- Department of Automation, Informatics and Instrumentation, SjF STU, doc. Belavý (coordinator)
- Department of Information Engineering and Process Control, IIEAM FCPT STU, doc. Fikar
- Institute of Control and Industrial Informatics, FEI STU, doc. Huba
The main aim of the project is to improve quality of employment and
competitivness od Bratislava region via development of education and
support of PhD students and young researchers. The project is focused
on industrial automation, current and prospective industrial parks and
institutions not only in the target region but in the whole Slovakia
Education is targeted to motivation of PhD students in modern
automation in automotive, process, biotechnological, and energetical
industries. The main aspect is to make possible to study at the most
advanced institutions in Europe icluding not only universities but
industries as well.
Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava is the mayor player in
PhD studies related to automation and information technologies. It
implements PhD programs in machinery, elektrotechnics, communications,
energetics, chemistry, chemical and biochemical engineering. The
support of further studies of PhD students in this field is one of the
key issues in direction towards knowledge and information economics in
Concrete activities within the project
Improvement of education and support of specifically oriented PhD
students and young researchers in the area od automation, telematics
and related industries in Slovakia. This will be accomplished by study
stays at the most advanced industrial companies and universities in
Europe and thus a new knowledge will be gained that cannot be obtained
in Slovakia. On the other hand, this will improve competitivness and
quality of employment of industries in Bratislava region.
Transfer of on-line knowledge via Internet to other regions in Slovakia,
educational portal in automation and information technologies.
The information acquired at foreign universities will be transformed
and used in preparation and realisation of engineering study
programs: Autotronics, Mechatronics, Transport techniques, Robotics,
Automation and information engineering in chemical and food
industries. These programs are developed with aim of theoretical and
practical training of specialists in new areas of automotive and
process industries with influence of information technologies.
Preparation and education of your researchers in specific themes of
research and development in automation and telematics in Bratislava
region and in Slovakia that will be able to participate in
multinational networks and international communities.
Support of transfer of new technologies in information engineering,
automation, and telematics from Europe to concrete departments of the
university and thus better conditions for targeted theoretical and
practical education for research and development.