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Department of Energy Engineering

Department

Focus of the department

The Department of Energy Engineering trains experts for jobs in a wide range of energy engineering fields. Education is focused on issues of production of electricity and heat from fossile, nuclear and renewable sources and energy consumption in industry and in the housing and municipal sphere. Special attention is paid to heat pumps, cooling technology and gas compression. Exceptional emphasis is laid on the economy part of gaining and transformation of energy and its effective use. The department also deals with ecological aspects of the operation of energy engineering equipment aimed at reduction of negative impacts of energy engineering on the environment.

Significant cooperation

The department of Energy Engineering cooperates with many industrial partners and research institutions. This cooperation is focused mainly on research projects with the following companies: Doosan Škoda Power s.r.o., ÚJV Řež a.s., Honeywell spol. s r.o., Škoda JS a.s., OT Energy Services a.s., AF-Consult, we also cooperate on project with research compnies, mainly the Department of Thermodynamics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Department of Chemical Processes of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Department of Physics the Czech Academy of Sciences, Research Center Řež s.r.o. or UJP PRAHA a.s.

Besides research projects the Department of Energy Engineering is engaged in developing and improving study programmes in which it is involved. Of concern is e.g. the project: “Central European Energy Institute“ (CENERGY) of the Operational Programme Education for Competitiveness (OPEC) within the scope of which modules are created of joint education of the CTU in Prague, TU Brno and VŠB-TU Ostrava. The lecture rooms of partners are equipped with state of the art educational technologies and curricula are innovated. This project is a continuation of successfully implemented projects of OPEC: “Partnership in Nuclear Energy Engineering of a New Generation“ and projects OPPA: “Fermi 2010“ and “Effectively and Illustratively – Innovation of Curricula of Sustainable Energy Transformation“

We also keep active cooperation with foreign universities, such as Tokyo Institute of Technology, Universität Stuttgart, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Texas A&M University, University of Massachusetts Lowell, Royal Millitary College Kingston nebo Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University.