The Microwave and Radio Electronics Week 2017 will be held at the Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic. Brno can be easily reached by train, bus, car, or airplane. The venue can be easily reached by Brno public transport.
Brno is located in the very heart of Europe. After Prague, it is the second largest city in the Czech Republic with a population of almost 400,000. Brno is situated in a picturesque basin on the crossroads of European motorways. It has an international airport and is rightfully considered as an important railway hub.
Brno – the city of Leoš Janáček and Johann Gregor Mendel. The city that blends rich history with modernity and innovation. The Moravian capital is a city of universities, a business hub and a great place to live, not just to visit. It’s a city of galleries, museums, cafés, clubs and festivals. See for yourself that Brno is a lively and creative place to discover.
Established in 1899 by Emperor Franz Joseph I, Brno University of Technology (BUT) is the city's oldest university. Today it offers high-quality studies in engineering, scientific, economic and artistic fields. With its 24 thousand students and 8 faculties, BUT is the nation's largest technical university.
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication is one of the largest faculties of the Brno University of Technology. More than 4,000 students in all programs study at the faculty. The faculty is the most successful part of BUT in research and development thanks to high number of international and national projects and contract research projects with a many results, which met strong international acclaim. The main drivers in the field of scientific research are mainly two regional centers SIX and CVVOZE.