In the hall premises VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava held on Tuesday 12 April 2011 conference entitled Creative Activities Day Region. Its main activity was the presentation of young research and development staff master's and doctoral degree programs, who presented their findings, obtained abroad.
These experiences were able to draw financial support for the Region through a grant program encouraging mobility of students and young research and development staff for 2010. This program is designed for young scientists under 35 years of high school in the Region and the financial support of the claim could have been up to EUR 90 thousand crowns for one calendar year. Among the activities supported by this program, such as short-term stays at foreign universities and research institutions, professional training, participation in international competitions and the final preparation and processing of international projects in research and development.
"This event falls into the improvement of education in our region and promoting young talent. This financial contribution to enable students to travel abroad and gain experience in the international arena, "said Deputy Governor of the Region Vera bat.
Prize of the President received the three best speakers in the field of mobility: in the first place was Ing. Igor Ivan the Technical University of Ostrava, who has studied the factors affecting the health trends of post-industrial areas of Europe, occupied the second place section. Frank Karlik, Ph.D., University of Ostrava, which dealt with the full description of the photodissociation quantum trimers and its application to a model system. Imaginary Mr. occupied the third position. Peter Seďa, Ph.D. of the VSB-TUO his econometric analysis of the impact of financial crisis on financial markets in the Czech Republic.
Prize of the President also received the three best speakers in the field of creative activity: in the first place is located Ing. Mark Mihola from the Technical University of Ostrava, which dealt with the interaction of crossing rivers with roads, second place went to the only girl, Mgr. John Mynářová University of Ostrava for identifying technically gifted children in the Region. In third place is located Ing. Radim Typhula from the Technical University of Ostrava, which introduced a comparison of mathematical model of burning of coal powder with the results obtained in the test tube to Drop.
The conference was attended by many distinguished guests and representatives of the political representation of the Region and representatives of universities operating in the region.
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