Department of Applied Ecology and Bioenergy

 

The competence and professional activities of the Department of Applied Ecology and Bioenergy include know-how in the field of technology of cultivation of energy crops and herbs developed on the basis of ecophysiological characteristics and the ability to carry out production potential in specific soil and environmental growing conditions, integrating the results from different researches and the design of models for the woodworking and energy industry, based on quantitative experimental data, a wide range of applied research in the field of biofuels research and energy use of biomass waste from agriculture and food production, as well as municipalities.

This department offers space for the fulfillment of the main objectives of the National Action Plan for Renewable Energy and set priorities by the European Commission in the wider use of renewable energy sources. Department of Applied Ecology and Bioenergy has been honoured to have been offered membership in several centers of excellence within the European Research Area.

Areas where it is possible to apply the results achieved by research laboratories such as, for example, the use of renewable energy, wood processing and furniture industry, agriculture and food production, as well as its use in the municipal sector.

Department of Applied Ecology and Bioenergy

Head of Department prof. Ing. Ján Gaduš, PhD.