On 28 June, we hosted a meeting of the Committee on Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering of the Polish Academy of Sciences, chaired by Prof Adam Liebert since 2020. The Committee, established in 1972, aims to consolidate the scientific community in the field of biocybernetics and biomedical engineering and to coordinate activities to ensure the comprehensive development of this discipline in Poland.
The committee members, who attended the meeting, are a substantive representation of the national scientific community and the biomedical engineering industry.
It was no coincidence that the meeting took place at our Centre – one of the items on the agenda was a presentation of the research potential and ambitions of the EHTIC, which was given by the Centre’s Director, Prof. Marek Gzik. After a brief introduction, the guests had the opportunity to visit selected laboratories and learn more about the world-class research equipment stored there and the scientific work carried out in the fields of bioinformatics, biomaterials, biomechatronics and bioelectronics.
Our guests seemed to be very impressed by the technological capabilities of EHTIC!