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The structure of the Faculty of Engineering Management is divided into 6 organizational units.



Chair of Production Engineering and Logistics

Head of Chair: State Professor Marek Fertsch, Ph.D., D.Sc., Eng.


The main research activities are focused on:


  • research and shaping organization and management systems;
  • research and improvement of design methods of organizational structures of production systems;
  • organization and adaptive management of ventures;
  • management of development of production enterprises;
  • entrepreneurship management;
  • methodology of region development;
  • venture management;
  • venture management;




Chair of Ergonomics and Quality Management

Head of Chair: State Professor Edwin Tytyk, Ph.D., D.Sc., Eng.


The main research activities are focused on:


  • methodology of research and practical applications of macroergonomics;
  • ergonomic diagnosis and (corrective and concept) design of production processes in technological manufacturing systems;
  • ergonomic diagnosis and (corrective and concept) design of machinery and technological devices;
  • safety engineering;
  • methods of estimation and occupational risk assessment at workstands;
  • methodology of shaping work and product quality level in machinery industry in the context of EN and ISO standards and TQM concept;
  • realization of exploitation processes of pro-quality systems in industry and service;
  • reengineering methods of business and production processes in enterprise;






Chair of Economic Sciences

Head of Chair: University Professor Marek Szczepański, Ph.D., D.Sc.


The main research activities are focused on:


  • problems of world economy;
  • transformation of system economy, region development and politics;
  • direct foreign investments;
  • financial markets, funding of business and financial management;
  • banking;
  • competitiveness in micro, macro and meso aspects;
  • partnership marketing;
  • small and medium enterprises;
  • clusters and network structures of firms;
  • risk management;
  • public procurements;
  • role of infrastructure in market economy;
  • public-private partnership;
  • applied econometrics;




Chair of Marketing and Economic Engineering

Head of Chair: State Professor Władysław Mantura, Ph.D., D.Sc., Eng.


The main research activities are focused on:


  • marketing theory and engineering;
  • financial and managerial accounting and controlling;
  • methodology of pro-qualitive and marketing enterprise management;
  • value management and intellectual capital management;
  • economic efficiency account;
  • qualitology and quality economics;
  • price management;
  • acceleration of technical knowledge;




Chair of Entrepreneurship and Business Communication

Head of Chair: State Professor Terese Łuczka, Ph.D., D.Sc.


The chair handles a multi-faceted research on SMEs and the wider entrepreneurship, methods of business communication and public procurement.


The main research activities are focused on:


  • management and organization of 24-hour care on the example of the social care homes in Greater Poland;
  • modernization of the management of public services;
  • regulatory modernization in the EU and Poland;
  • the European Social Model;
  • instruments supporting the development of Small and Medium Enterprises;
  • public support for entrepreneurs;
  • management of tourist services;
  • improving the public procurement system;
  • barriers and risks in the operation of small and medium-sized enterprises;
  • managing a small and medium enterprise in a crisis;
  • economic analysis in the process of managing a modern enterprise;
  • competitiveness and innovation of Poland and Polish enterprises against the background of developed countries;
  • business networks - clusters, strategic alliances and cooperative links;
  • cooperation of enterprises with public sector entities;
  • internet marketing and its role in managing an innovative enterprise;
  • human and social capital in creating innovative entrepreneurship;
  • communication in business in the activities of SMEs;
  • negotiation and negotiation techniques;
  • human resource management, competence profile design, building task teams;
  • ethics in business.





Chair of Management and Computing Systems

Head of Chair: State Professor Stefan Trzcieliński, Ph.D., D.Sc., Eng.


The main research activities are focused on:


  • enterprises strategy;
  • business planning;
  • budget systems;
  • organizational structures including process structures;
  • management information systems;
  • computing systems supporting management;
  • lean management;
  • agile enterprise;
  • virtual enterprise;