Higher Doctorates - since 2003

 

Ing. Pavel Tesárek, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Mechanics
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Alternative use of gypsum in building industry
Ing. Iva Broukalová, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Concrete and Masonry Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Structural Application of Fibre Reinforced Concretes
Ing. Jiří Maděra, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Materials Engineering and Chemistry
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Computational modeling of moisture and temperature induced damage of building materials
Ing. arch. Jaroslav Daďa
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Architecture
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Architecture and Building Engineering
Theme: New buildings in the historical surroundings of Prague in the 20th century
Ing. Radoslav Sovják, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Experimental Centre
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Response of high-performance cementitious composites to projectile impact
Ing. Martin Lidmila, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Railway Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Possibilities for the usage of recycled materials in railway trackbed
Dr. Ing. Ivana Kabelková
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Sanitary and Ecological Engineering
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Water Management and Water Structures
Theme: Municipal wastewater: from treatment to resource recovery
Ing. Pavel Padevět, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Mechanics
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Measurement of mechanical properties of solid building materials
Ing. arch. Jindřich Svatoš
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Architecture
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Architecture and Building Engineering
Theme: The Creative Process of Forming an Architectural Idea
Ing. Jan Pacina, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Geomatics
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Geodesy and Cartography
Theme: The usage of remotely sensed spatial data for landscape modelling and change detection
Ing. arch. Zdeněk Lukeš
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Architecture
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Architecture and Building Engineering
Theme: Emil Králíček - Rediscovered Master of Art Nouveau and Cubism
Ing. Michal Jandera, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Steel and Timber Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Slender section beams in fire
Ing. Tomáš Bayer, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Geomatics
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Geodesy and Cartography
Theme: Estimation of the Cartographic Projection and its Application in Geoinformatics
Ing. arch. Lenka Popelová, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Architecture
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Architecture and Building Engineering
Theme: Research of the Czech architecture of the 1960s in our country and its specific features
Ing. Jan Záleský, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Geotechnics
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Prague Castle - Monitoring of stability of historical buildings
Ing. Rudolf Urban, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Special Geodesy
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Geodesy and Cartography
Theme: Short-term and long-term monitoring deflection of bridge construction
Ing. Jan Vorel, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Mechanics
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Calibration and Validation of Material Models for Concrete
Ing. arch. Luboš Knytl
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Architecture
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Architecture and Building Engineering
Theme: Form - function - structure ... and idea
Ing. Martin Keppert, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Materials Engineering and Chemistry
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Pore size distribution of Building materials - characterisation and importance
Ing. Eva Vejmelková, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Materials Engineering and Chemistry
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Lime based plasters with pozzolanic admixture
Ing. Miroslav Sedláček, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Economics and Management in Civil Engineering
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Management and Economics in the Building Industry
Theme: Innovative Approaches to utilise a very Small Water Resources
Ing. Alena Vimmrová, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Materials Engineering and Chemistry
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Methods for preparation of lightweight gypsum based materials
Ing. arch. Karel Hájek, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Architecture
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Architecture and Building Engineering
Theme: Contemporary architectural and urban trends in design intermodal terminals of public transport
Ing. Jiří Pazderka, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Building Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: New technical solutions for rehabilitation of ground part of moist buildings
Ing. arch. Petr Durdík
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Urban Design, Town and Regional Planning
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Architecture and Building Engineering
Theme: Future development possibilities of the capital city of Prague
Ing. Miroslav Sýkora, Ph.D.
Departments: Klokner Institute of the CTU
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Probabilistic methods for assessment of existing structures
Ing. arch. Ing. Petr Šikola, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Architecture
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Architecture and Building Engineering
Theme: Architectural scale
Ing. Michal Dohnal, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Hydraulics and Hydrology
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Water Management and Water Structures
Theme: Evaluation of infiltration properties of soil surface
Ing. arch. Milan Šourek
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Architecture
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Architecture and Building Engineering
Theme: From functional areas towards metropolitan structures: Public space in sustainable development context
RNDr. Anton Trník, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Materials Engineering and Chemistry
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Measurement of the linear thermal expansion coefficient of concretes at high temperatures: A comparison of isothermal and non-isothermal method
Ing. Pavel Ryjáček, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Steel and Timber Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Modern technologies for the erection of steel bridges
Ing. Martina Eliášová, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Steel and Timber Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Glass - material for load-bearing structures
Ing. Marek Foglar, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Concrete and Masonry Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Performance of reinforced concrete and fibre reinforced concrete elements subjected to blast loading
Ing. Jiří Cajthaml, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Mapping and Cartography
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Geodesy and Cartography
Theme: Historical Landscape and Extinct Villages Reconstruction
Ing. David Stránský, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Sanitary and Ecological Engineering
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Water Management and Water Structures
Theme: Recent trends in sustainable storm water management in urbanized areas
Dr. Ing. Jakub Dolejš
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Steel and Timber Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: High strength steels for engineering structures
Ing. Josef Křeček, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Hydraulics and Hydrology
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Water Management and Water Structures
Theme: Paleohydrology and historical hydrology
Ing. Jana Valentová, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Irrigation, Drainage and Landscape Engineering
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Water Management and Water Structures
Theme: Impact of urban development and flood control measures on flood flow conditions
Ing. Matěj Lepš, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Mechanics
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Evolutionary Optimization Methods and Their Applications in Civil Engineering
Ing. arch., Ing. Zuzana Pešková, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Architecture
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Architecture and Building Engineering
Theme: Evaluation of the Historic Core of Czech Villages
Ing. Dana Měšťanová, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Economics and Management in Civil Engineering
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Management and Economics in the Building Industry
Theme: New approaches in the preparation and implementation of highway construction
Mgr. Jana Nábělková, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Sanitary and Ecological Engineering
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Water Management and Water Structures
Theme: Heavy Metals Analysis in Sediments of Watercourses
Ing. Renáta Schneiderová Heralová, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Economics and Management in Civil Engineering
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Management and Economics in the Building Industry
Theme: Life cycle cost in construction investment preparation
Ing. Lukáš Vráblík, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Concrete and Masonry Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: The question of long-term prestress losses *)
Ing. Tomáš Čejka, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Building Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Determination of residual carrying capacity of historic buildings
Ing. Martin Novák, CSc.
Departments: SCIA CZ s.r.o. Praha
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Creation of Structural Analysis Model in the Environment of BIM
Ing. Michal Kabrhel, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Microenvironmental and Building Services Engineering
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Thermal Energy Storage
Ing. Martin Šanda, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Irrigation, Drainage and Landscape Engineering
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Water Management and Water Structures
Theme: Environmental tracers in experimental hydrology
Ing. Jiří Litoš, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Experimental Centre
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Experimental investigations of structures
Ing. Michal Sněhota, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Irrigation, Drainage and Landscape Engineering
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Water Management and Water Structures
Theme: Non-invasive visualization methods for investigation of water flow and solute transport in porous media
Ing. Josef Krása, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Irrigation, Drainage and Landscape Engineering
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Water Management and Water Structures
Theme: Geoinformatics versus Water and Landscape Engineering
Ing. Natalino Gattesco
Departments: Department of Architectural and Urban Design, University of Trieste, Italy
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: New Materials for the Rehabilitation of Cultural Heritage
Ing. Jitka Vašková, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Concrete and Masonry Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Failure mode of bended concrete members
Ing. Milena Pavlíková, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Materials Engineering and Chemistry
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Application of Infrared Spectroscopy in Building Materials Analysis
Ing. Pavel Trtík, Ph.D.
Departments: EMPA Materials Science and Technology, Dübendorf, Switzerland
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Use of synchrotron radiation and focused ion beams for investigation of microstructure of cement pastes
Ing. Zita Prostějovská, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Economics and Management in Civil Engineering
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Management and Economics in the Building Industry
Theme: The New Housing Market and its Specifics in Capital City Prague
Ing. Bohumil Šťastný, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Sanitary and Ecological Engineering
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Water Management and Water Structures
Theme: Swimming Pools Water Treatment
Dr. Ing. Pavel Fošumpaur
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Hydraulic Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Water Management and Water Structures
Theme: Combination of Numerical and Physical Modelling in Hydraulic Engineering Research
RNDr. Jan Chleboun, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Mathematics
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Applied Mathematics
Theme: The Worst Scenario Method as an Essential Part of Various Approaches to Solving Problems with Uncertain Input Data
Ing. Zbyšek Pavlík, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Materials Engineering and Chemistry
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Methods for Determination of Moisture Content of Porous Building Materials
Ing. Aleš Tomek, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Economics and Management in Civil Engineering
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Management and Economics in the Building Industry
Theme: International Construction Procurement Systems - Mitigation of Risks
Ing. Jiří Němeček, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Mechanics
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Principals of Nanoindentation on Heterogeneous Systems
Ing. Daniel Macek, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Economics and Management in Civil Engineering
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Management and Economics in the Building Industry
Theme: Technical-economic Software Buildpass for Properties Renovation and Maintenance
Ing. Jaroslav Pollert, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Sanitary and Ecological Engineering
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Water Management and Water Structures
Theme: Mathematical Modelling of Obstacles in Sewer System
Ing. Vladimír Žďára, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Building Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Integrated Design of Low-energy and Passive Buildings
Ing. Martin Štroner, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Special Geodesy
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Geodesy and Cartography
Theme: Analysis of the Systematic Errors of the Scanning Surfaces with Nonzero Curvature
Ing. Vít Šmilauer, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Mechanics
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Micromechanical Analysis of Silicate Materials
Ing. Jan Zeman, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Mechanics
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Homogenization of Heterogeneous Materials with Random Geometry
doc. Ing. Jan Krňanský, CSc.
Departments: TU Liberec
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Diffusion - Opened Facade Walls of Wooden Buildings
Ing. Matouš Hilar, M.Sc., Ph.D., C.Eng., M.I.C.E.
Departments: D2 Consult Prague, s.r.o.
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Options of Tunnel Construction in Stiff Clays
Ing. Pavel Vlasák, DrSc.
Departments: Academy of Sciences of the CR
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Water Management and Water Structures
Theme: Laminar, Transitional and Turbulent Flow of Fine-grained Slurries in Pipelines
Ing. Ludvík Vébr, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Road Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Principles of Traffic Calming Design on Urban Roads (15 Years of Development in the Czech Republic)
Ing. Jiří Kolísko, Ph.D.
Departments: Klokner Institute of the CTU
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Influence of Short Randomly Distributed Polypropylene Micro and Macro Fibres on Properties of Cement Mortars and Concrete
Ing. Otakar Vacín, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Road Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: New characteristics of asphalt binders
Ing. Pavel Švejda, CSc., FEng.
Departments: AIP of The CR
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Management and Economics in the Building Industry
Theme: Innovative Potential of the CR
Dr. Ing. Tomáš Dostál
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Irrigation, Drainage and Landscape Engineering
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Water Management and Water Structures
Theme: Principles of Revitalization of Small Streams
Ing. Jan Pašek, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Building Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Reliability and Durability of External Thermal Insulating Composite Systems Applied to Claddings of Prefabricated Panel Buildings
Ing. František Kulhánek, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Building Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Complex Analysis of Light Sandwich Panels External Thermo-Insulation Contact System (ETICS)
Ing. Roman Vávra, Ph.D.
Departments: Metrostav a.s. Praha a Department of Building Materials of the FCE CTU in Prague
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Experience with Elimination of Most Common Construction-Physical Defects of Newly Constructed Swimming Pools
Ing. Petr Štemberk, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Concrete and Masonry Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Modeling of Concrete at Very Early Age
PhDr. Jana Šafránková, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Social Sciences
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Management and Economics in the Building Industry
Theme: Education Construction Engineers
Ing. Jan Kaňka, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Building Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Day Lighting Requirements and Methods of their Attestation
RNDr. Dana Komínková, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Sanitary and Ecological Engineering
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Water Management and Water Structures
Theme: Water Framework Directive and its Relation to Urban Drainage
Ing. Petr Semerák, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Physics
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Determining of Non-electric Parameters of Building Materials by Electric Methods
Ing. Jana Marková, Ph.D.
Departments: Klokner Institute CTU in Prague
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Assessment of existing structures
Ing. Jana Frková, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Economics and Management in Civil Engineering
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Management and Economics in the Building Industry
Theme: Small and Medium-sized Enterprising (SMEs) in the Czech Republic after Accession to the EU - Threats and Opportunities
Ing. Petr Dlask, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Economics and Management in Civil Engineering
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Management and Economics in the Building Industry
Theme: Using of Modified Dynamic Model (MDM) for strategy development verification
RNDr. Vítězslav Vydra, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Physics
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Determination of Fracture Energy of Concrete
doc. RNDr. Ing. Jaroslav Klvaňa, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Applied Informatics
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Management and Economics in the Building Industry
Theme: Principles and Applications of Monte Carlo Method
Ing. Eva Burgetová, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Building Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Analysis of Rehabilitation Methods for Raising Damp in Masonry
Dr. Ing. Karel Pavelka
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Mapping and Cartography
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Geodesy and Cartography
Theme: Laser Scanning - a New Technology for Spatial Data Collecting
Ing. Aleš Havlík, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Hydraulics and Hydrology
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Water Management and Water Structures
Theme: Method of the Estimating of the Peak Flow Rate During Floods Using the Hydraulic Calculation Procedures
Ing. Václav Matoušek, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Marine Technology, Delft University of Technology, Delft
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Water Management and Water Structures
Theme: Hydraulic Transport of Settling Slurries in Pipelines - Practical Application and Optimization of Pipeline Operation
Ing. Jaroslav Kruis, Ph.D.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Mechanics
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Schur Complement Method
Ing. Dalibor Vytlačil, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Applied Informatics
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Design of Building Structure Parameters by Means of Theory of Tolerances
Dr. Ing. Luboš Podolka
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Concrete and Masonry Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Strengthening Concrete Structures - Examples
Dr. Ing. Zbyněk Svoboda
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Building Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: The hygrothermal behaviour of building construction with a ventilated air layer
Ing. Michal Toman, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Hydrotechnics
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Water Management and Water Structures
Theme: Knowledge Management in Water Management - Knowledge Interconnecting and Sharing with their Users-Water Managers
Ing. Martin Jiránek, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Building Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Design and Application of Sub-slab Depressurization Systems in Existing Buildings
Ing. Petr Valenta, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Hydrotechnics
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Water Management and Water Structures
Theme: Numerical Simulation Models in the Flood Protection
Ing. Iva Čiháková, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Sanitary and Ecological Engineering
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Water Management and Water Structures
Theme: Expected Development in the Drinking Water Supply and Distribution in the Czech Republic
Ing. Lena Halounová, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Mapping and Cartography
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Geodesy and Cartography
Theme: Radars in the Remote Sensing - to Describe Floods and Flood Protection
Ing. Helena Špačková, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Railway Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Problems of Tram Transport Noise and its Environmental Impact
Ing. Václav Čada, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Applied Sciences, University of West Bohemia in Plzeň, Department of Mathematics
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Geodesy and Cartography
Theme: Conception of Land Register in the Information Society
Ing. Jiří Šíma, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Applied Science, The University of West Bohemia in Plzeň, Department of Mathematics
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Geodesy and Cartography
Theme: Basic State Map Series at Medium Scales - Production and Maintenance after the Year 2000
Ing. Pavel Svoboda, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Construction Technology
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Technological Procedures Ensuring High Quality of Concrete Constructions and Architectural Design of Structures
Ing. Alena Kohoutková, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Concrete and Masonry Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Long Term Performance of Large-Span Prestressed Concrete Bridges
Ing. Pavel Novák, Ph.D.
Departments: VÚGTK Zdiby
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Geodesy and Cartography
Theme: The determination of the geoid from airborne gravity data
Ing. Jaromír Procházka, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Special Geodesy
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Geodesy and Cartography
Theme: Measuring of Displacements and Deformations of the Historic Buildings by the Geodetic Methods
Ing. Petr Bouška, CSc.
Departments: Klokner Institute CTU in Prague
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Diagnosis of Building Structures
Ing. Šárka Šilarová, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Building Structures
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Theory of Building Structures and Materials
Theme: Designing of Flat One-Cover Roofs from the Standpoint of Heat and Moisture Problems
RNDr. Jiří Demel, CSc.
Departments: Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague, Department of Applied Informatics
Subject Area of Higher Doctorates: Management and Economics in the Building Industry
Theme: Shortest paths and related problems