Green innovations in student final theses and semestral projects

Project facts

Project promoter:
Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava(SK)
Project Number:
In implementation
Initial project cost:
Donor Project Partners:
Norwegian University of Science and Technology(NO)

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The project aims to launch close cooperation between the Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology of STU Bratislava and the Faculty of Engineering of NTNU Norway in the field of renewable energy, environmental solutions, and green innovations. The project aims to achieve integration of research and innovation in the field of green technologies into the final theses and student semestral projects and the strengthening the relationship between research, education, and industrial practice. Cooperation with at least two industrial partners will be established. Two scientific workshops and two information and communication events will be organized. Experience and knowledge transfer between partner universities and between universities and industrial partners will also be established. Implementation of the project will have great impact on synergies between research, education, and industrial practice. Both direct and indirect target groups will gain benefits from the project implementation regardless of gender, age, nationality, or any other differences. The target groups involved in seminars and research activities will significantly improve their skills and knowledge, which they will then use in the development and application of new innovative green technologies and cooperation with industrial partners. The project will contribute to gender equality by enabling equal participation of men and women in project activities. Outputs and outcomes of the project will also be available to men and women in the same way. Equal involvement of men and women in research activities focused on green innovative technologies is an interesting contribution to gender development. Activities, results and impacts of the project will be equally accessible to all social groups, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, nationality, or any other form of otherness. Therefore, the project is anti-discriminatory and contributes to the elimination of various forms of discrimination.

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