Science and technology park in Opole creates a possibility of searching and implementing new and technological solutions. It also creates favorable conditions for the economic and scientific development of the Opole region by supporting existing as well as emerging initiatives. The sole shareholder of the company is the city of Opole.
Park is a cooperative place of cooperation of scientific and business activity. The aim is to act on the development of the Opole region by: providing favorable conditions for business development with a special focus on high technologies, developing the knowledge-based economy, creating effective links between science and technology, promoting innovative entrepreneurship in an open environment of partnership between science, business and local authorities.
We provide world-class investment management with an emphasis on generating strong long-term results in support of the corporate and management goals of modern companies.
These successes in the market form a solid foundation for future growth, help launch industry-leading financial aid programs designed to help start up businesses of all kinds, from start-ups to international firms.
Currently, the Science and Technology Park in Opole is developing the project, which is geared towards market-oriented research and development. The project focuses on what needs to be considered for an efficient supply of the combustion engine. The measures introduced within the framework of the program were intended to create the modified Otto engine, the high efficiency of which will enable a reduction in fuel consumption and consequently a reduction in carbon dioxide emissions. The invention of prof. Mamala with the designation "VECR" has already been patented and the name of the device has also been restricted. The main goal of the Science and Technology Park in Opole is not only to develop and implement a prototype of an innovative control system for such a gasoline engine, but also to fix it in a test vehicle. The invention enables adjustment of the effective compression ratio in the engine cylinder cycle by changing the active combustion of the volume of the combustion chamber to allow adjustment of the engine output. System enables the vehicle to increase its energy efficiency. The control of the effective compression ratio of the engine affects not only economy and ecology, but will also contribute to improvement of the propulsion index of the vehicle so that the driving safety of the vehicle can be improved. The research project will continue until September 30th.
Piotr Buchta MSc
Prof. PO, Dr – Ing. habil. Andrzej Cichoń
Prof. PO, Dr – Ing. habil. Aleksander Karolczuk
Prof. PO, Dr – Ing. habil. Jarosław Mamala
President of the Board
Prof., Dr – Ing. habil.
Prof. PO, Dr – Ing. habil.
Coordinator of research and development projects
Kamila Mizerna MSc
Administrator of research and development projects
Grzegorz Stankiewicz MSc
Administrator of research and development projects
Damian Kolarczyk MSc
Data Center Director
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Bartosz Mazurek MSc
77 443 89 14
Marcin Łagiewa MSc
Technical Staff – Engineering Designer
Rafael Miozga MSc
Computational and Laboratory Engineer
KOOP Project is implemented by the Science and Technology Park in Opole together with Opole Center for Economic Development.
Its main objective is to strengthen the regional business environment as a result of the small and medium-sized business sector in the Opole region. This leads to the creation or enhancement of specialized services from IOB that focus on the diagnosed needs of the companies. As part of the project, the new measurement laboratory was set up and a sophisticated device was also purchased to ensure the provision of high quality services of general interest to companies in the Opole region. This corresponds to the real needs of entrepreneurs. The project is currently being carried out (from June 1, 2017) and should be completed on June 30, 2018.
- mechanical tests at room temperature and in high
-temperature ovens (400-1000 ° C), - Static and exhaustion studies in the range of +/- 100 kN,
- Tensile tests, compression tests and fatigue tests
- other unit tests at your disposal on request.
- static tensile test at room temperature, which corresponds to the inventive ISO standards, or PN-EN ISO 6892-1 and PN-EN ISO 6892-2 standards,
- static compression deformation test,
- durability test of detachable elements,
- Determination of the deformed fatigue properties from biological, biomedical and thermoplastic plastics.
Optical machine for non-contact testing of the geometry deformation plane. This allows you to inspect objects with real-time connectivity. It scans objects over 0.1 m. With this device, you can determine whether a given element is deformed after a thousand or a million bends.
Portable instrument for analyzing and sorting metals. Calibration to measure the following items: 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 possibility of recording them
- Diagnosis of small and large objects without having to interrupt.
Science and Technology Park in Opole has acquired software from ANSYS. The total cost was almost 1 million zlotys. The program is used for engineering simulations that are used by many engineers and designers from a number of different industries. It enables a quick and reliable analysis of the construction in THE virtual environment, which in turn reduces the total costs and time of the project borne by you. Thanks to the acquired software, the science and technology park in Opole offers services in the field of mechanical engineering and flow analysis. ANSYS Mechanical enables linear and non-linear structural analyzes, including phenomena such as large deformations, deformation capacity and hyperinflation. It also enables analysis of constant or variable temperature fields, including convection, thermal conductivity, radiation, phase change and conjugate fields (acoustics, piezoelectricity, thermal voltage). ANSYS CFD simulation package enables a complete flow analysis of any element to be carried out. Calculations can be carried out for one- or two-phase failure in two-dimensional or spatial field arrangements.
Production and execution of halls in the science and technology park in Opole. Production halls with a total area of 6,000 m2. Hall height: 15 m, main usable area: 10 m. Division of the halls into modules: 1,000 m2 per module (with the possibility of connecting the modules), social office space: 150 ÷ 200 m2 per module. Construction of the halls enables assembly of the crane system 12.5 t; Utilities: electricity, water, compressed air, heating. Maneuvering room for trucks and parking spaces for cars.
The high-tech building is a further step in the expansion of the Science and Technology Park in Opole. Construction of the building, together with the integration zone, will begin in 2017. Third building is dedicated to the engineering industry. It will be the place where the construction design center will be built with the well-equipped IT infrastructure. Apart from the modern space for development teams, the equipment is built with TIER III Design Servers. Until now there was no place of this kind in the Opole region. The SCADE system will also be installed in this building, which enables intelligent measurement of the force of the individual devices. The estimated cost of the planned measures and investments is almost PLN 20 million.