There are people behind every project. In our case these are two departments: Business Department and Technical Projects Department.


We give you the opportunity to develop your hard and soft skills. It doesn't matter if you are a student or a graduate, everyone will find something for themselves.


We are aware that in the future our projects can change the world, which is why we implement them with passion and full commitment.

About Us

The SimLE Scientific Association is a group of talented and ambitious students from the Gdańsk University of Technology, united primarily by their desire to create. We believe that by working together in interdisciplinary teams, we can reach for the stars, venture where no one has gone before, and do daily what our peers might consider impossible. Therefore, as part of our circle, we implement … Read More

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Project SeaSentinel started in November 2021 as a continuation of a high school project named USV “Czajka”, made by Igor Rusiecki and Artur Kamieniecki. Main goal of this project is to create an Autonomous Surface Vessel capable of conducting water quality measurement operations in ports and coastal areas. We intend to take part in RoboBoat 2023 competition in Florida, USA. The competition is being organised by RoboNation Foundation and Office of Naval Research. It consists of pre-competition phase in which we must deliver our documentation and on-site competition phase in Sarasota, FL. … Read More

In March 2019, we started the hand prosthesis project in SimLE. The project was initiated by the idea of one student who noticed a problem with the availability of cheap prostheses on the market that could be used by those in need. The goal of the project is to create a prosthesis and give it for free to a needy person who cannot afford prosthesis available on the market. The project consists of seven students divided into two groups. The first group’s task is to design the structure of the hand with the wrist and print all components on a 3D printer. The second group is responsible for the … Read More

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At the beginning of the 2017/2018 academic year we have launched a rocket project in SimLE. The project consists of 30 members whose goal is the construction of low-range rockets. As part of the project, we are also intensively developing cooperation with the Polskie Towarzystwo Rakietowe (the Polish Rocket Society) and the company SpaceForest, which provide us with substantive support. The SimBa project currently has two teams (R3 and R4). Each of them deals with the construction of rockets with different parameters. However, the teams are still working together. As part of the project, we’ve … Read More

AMBER - Autonomous Modular Biotechnological Experiment on a Rocket The aim of the payload of the R6 suborbital rocket is to perform the experiment to study the effects of rocket flights on biofilm samples and test our autonomous, modular, and scalable platform for conducting experiments of an astrobiotechnological nature. For this purpose, we use the interdisciplinary character of the team to ensure full integrity, reliability, and operational efficiency. The experiment to be carried out during the Spaceport America Cup competition constitutes the first stage of our team’s three-stage … Read More

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The Singo project aims to solve the problem of lack of data from polar regions. Currently used methods of measuring the mass balance of glaciers are ineffective and dangerous. Scientists have to manually measure the height of the snow cover on glaciers, which is expensive and risky. As a result, the models forecasting the rise in ocean levels are highly inaccurate. Meanwhile, the accuracy of these models is crucial for predicting the effects of climate change and taking appropriate adaptive actions. Singo addresses this issue by constructing a drone equipped with radar and sonar for measuring … Read More

Stardust is an interdisciplinary project of students of the Gdańsk University of Technology, whose goal is to send experiments in stratospheric balloons as part of the REXUS / BEXUS and Global Space Balloon Challenge competitions. The idea for the implementation of the mission of stratospheric balloons was born in our heads in 2015. After the first successful missions aimed at reaching the stratosphere and checking the possibilities of the solutions being created, we were ready to carry out more complicated experiments. We invited young scientists from the Biotechnology Students’ Organization, … Read More

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Students from our club are participating in the REXUS/BEXUS program once again. In previous years, we participated in the REXUS program with the HEDGEHOG project, in the BEXUS program with the Stardust project, and in the ESA Academy program with the SlugG project. Thanks to the experience and knowledge of our predecessors, we have achieved another success. At the turn of November and December, the STORMDUST project team went to the Selection Workshop for the 34th edition of the REXUS/BEXUS program to present their experiment at the European Space Technology Centre. They qualified for the … Read More