Dr Mariusz Skwarczyński
Doctor engineer of technical sciences in the discipline of environmental engineering with a specialisation in heating, ventilation and air-conditioning. Graduated from the Faculty of Environmental Engineering at the Lublin University of Technology and postgraduate studies in air-conditioning and refrigeration equipment at the Cracow University of Technology. Scholarship holder of the Danish government at the Danish University of Technology and TOP 500 Innovators scholarship holder at Stanford University. He holds a licence to design and direct construction works without limitations in the installation specialisation in the field of heat, ventilation, gas, water and sewage networks, installations and equipment.
For several years, he has been conducting research and development projects on modern heating, ventilation and air-conditioning equipment and the design of energy-efficient HVAC systems.
Since 2020, he has been heading a project at NCBR, funded by European Funds under the Intelligent Development Programme, in which private entities carry out research and development work on the development of cost-effective mechanical ventilation systems dedicated to existing classrooms and flats. The ventilation systems developed as part of this project will improve the quality of the indoor environment and increase the health safety of children and residents. They will also reduce operating costs through the use of highly efficient heat, cold and moisture recovery. Central management of the individual systems will facilitate the operation and monitoring process.