Branch Details

Building Constructions

Original title in Czech: Pozemní stavbyFASTAbbreviation: PSTAcad. year: 2019/2020

Programme: Civil Engineering

Length of Study: 4 years

Accredited from: 25.7.2007Accredited until: 31.12.2020

Profile

Study branch Building Structures is due to its complex content divided into four topics: Building Structure, Architecture in Building Structure, Technology and building process control, Building Services. The study is focused on knowledge in building structures and on education to self-scientific work oriented to specific professional areas of particular topic. Deepening of knowledge and abilities in complex and theoretical approach to technical problem solving and justification will be supported during mathematics and physics lectures. Managing theoretical and scientific disciplines which are related to thesis is ensured by passing selected obligatory lectures. Student is solving under guidance of his supervisor given professional problem according to theoretical and experimental requirements and defends results in his thesis. A graduate of PhD program, branch Building Structures is prepared for expected fulfillment of research and development process in selected area of the industry. Due to acquired knowledge he is capable of self-assertion to solve challenging architectural and constructional problems, technology and management of building realization, building services. The continuous active scientific activity is the qualification for possible engagement of graduates as members of the academic staffs at universities.

Supervisor

Issued topics of Doctoral Study Program

2. round (applications submitted from 24.10.2019 to 09.12.2019)

  1. Accumulation of energy in near zero houses

    Due to increasing energy consumption, the need for sustainable construction and directive of EU is necessary to design structures in passive houses, in order to reduce energy consumtion and improving the internal environment.

    Tutor: Kalousek Miloš, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  2. Analysis of boundary conditions of ground heat exchangers for heat pumps

    Analysis of dynamic boundary conditions of soil in relation to ground heat exchangers of heat pumps and possibilities of operational control and determination of heat exchanger performance. Application of Z-meter for experimental verification of thermal processes in soils.

    Tutor: Hirš Jiří, prof. Ing., CSc.

  3. Analysis of prefabricated masonry panels

    Tutor: Pěnčík Jan, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  4. Analysis of the effect of EMW radiation on construction materials

    This is an experimental monitoring exposure to microwave radiation on building materials. Monitoring temperature fields, depending on the humidity and type of building materials and the intensity of microwave radiation. Numerical simulations of these processes.

    Tutor: Šuhajda Karel, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  5. Analysis of water flow-rates and consumption in residential buildings

    Draw-off flow-rates measurement. Measurement of flow-rates in water installations and evaluation of its results. Measurement and evaluation of water consumption in residential buildings.

    Tutor: Vrána Jakub, Ing., Ph.D.

  6. Cohousing

    The theme is current response to the common form of housing, which is characterized by his anonymity and lack identification of population, residential environment too. Close neighbourhood housing can allow greater identification of the population with the environment. Urban and architectural design has an impact on social contacts and other inspiring suggestions including mutual aid. Conscious participation in the shaping of neighborly

    Tutor: Menšíková Naděžda, doc. Ing. arch., CSc.

  7. Construction and technological processes in the implementation, operation and maintenance of environmentally friendly building roofing

    The theme for Ph.D. study is focused on optimizing processes related to construction, operation and maintenance according to principles of sustainable development. Specifically, these are processes associated with the construction of green roofs and facades. An important aspect is the future use and maintenance of these unique components. Efficient organization of work with regard to energy consumption, deployment of machinery and human resources is crucial for efficient construction.

    Tutor: Mohapl Martin, Ing., Ph.D.

  8. Design of prefabricated green facades.

    This work focuses on the design and optimization of prefabricated green facades. The work includes a comprehensive verification of the various parts of the green facade of a full-scale experiments.

    Tutor: Bečkovský David, Ing., Ph.D.

  9. Development of rheological models of composite from recycled polymers

    With the possibility of the use of composites from recycled polymers, such as thermal insulation block, there is a need to modify and improve existing rheological models. The development of models is depending on the way stress. The pressure stress is for that group of materials specifically load. Development models will be made on the basis of experimental prototypes monitoring the test samples with subsequent verification of FEA mathematical modeling.

    Tutor: Pěnčík Jan, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  10. Dynamic analysis of energy sources and energy consumption for nearly zero energy buildings (nZEB)

    Nearly zero nergy buildings use mainly renewable energy. The potential of this energy is variable in time as well as the energy demand in buildings. Dynamic analysis of energy sources and consumption in buildings will optimize choice of energy sources and efficient use of energy. The analysis will be used to set up a system for monitoring and controlling and designing appropriate technologies.

    Tutor: Hirš Jiří, prof. Ing., CSc.

  11. Energy and Environmental Concept of Smart City and Smart Regions

    Creating a systematic procedure for management strategy municipalities and cities for the performance of the SMART City and Smart Regions in the energy sector. Object modeling of buildings in the region, cooperation with the Centre of Competence Smart Regions on FAST BUT.

    Tutor: Hirš Jiří, prof. Ing., CSc.

  12. Foam-based thermal insulation materials for ETICS systems

    The scope of the work will be the research of the use of modern foam-based insulating materials (PUR / PIR etc.) in the building envelope construction. The topic will be addressed in connection with changes in legislation related to energy savings. The work will include proposals of possible systems with new insulation, including technological procedures from the current range on the market. It will also include experimental verification of system properties on test specimens.

    Tutor: Novotný Michal, Ing., Ph.D.

  13. Hydraulics of pipelines in airconditioning and a fans

    The work deals with the methodology of the pressure loss of air ducts with a view to more instability detection behavior of HVAC systems. This is especially practical usage often unsolvable problem in real traffic pressure difference between inlet and outlet air ducts. Part of the work will be theoretical and experimental methods to solve a clear methodological outputs for use in practice. As theoretical methods will be used mathematical modeling of pressure loss pipelines.

    Tutor: Rubina Aleš, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  14. Influence of building envelope construction air leakage on the condensation risk

    Tutor: Bečkovský David, Ing., Ph.D.

  15. Influence of moisture on the floor layers

    In engineering practice it is easy to come across failures of both water vapour permeable and non-permeable flooring finishes, where these failures are often caused by excess moisture. Whereas there are various flooring solutions available, it is expected that throughout the solution of the work the manifestations and phenomena causing the failures are going to be described for the most widely used floor finishes.

    Tutor: Pěnčík Jan, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  16. Methodology for determining the coefficient capillary conductivity of building materials

    Experimental determination of capillary conductivity coefficient of building materials when the humidity gradient and its modeling. Applications coefficient capillary conductivity of building materials in thermal engineering calculations.

    Tutor: Fuciman Ondřej, Ing., Ph.D.

  17. Multipurpose use of modular buildings

    Modular buildings are nowadays used mainly in the construction of temporary buildings. This system can also be used for permanent low-cost construction. It must be supported by basic research into the quality of the environment, measurement in terms of thermal technology, acoustics and fire resistance. The solution assumes development of a structural solution of modular buildings associated with the design and solution their critical details, also thanks to experimental measurements on parts of buildings realized in the AdMaS Center.

    Tutor: Pěnčík Jan, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  18. New types of heat exchangers for Building Services systems

    The field of Building Services is currently progressively developed thanks to the technological boom. New technologies, such as 3D printing or microfiber, allow the development of new heat exchangers. The topic of doctoral study will deal with the development of new types of heat exchangers from non-traditional materials.

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

  19. Nonlinear Ultrasonic Spectroscopy as a Tool for Diagnosing of Building Members

    Tutor: Manychová Monika, Ing., Ph.D.

  20. Numerical Simulation of Heat Transfer in Civil Engineering

    Theme of dissertation thesis is aimed at development, validation, verification and theoretical-experimental application of numerical models describing heat transfer in space and time. These space-time deterministic numerical models based on fundamental laws of Thermodynamics are useful in Civil Engineering for creation of indoor climate in buildings as well as for development of advanced energy systems in building.

    Tutor: Plášek Josef, Ing., Ph.D.

  21. Old People's Housing

    Old people housing forms, building typology as a follow-up to provide services. Evolution analysis, present trends, available and dignified housing for future.

    Tutor: Košíčková Ivana, Ing. arch., Ph.D.

  22. Optimalization of ventilated façade systems

    Experimental Analysis and design of multi-layer ventilated facade systems. Monitoring the impact of ventilated air gaps on the inside of the building microclimate.

    Tutor: Novotný Miloslav, prof. Ing., CSc.

  23. Optimization design of container wooden houses

    Work will consider specific proposals of container wooden houses. It will be working both on the structure of the container, but also on the casing itself and bonding of the individual containers in a single unit. Will be constructed partial construction details.

    Tutor: Novotný Miloslav, prof. Ing., CSc.

  24. Optimization of microbiological and aerosol pollution of clean rooms in healthcare

    The thesis will deal with analysis and subsequent optimization of air-conditioning systems for dilution of solid aerosol concentrations and microbial structure in clean premises of medical buildings. The methods of the solution will be theoretical and experimental, resulting in methodical outputs for the design of air-conditioning systems in practice.

    Tutor: Rubina Aleš, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  25. Optimization of surface area design for site equipment

    Analysis of the individual parameters influencing the price of the building site equipment, operational, production, social-administrative objects, derivation of the methodology for determining the optimal sizes of these objects in order to optimalization the size of area and cost of the construction site equipment

    Tutor: Kovářová Barbora, Ing., Ph.D.

  26. Possibilities of increase the roofs retention capacity

    The topic of the dissertation thesis is a comprehensive analysis of the possibility of increasing the roofs retention capacity and drainage modification factors. The work will authenticate using full-scale experiments.

    Tutor: Bečkovský David, Ing., Ph.D.

  27. Possibilities of using microwave radiation for the rehabilitation of building structures

    Experimental verification of the possibilities of rehabilitation of building structures and their parts using microwave radiation especially in the areas of removal of excess moisture and destruction of biological corrosion.

    Tutor: Novotný Miloslav, prof. Ing., CSc.

  28. Structural glued joints in the design and construction

    The aim of dissertation thesis is research about the use of bonded joints in the design and construction, when the bonding can fully replace traditional mechanical anchoring. The work will include the design of potential areas suitable for the use of bonded joints, design adhesive by means of selection of commercially available adhesives on the market and experimental verification of the suitability of the test samples.

    Tutor: Šlanhof Jiří, Ing., Ph.D.

  29. System efficiencies of technical equipment in buildings

    Requirements for reducing energy consumption in buildings evoke the need to increase the efficiency of technical systems. The study will be focused on the theoretical evaluation of the effectiveness of European standards and guidelines on monitoring existing systems and their components and experimental determination of their efficacy. The expected result will also be the identification of ways to increase the efficiency of modern systems engineering environment.

    Tutor: Počinková Marcela, Ing., Ph.D.

  30. Technological performance selected machines in construction processes.

    Machines analysis in processes of fabric, selection, technical and economical characteristics, current methods calculation of machines capacity, data examination of capacity in praxis, effective capacity, effective design capacity, to create methodology of calculation of effective machines capacity and capacity graphs for analysis of time and technology structure.

    Tutor: Motyčka Vít, doc. Ing., CSc.

  31. The design of ventilated façade systems

    Experimental Analysis and design of multi-layer ventilated facade systems. Monitoring the impact of ventilated air gaps on the inside of the building microclimate.

    Tutor: Šuhajda Karel, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  32. The odesign of low energy wooden houses

    The design of optimalization wooden structures with the wiew of enviromental sciens, qualities and utiliti of wooden houses and solution design details.

    Tutor: Šuhajda Karel, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  33. The use of cement-fiber boards for the construction of interior staircases

    Cement fiber boards, which are now mainly used for additional structures, can also be used for interior staircases. However, their use must be substantiated by material tests with regard to another way of stressing the boards, which would be loaded in their centreline plane, as the case may be. This comprehensive topic assumes both material testing with possible modification of the manufacturing process and composition, as well as the analysis of stair parts by means of numerical modeling (FEA).

    Tutor: Pěnčík Jan, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  34. Tutor: Kalousek Miloš, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  35. Tutor: Pavlovský Tomáš, Ing. arch., Ph.D.

1. round (applications submitted from 05.06.2019 to 31.07.2019)

  1. Analysis of prefabricated masonry panels

    Tutor: Pěnčík Jan, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  2. Building physical aspects of tubular light guides

    Tubular light guides are continuously improved because of the ever-rising requirements put onto thermal comfort in the interiors of buildings. This has some side effects, like the depreciation of their physical properties. Therefore it is required to create a comprehensive overview of building physical aspects of tubular light guides, which can be based on experiments and computer simulations. The conclusions then are bound to be incorporated into the concept of a modified tubular light guide.

    Tutor: Vajkay František, Ing., Ph.D.

  3. Cohousing

    The theme is current response to the common form of housing, which is characterized by his anonymity and lack identification of population, residential environment too. Close neighbourhood housing can allow greater identification of the population with the environment. Urban and architectural design has an impact on social contacts and other inspiring suggestions including mutual aid. Conscious participation in the shaping of neighborly community retains personal independence and privacy.

    Tutor: Menšíková Naděžda, doc. Ing. arch., CSc.

  4. Construction and technological processes in the implementation, operation and maintenance of environmentally friendly building roofing

    The theme for Ph.D. study is focused on optimizing processes related to construction, operation and maintenance according to principles of sustainable development. Specifically, these are processes associated with the construction of green roofs and facades. An important aspect is the future use and maintenance of these unique components. Efficient organization of work with regard to energy consumption, deployment of machinery and human resources is crucial for efficient construction.

    Tutor: Mohapl Martin, Ing., Ph.D.

  5. Design optimization of concrete structures

    Definition of optimisation model of a structure for: 1. design of a member, 2. strengthening of existing member, 3. design and strengthening of a structure. Calculation variant: stochastic, deterministic (according to the application class of the tasks), type of the restraining conditions, classes the target functions.

    Tutor: Štěpánek Petr, prof. RNDr. Ing., CSc., dr. h. c.

  6. Evaluation of indoor climate of school buildings

    Assessment of school buildings renovation on indoor climate in classrooms.

    Tutor: Mohelníková Jitka, prof. Ing., Ph.D.

  7. Family villa in a privileged position

    In the history of housing was always a family villa in a privileged position. Reflect the social status of the owner, and has responded to the crucial family as the basis of society. Often has been a hot topic in the architectural creation of the most famous architects. Dynamic way to contemporary life, rapidly changing lifestyle and the reflections on the relevance of the question of the timeliness of the family villa in the nearest future.

    Tutor: Menšíková Naděžda, doc. Ing. arch., CSc.

  8. Fire resistance of ventilated building facades

    Fire propagation in a ventilated air cavity for suspended ventilated building facades.

    Tutor: Beneš Petr, Ing., CSc.

  9. Fire resistance of wooden roof structures

    Analysis of the behavior of timber supporting structures of roof claddings in the event of a fire in the building's roof space.

    Tutor: Beneš Petr, Ing., CSc.

  10. FRP reinforcement - design, testing, reinforcing of masonry and concrete structures

    reinforcing of concrete and masonrystructures, internal FRP reinforcement, selected design Problems, prestressed and non-prestressed variant,

    Tutor: Štěpánek Petr, prof. RNDr. Ing., CSc., dr. h. c.

  11. Ground-coupled Heat systems for Heating and Cooling of Buildings

    PhD thesis focuses on the research use of land for energy for heating and cooling. The scope of work will be theoretical and experimental investigation of the thermal interaction between an building and ground and an optimal design of ground and foundation exchangers. The aim is to streamline obtaining geothermal energy of the elements of foundation structures and to develop a methodology for their design in the Czech Republic. The simulations can use the softwares CalA, TRNSYS, ANSYS Fluent. Optimization methods will be used.

    Tutor: Šikula Ondřej, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  12. Hydraulics of pipelines in airconditioning and a fans

    The work deals with the methodology of the pressure loss of air ducts with a view to more instability detection behavior of HVAC systems. This is especially practical usage often unsolvable problem in real traffic pressure difference between inlet and outlet air ducts. Part of the work will be theoretical and experimental methods to solve a clear methodological outputs for use in practice. As theoretical methods will be used mathematical modeling of pressure loss pipelines.

    Tutor: Rubina Aleš, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  13. Industrial architecture in post-industrial society

    Economy of traditional industrialized countries is changing. Productions developed from Industrial revolution are moving Eastwards being substituted by intelligent technologies. What impact have such a changes on contemporary industrial architecture and town planning?

    Tutor: Nový Alois, prof. Ing. arch., CSc.

  14. Light pipe efficiency evaluation

    Evaluation of tubular light pipes transmittance and efficiency for their application in sustainable buildings.

    Tutor: Mohelníková Jitka, prof. Ing., Ph.D.

  15. Methods of thermal and daylight analysis in building information modeling

    Analysis of thermal and daylight simulation methods in computer information models of low energy and energy active buildings.

    Tutor: Mohelníková Jitka, prof. Ing., Ph.D.

  16. Modeling and simulation of buildings and smart regions.

    PhD thesis focuses on the modeling and simulation of intelligent buildings and smart regions. Effective use and placement of elements of ventilation, heating and cooling in buildings and their optimal control system. Systems, equipment and strategies for energy storage. Multicriteria optimization methods will also be used.

    Tutor: Šikula Ondřej, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  17. Modeling the effect of shading structures and vegetation on the thermal load

    The doctoral thesis is focused on modeling and simulation of the effect of shading structures and vegetation on the thermal load of buildings. The use of ANSYS Fluent, OpenFOAM, TRNSYS and DesignBuilder software is expected. Attention will also be paid to optimization of control systems. Multicriteria optimization methods will also be used.

    Tutor: Šikula Ondřej, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  18. Modelling the energy balance of buildings

    Modelling the energy balance of buildings using modern computational techniques. Analysis of the problem, creating a mathematical model, verification of mathematical models of real objects.

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

  19. New types of heat exchangers for Building Services systems

    The field of Building Services is currently progressively developed thanks to the technological boom. New technologies, such as 3D printing or microfiber, allow the development of new heat exchangers. The topic of doctoral study will deal with the development of new types of heat exchangers from non-traditional materials.

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

  20. Optimization design of container wooden houses

    Work will consider specific proposals of container wooden houses. It will be working both on the structure of the container, but also on the casing itself and bonding of the individual containers in a single unit. Will be constructed partial construction details.

    Tutor: Novotný Miloslav, prof. Ing., CSc.

  21. Optimization of PCM-based thermal storage system

    The thesis is focused on modeling and simulation of buildings storing heat and cold in heat accumulators using phase change melting and solidification substances - PCM. The aim is to bridge the mismatch between conventional and alternative energy supply with the building's energy consumption curve. Attention will also be paid to systems and methods for optimum energy storage accumulation in the building. Multicriteria optimization methods will also be used.

    Tutor: Šikula Ondřej, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  22. Optimization of surface area design for site equipment

    Analysis of the individual parameters influencing the price of the building site equipment, operational, production, social-administrative objects, derivation of the methodology for determining the optimal sizes of these objects in order to optimalization the size of area and cost of the construction site equipment

    Tutor: Kovářová Barbora, Ing., Ph.D.

  23. Optimization of thermally activated building structures

    PhD thesis is focused on the optimization of Thermo Active Building Structures (TABS) used for heating and cooling buildings. Assumes the use of simulation methods, laboratory experiment and measurement INSITU. The aim is to provide recommendations for optimal design and control of TABS. The simulations can use the softwares CalA, TRNSYS, ANSYS Fluent. Multicriteria optimization methods will also be used.

    Tutor: Šikula Ondřej, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  24. Pollution of internal and external surfaces in daylighting of buildings

    Daylight factor calculations do incorporate the so-called pollution coefficients for the exterior, resp. the interior side of the daylighting system. The values of these coefficients were determined in 1994. Since then these coefficients are unchanged, despite the advances in lifestyle (number of cars on the road, fuel used in heating, etc.). Therefore the aim of the work would be to monitor how the actual lifestyle affects the pollution of surfaces and glazing, and lighting comfort in short and long terms.

    Tutor: Vajkay František, Ing., Ph.D.

  25. Possibilities of using microwave radiation for the rehabilitation of building structures

    Experimental verification of the possibilities of rehabilitation of building structures and their parts using microwave radiation especially in the areas of removal of excess moisture and destruction of biological corrosion.

    Tutor: Novotný Miloslav, prof. Ing., CSc.

  26. Prefabricated masonry panels for civil building structures

    With regard to the possible use of masonry blocks in the framework of prefabrication and construction of building structures (eg family and apartment buildings), it is appropriate to consider the question of the analysis of prefabricated masonry panels. The analysis will be primarily based on numerical modeling (FEA) supplemented by experimental testing.

    Tutor: Pěnčík Jan, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  27. Research of elements and systems of buildings services

    Research of elements and systems of buildings services as heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) will be conducted in order to achieve a thermal comfort in buildings at the minimum operating energy consumption. HVAC systems research will focus on optimizing of their design and operation with the use of low-potential thermal energy sources. The research will be conducted in its theoretical part by development of new mathematical-physical models, and by laboratory experiments and in situ measurements in an experimental part by using PIV method.

    Tutor: Šikula Ondřej, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  28. Simulation of flow and pollutants in buildings

    Topic of doctoral thesis focuses on the application and verification of theoretical research methods airflow in buildings and external aerodynamics of buildings with the current transfer of moisture. The simulations can use the software Fluent, CFX, or OpenFOAM. Multicriteria optimization methods will also be used.

    Tutor: Šikula Ondřej, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  29. South Moravian wine architecture - chance for agricultural brownfields?

    Changes in ownership and transition to the market economy after the year 1989 led to the breakdown of many production enterprises including agrarian. Derelict buildings even the whole areas became source of economic, social and environmental troubles. What is the real state and how are the chances of their revitalization and comeback to the cultural landscape from the point of view of architecture and regional planning?

    Tutor: Nový Alois, prof. Ing. arch., CSc.

  30. Strengthening of concrete/masonry structures

    modern methods of strengthening, prestressing, additional reinforcement

    Tutor: Štěpánek Petr, prof. RNDr. Ing., CSc., dr. h. c.

  31. Technological performance selected machines in construction processes.

    Machines analysis in processes of fabric, selection, technical and economical characteristics, current methods calculation of machines capacity, data examination of capacity in praxis, effective capacity, effective design capacity, to create methodology of calculation of effective machines capacity and capacity graphs for analysis of time and technology structure.

    Tutor: Motyčka Vít, doc. Ing., CSc.

  32. Technology as the Inspiration source of Architecture

    Since the times of Industrial revolution technology became not only obvious part of architecture but even a significant source of its inspiration. It acted at the birth of Modern movement and its crutial impact has an effect till present. Effort will be focused to metamorphoses of the relations between technology and architecture since the end of 18th century until today.

    Tutor: Nový Alois, prof. Ing. arch., CSc.

  33. Technology as the Inspiration source of Architecture

    Since the times of Industrial revolution technology became not only obvious part of architecture but even a significant source of its inspiration. It acted at the birth of Modern movement and its crutial impact has an effect till present. Effort will be focused to metamorphoses of the relations between technology and architecture since the end of 18th century until today.

    Tutor: Nový Alois, prof. Ing. arch., CSc.

  34. The use of adhesives in the construction and the design of the buildings

    The aim of dissertation thesis is research about the use of bonded joints in the design and construction, when the bonding can fully replace traditional mechanical anchoring. The work will include the design of potential areas suitable for the use of bonded joints, design adhesive by means of selection of commercially available adhesives on the market and experimental verification of the suitability of the test samples.

    Tutor: Šlanhof Jiří, Ing., Ph.D.

  35. The use of cement-fiber boards for the construction of interior staircases

    Cement fiber boards, which are now mainly used for additional structures, can also be used for interior staircases. However, their use must be substantiated by material tests with regard to another way of stressing the boards, which would be loaded in their centreline plane, as the case may be. This comprehensive topic assumes both material testing with possible modification of the manufacturing process and composition, as well as the analysis of stair parts by means of numerical modeling (FEA).

    Tutor: Pěnčík Jan, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  36. Use of latent heat storage in buildings

    Heat storage is important for overcoming of mismatch between supply of renewable energy and energy demand. Thesis will be focused on the development of latent heat storage for use in building structures and building services. Student will cooperate with supervisor and solve project supported by Czech science foundation.

    Tutor: Ostrý Milan, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  37. Waste containers as a construction member for structure design

    The theme deals with the development of the possible use of waste containers for construction of civil buildings. As part of the solution, the analysis of the possibility of using containers with regard to users' health is expected. Structures, structural systems and details of joints will be developed. The work will try to use the synergy of methods of numerical modeling as well as experimental testing.

    Tutor: Pěnčík Jan, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

  38. Tutor: Kalousek Miloš, doc. Ing., Ph.D.


Course structure diagram with ECTS credits

1. year of study, summer semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
DH01DOCTORAL SEMINAR I (PST)cs4summerCompulsoryCryes
DY02Foreign Language Tutoring of PhD Studentscs1summerCompulsoryCryes
DA58Discrete Methods in Civil Engineering Ics4summerOptionalCr4066yes
DA61Numerical methods Ics4summerOptionalCr4066yes
DA62Probability and mathematical statisticscs4summerOptionalCr4066yes
DJ61Selected Topics in Building Materials Engineeringcs8summerOptionalEx4068yes
DT61Selected Items of Building Service Theorycs8summerOptionalEx4068yes
DW61Selected Essay from Technology of Building Constructionscs8summerOptionalEx4068yes
DH81Selected Chapters from Theory of Building Constructionscs8summerOptionalEx4068yes
DB61Selected chapters from building physicscs8summerOptionalEx4262yes
2. year of study, winter semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
DH02Doctoral seminar II (PST)cs8winterCompulsoryCryes
DA65Time series analysiscs10winterOptionalEx4067yes
DA67Applications of mathematical methods in economicscs10winterOptionalEx4067yes
DA59Discrete Methods in Civil Engineering IIcs10winterOptionalEx4067yes
DA63Numerical methods IIcs10winterOptionalEx4067yes
DA66Numerical methods for the variational problemscs10winterOptionalEx4067yes
DA64Models of regressioncs10winterOptionalEx4067yes
DW62Information system in construction technologycs8winterOptionalEx4069yes
DH82Process and Functional Analysis of Building Constructioncs8winterOptionalEx4069yes
DL61Theory of concrete and masonry structurescs8winterOptionalEx4069yes
DT62Theory of Energy and Environment of Buildingscs8winterOptionalEx4069yes
DO61Theory of metal and timber structurescs8winterOptionalEx4069yes
2. year of study, summer semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
DY01English for the Doctoral Study Programmecs8summerCompulsoryExyes
DH03Doctoral seminar III (PST)cs8summerCompulsoryCryes
3. year of study, winter semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
DH04Doctoral seminar IV (PST)cs8winterCompulsoryCryes
3. year of study, summer semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
DH05Doctoral seminar V (PST)cs14summerCompulsoryCryes
4. year of study, winter semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
DH06Doctoral seminar VI (PST)cs14winterCompulsoryCryes
4. year of study, summer semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
DH07Doctoral seminar VII (PST)cs20summerCompulsoryCryes
All the groups of optional courses
Gr. Min. Courses
4066 0 DA58, DA61, DA62
4067 0 DA65, DA67, DA59, DA63, DA66, DA64
4068 0 DJ61, DT61, DW61, DH81
4069 0 DW62, DH82, DL61, DT62, DO61
4262 0 DB61