Reports on research grant solutions for young scientists at TUKE for 2022, which had been sent to the Department of Science, Research and Doctoral Studies of TUKE, were carefully assessed by Prof. Ing. Ivo Petráš, DrSc., the Chairman of the TUKE Commission for Science and Research. The results of the final evaluation were forwarded to the Rector of TUKE.
All seven projects which were funded in this call for the project‑solving period from 1 January 2022 to 31 December 2022 have been completed as a result of the final evaluation – the project objectives have been successfully met.
01/TUKE/2022: High‑entropy alloys for hydrogen storage, responsible investigator: Ing. Dagmara Varcholová, Faculty of Materials, Metallurgy and Recycling TUKE
02/TUKE/2022: UAV Carbon Cub – a flying platform for research and development of intelligent avionics, responsible investigator: Ing. Šimon Karaffa, Faculty of Aeronautics TUKE
03/TUKE/2022: Research and implementation of a low‑pressure hydrogen storage system in a three‑track vehicle, responsible investigator: Ing. Lukáš Tóth, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering TUKE
04/TUKE/2022: Redox properties of metal nanoobjects and the effect of their size on their electrochemical response in simulated biomedical environments, responsible investigator: Ing. Peter Slovenský, PhD., Faculty of Materials, Metallurgy and Recycling TUKE
05/TUKE/2022: Physical justification for the elements creation of parasitic architecture “What if architecture was able to design, grow and evolve itself?”, responsible researcher: Ing. Tomáš Baroš, Faculty of Civil Engineering TUKE
06/TUKE/2022: Development of biodegradable zinc alloys for biomedical applications, responsible investigator: Ing. Wanda Mamrilla, rod. Miženková, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering TUKE
07/TUKE/2022: AAIE – Acceleration of artificial intelligence at the edge of the network, responsible investigator: Ing. Alexander Brecko, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics TUKE