Detail projektu

INTERACTIVE AND UNIFIED E-BASED EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Projekt EU z programu Leonardo da Vinci. Financováno Evropskou komisí.

Období řešení: 01.11.2002 — 30.04.2005

O projektu

The rapid changes in society and technology have also generated a demand for more flexible engineers having many more qualifications than just a high level of technical or scientific specialisation. The drawback of a pure theoretical approach in undergraduate electrical engineering (EE) curriculum is that there is paid less attention to the phenomena that look up by laboratory experiments and exploration of system components. The result of this, in combination with the rapid development of computer applications, is that hands-on and laboratory experience vanished and computer simulations are getting more and more attention. Using new media and IT-technologies in classroom enables not only make studying more attractive to the student but might make also teaching much easier. Especially in engineering classes complex technical problems have to be presented in a way which is easy to follow and understand. If, additionally, the problem shows dynamic behaviour and/or a very difficult to instructor using only words and static pictures. Many issues focus of distance-learning via the Internet, where typically multi-media rich web pages are offered to the student sitting at home in front of the computer, taking lessons in a certain subject, while keeping contact to other students and teacher via e-mail, chat-rooms, on-line tests, etc. Other issues focus on the style of teaching under the impression of extensive usage of multi-media like video-clips, audio or “slide shows” in the classroom or via distance (internet).

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Označení

CZ/02-134009

Originální jazyk

angličtina

Řešitelé

Hájek Vítězslav, prof. Ing., CSc.
- hlavní řešitel (08.10.2002 - nezadáno)
Aubrecht Vladimír, prof. RNDr., CSc.
- spoluřešitel (01.11.2002 - nezadáno)
Bartl Josef, Ing., CSc.
- spoluřešitel (01.11.2002 - nezadáno)
Kuchyňková Hana, doc. Dr. Ing.
- spoluřešitel (01.11.2002 - 31.12.2005)
Neuwirthová Ludmila, PhDr., Ph.D.
- spoluřešitel (01.11.2002 - nezadáno)
Ondrůšek Čestmír, doc. Ing., CSc.
- spoluřešitel (01.11.2001 - nezadáno)

Útvary

Ústav výkonové elektrotechniky a elektroniky
- příjemce (08.10.2002 - nezadáno)

Zdroje financování

Evropská unie - Leonardo
- plně financující (2002-10-08 - 2005-08-31)
Evropská unie - Leonardo
- plně financující (2002-10-08 - 2005-08-31)

Výsledky

SIKORA, L., HÁJEK, V. Modern methods of current and voltage measuring perfomed by laser techniques. In STUDENT EEICT 2003. Brno: VUT Brno, 2003. p. 200 ( p.)ISBN: 80-214-2379-X.
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Urban, F. Air flow in quenching chamber. In Sborník. Brno: FEKT VUT, 2005. p. 1 ( p.)ISBN: 80-214-2931-3.
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Urban, F., Valenta, J., Tulis, Z., Vaněk, J. Thermal field in MCB. In Sborník. Brno: FEKT VUT, 2005. p. 1 ( p.)ISBN: 80-214-2931-3.
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HÁJEK, V., NETTER, D. New types of Electrical Machines for Automation. neuvedeno. neuvedeno. Košice, Slovak Republic: Mecury-Smékal Košice, 2001. 58 p. ISBN: 80-968550-8-5.
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HÁJEK, V. Elektrická výzbroj vozidel. neuvedeno. neuvedeno. Košice, Slovenská republika: 2001. 35 s. ISBN: 80-89061-40-0.
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HÁJEK, V. Electric Drives for Electric Vehicles. neuvedeno. neuvedeno. Košice, Slovak Republic: Mercury-Smékal, Košice, Slovak republic, 2001. 59 p. ISBN: 80-89061-06-0.
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HÁJEK, V. Elektrické stroje pro elektromobily. neuvedeno. neuvedeno. Košice, Slovak republic: Mercury-Smékal, Košice, Slovak Republic, 2001. 6 s. ISBN: 80-89061-41-9.
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HÁJEK, V. Electric Equipment of Vehicles. neuvedeno. neuvedeno. Košice, Slovak Republic: Mercury-Smékal, Košice, 2001. 36 p. ISBN: 80-89061-00-1.
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