Energy and Resources

The development, distribution and storage of more efficient and affordable energy is a critical part of a sustainable future.
As one of the core units of the NETME Centre, the Energy and Resources group connects every link in the power conversion chain, ranging from analysing and processing energy resources, through researching the next generation of energy production facilities down to sophisticated methods of storing energy and consuming it efficiently.

Our team has a proven track record of analysing, designing and optimising energy grids on a system level. Combining skills in thermodynamics, heat transfer, and fluid flow analysis as well as in mechanical design, prototyping and validation, the NETME Centre seeks to find answers to the challenges facing the power industry.



Waste to energy group

The activities of the research team focuses on the issue of energy recovery from waste in the broader context of waste management. Using unique


Energy Intensive Processes

The research team is concerned with the effective use of resources (energy, water, raw materials and labor) in industrial processes. Using various


Engineering Analysis

The Engineering Analysis group focuses on experimental, computational and consulting services in the areas of reliability assessment and possible


Special electric machinery

The research group dedicated to special electric machinery is led by doc. Ing. Čestmír Ondrůšek, CSc., widely renowned expert in power engineering,

Optický tribometr


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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