Low Voltage Electrical Machines (Electrical machines for low voltage) and is the official name of the International Conference organized by the Institute of Electrical Power and Electrical Engineering Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication BUT.
Conference organizers are also Silesian Technical University (Poland) and the Technical University of Zilina (Slovakia). For the tenth year was held on 8 – 9 November 2010 at the University Centre of Masaryk University in Brno – Šlapanice.
The conference deals with the electrical machine for low voltage and small electric power. This year, attended by 55 registered participants, who prepared a total of 36 posts and 18 publishing panels. Participants were mainly from Czech universities, but also from Slovakia and Poland. The conference takes place annually in support of the Grant Agency, and faculty support. * „We started out with twenty posts and presentations, now they have about 60 each year, and interest in the conference continues to grow,“ adds * Chairman of the Scientific Committee and the „spiritual“ father of the conference Professor. ** Ing. Vitezslav Hajek, PhD .**, who is also one of the main characters CVVOZE Research Center ** ** (www.uvee.feec.vutbr.cz/CVVOZE/).
This year's conference addressed in particular the following topics:
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Each year the conference was held under the patronage of the dean, which officially launches the entire event. Traditional partners and participants in the event of ATAS ** Electric Nachod, APS and Svetla nad Sazavou, SIEMENS Drasov, EMP sro Slavkov u Brna, Julie Motorenwerke Ltd. ** Moravians in Brno and others. A significant shift to the conference record in the coming days: * "Yes, it is true that we strive for inclusion in the database of conferences, which are rated very important impact factor. I think our conference to the meaning and inclusion in the database, Thomson-Reuters is clear, "adds * ** Professor. Hajek ** with a smile.
Conference is attended by students of the faculty from which it is also becoming a doctoral student at the faculty. * "We try to involve as many young academics and students in these scientific research activities. Young people are our source of inspiration and enthusiasm for another, "adds * ** Professor. Hajek **. The faculty can make applications to the study until 31 March.
Next year's conference will be held on 7 – 8 November 2011 back in Brno in Slapanice. More information about the conference and professional contributions can also be found on http://www.uvee.feec.vutbr.cz/…ence/LVEM10/.
** ** For information about the faculty: Electrotechnical disciplines were first at the technical university, BUT the first time in 1905. Since 1959, when it was founded as an independent faculty of energy, which later transformed into the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, has successfully completed engineering studies at our faculty over 23 000 graduates. In 2001 she received the present name of Science – Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication Technology (FIT) and a year later she conceived the accreditation of new advanced degree programs in a structured study. The faculty has more than 4,400 students in bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree programs. Studying at the faculty is focused on a wide range of scientific areas: control technology and robotics, biomedical engineering, power electronics and electrical engineering, electrotechnology and electronics, microelectronics, and Radioelectronics Teleinformatics.
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