Prof. Milan Dado
Prof. Milan Dado is Full Professor at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering (Department of Telecommunication and Multimedia). He is former dean of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, former rector of the University of Zilina and former president of the Slovak rectors’ conference.
He had the opportunity to develop international activities in research and education abroad, e.g. at the York University Canada, Northern Telecom and Bell Canada in 1993, at the Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm in 1990 and at the Vienna University of Technology in 1981-1982. He has visited many other foreign institutions during the last 25 years.
Prof. Dado has been actively involved in European research and education programmes (TEMPUS, COST, LEONARDO, Socrates, 5th, 6th and 7th Framework Programme, Horizon 2020, European University Association projects…) and has managed national projects related to information and communication technologies, intelligent transportation systems, regional innovation strategies and e-learning.
He has been a member of several international committees and is currently COST programme national coordinator, member of COST Committee of Senior Officials as well as Executive Board member of COST.
As project coordinator of ERAdiate, Prof. Dado is responsible for the project implementation as foreseen in the Grant Agreement with the European Commission (EC). He chairs project meetings and is responsible for progress and final reports to the EC.
Prof. Ladislav Janoušek is Full Professor at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Department of Electromagnetic and Biomedical Engineering. He is former vice-dean for development and international affairs at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and former vice-head of the Department of Electromagnetic and Biomedical Engineering. He used to be a member of the Programme Committee of the 7th Framework Programme, specific programme Capacities – Regions of Knowledge, Research Potential.
Prof. Janoušek completed his Master’s and PhD. degrees at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Žilina, in the field of Power Electrical Systems. His professional carrier started at the Electrotechnical Research and Projecting Company in Nová Dubnica, Slovakia. Then, he joined the research company IIU Int. in Tokyo, Japan, where he worked as researcher in the field of non-destructive evaluation for three years. After returning to Slovakia in 2005 he joined the Faculty of Electrical Engineering. His current research and innovation activities focus on electromagnetic non-destructive evaluation of conductive materials and impact of electromagnetic field on living organisms. He is author/co-author of three patents and more than 150 research articles published in scientific journals and conference proceedings. He has been principal investigator of six research projects and actively contributed to implementation of other ten projects funded from national and international resources. He received several prestigious awards for his achievements and innovative solutions.
As coordinator contact of ERAdiate, he is supporting the project coordinator with all issues related to the project implementation.