Our team deals with with educational activities from primary schools to lifelong learning.
We train technical thermodiagnostics within vocational education, lead students theses
and motivate the next generation for further study and careers in STEM fields.
Primary and Secondary Schools
We create innovative teaching tools to motivate the new generation to study and careers in technical and scientific fields and participate in development of science centre exhibitions.Educational Platform – LabIR Edu
Bachelor’s and Master’s Studies
We teach university subjects of measurement in physical technologies and laser technologies, lead student theses and provide unique laboratory equipment for students’ projects.Current Topics
We educate young scientists and researchers in our application laboratories, involve students in research projects and industrial cooperation.More information
Training of professionals
We train technical and medical thermodiagnostics within lifelong learning, provide preparation for certification exams and provide professional consulting.More information
We lead student theses
Under our supervision and using our laboratory equipment students have successfully defended 15 dissertations, 23 diploma theses and 4 bachelor’s theses.
We have participated in 9 educational projects or projects for the science promotion financed from public and non-public sources. 680+ teachers and 12.000+ students have already gone through the educational activities of our LabIR EDU project.
Members of our team review student qualification theses and articles submitted to international scientific-educational journals.
Since the establishment of our workplace, we have been cooperating in various educational projects with partners from all over the world including science centres, schools and other educational institutions.
„SPIE congratulates the LabIR Edu project on winning the 2020 SPIE Education Outreach Grant. As part of its awareness mission, SPIE provides support for field educational activities related to optics and photonics.“
Tasha Chicovsky, Community Outreach Lead, SPIE
“The use of IR cameras in schools is a great opportunity to enhance teaching with a new perspective on previously studied phenomena. In this way, we open up a lot of opportunities for pupils and students to research with technology in hand, and this always has a great motivating effect on pupils, students and teachers. I tried the IR cameras for the first time while lecturing teachers and the responses were great”
Mgr. Andrea Tláskalová, grammar school teacher, J. V. Sládka Zbiroh, Global Teacher Price Czech Republic 2017