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KVK is developing applied research and experimental development in medicine and health, natural, technological, and social sciences. We carry out advanced applied research, innovative solutions, prototypes and actively cooperate with the business sector, carry out outsourced research. Applied research is implemented in three faculties and their laboratories. Applied research is carried out by researchers – lecturers, associate professors.

Klaipeda State University of Applied Sciences research and experimental development (R&D) priorities and topics

  • Clean, environmentally friendly and sustainable transport technologies
  • Smart transport systems
  • Technologies/models for the management of international transport corridors and integration of modes of transport
  • New production processes, materials and technologies
  • Digitization and monitoring of territories
  • Creating a healthy environment
  • Strengthening the interoperability of distributed and centralized generation, networks and energy efficiency
  • Meeting the needs of existing and new end-users, strengthening energy efficiency and intelligence
  • Development of the use of renewable biomass and solar energy sources and waste recycling for energy
  • Sustainable agrobiological resources and safer food
  • Waste-free processing of biological raw materials into valuable components
  • Artificial intelligence (AI)
  • Big and distributed data, their analysis and use (Big Data)
  • Internet of things (IoT)
  • Process and systems modelling
  • Software development technologies
  • Advanced applied technologies for personal, public health and social care
  • Modern self-development and education technologies and processes
  • Social and cultural innovation in the development of products and services for the development of society
  • Innovative business models
  • Flexible and applied process control technologies

Dr. Jurga Kučinskienė The head of Applied Research Activities Center

Last updated: 2020-11-13
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