|Industry of tomorrow
||The scope of specialisation includes the use of advanced production processes and special processes, as well as sustainable and effective energy, including generation and consumption management systems, energy convergence and conversion, energy generation from renewable and alternative sources, smart grids, energy storage technologies.
|Interiors of the Future
||The scope of specialisation includes the production of interior design products that meet the needs and challenges facing modern society within well-cooperating value chains in the region, but also internationally competitive on the basis of a modern and attractive offer. IT also includes areas related to intelligent construction and intelligent materials, nanomaterials, polymers, sensor manufacturing technologies, virtual prototyping as well as manufacturing and assembly technologies.
|Bio-materials and Food for Sophisticated Consumers
||The scope of specialisation includes the production of food within the entire value chain: good quality raw materials, using modern methods and technologies as well as sales and distribution and the management of post-production waste by producing bio-raw materials for other industries.
Key words: biotechnology; nanotechnology; molecular biology; food chemistry; safe bioproducts and healthy food; functional food; food safety; food packaging; food design; organic food production.
|Modern Medical Technologies
||The scope of specialisation includes new technologies helpful in the fight against rare and lifestyle diseases. It is also connected to pharmaceutical technologies with commercialization potential, responding to the demand from enterprises. It is inextricably linked to the creation, adaptation or absorption of technologically advanced solutions in medical engineering, biotechnology, materials engineering, ICT and electronics used in the field of prevention, diagnostics and treatment.
|Specialised logistics processes
||The scope of specialisation includes a set of such subsystems as: supply, production, transport and coordination, together with the relations between the subsystems and between their properties, with a constant pursuit to increase the level of organization of the system. It also includes aviation and space technology, management systems, GIS systems, as well as the innovative use of geoinformation to ensure the smooth flow of physical goods from the moment of production to their operation.
||The scope of specialisation includes two main areas: 1) technologies for the community and 2) ICT business applications. The first of these are software for intelligent systems in public and public sector, e.g. intelligent transport systems, energy systems, supporting operations for the needs of Big Data, data management systems, embedded systems and activities in the area of Smart City. The business use of ICT refers to the products and services supporting the development of SS of the region.