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Łukasiewicz Research Network

Łukasiewicz Research Network is a unique project of great commercial potential.

We are an integrated market player providing attractive, comprehensive and competitive business solutions in the fields of automation, chemicals, biomedicine, ICT, materials, and advanced manufacturing. With 8,000 staff and 28 research institutes located in 12 cities across Poland, we are the third largest research network in Europe.

We are that part of the scientific community who work to promote business and support the development of Polish companies. Operating in line with the Science is Business model, we network with business owners and offer solutions designed to help them enhance business operations and build game-changing technologies.

Łukasiewicz is a realisation of Poland’s aspiration to work with European and global leaders. With the Łukasiewicz network, we have taken research to an entirely new, global level, increasing the chances of our Clients to secure international grants and acquire foreign business partners.

We are working within Research Groups made of specialists and experts from across our institutes. The Groups’ objectives are to work out the project portfolio, exchange of experience and networking. We invite you to learn more about each of Łukasiewicz Research Group’s projects.

Łukasiewicz — Poznań Institute of Technology

Łukasiewicz - Poznań Institute of Technology - the second largest Łukasiewicz Institute in Poland, has been operating from January 1, 2022.

Łukasiewicz — Poznań Institute of Technology combines all areas that so far have been represented by: Łukasiewicz - Institute of Logistics and Warehousing, Łukasiewicz - Wood Technology Institute, Łukasiewicz - Industrial Institute of Agricultural Engineering, Łukasiewicz - Metal Forming Institute, Łukasiewicz - Rail Vehicles Institute „TABOR”. The research centers of the new institute operate in areas of wood technology, metal forming, rail vehicles, agricultural and food technology, logistics and information technologies.

The merger of the five institutes into one extends the research and commercialization potential as well as it enables more effective competition for customers and international R&D projects.

As a result of the merger, new interdisciplinary research directions are created, which facilitates, among others, in acquiring international grants and foreign business partners for projects with a high degree of innovation.