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Electrical, Electronic, Communication and Control Technology (EEKR-M)

Master's study programme

Full-time study

BASIC INFORMATION ABOUT THE STUDY AREA

Cybernetics, Control and Measurements (M-KAM)

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

The study area Cybernetics, Control and Measurement (M-KAM) aims to educate MSc graduates with a profound knowledge of theory, construction and application of measurement, control and automation systems in industry. During their study, students can specialize in measurement, automatic control, robotics, applied informatics, industry computer networks, principles of artificial intelligence and system of industry automation. The graduates can find employment in research, development and operation of a wide range of modern methods and means of automation, applied informatics, artificial intelligence and digital technologies. They can also assume key executive and management positions, where they can apply their knowledge of system analysis and optimal control.

2. Profile of graduates and their career opportunities

The graduates of the study area Cybernetics, Control and Measurement have a broad knowledge of theory, construction and application of measurement, control and automation systems in industry.
They are qualified in measurement, automatic control, robotics, applied informatics and industrial computer networks, and are competent in the principles of artificial intelligence, and systems of industrial automation. A profound knowledge of theory and a broad scope of applications-oriented study ensure high adaptability of graduates to specific requirements of their future professions.
The graduates of this branch find employment in research, development and operation of a wide range of modern methods and means of automation, applied informatics, artificial intelligence and digital technology. They can also assume key executive and management positions, where they can apply their knowledge of system analysis and optimal control.
Choosing suitable optional courses within the scope of the study area, students in the master’s degree programme can specialize in any area of their professional interest related to their future career. They can focus on the following technical specializations and their combinations:
CONTROL (RT) deals with knowledge in the area of control theory and technology. Students are introduced to the latest trends, such as fuzzy control and the use of neural networks in control and the realization of these and other methods of control by digital computer technology.
MEASUREMENT (MT) deals with detailed knowledge in the area of sensor construction and methods of measurement of non-electrical and electrical quantities. Graduates are familiar with conversion of these quantities into electrical and optical signals and acquire knowledge of processing of these signals by digital computer technology.
ROBOTICS AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (RO) deals with knowledge of robot control systems, digitally controlled machine tools and other appliances used in mechanical engineering, together with basic knowledge of integrated computer control. In the area of artificial intelligence, instruction focuses mainly on computer vision, artificial neural networks, expert systems, fuzzy logic and machine learning.
PROCESS AUTOMATION AND APPLIED INFORMATICS (PAI) focuses mainly on the implementation of information technologies into sensors, action and control elements. It embraces the study of microprocessor technology, one-chip microcontrollers, pre-processing of signals, database systems, WWW applications, JAVA applications, communication protocols, control algorithms, implementation of elements of artificial intelligence and programming of built-in control systems. Moreover, it focuses on standard industrial solutions of control systems of programmable automatic machine types, decentralised control systems, visualisation and the collection of procedural data and their subsequent processing.
COMPUTER VISION (PV) focuses on the provision of knowledge necessary in order to design systems of computerized image processing. It also involves procedures of image data acquisition (scene creation, choice of lighting), selection of HW components (cameras, image digitizers with control SW), methods of pre-processed data evaluation (comparing with the model, symptom extraction, sorting). The knowledge acquired can be applied for example in the development of industrial applications in the area of computerized image data processing.

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
Ing. Soňa Šedivá, Ph.D. - councillor internal
doc. Ing. Zdeněk Bradáč, Ph.D. - councillor internal
prof. Ing. Pavel Jura, CSc. - councillor internal
doc. Ing. Čestmír Ondrůšek, CSc. - councillor internal
prof. Ing. Pavel Václavek, Ph.D. - councillor internal
doc. Ing. Petr Beneš, Ph.D. - councillor internal
prof. Dr. Ing. Pavel Zemčík - councillor external

4. Basic principles and rules of study

The courses in the study area M-KAM 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 a particular course 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 120 credits in the two-year master’s degree programme while in particular categories of courses the following minimum numbers of credits have to be earned:
- 47 credits in compulsory courses (including both semester projects)
- 10 credits for writing, submitting and the acceptance of the thesis
- 35 credits in optional courses
- 10 credits in optional courses within theoretical extension
- 10 credits in inter-disciplinary courses
- 8 credits in general knowledge courses
If the minimum 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 both semester projects) in M-KAM are completed during the semesters and years as prescribed in the study plans. Semester project 1 has to be completed before Semester project 2. If students do not conclude a course they enrolled for in the way prescribed, they have to register for it in the following year of study.
Optional courses include technical subjects within the scope of the study area which enable students to focus on their areas of interest. Students choose these courses in a given academic year from the current offer of M-KAM, respecting the rules defined in the study plans (above all, the obligatory enrolment for the required number of courses in particular categories). The choice of these courses depends on students’ professional interests and the discipline within M-KAM they want to specialize in. They can base their choice on the course descriptions in Chapter 8 of this handbook or consult their study counsellors, Doc. Ing. Ludvík Bejček, CSc. (ÚAMT, Kolejní 2906/4, room no. E508) and Doc. Ing. Václav Jirsík, CSc. (ÚAMT, Kolejní 2906/4, room no. E513) at the Department of Automation and Measurement who can help them set up their individual study plans.
Students choose optional courses in such a way that they earn the required (or higher) number of credits with a prescribed structure by the end of their master’s degree programme.
Optional courses within theoretical extension include courses in higher Mathematics which increase the students’ theoretical knowledge of this discipline. Students choose these courses from the offer compiled by M-KAM Subject Council. By the end of their studies, they are obliged to earn the required number of credits (10 credits) and complete the minimum of two courses in this category. Students may base their choice of theoretical courses on their content descriptions in Chapter 8 of this handbook. Most of these courses are common to all students in the master’s degree programme.
Optional inter-disciplinary courses include subjects offered in other study areas of the master’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 master’s degree programme at FEEC BUT and it is attended together with students of these branches. General knowledge courses improve the students’ knowledge of “non-technical” disciplines. These courses are divided into the following categories: Category A includes language instruction in English, German, Russian and Spanish;
Category B includes technical courses from various study areas of the master’s degree programme taught in a foreign language (English or German). The major objective of these courses is not to introduce students to new technical knowledge, but to acquaint them with specialized terminology used in a foreign language;
Category C includes a variety of general courses.
In each of these categories, students have to enrol for at least one course. Students choose the courses from their current offer and can complete them in any year (or semester) of the master’s degree programme. An examination in languages can be passed until the end of the second year of the master’s degree programme.
These general knowledge courses also include “Physical Education” and “Physical Education and Sport” with zero credit value which students can but do not have to complete.
If students fail to complete successfully the optional, inter-disciplinary, theoretical or general education courses they enrolled for, they can but do not have to register for them again in the following academic year. Instead, they can choose a different optional, general knowledge or theoretical courses (respecting the required number of credits in particular categories).

5. Connection of study to other study programmes

The best graduates of the master’s degree programme may (after satisfying admission conditions) continue in the doctoral programme at any university in the Czech Republic. At FEEC BUT, the doctoral programme includes the following study areas:
• Biomedical Electronics and Biocybernetics (BEB)
• Electronics and Communication (EST)
• Cybernetics, Control and Measurement (KAM)
• Microeletronics and Technology (MET)
• Power Electrical and Electronic Engineering (SEE)
• Teleinformatics (TLI)
• Theoretical Electrical Engineering (TEE)

As far as content is concerned, the study area M-KAM in the master’s degree programme is closely related to doctoral programmes in Cybernetics, Control and Measurement, and Biomedical Electronics and Biocybernetics. For further information on all study areas in the doctoral programme, contact the Dean’s office at the FEEC BUT.

6. Study plans

Year of study 1, winter semester
Abbr. Title Lec/Rest Compl. Is responsible for Supervisor Cr. Com. Gr.
- Compulsory
MLOS Logical systems 39/26 Ac,Ex UAMT Ing. Radovan Holek, CSc.  6  P  
MTDS Theory of Dynamic Systems 39/26 Ac,Ex UAMT doc. Ing. Petr Blaha, Ph.D.  6  P  
MSNV Sensors of nonelectrical Quantity 39/26 Ac,Ex UAMT doc. Ing. Ludvík Bejček, CSc.  6  P  
- Optional specialised
MRTS Real Time Operating Systems 26/26 Ac,Ex UAMT Ing. Pavel Kučera, Ph.D.  5  VO  
MOPR Optimalization of controllers 26/26 Ac,Ex UAMT prof. Ing. Petr Pivoňka, CSc.  5  VO  
MOES Optoelectical sensors 39/26 Ac,Ex UAMT doc. Ing. Ludvík Bejček, CSc.  6  VO  
MPOV Computer Vision 39/26 Ac,Ex UAMT Ing. Karel Horák, Ph.D.  6  VO  
- Theoretical subject
MPSO Probability,statistics,operations res... 26/26 Ex UMAT doc. RNDr. Jaromír Baštinec, CSc.  5  TN  
MDRE Differential equations in electrical ... 39/13 Ac,Ex UMAT prof. RNDr. Josef Diblík, DrSc.  5  TN  
 
 
Year of study 1, summer semester
Abbr. Title Lec/Rest Compl. Is responsible for Supervisor Cr. Com. Gr.
- Compulsory
MEMT Electronic Measurement Technics 26/39 Ac,Ex UAMT Ing. Soňa Šedivá, Ph.D.  6  P  
MPOR Computer systems for industrial control 26/39 Ac,Ex UAMT doc. Ing. Zdeněk Bradáč, Ph.D.  6  P  
MM1K Semestral Project 1 0/26 Ac UAMT doc. Ing. Václav Jirsík, CSc.  2  P  
- Optional specialised
MFSY Fuzzy systems 26/26 Ac,Ex UAMT prof. Ing. Pavel Jura, CSc.  5  VO  
MRBT Robotics 26/26 Ac,Ex UAMT prof. Ing. Luděk Žalud, Ph.D.  5  VO  
MAPV Computer Vision Applications 26/26 Ac,Ex UAMT Ing. Karel Horák, Ph.D.  5  VO  
- Theoretical subject
MMNM Modern Numerical Methods 39/13 Ac,Ex UMAT doc. RNDr. Jaromír Baštinec, CSc.  5  TN  
MMAT Matrices and tensors calculus 26/26 Ac,Ex UMAT doc. RNDr. Martin Kovár, Ph.D.  5  TN  
 
 
 
Year of study 2, winter semester
Abbr. Title Lec/Rest Compl. Is responsible for Supervisor Cr. Com. Gr.
- Compulsory
MUIN Artificial Intelligence 26/26 Ac,Ex UAMT doc. Ing. Václav Jirsík, CSc.  6  P  
MAUP Process automation 26/39 Ac,Ex UAMT prof. Ing. František Zezulka, CSc.  6  P  
MM2K Semestral Project 2 0/39 ClAc UAMT Ing. Soňa Šedivá, Ph.D.  3  P  
- Optional specialised
MSDU Discrete event systems 26/26 Ac,Ex UAMT prof. Ing. Pavel Václavek, Ph.D.  5  VO  
MMNV Measurement in no-el. Quantities. 26/26 Ac,Ex UAMT doc. Ing. Ludvík Bejček, CSc.  5  VO  
MOSS Operating Sytems and Networks 26/26 Ac,Ex UAMT Ing. Tomáš Macho, Ph.D.  5  VO  
MSTU Machine Learning 26/26 Ac,Ex UAMT Ing. Petr Honzík, Ph.D.  5  VO  
MMID Modelling and Identification 26/26 Ac,Ex UAMT doc. Ing. Petr Blaha, Ph.D.  6  VO  
MIPS Smart and Semiconductor Sensors 26/26 Ac,Ex UAMT doc. Ing. Petr Beneš, Ph.D.  6  VO  
- Optional interdisciplinary
MDES Electromechanical System Dynamics 26/39 Ac,Ex UVEE doc. Ing. Čestmír Ondrůšek, CSc.  6  VM  
MBIS Information system security 26/26 Ac,Ex UTKO doc. Ing. Karel Burda, CSc.  5  VM  
MASO Analysis of Signals and Images 39/13 Ac,Ex UBMI prof. Ing. Jiří Jan, CSc.  6  VM  
MMOB Biological system modelling 26/13 Ac,Ex UBMI Ing. Martin Vítek, Ph.D.  4  VM  
 
 
Year of study 2, summer semester
Abbr. Title Lec/Rest Compl. Is responsible for Supervisor Cr. Com. Gr.
- Compulsory
MMSK Diploma Thesis 0/117 Ac UAMT Ing. Soňa Šedivá, Ph.D.  10  P  
MXMK Professional Practice 0/80 Ac UAMT Ing. Soňa Šedivá, Ph.D.  0? P  
- Optional specialised
MZPD Data acquisition,analysis and processing 26/26 Ac,Ex UAMT Ing. Marie Havlíková, Ph.D.  5  VO  
MRAL Robust and algebraic control 26/26 Ac,Ex UAMT doc. Ing. Petr Blaha, Ph.D.  5  VO  
MDSS Distributed systems and networks 26/26 Ac,Ex UAMT doc. Ing. Petr Fiedler, Ph.D.  6  VO  
- Optional interdisciplinary
MCSI Digital Signal Processing 26/39 Ac,Ex UTKO prof. Ing. Zdeněk Smékal, CSc.  6  VM  
MIAP Internet aplications 39/13 Ac,Ex FIT prof. Ing. Tomáš Hruška, CSc.  5  VM  
MERP Electrical Controlled Drives 39/26 Ac,Ex UVEE prof. Ing. Jiří Skalický, CSc.  6  VM  
- Theoretical subject
MNAN Nanotechnology 26/26 Ac,Ex UFYZ prof. RNDr. Pavel Tománek, CSc.  6  TN  
 
 
General knowledge courses
winter semester
Abbr. Title Year Lec/Rest Compl. Is responsible for Supervisor Cr. Com. Gr.
XCA5 CISCO academy 5 - CCNP 1, 2 0/52 Ex UTKO Ing. Milan Šimek, Ph.D.  3  VV 92
XCA3 CISCO academy 3 - CCNP 1, 2 0/52 Ex UTKO doc. Ing. Jan Jeřábek, Ph.D.  3  VV 92
XCA1 CISCO academy 1 - CCNA 1, 2 26/52 Ex UTKO doc. Ing. Dan Komosný, Ph.D.  3  VV 92
XAEU English for Europe 1, 2 0/26 Ex UJAZ Mgr. Přemysl Dohnal  3  VV  
XMW3 Microsoft Windows Network Technologies 1, 2 0/52 Ex FIT Ing. Radomír Kurečka  5  VV  
XPSO Pedagogical Psychology 1, 2 52/0 Ex UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  5  VV  
XIPD Engineering Pedagogy and Didactics 1, 2 52/0 Ex UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  5  VV  
XPOU Double-Entry Bookkeeping 1, 2 26/26 Ex UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  4  VV 92
XMW1 Microsoft Windows Desktop Systems 1 26/26 Ex FIT Ing. Radomír Kurečka  5  VV  
MEFL English for Life 1, 2 13/13 Ac,Ex UJAZ Mgr. Pavel Sedláček  4  VV 91
MEOS Electronic Circuits and Signals 1, 2 13/13 Ac,Ex UREL prof. Ing. Milan Sigmund, CSc.  6  VV  
MYFZ Basic French 1, 2 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ PaedDr. Alena Baumgartnerová  6  VV  
MASP General English for Intermediate Stud... 1, 2 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ Mgr. Pavel Sedláček  3  VV  
XAJD Academic Language Skills for Electric... 1, 2 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ PhDr. Ludmila Neuwirthová, Ph.D.  3  VV  
XASA English for Northern America 1, 2 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ M. A. Kenneth Froehling  3  VV  
XARE Effective Reading of Electrotechnical... 1, 2 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ PhDr. Marcela Borecká  3  VV  
XJS2 Spanish for Lower-Intermediate Students 1, 2 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ PhDr. Marcela Borecká  6  VV  
XJS1 Spanish for Beginners 1, 2 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ PhDr. Marcela Borecká  6  VV  
XJR2 Russian Pre-Intermediate 1, 2 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ PaedDr. Alena Baumgartnerová  6  VV  
XJR1 Russian for Beginners 1, 2 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ PaedDr. Alena Baumgartnerová  6  VV  
XJN5 German for Advanced Students 1, 2 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ Mgr. Pavel Sedláček  6  VV  
XJN3 German for Intermediate Students I 1, 2 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ Mgr. Pavel Sedláček  6  VV  
XJN2 German for Lower-Intermediate 1, 2 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ Mgr. Pavel Sedláček  6  VV  
XJN1 German for Beginners 1, 2 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ Mgr. Pavel Sedláček  6  VV  
XJA3 English Everyday Conversation. 1, 2 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ Mgr. Agata Walek  3  VV  
XMAU Bookkeeping for managers 1, 2 13/13 Ac UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  2  VV 92
MRET Rhetoric 1, 2 26/0 Ac ICV ThMgr. Milan Klapetek  2  VV  
MFIT History and Philosophy of Technology 1, 2 26/0 Ac ICV ThMgr. Milan Klapetek  2  VV  
XTEL Physical training 1, 2 0/26 Ac CESA RNDr. Hana Lepková  0? VV  
XEPO Professional Success 1, 2 26/0 Ac UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  2  VV  
XKPT Culture of Speech and the Generation ... 1, 2 26/26 Ac UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  5  VV  
MEID Electronics in German 1, 2 26/0 Ac UREL prof. Ing. Milan Sigmund, CSc.  2  VV  
XLAD Laboratory didactic 1, 2 13/0 Ac UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  0? VV  
MMEN Microelectronics in English 1, 2 26/0 ClAc UMEL prof. Ing. Jaromír Brzobohatý, CSc.  3  VV 92
MPSY Power Systems 1, 2 26/0 ClAc UEEN doc. Ing. Petr Baxant, Ph.D.  3  VV 92
MESI Embedded systems for industrial control 1, 2 26/0 ClAc UAMT doc. Ing. Petr Fiedler, Ph.D.  3  VV 92
MEME Electromechanical Systems 1, 2 26/0 ClAc UVEE doc. Ing. Čestmír Ondrůšek, CSc.  3  VV 92
XPRI Project Management 2 0/39 Ac,Ex ICV prof. Ing. Stanislav Hanus, CSc.  4  VV  
XPOM Management Minimum 2 26/26 Ac UMEL doc. Ing. Pavel Legát, CSc.  4  VV 92
 
summer semester
Abbr. Title Year Lec/Rest Compl. Is responsible for Supervisor Cr. Com. Gr.
XCA4 CISCO Academy 4 - CCNP 1, 2 0/52 Ex UTKO doc. Ing. Radim Burget, Ph.D.  3  VV 92
XCA2 CISCO academy 2 - CCNA 1, 2 26/52 Ex UTKO Ing. Milan Šimek, Ph.D.  3  VV 92
XPOU Double-Entry Bookkeeping 1, 2 26/26 Ex UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  4  VV  
XIPD Engineering Pedagogy and Didactics 1, 2 52/0 Ex UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  5  VV  
XAEU English for Europe 1, 2 0/26 Ex UJAZ Mgr. Přemysl Dohnal  3  VV  
XPSO Pedagogical Psychology 1, 2 52/0 Ex UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  5  VV  
XMW2 Microsoft Windows Server Systems 1 26/26 Ex FIT Ing. Radomír Kurečka  5  VV  
XMW4 Microsoft Enterprise Solutions 1, 2 26/26 Ex FIT Ing. Radomír Kurečka  5  VV  
XMW5 Programming .NET and C# 1, 2 26/26 Ex FIT Ing. Radomír Kurečka  5  VV  
MASP General English for Intermediate Stud... 1, 2 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ Mgr. Pavel Sedláček  3  VV  
XAJD Academic Language Skills for Electric... 1, 2 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ PhDr. Ludmila Neuwirthová, Ph.D.  3  VV  
XJA3 English Everyday Conversation 1, 2 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ Mgr. Agata Walek  3  VV  
XARE Effective Reading of Electrotechnical... 1, 2 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ PhDr. Marcela Borecká  3  VV  
MEFL English for Life 1, 2 13/13 Ac,Ex UJAZ Mgr. Pavel Sedláček  4  VV  
XASA English for Northern America 1, 2 0/26 Ac,Ex UJAZ M. A. Kenneth Froehling  3  VV  
MFIT History and Philosophy of Technology 1, 2 26/0 Ac ICV ThMgr. Milan Klapetek  2  VV 92
XKPT Culture of Speech and the Generation ... 1, 2 39/13 Ac UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  5  VV 92
XEPO Professional Success 1, 2 26/0 Ac UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  2  VV 92
XLAD Laboratory didactic 1, 2 13/0 Ac UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  0? VV  
XMAU Bookkeeping for managers 1, 2 13/13 Ac UJAZ Ing. Martin Jílek  2  VV  
XTPR Technical Law 1, 2 39/0 Ac ICV ThMgr. Milan Klapetek  3  VV 92
XTEL Physical training 1, 2 0/26 Ac CESA RNDr. Hana Lepková  0? VV  
MRET Rhetoric 1, 2 26/0 Ac ICV ThMgr. Milan Klapetek  2  VV  
MPPM Properties and Production of Electrot... 1, 2 26/0 ClAc UETE doc. Ing. Josef Jirák, CSc.  3  VV 92
MARC Advanced Radio Communication Systems ... 1, 2 26/0 ClAc UREL doc. RNDr. Jitka Poměnková, Ph.D.  3  VV 92
MEDS Elements of Digital Signal and Image ... 1, 2 26/0 ClAc UBMI prof. Ing. Jiří Jan, CSc.  3  VV 92
MTOC Theory of Communication 1, 2 26/0 ClAc UTKO Ing. Radim Číž, Ph.D.  3  VV 92
MELB Safe Electrical Engineering 2 26/0 Ex UTEE doc. Ing. Pavel Kaláb, CSc.  2  VV  
XPRI Project Management 2 0/39 Ac,Ex ICV prof. Ing. Stanislav Hanus, CSc.  4  VV  
- Groups of optional courses
Gr. 91 1 courses from 1 course/s
Gr. 92 2 courses from 20 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.
 
Advanced Radio Communication Systems and Their Components MARC 26P summer semester ClAc UREL 3
doc. RNDr. Jitka Poměnková, Ph.D.
Předmět je koncipován jako přehled nejnovějších trendů vývoje v oblasti rádiové komunikace. Historie rádiové komunikace; antény a šíření rádiových vln; systémy s rozprostřeným spektrem a s více nosnými; napájení embedded systémů; komunikace optickými spoji; kódování multimediálních signálů; digitální terestrické televizní vysílání a mobilní televise; radiolokační systémy; radiofrekvenční identifikace; systémy pro mobilní komunikaci; koexistence rádiových komunikačních systémů: elektromagnetická kompatibilita; centrum senzorických, informačních a komunikačních systemů.
 
Analysis of Signals and Images MASO 39P - 13 winter semester Ac,Ex UBMI 6
prof. Ing. Jiří Jan, CSc.
Time-frequency signal analysis. Continuous and discrete image representation, 2D transforms, stochastic image. Enhancement and edition of images - contrast transforms, sharpening, noise and interference suppression, geometric operations. Introduction to restoration of distorted images. Methods of image reconstruction from parallel and fan tomographic projections. Non-linear analysis and filtering of signals and images, neuronal classifiers. Edge, border and area detection, image segmentation. Analysis and visualisation of 2D and 3D image data. Technical, medical and ecological applications.
 
Artificial Intelligence MUIN 26P - 26 winter semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
doc. Ing. Václav Jirsík, CSc.
The aim of the course is to deepen knowledges and application of artificial intelligence methods. Artificial intelligence – definition, trends. Artificial neural networks, neural networks paradigms, method of backpropagation learning, Kohonen self-organizing maps, Hopfield network, RCE neural network. Knowledge-based systems, knowledge representation, problem solving, structure and activities of expert systems. Optical information processing resources of artificial inteligence. Intelligent robot.

 
Basic French MYFZ 26Cj winter semester Ac,Ex UJAZ 6
PaedDr. Alena Baumgartnerová
Pronunciation: Italian phonetic system, stress, intonation, linking
Grammar: present tenses of 3 verb groups, making negative forms and questions, polite forms, definite article and indefinite articles, conctraction of articles, making plural forms of nouns and jectives, personal pronouns, interrogative pronouns, imperative.
Vocabulary: introducing, visiting, telephoning, travelling, at the railway station, shopping, weather.
 
Biological system modelling MMOB 26P - 13 winter semester Ac,Ex UBMI 4
Ing. Martin Vítek, Ph.D.
The course is dedicated to the modeling of biological systems. Students gain theoretical knowledge in the field of modeling terminology, classification of biological systems, modeling objectives, identification of model parameters and methods of its description. Students will gain practical skills in the design of a mathematical model, its analysis, practical implementation in MATLAB and Simulink and model simulation.
 
Bookkeeping for managers XMAU 13P - 13 summer semester Ac UJAZ 2
Ing. Martin Jílek
Management accounting
The concept, target, content and structure.
Key notions and criteria of accounting.
Segmentation of costs, revenues and profits in accounting and their impact on company tax charge.
The influence of the type of business on accounting.
Methodical aspects of applying accounting data in corporate financial management.
 
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.
 
Computer Vision MPOV 39P - 26L winter semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
Ing. Karel Horák, Ph.D.
The Computer Vision course addresses methods for acquisition and digital processing of an image data. The main parts of the course are algorithms and methods for image processing, pattern recognition and analysis of dynamic scene.
 
Computer Vision Applications MAPV 26P - 26L summer semester Ac,Ex UAMT 5
Ing. Karel Horák, Ph.D.
Course acquaints with the most important problems of computer vision in technical practice –measuring of dimensions, position and orientation, inspection systems, OCR, 3D objects reconstruction, navigation, motion analysis etc. It introduces implementation of basic principles used in computer vision, parameters of classical and special means for image acquisition and processing. Subject matter is presented on real applications solved not only in academic (Group of computer vision UAMT) but also in commercial domain.
 
Computer systems for industrial control MPOR 26P - 39L summer semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
doc. Ing. Zdeněk Bradáč, Ph.D.
Basic terms: programming model, addressing modes, assembler, embedded peripherals, counters, timers, interrupt subsystem. Mapping and addressing of peripherals.
Peripherals: A/D and D/A converters, counters and timers, synchronous and asynchronous serial interface. Power elements. Intelligent display. Connection of external peripherals like memory, A/D and D/A converters, displays, keyboards. Buses I2C, 485 and 422. Programming techniques for embedded systems. Introduction to Real time OS. Introduction to Faul-tolerant systems.
 
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.
 
Data acquisition,analysis and processing MZPD 26P - 26 summer semester Ac,Ex UAMT 5
Ing. Marie Havlíková, Ph.D.
The course is dedicated to the analysis of digital signals in time and frequency domain. Emphasis is placed on the orthogonal transformation in particular DFT, fast algorithms FFT, and wavelet transformations. Part of the course is devoted to mathematical perations with time series and digital filtering.
 
Differential equations in electrical engineering MDRE 39P - 13 winter semester Ac,Ex UMAT 5
prof. RNDr. Josef Diblík, DrSc.
This course is devoted to some important parts of differential equations - ordinary differential equations and partial differential equations which were not explained in the previous bachelor course. From the area of ordinary differential equations we mean e.g. so called exact equation which is a general type of equations representing large family of equations. Attention will be paid to extension of knowledge concerning linear systems including autonomous systems. The method of matrix exponential is applied to solutions of systems with constant coefficients. From the point of utilization, a large family of differential equations is important. Let us mention e.g. so called Bessel's or Laplace equations. One of the main notions in applications of differential equations is the notion of stability, which is included in the course. Several methods for detection of stability are discussed, for systems with constant coefficients, e.g. Hurwitz's criterion and Michailov's criterion. Well-known method of Lyapunov functions, being the main method in stability theory, is discussed as well. Full classification of planar linear systems with constant coefficients is given in phase space. In the course is frequently used the matrix method and a lot of results are given in terms of matrices. Partial differential equations serve very often as mathematical models of technical and engineering phenomena. Except others applications of basic methods of solutions (Fourier method, D'Alembert method) will be applied to solving wave equation, heat equation and Laplace equation. Computer exercises focuse attention to master modern mathematical software for solving various classes of differential equations.
 
Digital Signal Processing MCSI 26P - 39L summer semester Ac,Ex UTKO 6
prof. Ing. Zdeněk Smékal, CSc.
Definition and classification of 1D and 2D discrete signals and systems. Signal and system examples. Spectral analysis using FFT. Spectrograms and moving spectra. The Hilbert transform. Representation of bandpass signals. Decimation and interpolation. Transversal and polyphase filters. Filter banks with perfect reconstruction. Quadrature mirror filters (QMF). The wavelet transform. Signal analysis with multiple resolution. Stochastic variables and processes, mathematical statistics. Power spectral density (PSD) and its estimation. Non-parametric methods for PSD calculation. Linear prediction analysis. Parametric methods for PSD calculation. Complex and real cepstra. In computer exercises students verify digital signal processing method in the Matlab environment in real time.
 
Diploma Thesis MMSK 117 summer semester Ac UAMT 10
Ing. Soňa Šedivá, Ph.D.
The activity is aimed to working out a final individual Diploma Thesis solving a selected problem from the offer of the Department. The theme of Diploma Thesis is allocated according to the valid academic rules. 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.
 
Discrete event systems MSDU 26P - 26 winter semester Ac,Ex UAMT 5
prof. Ing. Pavel Václavek, Ph.D.
Discrete event systems and their typical examples, modelling, Basic modeling concepts. Petri nets, definitions, types, purpose, autonomous PN, colored PN. Sequence systems. Markov chains and processes, queueing systems.
 
Distributed systems and networks MDSS 26P - 26L summer semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
doc. Ing. Petr Fiedler, Ph.D.
Subject deals with modern problems in automation e.g. with distributed control systems. The main attention is given on the communication subsystem that creates the backbone of these systems. Students obtain practical experiences with industrial communication systems PROFIBUS, PROFINET, ETHERNET/IP, DeviceNet, RIO. Students obtain a deep and large view of open system interconnection, communication standards, proprietary communication systems and their implementation. Next part of the subject deals with distributed control systems DCS from the first control level as many as the operator level.
 
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.
 
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 Controlled Drives MERP 39P - 26 summer semester Ac,Ex UVEE 6
prof. Ing. Jiří Skalický, CSc.
D.C. controlled drives, review and classification. D.C. drives with thyristor converters, speed control, adaptive control, computer control. Combined control of the speed by armature and field control. Drives with a torque - reversation. Drives with brushless D.C. motors, its control. Position controlled servodrives. Induction machine drives, scalar and vector control, induction motor in traction. SRM drives. EMC in electric drives. Electomagnetical compatibility in power electrical engineering.
 
Electromechanical System Dynamics MDES 26P - 39 winter semester Ac,Ex UVEE 6
doc. Ing. Čestmír Ondrůšek, CSc.
The basic laws of electromechanical energy conversion. Electromechanical systems with one or more excitation coils, with linear and with rotor movement. Dynamic equations. Variation principle. Theory of general electric machine, basic equations and its linear transformation. Mathematical model of synchronous generator, interaction of synchronous generator and mains, transients in the system generator - mains.
 
Electromechanical Systems MEME 26P winter semester ClAc UVEE 3
doc. Ing. Čestmír Ondrůšek, CSc.
The subject is lectured in english language and is determined for those who want to improve their knowledge of technical english.Basic terminology of DC and AC electrical machines and transformers. Principle of operation of DC and AC electrical machines and transformers. Principle of operation of DC and AC electric drives. DC to DC and AC to DC innverters. Energy and power flow, efficiency.
 
Electronic Circuits and Signals MEOS 13P - 13Cj winter semester Ac,Ex UREL 6
prof. Ing. Milan Sigmund, CSc.
The course is based on previous knowledge get in bachelor study mainly oriented to the general electronics. New given areas e.g. of signal processing, measure data acquisition and processing are oriented to research projects in foreign partner universities and companies where can participate our mobile students.
 
Electronic Measurement Technics MEMT 26P - 39L summer semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
Ing. Soňa Šedivá, Ph.D.
Course deals the issue of measurement instruments for passive and active tags, measurement theory and experiment. Students will deepen their knowledge of the principles, characteristics and use of electronic measuring instruments. Emphasis is placed on the correct use of standard terms. They will learn to use a measuring device for measuring active tags with an emphasis on oscilloscopes and spectrum analyzers, frequency, time and phase. general impedance.
 
Electronics in German MEID 26P winter semester Ac UREL 2
prof. Ing. Milan Sigmund, CSc.
The course is based on previous knowledge get in bachelor study mainly oriented to the general electronics. New given areas e.g. of signal processing, measure data acquisition and processing are oriented to research projects in foreign partner universities and companies where can participate our mobile students.
 
Elements of Digital Signal and Image Processing MEDS 26P summer semester ClAc UBMI 3
prof. Ing. Jiří Jan, CSc.
The course is intended as an introduction to signal and image processing and analysis in the English language.
 
Embedded systems for industrial control MESI 26P winter semester ClAc UAMT 3
doc. Ing. Petr Fiedler, Ph.D.
The course aim is to introduce selected technical end ethical topics in English and to improve the presentation skills of the students in both English and Czech languages. Course includes a lecture on delivery of prtesentations and lectures on selected topics from the filed of embedded systems and industrial automation. Lectures are English language. In the last thord of the course students organized in teams present their chosen topics in English. The chosen topics are either strictly technical or the topic can adress engineering ethics issues related to safety, ecology and sustainability.
 
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 Life MEFL 13P - 13Cj summer semester Ac,Ex UJAZ 4
Mgr. Pavel Sedláček
An English course with a focus on the acquirement and practice of advanced skills within practical verbal and written communication. The seminars include not only a wide variety of functional aspects of the English language, but also different forms of interaction, namely active discussion, presentation, interpretation of audiovisual materials, and production or analysis of texts. The topics are outlined in such a manner as to enable the students to use English more effectively in dealing with everyday social and professional situations.
 
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.
 
Fuzzy systems MFSY 26P - 13 - 13 summer semester Ac,Ex UAMT 5
prof. Ing. Pavel Jura, CSc.
Motivation, crisp sets and fuzzy sets. Fuzzy sets operations, t-norms and conorms. Fuzzy relations and operations with them. Projection, cylindrical extension, composition. Approximate reasoning. Linguistic variable. Fuzzy implication. Generalized modus ponens and fuzzy rule if-then. Inference rules. The evaluation of a set of the fuzzy rules. Fuzzy systems Mamdani and Sugeno. The structure of the system, knowledge and data base. Fuzzification and defuzzification. Fuzzy system as an universal approximator. Adaptive fuzzy systems, neuro fuzzy systems.
 
General English for Intermediate Students MASP 26Cj summer semester Ac,Ex UJAZ 3
Mgr. Pavel Sedláček
The content of this course is the same as that of XAN4, the course is designed for students who did not attend XAN4 in the Bachelor's study programme.
 
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.
 
History and Philosophy of Technology MFIT 26P summer semester Ac ICV 2
ThMgr. Milan Klapetek
The subject History and Philosophy of Technology represents an introduction into the particular stages of development of the material culture, crafts and the technology, in steps from the earliest times across the antiquity until the end of the 19th century. The stress is laid especially on the most decisive chapters of the history of engineering development, such as the helenistic mechanics, the industrial revolution, the beginnings and the use of electrical energy and telecommunications. All the above is complemented with cultural, philosophical and religious context of the respective period.
 
Information system security MBIS 26P - 26 winter semester Ac,Ex UTKO 5
doc. Ing. Karel Burda, CSc.
Modern civilization depends on a correct functioning of information systems. Significant attention must therefore be paid to the security of these systems. On completing the course, students will have a thorough overview of possible methods of securing an information system. Lectures are mainly dedicated to explaining the functioning of cryptography protections, communication protections, access control techniques, and computer protections. Exercises are computational ones and are dedicated to strengthening the theoretical knowledge and to considering quantitatively the different types of protection.
 
Internet aplications MIAP 39P - 13 summer semester Ac,Ex FIT 5
prof. Ing. Tomáš Hruška, CSc.
Markup languages, SGML family and their present members - html and xml especially. Technology of html pages building including dynamic pages and Java/Visual Basic scripts. XML technology, i.e. XML language, schema definition means, query language, hypertext binding devices, XML transformation, object document model. XML and modern information systems.
 
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
 
Logical systems MLOS 39P - 13 - 13L winter semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
Ing. Radovan Holek, CSc.
Knowledge of the subject Control Electronics (REB) passed by the student in the batchelor studies is presumpted. This subject gives a broader view on logic systems and their theoretical base (e. g. the morelevel logic and its advantages and disadvantages). A set of themes connected with applications of logic systems in control, in steering of measuring systems, in data acquisition and processing as well as the additional problems like the rise and suppression of disturbance will be discussed. To these themes belong also the design of non-standard logic elements and circuits, the problematics of coding and its use for the safety of data tramission and data storing, the use of the large-scale integration circuits like there are the semiconductor memories, programmable logic arrays and their programming and the auxiliary circuits for microprocessors.
 
Machine Learning MSTU 26P - 26 winter semester Ac,Ex UAMT 5
Ing. Petr Honzík, Ph.D.
The field of machine learning is concerned with the question of how to construct computer programs that automatically improve with experience. The goal of the subject is to present the key algorithms and theory that form the core of machine learning. Machine learning is mathematical-logical base in many fields including artificial intelligence, pattern recognition or data mining. The main attention is given on classification and optimization tasks.
 
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).
 
Matrices and tensors calculus MMAT 26P - 18 - 8 summer semester Ac,Ex UMAT 5
doc. RNDr. Martin Kovár, Ph.D.
Definition of matrix. Fundamental notions. Equality and inequality of matrices. Transposition of matrices. Special kinds of matrices. Determinant, basic attributes. Basic operations with matrices. Special types of matrices. Linear dependence and indenpendence. Order and degree of matrices. Inverse matrix.
Solutions of linear algebraic equations. Linear and quadratic forms. Spectral attributes of matrices, eigen-value, eigen-vectors and characteristic equation. Linear space, dimension. báze. Linear transform of coordinates of vector.
Covariant and contravariant coordinates of vectors and their transformations. Definition of tensor. Covariant, contravariant and mixed tensor. Operation on tensors. Sum of tensors. Product of tensor and real number. Restriction of tensors. Symmetry and antisymmetry of tensors.
 
Measurement in no-el. Quantities. MMNV 26P - 26 winter semester Ac,Ex UAMT 5
doc. Ing. Ludvík Bejček, CSc.
The course focuses on methods and methodology for measuring the basic values ​​especially in industrial practice. Knowledge of the principles of sensors (MSNV).
Terminology, measuring chain. Methods of reducing the error sensors. Description of the variables. Use in automation and robotics. Standardization of basic variables. Advantages of measuring non-electrical quantities electrical methods. Measurement of the position and dimensions. Velocity and acceleration. Measurement of forces and weight. Measurement of pressure and torque. Deformations. Non-contact measurement of temperature, heat and heat flow. Measurement ray radiation. Measurement of flow and level. Measurement of moisture. Measurement of the force and weight. Measurement of viscosity and density. Measuring the composition of substances and air quality. Measurement of optical and fiber sensors. The basic concept of the meter and system. Sensor Science.
 
Microelectronics in English MMEN 26P winter semester ClAc UMEL 3
prof. Ing. Jaromír Brzobohatý, CSc.
Basic terminology of the university life. Reading mathematical symbols and expressions.
Terminology of basic electricity, circuits, fields, signals, laws and theorems.
Fundamentals of semiconductor physics, PN junction. Diodes and transistors. Analog integrated circuits. Digital integrated circuits. Semiconductor memories. Microprocessors.
Technology of microelectronics, materials, structures.
State of art and perspectives of microelectronics.
Microelectronics terminology at conferences, presentations, discussions, examinations, in publications and report writing.
 
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).
 
Modelling and Identification MMID 26P - 26 winter semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
doc. Ing. Petr Blaha, Ph.D.
The subject is oriented on:
- identification methods of dynamic systems
- approaches towards nonparametric and parametric identification
- on-line and off-line identification
- spectral estimation, assessment of noise and disturbance influence on identification results
 
Modern Numerical Methods MMNM 39P - 13 summer semester Ac,Ex UMAT 5
doc. RNDr. Jaromír Baštinec, CSc.
The course deals with some numerical methods that are used to find the numerical solution of the problem that we can not or are not able to solve analytically. All methods are correctly implemented and in most cases proved. Therefore, the first we focus on the theory of errors introduced in terms of metrics and standards and their relationships. Furthermore, we discuss proceeds with Banach fixed point theorem, which is the basis of a number of numerical methods. Explanation of its action is carried out on systems of linear algebraic equations. The interpretation starts from the finite methods and iterative solution methods. Similarly, we discuss the solution of nonlinear equations, algebraic equations and their systems. We also deal with eigenvalues of the matrix and with the search for solutions to the initial and boundary value problems for ordinary differential equations and their systems and also for partial differential equations. For each numerical methods are included that guarantee convergence of the method.
 
Nanotechnology MNAN 26P - 13 - 6L - 7 summer semester Ac,Ex UFYZ 6
prof. RNDr. Pavel Tománek, CSc.
The course focuses on modern aspects of Nanotechnology - its prinicples and applications. The stress is put on the understanding of fundamental nanostructures and various interaction in the near-field (force, optical, electric, magnetic, thermal,and others). Application of nanotechnology: Chemical and material synthesis. Design and fabrication of nanostructures (force, optical, electric, magnetic, thermal,and others). Second part of topic is oriented to computer nanotechnology, detection and localization of nanostructures. Students actively prepare and present topics related to aplication potential of nanotechnology (nanoelectronics, metamaterials, nanophotonics) in modern world.
 
Operating Sytems and Networks MOSS 26P - 26 winter semester Ac,Ex UAMT 5
Ing. Tomáš Macho, Ph.D.
First part of the subject deal witch the fundamental principles of the operating systems, process management, thread management, interprocess communication, process and thread synchronization, memory management, file systems, operating system structures and virtualization. Second part of the subject concerned with computer network. Students obtain information about network protocols and standard as Ethernet, IEEE 802.1Q VLAN, PoE, TCP/IP, HTTP, SMTP, operation of DNS and DHCP and IP routing. Special attention is given on new IPv6 protocol.
 
Optimalization of controllers MOPR 26P - 26 winter semester Ac,Ex UAMT 5
prof. Ing. Petr Pivoňka, CSc.
The course is focused on modern methods of analysis and design of control systems. In the centre of interest are adaptive systems, design of optimal control, predictive controllers and using artificial intelligence in control algorithms.
 
Optoelectical sensors MOES 39P - 26L winter semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
doc. Ing. Ludvík Bejček, CSc.
Introduction, specification of signals. Development, simultaneity and future.
Light transmision. Light guide and using. Sources, sensors and amplifiers of light signals. Optoelectrical components. Optical sensors. Measurement of physical value. Methods of measure.
The basic concept of OVS and meters, cutting, principles, structure and application examples.Measure systems for data acquisition and postprocessing, sensors systems and local net.
Aplication out of measure technic.
 
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.
 
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doc. Ing. Petr Baxant, Ph.D.
The course is taught in english and focuses mainly basic information on electrical power engineering. The focus is on gradual acquisition of english terminology, from basic mathematical formulation and pronunciation math formulas, variables, mathematical notation to specialized topics such as the nuclear power industry. Students will learn about the early history of electricity, the major personalities, who were at the start of the first power plants and electrical energy systems. They will learn how the works systems of generation, transmission and distribution as part of electric power transmission systems in the Czech Republic, but also on an european scale. Some lectures are focused to problems with production of electricity in nuclear power stations, concept of modern nuclear facilities, spent fuel management. Furthermore, there are presented information from the field usage of electricity for lighting and heating systems. Other parts are topics devoted to alternative and renewable energy sources.
 
Probability,statistics,operations research MPSO 26P - 18 - 8 winter semester Ex UMAT 5
doc. RNDr. Jaromír Baštinec, CSc.
The course focuses on consolidating and expanding students' knowledge of probability theory, mathematical statistics and theory of selected methods of operations research. Thus it begins with a thorough and correct introduction of probability and its basic properties. Then we define a random variable, its numerical characteristics and distribution. On this basis we then build descriptive statistics and statistical hypothesis testing problem, the choice of the appropriate test and explanation of conclusions and findings of tests. In operational research we discuss linear programming and its geometric and algebraic solutions, transportation and assignment problem, and an overview of the dynamic and probabilistic programming methods and inventories. In this section the illustrative examples are taken primarily from economics.
 
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prof. Ing. František Zezulka, CSc.
The course MAUP is designed for students of second year of graduate studies. It is the last year of university studies and course graduates of MAUP after its completion are to join the development and programming teams to be ready for design and implementation of industrial control systems. The basic pillars of this work is the specification of the electrical components of the technological process, specification of input and output signals, control system design, a price quotation for the user, creating a PLC program, the creation of programs for control and visualization (SCADA / HMI), the design of industrial communication networks and the creation of application of MES system. For these activities must be responsible person able to create a timetable. Theoretical underpinnings is the knowledge of mathematical modeling of complex technological systems, model verification, modeling and numerical aspects of functional safety (IEC 61508 standard and related)
 
Professional Practice MXMK 80PP summer semester Ac UAMT 0
Ing. Soňa Šedivá, Ph.D.
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Ing. Martin Jílek
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 Feasibility Study,
 Work Breakdown Structure,
 Network Analysis (Gantt Chart, arrow and precedence diagram),
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 Operatiational leading implementation of projects,
 Change management in projects,
 Crisis management in projects,
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Robotics MRBT 26P - 26L summer semester Ac,Ex UAMT 5
prof. Ing. Luděk Žalud, Ph.D.
Basic components of industrial robots. Kinematic chains. Inverse kinematics. Singularities. Dynamics. Equations of motion. Path planning. Robot control.
Elements of mobile robots. Models of mobile robots. Sensoric systems of mobile robots. Self localization and navigation. Man-machine interface, telepresence. AI in robotics.
Non-traditional actuators in mobile robotics.
 
Robust and algebraic control MRAL 26P - 14 - 12 summer semester Ac,Ex UAMT 5
doc. Ing. Petr Blaha, Ph.D.
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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.
 
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doc. Ing. Pavel Kaláb, CSc.
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
 
Semestral Project 1 MM1K 26 summer semester Ac UAMT 2
doc. Ing. Václav Jirsík, CSc.
The student elaborates an introduction part of individual technical project The theme of which is choosen from the offer of the Branch Departments. The theme is allocated according to the valid academic rules.
 
Semestral Project 2 MM2K 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 diploma´s thesis. After defense of the project, it can continue as a final diploma's thesis.
 
Sensors of nonelectrical Quantity MSNV 39P - 26L winter semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
doc. Ing. Ludvík Bejček, CSc.
The course presents to studnets basic sensor principles, concepts and procedures of the non-electrical quantities measurements. It presents the specific problems of the non-electrical quantities measurements on the real industry problems and compare them with electrical quantities measurements. Also the optical and optical fibre sensors and measurement techniques, data acquisition, process and evaluation are preseneted.
 
Smart and Semiconductor Sensors MIPS 26P - 26L winter semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
doc. Ing. Petr Beneš, Ph.D.
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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
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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.
 
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Ing. Radim Číž, Ph.D.
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Theory of Dynamic Systems MTDS 39P - 12 - 12 - 2 winter semester Ac,Ex UAMT 6
doc. Ing. Petr Blaha, Ph.D.
System approach for solving technical problems. Cybernetics and system science .I/O and state space approach to the analysis and design of dynamic systems. Continuous,discrete, linear, non linear,time constant and time variable systems. Controlability and observability. State recontructors. Deterministic and stochastic systems. Algebraic approach. SISO and MIMO systems. Parameter estimation in closed loop. System robustness, sesitivity analysis, basics of algebraic approach towards controller design for dynamic systems.
 

8. Work experience

A two-week work experience is carried out in companies operating in the sector of electrical and electronic industry in the Czech Republic and abroad. Students arrange this work experience individually or they can ask their Study Council for organizational help (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 master’s degree programme at FEEC BUT. Work experience is acknowledged at the end of the final year of the master’s degree programme after a written confirmation of its completion is submitted.

9. Final state examination

The state final examination consists of:
- presentation and defence of the thesis in front of the state final examination commission,
- oral examination in “Modern Control Theory, Electronic Measurement Technology, Sensors and Measurement of Non-electrical Quantities, Automation of Processes and Technologies, Artificial Intelligence, Operation and System Analysis” which comprises selected topics from compulsory courses in M-KAM,
- oral examination in “Robotics, Modelling and Identification” which comprises selected topics from optional courses in M-KAM and is compiled by the students according to optional courses they have completed during their study.
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 thesis, submitted the thesis in due date prescribed in the academic year schedule, and earned the number of credits with a prescribed structure required to conclude the master’s degree programme. The terms and publication of the topics for thesis are defined by M-KAM Subject Council. The organization and course of the state final examination are specified by the supplementary Directive of the Dean regarding the final state examination and by particular instructions of M-KAM Study Council.