Faculty of Fisheries and Water Protection is preparing a formal start-South research center of aquaculture and biodiversity hydrocenóz (CENAKVA) and the celebrations of the 90th anniversary of the Research Institute of Fishery and Hydrobiology (RIFCH) Vodnany.
18 May 2011, at the premises and lock AJG Hluboká official meeting held to coincide with the activities of the South Aquaculture Research Center and biodiversity hydrocenóz (CENAKVA) Faculty of Fisheries and Water Protection of the University of South Bohemia and the celebrations of the 90th anniversary of the Research Institute of Fishery and Hydrobiology (RIFCH) Vodnany.
Promised to attend the President of the Senate, Government ministers, MPs of the Parliament and the EU, representatives of embassies in the Republic, President of South Bohemia, guests from the European and World Aqua-culture Society, representatives of fisheries and aquaculture businesses, universities and institutions, and important foreign guests from all continents. Celebrations will continue the workshop on "Diversification in the Inland Finfish Aquaculture (DIFA) organized FROV USB in the sand in 16 – 18 5th 2011th
Bohemian Research Center Aquaculture and biodiversity hydrocenóz (CENAKVA) is the youngest professional department of the Faculty of Fisheries and Water Protection USB, which was established on 1 8th 2010th Its mission is to contribute research to improving conditions in the fisheries and water management in the Czech Republic and Central Europe.
Faculty of Fisheries and Water Protection USB is the most comprehensive of its kind in Europe, with accredited bachelor's, master's and doctoral studies, scholarly and applied research, with the habilitation and professorial rights in fisheries and water protection. Faculty has experimental facilities for study and research in aquaculture, Hydrobiology, toxicology, fish diseases, reproduction, genetics, breeding of fish and crayfish, as well as a unique fishing library. Youngest faculty JU was founded on 1 9th 2009th It consists of the Research Institute of Fisheries and Hydrobiology Vodnany (RIFCH), Institute of Aquaculture in the Czech Budejovice (UA) and 1 8th Bohemian 2010 new aquaculture research center and biodiversity hydrocenóz (CENAKVA). Dean of the Faculty is prof. Ing. Otomar Linhart, DrSc.
** Research Institute of Fisheries and Hydrobiology (RIFCH) ** Research Institute of Hydrobiology and Fisheries was founded in 1921 in Prague. In 1953 he moved to Vodňany since 1996 and is part of the University of South Czech Budejovice. It is the largest and most comprehensive workplace focused on exploratory and applied research particularly in the fisheries sector in the Czech Republic. It has a small farm pond, purpose-built river fishing ground, specialized laboratories, aquarium room, two experimental facilities for research on reproduction, genetics and breeding of fish intensive rearing of fish and crayfish, including recirculating water filtration systems. Its director since 2009 doc. Ing. Paul Kozak, Ph.D.
** Institute of Aquaculture (UA) ** Institute of Aquaculture in the Czech Budejovice, headed by the Director Ing. Vejsada Paul, Ph.D., provides 1 9th 2009 students with a wide range of options narrow specialization in the areas of water, over water protection, to commercial and sport fishing. UA provides primarily educational activities, evaluation of ecological stability of flows and reservoirs, monitoring of biological diversity in streams, fish migration and protection, Hydrobiology and Limnology, feeding fish in pond aquaculture, fish quality assessment and its sensory properties, the determination of textural properties of fish muscle. Since 2013 the institute had aquaculture in the Czech Budejovice have brand new teaching facilities.
Bohemian Research Center Aquaculture and biodiversity hydrocenóz (CENAKVA) CENAKVA Project, whose director is prof. Ing. Otomar Linhart, DrSc. Are financed by the Operational Programme Research and Development for Innovation in the Priority Axis 2 focused on building R & D centers with the implementation date of 1 8th 2010 to 31 12th 2013th Provider subsidies to the project by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports.
** ** CENAKVA Project Budget:
|The total project value||CZK 350 884 956|
|Subsidies Total||273 415 165 CZK|
|Of which from EU Structural Funds||CZK 232 402 890|
|From the state budget||CZK 41,012,275|
The project aims to build a Regional Centre of excellence for R & D (research and development) with international reach especially in Central Europe, which will specialize in the field of aquaculture and biodiversity hydrocenóz and strengthening of basic, applied and technological research in fisheries, including education.
** The center is concentrated in six priority research areas **: 1st The quality of fish meat. 2nd The technology of production of caviar. 3. Innovation-intensive production methods and economically important species of sport fish. 4th Development and continuous innovation of systems for monitoring water quality, using fish and crayfish as bioindicators, with innovative practices in the management of water reservoirs. 5th Innovations for the presence of contaminants in environmental impact assessment for exposed organisms and the possibility of their elimination in wastewater treatment processes. 6th Construction and use of systematic knowledge base for the development of experimental techniques.
** ** Contact: Prof. Ing. Otomar Linhart, DrSc. Faculty of Fisheries and Water Protection University of South Bohemia in the Czech Budejovice Still 728/II, 389 25 Vodnany tel: 387 774 601, e-mail: email@example.com http://www.frov.jcu.cz
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