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  • Multiphase systems - the future of electric vehicles

    During the last decade, the transportation industry has recorded a growing interest in the development of electric drives for fully electric (battery) and hybrid vehicles, with a strong emphasis on efficiency improvements, higher reliability and minimizing the geometrical dimensions.

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  • A new specialized deposition facility helps in RICE laboratories

    The Nordson EFD ProPlus 4 robotic three-axis dispenser, equipped with laser surface sensing, used by researchers at the Regional Innovation Center of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, can precise deposition of motifs, lines, and dots on various types of surfaces and components.

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  • The research of electric drives will connect the Faculty of Electrical Engineering with the German concern ZF

    University of West Bohemia (UWB) will participate in joint research projects with the ZF concern, one of the world leaders in the field of technology and innovations in the automotive industry. Representatives of both institutions today signed a cooperation agreement at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, UWB, whose experts and students will be important for cooperation with the Faculty of Medicine.

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  • Faculty of Electrical Engineering presented a project focused on electrification of transport

    Dean of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FEE) of the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen Zdeněk Peroutka presented the project of Electrical Technology with a high proportion of embedded intelligence for transport in the Chamber of Deputies of the Pilsen City Hall on Friday, November 22. The RICE Research Center of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering for a four-year project received support under the Integrated Territorial Investment (ITI) strategy of the Pilsen metropolitan area. Industrial enterprises can also participate in the solution of a socially important topic.

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