On the 14th October 2014 at 14 o’clock in Dean’s office of Electro technical, Electronic, Informatics and Automation Department of Technical University of Lodz, the agreement of partnership was signed between Transition Technologies S.A. and Electro technical, Electronic, Informatics and Automation Department of Technical University of Lodz. 

The agreement was signed by: Prof. Konrad Świrski, Dr. Sc. at Warsaw University of Technology, President of Transition Technologies and Prof. Sławomir Hausman Dr. Sc. Dean of the Faculty at Technical University of Lodz. There were representatives of both parties: Weronika Wemberger Communication and PR Coordinator, Urszula Kwiatkowska Head Office Coordinator and Deputy Dean of Faculty Adam Pelikant. The cooperation between Transition Technologies and Technical University of Lodz has its long tradition. The Company operates actively within the framework of the ICT Central Poland Cluster, and cooperates with the Faculty to adjust scholar program to business demands.

Within the Lodz consortium of IT Companies, together with a key role of Electro technical, Electronic, Informatics and Automation Department, we co-organize an original competence IT specialist test on a national scale.

EEIA Department is the biggest organizational unit of Technical University of Lodz, educating graduates on various fields. The graduates from the university are the main personnel of the enterprises in Lodz district, often working at different management positions, but mostly being a core of highly educated technical personnel. This Department consists of experts in science, research and didactic field, and guarantees that its scope of education corresponds to the region needs.

The agreement represents a framework; it is based on partnership and gives a chance to sign more detailed agreements related to parties’ partnership, mutual service or accomplishment of joined research, implementation and educational projects. The idea of further cooperation and ample opportunities that are about to come had been discusses. Both parties have agreed upon further talks related to strategic cooperation guidelines and more precise arrangements related to particular scientific, technical and didactic projects.