StudKon 2020 at UJEP for the third time

The third year of the conference, at which mainly doctoral students present the results of their work and debate with experienced experts, took place on June 29, 2020 at the UJEP Faculty of Environment. As in previous years, the Faculty of the Environment and the Faculty of Science of UJEP cooperated in the organization.

This year, a total of 25 students or recent graduates of doctoral programs at the FŽP and PřF spoke at the STUDKON conference, and approximately 30 guests from the field council, trainers, consultants and other experts working outside UJEP also took part. For the first time, first-year students of the newly accredited innovative programs Environmental Chemistry and Technology (FŽP), Applied Nanotechnology and Computer Modeling in Science and Technology (PřF) also had the opportunity to participate. The topic of the contributions was very varied. It included, for example, mapping of polluted dam and river sediments, phytoremediation using energy plants, nanotechnology for biomedical use, preparation and characterization of new materials, computer modeling of various processes and much more.

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We wrote about last year’s conference here.

PLPR conference moved from Texas to Usti nad Labem

Our University organizes a conference of the International Academic Association on Planning, Law, and Property Rights (PLPR). The conference starts on Monday, February 17th and the program will run throughout the week with the participation of many distinguished experts from around the world.

The main speakers of the conference are:

Dr.-Ing. habil. Karina Pallagst
Ing. Karel Maier, CSc.
Prof. RNDr. Jaroslav Koutsky, Ph.D.

The program of all activities for the whole week can be found here.

In connection with the conference, the Faculty of Socio-Economics, in cooperation with the Re-vision movement, published an English translation of the Ústí-Labem – Post-industrial Diamond educational brochure.

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High-speed line Prague-Ústí is a bit closer

Would you be willing to pay double if your trip to work was twice as fast? When will we get to Prague from Ústí nad Labem in less than half an hour? What other benefits can the construction of the region’s high-speed line bring?

Source: ČT24 (High-speed lines will be built in six years, the head of SŽDC promised the Minister, 13 May 2019)

The project is implemented in the Program for the Support of Cross-Border Cooperation between the Czech Republic and the Free State of Saxony 2014–2020 co-financed by the European Union. Its leader is the Railway Administration. J. E Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem, together with the Czech Geological Survey, is one of the Czech partners.

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The importance of greenery and water for quality of life in the city

The Czech-Saxon project BIDELIN hosts a conference that will culminate in the three-year effort of FSE, IEEP and LIOR scientists in the fields of green and blue infrastructure, ecosystem services, climate change and quality of life. The meaning of these terms and experience with their fulfillment will be presented on November 28 at UJEP.

The conference The importance of green and blue infrastructure for the quality of life in cities will take place on November 28, 2019 at the UJEP Multifunctional Center, in the purple auditorium at the university campus.

Registration for the conference by e-mail to by November 14, 2019.

The conference will speak Czech and German (simultaneous interpretation provided).

Participation in the conference is free of charge.

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Future of Energy Systems on Local and Regional Level

We invite you to a conference co-organized by the Czech-Austrian Expert Group on Energy, which will take place on November 25-26 in Prague and will focus on the future of energy systems at local and regional level.

In Europe, there are a growing number of initiatives to promote the use of renewable energy, which have been produced near their place of consumption. There are an increasing number of cities and regions that want to be energy self-sufficient through Renewable energy sources (RES).

The conference will take place at the following locations in Prague:

  • 25. 11. 2019 from 13:30 from 18:00 at the Austrian Embassy in Prague, Kanovnická 70/4 (Hložků Palace of Žampach), focused on partial aspects of consumption, production and support of renewable resources.
  • 26. 11. 2019 from 9:00 to 13:00 at Hotel Amarilis in Prague, Štěpánská 18, experts on decentralization of energy systems will present and examples of successful practice from abroad will be presented.

We organize the conference in cooperation with the Czech-Austrian Expert Group on Energy (, which was appointed by the governments of both countries in 2002 to initiate a professional discussion of current energy issues among experts from the Czech Republic, Austria and others. countries.

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Greenery in the municipality and cities of the Ústí Region

In November 6 – 7 there will be an environmental conference on greenery in cities, which is primarily intended for representatives of cities and municipalities in the Ústí Region and is open to the public. The venue is the Výstaviště Zahrada Čech Litoměřice.

Public greenery is an important element of the living space of the population, which significantly affects the life of the entire population. Its creation and maintenance is not only the task of administrators of public greenery, but of many other fields. The aim of the conference is to draw attention to these contexts.

The conference will be opened by Jan Macháč from the Faculty of Socio-Economic UJEP with a lecture on “Greenery in municipalities as a multifunctional measure in the light of adaptation to climate change”.

The evening program will include the announcement of the nationwide competition PARK OF THE YEAR 2019. The competition is organized by the Association for the Establishment and Maintenance of Greenery –‑soutezi/.

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PhD students of the Faculty of Science succeeded at the CHISA conference

The 66th CHISA 2019 Conference of Chemical and Process Engineering brought success to several students of the UJEP Faculty of Science. It took place on 21 – 24 October 2019 at the Sec dam, attended by students of two doctoral study programs, namely the programs of Applied Nanotechnology (Petr Ryšánek, Monika Benkocká, Simona Lupínková) and Computer Methods in Science and Technology (Eliška Rezlerová, Šárka Dědičová, Jan Dočkal).

The conference was organized by the Czech Society of Chemical Engineering.

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Conference StudKon

The second year of the student conference for students of science and technical doctoral study programs of UJEP was attended by the new generation of scientists of our university.

Students of doctoral programs at the faculties of the Faculty of Environment, the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering presented the results of their research work at the second year of the StudKon 2019 Conference, which was held in June this year. The conference was held under the auspices of the Rector of UJEP Martin Baleje and was also attended by students of Environmental Analytical Chemistry (FZP) and Applied Nanotechnology (FSci), which were successfully re-accredited this year for another 10 years within the STUVIN project.

All information about the conference can be found on its website.

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