“Deposition of Ag Nanocubes into Regular Arrays by Tailored Self-Assembly” by doctoral student Mindaugas Juodėnas (Materials engineering), was recognised as one of the best works in the 19th international conference-school “Advanced Materials and Technologies 2017”.
LMA prize of 2016 is awarded to the winners of the competition of the works of young scientists and doctoral students dr. Oksana Palekienė (Economics) and dr. Tadas Prasauskas (Environmental engineering).
Dr. Živilė Stankevičiūtė (Management) “Sustainability dimension in the organisation’s human resource management” was recognised as the best dissertation of 2015 by the programme of the Baltic Universities.
Doctoral student Vykintas Samaitis (Electrical and electronic engineering) was awarded a prestigious scholarship by the Acoustical Society of America for the results of his research activities.
Doctoral students Donatas Miklušis (Electrical and electronic engineering), Nora Šlekienė (Chemical Engineering), Vytautas Bakanauskas (Mechanical engineering), Shanker Ganesh Krishnamoorthy (Mechanical engineering) were awarded a scientific traineeship at the European Space Agency.
Doctoral student of KTU Institute of Materials Science Tadas Juknius (Materials Engineering) created a smart bandage with silver nanoparticles and pH indicator. Patent application on behalf of KTU, submitted in 2016, is being successfully commercialised under the invention licencing agreement with UAB “Addere” on 15 September 2016.
The catheters with antimicrobial properties and antimicrobial silicone covers, the invention of doctoral student Aistė Lisauskaitė (Materials engineering) and her supervisor Professor Virginija Jankauskaitė, have gained international acclaim.