Kaunas University of Technology – the largest technical university in Lithuania. Known for its linkages with business, leadership in scientific research, flexible interdisciplinary study programmes and unforgettable study experience, KTU is fast forwarding to becoming an internationally acknowledged institution of higher education.
Kaunas University of Technology is one of the leaders of research and development (R&D) in physical and technology sciences in Lithuania. The results of the research and development performed by KTU researchers in the fields of ultrasound, synthetic chemistry, optoelectronic, measurement, mechatronics, information and communication technology, biomedical and environmental engineering, chemical technology and food sciences, business and management sciences help to create revolutionary solutions to scientific and practical problems: from designing smart appliances and constructing assisting devices for disabled people, to creating ultra precise tools for medical diagnostics and implementing innovations in space and nuclear equipment.
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Vilnius Gediminas Technical University Antanas Gustaitis Aviation Institute
The Aviation Institute was founded in 1993 and is since then lead by prof. habil. dr. Jonas Stankūnas. Specialists of all three study cycles are prepared in the Institute: Bachelor, Master and PhD. It consists of three departments: Aviation Technologies, Aviation Mechanics and Avionics; and Flight Training Unit (with aviation technical maintenance service (145 organisation) and Flight simulator training laboratory), Air Traffic Control Training Unit and Aviation Engineering Practical Training Depot (147 organizacija).It also has an Aviation Specialists’ Qualification Improvement Centre.
Research fields: Management of integrated aircraft diagnostic systems; Transfer of data security methods; Unmanned aircraft performance profiles (Epler program XFOIL, RFOIL, MSES) – unmanned aircraft stability and control; 3-D configuration of unmanned aircraft wings and fuselage (PSW CK-Aero) – computational flow dynamics; Ultrasonic flow rate measurement methods; Manned aircraft in the airspace flow analysis; Unmanned and manned aircraft flow simulation in the air space; Aircraft flow visualization in three dimensions; Research of artificial neural networks for unmanned aircraft management; Rise in air flow identification tests using artificial neural networks; Testing of manned and unmanned aircraft in the air space flight control procedures; Manned and unmanned aircraft interoperability of joint air space research; Various Lithuanian air space models, scenario analysis and experimental research; Needs of navigation services in the Lithuanian air space study and analysis; Modeling of the Lithuanian air space segmentation.
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The main area of JSC “Precizika-MET SC” activities – solar cell manufacturing process technologies. The company has launched first Lithuanian pilot solar cells production line in its Industrial Photovoltaic Laboratory. The equipment, installed in the Laboratory, together with advanced test and measurement equipment enables to master and successfully commercialize fundamental technologies created in scientific research institutions, thus ensuring that only commercially and cost effective technological solutions, already perfected in the laboratory, would be implemented into production.
R&D direction includes monocrystalline silicon solar cell research and development of new technologies. Equipment in the laboratory are projected up to 1 million solar cells annual production capacity. Thus the technical and economic benefits of technological solutions can be evaluated. Other direction of the laboratory activities – services related to development of technological processes and production of the experimental samples of solar cells. The company can offer equipment, know-how and highly qualified staff to customer.
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Arcus Novus UAB specializes in Satellite Broadband solutions and provides with Radio Communication Test Systems. In the satellite branch Arcus Novus UAB focuses on Internet connectivity services and takes part in different Audio & Video broadcast projects providing custom-designed, turn-key solutions of any size. Radio Communication Test Systems department deals with terrestrial broadcast solutions, security communications, as well as signal monitoring.
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TU Delft cooperates with many other educational and research institutions, both in the Netherlands and abroad. The high quality of our research and teaching is renowned. TU Delft has numerous contacts with governments, trade associations, consultancies, industry and small and medium-sized companies.
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TNO (Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research). If you are looking for information on a specific subject or want to find out what TNO could do for you, just select a theme that relates to your field of interest. Once you select a particular subject, you will get the name of a TNO employee who will be able to tell you more. If you are unable to specify your particular field of interest, then simply select the current themes or use the search engine located at the top of this page. And you can, of course, always contact the TNO Infodesk.
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VKI (The von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics) is a non-profit international educational and scientific organisation, hosting three departments (aeronautics and aerospace, environmental and applied fluid dynamics, and turbomachinery & propulsion).
Furthermore, this Center of Excellence operates about fifty different wind tunnels, turbomachinery and other specialized test facilities; some of them being unique. The facilities of the Institute are renowned and VKI is recognized as a world-class research center of excellence by its peers. As an example, VKI and the European Space Agency (ESA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in November 2011 under which VKI acts as a reference laboratory for ESA. This agreement involves 10 research staff and more than 20 PhD students in a continuous effort devoted to the present space transportation missions and the challenges of the future space explorations.
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The internationally renowned Technische Universität Berlin is located in Germany’s capital city at the heart of Europe. Our activities focus on building a distinctive profile, exceptional performance in research and teaching, excellent qualifications for our graduates and a forward-looking administration. The TU Berlin strives to promote the dissemination of knowledge and to facilitate technological progress by adhering to the principles of excellence and quality. Strong regional, national and international networking partnerships with science and industry are an important aspect in this regard.
Research and teaching endeavors can be characterized by a broad spectrum of academic disciplines, ranging from engineering science to natural science, planning science and economics, as well as the humanities and social sciences.
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The TEKEVER Group develops innovative technologies for the Enterprise, Aerospace, Defense and Security Markets. TEKEVER currently has subsidiaries in Europe, Asia, South and North America, focused on developing innovative technology, creating and distributing products, supporting partners and servicing customers around the world.
The Group’s activities are organized in the Information Technology and the Aerospace, Defense and Security Divisions.
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On Feb 28, 2014 nanosatellite LitSat-1, made by the joint team of Lithuanian Space Association, Space Science and Technology Institute and Kaunas University of Technology (KTU), was launched into the orbit. According to the agreement with the U.S. company NANORACKS LLC, LitSat-1 was carried to the International Space Station by Orbital Cygnus resupply mission at Jan 9, 2014 and was launched into the space by robotic arm from Japanese Kibo module.
The main goal of this satellite project, named Mission Lituanica 80 being one of the two first Lithuanian Cubesats, is to perform the test flight and verification of all system components and collect the attitude determination data by gyro, magnetic, solar sensors and GPS receiver. These data will be used in the next Cubesat mission aiming to verify piezoelectric actuators of active satellite attitude control in 2016.
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