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Forensic Engineering

Original title in Czech: Soudní inženýrstvíÚSIAbbreviation: SOIAcad. year: 2018/2019Specialisation: Property Valuation

Programme: Forensic Engineering

Length of Study: 4 years

Accredited from: 24.4.2008Accredited until: 31.3.2020

Supervisor

Issued topics of Doctoral Study Program

  1. A system approach to valuing of lifting equipment

    The aim is to look into the methodology for valuation of dedicated lifting equipment with the emphasis on assessing the structure properties, condition and the surroundings with respect to their effect on the value of these equipment. In assessing the structure properties, emphasis will be placed on development of methods for technical level assessment. In assessing the structure condition, focus will be given to development of methods for providing assessment and subsequent evaluation of the technical condition including the assessment of the effect of overhauls. In assessing the effects of the surroundings, the focus will mainly be on the analysis of the market and the essential factors influencing the difference between the utility and exchange values. The issues of assessing the extent of property damage will also be included.

    Tutor: Kledus Robert, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  2. A system approach to valuing personal motor vehicles

    The aim is to look into the methodology for valuation of personal motor vehicles with the emphasis on assessing the structure properties, condition and the surroundings with respect to their effect on the value of these vehicles. In assessing the structure properties, emphasis will be placed on development of methods for technical level assessment. In assessing the structure condition, focus will be given to development of methods for providing assessment and subsequent evaluation of the technical condition including the assessment of the effect of overhauls. In assessing the effects of the surroundings, the focus will mainly be on the analysis of the market and the essential factors influencing the difference between the utility and exchange values. The issues of assessing the extent of property damage will also be included.

    Tutor: Kledus Robert, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  3. A system approach to valuing utility motor vehicles

    The aim is to look into the methodology for valuation of utility motor vehicles with the emphasis on assessing the structure properties, condition and the surroundings with respect to their effect on the value of these vehicles. In assessing the structure properties, emphasis will be placed on development of methods for technical level assessment. In assessing the structure condition, focus will be given to development of methods for providing assessment and subsequent evaluation of the technical condition including the assessment of the effect of overhauls. In assessing the effects of the surroundings, the focus will mainly be on the analysis of the market and the essential factors influencing the difference between the utility and exchange values. The issues of assessing the extent of property damage will also be included.

    Tutor: Kledus Robert, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  4. Analysis and quantification of nonmaterial factors affecting the price of a residential (civil) structure

    The focus will be given to assessing the influence of qualitative factors on a price structure. The key approach will be the expression urban and social-environmental determination of locality and quantification of artistic and architectural qualities for determining the value of the structure more adequately. The selection of the indicators and indexes specific for structures and their role in determining the market value.

    Tutor: Schmeidler Karel, doc. Ing.arch. PhDr., CSc.

  5. Analysis of environmental influences affecting on real estate prices

    Next to the influences that affect the price of property, such as location of real estate and related influences such as civic amenities and accessibility, assessment of conflict groups presence and associated safety and living standard in a given location, quality of construction, equipment, design, historical value, size of real estate and location, have also very important role the environmental influences (emission, noise, areas with special protection regime etc.). The aim of the dissertation thesis is analysis and valuation of environmental influences that could significantly influencing the final price of real estate, including proposal of methodology approach to valuation of intangible assets.

    Tutor: Adamec Vladimír, prof. Ing., CSc.

  6. Methodological procedures of assessing influence of the extreme weather on property damage

    The climate changes in the Czech Republic are demonstrated by increasing of the extreme weather conditions. However, extreme weather conditions, inter alia, causing significant property damages. Examples are occurrences of storms, hail, rainfall, floods, droughts, abnormally low, but high air temperatures, etc. Some of these mentioned extremes weather represent the security risks on the entire territory of the Czech Republic. To ensure the effective protection of property is necessary to know the manifestation of our climate, trends of the individual meteorological elements, frequency of extreme events of the extreme events, etc. In spite on the facts that are known the results of the analysis of weather developments and outputs of climate models, there is no given more attention in issue of property damages. Contents of the study (Ph.D. thesis) will be the analysis of the damage caused by the weather extremes. Based on the statistical analyzes of our climate over the long-term dynamics and dynamic of occurrence of weather extremes will be assessed the potential of possible property damage and in terms of estimated in the future. The outcomes will be the methods determining not only for the property damage valuation but also to determining the area with a high potential of the damage occurrence depending on the weather extremes.

    Tutor: Adamec Vladimír, prof. Ing., CSc.


Course structure diagram with ECTS credits

1. year of study, winter semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
DSS01Doctoral Seminary Ics0winterCompulsoryColyes
DSC01Forensic Engineering - General Methodologycs0winterCompulsoryDrExyes
DSB01Basic of Law for Expert Activitycs0winterCompulsoryDrExyes
1. year of study, summer semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
DSS02Doctoral Seminary IIcs0summerCompulsoryColyes
DSA02Probability and Mathematical Statisticscs0summerCompulsoryDrExyes
DSB02Legal Aspects of the Scientific Workcs0summerCompulsoryColyes
DSD13Building evaluation and appraisal in relation to urban planing and architectural valuescs0summerCompulsory-optionalDrEx1yes
DSD03General principles of property valuationcs0summerCompulsory-optionalDrEx1yes
DSD11Psychology and sociology in Forensic Engineeringcs0summerCompulsory-optionalDrEx1yes
DSD02Radiation and Diagnostic Methods in Quality Controlcs0summerCompulsory-optionalDrEx1yes
DSD12Application of risk analysis methods in forensic engineeringcs0summerCompulsory-optionalDrEx1yes
2. year of study, winter semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
DSS03Doctoral Seminary IIIcs0winterCompulsoryColyes
DSE05Special Methodology of Forensic Engineering - Real Estate Evaluationcs0winterCompulsory-optionalDrEx1yes
2. year of study, summer semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
DSS04Doctoral Seminary IVcs0summerCompulsoryColyes
2. year of study, both semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
DSJ01Foreign Language for the Doctoral Studiescs0bothCompulsoryDrExyes
3. year of study, winter semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
DSS05Doctoral Seminary Vcs0winterCompulsoryColyes
3. year of study, summer semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
DSS06Doctoral Seminary VIcs0summerCompulsoryColyes
4. year of study, winter semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
DSS07Doctoral Seminary VIIcs0winterCompulsoryColyes
All the groups of optional courses
Gr. Min. courses Courses
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