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The educational project is underway

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One of the largest education projects in the field of human resources in research at the Technical University in Brno is running in full swing. It is a center for research, development and management of advanced sensor technology, which provides the Department of Control and Instrumentation Engineering, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication BUT.

The primary objective of the project is to improve employees' knowledge and Ph.D. students in research management, copyright issues and specific expertise so that these actual and potential future research and development staff were able to effectively build teams and lead research activities in the area of ​​control and sensory systems. A seminar organized by the center is considerable. * "In 2010 we held 25 seminars and workshops attended by 520 candidates from the ranks of scientists from universities and other institutions of research and development. The interest of the seminar demonstrated by the fact that they are attended by participants from both universities in Brno, but also other technical universities, especially from Zlin, Ostrava, Pardubice and Liberec, "* adds principal investigator and project coordinator ** Assoc. Ing. Václavek Paul, Ph.D. **

The project has three main objectives:

1st Enhancing knowledge of research and development for management and research and development organizations, including the relevant legislation so that they can effectively create and lead teams of their activities. 2nd Fixing specific knowledge of research and development both in theoretical disciplines, as well as the current state of field and advanced areas of research. 3rd Understanding existing and potential research and development staff in the academic sphere, research and management practices in the commercial development of industrial organizations in order to effectively forge cooperation on research projects together with industry.

Activity centers were started 1. January 2010, the center will gradually offer a variety of seminars and courses in theoretical sciences (mathematics, physics, control theory, measurement of physical quantities), application of skills (advanced methods for designing embedded systems, DSP programming, systems of measurement) and management skills (project management , copyright, financial management and accounting). These seminars and courses are designed primarily for research and development staff from universities and other research and development institutions, PhD students and talented students of master degree programs, whose activities are focused on the theory and application of automatic control systems, methods of measuring physical variables and measurement systems. Training will be organized in the form of 1–3 day intensive courses and seminars on specialized topics. * Select a workshop and mark it for the best is very difficult. Continually perform quality evaluation based on feedback from participants in seminars, and workshops have all made extremely great success. The interests of the participants were probably the most successful seminar on „Selected Topics in control theory of linear systems (lecturer Prof. Ing. Vladimír Kučera, DrSc., Dr.hc) "and“ state estimation of stochastic systems (lecturer Prof. Ing. Miroslav Simandl, PhD.). In both cases, highly specialized content of the seminar topics on the borderline between mathematics and control engineering, and lecturers are leading professionals in the field, "* adds Václavek **. **

The project continues its work in 2011, in which the center is preparing a series of seminars and courses in control engineering, measurement systems, mathematics, physics as well as project management, finance and environment. * „We also plan to organize two workshops at which scientists will be able to exchange information about interesting issues dealt with in research projects at individual workplaces,“ * explains the research team plans ** Assoc. Armillaria **.

Activity centers were started 1. January 2010, the center will gradually offer a variety of seminars and courses in theoretical sciences (mathematics, physics, control theory, measurement of physical quantities), application of skills (advanced methods for designing embedded systems, DSP programming, systems of measurement) and management skills (project management , copyright, financial management and accounting). These seminars and courses are designed primarily for research and development staff from universities and other research and development institutions, PhD students and talented students of master degree programs, whose activities are focused on the theory and application of automatic control systems, methods of measuring physical variables and measurement systems. Training will be organized in the form of 1–3 day intensive courses and seminars on specialized topics. * Select a workshop and mark it for the best is very difficult. Continually perform quality evaluation based on feedback from participants in seminars, and workshops have all made extremely great success. The interests of the participants were probably the most successful seminar on „Selected Topics in control theory of linear systems (lecturer Prof. Ing. Vladimír Kučera, DrSc., Dr.hc) "and“ state estimation of stochastic systems (lecturer Prof. Ing. Miroslav Simandl, PhD.). In both cases, highly specialized content of the seminar topics on the borderline between mathematics and control engineering, and lecturers are leading professionals in the field, „* adds Václavek **. **. The project is a great interest among young scientists. More than half of participants in seminars and courses are students and talented doctoral students, master's and bachelor's degree. Motivation of the target group of the project is obvious – the effort to strengthen the expertise to enable the participation of young scientists in the OP RDI attractive projects, such as the Central Institute of Technology. * "I participated in several seminars and I can honestly say that I was very pleasantly surprised. The current offer seminars and courses are very difficult to choose one that will really bring something and those that I visited the Centre for Development elektrofakultě among the best of the "* adds one of the regular course participants. Why is it appropriate to register and participate in these seminars shows the answer doc. Vaclavka: * "The workshops and courses organized by the center staff can research and development to acquire knowledge in a wide area covering both the purely technical issues, as well as in project management fundamentals and teamwork. All the action centers are professionally prepared, the basis is always a careful choice of topic and speaker seminars. Attention is devoted to advanced topics, which are often difficult to manage them are simply self-. Lecturers of the seminar are always leading experts on the issue, whether in academia, but often also experience. Based on the attendance of our events, it seems that even though we're headed for more difficult problems, while the popular party themes we leave now, this strategy is to target the project's bene­fits. “*

Project Development Research Center for advanced control and sensor technologies CZ.1.07/2.3.00/09­.0031 is handled under the Operational Programme Education for Competitiveness, an area 2.3 – Human resources in research and development. The project is executed at the Technical University, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication Technology, Institute of Automation and Instrumentation in collaboration with a number of external lecturers. Project will run until the end of 2013 under funding from the ESF and national budget of the Czech Republic. Even after this date will continue the activity center, the center of the concrete structure and the pattern of financing is still being prepared.

** ** 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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** ** Press contact:

** ** George Wagner Public relations manager Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication Technology BUT GSM: 604504695 mail: wagner@feec.vutbr.cz www.feec.vutbr.cz




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