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Łukasiewicz’s competences focus on 4 basic areas of activity. Check which Łukasiewicz’s competences best suit your needs and tell us how we can help you.

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    Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR), regulates personal data processing. It also lays down the rules of personal data protection in order to safeguard the rights and freedoms of data subjects. We comply with the requirements stipulated by the GDPR, particularly those regarding the security and rights of data subjects.

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    We conduct research and R&D works in the following areas:

    — manufacturing of medical and medicinal products for the technology of generic and original (innovative) drugs. Our works include:

    • chemical synthesis of active substances;
    • preclinical studies with toxicology, bioavailability and bioequivalence;
    • development of a technology for the production of a drug form and analytical research;
    • marketing authorisation;
    • and all stages of the development of a medical device and apparatus:
    • designing, prototyping and manufacturing medical devices;
    • signal processing;
    • testing safety and preparing the required technical documentation.

    Sustainable Economy and Energy

    The subject of the work includes research in the following areas:

    • bioeconomy and material recovery, i.e. Circular Economy
    • development of technologies for obtaining raw materials, solid waste and wastewater treatment,
    •  eco-design of processes and products in the pulp and paper and packaging industries
    • production of composite and biodegradable materials, nanotechnology for renewable energy and for the transformation, storage and rationalization of energy management.
    • power security
    • prosumer power energy
    • energy from waste and alternative fuels
    • technology for photovoltaic devices.

    Smart Mobility

    The group’s activity focuses on technologies related to:

    • the design, manufacture, production, characterization and use of logistics infrastructure and vehicles
    • electromobility and pro-ecological design solutions in means of transport
    • materials with extended functionality
    • robotics and control systems,
    • machines used in agriculture, aviation and space technologies.
    • technology for energy storage, processing and recovery, including research on hydrogen cells, fuel cells, supercapacitors as well as batteries and accumulators.
    • the design of transport, logistics and supply chain management systems, as well as modern warehousing and effective distribution networks
    • the development of diagnostic methods, process monitoring and optimization, sensor networks and standardization.

    Digital Transformation

    We conduct research and R&D works in the following areas:

    • automation and robotics, artificial intelligence and data science,
    • smart cities and sensor networks.
    • sensor networks,
    • physical, chemical and biosensors
    • materials, nanomaterials and functional composites with advanced physicochemical properties
    • personal, flexible and transparent electronics
    • intelligent packaging and textiles
    • photonics, in particular fibre optic materials and devices
    • electromagnetic radiation emitters and detectors
    • optoelectronic devices and systems
    • intelligent services for people and businesses, including e-government systems, electronic invoicing in public procurement, digital public services
    • cybersecurity