1 General topics of doctoral theses and the supervisors for doctoral study in academic year 2013/2014 January 2013
3 Computer Science and Engineering Computer Science and Engineering A1 Efficient software component representation and matching Doc. Ing. Přemysl Brada, Ph.D., MSc. A2 Visualization of complex modular software systems Doc. Ing. Přemysl Brada, Ph.D., MS.c. A3 Software component models for reliable composition Doc. Ing. Přemysl Brada, Ph.D., MSc. A4 Methods of testing of extensive software projects Doc. Ing. Pavel Herout, Ph.D. A5 Text Summarization and its Use in the Multilingual Web Environment Prof. Ing. Karel Ježek, CSc. A6 Methods and Tools for Sentiment analysis in Social Networks Prof. Ing. Karel Ježek, CSc. A7 Advanced Information Retrieval Methods Prof. Ing. Karel Ježek, CSc. A8 Reasoning Web Prof. Ing. karel Ježek, CSc. Registration Methods for Global Reference Body Doc. Ing. Josef Kohout, Ph.D. A9 Geometric models of proteins Prof. Dr. Ing. Ivana Kolingerová A10 Optimation of triangulated models Prof. Dr. Ing. Ivana Kolingerová A11 Geometric models for large data Prof. Dr. Ing. Ivana Kolingerová A12 Methodology of ontology creation for formal description of sentence Prof. Ing. Václav Matoušek, CSc. semantics A13 Effective system for meaning extraction from spontaneous speech Prof. Ing. Václav Matoušek, CSdc. recordings A14 Natural language processing and ontological knowledge management Prof. Ing. Václav Matoušek, CSc. A15 Proposal and realization of a software tool for biomedical information Prof. Ing. Václav Matoušek, CSc. extraction A16 Methods and tools for biomedical signal processing and real time analysis Prof. Ing. Václav Matoušek, CSc. of scanned data A17 Standardization of data models in electrophysiology Ing. Roman Mouček, Ph.D. A18 Processing of event related potentials and peripheral biological signals Ing. Roman Mouček, Ph.D. A19 Analysis of driver s attention Ing. Roman Mouček, Ph.D. A20 Analysis and evaluation of biomedical data Ing. Pavel Nový, Ph.D. A21 Generative programming, feature modelling and reuse in software Ing. Ondřej Rohlík, Ph.D. engineering A22 High-integrity software design and formal verification of software Ing. Ondřej Rohlík, Ph.D. properties on model or code level A23 New approaches to aspect oriented programming and modelling Ing. Ondřej Rohlík, Ph.D. A24 Intelligent software agents in simulations or computer games Ing. Ondřej Rohlík, Ph.D. A25 New approaches to user interface Ing. Ondřej Rohlík, Ph.D. A26 Algoritms for computer graphics with Geometrical Algebra Prof. Ing. Václav Skala, CSc. A27 Vizualization on n-dimensional t-variant data Prof. Ing. Václav Skala, CSc. A28 Visualization of Economical Informations Prof. Ing. Václav Skala, CSc. A29 Visualization of technical and medical data Prof. Ing. Václav Skala, CSc. A30 Data models for large geometrical data in distributed environment Prof. Ing. Václav Skala, CSc. A31 Interpolation and approximation methods for large geometrical data Prof. Ing. Václav Skala, CSc. Mathematics Applied Mathematics č. Téma Školitel A1 Algorithms for hard problems in combinatorial optimization Doc. Ing. Roman Čada, Ph.D. A2 Application of the method of transfer of conditions to the Prof. RNDr. Petr Přikryl, CSc. numerical solution of moving boundary problems A3 Computational fluid dynamics Doc. Ing. Marek Brandner, Ph.D. A4 Continuous Models of Stochastic Dynamics Prof. RNDr. Bohdan Maslowski, DrSc. A5 Covering and factorization problems in graph theory Doc. Ing. Roman Čada, Ph.D. 1
4 A6 Fučík spectra of continuous and discrete operators Doc. Ing. Gabriela Holubová, Ph.D. A7 Geometric fractional Brownian motion and its applications Prof. RNDr. Bohdan Maslowski, DrSc. A8 Geometric modelling - continuous and discrete objects Doc. RNDr. František Ježek, CSc. A9 Homogenization of PDE with periodically heterogeneous Prof. Dr. Ing. Eduard Rohan, DSc. coefficients - modeling of optical or acoustic wave dispersion on interfaces A10 Chromatic graph theory Doc. RNDr. Tomáš Kaiser, Ph.D. A11 Mathematical and numerical modelling of non-equilibrium Prof. RNDr. Petr Přikryl, CSc. phase transitions A12 Mathematical models of theoretical ecology Prof. RNDr. Vlastimil Křivan, CSc. A13 Modelling of material memory and fatigue RNDr. Pavel Krejčí, CSc. A14 Multipoint boundary value problems for ordinary differential Prof. RNDr. Pavel Drábek, DrSc. equations A15 Nonlinear boundary value problems for ordinary differential Prof. RNDr. Pavel Drábek, DrSc. equations of higher order A16 Nonlinear boundary value problems for partial differential Prof. RNDr. Pavel Drábek, DrSc. equations of the second order with degenerated and singular coefficients A17 Nonlinear eigenvalue problems, characterization of the Prof. RNDr. Pavel Drábek, DrSc. spectrum b A18 Nonlinear functional analysis and its applications - application RNDr. Petr Tomiczek, CSc. to mathematical physics A19 Nonlinear functional analysis and its applications - variational RNDr. Petr Tomiczek, CSc. methods and optimization A20 Nonsmooth models for the phase transitions, classification of Prof. RNDr. Pavel Drábek, DrSc. the critical energy levels A21 Numerical methods for systems of PDEs describing porous Prof. Dr. Ing. Eduard Rohan, DSc. media saturated by fluids - convection-diffusion in biomechanics A22 Numerical modelling - effective numerical methods for solving Doc. Ing. Josef Daněk, Ph.D. large-scale elliptic problems A23 Numerical modelling - numerical methods in linear and nonlinear elasticity A24 Numerical methods for transport equation A25 Qualitative and computational methods in the study of nonlinear problems A26 Qualitative and quantitative properties of nonlinear boundary problems A27 Reaction-diffusion systems with unilateral conditions, interpretation in biology A28 Shape optimization for problems constrained by multiscale PDEs - optimal design of metamaterials A29 Special classes of curves and surfaces studying in alternative geometric systemsb A30 Structural problems in Hamiltonian graph theory A31 Two-scale convergence and Gamma convergence for nonlinear PDE problems. A32 Variational inequalities - bifurcation and stability, interpretation in physics and biology Doc. Ing. Josef Daněk, Ph.D. Doc. Ing. Marek Brandner, Ph.D. Doc. Ing. Petr Girg, Ph.D. Doc. Ing. Gabriela Holubová, Ph.D. Prof. RNDr. Milan Kučera, DrSc. Prof. Dr. Ing. Eduard Rohan, DSc. Doc. RNDr. Miroslav Lávička, Ph.D. Prof. RNDr. Zdeněk Ryjáček, DrSc. Prof. Dr. Ing. Eduard Rohan, DSc. Prof. RNDr. Milan Kučera, DrSc. 2
5 Geomatics Geomatics No. Topic Supervisor A1 Application of potential theory for determination of the Earth s gravity field RNDr. Ing. Petr Holota, DrSc. A2 Computation of a precise local gravity field model for height transformation in the Czech Republic A3 Determination of temporal variations of the Earth s gravity field from available local gravity data or global geopotential models Ing. Vojtech Pálinkáš, PhD. A4 Forward modelling in geodesy A5 GPS in the process of creation, management and maintenance of cadastral records doc. Ing. Václav Čada, CSc. Prof. Ing. Jan Kostelecký, DrSc. A6 Gravity field mapping through combination of heterogeneous gravity field data RNDr. Ing. Petr Holota, DrSc.i A7 Information systems of public administration in information society doc. Ing. Václav Čada, CSc. doc. Ing. Jiří Šíma, CSc. A8 Troposphere modelling for precise position estimation with GNSS Ing. Jan Douša, Ph.D. A9 Development of GNSS data analyses for ionosphere monitoring Ing. Jan Douša, Ph.D. A10 Development of GNSS data analyses for troposphere monitoring targeting on meteorology Ing. Jan Douša, Ph.D. A11 Development of GNSS data analyses for troposphere monitoring targeting on climatology Ing. Jan Douša, Ph.D. A12 Development of GNSS data analyses for geodynamics Ing. Jan Douša, Ph.D. A13 Advanced methods of real-time precise point positioning Ing. Jan Douša, Ph.D. A14 Parametrization of the Earth s gravity field through combination of heterogeneous gravimetric and gradiometric data RNDr. Ing. Petr Holota, DrSc. A15 Variational methods for solving problems of potential theory RNDr. Ing. Petr Holota, DrSc. in physical geodesy A16 Optimation of triangulated models for GIS prof. Dr. Ing. Ivana Kolingerová Applied Sciences and Computer Engineering Applied Mechanics A1 Modeling of the random vibrating structures Prof. Dr. Ing. Jan Dupal A2 Parametric vibrations of the non-symetrical rotors Prof. Dr. Ing. Jan Dupal A3 Modelling of contact surfaces with a damaged location Doc. Ing. Jaromír Švígler, CSc. A4 Dynamical analysis of vibro-impact systems Prof. Ing. Vladimír Zeman, DrSc. special supervisor Ing. Miroslav Byrtus, Ph.D. A5 Fatigue life Prediction of Composite Materials Prof. Ing. Vladislav Laš, CSc. A6 Damage of interface of composite materials Ing. Robert Zemčík, Ph.D. Special supervisor Ing. Tomáš Kroupa, Ph.D. A7 Buckling of composite structures Ing. Robert Zemčík, Ph.D. Special supervisor Ing. Tomáš Kroupa, Ph.D. A8 Shape optimization in acoustic wave propagation Prof. Dr. Ing. Eduard Rohan, DSc. A9 Shape optimization in fluid flow problems Prof. Dr. Ing. Eduard Rohan, DSc. special supervisor Ing. Robert Cimrman, Ph.D. A10 Modelling of wave propagation and dispersion in fluid saturated porous media Prof. Dr. Ing. Eduard Rohan, DSc. A11 Modelling of hemodynamics in carotid artery with possible atherosclerotic Doc. Ing. Jan Vimmr, Ph.D. plaque development A12 Modelling non-newtonian fluids in biomechanics Prof. Ing. Jiří Křen, CSc. A13 Modelling of growth and remodelling of tissues Prof. Ing. Josef Rosenberg, DrSc. A14 The complex biomechanical modelling of the organs in the human body Prof. Ing. Josef Rosenberg, DrSc. 3
6 A15 Shape and topology optimization in interaction problems Prof. Dr. Ing. Eduard Rohan, DSc. A16 Application of multiscale tissue description for development of their Prof. Dr. Ing. Eduard Rohan, DSc. microstructure-oriented models A17 Micromechanics and statistical mechanics for applications in biomechanics Doc. Dr. RNDr. Miroslav Holeček A18 Two-scale models in continuum mechanics with applications in biomechanics Doc. Dr. RNDr. Miroslav Holeček A19 Modelling of living tissue based on stereological assessment of their microscopic structure Doc. Dr. RNDr. Miroslav Holeček special supervisor Doc. MUDr.Mgr. Zbyněk Tonar, Ph.D. A20 Extended continuum models Doc. Dr. RNDr. Miroslav Holeček A21 Reliability Assessment of Composite Structures using SBRA method Prof. Ing. Pavel Marek, DrSc. A22 Formulation of the Rules of probabilistic Simulation Based Reliability Prof. Ing. Pavel Marek, DrSc. Assessment Method SBRA applicable in Codes A23 Fracture of anisotropic thin-walled structures applying multiscale numerical methods Doc. Ing. Petr Brož, DrSc. Applied Sciences and Computer Engineering Cybernetics A1 Sliding mode control Prof.Ing.Miloš Schlegel, CSc. A2 Robust pole placement by output feedback Prof.Ing.Miloš Schlegel, CSc. A3 Active damping of vibration Prof.Ing.Miloš Schlegel, CSc. A4 Robust modal control of LTI systems Prof.Ing.Miloš Schlegel, CSc. A5 Model predictive control with constraints Prof.Ing.Miloš Schlegel, CSc. A6 Motion control systems Prof.Ing.Miloš Schlegel, CSc. A7 Speech Recognition and Understanding Prof.Ing.Josef Psutka, CSc. Doc.Ing.Luděk Műller, Ph.D. A8 Technical Diagnostics Prof.Ing.Josef Psutka, CSc. Doc.Ing.Luděk Műller, Ph.D. A9 Voice Dialog Systems with speech synthesis, recognition, and understanding Prof.Ing.Josef Psutka, CSc. Doc.Ing.Luděk Műller, Ph.D. A10 Audiovisual Speech Recognition Doc.Ing.Luděk Műller, Ph.D. A11 Speech Signal Processing and Recognition Doc.Ing.Dr.Vlasta Radová A12 State estimation of nonlinear or non-gaussion stochastic systems Prof.Ing.Miroslav Šimandl, CSc. A13 Active fault detection Prof.Ing.Miroslav Šimandl, CSc. A14 System identification and control with neural networks Prof.Ing.Miroslav Šimandl, CSc. A15 Adaptive signal processing Prof.Ing.Miroslav Šimandl, CSc. A16 Adaptive dual control Prof.Ing.Miroslav Šimandl, CSc. A17 State estimation and fault detection methods with GPS data: Personal Prof.Ing.Miroslav Šimandl, CSc. positioning and navigation A18 Computer Speech Synthesis Doc.Ing.Jindřich Matoušek,Ph.D A19 Multimodal processing of speech and sign language Doc.Ing.Miloš Železný,Ph.D. A20 Machine vision for medical and technical diagnostics Doc.Ing.Miloš Železný,Ph.D. A21 Remote sensing Doc.Ing.Miloš Železný,Ph.D. Applied Sciences and Computer Engineering Plasma Physics and Physics of Thin Films A1 Mechanical properties of hard films with a varying hardness-to-young s Prof. Ing. Jindřich Musil, DrSc. modulus ratio A2 Pulsed magnetron sputtering of nanostructured multicomponent thin-film Prof. RNDr. Jaroslav Vlček, CSc. materials A3 Physical processes of material surface treatment by high power lasers Doc. Ing. Milan Honner, Ph.D. 4
Army Research Laboratory Technical Implementation Plan 2015 2019 U.S. ARMY RESEARCH LABORATORY MISSION: Discover, innovate, and transition science and technology to ensure dominant strategic land power.
Course Name from Georgia DOE Course ID Course Description from 2002 "Descriptions for State-Funded Courses Georgia s Quality Core Curriculum" Animal Science Technology/Biotechnology 02.x210 Plant Science
Curriculum for Business Economics and Information Technology Copenhagen School of Design and Technology August 2012 1 General regulations for all institutions providing the programme Curriculum Applicable
Introduction to Process Systems Engineering Davide Manca Lesson 1 of Process Systems Engineering Master Degree in Chemical Engineering Politecnico di Milano Definition of Process Systems Engineering PSE
Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II Facoltà di Ingegneria Corso di Laurea Specialistica in INGEGNERIA AEROSPAZIALE E ASTRONAUTICA Classe delle lauree specialistiche N. 25/S Dipartimento di Ingegneria
Feedback Systems An Introduction for Scientists and Engineers Karl Johan Åström Richard M. Murray Version v2.1b (February 22, 29) This is the electronic edition of Feedback Systems and is available from
Peter Reimann b Michael Reiter a Holger Schwarz b Dimka Karastoyanova a Frank Leymann a SIMPL A Framework for Accessing External Data in Simulation Workflows Stuttgart, March 20 a Institute of Architecture
JOURNAL OF COMPUTERS, VOL. 4, NO. 10, OCTOBER 2009 1033 Management of Attainable Tradeoffs between Conflicting Goals Marek Makowski International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Schlossplatz 1,
Pavel Hanžl et al. Explanatory notes to the Geological Base Map of the Czech Republic at 1: 25 000 scale czech geological survey Explanatory notes to the Geological Base Map of the Czech Republic at 1:25
Content Specifications for the Subject Matter Requirement for the Multiple Subject Teaching Credential The statutory requirements for completion of a Multiple Subject Teaching Credential include verification
Bachelor of Science in Business Management The Bachelor of Science in Business Management is a competencybased program that enables leaders and managers in organizations to earn a Bachelor of Science degree.
A.A.: 2014-2015 Contact info: Ing.Meccanica@Univaq.It Info: http://www.ing.univaq.it/cdl/mostra_corso.php?codice=i4m Location: Via Campo di Pile, Zona Industriale di Pile, 67100 L Aquila Duration: 2 years
[ Zhou Wang and Alan C. Bovik ] For more than 50 years, the meansquared error (MSE) has been the dominant quantitative performance metric in the field of signal processing. It remains the standard criterion
Feature Article Multimodal Person Recognition for Human Vehicle Interaction Next-generation vehicles will undoubtedly feature biometric person recognition as part of an effort to improve the driving experience.
PROJECT FINAL REPORT Grant Agreement number: 212117 Project acronym: FUTUREFARM Project title: FUTUREFARM-Integration of Farm Management Information Systems to support real-time management decisions and
Indiana State Approved Course Titles and Descriptions 2012-2013 School Year Indiana Department of Education College and Career Readiness 151 West Ohio Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 October 1, 2011 TABLE
Joint Transnational Call 2015 for transnational research projects in synergy with the two FET Flagships Graphene Flagship Human Brain Project Call Announcement Deadline: 27 January 2015, 17:00CET Documents
Help! Guide Fall 2014-Spring 2015 Department of Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering University of Colorado at Boulder Engineering Center Main Office - Room ECEE 1B55 425 UCB Boulder, CO 80309-0425
Controllability and Observability of Partial Differential Equations: Some results and open problems Enrique ZUAZUA Departamento de Matemáticas Universidad Autónoma 2849 Madrid. Spain. firstname.lastname@example.org
Master of Science (MSc) in Engineering Technology Electronics-ICT www.khk.be Proceedings of MSc thesis papers electronics-ict Academic year 2010-2011 Content INTRODUCTION... III JAVA-BASED LOCAL STREAMING
SIAM REVIEW Vol. 43,No. 2,pp. 235 286 c 2001 Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics The Quadratic Eigenvalue Problem Françoise Tisseur Karl Meerbergen Abstract. We survey the quadratic eigenvalue
Bachelor of Science in Marketing Management The Bachelor of Science in Marketing Management is a competencybased program that enables marketing and sales professionals to earn a Bachelor of Science degree.
PhD Projects at Northumbria University Title: Intelligent Pathological Testing for Diagnosis using Smart Phone (NU_PHD1) Contact Person: Prof. Alamgir Hossain Email: email@example.com The
SBIR Small Business Innovation Research Program ABSTRACTS OF AWARDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2013 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration INTRODUCTION The Department of Commerce
RECOMMENDED PRACTICE DNV-RP-H3 MODELLING AND ANALYSIS OF MARINE OPERATIONS APRIL FOREWORD (DNV) is an autonomous and independent foundation with the objectives of safeguarding life, property and the environment,
School of Physics and Astronomy Year 3 Project Catalogue Academic Year 2015-2016 See the accompanying document "Year 3 Project Selection" for details about choosing projects and important deadlines. If
E U R O P E A N COMMISSION European Research Area Factories of the Future (FoF) PPP FACTORIES OF THE FUTURE PPP STRATEGIC MULTI-ANNUAL ROADMAP Prepared by the Ad-hoc Industrial Advisory Group Policy Research