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Field of research

Scientific profile of Department of Theoretical electrical engineering and Electrical measurement is oriented towards this fields:

  • Research of electrical, magnetic and structural properties of massive samples and thin layers or lanthanides, especially on low temperatures.

Widening the basic knowledge about lanthanides and their thin layers is the main goal of this scientific-research work. This physically very rich group has great possibilities of application and still contributes to creation of modern progressive ferromagnetic materials, not just in area of high-current electrical engineering (permanent magnets with high value of energetic product) but even in low-current area in form of high capacity record mediums for PC, very sensitive sensors of magnetic fields, magnetosctrict materials and high-temperature supraconductors. Is is an experimental study of electrical, magnetic and structural properties of lanthanides in extreme conditions ? in wide temperature interval from 4,2K to room temperature and in strong magnetic fields with induction between 0 T to 9 T. This problematics which was oriented on research of basic properties was solved in three research tasks of State plan of basic research, one department´s task and seven tasks of granted research.

  • Electromagnetic compatibility.

The goal of this scientific-research activity is the analysis and quantification of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) problems in building industry, especially focused on current and perspective technological procedures, construction materials and project solutions which begin to integrate high level of electronics. Based on analysis, suggest recommendations for increased quality EMC of newly proposed project solutions.

  • Research and development of elasto-magnetic force sensors and relevant measurement equipment.

The goal of this scientific-research activity is to improve metrologic properties of elasto-magnetic force sensors, experimentally determine optimal conditions for their usage with relevant measurement equipment and specify the theoretical solution of different types of sensors based upon their shape. This area represents the application of research. Two author´s manifests were realized, six research tasks were solved, two of them were from ?State plan of technical development? and six tasks based on HC for companies.

  • Risk factors of neurodegeneration: morfologic-function observations of alcohol and electromganteic radiation effects on rat´s brain.

The olfactory dysfunction is among the first signs of serious neurodegenerative disorder, and appears prior to the disease clinical manifestation. It is evident, that alcohol is a neurotoxic agent and increases the risk for neurodegenerative diseases particularly in newborn and in females. Yet we don?t know the electromagnetic radiation (EMR) influence, especially its long-term effects on extraordinarily complex and sensitive human brain. We hypothesize that EMR, like alcohol intoxication, influences the process of proliferation and degeneration in the rat brain, and induces olfactory dysfunction. The aim of our project is to find out whether and how the frequencies of EMR, used by the mobile phone operators, influences these processes in brain. We will search for morphological differences, which would be considered as a specificity of age and gender dependent sensitivity to neurodegeneration, and could help to understand relations between proliferation and anosmia or neurodegeneration and anosmia. We expect that our results extent knowledge about the risk factors influence on nervous tissue, which is very important at solving the fundamental question about the possible risks of mobile phones, nowadays the most distributed EMR emitters, using. Nota bene, we hope that our results will help in recognition and prevention of the health risks rather than fight against exploring of new technologies.

  • Modern virtual, inteligent and automated measurement and control systems.

The goal of this scientific activity is problem analysis, creation of solution suggestion,  tasks specification and parameters determination of individual parts of control of mechatronic systems via Internet. The work is aimed at security problems, transmission functions definitions of individual control blocks and determination of limit boundaries for systems controlled in real time.

Cooperation with abroad

• Institute of Electromechanics, energy saving, and automatic control systems, Kremenchuk Mykhaylo Ostrogradskiy State University, Kremenchuk, Ukraine
• ZČU Plzeň, Česká republika
• Univerzita vo Valencii, Španielsko
• ČVUT Praha, Česká republika
• Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland
• Univerzita A. Mickiewicza, Poznaň, Poľsko
• Univerzita v Budapešti, Maďarsko
• Akadémia vied Českej republiky
• Stefan cel Mare Univerzita, Suceava, Rumunsko
• Univerzita Hartz, Nemecko
• Univerzita v Miškolci, Maďarsko
• Politechnika Czestochowska, Poľsko
• Univerzita vo Florencii, Taliansko
• Univerzita v Drážďanoch, Nemecko
• Inštitút molekulárnej fyziky, Poľská akadémia vied, Poznaň, Poľsko

Cooperation with companies

Magna Steyr, Gratz, Austria
• Volkswagen, Slovakia
• LVD II Slovakia - Unicorn Tornaľa
• Molex Slovakia, a.s.
• SPP, a.s.
• US Steel, Košice

Membership of department´s employees in important authorities and organizations

• Česká vákuová spoločnosť
• Slovenská vákuová spoločnosť
• Fyzikálna vedecká spoločnosť, SR
• Redakčná rada časopisu "Kvalita, inovácia, prosperita"
• Redakčná rada časopisu "Acta Electrotechnica et Informatica"
• Slovenská elektrotechnická spoločnosť
• Slovenské technické normalizačné komisie
• Vedecká rada Fakulty elektrotechniky a informatiky
•Odborové a spoločné odborové komisie pre doktorandské štúdium



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