International projects


Interreg Danube: IntegrAGE – praktický přístup na podporu zdravé adaptace a integrace pracovní síly 55+ na trh práce

The project aims to support the healthy integration of older working generations (55+) into the labour market, capitalise their knowledge and assists them to adapt to the challenges of new ways of working.

Cooperation: BSC, Business support centre L.t.d (Slovenia) and 13 other international partners.

Horizon Europe: SPONGEBOOST: Upscaling the natural sponge functions of freshwater ecosystems to deliver multi-benefit green deal solutions 

The goal of the project is to support (restoration) solutions close to nature, which have the function of retaining water, such as wetlands, peatlands, etc., and obtaining their multifunctional benefits.

Cooperation: Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ) (Germany) and 7 other international partners.

Horizon Europe: LAND4CLIMATE

The LAND4CLIMATE project aims to develop innovative solutions in the field of impacts and adaptations to climate change.

Cooperation: TU Dortmund (Germany) and 15 other international partners.

GAČR: Evaluation of hazard-mitigating hybrid infrastructure under climate change scenarios

Czech-Slovenian project dealing with the topic of reducing damage from natural disasters and adapting to climate change.

Cooperation: University of Ljubljana (Slovenian).

Interdisciplinary bilateral winter and summer school on energy systems in Austria and the Czech Republic 2024

The course is focused on the interdisciplinary connections between the production and consumption of energy as a commodity that significantly affects the quality of life in society and represents an important factor in the functioning of the economy.

Cooperation: TU Vienna (Austria), ČVUT (Czech republic)

Visegrad Fund: Sustainable population consumption in the post-pandemic economy. Three countries perspective

The topic of the project is the investigation of the impact of sustainable consumption through pro-environmental consumer behavior in the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia. 

Cooperation: Univerzita Komenského (Slovakia), Ekonomická univerzita Katowice (Poland)

Erasmus+: Green Netiquette: Empowering youth for a sustainable digital future

Green Netiquette is an innovative initiative aimed at promoting environmentally friendly netiquette as a key skill for the digital age.

Cooperation: Eurospeak limited (Ireland), Instituto ad Ordinamento Universitario “Scuola Superiore Carolina Albasio” (Italy) a Youthmakers Hub (Greece).

Interreg Central Europe: GREENE 4.0 – Smart and green innvation approaches for scaling up digital transformation opportunities in CE

The manufacturing industry in central Europe is challenged by change. Global supply chains are increasingly disrupted and the green transition demands more sustainable, smarter value chains. 

Cooperation: Pomurje Technology Park(Slovinsko) and 7 other international partners


D-CareDeveloping, piloting and validating smart care models in Danube region for supporting social innovation, improving competences and entrepreneurship 

Cooperation: “Iuliu Hateganu” University of Medicine and Pharmacy (Romania) and 18 other international partners.

Changes in transport behaviour under COVID-19 pandemics and their social impacts

Cooperation: Technion (Izrael)

S@mpler: Integrated education on sustainable mobility in cities

Cooperation: Technische Universität Dresden (Německo) a Gdańsk University of Technology (Polsko)

LAND4FLOOD: Natural Flood Retention on Private Land 

Cooperation: Partners from 35 European countries, U.S. and Australia

STRIMAII: Czech-Saxon border flood risk management II.

Cooperation: Sächsisches Landesamt für Umwelt, Landwirtschaft und Geologie (Germany), IÖR (Germany)

CE-HEAT: Comprehensive Model of Waste Heat Utilization in CE Regions

Cooperation: E-zavod (Slovenia) and other partners from Central Europe 

BIDELIN: Values of Ecosystem Services, Biodiversity and Blue-green Infrastructures in Cities, Exemplified by Dresden, Liberec and Děčín

Cooperation: IÖR (Germany)

UrbanAdapt: Development of Urban Adaptation Strategies Using Ecosystem-based Approaches to Adaptation

Cooperation: University of Iceland (Iceland)

Czech-Saxon Cooperation in the Railway Transport Enhancement

Cooperation: Sächsisches Staatsministerium für Wirtschaft, Arbeit und Verkehr (Germany), Sächsisches Landesamt für Umwelt, Landwirtschaft und Geologie (Germany)