The Department of Electrotechnology is responsible for the PhD study program in Electrotechnology and Materials. The department carries out research in materials for electrical engineering, in production technology and comprehensive quality control in power electrical engineering, and in diagnostics of electronics and power electronics components and systems. The department is equipped with a specialized laboratory for measuring solar cells and modules, and with a special laboratory for testing the EMC of power systems. The department engages in long-term cooperation with numerous universities abroad, e.g. with TU Dresden in the feld of lead-free soldering and electrically conductive adhesive joining and with Aalborg University, Denmark in photovoltaics. It also has very good working relationships with some Institutes of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
The graduate of PhD. study on department of electrotechnology is able to solve scientific and complex engineering tasks in the field of electrotechnology. The graduate has high theoretical knowledge on general level and specialized knowledge in a narrow area where his dissertation work was focused. Given the breadth of theoretical education, graduates are able to adapt to the requirements of real life applications in both basic and applied research. PhD graduates may easily become specialists in all fields of microelectronics and technology. They are able to work as scientists and researchers as well as managers in basic or applied research. Graduates may work as specialized professionals in design and construction in various research and development institutions, electrical manufacturing companies or to become skilled users of complex electrical systems and devices, while they will be able to creatively use modern technology.
|Applications start||30th November 2016|
|Applications end||30th April 2017|
|Start of study:||1st October 2018|
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