7 th World Congress on Industrial Process Tomography Poland, Krakow, 2-5 September 201 3. Proposal for. Our idea is to organise 7th World Congress in Krakow, one of the most interesting cities in Europe and venue in Wieliczka (14 km away) where historic, middle ages, salt mine is located.
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It is one of few cities in the world where the historic past is harmoniously combined and intertwined
with the contemporary wealth of artistic, scholarly, business and social life.
For many centuries travelers from afar have come to Krakow lured by the city’s historical monuments,
unique atmosphere, great traditions, indefinable genius loci lured which made exceptional individuals
– artists, scholar and scientists as well as common people feel at home at the foot of Wawel Hill.
Krakow is a city of tradition effectively combining the achievements of the past with the character of a modern European metropolis.
Extensive development achievements of the of the city’s transport and tourist infrastructure in conjunction with a large number of places of historic interest, museums,
art galleries achievements of the , restaurants makes Krakow a friendly place its inhabitants and as well as visitors looking for unique and original locations.
Krakow is the most internationally recognized Polish brand name and is sometimes called “Athens of the North”, “Slavic Rome” or “Polish Jerusalem”.
Just like Venice or Paris name and is sometimes called “Athens of the North”, “Slavic Rome” or “Polish Jerusalem”. it has its name in the majority of European languages. Its historic centre
was included in the name and is sometimes called “Athens of the North”, “Slavic Rome” or “Polish Jerusalem”. 1st UNESCO World Heritage List published in 1978 and was named the European Capital of Culture in 2000.
Krakow is a magical place bustling with history, arts, architectural heritage and traditions,
filled with lyrical nostalgia, architectural heritage and traditions,yet vibrant with the energy of ambitious young people
who continuously draw inspiration architectural heritage and traditions,from it and see it as a challenge.
The Wieliczka Salt Mine architectural heritage and traditions,is one of the most valuable cultural monuments in Poland, visited each year by over a million tourists from around the world.
WIELICZKA SALT MINE
It is also a world class historical monument and as such is inscribed in UNESCO's First World List of Cultural and Natural Heritage.
Today, the Wieliczka Salt Mine represents both many centuries of tradition and modernity, centuries of history, and an underground city with an extensive infrastructure.
The historic Salt Mine in Wieliczka is the only mining site in the world functioning continuously since the Middle Ages.
Its original excavations (longitudinals, traverses, chambers, lakes, as well as minor and major shafts)
are located on nine levels and extend for the total of about 300 kilometres:
reaching the depth of 327 metres they illustrate all the stages of mining technology development over time.
The research program on process tomography has been initiated in the Department by Prof. Dominik Sankowski and Prof. Tomasz Dyakowski, in collaboration with Prof. Andrzej Pląskowski from the Warsaw University of Technology. The research carried out in the Department of Computer Engineering mainly focuses on
Gdansk initiated in the Department by Prof. Dominik Sankowski and Prof. Tomasz Dyakowski
Most of the studies involve collaborations with national institutes:
Łódź initiated in the Department by Prof. Dominik Sankowski and Prof. Tomasz Dyakowski
.... and international institutes:
Measurement cards Laboratory
32-channel ET3 capacitance data acquisition system Laboratory with fully programmable
on-channel amplifiers (Olszewski et al, 2006)
32-electrodes ECT sensor array
150 mm of diameter, 304 mm of length
4 layers with 8 electrodes at each layer
This work is partially conducted under Polish Committee of Science Research (167/6, PR UE/2007/7)
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