V rámci projektu „Image In Life“ zameraného na porozumenie správaniu buniek pri vývoji zložitých živých organizmov prostredníctvom analýzy 4D mikroskopického obrazu sa otvára 14 doktorandských pozícií v šiestich európskych krajinách.
Team of STU (Prof. Finka, Assoc. Prof. Petríková, Dr. Ondrejička, Dr. Jamečný, Dr. Ondrejičková) is co-organising series of 8 workshops in Sri Lanka cities Colombo and Kandy within the approved project of the European Union ERASMUS + International credit Mobility (ICM)
Language Centre of the Institute of Lifelong Learning (ILLL) of Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava (STU) offers a course / Module Slovak Language, level A, for foreign applicants.
On 20 December 2016, doc. Š. Stanko, the STU vice-Rector, and representatives of the STU Department of International Relations received Ms. Cécile Nouvel of ENSIC-Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Industries Chimiques (Nancy, France), Mr. Francois-Xavier Mortreuil, Attaché for the university, scientific, and professional cooperation of the French Institute in Slovakia, and Ms. Martina Saganová of the Embassy of France in Slovakia.
Project includes the Slovak University of Technology. The aim is to obtain a scientific evidence of chemical substances in human body.
Scientists test buildings in wind tunnel and rain chamber and other new laboratories.
Researchers at STU are developing the methods of removing the residues of medicines, drugs, viruses, and antibiotic-resistant bacteria from water. They consider chemical forms of cleaning, use of nanodiamond layers, ferrates, photoactive powders, as well as the application of biological forms of aquatic plants. Some procedures will be protected by patents.
The STU Department of International Relations in collaboration with the STU faculties and Rector's Office has won a two-year Erasmus+ KA107 project within the 2016 call “University student and staff mobility between the Programme Countries and Partner Countries (non-EU)”, so called International Credit Mobility.
On 21September 2016, the STU Department of International Relations (UMV) organized a meeting with the foreign mobility students (mostly Erasmus+) studying at the STU in Bratislava in the winter semester of the academic year 2016/17.
Leoben University representatives in STU.
On 9 - 11 June 2016, a delegation of the BILGI University of Istanbul, Turkey, headed by the University Rector, Prof. Dr. Mehmet Durman visited STU.
A ceremonial session of the STU Scientific Board associated with awarding Imre J. Rudas the honorary degree of Doctor Honoris Causa took place on Monday, 20 June 2016.
BRATISLAVA, 5 May 2016 - Johann-Dietrich Wörner, Director-General of the European Space Agency (ESA) and Peter Plavčan, Minister of the SR Education, Science, Research and Sport were welcomed to the Slovak University of Technology by Robert Redhammer, the STU Rector.
The Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava ranked among the top 500 world's elite universities for Computer Science. In the recently published 2016 QS World University Rankings it has ranked between positions 401 and 450 in the category Computer Science and Information Systems. You can view the rankings here.
The Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology has an exceptional position in the system of Slovak university education. It is the only faculty providing complete university education based on first-rate chemical-engineering and natural science theoretical foundations, educating engineers for all fields of chemical and food processing industry.
The University has opened new research pavilions with laboratories at the Faculty of Materials Science in Trnava: Slovak Ion Centre called SlovakION and Research Institute for automation and informatisation of manufacturing processes.
Eight member delegation from the Socialist Republic of Vietnam visited STU on 16 November 2015. The delegation was led by Nguyen Dac Vinh - Chairman of the National Committee of Youth of Vietnam, ...
The European Higher Education Fair Kazakhstan 2015 was held on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 September in the city of Almaty, Kazakhstan. The Fair brought together 80 exhibitors (higher-education institutions and national agencies and embassies) from across the European Union to promote their education systems and studying opportunities in EU.
The unique invention of biodegradable plastics from renewable materials attracted the attention of wide public and companies. The latter intend to use the invention in production.
We want to inform you that there is now a portal on the web page for companies that are partners of the faculty