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Rozvoj ústavu radioelektroniky je podporován projektem "Advanced Communication Systems and Technologies" (reg. č. 230126) Sedmého rámcového programu EU.

Study

The Department of Radio Electronics (DREL) provides education in field of Electronics and Communication technique. This is a wide area that includes electronic analog, pulse and digital circuits and systems, TV and video techniques, high-frequency and microwave techniques, antennas and theory of electromagnetic field, signal processing, wireless communications and electromagnetic compatibility.

Study on DREL is divided into three periods. First three years are more practical and represent Bachelor study. Graduates of the bachelor study obtain the title Bachelor (in abbreviation Bc.). The Bachelor Study Program "Electronics and Communication Technique" is a shorter form of university education oriented to a more practical technical profile of the graduates. Following two years of Master study program are dedicated to theoretical study of more complex problems. Successful students obtain title Engineer (in abbreviation Ing.). Last three years of the study are dedicated to scientific preparation of students in Doctoral study programs. After successful defence, the students obtain the title Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.).



Bachelor study program

Graduates are academically educated, operational engineers with knowledge of designing, construction, operation and application use of electronic circuits and systems in various fields of weak-current electronics and communication techniques. Students are educated in the three-year bachelor study program Electrical, Electronic, Communication and Control Technology with specialization of Electronics and Communication (BC-EST).

Studies in bachelor study program take three years. Studies are practially, rather than theoretically oriented and form the first stage of a master study program. Studies are concluded by Bc thesis defence and by passing the final state examination.

Broad offer of departmental subjects with the technical projects and Bachelor thesis allow students to specialize in fields of radio electronics, mobile communications, electronic equipments, audio and video techniques, analog and digital multimedia signal processing or medical diagnostics and prosthetic techniques. Students acquire coherent knowledge of telecommunication technique and applied informatics. They can extend their knowledge by attending subjects from other Bachelor study programs and have chance to learn languages, attend economics, manager and ecologic subjects.

Detailed information for bachelor students.



Master study program

Studies in Master study program Electrical, Electronic, Communication and Control Technology with specialization of Electronics and Communication (MN-EST) take two years. The degree awarded is Engineer (Ing.). Graduate students are engineers with a wide knowledge of designing, construction, operation and application use of electronic circuits and systems in various fields of weak-current electronics and communication techniques.

Master study specialization MN-EST can be started after previous successful graduation in Bachelor study program.

Detailed information for master students.



Doctoral study program

Doctoral study program "Electronics and communication techniques" (D-EST) is aimed at upbringing senior scientific employees that are able to develop fully new electronic devices, improve methods for signal processing, etc. on the basis gained by deep theoretical knowledge. Graduates find their place in experimental, research and development (R & D) centers, in academy and science institutions. Doctoral study program graduates are also very successful abroad.

Doctoral study program D-EST can be started after previous successful graduation in Master study program. It is possible to study Doctoral study program from three to seven years.

Students concerned about doctoral study program apply always for a specific dissertation topic whose successful defence concludes the study.

Information for doctoral students.