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Centre of Advanced Technology CHEMCAT

Centre of Advanced Technology "Chemistry for Economy" CHEMCAT has been founded on the basis of the Consortium Agreement concluded on 14 January 2004 in Warsaw. The CZT CHEMCAT has been acknowledged as the Centre of Advanced Technology in Poland by the Decision of the Minister of Scientific Research and Information Technology.

The Co-ordinator of the Consortium is INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY RESEARCH INSTITUTE in Warsaw.

The Consortium is open. Its founders are the following organisations:

  • Industrial Chemistry Research Institute
    01-793 Warszawa, ul. Rydygiera 8

  • Instytut of Petroleum Processing in Krakow
    31-429 Kraków, ul. Łukaszewicza 1

  • Institute of Chemical Fibers in Lodz
    90-570 Łódź, ul. M. Skłodowskiej-Cuire 19/27

  • Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry, Division of Catalysts and Organic Technology
    00-664 Warszawa, ul. Noakowskiego 3

  • Technical University of Lodz, Faculty of Textile Engineering and Marketing
    90-543 Łódź, ul. Żeromskiego 116

  • Centre of Molecular and Macromolecular Studies Polish Academy of Sciences, Faculty of Polymer Chemistry
    90-363 Łódź, ul. Sienkiewicza 112

  • Chemical Works "Organika-Sarzyna" S.A.
    37-310 Nowa Sarzyna, ul. Chemików 1

  • Zakłady Azotowe w Tarnowie-Mościcach S.A.
    33-101 Tarnów, ul. Kwiatkowskiego 7

  • Biuro Projektóow Zakładów Azotowych BIPROZAT-Tarnów Sp. z o.o.
    33-101 tarnów, ul. Kwiatkowskiego 7

    26-600 Radom, ul. Północna 1


Prof. Jacek Kijeński, D.Sc., Chem.Eng.
Dr. Ryszard Ścigała
Dr. Leszek Ziemiański

The aim of the Consortium:

  1. Research activity, in particular:

    • research works in the field of developing business strategy for chemical sector, macro and micro scale

    • research on developing technology for production of fine chemicals compounds

    • research on novel polymer materials

    • research on utilising recycled plastic products

    • research on modern methods of production of biofuel

    • research works on environmental protection

    • biotechnology

    • research on production of new fibres ( such as Lyocell)

    • research on production of cellulose esters

  2. Educational activity, in particular:

    • seminars and enabling doctorates and post graduates access to laboratory facilities within scientific co-operation

    • organising symposia and conferences

  3. Preparing for implementation and production:

    • highly processed chemical compounds

    • plastics, including products from recycling

    • glycerine free biofuel

    • products from glycerine

    • results from research works on environmental protection

    • elaboration on biotechnology

    • compounding products

    • Fibres

    • chloride- and fluoride-chemicals