The Operating Systems Laboratory is designed to provide students with practical knowledge and experience of system programming, including programming the core of the operating system.

The courses prepare students for research work. A unique feature of the laboratory is the close and ongoing cooperation of the scientific staff with the students, which guarantees high efficiency of the work, as well as an exceptionally favourable atmosphere for scientific development.

The laboratory is equipped with biometric hardware and software, in particular commercial devices that form the basis of many advanced biometric access control systems worldwide.

In the basics of automatic control laboratory, the main classes are taught in the Basic Automatic Control and Programmable Controllers subjects.

Institute of Control and Computation Engineering conducts scientific research and teaching in the field of automation and robotics and also computer science. More...

DCS process simulation SCADA prediction advanced control model predictive control industrial networks industrial process control systems control of complex systems programmable logic controllers robotic system architectures manipulator kinematics robot navigation machine perception neural networks voice recognition impedance control position-force control visual servoing distributed systems operational research data bases network security big data biometrics IoT software engineering software modelling parallel programming distributed programming cloud computing software quality assessment optimisation scheduling scheduling allocation of resources computer networks microprocessor systems operating systems real-time operating systems embedded systems machine learning image recognition robot programming decision support
Address of Institute

Institute of Control and Computation Engineering
Nowowiejska 15/19
00-665 Warsaw, Poland

Main Office, room 521

tel.: 22 825 09 95, 22 234 73 97
faks: 22 825 37 19

Students Office, room 518

tel.: 22 234 77 50
Office hours for students: 11-13