Cooperation with non-profit organisations
The Foundation is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental organization. It is financed mainly by grants from Sponsors, does not derive any of its income from own business activities. As the Foundation is legally recognized as pro publico bono entity and thus any grants to the Foundation enjoy preferential tax accounting treatment.
Design and implementation of a new WWW-ISIS software for both Windows and Linux platforms. 1 December 2009 – 30 November 2010. Project for FAO.
The goal of the project is to build a fully fledged schemaless database along with the RAD tools for building repositories with advanced text retrieval functionalities.
MOST Foundation (Mobile Open Society Through Wireless Technology), was officially initiated in 2001. The concept of MOST has been prompted by the pressing need for generating interdisciplinary thinking and acting synergy between research scholars, practicing industry executives, content providers, and decision makers who share a strong interest in the topic of Information Society, Mobile Economy, and Higher Education Models based on interactions within and between humans and information systems.
The Polish Platform on Mobile Communications and Wireless Technology was founded on 4th February 2005. It associates companies, R&D institutions as well as SMEs to foster collaborative R&D undertakings and profit from financial resources dedicated to R&D projects available both in Poland and Europe.
The MIANOWSKI FUND established in 1881 was reestablished in the form of a Foundation for the Promotion of Science in 1991. The Fund has an Advisory Board, composed of delegates representing Polish Academy of Sciences, Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences in Cracow, Warsaw Society of Arts and Sciences, Poznań Society of Friends of Arts and Sciences, The Scientific Society of Gdańsk, University of Warsaw, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, University of Łódź, Nicholas Copernicus University, Toruń, Marie Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin, Catholic University of Lublin, Warsaw University of Technology and Wrocław University of Technology.
The Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications was established in 1993.
PIIT is member of DIGITALEUROPE (EICTA) and WITSA.
The Association of Polish Electrical Engineers, further termed SEP, is a creative kind of organization of scientific-technical character, a voluntary association of electricians of all specialties and people whose professional activity is connected with vastly understood electrical engineering as well as legal persons interested in the activity of SEP.
Photonics Society of Poland (PSP) is presently with its 215 members the largest and the most powerful optics/optoelectronics/photonics organization in Poland. It has already started integration and consolidations activities with Committee of Electronics and Telecommunication/Polish Academy of Sciences and with Committee of Optoelectronics/ Society of Polish Electrical Engineers.