Czech Machinery Cluster (CMC)held a two-day conference on 16th and 17th September 2019 with the participation of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Industry and Trade, doc. Ing. Karel Havlíček, Ph.D, MBA on "Innovation and Education". One of the conclusions of the conference was the agreement of the participants on the importance of mathematics and logical subjects for secondary school education. As Minister of Industry and Trade doc. Ing. Karel Havlíček, Ph.D, MBA, as well as the Governor of Moravian-Silesian Region, prof. Ing. Ivo Vondrak, CSc. shows a big knowledge about the issue of education.
Companies suffer from a mismatch between the necessary innovation and the quality of education. “Thanks to the technological and research capacities of the Moravian-Silesian Region, it is an ideal time to build a highly ecological and prospective hydrogen industry. Moreover, we can build our region on the circular economy principle and consume regional waste as a source of hydrogen. But without skilled people who would think creatively about the future, it will not be possible, ”stated the CEO of Cylinders Holding and the President of National Machinery Cluster Jan Světlík.
In the photo: At the conference entitled "Innovation Strategy of the Czech Republic and its Reflection in the Quality of Education - the Future of the Czech Industry" prof. Ing. Ivo Vondrák, CSc., Governor of M-S Region, doc. Ing. Karel Havlíček, Ph.D.,MBA, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic and Ing. Jan Světlík, President of CMC.