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říká Hynek Roubík, expert na udržitelné technologie z Fakulty tropického zemědělství České zemědělské univerzity v Praze, který pomáhá farmářům (nejen ve Vietnamu) s využíváním organického odpadu
Kseniia was master student at the Biogas Research Team with her research focused on “The fate of abandoned small-scale biogas plants – case of Vietnam”.
Vědci z České zemědělské univerzity v Praze ukazují druhotné dopady pandemie koronaviru na příkladu Nepálu v rámci dokumentárního filmu "Jak se žije v Nepálu s pandemií"
Poslechněte si rozhovor s odborníkem na zemědělství třetího světa Hynkem Roubíkem z FTZ a environmentálním historikem Michalem Hejcmanem z FŽP
In this paper we investigate the emission reduction potential of a typical household biogas plant with a volume of 6 m3 and an assumed life cycle of 20 years.
Dr. Hynek Roubík (Group leader of our Biogas Research Team) has been appointed as member of the Journal Topic Board of Environments.
In this paper we identify the system of implementation of small-scale biogas technology from the farmer’s perspective, presenting all of the major stakeholders, factors and processes involved and to establish the principle relationships and feedbacks among them.
In December 2019 Dr. Hynek Roubík – Group leader of Biogas Research Team spent couple of weeks in Uppsala on Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and Uppsala University as well as in RISE – Research Institutes of Sweden.
Ghaith is PhD student at the Biogas Research Team with his research focused on Social and economic assessment of small-scale biogas plants in the developing world: A case of Syria.
In this paper we investigate the potential development of small-scale biogas plants and their suitability in rural Sumatra
In this paper, we describe research into the biochemical processes of brown coal treatment. s. The modified biochemical model was formed from a complex biological treatment of low-rank coals with an added cycle of aerobic conversion and the process of converting a sulphur compound under anaerobic conditions, as well as a number of ecological-trophic groups of microorganisms.
Dr. Hynek Roubík (Group leader of our Biogas Research Team) has been appointed as member of the Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences
Due to the long-term cooperation in Ukraine, another colleague came to visit our Biogas Research Team. This time Associate Professor Yelizaveta Chernysh.
As follow-up of our project “Support of young university capacity in education and research and science activities in Ukraine” supported by Czech Republic Development Cooperation two scientists from Ukraine visited our Biogas Research Team.
With the collaboration between the Euroleague for Life Sciences (ELLS) members and other new contribution from New Zealand and Israel, the ELLS Scientific Student Conference was held in Uppsala in Sweden on 15th and 16th of November 2019.
In November 2019, our Biogas Research Team co-organized conference in Bila Tserkva (Ukraine).
On October 22th 2019, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague was hosting a meeting with Mr. René Castro Salazar, Assistant-Director-General of the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and leader of the Climate, Biodiversity, Land and Water Department.
Dr. Hynek Roubík (Group leader of Biogas Research Team) was among panelists in discussion with topic of: “Will we suffocate in waste or are there other solutions?”.
Since 1999, the Tropentag conference has held its annual meetings under the patronage and support of many European universities.
It means he was among the top 1% of reviewers in Essential Science Indicators (ESI) for Environment and Ecology research field. Rankings are calculated by number of verified pre-publication reviews performed and added to Publons between 1 September 2018 and 1 September 2019. Reviews were attributed to an ESI field based on the journal the review was performed for. There was added a 22nd field, "Cross-field" to celebrate reviewers whose contributions were for the amount of journals on Publons that could not be directly matched to an ESI field, where Dr. Hynek Roubík was also among the top 1% of reviewers.
On Monday (2.9.2019) a guest lecture focused on: "Challenges for sustainable smallholder beef production in a rapidly changing ASEAN environment – insights from recent case studies in Indonesia and Vietnam" was delivered by Jeff Corfield (consultant to recent Australian Centre for International Agriculture Research (ACIAR)).
V srpnu jsme ve střední Ukrajině organizovali pod vedením Ing. Hynka Roubíka, Ph.D. (z našeho Biogas Research Team) další terénní výzkum studentů FTZ společně se studenty a mladými vědeckými pracovníky ze tří dalších Ukrajinských univerzit – ze Sumy National Agrarian University, Sumy State University a Bila Tserkva National Agrarian University. Celkem se účastnilo 22 účastníků a vše probíhalo v rámci projektu „Podpora mladých univerzitních kapacit v oblasti kvality vzdělávání a vědecko-výzkumných aktivit na Ukrajině“ podpořeného Českou rozvojovou agenturou.