Technical University of Liberec

http://www.tul.cz/en

General description of the university

 


Technical University of Liberec
is a dynamic and multidisciplinary university with over 8000 students and about 1300 employees. It consists of seven faculties and one specialized research institute. Top-level research and science, excellence in teaching and interdisciplinary collaboration stand for the Technical University of Liberec since its establishment in 1953. In the field of technology transfer, the Technical University of Liberec has a tradition of research in close cooperation especially with the textile and automotive industries. While connected globally, the University understands its responsibility as an institution uniquely located in Central Europe and engages in cross-border projects.

Description of the faculty

 

 

The Faculty of Mechatronics, Informatics and Interdisciplinary Studies was established in 1995 in order to cover multidisciplinary research and teaching in the fields combining technical disciplines (automatic control, electronics, measurement) with computer science and natural sciences (mathematical modelling of multi-physics processes, nanotechnologies).

http://www.fm.tul.cz/en

Role in TOMOCON

  • Leader of WP 4 Control Systems
  • Training in automatic control theory
  • Control systems based on multi-parametric data and exemplary application to continuous casting
    control (ESR 9)

Key Persons

 

 

 


Doc. Dr. Ing. Mgr. Jaroslav Hlava:
Leader of WP 4 Control Systems; Supervisor of ESR 9; Co-supervisor of ESR 2; Training of ESR 9, ESR 11, ESR 12, ESR 15 in automatic control theory

Ing. Lukáš Hubka, PhD: Training of ESR 9 and ESR 15 in optimal control and identification

Ing. David Krčmařík, PhD: Training of ESR 9 and ESR 11 in electrical impedance tomography methods and data analysis

Prof. Ing. Aleš Richter, CSc.: Co-supervision of ESR 12; Training of ESR 9 and ESR 11 in the theory of soft field tomography operation

Shereen Abouelazayem: ESR 9, Project: Control systems based on multi-parametric data from tomography sensors and exemplary application to continuous casting control