About the program "SUT against the epidemic”)

While facing the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, an increased, joint effort of researchers and the business community is needed to understand the mechanism of COVID-19. The Silesian University of Technology, meeting the need for rapid, joint action by scientists in the fight against the pandemic, has launched additional opportunities within the frame of the programme ”SUT against the epidemic.”

Under this programme, it is possible to provide financial support for research works conducted at the University to combat COVID-19.The funds obtained through voluntary contributions will be used by the academic staff of the Silesian University of Technology to conduct activities to combat COVID-19, as well as to conduct projects on other infectious diseases and minimise the consequences of the epidemic. Contributions are entirely voluntary and can be made by natural and legal persons and organisational units without legal personality. 

Employees wishing to benefit from the possibility of additional support in combating the epidemic and its consequences may submit applications to the Secretariat of the Vice Rector for General Affairs. These applications will be considered in the proceedings of a Committee appointed for this purpose. The conditions for participation in the Programme are available in the Legal Monitor, item 272 (Ordinance No 72/2020) 

We encourage you to get involved in the initiative of the Silesian University of Technology!Payments can be made to a dedicated sub-account: PL 20 1050 1214 1000 0024 6643 9409 and through quick payments using the Blik method.

Contact

• establishing cooperation, assistance in finding a business / scientific partner for research in combating the epidemic and its effects, and to protect intellectual property
Centre of Incubation and Technology Transfer
phone: 0048 32 400 34 00
@ biznes@polsl.pl

• information / communication / media relations
Press Office
phone: 0048 725 991 946
@ rzecznik.prasowy@polsl.pl

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Contact regarding epidemic safety:

Health and Safety Inspectorate
e-mail: RR3-IBHP@polsl.pl

COVID-19 Coordinator
Chairman of the Rector's Advisory Team for Crisis Management
Professor Bogusław Łazarz, Vice Rector for General Affairs
e-mail: ro@polsl.pl

BASIC SANITARY REGIME:
  • hand disinfection and thorough handwashing with soap and water,
  • keeping a social distance(minimum 1.5 m),
  • covering the nose and mouth in the presence of other individuals and while in generally accessible places,
  • limiting the number of people in classrooms to half or per the information displayed on the classroom entrance door
  • frequent ventilation of rooms,
  • frequent disinfection of touch surfaces (lifts, handrails, door handles, light switches, countertops, etc.), sanitary facilities,
  • measuring the temperature of individuals entering the University,
  • introducing one-way traffic in the buildings of the Silesian University of Technology,
  • ban on gatherings in corridors and passageways,
  • application of the current regulations of the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate (GIS).
Contact regarding epidemic safety:

Health and Safety Inspectorate
e-mail: RR3-IBHP@polsl.pl

COVID-19 Coordinator
Chairman of the Rector's Advisory Team for Crisis Management
Professor Bogusław Łazarz, Vice Rector for General Affairs
e-mail: ro@polsl.pl

BASIC SANITARY REGIME::
  • hand disinfection and thorough handwashing with soap and water,
  • keeping a social distance(minimum 1.5 m),
  • covering the nose and mouth in the presence of other individuals and while in generally accessible places,
  • limiting the number of people in classrooms to half or per the information displayed on the classroom entrance door
  • frequent ventilation of rooms,
  • frequent disinfection of touch surfaces (lifts, handrails, door handles, light switches, countertops, etc.), sanitary facilities,
  • measuring the temperature of individuals entering the University,
  • introducing one-way traffic in the buildings of the Silesian University of Technology,
  • ban on gatherings in corridors and passageways,
  • application of the current regulations of the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate (GIS).