TBU CPS with prof. Ing. Petr Sáha as a lead is coordinator of international M-ERA.NET project LiBASED together with 2 partners Polymer Institute, Slovak Academy of Sciences PISAS (dr. Mária Omastová) and Sabancı University Nanotechnology Research and Application Center SUNUM (dr. Alp Yürüm). Dr. Viera Pechancová is responsible for project management.
Successful scientist Natalia E.Kazantseva was appointed the first Adjunct Professor at Tomas Bata University in Zlín by TBU Rector, Vladimír Sedlařík, on 1 October 2020. Natalia E. Kazantseva succeeded in the arduous process of professorial appointment procedure held in front of TBU Scientific Board.
“An Adjunct Professor may only be appointed by a higher education institution which has received the so-called institutional accreditation. TBU was one of the first universities in the Czech Republic to successfully fulfil the requirements for its acquisition. The position of an Adjunct Professor is intended for experts who have already gained a similar position abroad or who have many years’ practical experience. In case of Natalia E. Kazantseva, these requirements have been fulfilled without question, and I am greatly delighted that such a world-class scientist works at Tomas Bata University,” said Vladimír Sedlařík, TBU Rector.
Tomas Bata University in Zlín (TBU) was admitted as a new member of the European Energy Research Alliance (EERA).
On 17 April 2020, TBU was admitted as a new member of the European Energy Research Alliance (EERA) consortium under the Energy Storage joint program based on online voting.
In connection with the new Rector's Decree No. RR/7/2020, which responds to an emergency measure of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic, I would like to clarify matters concerning the operation of CPS:
We are wishing you a Christmas filled with love, joy and peace. We look forward to futher cooperation in 2020.
Assoc. Prof. Karel Havlíček, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic, visited Tomas Bata University in Zlín (TBU) on 7 November 2019. He met both representatives of schools and of local business and industry. At TBU, which is an example of a working link between education and practice, they dealt with the issue of creative industry, among other topics. Support of technology-oriented professions, investment in research and development as well as intents of TBU and of the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MIT) in future were discussed as well. During his visit, the Minister was accompanied by Lukáš Trčka, Director of the Regional Office of the CzechInvest company, and by Filip Terš, Director of the Office of the Minister of Industry and Trade.