Warsaw University of Life Sciences, as a research partner of the STH, will ensure the sustainable development of the largest infrastructure investment in Poland. SGGW and STH have signed a cooperation agreement.
Currently, STH is the largest infrastructure investment in Poland. In order to implement it, the managing company develops its professional base by establishing cooperation with the best research and development centers in Poland. Warsaw University of Life Sciences, a leading university of life sciences that conducts research in a wide range of topics, and educates students in various fields is such an institution.
“STH is built based on sustainable development principles. The cooperation with SGGW will help us implement it properly. The areas of expected potential include: hydrology, nature protection and environmental impact, passive building, landscape and interior architecture”, said Mikołaj Wild, president of the STH company.
The scope of cooperation between the STH and SGGW includes joint R & D projects, implementation of different research works for the needs of STH project, and organization of dedicated master’s and postgraduate study courses by our university. Our students will be offered to have their traineeships at the STH, in turn the company will get a possibility to order the topics of the term and diploma papers. Another important element of the agreement will be the transfer of knowledge between SGGW and the company, including consulting and projects’ development by our scientists.
“It is really important for us to care about the level of education, therefore our study programs are constantly updated and adapted to the needs of the economy and the labor market. Thanks to the cooperation with the STH company, we will acquire a prospective employer, and STH will get access to an important research center and staff preparation. Our modern R & D centers and the presence of outstanding experts allow us to educate and conduct world-leading research and transfer the results to the economy”, said Prof. dr hab. Michał Zasada, Rector of SGGW.
SGGW was also represented by prof. dr hab. Kazimierz Tomala, Vice-Rector for Development, and Andrzej Szmalc, Rector’s Plenipotentiary for Cooperation with Business, the head of the Office for Structural Projects and Technology Transfer, and InnoTech4Life President of the Management Board.