Office: Akademicka 5, 44-100 Gliwice, Poland
Head of Department:
Vice-Head of Department:
- Dr hab. inż. Tomasz KRYKOWSKI, prof. PŚ
Research and teaching staff:
- Mgr inż. Monika CYBULSKA
- Mgr inż. Marcin JASIŃSKI
- Mgr inż. Michał PITAS
- Mgr inż. Tomasz PŁASZCZYK
- Mgr inż. Łukasz RDUCH
- Mgr inż. Faustyn RECHA
- Mgr inż. Monika SIWEK
- Mgr inż. Mateusz SMOLANA
- Mgr inż. Bartosz WÓJCIK
- Mgr inż. Mateusz ŻARSKI
- Advanced Computer Science Tools in Civil Engineering
- Applied Mathematics
- Bridges to Future
- Building urban, industrial and communication constructions
- Computer methods in theory from structutes
- Drawing and geometry
- Descriptive geometry and technical drawing
- Communication engineering objects
- Mechanics of Materials
- Buliding mechanics
- Mechanics of materials and constructions
- Computer methods in the dynamics of bridges
- Computer methods in structural theory
- Models of ventures research
- Modeling of bridge structures
- Concrete bridges
- Steel bridges
- Modern technologies in bridge construction
- Public transport infrastructure facilities
- Basics of information technology
- Engineering project
- Design from bridges
- Diploma seminar
- Diploma seminar of engineering project
- Special issues of bridge engineering
- Statistics for Engineers
- Structural statics for architects
- Statistics for engineers
- Structural Mechanics
- Artificial intelligence in engineering issues
- Urban, Industrial and Transportation Structures
- Lecture from a chosen subject area
- Thematic lectures at third degree studies
- Execution of bridges
- Strength of materials
- Protection of bridge structures in mining areas
- Non-linear issues of structural theory and their numerical analysis, including:
- Statics of structures in mining areas.
- Dynamics of the structure, among others on mining areas.
- The impact of wind on structures of unusual shape.
- Cooperation of the structure with the ground.
- Topological optimization.
- Analysis of shell and membrane structures.
- Reinforcing wall structures with FRP mats.
- Numerical modeling of heat exchange problems.
- Reverse heat conduction problems.
- Tasks in the field of dynamic behavior of modern, lightweight bridge constructions and under the action of loads with special dynamics or at high speeds.
- Research on the impact of modern technologies on the load-bearing capacity and durability of structures.
- Building information management systems (BIM).
- Stochastic dynamics of discrete systems.
- Analysis of static and dynamic systems with uncertain parameters in the probabilistic and fuzzy approach.
- Interval analysis in structure theory, including MES and MEB analysis.
- Probabilistic and fuzzy methods in the analysis of structural reliability.
- The boundary problems of the theory of elasticity and thermoelasticity.
- Modeling of composite systems, systems with microstructure, especially periodic.
- Analysis of structures and bridges at risk and affected by mining exploitation - dynamic and static influences,
- Analysis of complex structures subjected to wind loads,
- Traffic and safety analysis in water slides,
- Performing inventory, assessments of technical condition and determining the bearing capacity of objects, including non-destructive location of reinforcement and assessment of concrete strength.
- Kingston University, London, Wielka Brytania.
- Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Słowacja.
- Columbia University, New York, USA.
- Wolfram Research, Champaign-Urbana, USA.
About the Chair:
The Chair continues the traditions, scientific and didactic activities of many institutes, chairs and departments that existed at the Faculty of Civil Engineering and related ones, including established with the University of Technology in 1945, Chair of Structural Mechanics, Chair of Mechanics and Strength of Materials and the Chair of Bridges Construction, and the founded later Institute of Dynamic Systems and the Institute of Theoretical Mechanics. During the more than 70 years of existence of the Silesian University of Technology, these units underwent numerous transformations so that in 2017 the existing the Chair of Construction Structures Theory with the symbol RB5 and the Chair of Mechanics and Bridges with the symbol RB8 were combined into one with the first symbol and the second name. The established Chair combines the power of the most important building tools such as building sciences such as, for example, building mechanics with their practical application to create building and engineering structures, in particular the most spectacular works of builders such as bridges and shell structures.