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Subject:

IA student conference in Poland, September 3-5, 2004

From:

Mike Clarke <[log in to unmask]>

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Mike Clarke <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Mon, 9 Feb 2004 09:36:44 +0000

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Dr. Januszewski, from the University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland, 
has asked me to send these details of a conference he is organising for 
students interested in the history of technology and science. 
Dzierzoniow is a small former textile town about 40km west of Wroclaw 
(formerly Breslau). Dr Januszewski has arranged several events for 
Polish students in the Owl Mountains and he has an excellent knowledge 
of the industrial archaeology of the area. The conference will be held 
at the museum he is setting up in the former railway loco shed in 
Dziezoniow which was established last year.

International Scientific Student’s Workshop
‘Technology in the history of Civilisation - thinking into the future’
Dzierz˙oniów, 3 - 5 September 2004


Organizers:
The Cross-faculty Student Science Association at the University of 
Technology in Wroclaw
Foundation for the Open Museum of Technology (FOMT)
Polish Committee for the Conservation of Industrial Heritage (TICCIH)
Polish Tourism Organisation, Warsaw

Honorary Commitee:
Prof. Tadeusz Luty - President of the University of Technology in 
Wroclaw
Prof. Jan Kmita – Honorary President of  the Council of the Foundation 
for Open Museum of Technology
Prof. Miroslaw Przy?e˛cki – Vice President of the Arts, Craft and 
Marketing  College, Wroclaw
Marek Piorun – Mayor of Dzierz˙oniów
Julian Kolodziej – Chairman of the Polish TICCIH committee
Andrzej Koz?owski – Chairman of Polish Tourism Organisation, Warsaw

Coordination Team
Tomasz Da˛browski – University of Technology, Wroclaw- Project Manager
Ewa Machalska – University of Technology, Wroclaw
Lukasz  Bujonek – University of Technology, Wroclaw
Grzegorz Luz˙ny – University of Technology, Wroclaw
Lukasz Bielecki – University of Technology, Wroclaw
Krzysztof Madziara, FOMT
Ryszard Majewicz, FOMT
Michal Rogala – University of Technology, Wroclaw

Scientific Commitee:
Prof. Stanislaw Januszewski – University of Technology, Wroclaw/FOMT – 
Chairman
Waldemar Affelt – University of Technology, Gdan´sk
Prof. Teresa Lis – Silesian University of Technology
Wojciech Preidl – Silesian University of Technology
Ireneusz  Suliga – Mining and Founding Academy
Bartosz Walczak – University of Technology, Lódz´
Eugeniusz Paduch – Centre for Cultural Heritage of Upper Silesia, 
Katowice

Secretary:
Anna Broniewska de Bezdzieca
Foundation for the Open Museum of Technology
HP “Nadbór”
Wybrzez˙e Wyspian´skiego 27
50-370 Wroclaw
e-mail: [log in to unmask]
tel. +48/071/327-99-02
fax. +48/071/321-03-61
mob. +48 601 755 138
www.nadbor.pwr.wroc.pl

Program:
The workshop programme is addressed to students of both Polish and 
foreign universities. The aim of this international workshop is to 
create a platform for an exchange of ideas and experience, and the 
development of co-operation between young scientists and technologists 
who are interested in the history of technology and in the conservation 
of cultural heritage. We would like to outline the need for the 
humanization of technical studies and the inclusion of technology in 
humanity studies, stressing its cultural role and the importance of the 
relationship between the environment, man and technology, as well as 
its effect on the shaping of our civilisation.
Our idea is to include these subjects in obligatory education 
programmes, and in the fields of activity of student science 
associations or ones deriving of our interests:
the history of science and technology, inventions, engineering, etc.
Conservation of our technical heritage, and to include heritage in 
education, industrial tourism, planning and the creation of new 
programs for development
Associations and other forms of student activities in the field of the 
history of technology and conservation of technical relics.

We will link the aims of the International Scientific Student’s 
Workshop with the Owl Mountains Technology Festival FOMT, the Science 
Festival of the University of  Technology, Wroclaw, and the European 
Days of Heritage.

Forms of  activity:
pleniary sessions
lectures
multimedial presentations
poster sessions
films, photograms
workshop on documentary photography
study trip to Bielawa-Walim – Lubachów

Time and location:
The International Scientific Student’s Workshop will take place the 
September, 3rd-5th 2004 (Friday- Saturday- Sunday) in the Owl Mountain 
Museum of  Technology in Dzierz˙oniów.

Language:
Correspondence:  English, Polish
Workshop: national language (the co-ordination team  will provide an 
interpreter)

Application:
The  deadline for lectures with a summary of approximately 15 lines (in 
Polish or English) is March 15th. The application form is available on 
our website: www.nadbor.pwr.wroc.pl

Papers:
Deadline for lectures is May 30th (5-6 pages + illustrations). The 
papers qualified by the committee will be published for September 3rd.
Please send all materials to our secretary per mail or e-mail: 
[log in to unmask]
During the workshops everyone will have the opportunity to present the 
results of their research in a time of  approx. 10 min.

Posters:
70 * 100 cm

Competition:
A prize will be awarded for the most interesting presentations during 
the plenary sessions, poster sessions, etc, (the form, content and 
interest will be considered).

Costs:
Active participants 150 zl
Others 300 zl

Including:
3 days of accommodation
meals
publications
conference materials
social evenings

Important dates:
March 15th application, summary of lecture
May 30th papers
September, 3rd 9 a.m. – 7 p.m. laboratory
September, 4th - 5th sessions


Looking forward to meeting you in Dzierz˙oniów!!! We will be obliged if 
you can inform your friends of our event. We will show you the magical 
and historic places in the Owl Mountains.



APPLICATION FORM
International Scientific Student’s Workshop
‘Technology in the history of Civilisation - thinking into the future’
Dzierz˙oniów -   3 - 5 September 2004

Download the application from www.nadbor.pwr.wroc.pl and send it  per 
e-mail until March, 15th  2004 to [log in to unmask] .


Mike Clarke
41 Fountain Street
Accrington
BB5 0QR

01254 395848

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