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Krzysztof Makowski, Prof. of WUT, D.Sc., Ph.D.

Official contact:

building A10, room 408

tel.  +48 71 320 33 16

lp.ude.rwp[ta]ikswokam.fotzsyzrk :liam-e

Consulting hours:

(winter 2019/20)

Wednesday   –  11:00 ÷ 13:00

Thursday  –  11:00 ÷ 13:00



Received the M.Sc. (1976), Ph.D. (1980), D.Sc. (2002) in electrical engineering at the Wroclaw University of Technology.

He is currently a Professor at the School of Electrical Machines, Drives and Measurements, Electrical Engineering Department. His scientific experience include the post doctoral research at the School of Electrical Engineering, University of Bath, UK (1983/84) and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Arizona, USA (1987). During the last 20 years he has conducted research in the areas of circuit-field modeling and optimization of single-phase induction machines (motors and generators) for application in industry and renewable energy systems. He has authored and coauthored over 80 scientific papers published in journals, such as the Electrical Engineering, Electrical Review, Archives of Electrical Engineering, COMPEL and proceedings of the conferences: ISEF, EPNC, EMF, ICEM, ISTET, SME, and one monograph scientific work. He has long term teaching experience in electrical engineering fundamentals, electrical machines and engineering graphics at Electrical and Mechanical Departments of the Wroclaw University of Technology. For several years he has been a vice Chairman of Wroclaw Branch of the Polish Society of Theoretical and Applied Electrical Engineering (PTETiS).


  • Circuit-field modelling of electrical machines
  • Simulation and testing of induction machines
  • Optimization of single-phase induction motors
  • Modelling of single-phase self-excited induction generators
  • Numerical modeling of electromagnetic fields in electrical machines
Supervision of Ph.D. theses within the scope of:
  • Circuit-field modelling of small power induction motors and optimization of construction with respect to rotational torque and energy consumption.
  • Modelling and performance simulation of single-phase self-excited small power induction generators driven by wind turbines.



  • Principles of electrical engineering
  • Electrical machinery fundamentals
  • Modelling of electrical machines
  • Engineering graphics with CAD


Training of academic staff:

Ph D students: M.Sc. Marcin J. Wilk, M.Sc. Aleksander Leicht

Membership of scientific societies:

Polish Society of Theoretical and Applied Electrical Engineering (PTETiS), Wroclaw Branch , Vice Chairman


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