Pawel Nycz MSc, BEng
PhD Research Student
After graduation from Higher Vocational School in Krosno-Poland with B.Eng degree in Environmental engineering in 2007 and Rzeszow University of Technology with M.Sc degree in Heat engineering and air conditioning in 2012 he worked for HVAC manufacturing companies in Poland. In 2016 Pawel moved to Germany to take position of project manager in technical department of Air Handling Units in Rosenberg Ventilatoren (www.rosenberg-gmbh.com). From July 2018 Pawel joined to CREST to study high temperatures thermal energy storage systems.
Experience and education:
2008. to 2012 Rzeszow University of Technology – M.Sc degree at the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Heat engineering and air conditioning
2003. to 2007 Higher Vocational School in Krosno – Bachelor degree of Environmental Engineering
02.2016 – 06.2018 Rosenberg Ventilatoren GmbH - Project manager in AHU technical department in headquarter Künzelsau, Germany (technical design and offers on Air Handling Units and it's internal parts, technical support for customer and projects from all over the world, cooperation with sub suppliers, preparation of technical documentation of AHU before production process).
10.2011 to 11.2015 Maico Poland Sp. z o.o. (Ventilator and AHU producer, part of Maico Elektroapparate-Fabrik GmbH, www.maico-fans.com, www.dynait.it) - Working as a technical and sales adviser for the South of Poland (specialization – ventilation units for industry, duties: technical support for design offices and installation companies, ventilation installation design, brand development)
02.2010 to 08.2011 MaxAir HVAC Technic sp. z o.o. (distributor Harmann Ventilatoren, www.harmann.pl) - Working as a regional technical and sales adviser for the South of Poland (specialization – products of Harmann Ventilatoren Sp. z .o.o., brand development, technical consultancy, formation and coordinate the distribution network)
03.2008 to 02.2010 Dospel Sp. z o.o. (AHU producer, www.dospelprofessional.com) – Technical adviser in the product line of air handling units and industrial ventilators (specialization – air handling units, duties: calculations,
2018. - IELTS Academic English Certificate C1 (overall 7.5), British Council, Stuttgart,
2017. - AHU Technical training for Rosenberg partners and subsidiaries in Poland Romania and Denmark.,
2016. - German language course "Intensiv 4 A1" Goethe Institut Schwäbisch Hall, Germany
2015. - “Inventor Essentials” , 31 hours basic training, certificate No.1768674740 – The Autodesk Authorized Training Center, Rzeszow, Poland
2015. -”Water, Heat, Ventilation, in low-energy buildings” - Aqua-therm conference, Nitra, Slovakia
2014. - “Play in green” Renewable Energy Sources Investments, training financed by EU funds, Krosno, Poland
2014. - “Ventilation fire academy training” - fire protection in ventilation systems, Rzeszów, Poland
2012. - “Dynair industrial fans training” - Maico Italia S.p.A, Lonato d/Garda, Italy
2011. - “Industrial and domestic air handling units training” Maico Elektroapparate-Fabrik GmbH, Villingen-Schwenningen , Germany
2009. - Co-author of a scientific publication, "The extraction of heat through the rocks, oil drilling in the Carpathians", Tomasz Śliwa Phd, Paweł Nycz - II National Geothermal Congress, Bukowina Tatrzanska, Poland.
2008. - Technical training in the design and application of AHU – Dospel Professional, Poland.
2007. - Scientific studies based on ex oil borehole Elin3, Elin10 "Modeling the technical parameters of borehole heat exchanger for geothermal exploitation" – heat pumps.
2005 - Scientific conference participant "European Integration" - European Institute, Saarland University, Saarbrücken, Germany
2005. - European Voluntary Youth Training - Association of Polish European House, Warsaw, Poland
- Storage of energy in high temperatures
- Phase change materials
- Stirling engines
"The extraction of heat through the rocks, oil drilling in the Carpathians", Tomasz Śliwa Phd, Paweł Nycz B.Eng - II National Geothermal Congress, Bukowina Tatrzanska, Poland.