Special Interest Groups

Special Interest Groups

There are many scientific and special interests clubs on campus. Among others, the group “ERROR 501” achieved many successes – finalists in international algorithmic competitions, the club of traditional Japanese games lovers taking part in “majan” and “go” tournaments and the scientific club HCI (Human-Computer Interaction), which co-participated in the “Kansei” conference.

Scientific Club ERROR 501

The aim of the club is to deepen knowledge and skills in the field of algorithms, co-participate in research works, take part programming contests, organize regional and college programming competitions, unite students interested in algorithms, organize meetings and lectures on algorithms.

Academic mentor: mgr Paweł Rembelski

Website: error501.pjwstk.edu.pl

Scientific Club 4MA DESIGN

4MAdesignn was founded in 2011. The goal of this organization is to deepen knowledge about contemporary design, technology and art. What’s as important is also gaining experience through participation in joint projects, which are then displayed at fairs and exhibitions. This is a fairly new but thriving and successful club.

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Facebook: facebook.com/4MAdesignn

Scientific Club “Project Management”

The activities of the club include organizing lectures and workshops with the participation of representatives of various companies and organizations having to do with projects, especially in the field of IT. What is planned is also creating projects – both internal and those arranged by companies from the outside. The club “Project Management” will promote PJATK as well as integrate the student community interested in the field of project management.

Mentor: dr inż. Tomasz Pieciukiewicz

Club President: Khalilov Ruslan

Website: pm.pjwstk.edu.pl

Scientific Club grupa.NET

The club deals with the broadly understood technology .NET. It was invented and developed by Microsoft and has gained great popularity on the worldwide scale. It consists of the whole lot of solutions and has an aim to help developers. In other words, we program applications in C#, deal with web technologies such as ASP.NET, Silverlight and database solutions ADO.NET. Of course, we are interested in all the novelties in this field and the possibilities to develop as well as benefits that come with gaining such knowledge. Every developer will find something for him/herself.

Mentor: mgr inż. Michał Jankowski - Lorek

Website: dotnet.pjwstk.edu.pl

RIICHI Japanese Games Club

The club’s task is to promote Japanese culture through traditional Japanese games.

Mentor: mgr Ewa Mackiewicz

Programming Mobile Devices Club

The goal of the club is to acquire and broaden the practical knowledge in the field of programming for mobile devices. We promote the knowledge in programming and the use of mobile devices in the PJATK community as well as outside the academy.

Mentor: dr Michał Tomaszewski

Dragonfly Sport Club

The aim of the club is to develop students’ interest in circus art, mobilize them for physical activity, training physical coordination and enable presenting gained skills.

Mentor: mgr Mariusz Kleć

JAVA programmers Club

The aim of the club is to acquire and promote knowledge in programming in JAVA language, and developing skills in the methods of programming and knowledge about tools that help in software development.

Mentor: mgr inż. Michał Drabik

Club President: Dominik Ciborowski


Ruby and Ruby on Rails

Programming club which aims to popularize the knowledge of object-oriented programming languages, Ruby programming language, Ruby framework on Rails, and web application development.

Mentor: dr Ida Jokisz


In order to run a scientific club, the following documents should be submitted:

  1. Application for the establishment of a scientific/research circle that includes:
    * tasks of the club and its type: inter-departmental, cathedral, etc.
    * name of the club.
    * last name of the person in charge of the club and the student in charge of its functioning.
  2. Club status.
  3. The list of students, who are willing to join the club.
  4. Planned activities and budget proposal with details about future activities.

Please submit all documents to Magdalena Kałamajska (Promotion and Recruitment Section), who is responsible for managing scientific clubs.