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AdMaS - Advanced Materials, Structures and Technologies

Project „Centre AdMaS - Advanced Materials, Structures and Technologies“ was prepared and submitted by the Faculty of Civil Engineering BUT in 2009.

Within Operational Programme Research and Development for Innovations the regional AdMaS Centre is being built as a new part of the Faculty of Civil Engineering BUT. AdMaS is focused on research, development and application of advanced materials, structures and technologies (not only) in building, transport systems and city and landscape infrastructure.

Centre is being equipped with hi-tech equipment thanks to subsidies of almost 300 mil. CZK. The aim is to renew and develop experimental and computational platform in the field of civil engineering by establishing new laboratories equipped with suitable experimental and computational technologies.

AdMaS Centre consists of two major research programmes that are further divided to research groups.

  • Research programme VP1: Development of advanced materials
    • Building materials technologies
    • Microstructure of building materials and non-destructive testing
  • Research programme VP2: Development of advanced structures and technologies
    • Structures and transportation engineering
    • EGAR - Environment and Geo (geotechnics and geodesy) Applied technological Research
    • Mathematic modeling

More information can be found on website www.admas.eu.

Project name: AdMaS – Advanced Materials, Structures and Technologies
Support area number and name: 5.2.1 Regional R&D centres
Project reg. no.: CZ.1.05/2.1.00/03.0097
Owner: Brno University of Technology
Start of project realisation: 1.1.2011 
End of project realisation: 30.6.2014 
Project leader (director of Centre): prof. RNDr. Ing. Petr Štěpánek, CSc. 
Total sum of financial support: 817 903 463,00 CZK (EU subsidy from ERDF fund 695 217 943,55 CZK and subsidy from the Czech state budget 122 685 519,45 CZK)

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