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Technical work on the rise

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An interesting position in the labor market, students of technical disciplines, especially electrical ones, which are of great interest. Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication BUT adds to the attractiveness of its students and graduates through cooperation with companies to equip classrooms and labs with specialized equipment.

One such device is a scanning nanomikroskop TESCAN MIRA LMU, the microscope was almost five million and are among the best in its category. The microscope, students can try out surface analysis with great resolution (1.5 nm). Microscope brings many useful practices that students can try, such as lithography – create a large number of themes to very small areas and more. On this and other appliances students acquire specific skills and knowledge. This makes it just may develop in the partner companies that employ students. Among the partners are companies such as ABB, Honeywell, FEI Company, CEZ and many others. Faculty also ensure the language proficiency of students, especially professionally. If you chttějí students establish a truly great chance to succeed in the labor market, they can still submit applications to study at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering to 31 March 2011. More information about the study and faculty to find

** ** For information about the faculty: Electrotechnical disciplines were first at the technical university, BUT the first time in 1905. Since 1959, when it was founded as an independent faculty of energy, which later transformed into the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, has successfully completed engineering studies at our faculty over 23 000 graduates. In 2001 she received the present name of Science – Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication Technology (FIT) and a year later she conceived the accreditation of new advanced degree programs in a structured study. The faculty has more than 4,400 students in bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree programs. Studying at the faculty is focused on a wide range of scientific areas: control technology and robotics, biomedical engineering, power electronics and electrical engineering, electrotechnology and electronics, microelectronics, and Radioelectronics Teleinformatics.

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** ** Press contact:

** ** George Wagner Public relations manager Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication Technology BUT GSM: 604504695 mail:

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