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Wojciech Moczulski

Wojciech Moczulski studied mathematics at the University of Silesia in Katowice. In 1973, he started scientific work at the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice – first at the Interdepartmental Institute of Mechanics and Fundamentals of Machine Design, and then at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, where he has been a titular professor since 2003. His research concerns the applications of artificial intelligence, technical diagnostics of machines and processes, signal and image processing, sensor and vision systems and many others. Since 2003, he has been involved in the research and development of mobile robots, with particular emphasis in recent years on unmanned aerial vehicles. He promoted 15 doctoral students and was the author or co-author of over 300 publications. He participated and led numerous research projects, including those co-financed by the EU. Currently, he is the coordinator of the project “Long-endurance UAV for collecting air quality data with high spatial and temporal resolutions” (acronym LEADER) implemented under the “Applied Research” program implemented under the Norwegian Funds and the European Economic Area (EEA) Funds. Since 2007, he has been taking care of the AI-METH Student Scientific Circle for Applications of Artificial Intelligence – the leading student research club of the Silesian University of Technology. In the years 2007-2019 he was the assistant editor of the journal “Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence”. In 2013, he co-founded a spin-out company located on the campus of the Silesian University of Technology, initially under the name SkyTech Research sp.z o.o., currently under the name AuRoVT sp.z o.o. (Automation, Robotics and Virtual Teleportation). The current direction of research can be formulated as “robotic monitoring and diagnostics”. He is a member of the Silesian Aviation Cluster. Privately, he is a licensed pilot of tourist aircraft.


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