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  • Aquaponics Based Artificial Biosphere Included in Architecture: From Mitigation of Negative Impacts to Positive Added Values of Urban Spatial Structures on Local, Regional and Global Scale

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    - Year 2015

    Technologies may appear faster than spatial planning can afford it. Alt hough applying new technologies solve particular problems, it may also create new ones. Many negative consequences of implementing new technologies are visible a fter years or decades – they accumulate until the need of solving them. According to The Hannover Principles (McDonough & Braungart 2013) one should, by example not think about...

  • Karolina Zielińska-Dąbkowska dr inż. arch.

    Karolina M. Zielinska-Dabkowska, Ph.D., Eng. Arch., M. Arch., is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Architecture of Gdańsk University of Technology (GUT). In 2002, she completed her studies of Architecture and Urban Planning at Gdańsk University of Technology (Gdańsk Tech) and in 2004, Architectural Engineering at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts (HAWK) in Hildesheim, Germany. After graduation, she worked for several...

  • Jan Cudzik dr inż. arch.

    Jan Cudzik (Ph.D. Eng. Arch.) is an assistant professor at the Department of Urban Architecture and Waterside Spaces at the Faculty of Architecture of the Gdańsk University of Technology and the head of the Laboratory of Digital Technologies and Materials of the Future. He is researching kinematic architecture, digital techniques in architectural design, digital fabrication, and forms of artificial intelligence in architecture...

  • Deep Learning Basics 2023/24

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    • K. Draszawka

    A course about the basics of deep learning intended for students of Computer Science. It includes an introduction to supervised machine learning, the architecture of basic artificial neural networks and their training algorithms, as well as more advanced architectures (convolutional networks, recurrent networks, transformers) and regularization and optimization techniques.

  • Michał Czubenko dr inż.

    Michał Czubenko is a distinguished 2009 graduate of the Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications, and Informatics at Gdańsk University of Technology, specializing in the discipline of automatic control and robotics. Currently, he serves as an adjunct in the Department of Robotics and Decision Systems at the same institution. In 2012, he embarked on a three-month internship at Kingston University London, broadening his horizons...

  • Architecture Civil Engineering Environment

    Journals

    ISSN: 1899-0142

  • Inteligentne systemy agentowe w systemach zdalnego nauczania

    W pracy omówiono inteligentne systemy agentowe w systemach zdalnego nauczania. Po krótkim przedstawieniu ewolucji systemów zdalnego nauczania i ich wybranych zastosowań, scharakteryzowano inteligentne agenty edukacyjne. Omówiono wykorzystanie programowania genetycznego oraz algorytmów neuro-ewolucyjnych do implementacji oprogramowania tej klasy. Ponadto, nawiązano do modelu Map-Reduce, który efektywnie wspiera architekturę nowoczesnego...

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  • Case Study NEB Atlas / part II - Autodesk Forma analysis / Garnizon district in Gdansk, Poland

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    The data present the results of the work on the analysis of modern settlements. The goal of this part of the research was to analyze housing estates already in place in various European cities. Analyses were performed in real time using artificial intelligence, and responses were searched for sun hours, daylight potential, noise, wind, and microclimate....

  • Case Study NEB Atlas / part II - Autodesk Forma analysis / Seestadt Aspern, Vienna, Austria

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    The data present the results of the work on the analysis of modern settlements. The goal of this part of the research was to analyze housing estates already in place in various European cities. Analyses were performed in real time using artificial intelligence, and responses were searched for sun hours, daylight potential, noise, wind, and microclimate....

  • Case Study NEB Atlas / part II - Autodesk Forma analysis / Västra Hamnen, Malmö, Sweden.

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    The data present the results of the work on the analysis of modern settlements. The goal of this part of the research was to analyze housing estates already in place in various European cities. Analyses were performed in real time using artificial intelligence, and responses were searched for sun hours, daylight potential, noise, wind, and microclimate....

  • Case Study NEB Atlas / part II - Autodesk Forma analysis / Hammarby-Sjöstad, Stockholm, Sweden.

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    The data present the results of the work on the analysis of modern settlements. The goal of this part of the research was to analyze housing estates already in place in various European cities. Analyses were performed in real time using artificial intelligence, and responses were searched for sun hours, daylight potential, noise, wind, and microclimate....

  • Case Study NEB Atlas / part II - Autodesk Forma analysis / Pilestredet Park, Oslo, Norway.

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    The data present the results of the work on the analysis of modern settlements. The goal of this part of the research was to analyze housing estates already in place in various European cities. Analyses were performed in real time using artificial intelligence, and responses were searched for sun hours, daylight potential, noise, wind, and microclimate....

  • Case Study NEB Atlas / part II - Autodesk Forma analysis / King’s Cross, London, UK.

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    The data present the results of the work on the analysis of modern settlements. The goal of this part of the research was to analyze housing estates already in place in various European cities. Analyses were performed in real time using artificial intelligence, and responses were searched for sun hours, daylight potential, noise, wind, and microclimate....

  • Case Study NEB Atlas / part II - Autodesk Forma analysis / Oceanhamnen, Helsingborg, Sweden

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    The data present the results of the work on the analysis of modern settlements. The goal of this part of the research was to analyze housing estates already in place in various European cities. Analyses were performed in real time using artificial intelligence, and responses were searched for sun hours, daylight potential, noise, wind, and microclimate....

  • Case Study NEB Atlas / part II - Autodesk Forma analysis / La Courrouze district in Rennes, France

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    The data present the results of the work on the analysis of modern settlements. The goal of this part of the research was to analyze housing estates already in place in various European cities. Analyses were performed in real time using artificial intelligence, and responses were searched for sun hours, daylight potential, noise, wind, and microclimate....

  • Architektura i woda - przekraczanie granic

    Publication

    - Year 2013

    Publikacja daje wgląd w procesy kształtowania połączeń wody i form zbudowanych. W obserwowanych współcześnie eksperymentach struktury budynków przeplatają się z zarysami pól wodnych, powstają konstrukcje architektoniczne unoszące się na różnego rodzaju platformach pływających. Woda jest także coraz częściej włączana w projekty urbanistyczne. Linie styku pomiędzy lądem i wodą ulegają modyfikacjom, przywraca się dawne kanały i tworzy...

  • Artificial Intelligence

    e-Learning Courses
    • J. Dembski
    • M. Smiatacz

  • Artificial intelligence

    e-Learning Courses
    • J. Dembski
    • M. Smiatacz

  • Sound Art and Architecture: New Horizons for Architecture and Urbanism

    The article discusses the crossroad between art and architecture. It sketches out the theoretical and practical aspects of involving art into architecture and multisensory dimensions of space. The analysis is based on examples of innovative experimental activities for architecture: educational projects such as workshops, seminars and courses, combining art and architecture, with special emphasis on sound art, and the consequences...

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  • Ireneusz Czarnowski Prof.

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    IRENEUSZ CZARNOWSKI is a graduate of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at Gdynia Maritime University. He gained a doctoral degree in the field of computer science at Poznan University of Technology and a postdoctoral degree in the field of computer science at Wroclaw University of Science and Technology. Since 1998 is associated with Gdynia Maritime University, currently is a professor of computer science in the Department...

  • Musical inspiration in contemporary architecture - to build a music and to hear an architecture

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    - Year 2009

    The goal of this research is chosen from a wide range of subjects within two fields of knowledge on the crossroads between music and architecture There are many designs in modern contemporary architecture that would illustrate the relationship between music and architecture, mainly through musical inspiration. The article shows contemporary musical and architectural discussion that cross over from the theoretical to the practical...

  • Can architecture be 11-dimensional? The nature of space in the architecture of the digital world era

    This research aims to explore the development of architectural theories about ‘architectural dimensions’ and look at architecture as a multidimensional space. It is important to understand that with today's development of virtual reality technology and through the combination of theories of physics and architecture, a new possibility of creating space has emerged. The arguments are made through inductive reasoning and grounded...

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  • Olgun Aydin dr

    Olgun Aydin finished his PhD by publishing a thesis about Deep Neural Networks. He works as a Principal Machine Learning Engineer in Nike, and works as Assistant Professor in Gdansk University of Technology in Poland. Dr. Aydin is part of editorial board of "Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Data Science" Dr. Aydin served as Vice-Chairman of Why R? Foundation and is member of Polish Artificial Intelligence Society. Olgun is...

  • Street Art and Architecture

    Publication

    - Year 2011

    The paper explores both the areas of conflict as well as agreement between architecture and Street Art. The conflict arises from the fact that urban environment has always been a background for street art, which unavoidably jeopardizes the conceptual integrity of the building understood as a work of architecture. However, there are strong interrelations between these two domains of human creativity. Both street art and architecture...

  • ARCHITECTURE IN BRANDING AND OVERBRANDING PROCESS. HOW GLOBALIZATION INFLUENCED ARCHITECTURE QUALITY.

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    - Year 2014

    Globalization is unification. In the field of architecture and in the social structure alike, the globalization leads to a blending of economies and cultures that produces uniformly branded public space as a response to universal assumptions of integration and correlation. While branding consists in creating a recognizable and outstanding image a strong contradiction exists between both of these approaches. As a result, regional...

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  • The relationship between architectural detail and light in contemporary architecture

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    The paper deals with the influence of modern artificial and natural lighting technology on contemporary architecture, especially in relation to architectural detail. Advanced complex lighting systems have an increasing importance in contemporary design solutions. Light itself, and the effect of its actions, and characteristic parts of the sophisticated lighting systems, play an essential role as independent architectural elements,...

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  • Sylwester Kaczmarek dr hab. inż.

    Sylwester Kaczmarek received his M.Sc in electronics engineering, Ph.D. and D.Sc. in switching and teletraffic science from the Gdansk University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland, in 1972, 1981 and 1994, respectively. His research interests include: IP QoS and GMPLS and SDN networks, switching, QoS routing, teletraffic, multimedia services and quality of services. Currently, his research is focused on developing and applicability...

  • Evaluating architecture students' knowledge of the history of architecture by tests and by drawings: a comparative analysis

    The methods of evaluating students’ knowledge in architectural education, and in particular in education on history of architecture, are specific in many respects. Apart from checking the general knowledge of history concerning chronology, artistic trends, styles, main objects and architects, it should also check students’ ability to analyse the historic architecture in a drawing form. Such a form of presenting architecture has...

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  • Lucyna Nyka prof. dr hab. inż. arch.

    Lucyna Nyka (Ph.D., D.Sc., Prof.) is a Professor at the Faculty of Architecture, Gdańsk University of Technology, in 2008-2016 a Vice-Dean for Research, and since 2016 – Dean of the Faculty of Architecture.    Her research interests focus on issues concerning water-related architecture and urban landscapes. She is the author and co-author of many projects focused on urban renewal. She was an author of the EU-founded (Audiovisual...

  • Games and play with light in architecture

    The paper deals with the issue of the influence of daylight on the creation of architecture in the view of designers` play with light in the architectural space. Using the examples of contemporary realizations of some art museums, the work demonstrates the impact of exploration and experimentation conducted by the creators of visual arts on the design styles and architectural solutions. It also reveals the historical continuity...

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  • THE ARCHİTECTURE AND FASHİON DESİGN – An Examination of the Relationship between Fashion and Architecture Design in light of Technological Advancements

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    - Year 2016

    The article focuses on the mutual relationship between two seemingly distant fields of art - architecture and fashion design. It describes a common basis for the process of creating art in the approach to both fashion and architecture. The following considerations, which are based on principles of composition, attempt to reach beyond just the form and analyze also context or perception. The article quotes famous creators and depicts...

  • The origins of the brick architecture in Pomerania

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    - Year 2016

    Traditionally, brick is one of the most popular building materials on the southern coast of the Baltic Sea. Although the origins of brick architecture have been the subject of numerous research studies, their results were focused on the Kingdom of Denmark, merchant-towns and the State of the Teutonic Order. Most scholars claimed that Pomeranian architecture had not been as developed as that in the neighbouring countries. Moreover,...

  • Anonymity Architecture for Mobile Agent Systems

    Publication

    - Year 2007

    The paper presents a new security architecture for MAS, which supports anonymity of agent owners. The architecture is composed of two main elements: Module I: Untraceability Protocol Infrastructure and Module II: Additional Untraceability Support. Module I is based on the recently proposed untraceability protocol for MAS and it forms the core of the anonymity architecture, which can be supported by the ele- ments of the second...

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  • SIMULATION MODEL OF ASON/GMPLS ARCHITECTURE

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    Growing demands of information society concerned with sophisticated applications could be satisfied by ASON/GMPLS architecture comprehended as Automatically Switched Optical Network (ASON) with Generalized Multi-Protocol Label Switching (GMPLS). The ASON/GMPLS proposition represents the future direction of Next Generation Network (NGN) architecture. Therefore considerable work has to be done to examine this solution. In this aspect...

  • Theory of Rural Architecture - EXAM

    e-Learning Courses
    • P. Duch-Żebrowska

    The series of lectures touching upon the history of rural architecture and regarding the composition of landscape designs. The lectures were designed to give students of architecture the tools to work with the nature and strengthen the presence of green spaces in their future designs. The exam is prepared to check what skills and competencies have been gained during the course.  

  • L23_24 Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare

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    • J. Rumiński

  • Experimental Testbed of ASON/GMPLS architecture

    The paper presents the ASON/GMPLS architecture realized in the Department of Teleinformation Networks at Gdansk University of Technology based on the FSP 3000R7 ADVA Optical Networking platform. The FSP 3000R7 is a high-performance WDM networking system with GMPLS control plane for bidirectional transmission of optical signals. The system uses a modular structure which enables a flexible upgrade of capacity and functionality. The...

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  • ARC Lighting In Architecture

    Journals

    ISSN: 1753-5875

  • Design and implementation of GEPON architecture in laboratory testbed

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    This paper presents a proposition of GEPON architecture for the didactic purpose. The GEPON architecture is implemented in access networks laboratory testbed. The paper includes a brief description of GEPON standardization, a description of laboratory GEPON equipment architecture and a short presentation of proposed laboratory exercises. The exemplary performance results are included.The proposition of GEPON architecture testbed...

  • Jakub Szczepański prof. dr hab. inż. arch.

    Jakub Szczepanski is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Architecture, Gdańsk University of Technology and since 2016 a Vice-Dean for Scientific Research. Architect, historian of architecture and monuments’ conservator. His research focused on the history of both Gdańsk and Baltric Sea cities’ architecture as well as monuments’ conservation and the contemporary problems of cities. Parallelly with the academic work on the GUT,...

  • Media architecture: participation through the senses

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    - Year 2012

    Pervasive media and interactive technologies have become inseparable not only from our everyday life but also from architecture and city spaces. However, the generic use of new technologies in the design process and material production that affects contemporary architecture, results in buildings that become mere visual objects losing their hapticity and non-visual qualities. Despite the substantial advancement in the research studies...

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  • Reasons for Implementing Movement in Kinetic Architecture

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    - Year 2017

    The paper gives insights into different forms of movement in contemporary architecture and examines them based on the reasons for their implementation. The main objective of the paper is to determine: the degree to which the complexity of kinematic architecture results from functional and spatial needs and what other motivations there are. The method adopted to investigate these questions involves theoretical studies and comparative analyses...

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  • Environmental degradation of titanium alloy in artificial saliva

    The titanium and its alloys are potentially prone to hydrogen embrittlement, including those proposed for dental implants. The research has been aimed to assess a susceptibility to environment-enhanced degradation of the Ti-13Zr-13Nb alloy in artificial saliva with or without hydrofluoric acid, subject or not to cathodic polarisation. The results have shown that even if artificial saliva is safe environment, both cathodic polarization...

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  • CONTEMPORARY APPROACH TOWARDS RESPONSIVE ARCHITECTURE

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    - Year 2018

    Constantly changing environment pressures every living for a change, and response becomes a basic reaction of any living form. Change is a natural reaction that enables survivor of all the species. However, in architecture, the responsive structure did not take important role until the twentieth century. During that time many concepts and building introduced kinematics into the discipline. In the late 50 and 60 of XX century, visionary...

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  • Ship Resistance Prediction with Artificial Neural Networks

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    - Year 2015

    The paper is dedicated to a new method of ship’s resistance prediction using Artificial Neural Network (ANN). In the initial stage selected ships parameters are prepared to be used as a training and validation sets. Next step is to verify several network structures and to determine parameters with the highest influence on the result resistance. Finally, other parameters expected to impact the resistance are proposed. The research utilizes...

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  • Uniqueness or uniformity - studies of media architecture

    A development of media architecture is presented in light of to such phenomena as aesthetization, consumerism and digitization. This article deals with media architecture in commercial spaces. Media solutions impact on the architectural skin, making it into visible and dynamic points of the image of a post-modern city. This article presents the specificity of media solutions, depending on the function of commercial activity buildings...

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  • An automatic selection of optimal recurrent neural network architecture for processes dynamics modelling purposes

    A problem related to the development of algorithms designed to find the structure of artificial neural network used for behavioural (black-box) modelling of selected dynamic processes has been addressed in this paper. The research has included four original proposals of algorithms dedicated to neural network architecture search. Algorithms have been based on well-known optimisation techniques such as evolutionary algorithms and...

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  • Contemporary Spaces of Memory - Towards Transdisciplinarity in Architecture

    The paper explores new phenomena in the contemporary practice of commemoration implemented through architecture. Architectural objects related to memory can be a place where new trends and phenomena appear earlier than in other architectural objects. The text is an attempt to prove that these new spaces of memory are a kind of laboratory where new ideas taking place in architecture and related disciplines are being tested. Research...

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  • Call and Connections Times in ASON/GMPLS Architecture

    It is assumed that demands of information soci- ety could be satisfied by architecture ASON/GMPLS comprehended as Automatically Switched Optical Network (ASON) with Generalized Multi-Protocol Label Switching (GMPLS) protocols. Introduction this solution must be preceded by performance evaluation to guarantee society expectations. Call and connections times are in ASON/GMPLS architecture important for real-time applications. Practical...

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  • A Novel Multicast Architecture of Programmable Networks

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    - Year 2015

    In the paper a multicast architecture for programmable networks based on separation of group management and network control tasks is proposed. Thanks to this separation, services which want to make use of multicast communications no longer have to implement low-level network functionalities and their operation is greatly simplified. Abstracting service’s view of the network into a fully connected cloud enables us to transparently...

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