ERAdiate - Enhancing Research and innovAtion dimensions of the University of Zilina in intelligent Transport Systems
ERAdiate is the first EC-funded project to establish an ERA Chair for Intelligent Transport Systems. Launched in 2014, the project aims at building up a unique research and innovation hub in the Žilina region, in Slovakia, on global societal and environmental challenges connected to the solving of mobility issues with the use of ITS.
The University of Žilina becomes a unique innovation hub and a leading European institution in ITS research and innovation. Awareness about ITS research activities at UNIZA is increased within the European Research Area. The performance of UNIZA and the Žilina convergence region in ITS research, innovation as well as education is enhanced for the benefits of relevant actors at regional, national and European levels.
To contribute to scientific excellence in ITS and support regional innovation strategies fostering economic and social development.
To build an attractive and internationally competitive environment at UNIZA through the development of human resources and maximisation of research infrastructure exploitation.
Unlock and strengthen UNIZA research potential in ITS
Promote ITS excellence of UNIZA and the Žilina convergence region
Increase international competitiveness of UNIZA
Intensify national and international cooperation with stakeholders
Contribute to economic growth and employment in line with regional innovation strategies
Mrs. John Anderson
Dear readers, We are very close to the end of ERAdiate project at the University of Žilina (UNIZA). This preface […]
On 20 May, ERAdiate hosted a co-organised event with COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) on the topic “Success […]
ERAdiate and UNIZA researchers visited Transportation Research Institute of Technion University in Haifa
On 13-15 May 2019, ERAdiate and UNIZA researchers Assoc. Prof. Ľuboš Buzna, Assoc. Prof. Peter Počta and Dr. Tibor Petrov visited Transportation Research Institute of […]
This project has received funding from the European Union´s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no. 621386