The topic of the webinar was "Data management".
Webinar within project GeoUS (Geothermal Energy in Special Underground Structures). The webinar was on Tuesday August 30th 2022 at 9:00. The webinar on topic ”Data management” was led by Dieter Weise scientist at Fraunhofer IWU Chemnitz in the Sheet Metal Forming and Basics department in cooperation with Vanessa Jekel - Data Protection and Information Security Officer and Administrative Systems in Fraunhofer.
The topic of the webinar was "Ethics and Equality".
The webinar was make on 21th April 2022 at 12:15. The webinar was led by Tommi Lehtonen - the Director of Responsibility and Ethics at the University of Vaasa, Finland. This lecture was discusses the fundamentals of ethics, proceeding to specific questions about sustainable development, equality and the ethics of science. The idea is to help you reflect on relevant ethical aspects in your life and work.
We would like to invite you a to a webinar, which was held as a part of the GEoUS project.
The topic of the webinar is "Creating commercial opportunities from research“.
The webinar was took place on 15th December 2021 at 15:00. The webinar was led by Dieter Weise and Thomas Doppelberger (Leader Fraunhofer Venture), from Fraunhofer. Fraunhofer Venture is responsible for spin-off and investment management for Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft e.V.- Europe's largest institute for applied research. Fraunhofer Venture turns world-class technology into successful start-ups and bring innovative ideas to market. Fraunhofer Venture is always looking for researchers and entrepreneurs with a science, business or start-up background who want to change the world. Fraunhofer Venture provides everything they need to reach their goals, including access to technology, unique company building, seed capital and partnerships.
We would like to invite you a to a webinar, which will be held as a part of the GeoUS
The topic of the webinar is "Citizen engagement". The webinar will be led by associate professor Teemu Närvä from the University of Vaasa. He works as a project manager at the Levón Institute for Management and Organizational Development. The students first look at videos and comics and then there will be a discussion on how to get involved. These issues will be discussed during the webinar - participant engagement. The aim of the discussion is about to getting attention of people and provide them positive experience.
What is energy, where does it come from and how do we humans use it? The hobby club with regular every fourteen days lessons thematically focused on individual types of energy. It is intended for primary school students aged 7 to 14 years. The aim is to obtain knowledges, discovering, experiment and learn the issue of renewable energies such as geothermal energies.
Researchers’ Night of the Technical University Ostrava, an event that, for one evening, brings life to hundreds of science buildings that no ordinary mortal can enter. Visitors pass through laboratories and lecture halls, experience exploding experiments, and learn about hot topics in depth.
The activity is focused on raising research and innovation skills of staff members of VSB-TUO. The part of training is aimed at scientific writing and project proposal preparation. Mentoring groups led by researchers from University of Vaasa (Finland) and Fraunhofer Institute (Germany) will discuss specific topics of geothermal research with invited industrial and research partners.
Art & Science Festival event takes place in Ostrava City, Czech Republic. Staffs will realize presentation stand focused on thermal energy. Exhibits will present scientific and research results in a lively and interesting way to a non-academic audience. New presentation techniques and methods implemented by Fraunhofer Institute or University of Vaasa experiences will increase public awareness and understanding of scientific intentions in geothermal energy research.
Fourth online GeoUS course for students and young researchers will continue this month. The topic of current webinar is "Responsible Research and Innovation". The webinar will be led by associate professor Ville Tuomi from University of Vaasa.
As part of GeoUS Horizon 2020 project, our regular online courses for students and young researchers will continue with third course. The topic of the third webinar is: "Leadership". The webinar will be led by Dipl.-Ing. Dieter Weise and his colleague from Fraunhofer Institute.
As part of GeoUS Horizon 2020 project, there will be regular online courses for students and young researchers. The topic of the second webinar is: "Proposal writing". The webinar will be led by Dipl.-Ing. Dieter Weise from Fraunhofer Institute.
As part of our new GEoUS Horizon 2020 project, there will be regular online courses for students and young researchers. We start next week with the first Webinar on the topic: "Scientific presentation writing and speaking".
Given the current situation in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was decided to organize the GeoUS Kick-off meeting by teleconference and also to proceed with the GeoUS Opening Conference as ''web conference''. Web Conference and the kick-off meeting took place online on 23rd April 2020. The partners provided the presentations introducing the project partners, H2020 project, and the research in geothermal energy.
The presentations are available online:
VSB – TU Ostrava
Topic: VSB-TUO Introduction, profile of the VSB-TUO, Research Centers & Innovation
VSB – TU Ostrava
Topic: GeoUS Introduction
VSB – TU Ostrava
Topic: GeoUS VSB-TUO, Geothermal energy at VSB-TUO
Topic: Fraunhofer Introduction
Topic: Profile of the Fraunhofer IWU, Division Sheet Metal Forming
University of Vaasa
Topic: Geothermal Energy
University of Stavanger
Topic: GeoUS Stavanger, Overview: Program area for geothermal energy at UiS
The Technology Centre of the Czech Academy of Sciences
Topic: H2020 Presentation, Twinning in H2020 and outlook to Horizon Europe
Panliska and Associates
Topic: Forget HORIZON 2020
Davor Pollak, Ioannis Abatzis, Corinna Abesser
Hrvatski geološki institut
Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland
British Geological Survey
Topic: Project presentation – GeoTwinn, Poster GeoTwinn, strengthening research in the Croatian Geological Survey: Geoscience-Twinning to develop state-of-the-art subsurface modeling capability and scientific impact. Renewable energy research group.
Moravian-Silesian Region government
Topic: Moravian-Silesian Region presentation
Topic: Geothermal Energy Usage
AGH University of Science and Technology
Topic: Geoenergetics Laboratory at Faculty AGH of Drilling, Oil and Gas University of Science and Technology in Krakow (Poland)
Topic: Areas of research and development.
We are pleased to announce that VSB – Technical University of Ostrava has launched a three-year project GeoUS (Geothermal Energy in Special Underground Structures) supported by the Horizon 2020 program. The aim of the project is to increase scientific excellence of VSB-TUO in geothermal energy by working alongside outstanding foreign workplaces such as German Fraunhofer Institute and the Finnish University of Vaasa.