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Technical University of Ostrava

Technical University of Ostrava

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  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 101087143
    Overall Budget: 2,499,500 EURFunder Contribution: 2,499,500 EUR

    The objective of project is establishment of a new excellent Centre for Electron Beam Precision Manufacturing (EBEAM Centre) with international research team led by an experienced researcher prof. M.H. Rümmeli - ERA chair, to help exploit the research potential of the use of electron-beams to fabricate and structure new materials at the atomistic level and to enhance performance in research, innovation and education in nanotechnology as well as energy and environmental technologies and visibility of VSB-TUO at international level. The project is also aimed on implementation of structural changes in research environment and science management at VSB-TUO initiated by ERA Chair, to develop a research environment that meets the highest international standard, and on support of young researchers who will strengthen their creative and innovative potential via their engagement in the project and make use of the international dimension of the project for gaining independence and career development. The EBEAM project will have regional and national impacts in terms of research, education, and technology according to Research and Innovation Smart Specialization strategy.

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  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 955326
    Overall Budget: 167,250 EURFunder Contribution: 150,000 EUR

    CzechNight covers Researchers´Nights 2020 in the Czech Republic. The main objective of the Researchers' Night is to give citizens and local communities the opportunity to meet with researchers, learn about their passion for science, the motivation that inspires them, the methods they use, and the results they achieve. It opens doors to the places where scientists work and brings also research to unusual places. At this event young people and adults can get insights into what it is to be a researcher and what kind of cutting-edge technology is used in modern research The key objective of the event is to show research careers as interesting, enriching and useful job that might entail a career path for everyone and to motivate and inspire the youth to enjoy, understand and pursue science and technology. General people, families, teenagers and children will meet and talk with outstanding scientists, see new technologies and innovations and get answers to their questions about science, research and scientific career. It presents impact of science in everyday life, it shows new inventions, technologies and methods which we use in our everyday life, at homes, in the cities, at schools, in medicine, transport etc. The aim is to point out the importance and benefits of research for everyone. Moreover, the researchers will get new point of view and inspiration and generally, it will lead to new questions and answers at both sides.

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  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 101036051
    Overall Budget: 199,000 EURFunder Contribution: 198,575 EUR

    SCIENCzEch 2021: Time for Change is a proposal of The European Researchers? Night in the Czech Republic in 2021. The common main objective of the European Researchers' Night is to give public and local communities the opportunity to meet with researchers, learn about their passion for science, the motivation that inspires them, the methods they use, and the results they achieve. It opens doors to the places where scientists work and also brings research to unusual places. At this event children, young people and adults can get insights into research work, careers and what kind of cutting-edge technology is used in modern research. The specific objective of the event is to show research careers as interesting, enriching and useful job that might entail a career path for everyone and to motivate and inspire the youth to enjoy, understand and pursue science and technology. One of the political priorities of the European Commission is the European Green Deal for the European Union and its citizens, with an aim to tackle climate and environmental-related challenges. This strategy and series of initiatives that will protect the environment, boost the green economy and improve the well-being of people under the European Green Deal for the European Union and its citizens will be promoted by a wide range of activities during the ERN 2021. . "The TIME" with subtitle ?TIME for Change? is going to be the main topic for the Researchers' Night in 2021. The topic refers to the to time in many ways. We are in a time of change, the situation with COVID-19 has shown us how vulnerable a global society is. At the same time, we are facing problems linked to climate change and environmental crises. We question how much time is left for our planet and how to deal with this time responsibly. We perceive that right now is the time for change and science is an important ally and condition for sustainable development.

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  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 254511
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  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 686782
    Overall Budget: 1,757,940 EURFunder Contribution: 1,757,940 EUR

    Aircraft System Prognostic solutions integrated into an airline E2E maintenance operational context. The key objective of the proposal is to demonstrate benefits of aircraft system prognostics solutions integrated into an airline E2E maintenance operational context. This will be achieved by development of following innovative components: • A novel prognostic architecture that includes both on-board and ground elements shall be demonstrated using a large passenger aircraft selected Aircraft System. • Specific prognostics capabilities such as data collection, data processing, symptom generation, failure mode identification and predictive trending shall be demonstrated within an advanced Integrated Health Monitoring and Management (IHMM) system. • A revolutionary augmented reality (AR) mobile tools as gesture recognition, speech recognition and near-to-eye (NTE) displays that aids maintenance execution by bringing the necessary information directly to the engineer at remote repair sites shall be developed and demonstrated. The primary impact of the proposed work shall be to maximize aircraft utilization and achievement of reduction in operational interrupts. We will achieve this by developing a framework allowing Airlines, MROs, OEMs, and Suppliers to share a common understanding of the diagnostic and prognostic health of the aircraft. This program leverages some of ongoing Honeywell work in the area of predictive analytics, connected aircraft architectures, and computer aided maintenance to achieve Large Passenger Aircraft IADP Platform work package 3.6 goals.

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