Information Page of SAS Organisation
Institute of Measurement Science
Dúbravská cesta 9
841 04 Bratislava
|Director:||Doc. RNDr. Viktor Witkovský, CSc.|
|Tel:||02/ 591045 ext. 11, 91|
Basic information about institute: History of the Institute (IMS) is connected with "Laboratory for research and design of measuring and physical devices" founded in 1953 as one of the first laboratories or institutes of the newly constituted Slovak Academy of Sciences. In 1963 the Laboratory was transformed to the Institute.
At present the IMS is a scientific institution whose activities encompass the following basic domains of fundamental and applied research:
The Institute carries out postgraduate education (PhD study) in both daily and external form in study field 5.2.54 "Measurement Technology" as an external educational institution of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science of the Slovak Technical University in Bratislava.
Structure of the Institute:5 scientific departments (Departments of optoelectronic measuring methods, magnetometry, theoretical methods, imaging methods, biomeasurements) and mechanical workshop.
Present research program and fields of its possible application.
Besides of the basic research in the area of the selected measuring methods, the IMS is oriented to the following tasks with an impact to the industrial domain: