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TUL - Division of Dynamics

MSc Eng Michał Niełaczny

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PhD Student

Technical University of Lodz
Division of Dynamics
ul. Stefanowskiego 1/15
90-924 Lodz
Poland
e-mail: M Niełaczny

Summary

Graduated in Mechanical Faculty Łódź University of Technology in 2013. At the University, currently I am working on PhD thesis: “Three Dimensional dynamic modelling of the unicycle-unicyclist system”. At work and outside I am involved in bicycles. Outside the University I practice track cycling. I love music, books and puzzles.

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Higher Education and Qualifications
  • Master of Science in Mechatronics, individual studies program under supervision of Prof. T. Kapitaniak, Lodz University of Technology. Thesis: Synchronization of Slowly Rotating Pendulums, 2013.
Research Grants
  • Three Dimensional dynamic modelling of the unicycle-unicyclist system, Own Scholarship Fund established by the Łódź University of Technology, Principal Investigator: M. Niełaczny, 2015
  • PhD student in European Union’s project: Synchronization of Mechanical Systems Coupled through Elastic Structure, TEAM programme for Foundation for Polish Science, Project No. TEAM/2010/5/5, Principal Investigator: T. Kapitaniak, 2014
  • Master of Science student in European Union’s project: Synchronization of Mechanical Systems Coupled through Elastic Structure, TEAM programme for Foundation for Polish Science, Project No. TEAM/2010/5/5, Principal Investigator: T. Kapitaniak, 2012/13
Publications - Papers
  • M. Kapitaniak, M. Łazarek, M. Niełaczny, K. Czołczyński, P. Perlikowski, T. Kapitaniak: Synchronization extends the life time of the desired behavior of globally coupled systems. Scientific Reports 4 (2014). Link to article in SR
  • M. Niełaczny, J. Grabski, J. Strzałko: 3D dynamic modelling of unicycle - unicyclist system. Journal of Vibrations In Physical Systems (2014). Link to article in JVPS, pages 195-202
  • M. Łazarek, M. Niełaczny, K. Czołczyński, T. Kapitaniak: Synchronization of Slowly Rotating Nonidentically Driven Pendula. ASME Jurnal of Computational and Nonlinear Dynamics 9(2) (2013). Link to article in JCND
  • P. Olejnik, J. Awrejcewicz, M. Niełaczny: Solution of the Kalman filtering problem in control and modeling of a double inverted pendulum with rolling friction. PAR Poland 1(2013). Link to article in PAR

Entry date: 2015-09-24
Modified: 2015-09-24
Entered by: J Wojewoda