Metalworking and Mechatronics Research Centre

The goal of Metalworking and Mechatronics Research Centre of the Faculty of Engineering is to conduct research related to studies of mechanical properties of materials, as well as development of new technologies, technological equipment, and products, involving students.

Study fields

Engineering and technology (according to OECD)

  • Machinery and mechanics

Activity areas

  • Mechatronics
  • Metalworking


RTA project “Research Grant of Rezekne Academy of Technologies” Shock Resistance Testing Equipment (project manager A.Martinovs, duration- 2017).

Publications in international citation databases (since 2014)

Polukoshko, S., Gonca, V., Martinovs, A., Sokolova, S. Document Boundary conditions influence on compressive stiffness of elastomeric isolators. (2016)Source of the Document Engineering for Rural Development 2016-January, pp. 737-744

Polukoshko,S., Martinovs, A., Sokolova, S. Experimental and theoretical research of stiffness of bonded hollow cylindrical rubber block. (2016) Proceedings of the 11th International DAAAM Baltic Conference, Industrial Engineering

Siņicina, N., Martinovs, A. Changes in air ions concentration depending on indoor plants activity. (2016) Agronomy Research, 14(1), pp. 236-243

Cooperation and services

  • Development of mechatronic products;
  • Development of new or current technologies and technological equipment;
  • Mechanical and physical properties testing;
  • Testing of mechanical properties of materials and production.




Associate Professor,,
Andris Martinovs


Guest lecturer,,
Dainis Kļaviņš

Laboratory assistant

Edgars Zaicevs


Guntis Kolčs

Laboratory assistant

Elvijs Apeināns
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