The aim of the course is to familiarize students with the basic principles of production technologies especially of polymer nanofibres and carbon nanotubes. This course deals with students' introduction to fiber nanomaterials in terms of their production, distribution, testing and, of course, their application. Students are theoretically and practically acquainted with electrostatic spinning technology as efficient production of nanofibrous layers, with conditions influencing the electrostatic spinning process, with properties of resulting nanofibrous layers and possibilities of their utilization. The students are represented by carbon nanotubes, their production, properties and use, as well as the possibilities of production of composite materials containing nanofibrous materials, their properties and application. Special procedures for testing materials composed of nanofibers, which are often very different from traditional techniques, are also presented. Students are familiar with the potential risks of production and processing of nanofibrous materials.