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Grant Projects

Pilot plant for the production of new forms based on hyaluronic acid usable in medicine
This project is co-financed by the European Union.

Development of pilot technologies for the production of porous and non-porous forms based on native hyaluronic acid and / or its derivatives.

The project is being carried out in cooperation with Contipro company.



Electric bus drive project with IoT system for urban and interurban transport

This project is financed with state support from the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic and the Ministry of Industry and Trade within the TREND Program.

The aim of the project is to develop an intelligent electric traction unit with high efficiency and other added parameters consisting of a synchronous motor with permanent magnets and a gearbox (reducer) for urban and intercity electric buses, covering with its modular concept of vehicle size from 8 m to 12 m buses. The project will also include the development and implementation of a digital platform for data collection and evaluation (IoT) and the creation of a digital twin electric motor for buses.

The project is being carried out in cooperation with EM Brno and the PATRIC innovation center.


Computational and experimental support of DMLS 3D printing of metal components exposed to multi-axis fatigue loading

This project is co-financed with state support of the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic under the TREND Program.


The professional goal of the project is to develop computational and experimental support for 3D printing of metal components that are exposed to multi-axis fatigue loading. Functional samples of complex and complex (multiaxial) stressed components will be designed, dimensioned, computationally assessed and experimentally verified. Everything is accompanied by the development of a special software module for the assessment of fatigue strength and component life during multiaxial fatigue.

The project is carried out in cooperation with the Regional Institute of Technology of the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen and the Slovak Technical University in Bratislava.


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