Most Significant Scientific Footprints of TUL Researchers at ResearchGate
|Over USD 1.5 million income from licensing patents and contract research in 2015|
|Partner of Skoda Volkswagen and ČEZ|
|Science and Research - More than 25% of the total activity of the TUL|
|Over 100 projects worth almost USD 3 million|
|Forerunners in nanotechnology - nanofibres and nanoparticles|
The list of patents can be accessed on the pages of the European Patent Office.
OUR FOCUS, OUR OUTLOOK
The north of the Czech Republic is known for textile, glass, chemical and automotive industries and for coal and uranium mining. Ever since its foundation in 1953, the Technical University in Liberec has shaped its research focus on the needs of these industries, strong ties to the local companies and their impact on the local environment and ecology.
CENTRE FOR TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
The Centre for Technology Transfer focuses on the transfer of knowledge and the commercialisation of the outputs of science and research. One of the main aims is to bring together the world of business and the world of academia.
THE INSTITUTE FOR NANOMATERIALS, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION is a research centre of the Technical University of Liberec (TUL). Its aim is to contribute to the development of the region, which is traditionally oriented to technical industries. The Institute connects the laboratories of the technical disciplines at TUL and cooperation with major players in industry. Research programs are focused on areas of material research and competitive engineering with an emphasis on the usability of the research and development results in practice. To search for a specific person or 3D visualization of our building use this application. If you are intereste in coperation, kindly contact Mgr. Adam Blažek, MBA, email - firstname.lastname@example.org, or tel. +420485353950