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Equipment at Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) Institute of Materials Science laboratories is better than equipment in Japan. PhD student Kenta Kanosue from Tokyo Institute of Technology (TIT) researching fluorescent abilities of organic polymers is convinced that the laboratory equipment at home is not exact enough to perform these measurements.
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This morning the results of general admission to Lithuanian universities and colleges were announced. 1 485 people (230 more than in the last year) were invited to study at the state-funded study places at Kaunas University of Technology (KTU). KTU comes second after Vilnius University by the number of state-funded students.
Among the 10 most popular state funded study programmes two are offered by KTU: Programming Systems and Food Science and Technology.
Haruhiko Ito, the Mayor of Izumiotsu city (Japan) visited Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) last week. The Mayor was accompanied by the delegation from Izumiotsu Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts and from Izumiotsu Council. The guests from Japan visited KTU National Innovation and Entrepreneurship Centre and Food Research and Technology Centre.
‘We are delighted to welcome you at our University – internationality is one of our priorities and we value new contacts and cooperation possibilities’, said KTU Rector Petras Baršauskas greeting the guests.
Thursday morning Juozas Petras Kazickas, a Honorary Doctor of Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) has passed away at the age of 96. J. P. Kazickas was a founder of Kazickas Family Foundation which granted education, science and research since its establishment in 1998.
‘We will be eternally grateful for his immeasurable support for education and statehood. I am sending my heartfelt sympathies on behalf of University community and myself to Kazickas family members on this sad day’, said KTU Rector Petras Baršauskas.
European Commission has awarded Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) a Diploma Supplement Label. This Label is a guarantee that a KTU Diploma Supplement meets European requirements. Diploma Supplement Label allows potential employers and institutions of higher education to judge the quality of a graduate on international level. Only six institutions of higher education in Lithuania hold this Label.
A Diploma Supplement awarded to a graduate together with a degree certificate provides a standardised description of study origin, level, context and status. Diploma Supplement provides transparency and facilitates wider recognition of academic and professional qualifications, such as degrees, degree certificates and diplomas.
Thousands of patients around the world suffer from bedsores and the impaired health conditions associated with them. These conditions can lead to various complications and even death. Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) startup company Alovita is developing a solution: a care bed with a tilting function that can assist a patient to change his or her position. The company founded by KTU graduates Andrius Darulis and Vaidas Talačka is expecting to introduce the prototype of the product this autumn.
‘There is a personal reason behind this innovation: my brother, a very intelligent young man, is physically impaired. For him, turning on a side when lying in bed is impossible, so he asked me to create a bed which would help him’, says Darulis, the general manager of Alovita.
Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) students’ team took place at the final competition of the world collegiate programming contest Association for Computing Machinery International Collegiate Programming Contest (ACM ICPC) in Yekaterinburg on Wednesday 25 June.
Our University team was the 30th among 100 best technical universities of the world. The final was broadcasted live on the internet.
Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) students won awards from Silicon Valley Business Plan Competition organised by San Jose State University. Two KTU student teams shared the grant of 1,500 USD that can be used to develop their business plans.
‘We have offered a new idea for Lithuanian market’, says Kristina Vaznelytė, KTU applied mathematics graduate, a member of a winning team. Together with a teammate Goda Bitinaitė, a first year master student of international economics and trade, they pitched an idea of creating a system which would assist companies in solving problems related with new products development: such as shortage of time, need of innovative ideas or lack of personnel.
Last Saturday June 7 KTU Cricket Trophy 2014 was held on KTU football field. Six teams participated in this tournament: four from KTU, one from LSMU and one from Vilnius. The winners, the KTU team were awarded the cup and champion medals. All the participants were awarded the Tournament memorabilia.
The tournament was initiated and organised by KTU student Muhammad Ishtiaq. 'There are not many professional cricket players, I'm afraid. However, now people will know this new sport. Hopefully, next time there will be more players from all universities', – said Muhammad.
Last week the first Lithuanian satellite LitSat-1 broadcasted the words ‘Lithuania loves freedom’ for the last time and turned into a shooting star.
21 May at 8.15.15 am the LitSat-1 signal was recorded for the last time. Since the first active contact with the satellite in February, LitSat-1 spent 1 962 hours 30 minutes in space, almost 82 days in total. During that time it circled round the Earth 1,303 times and broadcasted the message of the Lithuanian nation ‘Lithuania loves freedom’ for 1.3 million times.
Friday 30 May at the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences Secretary General of NATO Anders Fogh Rasmussen will be awarded the Honorary Doctorate regalia of Kaunas University of Technology (KTU).
Rasmussen was awarded a honorary doctorate of KTU for development of knowledge and advanced future technologies in order to implement the concept of smart defence and intellectual principles of defending the ideal of freedom.
On 26 May at 15:00, in an open meeting of the Medical Promotion Council of Rīga Stradiņš University (Hippocrates lecture theatre, 16 Dzirciema Street, Rīga), Ms Laura Neimane will defend her doctoral thesis Morphoradiological Evaluation of Maxillary Alveolar Bone in Patients with Dental Implants.
Thursday 15 May the second part of intense Nuclear Engineering Course started at KTU. The two day course aims to assist in providing knowledge and skills for developing qualified engineers who will be much needed in the near future in the Baltic countries. This is the first course in Europe organised under the joint programme of Hitachi and Tokyo Institute of Technology
On Tuesday 13 May the results of two important university rankings were announced. In the Lithuanian magazineReitingai ranking KTU came second among Lithuanian universities, and the international U-Multirank system identified regional engagement and cooperation with business as the strongest assets of our University profile.
Aiming to become the leading university, able to compete in the international arena, Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) bases principal activities on its strengths and traditions – links with industry, wide spectrum of technology related studies and research, as well as the latest trends in international development. Kaunas University of Technology, with its 14 faculties, high school (gymnasium), and numerous research centres, is the second largest university in Lithuania. About 80 percent of Lithuania’s industrial engineers have graduated from KTU.
Last week the academic community of Kaunas University of Technology welcomed two new doctors of honour (Doctor em Honoris Causa). The titles were awarded to businessmen, entrepreneurs and innovators Vladas Lašas and Alex Sozonoff.
‘Every Ukrainian feels that the situation in our country is extremely dangerous. Lithuanians must be aware that they can become the next Russian target’, says Ukrainian researcher Valerij Michailenko.
Michailenko, geography professor at the Kiev Taras Shevchenko National University, read a paper at Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) Faculty of Chemical Technology seminar on landfill mining in the context of sustainable environment.
All anime lovers should book this weekend for an unmatched anime experience: overnight film shows, cosplay parade, anime competitions and more. The grand non-stop anime fest will start on Friday 11 April night and end on Sunday 13 April morning.
The largest Japanese animation festival in Kaunas Anime Nights is one of the major events of Infoshow organised by Student Union of KTU Faculty of Information Technology. The 9th Anime Nights festival is the oldest event of this kind in Lithuania, welcoming increasing numbers of anime and Japanese culture fans every year.
On Monday 14 April Kaunas University of Technology master student working at investment company Invensa Tadas Vaicekauskas will read an open lecture Where did All the Money Go? Lessons to Be Learned Before Investing for KTU students.
French people had more time to develop as a society, therefore they are more open to the world and to new ideas. Lithuanians had been fighting for survival, for preserving their language and culture for many years. This is the biggest difference between the two nations, says the ambassador of France in Lithuania Maryse Berniau.
Berniau, who visited Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) to symbolically open French Cultural Centre, sees more similarities than differences between French and Lithuanian people. According to the ambassador, both countries have common goals, such as to live in a democratic society, and to be free.
Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Lithuania takes pleasure in offering Lithuanian state scholarships for full-time Master‘s degree studies for nationals of Belarus Republic, Republic of Georgia, Republic of Moldova and Republic of Ukraine, the Republic of Armenia, Republic of Azerbaijan, Republic of Kazakhstan, Republic of Uzbekistan and People's Republic of China as well as foreigners of Lithuanian origin
15–16 May the second part of intensive Nuclear Energy Course will take place at KTU Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences. The course is being organised together with Hitachi and Tokyo Technology Institute.
The second half of the course will feature lectures on nuclear fuel – from nuclear reactor to handling nuclear residues. This course will be useful for physicists and nuclear energy students; however electrical energy, informatics, telecommunications, mathematics, mechanical engineering students and everyone pursuing a career in this field are welcome.
Kaunas University of Technology was awarded the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) which enables KTU to participate in Erasmus+ programme in 2014–2020.
ECHE provides the general quality framework for European and international cooperation activities a higher education institution (HEI) may carry out within the Programme. The award of an Erasmus Charter for Higher Education is a pre-requisite for all HEI willing to participate in learning mobility of individuals and/or cooperation for innovation and good practices under the Erasmus+ Programme.
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Thursday 27 March at 5.30 pm the final event of Francophone Month will take place. KTU will welcome two ambassadors: Maryse Berniau, the ambassador of the Republic of France and the US ambassador Deborah A. McCarthy.
The US ambassador will give a talk about French and American relationships. This lecture will be the last stop in a months’ journey through francophone landscape.
From September 2014 everyone studying at Kaunas University of Technology School of Economics and Business, Faculty of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities and Faculty of Informatics will be able to choose virtual study modules at certain UK, Turkey, Spain and Italy universities. The modules will be available for everyone studying at KTU – whether on Erasmus exchange or regular students.
Wednesday 12 March the presentation about Google corporate culture and various opportunities for students, studying in Lithuania will take place. Get to know how to become Google AdWords certified professional, how Google internships and full-time positions work and where to start. We will also touch upon seasonal opportunities for students: for example, did you know that Google organises digital marketing summer camps? Tips that you will hear can be applied for overall career planning.
Lithuania has the first satellite in space controlled from the Earth. Yesterday at 15:30:26 the satellite radio station of Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) established a two-way connection with LitSat-1 for the first time (the satellite was launched into space last Friday). Obeying the command sent from the Earth the satellite’s GPS receiver was switched on.
The new logo of Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) was introduced today. New modern and minimalistic image reflects the renewed University that all of us contribute to by participating in the initiatives of the University Renewal Programme.
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