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In few words...

I graduated master's degree "Operation and management of transport" with distinction in 2011 at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Cracow University of Technology. I started PhD studies in 2012 at Faculty of Civil Engineering. I graduated postgraduate studies "Manager of research and development" at University of Economics and Innovation in Lublin. In 2016 I adjudged PhD degree in transport discipline.

Experience and competence

I started work in Institute of Rail Vehicle at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Cracow University of Technology in 2011. Since 2006 I cooperate with Warsaw advertisement agency JM Group as web application developer. In 2012, I was running my own IT company in the Academic Business Incubator. In 2016 I started work for SKK S.A. as R&D Engineer.

In 2013, I got Assistant Certificate of Quality Management System Certificate by PCBC. In 2014, I became Certified SIMP Appraisers in specialization: Industrial logistics and Marketing and management in industry.

Scientific works

I am the author of 74 scientific publications, 38 of which are Polish-language rest of it are in English-language, 13 publications are indexed in Web of Science or Scopus databases.

I took part in 21 conferences (including in France, Russia, Spain, Slovenia, the Czech Republic, Ukraine), presenting 25 of their scientific publications on them.

Interests & hobby

Privately passionate about medieval knights and armor maker (7 years of active membership in the brotherhood of chivalry), martial arts and melee weapons.

Augustyn Lorenc
Phone.+48 12 374 36 59
Fax: +48 12 628 33 11
ResercherID: Q-5894-2016
Recent papers
  1. Lorenc A., Czuba M., Szarata J., Real time location system (RTLS) based on the Bluetooth technology for internal logistics (2023), Sustainability, 15, 4976, Basel, Switzerland, pp. 1-22
  2. Ku??nar M., Lorenc A., The most common type of disruption in the supply chain - evaluation based on the method using artificial neural networks (2021), International Journal of Shipping and Transport Logistics, Vol. 13, No. 1-2, Bristol (UK), pp. 1-24
  3. Kuznar M., Lorenc A., A method of predicting wear and damage of pantograph sliding strips based on Artificial Neural Networks (2021), Materials, 15(98), Basel, Switzerland, pp. 1-23
  4. Kuznar M., Lorenc A., Kaczor G., Pantograph Sliding Strips Failure - Reliability Assessment and Damage Reduction Method Based on Decision Tree Model (2021), Materials, 14(19), 5743, Basel, Switzerland, pp. 1-17
  5. Lorenc A., Szarata J., Czuba M., Big Data analytics and anomaly prediction in the cold chain to supply chain resilience (2021), FME Transactions, VOL. 49, No 2, Belgrade, Serbia, pp. 315-326
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