Mathematical Engineering

Abbreviation: M-MAI

Acad. year: 2019/2020

Programme: Applied Sciences in Engineering

Type of study: full-time

Standard length of study: 2 years

Qualification awarded: Ing.

Profile:

The graduates will acquire more profound knowledge of mathematics and informatics that can be used to deal with sophisticated problems in engineering practice. Thus, in addition to the knowledge of the essential engineering fields acquired with the Bachelor's degree, the graduates will obtain the theoretical background needed for them to attain leading positions in research teams of various engineering specializations.

Key learning outcomes:

The graduates will be equipped with profound knowledge of mathematics and informatics that can be used to deal with sophisticated problems in engineering practice. They will also acquire knowledge of the essential engineering fields, so that the graduates will obtain a good theoretical background needed to solve various engineering problems making efficient use of computers. They will be well equipped to carry out high-level developing and innovating activities in various areas of engineering as well as other areas. This will make it easy for them to find jobs after graduation.

Occupational profiles of graduates with examples:

Thanks to their perfect knowledge of engineering subjects, mathematics, physics, and informatics, the graduates will be asked for in a number of areas. They will find jobs mostly as members of research, development and realization teams in various technical professions (mechanical and electrical engineering, aviation, etc.) and in software companies. A great advantage is orientation in recent computing technologies and perfect analytical thinking. They can also hold high positions in the inspection and management of organisation in both the production and non-production sphere. Their broad mathematical background will help them find jobs in commercial companies as well as in many other areas such as banking, public administration, business, etc.
The best graduates are expected to continue their study in the Doctor's degree programme, Applied Mathematics, offered by this faculty. They can, however, also continue their doctoral studies in any other study area of technical or mathematical orientation at BUT or at any other Czech university or abroad.

Supervisor: prof. RNDr. Josef Šlapal, CSc.

Physical Engineering and Nanotechnology

Abbreviation: M-FIN

Acad. year: 2019/2020

Programme: Applied Sciences in Engineering

Type of study: full-time

Standard length of study: 2 years

Qualification awarded: Ing.

Profile:

This study program is suitable for absolvent of technically-oriented bachelor study programs with extended education in physics and mathematics. The aim of the program is to prepare students to solve scientific problems from the field of applied physics, construction of scientific instruments and engineering experiments in research laboratories and development centers. The subject of the study program is based on lessons from selected fields of modern physics, applied physics and physical principles of metrology. It also includes courses devoted to different experimental procedures and techniques in selected laboratories and applications of computers for modeling, construction and data analysis.

Key learning outcomes:

This study program is suitable for absolvent of technically-oriented bachelor study programs with extended education in physics and mathematics. The aim of the program is to prepare students to solve scientific problems from the field of applied physics, construction of scientific instruments and engineering experiments in research laboratories and development centers. The subject of the study program is based on lessons from selected fields of modern physics, applied physics and physical principles of metrology. It also includes courses devoted to different experimental procedures and techniques in selected laboratories and applications of computers for modeling, construction and data analysis.

Occupational profiles graduates with examples

The graduates are oriented to the application of optoelectronics in the design of devices and instruments, to qualified usage of optical method in metrology, to the use of new technologies and nanotechnologies and corresponding devices for the surface modification for various purposes, to the use of computers for the design and for scientific calculations. Knowledge of physics and mathematics enables the graduates to work in various engineering areas. During their work on diploma project the students acquire practical experience either in engineering optics or in physics of surfaces and thin films. In engineering optics the student gains theoretical and experimental knowledge of optoelectronics, of sources, propagation and detection of light, of lasers, and of optical elements and systems. He also gets practice in application of general physical principles of measurement and of optical methods and instruments. The study of physics of surfaces and thin films is oriented to technology and analysis of thin films and coatings over materials used in various scientific and industrial disciplines. The student gains theoretical and experimental knowledge of vacuum physics, of sources, optics, and detection of particles. He also gets practice in production of nanostructures and in investigation of their properties. Creative work in modern laboratories is an important part of the study.

Successful and scientifically oriented MSc. graduates in this specialization can continue their studies in the three-years doctoral study programe quot Physical and Material Engineeringquot and acquire the PhD. degree.

Supervisor: prof. RNDr. Tomáš Šikola, CSc.

Precise Mechanics and Optics

Abbreviation: M-PMO

Acad. year: 2019/2020

Programme: Applied Sciences in Engineering

Length of Study: 2 years

Type of study: full-time

Qualification awarded: Ing.

Profile:

The aim of this study program is to provide absolvent of bachelor study programs (preferably of mechanical engineering) with knowledge from the field of fine mechanics and optics. On these fields are based the modern scientific instruments and biomedical equipments, moreover these fields are considerably involved in creation and development of automated systems. The subjects of the study program are devoted to deepening the knowledge in physics, especially in photonics and particle optics. They also include courses devoted to construction, realization and application of high-tech devices used in the presented fields.

Key learning outcomes:

The aim of this study program is to provide absolvent of bachelor study programs (preferably of mechanical engineering) with knowledge from the field of fine mechanics and optics. On these fields are based the modern scientific instruments and biomedical equipments, moreover these fields are considerably involved in creation and development of automated systems. The subjects of the study program are devoted to deepening the knowledge in physics, especially in photonics and particle optics. They also include courses devoted to construction, realization and application of high-tech devices used in the presented fields.

Occupational profiles of graduates with examples:

The graduates can prove themselves:

  • at companies engaged in development, design and production of optical and measuring instruments and devices
  • at research and development laboratories
  • at biomedical positions
  • at laboratories testing the products quality working in frame of enterprises or public utilities
  • at facilities monitoring living environment
  • at facilities, where automated data analysis and processing is required


Successful and scientifically oriented MSc. graduates in this specialization can continue their studies in the four-years doctoral study programe Physical and Materials Engineering and acquire the PhD degree.

Supervisor: prof. RNDr. Radim Chmelík, Ph.D.

Program taught in:
English

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Last updated January 28, 2019
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