Online seminars by CZU experts in 2021!
We are happy to announce next series of online seminars on various scientific topics given by 10 experts from Czech University of Life Sciences Prague. We invite you to join us starting on 21st October.
Completion of the seminars will be rewarded by the Certificates.
The seminars will be held in Microsoft Teams. If want to attend the lectures, please register in THIS FORM, where you will also find the schedule.
MOODLE PLATFORM will be used for archiving presentations and to submit your works.
AgriSciences Platform for Scientific Enhancement of HEIs in Ukraine
The seminars will be held in Microsoft Teams. You can join the MS Teams by clicking on the expert name in the table below.
Environmental Impact Assessment
Global Warming Potential
Experiences from writing Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe projects
Scientific Writing I.
Life Cycle Assessment
Scientific Writing II.
Scientific Writing III.
Statistical methods I.
Statistical methods II.
Socio-economic Research I.
Socio-economic Research II.
Popularization of scientific outputs and scientific blog writing
Socio-economic Research III.
Assoc. Prof. Hynek Roubík
- Why Scientific writing? I. & II.
- How to prepare scientific review I. & II.
- Structure and content (meeting with IMRAD structure) I. & II.
- General scientific writing tips I. & II.
- Publishing process I. & II.
- Plagiarism and scientific misconduct I. & II.
- Academic integrity and Ethical Issues in Scientific world I. & II.
- Scientific language
- Horizon Europe project management
Dr. Jana Mazancová.
- Socio-economic research – essential basics I. & II.
- Questionnaires – how to prepare them? I. & II.
- Surveys – how to conduct them? I. & II.
- Focus group discussions – how to do them and what to be aware of? I. & II.
- Challenges in socio-economic research I. & II.
- Importance of Multidisciplinary research and creation of Multidisciplinary research teams I. & II.
Dr. Tereza Pilařová.
- How to choose proper variables? I. & II.
- Introduction to statistics for social scientists I. & II.
- Data categorization I. & II.
- Most common statistical methods – how to use them, apply them and understand them? I. & II.
Dr. Stacy Denise Hammond Hammond and Ing. Yamen Homaidan Shmeit
- In vitro technologies – basics I. & II.
- Micropropagation – introduction I. & II.
- Genetic resources conservation – introduction to the topic I. & II.
- In vitro and ex vitro – insight from practice I. & II.
- Plant tissue culture – basics I. & II.
- Plant breeding – basics I. & II.
- In vitro and ex vitro
- Popularization of scientific outputs and scientific blog writing
Ing. Marek Jelínek.
- Global warming potential – what is it and how we calculate it? I. & II.
- Impact of human activities on global climate change I. & II.
- Use of IPCC reports and handbooks I. & II.
- Useful tools for quantification I. & II.
Dipl.-Ing., MSc Theodore Chama Ketuama.
- Environmental Impact Assessments – what is it and how to use it? & II.
- Multi-Level Perspective – application in socio-technical research I. & II.
- Useful tools for application & II.
MA Ricardo Situmeang.
- System dynamics – what is it and how to use it? I. & II.
- Causal loop diagrams I. & II.
- Stock and flow diagrams I. & II.
- Dynamic simulations I. & II.
M.Sc. Lydia Ningsih.
- Energy audits – quantifications and how to apply them
- Sustainable green industries and how can be further examined and researched
- Fuel energy consumption quantifications
M.Sc. Charles Ogbu.
- Life Cycle Assessment – what is it and how to use it
- Life Cycle Cost Analysis – what is it and how to use it
- Modelling of different wastewater scenarios
Ing. Duque Dussan Eduardo.
- COCO simulator (free chemical process simulations – useful for Anaerobic digestion as well as many other chemcial processes).
- SolidWorks (a solid modeling computer-aided design and computer-aided engineering computer program)