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Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication Brno University of Technology www.feec.vutbr.cz
Faculty of Electrical Engineering History Faculty of Electrical Engineering was established in 1959 720 students, 18 academic staff, 5 departments: Antoninska 1 Department of Radioengineering, Department of Line Engineering, Department of Electrical Power Engineering, tr. Obrancu miru Department of Electrical Engineering Theory, Department of Electrical Machines. 2
Faculty (FEEC) is the 3rd biggest on Brno University of Technology (BUT) 12 departments, 220 academic staff, research and development, 4000 students in full-time and part-time study : 2 bachelor study programme, 6 study areas, 2 master study programme, 9 study areas, 1 doctoral study programme, 9 study areas. Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication in 2011 3
FEEC relocation to the campus Technicka Technicka 10 Technicka 12 Technicka 8 4
Structured study at FEEC BUT European Credit Transfer System 3 years bachelor study 180 credits, 2318 students, 2 years master study 120 credits, 1285 students, 4 years doctoral study 442 students. 5 5
Bachelor study programme Electrical, Electronic, Communication and Control Technology Automation and Measurement, Electronics and Communication, Microelectronics and Technology, Power Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Teleinformatics. 6
Master study programme Electrical, Electronic, Communication and Control Technology 7 Biomedical and Ecologic Engineering, Cybernetics, Control and Measurements, Electrical Manufacturing and Management, Electrical Power Systems, Electronics and Communications, Microelectronics, Power Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Telecommunication and Informatics.
Doctoral study programme Electrical Engineering and Communication 8 Biomedical Electronics and Biocybernetics, Cybernetics, Control and Measurements, Electronics and Communications, Mathematics in Electrical Engineering, Microelectronics and Technology, Physical Electronics and Nanotechnology, Power Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Teleinformatics, Theoretical Electrical Engineering.
Bachelor study programme Biomedical Technology and Bioinformatics Interdisciplinary study programme 9 Cooperation with Medical Faculty of Masaryk University Medical sciences Medical devices +
Master study programme Biomedical Engineering and Bioinformatics Interdisciplinary study programme 10 Accreditation of doctoral programme Biomedical Technology and Bioinformatics Study stay on clinics
Bachelor study programme 11 New accreditations English in Electrical Engineering and Informatics Sound Direction and Sound Engineering
12 Research and Development Specializations Automation and embedded systems, Biomedical engineering, Electrical Technology, Microelectronics, Power electrical engineering, Radio electronics and satellite communication, Telecommunication.
Financial support of R&D at FEEC in 2010 (total 221 mil CZK / 9 mil EUR) 13
Research and Development International Achievements 14 Control station for experimental communication satellites AMSAT Communication modules for International Space Station Rescue robots Orpheus for extreme conditions
Research and Development Important research programmes financed by Ministry of Education 15 Advanced Electronic Communication Systems and Technologies, Intelligent Systems for Automation, New Trends in Microelectronic Systems and Nanotechnologies, Sources, Accumulation and Optimization of Energy Exploitation in the Conditions of Permanently Sustainable Growth.
Research and Development Recent European projects 16 HIRF – High Intensity Radiated Fields – Synthetic Environment Department of Radioengineering, Alenia Aeronautica, University of York, Hellenic Aerospace Industry S.A., Dassault Aviation, Politecnico di Torino,...
Research and Development Recent European projects 17 SMARTFUEL ADSP - Automated Digital Fuel System Design and Simulation Process –Department of Microelectronics, –CSRC, spol. s.r.o., –Autoflug GmbH, –Eurocopter Deutschland GmbH. CREDO – Cabine Noise Reduction by Experimental and Numerical Design Optimization –Department of Automation and Measurement, –Eurocopter Deutschland GmbH, –Dassault Aviation, –Alenia Aeronautica.
Research and Development Operational programmes finanaced by EU Centre's of excellence 18 Central European Institute of Technology 300 mil. EURO, 6 cooperating institutes, starting 2011, new laboratories 2014.
Research and Development Operational programmes financed by EU Regional centres 19 Centre for Research and Utilization of Renewable Energy (12 mil. EURO) prof. Vladimir Aubrecht Electromechanical energy conversion Chemical and photovoltaic energy Generation, transmission, distribution and use of electrical energy
Research and Development Operational programmes financed by EU Regional centres 20 Research of base-band layer of communication systems: (sub)millimeter- wave propagation, radiation, amplification, filtering and mixing; Research of system layer of communication systems: mobile systems, optical systems, satellite systems, and digital TV systems; Research of convergence of information and communication technologies; Research of acquisition, processing and representation of communication signals to users (acoustic signals, video signals, text information and their combination in multimedia); Research of sensing and detecting chemical and biological substances, and physical quantities to be transmitted by communication channels. Centre of sensor, information and communication systems (14.5 mil. EURO) prof. Zbynek Raida
21 Development projects of Ministry of Industry and Trade (ON Semiconductor, …) European Framework Programmes (Siemens, …) Service (T-Mobile, E.ON, …) Development of educational labs (Honeywell, …) Support of talented students innovative projects (Tyco, Honeywell, ABB) Support of courses (IBM, Cisco, …) Research and Development Industry and cooperation with FEEC
Better quality of education according to international standards and Czech laws, more international R&D projects, interdisciplinary cooperation, more cooperation with industry. 22 Planned activities