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Branch manual

Electrical, Electronic, Communication and Control Technology (EECC Bc.)

Bachelor's study programme

Full-time study

BASIC INFORMATION ABOUT THE STUDY AREA

Automation and Measurement (B-AMT)

academic year 2013/2014

Contens

  1. Characterization and aims of the study area
  2. Profile of graduates and their career opportunities
  3. Course council
  4. Basic principles and rules of study
  5. Connection of study to other study programmes
  6. Study plans
  7. Course' annotations
  8. Work experience
  9. Final state examination

1. Characterization and aims of the study area

Graduates are able to solve practical tasks in automation of technological processes, measurement of electrical and non-electrical quantities, applied informatics and artificial intelligence, and are able to realize, operate, adjust and repair the above mentioned systems. Within optional courses, students may specialize in biomedical applications, visualisation of technology, implementation of information systems and industrial computer networks. In all these fields, they may assume lower executive and management positions. Instruction is ensured by the Department of Automation and Measurement (UAMT). A wide range of optional courses along with an individual technical project and the bachelor’s final work enable students to focus more closely on automation, control, measurement, applied informatics and biomedical applications. In order to broaden their knowledge, students may also choose inter-disciplinary courses from other study areas in the bachelor’s degree programme at FEEC BUT and also language, economics, management and ecology courses.

2. Profile of graduates and their career opportunities

The graduates of AUTOMATION AND MEASUREMENT have a profound knowledge of mathematics, physics, electrical engineering and applied informatics which meets the standards of lower-level university education. Moreover, they have a specialized knowledge of measurement and control technology, robotics and automation. The graduates are qualified field specialists working within measurement, control and automation systems in all fields of industry where digital technologies are applied. The graduates of this branch of study succeed in professions in diverse fields of industrial technologies and productions. They work in the area of applied information systems and other areas where system approach and knowledge engineering is applied. In all these fields, they can also assume lower executive and management positions. A strong practical orientation of study enables direct engagement of graduates into production, operation and service processes and provides them with a good background to increase their theoretical knowledge in the follow-up master’s degree programme.

3. Course council

Subject Council is responsible for the contents and organization of every branch of study in the study programme. It consists of major academics from the faculty and professionals working in this field. At the moment, the Subject Council is comprised of the following members:

doc. Ing. Václav Jirsík, CSc. - chairman
prof. Ing. Ivo Provazník, Ph.D. - councillor internal
doc. Ing. Petr Toman, Ph.D. - councillor internal
prof. Ing. Pavel Jura, CSc. - councillor internal
doc. Ing. Petr Beneš, Ph.D. - councillor internal
Ing. Petr Strnad, CSc. - councillor internal
doc. Ing. Petr Blaha, Ph.D. - councillor internal
doc. Ing. Petr Fiedler, Ph.D. - councillor internal
Ing. Milan Findura, Ph.D. - councillor external

4. Basic principles and rules of study

The courses in the study area B-AMT are rewarded by so called credits. A credit corresponds to the average weekly hour load per student enrolling for a particular course. Students earn credits in particular courses only after they have met the prescribed requirements or passed an examination under conditions defined by the Study and Examination Regulations of BUT, relevant Directives of the Dean of FEEC BUT and specific structure and contents determined in every course. Students are obliged to earn the minimum of 180 credits in the three-year bachelor’s degree programme while in particular categories of courses the following minimum numbers of credits have to be earned:
– 127 credits in compulsory courses (including the semester project)
– 5 credits for writing, submitting and the acceptance of the bachelor’s final work
– 27 credits in optional courses
– 10 credits in inter-disciplinary courses
– 10 credits in general knowledge courses
If the required number of credits in one category of courses is not earned, it cannot be compensated for by exceeding the number of credits necessary in a different category.
Compulsory courses (including the semester project) in B-AMT are completed in semesters and years as prescribed in the study plans. If students do not conclude a compulsory course in the way prescribed, they have to enrol for it in the following year of study.
Optional courses include technical subjects within the scope of the study area which help students focus on their areas of interest. Students choose these courses from the current offer of B-AMT, respecting the rules defined in the study plans (above all, the obligatory enrolment for the required number of courses in each category). The choice of these courses depends on students’ professional interests and the discipline within AMT they want to specialize in. They can base their choice on the description of the course contents or consult their study counsellor Ing. Soňa Šedivá, Ph.D., Technická 3082/12, Brno, místnost č. SD3.107. who can help them set up their individual study plans.
Students choose optional courses in particular semesters in such a way that they earn the required (or higher) number credits with a prescribed structure by the end of their bachelor’s degree programme. This means that they have to consider not only the nearest but also the following years (at least in general terms) of the bachelor’s degree programme.
Optional inter-disciplinary courses include technical subjects offered in other study areas of the bachelor’s degree programme at FEEC BUT. In these courses, students acquire knowledge of other disciplines than those embraced by their branch of study. Students choose these courses from their offer which can be found in the study plans in this handbook – respecting the rules which are also defined there – in a way that they earn the required number of credits. For a suitable choice of inter-disciplinary courses the same rules as for optional courses apply including the possibility to consult the study counsellors.
Instruction of inter-disciplinary courses is ensured by departments responsible for other branches of study in the bachelor’s degree programme at FEEC BUT and is attended together with students of these branches.
General knowledge courses improve students’ knowledge of “non-technical” disciplines and are divided into the following categories:
Category A includes a variety of general courses
Category B includes courses in the area of economics, law and ecology.
In both these categories students have to enrol for at least one course in order to earn the minimum of five credits. The courses are chosen from the faculty offer and can be completed in any year or semester.
Ideally, students can use the extra time provided in the summer semester of the second year and winter semester of the third year.
An examination in English at the level prescribed has to be passed within this category of courses by the end of the bachelor’s degree programme.
General knowledge courses also include “Physical Education” with zero credit value which students can but do not have to complete.
If students fail to complete successfully the optional, inter-disciplinary or general knowledge courses they enrolled for, they do not have to register for them in the following year of study. Instead, they can choose a different optional or general knowledge course.
Choosing the suitable set of optional courses in this branch of study, students can focus more closely on their areas of interest and their future professions. This way, they can specialize in the following disciplines and their combinations:
Control and Automation (RT) focuses on practical applications of control theory primarily in areas where computer and microprocessor technology is used. Graduates are introduced to the principles and technical realization of industrial regulation systems used in automation of technological processes, robotics and other areas.
Measurement (MT) focuses on design, construction and application of various sensors and methods of measurement of electrical and non-electrical quantities. Graduates are familiar with the conversion of these quantities into electrical signals using mainly computer and microprocessor technology. Students can also concentrate on the area of biomedical engineering by choosing courses in this branch.
Descriptions of the course contents help students consider whether a particular optional course is or is not suitable for particular specializations and areas of interest.

5. Connection of study to other study programmes

The graduates of the bachelor’s degree programme at FEEC BUT may (after satisfying admission conditions) continue in the master’s degree programme at any university in the Czech Republic. At FEEC BUT, the master’s degree programme includes the following study areas.
As far as content is concerned, the study area B-AMT in the bachelor’s degree programme is closely related to Cybernetics, Control and Measurement and Biomedical and Ecological Engineering. For further information on all study areas in the master’s degree programme see information included in relevant handbooks.

6. Study plans

Year of study 1, winter semester
Abbr. Title Lec/Rest Compl. Is responsible for Supervisor Cr. Com. Gr.
- Compulsory
BEL1 Electrical Engineering 1 26/26 Ac,Ex UTEE doc. Ing. Jiří Sedláček, CSc.  5  P  
BFY1 Physics 1 26/39 Ac,Ex UFYZ RNDr. Pavel Dobis, CSc.  6  P  
BMA1 Mathematics 1 52/26 Ac,Ex UMAT doc. RNDr. Edita Kolářová, Ph.D.  7  P  
BMTD Materials and Technical Documentation 26/39 Ac,Ex UETE doc. Ing. Josef Jirák, CSc.  6  P  
BPC1A Computers and Programming 1 26/26 ClAc UAMT doc. Ing. Václav Jirsík, CSc.  5  P  
 
 
Year of study 1, summer semester
Abbr. Title Lec/Rest Compl. Is responsible for Supervisor Cr. Com. Gr.
- Compulsory
BFY2 Physics 2 39/26 Ac,Ex UFYZ doc. RNDr. Milada Bartlová, Ph.D.  6  P  
BMA2 Mathematics 2 39/26 Ac,Ex UMAT prof. RNDr. Jan Chvalina, DrSc.  6  P  
BESO Electronic devices 39/39 Ac,Ex UMEL prof. Ing. Jaroslav Boušek, CSc.  7  P  
BEL2 Electrical Engineering 2 26/39 Ac,Ex UTEE doc. Ing. Jiří Sedláček, CSc.  6  P  
BVTA Computer Science in Automation 0/26 Ac UAMT prof. Ing. Petr Pivoňka, CSc.  2  P  
BPC2A Computers and Programming 2 26/26 ClAc UAMT doc. Ing. Václav Jirsík, CSc.  5  P  
 
 
 
Year of study 2, winter semester
Abbr. Title Lec/Rest Compl. Is responsible for Supervisor Cr. Com. Gr.
- Compulsory
BSAS Signals and systems 52/13 Ex UAMT prof. Ing. Pavel Jura, CSc.  6  P  
BMA3 Mathematics 3 26/26 Ac,Ex UMAT Mgr. Irena Hlavičková, Ph.D.  5  P  
BPPC Practical programming in C++ 26/39 Ac,Ex UAMT Ing. Miloslav Richter, Ph.D.  6  P  
BMVE Measurement in electroengineering 26/39 Ac,Ex UAMT doc. Ing. Petr Beneš, Ph.D.  6  P  
BREB Control Electronics 39/26 Ac,Ex UVEE doc. Dr. Ing. Miroslav Patočka  6  P  
 
 
Year of study 2, summer semester
Abbr. Title Lec/Rest Compl. Is responsible for Supervisor Cr. Com. Gr.
- Compulsory
BRR1 Control Theory 1 39/26 Ac,Ex UAMT doc. Ing. Petr Blaha, Ph.D.  6  P  
BMOD Modeling and Simulation 26/26 Ac,Ex UAMT prof. Ing. Pavel Václavek, Ph.D.  5  P  
BMFV Measurement of physical quantities 26/39 Ac,Ex UAMT doc. Ing. Petr Beneš, Ph.D.  6  P  
BMIC Microprocessors 26/39 Ac,Ex UAMT Ing. Tomáš Macho, Ph.D.  6  P  
- Optional specialised
BVPA Selected parts from mathematics 39/13 Ex UMAT doc. RNDr. Zdeněk Šmarda, CSc.  5  VO  
BPMT PCs in Intrumentation 26/39 Ac,Ex UAMT Ing. Zdeněk Havránek, Ph.D.  6  VO  
BROB Fundamentals of Robotics 39/26 Ac,Ex UAMT prof. Ing. Luděk Žalud, Ph.D.  6  VO  
BPGA Programmable logic controllers 26/39 Ac,Ex UAMT Ing. Radek Štohl, Ph.D.  6  VO  
BMPA Modern means in automation 26/39 Ac,Ex UAMT doc. Ing. Václav Jirsík, CSc.  6  VO  
 
 
 
Year of study 3, winter semester
Abbr. Title Lec/Rest Compl. Is responsible for Supervisor Cr. Com. Gr.
- Compulsory
BRR2 Control Theory 2 39/26 Ac,Ex UAMT prof. Ing. Pavel Václavek, Ph.D.  6  P  
BBPA Practical Project 0/39 ClAc UAMT Ing. Soňa Šedivá, Ph.D.  3  P  
- Optional specialised
BCRT Computer Control 39/26 Ac,Ex UAMT prof. Ing. Petr Pivoňka, CSc.  6  VO  
BZVS Processing of multidimensional signals 26/39 Ac,Ex UAMT Ing. Karel Horák, Ph.D.  6  VO  
BPPA Industrial automation 26/39 Ac,Ex UAMT Ing. Radek Štohl, Ph.D.  6  VO  
BZDA Processing and digitizing of analogue... 26/39 Ac,Ex UAMT Ing. Zdeněk Havránek, Ph.D.  6  VO  
BEPB Electrical drives 26/26 Ac,Ex UVEE Ing. Dalibor Červinka, Ph.D.  5  VO  
- Optional interdisciplinary
BVPM Selected parts from mathematics 39/13 Ex UMAT doc. RNDr. Zdeněk Šmarda, CSc.  5  VM  
BNSP Design systems of printed circuit boards 26/39 Ac,Ex UETE doc. Ing. Petr Bača, Ph.D.  6  VM  
BLDT Medical diagnostic devices 26/26 Ac,Ex UBMI doc. Ing. Radim Kolář, Ph.D.  5  VM  
BVEL Power electronics 39/26 Ac,Ex UVEE doc. Dr. Ing. Miroslav Patočka  6  VM  
BKOM Communication technology 26/39 Ac,Ex UTKO doc. Ing. Jan Jeřábek, Ph.D.  6  VM  
BALG Algorithms 39/13 Ac,Ex FIT prof. Ing. Jan M. Honzík, CSc.  5  VM  
BPSD Design of power and data networks 26/39 Ac,Ex UEEN Ing. Jan Macháček, Ph.D.  6  VM  
 
 
Year of study 3, summer semester
Abbr. Title Lec/Rest Compl. Is responsible for Supervisor Cr. Com. Gr.
- Compulsory
BEMS Electronic Measurement Systems 26/26 Ac,Ex UAMT Ing. Marie Havlíková, Ph.D.  5  P  
BBCA Bachelor Thesis 0/52 Ac UAMT Ing. Soňa Šedivá, Ph.D.  5  P  
BXBA Professional Practice 0/160 Ac UAMT Ing. Soňa Šedivá, Ph.D.  0? P  
- Optional specialised
BSPC PC systems 26/39 Ac,Ex UAMT Ing. Karel Horák, Ph.D.  6  VO  
BIZG Computer Graphics Principles 39/26 Ac,Ex FIT doc. Ing. Přemysl Kršek, Ph.D.  6  VO  
BDBS Databases systems 26/39 Ac,Ex UAMT Ing. Radovan Holek, CSc.  6  VO  
BOSY Operating Systems 39/13 Ac,Ex FIT prof. Ing. Tomáš Vojnar, Ph.D.  5  VO  
- Optional interdisciplinary
BRMK Radio and Mobile Communication 26/26 Ac,Ex UREL prof. Ing. Stanislav Hanus, CSc.  5  VM  
BKEZ Design of electronic devices 39/26 Ac,Ex UTKO prof. Ing. Kamil Vrba, CSc.  6  VM  
BTPT Therapeutic and prothetic instruments 26/26 Ac,Ex UBMI doc. Ing. Jana Kolářová, Ph.D.  5  VM  
 
 
General knowledge courses
winter semester
Abbr. Title Year Lec/Rest Compl. Is responsible for Supervisor Cr. Com. Gr.
BFYS Seminar of Physics 1 0/26 Ac UFYZ Ing. Jitka Brüstlová, CSc.  2  VV 10
BMAS Mathematical Seminar 1 0/26 Ac UMAT RNDr. Petr Fuchs, Ph.D.  2  VV 10
BELS Seminar of Electrical Engineering 1 0/26 Ac UTEE doc. Ing. Miloslav Steinbauer, Ph.D.  2  VV 10
XTEL Physical training 1, 2, 3 0/26 Ac CESA RNDr. Hana Lepková  0? VV  
XIBU User Security in ICT Systems 1, 2, 3 0/2 Ac ICV doc. Ing. Petr Fiedler, Ph.D.  3  VV  
XAEI English for electrotechnical engineering 2, 3 0/26 Ex UJAZ PhDr. Ludmila Neuwirthová, Ph.D.  2  VV 3
XAN4 English for bachelors 2 2, 3 0/26 Ex UJAZ Mgr. Pavel Sedláček  2  VV  
BUP1 Introduction to General Psychology I. 2 26/0 Ex UJAZ PhDr. Petra Fiľová, Ph.D.  3  VV  
XCA3 CISCO academy 3 - CCNP 2, 3 0/52 Ex UTKO doc. Ing. Jan Jeřábek, Ph.D.  3  VV 1
XCA5 CISCO academy 5 - CCNP 2, 3 0/52 Ex UTKO Ing. Milan Šimek, Ph.D.  3  VV 1
XAN3 English for bachelors- intermediate 1 2, 3 0/26 Ex UJAZ Mgr. Agata Walek  3  VV  
XCA1 CISCO academy 1 - CCNA 2, 3 26/52 Ex UTKO doc. Ing. Dan Komosný, Ph.D.  3  VV 1
XMW1 Microsoft Windows Desktop Systems 2 26/26 Ex FIT Ing. Radomír Kurečka  5  VV  
XAEU English for Europe 2, 3 0/26 Ex UJAZ Mgr. Přemysl Dohnal  3  VV  
XAN2 English for bachelors- pre-intermedia... 2, 3 0/26 Ex UJAZ Mgr. Marie Žouželková Bartošová  3  VV  
XAN1 English for bachelors- pre-intermedia... 2, 3 0/26 Ex UJAZ Mgr. Šárka Rujbrová  3  VV  
XPOU Double-Entry Bookkeeping 2, 3 26/26 Ex UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  4  VV  
XASA English for Northern America 2, 3 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ M. A. Kenneth Froehling  3  VV  
XJS2 Spanish for Lower-Intermediate Students 2, 3 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ PhDr. Marcela Borecká  6  VV  
XARE Effective Reading of Electrotechnical... 2, 3 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ PhDr. Marcela Borecká  3  VV  
XAJD Academic Language Skills for Electric... 2, 3 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ PhDr. Ludmila Neuwirthová, Ph.D.  3  VV  
XJR1 Russian for Beginners 2, 3 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ PaedDr. Alena Baumgartnerová  6  VV  
XJA3 English Everyday Conversation. 2 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ Mgr. Agata Walek  3  VV  
XJN3 German for Intermediate Students I 2, 3 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ Mgr. Pavel Sedláček  6  VV  
XJN1 German for Beginners 2, 3 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ Mgr. Pavel Sedláček  6  VV  
XEKE Ecology in electrotechnical profession 2, 3 26/26 Ac,Ex UBMI doc. Ing. Jiří Rozman, CSc.  4  VV 2
XJR2 Russian Pre-Intermediate 2, 3 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ PaedDr. Alena Baumgartnerová  6  VV  
XJN2 German for Lower-Intermediate 2, 3 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ Mgr. Pavel Sedláček  6  VV  
XJN5 German for Advanced Students 2, 3 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ Mgr. Pavel Sedláček  6  VV  
XJS1 Spanish for Beginners 2, 3 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ PhDr. Marcela Borecká  6  VV  
BFSL Financial services 2 26/0 Ac UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  2  VV  
XPOM Management Minimum 2, 3 26/26 Ac UMEL doc. Ing. Pavel Legát, CSc.  4  VV 2
XKPT Culture of Speech and the Generation ... 2, 3 26/26 Ac UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  5  VV  
XEPO Professional Success 2, 3 26/0 Ac UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  2  VV  
XLAD Laboratory didactic 2, 3 13/0 Ac UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  0? VV  
BDSY Taxation system of CZ 2 13/13 ClAc UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  2  VV 2
BMEM Computer Modeling of Electrical Devic... 2 13/26 ClAc UTEE prof. Ing. Pavel Fiala, Ph.D.  3  VV  
XMW3 Microsoft Windows Network Technologies 3 0/52 Ex FIT Ing. Radomír Kurečka  5  VV  
XPSO Pedagogical Psychology 3 52/0 Ex UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  5  VV  
XIPD Engineering Pedagogy and Didactics 3 52/0 Ex UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  5  VV  
BUBC Introduction to Biology of Man 3 39/0 ClAc UBMI doc. Ing. Radim Kolář, Ph.D.  4  VV 2
- Groups of optional courses
Gr. 10 1 courses from 3 course/s
 
summer semester
Abbr. Title Year Lec/Rest Compl. Is responsible for Supervisor Cr. Com. Gr.
XAN1 English for bachelors- pre-intermedia... 1, 2, 3 0/26 Ex UJAZ Mgr. Šárka Rujbrová  3  VV  
XAEI English for electrotechnical engineering 1, 2, 3 0/26 Ex UJAZ PhDr. Ludmila Neuwirthová, Ph.D.  2  VV  
XAN3 English for bachelors- intermediate 1 1, 2, 3 0/26 Ex UJAZ Mgr. Agata Walek  3  VV  
XAN4 English for bachelors 2 1, 2, 3 0/26 Ex UJAZ Mgr. Pavel Sedláček  2  VV 3
XAN2 English for bachelors- pre-intermedia... 1, 2, 3 0/26 Ex UJAZ Mgr. Marie Žouželková Bartošová  3  VV  
XTEL Physical training 1, 2, 3 0/26 Ac CESA RNDr. Hana Lepková  0? VV  
XIBU User Security in ICT Systems 1, 2, 3 0/2 Ac ICV doc. Ing. Petr Fiedler, Ph.D.  3  VV  
BPZE Selected Topics of Electrical Enginee... 1, 2, 3 13/13 ClAc UTEE Ing. Petr Marcoň, Ph.D.  3  VV  
XAEU English for Europe 2, 3 0/26 Ex UJAZ Mgr. Přemysl Dohnal  3  VV  
XMW2 Microsoft Windows Server Systems 2 26/26 Ex FIT Ing. Radomír Kurečka  5  VV  
XCA2 CISCO academy 2 - CCNA 2, 3 26/52 Ex UTKO Ing. Milan Šimek, Ph.D.  3  VV 1
XPOU Double-Entry Bookkeeping 2, 3 26/26 Ex UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  4  VV 1
XCA4 CISCO Academy 4 - CCNP 2, 3 0/52 Ex UTKO doc. Ing. Radim Burget, Ph.D.  3  VV 1
BUP2 Introduction to General Psychology II. 2 26/0 Ex UJAZ PhDr. Petra Fiľová, Ph.D.  3  VV  
XJA3 English Everyday Conversation 2 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ Mgr. Agata Walek  3  VV  
XASA English for Northern America 2, 3 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ M. A. Kenneth Froehling  3  VV  
XARE Effective Reading of Electrotechnical... 2, 3 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ PhDr. Marcela Borecká  3  VV  
XAJD Academic Language Skills for Electric... 2, 3 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ PhDr. Ludmila Neuwirthová, Ph.D.  3  VV  
XTPR Technical Law 2, 3 39/0 Ac ICV ThMgr. Milan Klapetek  3  VV 2
XLAD Laboratory didactic 2, 3 13/0 Ac UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  0? VV  
XEPO Professional Success 2, 3 26/0 Ac UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  2  VV 1
XKPT Culture of Speech and the Generation ... 2, 3 39/13 Ac UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  5  VV 1
BRKJ Quality management and checking 2, 3 26/13 Ac UETE Ing. Helena Polsterová, CSc.  3  VV 2
BPRS Psychological Seminar of Personality ... 2 0/26 Ac UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  3  VV  
XIPD Engineering Pedagogy and Didactics 3 52/0 Ex UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  5  VV  
XPSO Pedagogical Psychology 3 52/0 Ex UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  5  VV  
XMW4 Microsoft Enterprise Solutions 3 26/26 Ex FIT Ing. Radomír Kurečka  5  VV  
XMW5 Programming .NET and C# 3 26/26 Ex FIT Ing. Radomír Kurečka  5  VV  
XELE Safe Electrical Engineering 3 26/0 Ex UTEE doc. Ing. Miloslav Steinbauer, Ph.D.  2  VV  
BFSL Financial services 3 26/0 Ac UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  2  VV 1
BDSY Taxation system of CZ 3 13/13 ClAc UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  2  VV  
- Groups of optional courses
Gr. 1 1 courses from 9 course/s
Gr. 2 1 courses from 6 course/s
Gr. 3 2 courses from 2 course/s

7. Course' annotations

Academic Language Skills for Electrical Engineering and Informatics XAJD 26Cj summer semester Ac,Ex UJAZ 3
PhDr. Ludmila Neuwirthová, Ph.D.
The aim of the course is to strengthen academic language competences of students of electrical engineering and information technology by mastering academically-oriented communicative receptive, productive and interactive activities of English language on the proficiency level B1 on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. An integrated approach covering five basic language skills is used in the process of English language teaching and learning. Spoken production includes activities like giving presentations on a range of subjects related to the students' field of study or oral presentations on students' own qualifications and experience. Spoken interaction contains reactions relating to being interviewed, participation in the discussion and other activities. Reading comprehension covers work with adapted technical texts oriented to electrical engineering and information technology. The examples of writing activities are an abstract or summary, a letter of job application, curriculum vitae or e-mail messages. The last activity, listening, is practised in each lesson. Students are encouraged to listen and understand conversations between native speakers, to take notes on the basis of a heard text, to listen and follow a talk within his/her field as a member of live audience. The course helps students to find a job thus supporting their competitiveness in the labour market.
 
Algorithms BALG 39P - 13 winter semester Ac,Ex FIT 5
prof. Ing. Jan M. Honzík, CSc.
Overview of fundamental data structures and their exploitation.
Principles of dynamic memory allocation.
Specification of abstract data types (ADT).
Specification and implementation of ADT's: lists, stack and its exploition, queue, set, array, searching table, graph, binary tree.
Algorithms upon the binary trees.
Searching: sequential, in the ordered and in not ordered array, searching with the guard (sentinel), binary search, search tree,
balanced trees (AVL). Searching in hash-tables.
Ordering (sorting), principles, sorting without the moving of items, sorting with multiple keys. Most common methods of sorting: Select-sort, Bubble-sort, Heap-sort, Insert-sort and its variants, Shell-sort, recursive and non-recursive notation of the Quick sort, Merge-sort,List-merge-sort, Radix-sort.
Recursion and backtrack algorithms. Searching the patterns in the text. Proving of correctness of programs, construction of proved programs.
 
Bachelor Thesis BBCA 52 summer semester Ac UAMT 5
Ing. Soňa Šedivá, Ph.D.
Development of an individual technical project is the key activity. The student works on a problem chosen from the proposals offered by departments. The project can be conceived as a continuation of the technical project BBPA, which has been work out in the winter term by the student. The activity is evaluated after the submission of the manuscript of the bachelor thesis to the supervisor and after defense of the state final examination.
 
CISCO Academy 4 - CCNP XCA4 52L summer semester Ex UTKO 3
doc. Ing. Radim Burget, Ph.D.
The course introduces students to the configuration switches on the L2 and L3, creating VLANs, includes configuring STP and RSTP, deals with backup devices and network resources. Part of the courses is to configure the switch for PoE power transmission, wireless VLANs. Subject contains techniques for Security Scheme switches.
 
CISCO academy 1 - CCNA XCA1 26P - 52L winter semester Ex UTKO 3
doc. Ing. Dan Komosný, Ph.D.
The course is divided into two parts. The first part deals with the CCNA1 curriculum – fundamentals of IP networking. The second deals with the CCNA curriculum – routing in IP networks. Practicals include planning and implementation of small and middle size IP networks.
 
CISCO academy 2 - CCNA XCA2 26P - 52L summer semester Ex UTKO 3
Ing. Milan Šimek, Ph.D.
CCNA 3 - Identify and correct common network problems at layers 1, 2, 3, and 7 using a layered model approach. Interpret network diagrams. Select the appropriate media, cables, ports, and connectors to connect switches to other network devices and hosts. Explain the technology and media access control method for Ethernet networks. Explain basic switching concepts and the operation of Cisco switches. Perform and verify initial switch configuration tasks including remote access management. Describe enhanced switching technologies such as VLANs, VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP), Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP), Per VLAN Spanning Tree Protocol (PVSTP), and 802.1q. Describe how VLANs create logically separate networks and how routing occurs between them. Configure, verify, and troubleshoot VLANs, trunking on Cisco switches, interVLAN routing, VTP, and RSTP. Interpret the output of various show and debug commands to verify the operational status of a Cisco switched network. Verify network status and switch operation using basic utilities such as ping, traceroute, Telnet, Secure Shell (SSH), Address Resolution Protocol (ARP), and ipconfig, as well as the show and debug commands. Identify, prescribe, and resolve common switched network media issues, configuration issues, autonegotiation, and switch hardware failures. Manage Cisco IOS Software. Manage Cisco IOS configuration files (save, edit, upgrade, and restore). Describe standards associated with wireless media, such as (IEEE WI-FI Alliance, ITU/FCC) standards. Identify and describe the purpose of the components in a small wireless network, such as Service Set Identification (SSID), Basic Service Set (BSS), and Extended Service Set (ESS). Identify basic configuration parameters on a wireless network to ensure that devices connect to the correct access points. Compare and contrast Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) security features and capabilities of open, Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP), and WPA-1/2 networks. Describe common wireless-network implementation issues such as interference and  misconfiguration.

CCNA 4 - Describe the components required for network and Internet communications. Implement basic switch security measures such as port security, trunk access, and management VLANs. Explain the operation and benefits of using DHCP and DNS. Configure, verify, and troubleshoot DHCP and DNS operations on a router. Describe current network security threats and explain how to implement a comprehensive security policy to mitigate common threats to network devices, hosts, and applications. Describe the functions of common security appliances and applications. Describe recommended security practices to secure network devices. Describe the purpose and types of access control lists (ACLs). Configure and apply ACLs based on network filtering requirements. Configure and apply an ACLs to limit Telnet and SSH access to the router using the Security Device Manager command-line interface (SDM/CLI). Verify, monitor, and troubleshoot ACLs in a network environment. Explain the basic operation of Network Address Translation (NAT). Configure NAT for given network requirements using SDM/CLI. Troubleshoot NAT issues. Describe different methods for connecting to a WAN. Configure and verify a basic WAN serial connection. Configure and verify a Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) connection between Cisco routers. Configure and verify Frame Relay on Cisco routers. Troubleshoot WAN implementation issues. Describe the importance, benefits, role, impact, and components of VPN technology.
 
CISCO academy 3 - CCNP XCA3 52L winter semester Ex UTKO 3
doc. Ing. Jan Jeřábek, Ph.D.
This course, that is part of the official Cisco CCNP curriculum, is focused on these topics: routing issues in large-scale networks (ISP, WAN), connecting of autonomous systems, route redistribution and secure routing. Course is also focused on IPv6 Internet implementation.
 
CISCO academy 5 - CCNP XCA5 52L winter semester Ex UTKO 3
Ing. Milan Šimek, Ph.D.
The XCA5 course is is build on the basis of the official training course CCNP 3 Troubleshooting. During the course the main problem with the VTP, STP VLAN, EIGRP, OSPF, BGP, ACL, SSH protocol are presented and trained during the laboratory exercise. This course is the last course in the set of the XCA courses at the FEEC.
 
Communication technology BKOM 26P - 39L winter semester Ac,Ex UTKO 6
doc. Ing. Jan Jeřábek, Ph.D.
The course is focused on these topics: networks and protocols – communication models, methods of information transmission, reasons for the use of networks, basic structure of networks, types of networks, architecture of communication systems, ISO/OSI reference model, TCP/IP network model. Principles of communication techniques – multiple utilization of transmission channels, duplex communication. Analysis of tasks of every layer of communication models with respect to ISO/OSI and TCP/IP – physical layer, data-link layer, network layer, transport layer, session layer, presentation layer, and application layer.
 
Computer Control BCRT 39P - 26 winter semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
prof. Ing. Petr Pivoňka, CSc.
Design and realisation of various continuous and discrete PID controllers. Optimization of adjusted parameters. Introduce to adaptive controllers. Self-tuning controllers. Control of technological processes. Real-time operated systems. Programming in real-time, synchronization methods. Implementation of digital controllers. Sensors, normalisation, connection, limited of disturbance. Digital and continuous filtration. Binary control, Peri nets and GRAFCET.
 
Computer Graphics Principles BIZG 39P - 13 - 13 summer semester Ac,Ex FIT 6
doc. Ing. Přemysl Kršek, Ph.D.
Overview of fundamental principles of computer graphics (vector and raster based) and his consequence for real graphical applications. Specification of plane (2D) and space (3D) computer graphics basic operations. Specification of principles and using of main graphical interfaces, namely: Win32 API and OpenGL. 2D methods and algorithms for: lines, circles and curves (Bezier, B-spline, NURBS) rasterisation, line objects trimming, closed areas filling. 3D methods and algorithms for: objects transformations, 3D objects visibility solution, lighting, shading and texturing. 3D scenes photorealistic visualization methods. 3D objects geometry representation methods. Signal image processing, antialiasing methods.
 
Computer Modeling of Electrical Devices and Components BMEM 13P - 26 winter semester ClAc UTEE 3
prof. Ing. Pavel Fiala, Ph.D.
The central idea of the course is to help the students broaden the basic knowledge of electrical engineering, theory of the electromagnetic field, and numerical modelling with selected numerical methods. The instruction comprises the finite element method and the possibilities of its application in solving diverse problems related to the electromagnetic field. The method is introduced together with application examples of the analysis of the design of devices and components; this analysis is performed via interpreting electromagnetic fields, mainly their static, stationary, quasi-stationary, and quasi-static forms. In the course, the process of instruction is markedly supported by programs embedded within the ANSYS system (Multiphysic, Workbench, Maxwell). The teaching procedures are directed towards mastering ANSYS as a tool; the programming methods are explained and practiced, and strong points of the system are emphasized to simplify the programming. The main philosophy of ANSYS is demonstrated, with the relationship to other CAD/CAE/CAM of the SOLIDWORKS parametric system described and practiced in exercises. Thus, the course integrates the discussed aspects with the knowledge and skills acquired by the students within the BTMP subject. The practical computer training exercises have been set up to facilitate the solution of selected problems from a wide sector of electrical engineering and electronics; these exercises are performed in the ANSYS environment as a follow-up to the SOLIDWORKS 3D parametric modeler.
 
Computer Science in Automation BVTA 26 summer semester Ac UAMT 2
prof. Ing. Petr Pivoňka, CSc.
The course is targeted to basis program MATLAB, modeling of simple tasks, the basics of the program Simulink and demonstration exercises.
 
Computers and Programming 1 BPC1A 26P - 26 winter semester ClAc UAMT 5
doc. Ing. Václav Jirsík, CSc.
The first part of course familiarizes students with faculty and university information systems, foundations of informatics as numeral systems, binary arithmetic, decimal numbers representation, characters coding, Von Neumann principles and concept of the computer, foundations of the operating systems (OS), OS UNIX/Linux employing and foundations of computer networks. The second part is focused on algorithms development and foundations of C language programming. The students should learn to use C language variables, assignment commands, arithmetic, bitwise, logical and relation operators, branch statements, programming of loops and to employ functions.
 
Computers and Programming 2 BPC2A 26P - 26 summer semester ClAc UAMT 5
doc. Ing. Václav Jirsík, CSc.
In the course will learned basic knowleges of C programming.
Learned knowledges: C language basics, keywords, standard libraries, memory management and pointers, structures, working with files, creating and implementation of new libraries, basic algorithms, programming styles, source code management. Program safety and testing. Embedded C specifications.
 
Control Electronics BREB 39P - 26L winter semester Ac,Ex UVEE 6
doc. Dr. Ing. Miroslav Patočka
Analog and digital control circuits.
Bipolar and unipolar transistors: linear and switching regime. Operation amplifiers: internal structure, circuits with OA. Logic circuits, internal structure TTL, CMOS. Memories. Rules for the successfull use of the logic circuits. A/D converters. D/A converters. Special circuits. Special circuits. Sensors of the electric, and non-electric signals.
 
Control Theory 1 BRR1 39P - 10 - 8 - 8L summer semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
doc. Ing. Petr Blaha, Ph.D.
Basic terms is Control Theory .Feedforward and feedback control. Simple on-off and proportional control(continuous and discrete type). Performance evaluation of feedback controllers. Stability of feedback systems. Steady state and dynamics errors. Root locus method and frequency analysis. PID controllers. Systems with multi feedback loops. Digital PSD controllers. Multivariable feedback control.
 
Control Theory 2 BRR2 39P - 10 - 10 - 6L winter semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
prof. Ing. Pavel Václavek, Ph.D.
Analysis and synthesis of advanced control systems, especially nonlinear, is discussed in this course. Basic methods for nonlinear systems stability analysis, state trajectory behaviour evaluation and nonlinear control design are presented. Methods for robust control design and system parameters estimation are also described.
 
Culture of Speech and the Generation of Texts XKPT 39P - 13 summer semester Ac UJAZ 5
Ing. Martin Jílek
Course offers theoretical introduction to communication studies, etiquette, formal presentation togehter with practical communication training, rhetoric and presentation training. Part of the course deals with standards and regulations of written personal documents as well education texts.
 
Databases systems BDBS 26P - 39 summer semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
Ing. Radovan Holek, CSc.
Architecture of RDBMS. Types of data, operations with data. Introduction in data and system analysis. Fundamentals of data and system analysis. Relational database design. Normalization-based design of relational database. Languages of 4 ans 4.5 generations. Transaction processing. Client/server architecture. Databases and internet. XML techology. Data security, data sharing.
 
Design of electronic devices BKEZ 39P - 26L summer semester Ac,Ex UTKO 6
prof. Ing. Kamil Vrba, CSc.
Design and properties of signal lines, supply lines and distribution frames - suppression of interference and ground loops.
Parasitic events and their suppression - coupling in input and output circuits, parasitic capacitances and inductances, thermoelectric voltage, overvoltage on inductive load, reflections on lines, crosstalk. Electric and magnetic field screening, equipotential guarding. Choice of components and application recommendation - discrete elements, operational amplifiers, comparators, electronic switches, A/D and D/A converters, sample-and-hold elements, digital circuits, microprocessors. Mechanics design: regulation, control and indication elements - lay-out on the front panel, instrument housing design, heat removal, thermostatic elements. Printed circuits, wired printed circuits, connection of conductors and components. Safety requirements in instrument design. Methodology for the debugging of electronic device.
 
Design of power and data networks BPSD 26P - 6 - 21 - 12L winter semester Ac,Ex UEEN 6
Ing. Jan Macháček, Ph.D.
The goal of the course is to introduce issues concerning the design of data and power distribution systems according to current standards to students, the general concepts related to the design with a focus on project development, budget planning, familiarization with drawings creation and computer-aided design.

The course is mainly focused on the system "smart" installations and electrical installations in smart buildings, programming of control systems, including the visualization.

In this course, the emphasis is placed primarily on laboratory and computer exercises in which students are introduced to modern software and hardware equipment, and where they test and work with modern and current technologies in practice. In particular, students test the integration and recovery of several types of system electrical installations in practice, including an operational installation run test.

More information and materials can be found at http://www.ueen.feec.vutbr.cz/cz.old/mpsd/. Caution! These web pages are no longer updated, so its content and descriptive text is invalid! Current information can always be found under the subject’s bookmark or under e-Learning, or will be presented within class.
 
Design systems of printed circuit boards BNSP 26P - 36 - 3 winter semester Ac,Ex UETE 6
doc. Ing. Petr Bača, Ph.D.
Systems for designing of electrotechnical schemes in relationship with creating of printed circuit boards (ORCAD, PADS). Drawing and editing commands, commands of screen operation. Work with libraries of electronic components. Electronic checking of the scheme. Interconnection to systems for creating printed circuit boards (PCB), PCB design, interconnection to simulating systems (PSPICE, EVB and others). Creating output files for production of PCB. Production of designed printed circuit after its simulation.
 
Double-Entry Bookkeeping XPOU 26P - 26 summer semester Ex UJAZ 4
Ing. Martin Jílek
The course is organized as a single-term course, in which the students will get familiar step-by-step with the balance sheet, its split-up onto the particular accounts, they will master the principles of double-entry bookkeeping and learn how to compile the profit and loss account and the closing account.
 
Ecology in electrotechnical profession XEKE 26P - 26L winter semester Ac,Ex UBMI 4
doc. Ing. Jiří Rozman, CSc.
The course deals with the sustainable development strategy, the basic laws of ecology, the environment of man. Furthermore, chemical and physical aspects of the environment - exposure and evaluation of noise, vibration, electrostatic, magnetic and electromagnetic fields, radioecology. It explains the basic monitoring environmental parameters, architecture geographic information system. Features hygienic limits of physical fields. It discusses environmental audits and assessments of environmental impact, waste management and environmental legislation.


 
Effective Reading of Electrotechnical English XARE 26Cj summer semester Ac,Ex UJAZ 3
PhDr. Marcela Borecká
The course is focused on efficient reading and reading comprehension, mostly in combination with other skills. Different types of general and professional texts are used, as well as different reading techniques,such as scanning,skinning,intensive reading, and reading for problem solving. Both general and professional vocabulary is enriched.
The course is suitable for the PGS exam and for other exams organized outside the faculty.
It is a one-semester course.
 
Electrical Engineering 1 BEL1 26P - 13 - 13L winter semester Ac,Ex UTEE 5
doc. Ing. Jiří Sedláček, CSc.
The course deals with the basics of electrical engineering and in particular the theory of electrical circuits. At the beginning of the course universal and special methods of analysis of linear circuits in steady state are discussed. Next, students are introduced to the description and classification of time-varying quantities. The following part is an introduction to the analysis of nonlinear circuits using graphical and numerical methods. Another part of the course is dedicated to magnetic circuits, their description and basic methods of solutions, including circuits with permanent magnets. Important part of the course is laboratory exercises and computer exercises in which students will practice in the application of theoretical knowledge. During the course the students are familiarized with the safety regulations necessary for laboratory teaching.
 
Electrical Engineering 2 BEL2 26P - 19 - 20L summer semester Ac,Ex UTEE 6
doc. Ing. Jiří Sedláček, CSc.
The course deals with the basics of electrical engineering and extends the knowledge obtained in the course BEL1. At the beginning of the course are discussed universal and special methods of analysis of linear circuits in harmonic steady state, including the polyphase circuits. In the next section, students learn about the characteristics of RC, RL and RLC circuits. The following part explain classical and operator method of transient solution in linear circuits, students will learn how to determine the response of the circuit to the standard and arbitrary signals. The last part of the course is theory of homogeneous transmission lines.
 
Electrical drives BEPB 26P - 26L winter semester Ac,Ex UVEE 5
Ing. Dalibor Červinka, Ph.D.
This new course link to courses of mechanic, theory of Electric machines and Power Electronics. Explain the principles and methods dimensioning of power parts structure of Electric drives. Electric drives play an important role as electromechanical energy converters in most production processes. Explain problems : Dynamics of a Mechanical Drive, Integration of the simplified Equation of Motion, Thermal effects in Electrical machines,structures with Separately Excited and Series DC machines, Control of Converter-supplied this type, Induction Motor + frequency converter,Variable Frequency Synchronous Motor Drives and Some Applications of Controlled Drives.
 
Electronic Measurement Systems BEMS 26P - 26L summer semester Ac,Ex UAMT 5
Ing. Marie Havlíková, Ph.D.
The course deals with the modern approach to the implementation of measurement - using and working with electronic measuring systems. It is focused on technological means of automation - standard interfaces, eliminating the measurement uncertainty, using the DSP in measurement. Deals also with selection of components used in measuring instruments.
 
Electronic devices BESO 39P - 13 - 26L summer semester Ac,Ex UMEL 7
prof. Ing. Jaroslav Boušek, CSc.
Semiconductors physics. PN-junction. Semiconductor Diode. Bipolar junction transistors. Field effect transistors. Power electronic devices - thyristor, TRIAC, DIAC, IGBT transistor. Optoelectronic devices. Vacuum and microwave devices. Cathode ray tubes.
 
Engineering Pedagogy and Didactics XIPD 52P summer semester Ex UJAZ 5
Ing. Martin Jílek
The IPD course deals, in accordance with the fundamentals of general pedagogy, with all the related areas of study and the specification of engineering matter impact. The subject deals with discovering how the respective training methods are affected with the above impact, and specified according to the educational targets involved in special subjects, with taking their hierarchy into account. The structure of the lectures is taking into account the various expertise of the students.
 
English Everyday Conversation XJA3 26Cj summer semester Ac,Ex UJAZ 3
Mgr. Agata Walek
- The conversation class opens opportunity to talk about social and scientific controversial issues occurring daily on TV and in newspapers, and makes students think more deeply about these matters.
- The aim is to bridge the gap between the artificial classroom conversation and the natural, real-life discussion, and encourage students to talk about things which really matter to them on a personal, political and moral level.
- Students are expected to give presentations providing basic information on the topic. They are intended to be used as springboards for the discussions.
 
English for Europe XAEU 26Cj summer semester Ex UJAZ 3
Mgr. Přemysl Dohnal
An innovated English course with a particular focus on the development of the students´verbal and written skills and their further professional application within the wider framework of both the Czech and the European job markets.
The course aims at providing the students with a comprehensive background for dealing with the problems of everyday life and work in a European Union country.
In this respect, the central elements of the course consist in practising business meetings and negotiations, written document completion, informal communication and activities designed to describe and question European cultures in comparison with the Czech Republic.
Within the wider course framework, there are two notions that should be pointed out, namely the overview of the European union institutions and the introduction to English as the key providing access to education and jobs to Czech and Moravian university graduates.
Coursework: panel discussion, opinion presentation, interpretation of written and audiovisual sources, homework presentation and discussion, language games.
 
English for Northern America XASA 26Cj summer semester Ac,Ex UJAZ 3
M. A. Kenneth Froehling
This course is designed for students who have a good enough ability to communicate in English. The aim of this course to make language students aware of North American culture, the different dialects, political and economic differences from the European way, along with a better orientation of Canada and the United States. The course is intended to improve the communication abilities of the student in specific situations, and to improve writing skills of each student as well.
 
English for bachelors 2 XAN4 26Cj summer semester Ex UJAZ 2
Mgr. Pavel Sedláček
A standard course of English for intermediate students orientated on both general and technical English. An integrated approach is applied during teaching this course. After a grammar section with many tasks highlighting the new grammar, there is at least one activity for speaking, listening, reading and writing in every unit. There is a strong lexical component in the course. Technical texts are subject specific but the teacher's objective is teaching language, not subject knowledge.
 
English for bachelors- intermediate 1 XAN3 26Cj summer semester Ex UJAZ 3
Mgr. Agata Walek
- a standard course for intermediate students focused on both general and technical English
- it includes a grammar section with communicative tasks highlighting new grammar rules
- it covers reading, listening, speaking and writing
- it extents current vocabulary
- it develops grammar knowledge
- it includes work with technical texts putting emphasis on language

 
English for bachelors- pre-intermediate 1 XAN1 26Cj summer semester Ex UJAZ 3
Mgr. Šárka Rujbrová
The English course for using English both accurately and fluently. Grammar and vocabulary are taught and explained thoroughly and all four language skills are developed systematically. It combines traditional methods of language teaching and more recent communicative approaches.
 
English for bachelors- pre-intermediate 2 XAN2 26Cj summer semester Ex UJAZ 3
Mgr. Marie Žouželková Bartošová
The English course for using English both accurately and fluently. Grammar and vocabulary are taught and explained thoroughly,and all four language skills are developed systematically.It combines traditional methods of language teaching and more recent communicative approaches.
 
English for electrotechnical engineering XAEI 26Cj summer semester Ex UJAZ 2
PhDr. Ludmila Neuwirthová, Ph.D.
The course is aimed at the development of language competencies required by the students’ future professional environment. The students will study the means, functions and style of professional language. Special attention will be devoted to technical terminology. Seminars are focused on the product development and production process, the description and presentation of technologies, devices and their parts and components, the description of technical problems, possible risks (including safety risks and safety regulations in the production process) and their solutions. The tuition includes realistic listening activities focused on technical discussions; situation-based speaking activities in which students can practise the language they have learned; relevant vocabulary presented and practised in professional contexts; engaging topics and articles. The course corresponds to the Bachelor’s degree requirements. At the same time, it will help students to find a job thus supporting their competitiveness in the labour market.
 
Financial services BFSL 26P summer semester Ac UJAZ 2
Ing. Martin Jílek
The course gives information about the most commnon financial instruments in the field of banking and insurance, focusing on both individual and corporate clients. There will be also mentioned another financial institutions in the Czech Republic, e.g. factoring and leasing companies, unit trusts, building societies. Students will be given basic skills when choosing sources of financing, making investments or selecting a kind of insurance to protect from risk.
 
Fundamentals of Robotics BROB 39P - 10 - 10L - 6 summer semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
prof. Ing. Luděk Žalud, Ph.D.
History of robotics. Industrial robots - kinematic conceptions, important features and parameters. Kinematics of industrial robots, important parameters. Homogeneous transformations and its use. Indusatrial manipulator in practice - a company portfolio, programming language description, programming demonstration. Sensors in robotics - mobile, manipulators. Mobile robotics - introduction. Mobile robot drive configurations. Navigation basics, selflocalisation and mapping - indoor, outdoor.Telepresence basics. Robot deployment, applications.
 
German for Advanced Students XJN5 26Cj winter semester Ac,Ex UJAZ 6
Mgr. Pavel Sedláček
The course is dealing with difficult phenomena of German grammar, it improves conversational skills. This knowledge is used for getting oriented in German press. For the practice of reading and listening skills Zertifikatstraining Deutsch: Lesen, Horen, Schreiben material is used. The course is listed among the specialized courses.
 
German for Beginners XJN1 26Cj winter semester Ac,Ex UJAZ 6
Mgr. Pavel Sedláček
The course is for beginners in German.Students are introduced to the language with the emphasis on listening and acquiring basic grammar skills together with fast and direct mastering of communicative skills in everyday situations
 
German for Intermediate Students I XJN3 26Cj winter semester Ac,Ex UJAZ 6
Mgr. Pavel Sedláček
The course builds on the previous study (see course JN2. Verbal system, the passive, time clauses, comparatives and superlatives of adjectives and adverbs are practised. Vocabulary knowledge increases, and the listening skills are improved. Specialized German texts for FIT and for the study programmes of FEKT VUT are used as an introduction to the study of technical language. The course is listed among the standard courses.
 
German for Lower-Intermediate XJN2 26Cj winter semester Ac,Ex UJAZ 6
Mgr. Pavel Sedláček
The course builds on the material of the course JN1 or previous studying at secondary school.The grammar material is exploited effectively in listening and communicative activities taken from common everyday situations.
 
Industrial automation BPPA 26P - 30L - 9 winter semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
Ing. Radek Štohl, Ph.D.
Means of automation, overview of process instrumentation and standardized device interfaces, actuators. Controller and operator level of control. Manufacturing execution systems. Overview of industrial communications, industrial buses and networks. Industrial Ethernet. Real-time systems.
 
Introduction to Biology of Man BUBC 39P winter semester ClAc UBMI 4
doc. Ing. Radim Kolář, Ph.D.
Introduction into anatomy and human physiology, principles of interdisciplinary communication of an engineer and a medical doctor, basic special terminology and function of the particular systems and organs. Review of cellular level of living organisms, morphology and function of blood, circulation, respiration, urinary system, endocrine system and nervous system.
 
Introduction to General Psychology I. BUP1 26P winter semester Ex UJAZ 3
PhDr. Petra Fiľová, Ph.D.
The course presents the modern, also the classical theories of human mind functioning. First part (Introduction to General Psychology 1) gathers mainly from Cognitive psychology. It studies human attention, consciousness, sensation and perception, memory, mental representation and human imagination. Human brain organization and architecture are the integral subjects of the course.
 
Introduction to General Psychology II. BUP2 26P summer semester Ex UJAZ 3
PhDr. Petra Fiľová, Ph.D.
The course presents the modern, also the classical theories of human mind functioning. Second part (Introduction to General Psychology 2) ties together Introduction to General Psychology 1 . Major subjects are human thinking, reasoning and desicion making, creativity, human inteligence and artificial intelligence. Complete review of human functioning supplies subjects of cognition development, psychology of motivation, emotions and will.
 
Laboratory didactic XLAD 13P summer semester Ac UJAZ 0
Ing. Martin Jílek
- Audio-visual information support in the lessons
- Didactic and computing technologies specifications
- Pedagogical functions of didactic technology
- Back projection and its advantages – projection surfaces
- The Internet, webpages
- Presentation programs, methodology of designing PC presentations
- Multimedia in lessons
- Digital photography – support of the lessons
- Designing didactic content, possibilities of a lecturer
 
Management Minimum XPOM 26P - 26 winter semester Ac UMEL 4
doc. Ing. Pavel Legát, CSc.
The course deals with the following four problems areas:
1. Monitoring of elementary economic operations in the business, the impact of operations in the financial statements (balance sheet, profit and loss account). Types of costs (fixed, variable), cost models for mass production.
2. The legal framework for doing business in the CZECH REPUBLIC, the business of natural and legal persons according to the Trade Licensing Act and the commercial code, a legal person under Czech law.
3. The tax system of the CZECH REPUBLIC, the basic information about each of the types of taxes (for each tax payer of the tax is described, the subject of taxation and the tax base, the current tax rates, the calculation of the amount of tax, a description of the method of tax collection). Health insurance and social security insurance.
4. Time value of money (interest and future value, odúročení and the present value of future income, profitability and influence factor of risk).
 
Materials and Technical Documentation BMTD 26P - 9 - 12 - 18L winter semester Ac,Ex UETE 6
doc. Ing. Josef Jirák, CSc.
Materials for electrical and electronic engineering, classification. Electrical conducting and resistive materials. Superconductors. Ferro- and ferrimagnetic materials. Dielectric and insulating materials. Semiconductors. Materials for optoelectronics.
Standardization of documents (ISO, EN, IEC, ETS, ČSN). Drawings of parts and assembly. Schemes in electrotechnics. Documentation for printed circuit boards. Diagrams. Text documents. Informative database. Computer support for creating documentation.
 
Mathematical Seminar BMAS 26 winter semester Ac UMAT 2
RNDr. Petr Fuchs, Ph.D.
Equations, inequalities, vectors, elementary functions, derivatives, integrals, sequences, series.
 
Mathematics 1 BMA1 52P - 14 - 12 winter semester Ac,Ex UMAT 7
doc. RNDr. Edita Kolářová, Ph.D.
Basic mathematical notions. Function, inverse function, sequences. Linear algebra and geometry. Vector spaces, basic notions,linear combination of vectors, linear dependence, independence vectors, base, dimension of a vector space. Matrices and determinants. Systems of linear equations and their solution. Differential calculus of one variable, limit, continuity, derivative of a function. Derivatives of higher orders, l´Hospital rule, behavior of a function. Integral calculus of fuctions of one variable, antiderivatives, indefinite integral. Methods of a direct integration. Integration by parts, substitution methods, integration of some elementary functions. Definite integral and its applications. Improper integral. Infinite number series, convergence criteria. Power series, Taylor theorem, Taylor series.
 
Mathematics 2 BMA2 39P - 14 - 12 summer semester Ac,Ex UMAT 6
prof. RNDr. Jan Chvalina, DrSc.
Functions of many variables, gradient. Ordinary differential equations, basic terms, exact methods, examples of use. Differential calculus in the complex domain, derivative, Caucy-Riemann conditions, holomorphic functions. Integral calculus in the complex domain, Cauchy theorem, Cauchy formula, Laurent series, singular points, residue theorem. Laplace transform, convolution, applications. Fourier transform, relation to the Laplace transform, practical usage. Z transform, discrete systems, difference equations.
 
Mathematics 3 BMA3 26P - 14 - 12 winter semester Ac,Ex UMAT 5
Mgr. Irena Hlavičková, Ph.D.
The aim of this course is to introduce the basics of two mathematical disciplines: numerical methods, and probability and statistics.
In the field of probability, main attention is paid to random variables, both discrete and continuous. The end of the course of probability is devoted to hypothesis testing.
In the field of numerical mathematics, the following topics are covered: root finding, systems of linear equations, curve fitting (interpolation and splines, least squares method), numerical differentiation and integration, numerical solving of differential equations.
 
Measurement in electroengineering BMVE 26P - 39L winter semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
doc. Ing. Petr Beneš, Ph.D.
The course deals with the issue of measurement of electrical and non-electrical quantities partly in electrical engineering. The emphasis is compared to the level of knowledge in this field, the practical work of measuring instruments and procedures for data processing. Applies to these locations:
The classification of instruments for measuring electrical quantities. Principles of correct measurement. Analog measurement system. Analog measurement el.veličin. Recorders and analog oscilloscopes. Digital oscilloscopes and spectrum analyzers. Time, frequency and phase. Instruments for measuring current performance. Apparatus for measuring passive el. variables. Measurement of parts, circuits and systems. Imaging characteristics. Tester semiconductor devices. Generators for measurement of properties. Automation of measurement. Measurement of magnetic and other variables.
 
Measurement of physical quantities BMFV 26P - 39L summer semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
doc. Ing. Petr Beneš, Ph.D.
The course presents basic sensor principles, their parameters and construction. It deals with instrumentation, non-electrical quantities measurements concepts and procedures. It also presents the differences between conventional electrical measurements of the electrical quantities and non-electrical quantities on the real industry systems. Also the optical sensors, data collecting and acquisition processes are presented.
 
Medical diagnostic devices BLDT 26P - 26L winter semester Ac,Ex UBMI 5
doc. Ing. Radim Kolář, Ph.D.
The topics in this course cover operating principles and construction of diagnostic devices and systems for recording of electrical biosignals and non-electric characteristics from human body (ECG,EEG,EMG, EGG, impedance measurements, recording of blood pressure, measurement of blood flow, pletysmography). The fundamental principles of the medical imaging systems are also covered (X-ray systems, gama imaging systems and, the ultrasound imaging systems).The LabView programming environment is used for practicle experiences with acquisition and processing of different biosignal. The Vernier sensors and acquisition cards are used for this purpose as well.
 
Microprocessors BMIC 26P - 39 summer semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
Ing. Tomáš Macho, Ph.D.
The course is focused on foundations of logical circuits and microprocessor and embedded systems. Students are familiarized with design of combination and sequential logical circuits, application of microcontrollers, memory systems and memory management. The students will achieve practical experience with programing of the microcontrollers in assembler and C language.
 
Microsoft Enterprise Solutions XMW4 26P - 26 summer semester Ex FIT 5
Ing. Radomír Kurečka
Exchange Server. ISA Server. Software Management Server. Microsoft Operations Manager.
 
Microsoft Windows Desktop Systems XMW1 26P - 26 winter semester Ex FIT 5
Ing. Radomír Kurečka
Introduction to administering Windows, introduction to network technologies TCP/IP, IP addresses, introduction to DNS, NetBIOS and DHCP services. Administration of Windows: user accounts, file systems, user rigths vs. permissions, shared resources and printing, user environment (profiles, Group Policy), disk quotas, hardware and device drivers, troubleshooting system issues and backup, software installation, remote administration and Remote Desktop, system security (passwords, EFS, domains, Windows Firewall), auditing, security policies and templates, installation: unattended instalation CD based, network based, Service Packs, introduction to Windows Deployment Services, Windows Update, administration tasks scripting.
 
Microsoft Windows Network Technologies XMW3 52 winter semester Ex FIT 5
Ing. Radomír Kurečka
NAT, routing, Windows Firewall, multicast. Services and protocols SMTP, NNTP, POP3. PKI: CA, EFS, email encryption, IIS HTTPS. IPSec and VPN (PPTP and L2TP), RADIUS. Active Directory: sites, services, replication, GC, domain groups, the database and LDAP, partitions and replication, integration with DNS and NetBIOS. SQL Server: installation, system and user databases, object types, primary and foreign keys, Query Analyzer, Network Libraries, Enterprise Manager, MSDE, security, database structure and system tables, transactions, locks, logs, database files, backup and restore, replication, monitoring, DTS.
 
Microsoft Windows Server Systems XMW2 26P - 26 summer semester Ex FIT 5
Ing. Radomír Kurečka
Detailed insight into TCP/IP, routing, NAT and Windows Firewall. Active Directory: user and computer accounts, OUs, user groups, Group Policy and management of user environments, security and delegation, administrative tastks scripting, remote software installation and Remote Installation Services, backup and restore, troubleshooting hardware, IIS. Introduction to security and cryptography, EFS, introduction to IPSec and VPN (PPTP a L2TP).
 
Modeling and Simulation BMOD 26P - 13 - 7 - 6 summer semester Ac,Ex UAMT 5
prof. Ing. Pavel Václavek, Ph.D.
Model, modeling, simulation, emulation. Models of dynamical systems. Numerical methods for solution of continuous-time dynamical systems. Lagrange equations for modeling of dynamical systems. Bond graphs. MATLAB-Simulink as a tool of control engineer. Discrete events systems.
 
Modern means in automation BMPA 26P - 39 summer semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
doc. Ing. Václav Jirsík, CSc.
The course is focused on the use of knowledge systems in automation. In this context, explains the concepts of data, information and knowledge. The lectures are focused on the issue of expert systems, artificial neural networks, machine learning, creation and solution innovation award and computer vision.
 
Operating Systems BOSY 39P - 13 summer semester Ac,Ex FIT 5
prof. Ing. Tomáš Vojnar, Ph.D.
The concept of an operating system (OS) as a part of software of a computer system. Architectures of operating systems, a classification of operating systems. An overview of the contemporary operating systems. UNIX: The kernel of the OS, its structure, calling services of the kernel. The user interface of the UNIX OS, graphical and text-based interfaces, command languages. Context switching, multitasking. Basic principles of the implementation of the UNIX OS. File systems. Management of processes, virtual memory. Basic principles of computer networks, Internet, TCP/IP. Administration and security of operating systems.
 
PC systems BSPC 26P - 39L summer semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
Ing. Karel Horák, Ph.D.
The course is aimed to the personal computer architecture and peripheral communication (interrupts, DMA, serial data communication, communication buses and graphical cards). The descriptions of the devices are aimed to designing of user peripheral and user interfaces (signal measurement, data analyses). As a peripheral devices are used FPGAs and signal processors.
 
PCs in Intrumentation BPMT 26P - 26 - 13L summer semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
Ing. Zdeněk Havránek, Ph.D.
The course deals with programming of measurement systems and equipment with focus on virtual instrumentation. Students will recognize the different means used by software producers with emphasis on the software from National Instruments (LabVIEW). At the user level, they learn to use hardware devices for measurement. Attention is also paid to non-PC systems and systems based on real-time OS. Within exercises, students can obtain (after performing special test) an internationally recognized certification CLAD (NI Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer).
 
Pedagogical Psychology XPSO 52P summer semester Ex UJAZ 5
Ing. Martin Jílek
Course represents introduction to psychological studies. It is focused on methodology of psychology, Personality psychology, social psychology, developmental psychology, cognitive and general psychology, pedagogical psychology and neurophysiological basis of human brain. Psychological testing, discussion above case studies are involved.
 
Physical training XTEL 26 summer semester Ac CESA 0
RNDr. Hana Lepková
Physical training (PT) is a facultative course for students of all faculties of BUT. The system gives all students chance to participate on physical activities during whole study (including post-gradual). Students may choose among 38 sport disciplines on five performance levels. Two hours PT weekly is included in the study programs of all faculties. The weeklong intensive winter and summer courses (30 hours/week) are integral part of these programs, too.
 
Physics 1 BFY1 26P - 7 - 6 - 26L winter semester Ac,Ex UFYZ 6
RNDr. Pavel Dobis, CSc.
The course Physics 1 deals at first with basis of particle mechanics. Gained knowledge is used to study the influence of physical fields on particle motion. Significant part of the subject is focused on electric and magnetic fields, their formation, laws and mutual nature leading to the concept of electromagnetic field and Maxwell’s equations.
 
Physics 2 BFY2 39P - 7 - 6 - 13L summer semester Ac,Ex UFYZ 6
doc. RNDr. Milada Bartlová, Ph.D.
The course Physics 2 is closely linked with the course Physics 1. Within the framework of this course the student extends his knowledge from the theory of harmonic motion and will learn foundations of the theory of waves. The subjects of the following section are particular types of waves – electromagnetic waves and optics. Following topic will give to the students basic insight into the foundations of thermodynamics. Quantum mechanics and its application in the laser theory and the band theory of solids will complete the student´s general education in physics.
Seminars correspond to lectures and develop student’s ability to solve particular physical problems.
The knowledge gained in this course will help students to understand problems they can meet during the studies of other disciplines.
 
Power electronics BVEL 39P - 14 - 12L winter semester Ac,Ex UVEE 6
doc. Dr. Ing. Miroslav Patočka
Basic classification of power converters: AC/DC, AC/AC, DC/DC, DC/AC. Cascade of few converters. DC-bus. Static thermal phenomena. Cooling of semiconductors. Demanded thermal resistance of the heat sink. Active power; its calculation in special cases. EMC in LF region. Power factor, total harmonic distortion factor. Power switching devices, overview: diode, thyristor, triac, BJT, MOS-FET, IGBT, GTO.
Special chapters from the semiconductor theory. Chip structure of these power devices: fast diode, slow diode, symmetric thyristor, asymmetric thyristor, bipolar transistor, MOS-FET, IGBT, GTO. Detail analyse of the switch-on, and switch-off processes in the transistors. Switching loss calculation.
Rectifiers: non-controlled, controlled. Typical loads. Mean value of output voltage. Net rectifiers for supplying of transistor converters. AC/AC converters: 1-phase, 3-phase. Loads of R, L, R-L, R-L-Ui types. Phase control of triacs. DC/DC transistor converters. DC/AC transistor converters (1-phase, 3-phase). Control strategy of DC/DC, and DC/AC converters. PWM, sinusoidal PWM. Magnetic phenomena in the power electronics. Transformer theory. Mathematic models of the voltage transformer and current transformer. Switch-mode supplies. DC/DC converters with the pulse transformer. Single-end, and double-end buck converters.
 
Practical Project BBPA 39 winter semester ClAc UAMT 3
Ing. Soňa Šedivá, Ph.D.
The introduction part of an individual technical project of the student chosen from the tenders offered at the department. The subject matter of the project must be set early in the winter semester of the current academic year and it can form a part of the future bachelor work. The project is completed by presentation and its defense before the committee at the end of the winter semester of the third year of undergraduate study. After defense of the project, it can continue as a final bachelor's thesis.
 
Practical programming in C++ BPPC 26P - 26 - 13 winter semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
Ing. Miloslav Richter, Ph.D.
Basic aim of this course is learning C++ basics like C extension (C basics are learned in BPC2A course).
The C++ extensions are: non object C++ features, Basic object features, standard libraries. There are also learned object programming concepts and tools for C++ programming.
 
Processing and digitizing of analogue signals BZDA 26P - 39L winter semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
Ing. Zdeněk Havránek, Ph.D.
The course deals with challenges of the design of analog circuits for processing signals from sensors including presentation of tools for simulation and analysis of electronic circuits, data acquisition, signal processing, and hardware resources for the practical design of electronic circuits. Students will learn basic signal conditioning circuits for active and passive sensors - the use of bridges, current sources, amplifiers and filters. Further, electronic circuitry for resistive, capacitive and inductive sensors, conditioning and processing of signals from thermocouples, photodiodes and sensors with piezoelements are analyzed in detail. Sensors with current loop output, mixed and isolated interface, and circuits for digitization of analog signals including specific sensors with digital output are also considered.
 
Processing of multidimensional signals BZVS 26P - 39 winter semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
Ing. Karel Horák, Ph.D.
The Processing of Multidimensional Signals course addresses one-dimensional time signals and two-dimensional image signals as well. Computer based methods and procedures intended for signal and image processing are the main parts of the course.
 
Professional Practice BXBA 160PP summer semester Ac UAMT 0
Ing. Soňa Šedivá, Ph.D.
Professional experience lasts a total of four weeks (160 hours). It is completed in the companies of the electrical and electronic industry in Czech Republic or abroad. Student arranges practice itself. Practice needs to be done outside of regular teaching (especially in the summer holiday period) from the beginning to the end of undergraduate studies at FEEC.
Practice is included at the end of last year of undergraduate study after a written confirmation of its completion. Practice can be divided into sub-sections - a continuous duration of each segment must be less than 2 weeks (10 working days).
 
Professional Success XEPO 26P summer semester Ac UJAZ 2
Ing. Martin Jílek
This is a single-term training course the purpose of which is to define a project of a successful university student operating in the market economy.
 
Programmable logic controllers BPGA 26P - 39L summer semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
Ing. Radek Štohl, Ph.D.
Programmable logic controllers in process control.
Control systém of production enterprize.
Relay control sytem and Programmable logic controllers .
Control and monitoring system SCADA
Control and information systém for enterprise resource planning (ERP), Manufacturing execution system MES.
Total control and information enterpise systém.
Common features of programmable logic controllers, overview, construction features, hardware configuration of PLC Siemens S7-300, addressing of signal modules, categories of programmable logic controllers.
Interconnection of programmable logic controllers in nets, Mulmulti-Point Interface (MPI), communication levels.
Principles of PLC programming, modules configuration, memory areas in CPU.
Programming language STL, program exection, modes of CPU, programs blocks, addressing, variables and constants.
Basic functions, logical functions, memory functions, load and transfer functions, operations with accumulators, timers, counters, compare functions, aritmetical functions, transfer operation.
Analogue signals in PLC, representation of analogue values, standardisation of analogue values, PID function in PLC.
Programming of process systems, program standardisation in PLC programming.
Sequentional programming in PLC, functional descriptions, praphic form of sequentional programming, SIMATIC S7-GRAPH, sequencer.
Modul strukture of PLC programs, module hierarchy.
Communication between PLC and control and monitoring systems SCADA, hardware and software for communication support, drivers.
PC based control systems, control systems Slot PLC, control systems Soft PLC, SoftPLC versus PLC.

Laborytory training is devided into two parts. In the first part students got familiar with PLC Allan-Bradley produced by Rockwell Automation. In the second part training in laboratories is focused on programming of models of real technological processes using methods of logical and sequential programing of PLC.
 
Programming .NET and C# XMW5 26P - 26 summer semester Ex FIT 5
Ing. Radomír Kurečka
Introduction to the .NET platform. Precompiled code. Platform independence, MSIL. Secure code. Web services. C# language: types, classes, structs, instances, attributes, properties and methods, inheritance, virtual methods, indexers, interfaces, overloading, abstract classes, events, delegates. GUI elements and graphics. Network applications, TCP/IP, communication. Network services. ADO.NET and database access, DataSet, DataReader. ASP.NET, forms, XML, IIS integration. Web services.
 
Psychological Seminar of Personality Development and Self-realization BPRS 26C1 summer semester Ac UJAZ 3
Ing. Martin Jílek
Course supports personality development of trainee. Training is realised by interactive exercises in a small group of trainees. Psychological personality diagnostics is an integral part of the course.
 
Quality management and checking BRKJ 26P - 9 - 4 summer semester Ac UETE 3
Ing. Helena Polsterová, CSc.
The course deals with the basic concepts in the field of quality, construction quality systems in the Organization, the importance of quality in the economy podniku.jakosti products and services. Students are familiar with the role of ISO, EN, ČSN management systems and an overview of modern methods of quality assurance. The course also deals with the problems of metrology and testing.
 
Radio and Mobile Communication BRMK 26P - 26L summer semester Ac,Ex UREL 5
prof. Ing. Stanislav Hanus, CSc.
The course is aimed at the digital mobile communication systems. In the first part of the course is presented: the partitision of mobile systems, their present development, general principles of signal processing, architecture and signal distortion in radio environment including the methods of their suppression. In the second part of the course, the best known mobile systems (GSM, UMTS, WiMAX, IEEE 802.11, Bluetooth) are described. The attention is concentrated on development of mobile systems and future mobile systems (LTE, HAPS, ITS). In laboratory practices students tested not only commercial mobile systems (T-Mobile CZ), but also partial parts of mobile systems (mobile terminals). For testing is used the top techniques of measurement.
 
Russian Pre-Intermediate XJR2 26Cj winter semester Ac,Ex UJAZ 6
PaedDr. Alena Baumgartnerová
The course builds on the course JR1, or as the case may be,it can be attended by lower-intermediate students. It revises the material of the previous course in close connection with introducing and practising new language phenomena together with development of listening, reading, communicative and writing skills - everything accompanied by all-round increasing of the knowledge level. Basics of working with specialized texts.
 
Russian for Beginners XJR1 26Cj winter semester Ac,Ex UJAZ 6
PaedDr. Alena Baumgartnerová
The course is for complete beginners in Russian.
The material is based on developing the communicative competence,especially in listening comprehension and effective reading and writing skills.
Tuition is aimed at fast and direct mastering of communicative skills in everyday situations.
Within the course students are also informed about the country,its culture,customs and specifications.
Practising the new material and developing communicative skills is emphasized.
 
Safe Electrical Engineering XELE 26P summer semester Ex UTEE 2
doc. Ing. Miloslav Steinbauer, Ph.D.
The main idea of the course is to introduce the students to the following problems:
- legal regulations related to labour safety and health protection in the Czech Republic
- principles of risk prevention
- safety rules for handling and operating an electrical apparatus
- safety rules for the maintenance of an electrical apparatus
- realizing protection against electric shock
- protection of electrical devices against lightning and overvoltage
- fire protection of electrical devices
- first aid upon electric shock
 
Selected Topics of Electrical Engineering in English BPZE 13P - 13 summer semester ClAc UTEE 3
Ing. Petr Marcoň, Ph.D.
The course deals with the selected parts of the fundamentals of electricity. Possible methods of linear circuit analysis in stationary and harmonic steady state are discussed, including three-phase system. Another part of the course is dedicated to non-linear circuits, magnetic circuits and the theory of homogeneous transmission line. Lectures are held in English.
 
Selected parts from mathematics BVPM 39P - 13 winter semester Ex UMAT 5
doc. RNDr. Zdeněk Šmarda, CSc.
The aim of this course is to introduce the basics of calculation of improper multiple integral and basics of solving of linear differential equations using delta function and weighted function.
In the field of improper multiple integral, main attention is paid to calculations of improper multiple integrals on unbounded regions and from unbounded functions.
In the field of linear differential equations, the following topics are covered: Eliminative solution method, method of eigenvalues and eigenvectors, method of variation of constants, method of undetermined coefficients, stability of solutions.
 
Seminar of Electrical Engineering BELS 13 - 13L winter semester Ac UTEE 2
doc. Ing. Miloslav Steinbauer, Ph.D.
This course should help to the students graduated in grammar school to understand more difficult areas of subject Electrical engineering 1 (BEL1) and to gain practical skill for realization of laboratory experiments.
Topics of the course are the basics measurements in laboratories, production and distribution of electricity. Students will also practice the practical application of special purpose and universal methods of analysis of resistor circuits encountered in the course BEL1.
 
Seminar of Physics BFYS 26 winter semester Ac UFYZ 2
Ing. Jitka Brüstlová, CSc.
The subject deals with revision of basis of particle mechanics which are subsequently used in study of forces acting in electric and magnetic fields. The main part of subject is devoted to electric and magnetic fields and comparison of secondary school approach with that of the course Physics 1.
 
Signals and systems BSAS 52P - 13 winter semester Ex UAMT 6
prof. Ing. Pavel Jura, CSc.
Introduction, motivation, types of signals. Continuous-time signals, Fourier transform, spectrum. Linear continuous-time systems, input-output description. Stability. Discrete time-signals, sampling. Discrete Fourier transform, spectrum. Linear discrete-time systems, input-output description. Stability of the discrete-time systems. Discretization of continuous-time systems.
 
Spanish for Beginners XJS1 26Cj winter semester Ac,Ex UJAZ 6
PhDr. Marcela Borecká
This new communicative course - Spanish for Beginners - will offer practising pronunciation,basic grammar,conversation in everyday situations,reading and listening.Original Spanish textbooks,audio- and videocourses will be used in class.It is a two-semester course and can be followed by the course JS2.
 
Spanish for Lower-Intermediate Students XJS2 26Cj winter semester Ac,Ex UJAZ 6
PhDr. Marcela Borecká
This course is a follow-up course to XJS1.The students will develop communicative abilities,vocabulary and grammar, they will improve their listening with the use of more advanced audio- and video-courses .In the summer semester basic terminology in technical Spanish will be studied.Short semi-technical texts in Spanish will be analysed.This is a two semestre course.
 
Taxation system of CZ BDSY 13P - 13 summer semester ClAc UJAZ 2
Ing. Martin Jílek
This course gives information about the structure of the taxation system of the Czech Republic. There is a brief explanation of the single-entry bookkeeping principles including the basic knowledge of law rules related to small business.Finally, the course informs about institutions of government, which have the biggest influence on business, and step-by-step rules of communication with those institutions. Solved tax examples included.
 
Technical Law XTPR 39P summer semester Ac ICV 3
ThMgr. Milan Klapetek
Civil law as a collection of personal, property tax of law and responsibility. Concept, structure and forms which are given by basic principles, relations and laws including application of the civil law.
 
Therapeutic and prothetic instruments BTPT 26P - 26L summer semester Ac,Ex UBMI 5
doc. Ing. Jana Kolářová, Ph.D.
The principle and construction of instruments used in therapy and surgery - electrical stimulation, magnetotherapy, ionizing and non ionizing radiation, ultrasound and low temperature. Support and substitution of organs. Therapeutical effects on human organism.
 
User Security in ICT Systems XIBU 2 summer semester Ac ICV 3
doc. Ing. Petr Fiedler, Ph.D.
Course will cower following topics:
• Internet and legislation (IP rigts law, use of legal software, downloading, privacy protection)
• Secure behavior on th einternet (how to prevent phising, hoaxes and spam, use of anti-viruses and firewalls)
• Electronic signature, secure identity, password management
 

8. Work experience

Work experience takes four weeks and is carried out in companies operating in the area of electronic industry, telecommunication and other electronic and communication services in the Czech Republic and abroad. Students arrange their work experience individually or they can consult their Study Council (if they do so well in advance). It has to be carried out outside the times of regular instruction (mainly during summer holidays) from the beginning to the end of the bachelor’s degree programme at FEEC BUT. Work experience is acknowledged at the end of the last year in the bachelor’s degree programme after a written confirmation of its completion is submitted. It can be divided into parts, but the continual duration of each part cannot be shorter than two weeks.

9. Final state examination

The state final examination consists of:
- presentation and defence of the bachelor’s final work,
- oral examination in which comprises selected topics from obligatory courses completed during the study,
- oral examination in which comprises selected topics from optional courses completed during the study and is compiled by the students.
All parts of the state final examination take place on the same day. The examination can be taken only by students who received the assignment of their bachelor’s final work, submitted the work in due date prescribed by the academic year schedule, and earned the number of credits with a prescribed structure required to conclude the bachelor’s degree programme. The terms and publication of the topics for bachelor’s final work are defined by B-AMT Subject Council. Students who want to complete their bachelor’s degree programme in due date receive the written assignment of the bachelor’s work at the beginning of that year.
The oral examinations cover subjects which deal with control theory, measurement of physical quantities, electronic measurement systems, robotics and industrial automation.
The organization and course of the state final examination are specified by the supplementary Directive of the Dean regarding the state final examination and by particular instructions of B-AMT Study Council.