The Centre for Mathematics and Physics at the Lodz University of Technology (CMF) is a university-wide organizational unit of the Lodz University of Technology. It was established by a resolution of the Senate of the Lodz University of Technology on 10 December 2003. Dr. Andrzej Just became its organizer and director (he held this position until 30 September 2023).

The tasks of the Centre include teaching mathematics and physics to the needs of the basic organizational units of the Lodz University of Technology, faculties, inter-faculty colleges, non-faculty organizational units, and the International Faculty of Engineering, where classes are conducted in English and French. In the Centre of Mathematics and Physics, the basic organizational units are the teaching teams: 3 teams of mathematicians and 1 team of physicists. The teaching activities of the Centre include not only direct teaching of students but also e-learning activities; the educators prepare e-materials available on the Wikamp or Port platform.

The Centre has two laboratories: the Physics Laboratory, established in 2005 for the students of PŁ, and the Computer Laboratory. The CMF makes its laboratories available to students and teachers of secondary and primary schools by conducting demonstrations of interesting experiments together with discussion and debate on the observed phenomena. The Centre cooperates with patron schools by organizing lectures in mathematics and physics, including a cyclical Week with Mathematics and Physics at the Lodz University of Technology, when students are hosted by the university for a week and participate in classes prepared for them.

The CMF also runs maths and physics baccalaureate preparation courses and online classes. The Centre supports the activities of the Public High School of the Lodz University of Technology by providing expert supervision and a laboratory base. The Computer Laboratory of Mathematics runs classes as part of the Children's University of Łódź. The Centre hosts the GeoGebra Academy, part of the International GeoGebra Institute, a non-profit organization. The Academy aims to provide innovative teaching methods based on the GeoGebra mathematical software provided.