Projects Department


Tasks of the Projects Department primarily include the activities related to internal sources of financing and projects, with the exception of these projects which are supervised by the Science and Research Projects Department and International Relations Department, in particular:

  • procuring, collecting and transferring the information regarding internal sources of financing,
  • coordinating preliminary works and counselling related to drawing up applications for financing projects,
  • implementation of projects, counselling regarding implementation of projects and cooperation with financing institutions,
  • collecting and storing the originals of the contracts for financing a project as well as annexes altering these contracts,
  • supporting project managers and project teams in ongoing implementation of projects.
  • Contact us

    Head of the Department
    Agnieszka Skrycka, MA
    phone: +48 91 444 11 42

    Magda Jania, MA
    phone: +48 91 444 11 42

    Edyta Kowalczyk-Łuc, MA
    phone: +48 91 444 14 28

    Tomasz Makowski, MA
    phone: +48 91 444 11 47

    Monika Małyszko, MA
    phone: +48 91 444 11 47

    Olga Tunkiewicz, MA
    phone: +48 91 444 11 42

    Eliza Wancerz, MA
    phone: +48 91 444 10 06

    Joanna Wieczorek, MA
    phone: +48 91 444 10 91

      EU funded projects

  • BalticMuseums: Love IT!

    New brand of gamified tourist products for sustainable development of natural and cultural heritage tourist destinations.

  • Center for Molecular Biology and Biotechnology

    The project covers establishing infrastructure for realization of the tasks of the Center for Molecular Biology and Biotechnology: establishing functional and research infrastructure.
    The Laboratory of Molecular Biology with the Cytogenetics and Protoemics Laboratory as well as the Laboratory of Environmental Research with a collection of plants and seed stores in Małkocin operate within the framework of the Center of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology.

    The Center consist of:
    – the Laboratory of Molecular Biology with the Cytogenetics and Protoemics Laboratory
    – the Laboratory of Environmental Research in Małkocin,
    – research groups of the Institute of Biology: Department of Hydrobiology, Department of Physiology and Biochemistry (the research team engaged in studies of therapeutic potential of plants), molecular biology research team, infective and molecular biology and immunology research team,
    – Institute of Marine and Environmental Sciences: the geobotany team, the ecology and nature preservation team, the invertebrate zoology and the limnology team,
    and individually operating scientists of the Institute of Biology of the University of Szczecin.

    The Center of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology presents the opportunity for engaging in wide-reaching actions in the molecular biology and biotechnology industries and thus influences scientific development and improves level of education. An important aspect of the project is developing an environment for realization of high-level innovative projects. The cooperation established with the breeding and seed cultivating companies as well as agricultural companies will increase innovativeness in the region.

  • Framework for Gamified Programming Education

    The primary objective of the project is to provide a framework for application of gamification to programming education, including the necessary specifications (of the gamification scheme and the exercise definition format), collection of gamified exercises (for popular programming languages) and software (a toolset for editing the exercises and an interactive learning environment providing them to the students). The target group of the project are programming instructors and students learning programming (also self-teaching).

  • eLBRUS - Research and Development Laboratories

    The eLBRUS Research and Development Laboratories of the the University of Szczecin enable engaging in wide-reaching studies in the fields of physics of nuclear reactions, physics of medicine, optics, physics of polymers, solid-state physics,  spectroscopy of nuclear magnetic resonance, physics of materials as well as in innovative and high-level cross-disciplinary studies.

    Furthermore, establishing eLBRUS laboratories enabled developing new diagnostic and analytic technologies in the fields of:

    • application of nuclear technologies in materials science
    • search for new, alternative sources of energy
    • researching thermal properties of soft matter and animate matter
    • application of nanofluids technologies in medicine
    • new radiotherapeutic techniques for fighting against neoplastic diseases
    • modern laser technologies
    • optical examination of surface of objects
    • researching structure and dynamics of solid bodies
  • Centre for Human Structural and Functional Research

    Centre for Human Structural and Functional Research is one of the best equipped and cutting-edge units engaged in the scientific research in the field of physical culture, sport and sports medicine.

  • Herbarium Pomeranicum

    Integrated Virtual Herbarium of the Pomeranian Region – Herbarium Pomeranicum – digitization and sharing of the resources of herbaria of the academic units in the Pomeranian region by connecting herbaria and digital sharing.

    The strategic goal of the project is reinforcing digital foundation for development of the country through digitization and sharing resources of the Pomeranian herbaria on-line.

    Leader of the project – Pomeranian University in Słupsk, along with partner universities: the University of Gdańsk and the University of Szczecin, intends to digitize and share resources of the Pomeranian herbaria on-line.

    Owing to implementation of the project the costs of accessing resources of the herbaria will be lowered and the access to works of Polish researchers will improve. On-line sharing of the information regarding resources of herbaria with public services and entities engaged in managing natural resources is planned.

  • Natural Sciences Education and Research Center

    The Natural Sciences Education and Research Center of the University of Szczecin is utilized by students of the University of Szczecin in the following priority fields of study:

    • education within the framework of full-time short/long cycle studies in the priority fields of study: biology, biotechnology, geology, mathematics, physics, natural environment preservation and engineering and related fields of study,
    • education and research work within the framework of third cycle studies (postgraduate students).

    The Center also educates priority discipline students in the following fields of study: geography, land management, tourism and recreation.

    Practical classes within the framework of the following laboratories (4) and workshops (10) are provided on the premises: laboratory of genetics of monocelluar organisms, maritime biology laboratory, sedimentology laboratory, hydrochemistry laboratory, geochronology workshop, geological cartography workshop, microscopical workshop (biology), paleobiology workshop, computer workshop, microscopical workshop (geology), economic geology workshop, stratigraphy and regional geology workshop, engineering geology and geotechnical engineering workshop, fluorescence microscopy workshop.

  • The University of Szczecin - a leader of the future

    As the largest university in the Pomeranian region to meet expectations of our current and future students we dynamically expand the educative and technological capacity of the future-oriented units and faculties of the University of Szczecin.
    The actions planned within the framework of the project are aimed at improving educative potential of the University of Szczecin and creating a more attractive educational offer.  By investing in modern, cutting-edge equipment and additional remedial classes, education in the supported fields became more attractive for current and future students. Owing to significant aid of the Academic Careers Service of the University of Szczecin students and graduates of the university will fit in perfectly with the labour market and will be able to find employment consistent with their education.

    The primary beneficiary of all these changes is a student who can count on the high standard of the imparted knowledge as well as learning in excellently equipped specialist laboratories when beginning education at the University of Szczecin.

  • The new II degree specialities for social assistant occupation meet new challenges

    The main goal of the project is introducing three new specialities into the process of professional training in the field of II degree speciality – a social assistant: social assistance and mediation, organizing welfare services and a local community animator. The courses will be provided by Janusz Korczak Pedagogical University in Warsaw.
    The training course is intended for social assistants. Realization of the training courses for II degree speciality – a social assistant is realized on the basis of the provisions of the Social Welfare Act and ordinance of the Minister of Labour and Social Policy of 17th of April 2012 regarding the social assistant speciality.

  • The Oceanographic Data and Information System

    The Oceanographic Data and Information System project is aimed at activating and utilizing the potential of the oceanographic data which are collected during monitoring and research realized by partners of the project. Results of monitoring are catalogued in a consistent and well-structured data base which is publicly available.

    Integration and centralizing of the data shall replace the existing system which requires from clients to search through separate IT systems or to order individualized expert analyses.