Lodz University of Technology

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Lodz University of Technology
Politechnika Łódzka
Rektorat Politechnika L.jpg
The Rector's Office of Lodz University of Technology
Former names
Technical University of Lodz
Established 1945 (1945)
Type Public
Rector Stanisław Bielecki
Students 20 078
Location Łódź, Poland
Website www.p.lodz.pl/en/

Lodz University of Technology (TUL) was created in 1945 and has developed into one of the biggest technical universities in Poland. Originally located in an old factory building, today covering nearly 200,000 sq. meters in over 70 separate buildings, the majority of them situated in the main University area. Approximately 21,000 students are currently studying at the University. The educational and scientific tasks of the University are carried out by about 3,000 staff members.


  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical, Electronic, Computer and Control Engineering
  • Chemistry
  • Material Technologies and Textile Design
  • Biotechnology and Food Sciences
  • Civil Engineering, Architecture and Environmental Engineering
  • Technical Physics, Computer Science and Applied Mathematics
  • Organisation and Management
  • Process and Environmental Engineering

Other Units[edit]


  1. Bohdan Stefanowski (1945–1948)
  2. Osman Achmatowicz (1948–1952)
  3. Bolesław Konorski (1952–1953)
  4. Mieczysław Klimek (1953–1962)
  5. Jerzy Werner (1962–1968)
  6. Mieczysław Serwiński (1968–1975)
  7. Edward Galas (1975–1981)
  8. Jerzy Kroh (1981–1987)
  9. Czesław Strumiłło (1987–1990)
  10. Jan Krysiński (1990–1996)
  11. Józef Mayer (1996–2002)
  12. Jan Krysiński (2002–2008)
  13. Stanisław Bielecki (2008–)

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Coordinates: 51°45′11″N 19°27′00″E / 51.75306°N 19.45000°E / 51.75306; 19.45000