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Automotive Engineering

Automotive engineering stands at the forefront of research and development activities at the NETME Centre.
Focusing on efficiency, sustainability and safety our activities cover a wide range of industry needs. We have specialized groups working in areas such as alternative powertrains, cabin thermal comfort (HVAC), air quality, materials, tribology, virtual industrial design and simulations, to name but a few.
Due to this depth of knowledge, we are well positioned to find answers to a vast array of research plans and roadmaps. Covering all major engineering fields of expertise we are able to offer multidisciplinary research approach and accommodate challenging development plans.

RESEARCH GROUPS

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Aerosol and Spray Technology Group

The research team, led by prof. Jan Jedelský, works on experimental fluid mechanics and is mainly focused on the research, development and testing of

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Additive manufacturing

The Additive Manufacturing team is well established within the NETME Centre. Among other areas, the laboratory provides support in optical digitalization,

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Energy Harvesting

The research team is engaged in developing energy harvesting systems for the needs of modern, wireless applications, such as the internet of things (IoT),

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Fracture mechanics and micromechanics of composite materials

The fracture-mechanics group consists of two senior researchers, one part-time senior researcher, four junior researchers and 2 PhD students. Officially

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Tribology

Tribology research is led by prof. Ing. Ivan Krupka, Ph.D., an internationally recognized expert in the field of tribology. Intense, long-term work led

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