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Teleinformatics

Original title in Czech: TeleinformatikaFEKTAbbreviation: PK-TLIAcad. year: 2018/2019

Programme: Electrical Engineering and Communication

Length of Study: 4 years

Accredited from: 25.7.2007Accredited until: 31.12.2020

Profile

The aim of the studies is to prepare top-class scientific personalities that will be able to provide solution to challenging problems of science and technology in the field of information technologies in telecommunications. Another aim is to teach graduates the methods of scientific work, to make their knowledge of higher mathematics and physics more profound, and to furnish students with theoretical, experimental and practical knowledge from the field of teleinformatics.

Key learning outcomes

Graduates of doctoral studies in the field of teleinformatics are fit to work as scientific and research workers in the development, design and operation departments of research and development institutes, and telecommunications companies, where they can make full creative use of their knowledge and skills.
The graduate is capable of solving independently sophisticated problems of science and technology in the field of teleinformatics.
In view of the scope of his theoretical education the graduate is capable of adapting to practice requirements in both fundamental and applied research.

Occupational profiles of graduates with examples

This field of study focuses on the science education of doctoral students with profound theoretical foundations in converging communication and in formation technologies. The main part of the study includes course in theoretical informatics and telecommunication technology. In the area of teleinformatics the student has much knowledge of communication and information technologies, data transmissions and their security, inclusive of using and designing the related software. He is well versed in operating systems, computer languages, database systems, distributed applications and the like. He can cope with the algorithmization of tasks on a high level and can propose new technological solutions of telecommunication devices, information systems and support services.

Supervisor

Issued topics of Doctoral Study Program

2. round (podání přihlášek od 01.07.2018 do 31.07.2018)

  1. Adaptive speech enhancement using sound intensive probe

    The studying of the properties of sound intensity probe, which is also used for localization of sound source, will be first step. The research of the adaptive noise cancellation (ANC) algorithm used in two-channel speech enhancement systems will be the next step. The purpose is to design and test a new adaptive algorithm, which partially utilizing the directional properties of the sound intensity probe for speech quality enhancement.

    Tutor: Sysel Petr, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  2. Advanced Classification of Textural Features

    The thesis is focused on definition and analysis of textural features in images of sedimentary grains acquired by electron microscope device. The main goal of the work is to objectivize and to automatize the estimation of exoscopic parameters of given grains with the purpose to statistically classify the grains into different classes based on a geomorphological processes which contributed to form a given analysed grain structure.

    Tutor: Říha Kamil, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  3. Analysis and emulation of fractional systems

    The description and realization of fractional systems gain on attention in numerous engineering areas, e.g. as a tool for in vivo non-invasive measurement and subsequent analysis. The aim of the thesis is the description and design of methods and tools suitable for analysis of real systems using fractional calculus and their modelling.

    Tutor: Koton Jaroslav, prof. Ing., Ph.D.

  4. Communication network quality parameters

    The study topic is focused on research methods for measurement and evaluation data parameters of heterogeneous communication networks in terms of end-user access to the Internet and other services.

    Tutor: Zeman Václav, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  5. Converters for mutual A/D and D/A conversions working in the current mode

    The work is focused on the design of A/D and D/A converters working in the current mode. The aim is to design a suitable structure of number-current and current-number converters without internal current-voltage and voltage-current conversions with respect to enhancing the bandwidth in comparison with converters working in the voltage mode. Part of the work is also the design and analysis of current-mode antialiasing filters. The design will start from unconventional circuit element structures such as current conveyors (CCI, CCII, CCIII) with simple or floating output, current feedback amplifiers (CFA) or transconductance amplifiers (OTA, BOTA, DBTA). Requirements to be met by the candidate: the knowledge of circuit theory and simulation programs (MicroCap, PSpice).

    Tutor: Lattenberg Ivo, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  6. Design of Modern IP Sophisticated Telematic Systems in Transport

    Telematic systems are particularly common in transport. Research into telematic systems based on the Internet protocol will be focused on the design of sophisticated, i.e. well-considered, formally well-developed and complicated methods that use IP systems in various areas. Surveillance and protection systems, systems of paying the fare, information systems and interactive applications, etc. are supposed in particular. Localization by GPS, vehicle diagnostics, and vehicle monitoring on ortho-maps in real situations are in the focus. Sophisticated telematic systems will be software simulated, optimized and subsequently hardware realized in the form of functional specimens. Communication between two cars without a driver intervention, collision avoidance, information transmission about traffic from the places cars left are expected. A highly accurate navigation system based on Galileo system (GNSS) for controlling functional blocks of cars are considered.

    Tutor: Škorpil Vladislav, doc. Ing., CSc.

  7. Device localization using BLE packets

    Inside buildings or in the other environments where it is not possible to locate people or devices using a GPS system, sensory networks are used for localization. One solution is using Bluetooth Low Energy wireless technology. The result of the thesis should be analysis of localization accuracy on the deployment of sensory networks nodes, optimization of deployment for the given environment and optimization of localization algorithm.

    Tutor: Sysel Petr, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  8. Effective Use of IP Networks in Crisis Situations

    The aim is to create an effective strategy for the use of the public and private IP network for crisis management. Also propose such a network, which could have the capacity, but also in terms of resistance to ensure the crisis communication. This would, in particular, traffic data, voice, TV broadcast. Other parts would propose new methods of Internet communication management-manage the flows of information, etc. Research should include also the influence of network topology on its stability and security, the speed of the spread of viruses, ability to resist attacks, etc. One of the objectives is to design a software robot that will be able to monitor the network topology, where appropriate, the Internet, the aim is to design a system for exchanging files over the Internet, but without any central control. The system would be intuitively usable. The solution should be safe and allow anonymous of the sender and the recipient of the data. The final. design of highly durable network suitable for crisis situations and this proposal prove theory.

    Tutor: Škorpil Vladislav, doc. Ing., CSc.

  9. Feature analysis of current-mode electronic frequency filters

    The work is focused on the feature analysis of current-mode electronic frequency filters. The aim is to design algoritmizable methods that lead to finding features of filters generally defined by the schematic. It will be necessary to evaluate the available feature ranges, e.g. quality, pass-band current transfer, dynamic range within a defined supply voltage, sensitivity, etc. In the case of finding the quality range, the point is to find the extremes of a multi-variable non-linear function. Mathematical tools (e.g. Maple or MathCAD) will first be used for this purpose; afterwards the algorithm itself will be designed. Requirements to be met by the candidate: algorithm thinking, the knowledge of computer programming and circuit theory.

    Tutor: Lattenberg Ivo, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  10. Fractional-Order Electronic Circuits

    The topic deals with analog electronic circuits of fractional order. These circuits are characterized by non-integer power of a complex variable in the characteristic equation. The aim is to find new frequency filters, oscillators, synthetic immittance elements, PID controllers and other fractional-order circuits. These circuits will provide more general characteristics compared to their integer-order counterparts. Mathematical description, modeling, implementation and practical use of these circuits are also included.

    Tutor: Kubánek David, Ing., Ph.D.

  11. More Effective security of networks with IEEE 802.11 Standard

    The vulnerability of the IEEE 802.11, attacks on the security methods and the methods for its effectiveness. Wireless network security issues expected standards IEEE 802.11. A detailed introduction to these standards, describe the various types of wireless security, including their properties and the subsequent theoretical analysis. The implementation of the attacks on the various methods of modern security algorithms, emphasis will be placed on the identification of weaknesses of 802.11 protocols. On the basis of the findings will be designed and tested security more effective. Attention will be paid to the security quality of service QoS in 802.11 networks. The network will be subject to examination by appropriate programs and simulators (OMNET++, NS2). Will also be examined according to modern services (IP phones, the transmission of video, voice, multimedia) to delay and to be performed, including an overall analysis to the QoS optimization.

    Tutor: Škorpil Vladislav, doc. Ing., CSc.

  12. Optimization of Routing Principles in High-speed Converged Networks

    The aim of the study is to optimize the routing principles. The architecture of network element with priority routing will be designed. An original procedure will be proposed for modelling this problematic mathematically and also for implementing the mathematical model. The software simulation of a system that can be used to control the switching field designed for switching data units shall be extended with hardware implementation, e.g. via programmable logic fields of development system FPGA. The knowledge obtained will be generalized and related to the theory of high-speed network elements. The MATLAB program and Simulink and the VHDL and Visual C++ language in particular are expected to be used in software simulation.

    Tutor: Škorpil Vladislav, doc. Ing., CSc.

  13. Peer-to-peer Network in Overloaded Locality

    Supporting the idea of using the data transfer to peer-to-peer communication between devices in a given locality. Simulate the mobile network is congested for, such as exhibitions, concerts, etc. In this case, that people use the same service on a mobile Internet-news, Twitter, Facebook. Proposal for a network, which will organize itself and it will be possible to ensure, through a network of mobile operator the page or information downloaded, only one user in the site, among others, would then spread the content of the ad-hoc networks. With the growing number of facilities would be de facto increased the transport capacity of the network. When the extension of the traffic, despite the different media or across operators will be able to carry calls.

    Tutor: Škorpil Vladislav, doc. Ing., CSc.

  14. Physical unclonable functions

    The study topic is focused on research of physical unclonable functions and their use in cryptographic protocols. Physical unclonable function (PUF) is a physical entity that is embodied in a physical structure and is easy to evaluate but hard to predict. PUF represent an alternative to safely store secret key cryptosystems.

    Tutor: Zeman Václav, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  15. RC Elements with Distributed Parameters and Their Utilization in Electrical Circuits

    The topic aims at the research into design of resistive-capacitive elements with distributed parameters (RC-EDP) and their utilization in electrical circuits especially with modern active elements (conveyors, current amplifiers etc.). The main part of the study will be design of RC-EDP implementing immittance functions of fractional (i.e integer) order. The aim will be improvement of properties compared to present solutions of fractional-order immittance elements (increase in accuracy, frequency bandwidth, better integrability, possibility of parameter setting). Frequency filters, oscillators, synthetic immittance elements and other circuits will be designed as applications of these elements. The aim will be improving properties compared to existing circuits and moreover obtaining characteristics that cannot be realized by classical elements or only at the cost of using complex structures.

    Tutor: Kubánek David, Ing., Ph.D.

  16. Security in converged networks

    The aim is to analyse the up-to-date development and trends in the area of converged networks, mainly the problems of protection against cybernetic attacks. The areas of 5G mobile, SDN and consequential transmission technologies are seemed to be among the advanced possibilities. The design of innovative or new protection methods is supposed to be on the basis of obtained observation. Research requires a summary of networks area, practice with MATALB or SCILAB programs, or knowledge of at least one of VHDL, C or Java languages, system FPGA, evolutionary algorithms, etc.

    Tutor: Škorpil Vladislav, doc. Ing., CSc.

  17. Sensor applications of optical fibres

    The goal of PhD study is the research of the influence of ambient conditions like temperature, pressure, mechanical vibrations on transmission characteristics of optical fibres, and the design of suitable methods and techniques of optical fibre usage as sensors of various physical quantities.

    Tutor: Novotný Vít, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  18. Sequential Estimation of Arterial Wall Contours

    Examination of the common carotid artery (CCA) based on ultrasound measurements is an effective method for detecting cardiovascular diseases. In particular, the spatial evolution of the CCA wall is related to diagnostically relevant parameters describing, e.g., CCA tissue elasticity. Accordingly, the goal of this PhD thesis is to estimate the time-varying contour of the CCA wall from an ultrasound video sequence. This is to be achieved by developing a sequential extension of a machine learning method known as Gaussian process regression (GPR). In the GPR method, a function to be learned is represented by a random process, which avoids an explicit parametric representation. The desired sequential extension of the GPR method should be able to continuously track the detailed shape of the CCA wall over a time period of arbitrary duration. (Collaboration partner: Prof. Franz Hlawatsch, TU Wien)

    Tutor: Říha Kamil, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  19. Smoothing Methods for Arterial Wall Motion Tracking

    Examination of the common carotid artery (CCA) from ultrasound measurements is an effective method for detecting cardiovascular diseases. The goal of this PhD thesis is the development of time-recursive methods for tracking CCA- related multiple scatterers in an ultrasound videosequence. These methods will be based on hidden Markov models describing the temporal evolution of the scatterers and smoothing techniques for multitarget tracking, and they will take advantage of the strong statistical dependencies of the scatterers. The smoothing approach is expected to outperform current filtering approaches at the expense of a higher computational complexity.

    Tutor: Říha Kamil, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  20. Spatiotemporal Analysis of Sound Fields

    The spatiotemporal method display the cumulative development of the sound field as a function of direction of the sound intensity using the spatial impulse response. Application of this method is, for example, an analysis of listening rooms, estimation of direction of the incoming sound and more. The aim of this work is to modify this method for various microphone arrays and to find new objective metrics describing the sound field using the spatiotemporal analysis, e.g. spatial information coding and objective assessment of the quality of the listening rooms.

    Tutor: Schimmel Jiří, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  21. The design of methods of data detection in xPON systems

    The aim is to design methods, an algorithm, to detect data in xPON network. Furthermore, to design the algorithm with a possibility of implementation into FPGA. The focus is on the data detection between OLT and ONU units. An development platform equipped with programmable XILINX network card and G.984 GPON system will be granted. The knowledge of VHDL, FPGA is needed, a knowledge of C or Python is beneficial. The overview of xPON network is an integral part.

    Tutor: Škorpil Vladislav, doc. Ing., CSc.

  22. Using Machine Learning for Modelling of Audio Systems

    Neural networks and machine learning are currently used in the area of audio signal processing for data mining, eg. recognition of genre, music information retrieval from recordings, etc., and speech processing, such as word recognition, speaker identification, emotion recognition, etc. However, their potential use is also in modelling analog musical effects, audio and acoustic systems etc. This topic focuses on the area of audio system modelling, with the emphasis on minimizing the need for manual labeling of recordings for training of neural networks.

    Tutor: Schimmel Jiří, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

1. round (podání přihlášek od 01.04.2018 do 15.05.2018)

  1. A new data analysis techniques for optical access networks

    The thesis focuses on data analysis in optical access networks, optimization of parameters at all layers of communication between central and end unit, and design of database structures for data storage and filtering. Optical access networks are mostly based according to the ITU standards in which frames are based on the (X)GTC structure. Since the data transmission structure is different from the ISO OSI structure, it is not possible to use commercial software analyzers.

    Tutor: Münster Petr, Ing., Ph.D.

  2. Efficient processing and evaluation of large data volume

    The thesis focuses on the efficient processing and evaluation of large volumes of data from optical sensing systems. In addition to efficient data processing, the work focuses on optimizing the power consumption and volume of the equipment, scalability, and the reconfigurability - full/partial. Optical sensing systems are becoming more and more popular in both research and industry. Compared to conventional sensing systems offer a number of benefits and allow the detection of events up to hundreds of kilometers with location accuracy of tens of meters.

    Tutor: Münster Petr, Ing., Ph.D.


Course structure diagram with ECTS credits

1. year of study, winter semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
DET1Electrotechnical materials, material systems and production processescs4winterOptional specializedDrExyes
DEE1Mathematical Modelling of Electrical Power Systemscs4winterOptional specializedDrExyes
DME1Microelectronic Systemscs4winterOptional specializedDrExyes
DRE1Modern electronic circuit designcs4winterOptional specializedDrExyes
DTK1Optimization Methods and Queuing Theorycs4winterOptional specializedDrExyes
DFY1Junctions and nanostructurescs4winterOptional specializedDrExyes
DTE1Special Measurement Methodscs4winterOptional specializedDrExyes
DMA1Statistics, Stochastic Processes, Operations Researchcs4winterOptional specializedDrExyes
DAM1Selected chaps from automatic controlcs4winterOptional specializedDrExyes
DVE1Selected problems from power electronics and electrical drivescs4winterOptional specializedDrExyes
DBM1Advanced methods of processing and analysis of imagescs4winterOptional specializedDrExyes
DJA6English for post-graduatescs4winterGeneral knowledgeDrExyes
DRIZSolving of innovative taskscs2winterGeneral knowledgeDrExyes
DEIZScientific publishing A to Zcs2winterGeneral knowledgeDrExyes
1. year of study, summer semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
DTK2Applied cryptographycs4summerOptional specializedDrExyes
DMA2Discrete Processes in Electrical Engineeringcs4summerOptional specializedDrExyes
DME2Microelectronic technologiescs4summerOptional specializedDrExyes
DRE2Modern digital wireless communicationcs4summerOptional specializedDrExyes
DTE2Numerical Computations with Partial Differential Equationscs4summerOptional specializedDrExyes
DFY2Spectroscopic methods for non-destructive diagnostics cs4summerOptional specializedDrExyes
DET2Selected diagnostic methods, reliability and qualitycs4summerOptional specializedDrExyes
DAM2Selected chaps from measuring techniquescs4summerOptional specializedDrExyes
DBM2Selected problems of biomedical engineeringcs4summerOptional specializedDrExyes
DEE2Selected problems of electricity productioncs4summerOptional specializedDrExyes
DVE2Topical Issues of Electrical Machines and Apparatuscs4summerOptional specializedDrExyes
DJA6English for post-graduatescs4summerGeneral knowledgeDrExyes
DCVPQuotations in a research workcs2summerGeneral knowledgeDrExyes
DRIZSolving of innovative taskscs2summerGeneral knowledgeDrExyes
1. year of study, both semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
DQJAEnglish for the state doctoral examcs4bothCompulsoryDrExyes