Faculty of Mechanical Engineering:

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

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We were deeply saddened to hear about the death of

Professor Arkadiy I. Manevich

Professor of the Oles Honchar Dnipro National University, Ukraine, the great friend of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of Lodz University of Technology. From 1991, Professor Manevich was the member of the Scientific Committees of the Stability of Structure Symposia and in the years 1998-2018 member of the Editorial Committee of Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering journal. As part of our direct and close cooperation, many joint works were created and published, there were many mutual visits and participation in numerous conferences.


Professor Manevich was a world-known scientist in the field of theoretical and applied mechanics, tutor of many generations of mechanics. He enjoyed unquestionable authority, trust and kindness. He has been permanently engraved in our kind and respectful memories. We are deeply sorry to have lost Prof. Arkady Manevich, a great man, scientist, academic teacher and youth educator. We express our deepest sympathy to the closest family and his colleagues.


The Dean

and academic staff

of the Mechanical Faculty of Lodz University of Technology








        The Lodz University of Technology with the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering was founded by the state decree of 24 May 1945.

Sixteen professors took part in the first  meeting of the Mechanical Faculty Council.

At present the Faculty staff consists of over 200 academics, including 25 professors and 30 associate professors.


The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering is divided into the following units (institutes and departments):
- Institute of Materials Science and Engineering ;
- Institute of Machine Tools and Production Engineering;
- Institute of Turbomachinery;
- Department of Strength of Materials;
- Department of Dynamics Machines;
- Department of Production Engineering;
- Department of Automation, Biomechanics and Mechatronics;
- Department of Materials Engineering and Production Systems;
- Department of Vehicles and Fundamentals of Machine Design.



        Nowadays  the labour market is looking for well educated engineers, especially mechanical engineers.

The Faculty contributed substantially to the development of the technical education offering the newest European systems of study.

The Mechanical Faculty  are offered Bachelor, Master and Doctoral studies About fourteen thousands engineers were graduated till now.

The studies are carried out in accordance with Bologna system.

The Faculty Mechanical Engineering offers studies in the following fields:
- Mechanical Engineering;
- Materials Engineering;
- Automatic Control and Robotics;
- Production Engineering;
- Power Engineering;
- Transport;
- Mechatronics;
- Space Engineering.