Visits by foreign experts at UJEP

UJEP has been actively cooperating with foreign companies for a long time. Several foreign experts visited the University of Ústí as part of the STUVIN project. This has been a great asset to the University, as both the staff and students and the public have the opportunity to meet and discuss each other on a variety of topics. At the same time, the experiences that are used in the creation of new fields of study are shared.

During the solution of the STUVIN project, which is coordinated by the Faculty of the Environment, many internships of FŽP and PřF were mediated and very interesting and important guests came to UJEP. We bring you an overview of the most interesting visitors.

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Nanofibrous structures for medical applications

Thin as a thousandth of a human hair, such as nanofibers. In recent years, references to nanofibrous materials, layers and membranes have become increasingly common and today it is a popular technology that attracts considerable attention. But this has a very good reason…

FIG. 1: Nanofibrous structure (fiber diameters ∼ 600 nm)

Contacts:
Mgr. Jan Malý, Ph.D., jan.maly@ujep.cz, PřF UJEP – KBI
Mgr. David Poustka, davidpoustka@seznam.cz, PřF UJEP – KBI

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Phytotechnology FŽP at an international conference in Poland

MATEQ’s success in phytotechnology research was discussed with experts from across Europe in March at a conference in Poland. FŽP employees and students shared with their colleagues in particular the results of the first three years of solving an international project for the restoration and use of land of former military sites contaminated with heavy metals and conclusions from the first field trials established in the Czech Republic at three locations.

FIG. 1: Miscanthus x giganteus leaf

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UJEP students presented the results of evaluation of Děčín greenery in Dresden

On the last Friday of January, Czech and German students devoted themselves to presenting the final results of the evaluation of the green-blue infrastructure in Děčín. The third and final meeting within the semester student course “Identification and Evaluation of Ecosystem Services Provided by Urban Green and Blue Infrastructure in Děčín” was held at Leibniz Institute for Ecological and Spatial Development in Dresden (IÖR).

The course is organized by IEEP (UJEP-FSE) and is organized within the framework of the Czech-Saxon project Values of Ecosystem Services, Biodiversity and Green Blue Infrastructure in Cities on the Example of Dresden, Liberec and Děčín (BIDELIN, Reg. No. 100282320) funded by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund.

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Contact person: Ing. Jiří Louda, Ph.D., IEEP, Institute for Economic and Ecological Policy, FSE UJEP, jiri.louda@ujep.cz, 608 468 676