The Council for Commercialization at UP successfully completed the last seven sub-projects within the framework of a university-wide project supported by the TACR GAMA TG01010080 program “Effective transfer of UPOL knowledge into practice”, which lasted from 2014 to 2019. The main objective of the project The R&D of Palacký University in Olomouc has been completely […]
UP Technology Park starting this semester begins regular training in commercialization, which are intended for employees of UP and PhD students. The current date of the training is 16.10.2019 and you can register on the VTP UP website.
Tooth models, which should be better done for future dentists, will make the largest 3D printer in Moravia for the Olomouc Faculty of Medicine. It belongs to Palacký University of Science and Technology. According to the faculty management, this is the only project of its kind in the Czech Republic.
The SURface water condensing measuring system, the Austenitemeter detector, or prints from the largest 3D center in Moravia UPrint 3D will be presented by the Palacký University in Olomouc at the International Engineering Fair in Brno.
Supporting scientific activities leading to commercial application. This is the main purpose of the new challenge of the Proof-of-Concept of the Science and Technology Park UP. Applicants can request up to 1 million crowns in it. Applications can be submitted by 21 May.
Team of students from the Olomouc-Hejčín Grammar School print components for plastic meteorological probe at UPrint 3D University Center. They want to win the Cansat International Competition with the probe, in which secondary school students test all phases of the space project.
On Wednesday, March 14th, a course focused on project management of the Proof of Concept as part of technology transfer took place in Prague. The professional course was led by Filip Auinger, business development manager from STP UP.
Rector of the Palacký University Jaroslav Miller announced the ninth call for Proof-of-Concept (PoC) projects. Applicants can request up to one million Czech crowns to support their scientific activities leading to commercial use. Applications can be submitted by March 19th.
BIODERMA uses special models of sensitive skin that were made by the UPrint 3D University Center. How were these models made, what did our college from the UPrint 3D Jan Opletal have to do during the postprocess, how long did it take for the paper model to be printed on a 3D printer or how […]
Rector Jaroslav Miller thanked three dozen of scientific staff at Palacký University for their work on technology transfer and Proof-of-Concept projects.