The Council´s position within NCC for MATCA

Council’s role

The nine-member Council is the Centre’s main managing body. The Council manages the overall mission of the NCC for MATCA, primarily by approving any implemented sub-projects and supervising its activities. The Council is updated on the latest events at the NCC for MATCA during regular meetings held at least 4 times a year.

Council composition

The Council members consist of the representatives of the academic, private and public spheres inside and outside of the consortium, including international representatives. They are top experts for disciplines such as natural sciences, basic and applied research, grant projects, cooperation between research and industry or business management of small and large companies, enabling the Council to ensure a balanced assessment of the submitted projects.

The Council of the NCC for MATCA 1 has the following nine members:

Ing. Alexandr Dejneka, Ph.D. (President of the Council)
prof. Ing. Helena Jelínková, DrSc.
prof. Ing. Ivan Hudec, Ph.D.
prof. RNDr. Mirko Černák, CSc.
Dr.rer.nat. Gunnar Suchaneck
Ing. Otakar Fojt, Ph.D.
Ing. Andrej Chrzanowski
Ing. Tomáš Fejt
Ing. Věslav Michalík, CSc.

The Council of the NCC for MATCA 2 has the following nine members:

Ing. Alexandr Dejneka, Ph.D. (President of the Council)
prof. Ing. Helena Jelínková, DrSc.
prof. RNDr. Mirko Černák, CSc.
Dr.rer.nat. Gunnar Suchaneck
Ing. Andrej Chrzanowski
Ing. Tomáš Fejt
Ing. Věslav Michalík, CSc.
Prof. Pietro Galinetto
Mgr. Pavel Jovanovič

Recent meetings

  • Council meeting in October
    The General Manager notified the members of the Council of the NCC’s 2nd tender and of the latest topics to be dealt with by the Centre.
  • Council meeting in June
    The General Manager informed the Council members of the extended vision of the Centre’s activities and its public relations.
  • Council meeting in March
    The first meeting of the Centre’s Council took place on 24 March 2021. The Council members were informed about this year’s plan of the Centre. The Council prepared an approval of a new project and a new consortium member.