Research projects

Research projects

Current projects

Our faculty successfully applied for the ARRS (Slovenian Research Agency) public tender named "Sofinanciranje znanstvenoraziskovalnega sodelovanja med Republiko Slovenijo ter Bosno in Hercegovino v letih 2019 – 2020 (Co-financing scientific and research cooperation between the Republic of Slovenia and Bosnia and Herzegovina in the years 2019-2020)". 

The MAPgears proect is a project co-funded by the Republic of Slovenia - Ministry of Education, Science and Sport - and the European Union – European Regional Development Fund. 

The CoSiMa project is a project co-funded by the Republic of Slovenia - Ministry of Education, Science and Sport - and the European Union – European Regional Development Fund.

The Polymetal project is one of  the approved projects in the frame of the »Cooperation Programme Interreg V-A Slovenia-Austria«. 

The infrastructure program, granted by the Slovenian Research Agency (Javna agencija za raziskovalno dejavnost Republike Slovenije), provides valuable support to projects and programs of research organisations, companies and individuals in both Slovenia and beyond.

Strategic direction of the programme is to exploit the potential of biomass for development of advanced materials and bio-based products, by creating new value chains for cascading utilisation of biomass.

Completed projects

Creative Core VŠTP (Kreativno jedro VŠTP) was a project approved within the »Operational Programme for Strengthening Regional Development potentials for period 2007-2013.«

The PolyRegion Project pursues the goal of developing the existing significant potential in the field of polymers and polymer processing technology in the regions of Slovenia (Koroska, Savinjska) and Austria (Styria, Carinthia).

The project PolyRegion - Pro.Act was launched as an add-on project to the PolyRegion activities. The new project concentrates on R&D and educational tasks and will strengthen the competitiveness and international visibility of PolyRegion.

Project “Factory Labs” was a joint project of two partners, HTL Wolfsberg and The Polymer Technology College, which was approved within the Operational Programme Slovenia-Austria 2007-2013.

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