Military University of Aviation, Poland
Lublin University of Technology
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Production Engineering Lublin, Poland
The State School of Higher Education in Chełm, Poland
The session is devoted to measurements of aerodynamic load and flow visualization by means of experimental flight tests and wind tunnels. The works that discuss the use of flight control systems in new aircraft and describe results of research and tests are also welcome.
Dr Zbigniew Czyż is a staff member of the Aeronautics Faculty at the Military University of Aviation (science 2018) where he holds the position of assistant professor and of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the Lublin University of Technology (since 2013) where he works as a scientist in research projects. He graduated with a specialization in the construction and exploitation of aircraft propulsion systems. He is the author of 46 reviewed papers and scientific publications, editor of 11 monographs and author of 10 chapters of monograph. He co-authored 4 patents and 16 patent applications. Two of them were awarded by international organizations, e.g. gold medal at the International Exhibition of Inventions in Geneva in 2016, gold medal at the 10th International Warsaw Exhibition of Inventions IWIS 2016, special award from the First Institute of Researchers and Inventors (Iran) at the 44th International Exhibition of Inventions "Geneva Inventions", gold medal granted by the Chinese Innovation & Invention Society (Taiwan) and silver medal granted by Association of Polish Inventors and Rationalisers during the International Warsaw Inventions Exhibition – IWIS 2013. A supervisor or auxiliary supervisor of engineering diplomas and master theses. He is the author of various expert opinions concerning innovations for industry. He holds certificates related to the CAD and CAE software. He is also a member of scientific committees and scientific conference organizing committees (International Conference of Computational Methods in Engineering Science). He is also a reviewer for scientific journals (Advances in Science and Technology Research Journal, Transactions of the Institute of Aviation, Journal of Technology and Exploitation in Mechanical Engineering). Worker in many projects in the field of aviation propulsion systems and fluid mechanics. His main area of research involves computational fluid dynamics, heat transfer and aerodynamics. The research is aimed at the practical application and cooperation between science and enterprises.
Prof. Jerzy Józwik is a Head of Department of Production Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Lublin University of Technology and staff member of The State School of Higher Education in Chełm, where he holds the positions of Deputy Director of the Institute of Technical Studies and Aviation and Head of the Engineering Studies Centre. He is a member of numerous scientific societies including the Lublin Scientific Society, the Polish Society of Engineers and Mechanics, the Polish Society of Production Management, and the Polish Welding Society, where, since 2015, he has held the position of Chairman of the Scientific and Technical Section of the Polish Welding Society, Lublin Branch. In 2020 he was honoured with the Medal of the National Education Commission (KEN Medal), awarded for special services to education and upbringing by the Polish Minister of National Education. In 2018 he was honoured with the Silver Cross of Merit and in 2011 Bronze Cross of Merit from the President of the Republic of Poland. He is also a member of various scientific committees and scientific conference organizing committees, both domestically and internationally. He is the author of over 220 reviewed papers and scientific publications, author of one monograph and co-author of two monographs, the editor of one monograph and a co-editor of two monographs. He co-authored two patents, two utility models and three patent applications, expert opinions concerning innovations for industry. He holds certificates related to the operation of machines and numerically controlled devices, CNC machine tools, robots, cutters, tool setting system operation, CNC machine tool diagnostic systems, microscopes, and optical tools utilized in reverse engineering and research. He is also a member of scientific committees and a reviewer for scientific jurnals (like: Measurement, Materials, ASTRJ - Advances in Science and Technology Research Journal, Journal Tehnički vjesnik – Technical Gazette) as well as a reviewer and member of the jury in a national competition for Best Master Thesis organized by Sandvik Coromant in Poland.
PhD. Eng. Dariusz Mika is an assistant professor at the Institute of Technical Sciences and Aviation at The State School of Higher Education in Chełm. His scientific interests are focused on vibroacoustic methods of machine diagnostics, geometric optimization methods, including: blind signal processing, independent component analysis, Lie group methods in optimization techniques, the use of mathematical methods in optimization techniques. For many years, he has been teaching general mechanics with the staff of pilotage and aviation mechanics students. He is the founder of the fluid mechanics laboratory at the Center for Engineering Studies in Depułtycze Królewskie. He developed a number of laboratory exercises used during his studies in the field of pilotage. He is the co-author of the academic textbook entitled "Fluid Mechanics Laboratory". During many years of teaching, he was a promoter and reviewer of many engineering works in the field of pilotage and aviation mechanics. He is a member of numerous scientific societies including the Lublin Scientific Society. He has received an individual rector's award many times. He is the author and co-author of 16 scientific publications in the field of blind signal processing and vibroacoustics.