“A short history of the discovery of the dicrotic ocular pulse,” Inauguration lecture of the Faculty of Fundamental Problems of Technology, October 2016 (in Polish).

  1. Teaching Philosophy 
  2. The EDU Index
  3. Biomedical Engineering Graduates 2012/2013
  4. Biomedical Engineering Graduates 2013/2014
  5. Biomedical Engineering and Optometry Graduates 2014/2015
  6. Biomedical Engineering, Maths and Optometry Graduates 2015/2016
  7. Biomedical Engineering, Biomechanical Engineering and Optometry Graduates 2016/2017
  8. Biomedical Engineering, Mathematics and Optometry Graduates 2017/2018 and 2018/2019

Students’ success stories

hsvHanna Nowicka. Hanna received a Bachelor degree in Biomedical Engineering at Wroclaw University of Science and Technology in 2015. Her thesis topic was “Potential of the longitudinal vibrations in the human eye.” During her undergraduate years she committed herself to research spending considerable amount of time at Queensland Brain Institute, Brisbane, Australia (2012-2013), HZDR, Dresden, Germany (2013), and at EPFL in the Medical Image Processing lab, Switzerland (2014). She is currently a PhD student at the University of Oxford.

You can read more about her research journey (in Polish) at Pryzmat

hsvIzabela Garaszczuk. Iza received a Bachelor degree in Technical Physics and a Masters degree in optometry, both at Wroclaw University of Science and Technology in 2013 and 2015, respectively. Her Master thesis’ topic was “Measuring tear film turnover with profilometry and optical coherence tomography.” For that work Iza has won the CooperVision 2016 FORCE Student of the Year award. She has completed her PhD studies in 2018 and has been awarded in 2019 the European Joint Doctorate (University of Valencia and Wroclaw University of Science and Technology).

You can read more about her success story (in Polish) at Pryzmat and pages 56 and 57 of Optyka magazine.