Martin Fatun

Czech republic Project manager (Technology Centre ASCR)
I work in the Technology Centre ASCR in the group of strategic studies. Primarily I am interested in ICT innovation, foresight, R&D policy and R&D evaluation issues. 
Language(s): Czech, English

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Martin Faťun graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of the Charles University in Prague in field of mathematical informatics, theoretical cybernetics and system theory, with speciality in automatic computers and programming. After finishing of his studies in 1991 he was engaged in computer programming and database applications development. In 1995 he entered IDG Czech publishing house, where he gradually occupied positions of expert editor, deputy editor-in-chief and editorial director of Computerworld weekly and Business World monthly. Since August  2006 he works in the Technology Centre ASCR as a project manager in the group of R&D Strategic Studies. He is interested in ICT innovation, foresight, R&D policy and R&D evaluation issues. 

Basic information
Gender :
Male
Status :
Married
Most prominent role :
Researcher in private business
Education qualification :
Masters degree
Languages :
Czech, English
Primary Work information
Type of employer :
Non-governmental, not for profit, not representing commercial interest organisation
Employer :
Technology Centre ASCR
Location :
Czech republic Czech republic
Position :
Project manager
Main activities :
Research
Secondary Work information
Main activities :
Research
Research information
Interest in Cooperative research related to :
• Socio-economic Sciences and the Humanities
• ICT - Information & communication technologies
Interest in Individual research related to :
• Interdisciplinary
• Social Sciences & Humanities
• Physical Sciences & Engineering
Interest in Capacity building research related to :
• Cooperation
• Science and society
• Infrastructures
Type of research :
• Relevant for national/regional non-commercial external organisations (including the public sector)
• Relevant for intergovernmental non-commercial external organisations (e.g. European Union, United Nations, OECD)
• Focused on a general area of commercial interest to business and/or industry
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ACTIVITIES AND AREAS OF INTEREST

  • Rise of Africa

    Rise of Africa

    In case of stopping civil wars and lethal epidemics, fair land distribution and increase of education Africa may become important player on the economic map of the world. There is enormous wealth of raw materials and natural re...

     
     
  • Nano-lab inside your body

    Nano-lab inside your body

    Chip is inserted in the body at birth which will monitor the body, prevent diseases and heal the body if necessary. It can also communicate with health centre and ask for medical intervention and treatments. People will no lo...

     
     
  • iBrain vs. Brain Point

    iBrain vs. Brain Point

    This wildcard was generated from the Grand Challenge Work Life Balance. The original idea was derived from a work saving aspect whereby thoughts could be transferred straight from the brain onto software similar to Microsoft W...

     
     
  • Secure and safe internet that is easy to use

    Secure and safe internet that is easy to use

    This wild card was deemed originally as very dull but very wild. As the title suggests a new Internet would be developed that would be safe from criminal activity and social pathologies (private information theft, pornography,...

     
     
  • Entering new energy era

    Entering new energy era

    A significant breakthrough in physics of materials has been made to further to increase efficiency in production of energy. New non-fragile carbon composites were developed as well as new superconductors.

     
     
  • Clean coal technology discovered

    Clean coal technology discovered

    Energy industry in number of countries will be still to a large extent based on conventional coal energy. Despite of the fact that coal is the most pollutive fossil fuel, it is still to be the most widely used source of energy ...

     
     
  • A breakthrough discovery in plasma physics

    A breakthrough discovery in plasma physics

    A shocking discovery has been made in ITER, which enables fast implementation of thermonuclear fusion into practical utilization in energy production.

     
     
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  • Development of new materials

    Development of new materials

    In the nuclear research, R&D also in other fields of science is necessary. It is expecially the material science and its progress in development of new materials, first used in other industries (e.g. in airplanes) and then appl...

     
     
  • Lack of interest in nuclear energetics among young generation

    Lack of interest in nuclear energetics among young generation

    Development of every industry is depended on availability of human resources. In the countries which declared a phase-out from nuclear energetics, an apparent decrease of interest in this field among young generation is seen, a...

     
     
  • Small-scale nuclear power plant operating

    Small-scale nuclear power plant operating

    Small-scale nuclear power plant delivering energy only for two cities was put into operation. The production of the energy from this source make the two cities independent on pan-European energy system.

     
     
  • Nuclear power plants built in third world countries

    Nuclear power plants built in third world countries

    Nuclear power becomes world-spread and nuclear power plants are being built in third world countries - with limited security infrastructure, or inappropriately qualified personnel. The risk of a nuclear disaster would become higher.

     
     
  • Increasing shortage of qualified labor force

    Increasing shortage of qualified labor force

    With continuous ageing of population and low birth rate, the shortage of qualified labor in certain industrial sectors can become an increasingly wide issue, especially for the developed countries, but also for some of the deve...

     
     
  • Terabit silicon photonic on chip

    Terabit silicon photonic on chip

    BOOM is an integration project that aims to pursue the systematic advancement of Silicon-on-Insulator (SOI) integration technology to develop compact, cost-effective and power efficient silicon photonic components that enable p...

     
     
  • Fast electronics for compact lab-on-chip applications

    Fast electronics for compact lab-on-chip applications

    The goal of the ULTRA project is the development of THz systems for medical, biological and chemical analysis. The combination of electronic, microfluidic, THz and 3D packaging technologies will enable low-cost, reliable and hi...

     
     
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