The FMC2022 will take place in the beautiful city of Rzeszów in Building V (Regional Centre for Didactics and Conferences) of the Rzeszów University of Technology which is located near the city centre.
Rzeszow University of Technology, Building V
al. Powstańców Warszawy 12
GPS: 50° 1'5''N, 21° 59'24''E
The Rzeszow University of Technology is the largest polytechnic in the region. On the 1st of October 1974, by government decree, the school was named the Ignacy Łukasiewicz Rzeszow University of Technology (https://w.prz.edu.pl/en/about/university-traditions). Since 1951 it has educated 57 952 graduates, including 593 pilots. It is organized in 6 faculties covering almost all fields of technology and employs around 900 of academic staff. The number of students is approx. 15,000 including bachelor, master and doctoral students (www.prz.edu.pl/en). The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics, as the only one in Poland, has been training civil aviation pilots since 1976. Their training meets European requirements for receiving an airline pilot licence (ATPL), and is conducted at Jasionka (https://okl.prz.edu.pl/) and Bezmiechowa (http://aos-bezmiechowa.pl/ ).