About us


We are research and development department at the Science and Technology Park in Opole (PNT) We work on the world-class engineering software ansys. The software is used for engineering simulations, which are used by a broad spectrum of engineers and designers from a variety of industries. It allows for rapid and reliable analysis of the design in virtual environments, based on computer simulations, which in turn reduces the time and cost of the project. PNT, within the purchased software, provides services in the field of mechanical and flow analysis.

Ansys Mechanical enables linear and nonlinear structural analysis including phenomena such as large deformations, contact phenomena, plasticity, hyperinflation. It also allows analysis of constant or variable in time temperature fields including convection, thermal conductivity, radiation, phase change and conjugate fields (acoustics, piezoelectricity, thermal stress).

The ANSYS CFD simulation package allows you to perform a full flow analysis of any element. Calculations can be made for one or two-phase flows in a flat or spatial arrangement

  Research facilities

KOOP project is jointly implemented by the Science and Technology Park in Opole ltd. and the Opole Center for Economic Development. Its main objective is to strengthen the regional business environment institutions and in consequence the sector of small and medium-sized enterprises in opolskie. This will result in the creation or refinement of specialized services offered by IOB, which are based on diagnosed needs of companies.PNT in Opole, within the framework of the project, will set up a mechanical-measurement laboratory and buy equipment that will enable the provision of new services to the key branches in opolskie. It will answer the real needs of entrepreneurs.The project is being implemented from 1 January 2016 to 30 June 2018. 


- mechanical tests at ambient temperatures and in high temperature furnaces (400-1000 ° C)
- static and fatigue studies in the range of +/- 100 kN,
- fatigue-tensile and compression tests,
- other dedicated component tests designed on request.


- static tensile test at room/elevated temperature with the required PN-EN ISO 6892-1 and PN-EN ISO 6892-2 standards,
- static compression test,
- durability tests of detachable elements,
- determining the deformative fatigue characteristics of biological, biomedical and plastic materials.

BASLER AG with Mercury 
RT software 

Optical machine for non-contact testing of geometry deformation level. The system allows you to scan objects, with the ability to connect in real time. It scans objects over 0.1 m. With this device you can determine if a given element after a thousand or one million bends will deform.


 Portable instrument for analyzing and sorting metals. Calibration for measuring the following elements: Sc, Ti, V, Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, Zn, Ge, As, Se, Sr, Y, Zr, Nb, Mo, Ru, Rh, Pd, Cd, In, Sn, Sb, Te, La, Ce, Pr, Nd, Hf, Ta, W, Re, Ir, Pt, Au, Pb, Bi, Th.


- analysis of data from real-time vibration measurements, 
including the ability to record them,
- diagnosis of small and large objects without having to interrupt their work.

development directions

Advanced technologies in the field of polymers for lightweight structures

MERGE technology for functionalised hybrid structure components

Pilot lines for function-integrated components and systems

Injection molding embedding of semifinished products, modular injection mold systems 

Finite element analysis (FEM) of plastic-metal-components

Multi-criteria optimisation of processes and lightweight structures


Scientific council

Piotr Buchta MSc

Prof. PO, Dr – Eng. hab. Andrzej Cichoń

Prof. PO, Dr – Eng. hab. Aleksander Karolczuk

Research and Development Staff

Prof. PO, Dr – Eng. hab. Jarosław Mamala

President of the Board


Prof., Dr – Eng. hab. Lothar Kroll 

Director of Research Programs STP


Prof. PO, Dr – Eng. hab. Adam Niesłony 

Research and Development Manager


Damian Kolarczyk MA

Technical Infrastructure and Research Manager

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Bartosz Mazurek MSc

Laboratory Manager

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Marcin łagiewa MSc

Technical Staff – Engineering Designer


Przemysław Stec Eng.

IT Specialist


Rafael Miozga Eng.

Mechatronic systems engineer


Selected cooperation with industry

Tower International

Together, We implement an innovative project for the automotive industry.

Test Krapkowice

We provide the computing power of our servers.
For the optimization of the production process

MM Systemy

Global Steering Systems

We have prepared the Optimization of the production process

Gniotpol Trailers

We optimize future products.


We create advanced product animations.

KBA automatic

Together, we create an environment for learning in robot programming


Bluesoft STC

Together, we implement a project in the field of building intelligence.


Bridge Conference

On 7 - 8 April 2016, the first Polish-German Bridge Conference was held in Opole, with the main host of the Opole Voivodship Marshal and the Mayor of Opole, organized by the Opole University of Technology, Wrocław University of Technology and Park Naukowo Technologiczny in Opole Sp. z o.o. in cooperation with Chemnitz University of Technology.
The goal is to strengthen international research and development cooperation of companies using modern technologies in Poland and the Federal Republic of Germany. The conference is to constitute a bridge between science and business in the context of innovative processes, especially in the context of cooperation in the use of lightweight composite materials commonly used in the automotive industry and beyond. At the same time, the conference is to help in building mutual partner, business and scientific relations, it is to constitute the proverbial bridge - the bridge of mutual relations.

Airbus Deutschland GmbH, Solaris Bus and Coach S.A, Volkswagen Sachsen GmbH