New blood among Czech scientists – Tomas Svoboda. A young scientist from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication BUT collecting awards with their knowledge and innovations.
Category winners FUTURA – Solutions for the future, studying the field of biomedical engineering and bioinformatics. In the competition of more than seventy scientific papers won with a proposal rengenového device. Was also highly valued the practical production, not just theoretical. The device can not only X-rays, but CT scans, or cross body.
A young scientist, who at the beginning faced with big problems finally overcame all obstacles and succeeded. * „The hardest thing to find all the necessary information and, consequently, material for production,“ says scientist only twenty. Great support for parents in particular found. Now gaining support, particularly at the Institute of biomedicine and head of that department. „I am glad that I study something that really interested me and what I can in my research to move on,“ praises * ** ** Freedom, who has to go through all the laboratories of the Institute.
The device has several advantages, not only with multifunctionality, but also low production costs. * A similar device is fifty thousand euros, that was my transportation with ten thousand, „she smiles * ** **. Freedom Costs and looking for some parts, however, considered the biggest obstacle. * "I used what I could literally and what I found, for example, eliminated I threw the spotlight.“ *
Czech head this year, dominated the Moravian school, when five of the seven awards away just Moravian school students.
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