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# Curricula and Syllabi of FNSPE CTU in Prague

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## Aktualizace dat: 28.8.2019

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## Compulsory courses

The Equations of Mathematical Physics01RMF Klika 4+2 z,zk - - 6 -
 Course: The Equations of Mathematical Physics 01RMF doc. Ing. Klika Václav Ph.D. 4+2 Z,ZK - 6 - Abstract: The subject of this course is solving integral equations, theory of generalized functions, classification of partial differential equations, theory of integral transformations, and solution of partial differential equations (boundary value problem for eliptic PDE, mixed boundary problem for eliptic PDE). Outline: 1. Introduction to functional analysis - factor space, Hilbert space, scalar product, orthonormal basis, fourier series, orthogonal polynoms, hermite operators, operator spectrum and its properties, bounded operators, continuous operators, eliptic operators 2. Integral equations - integral operator and its properties, separable kernel of operator, sequential approximation method, iterated degenerate kernel method, Fredholm integral equations, Volterra integral equations. 3. Classification of partial differential equations - definitions, types of PDE, transformations of partial differential equations into normal form, classification of PDE, equations of mathematical physics. 4. Theory of generalized functions - test functions, generalized functions, elementary operations in distributions, generalized functions with positive support, tensor product and convolution, temepered distributions. 5. Theory of integral transformations - classical and generalized Fourier transformation, classical and generalized Laplace transform, applications. 6. Solving differential equations - fundamental solution of operators, solutions of problems of mathematical physics. 7. Boundary value problem for eliptic partial differential equation. 8. Mixed boundary problem for eliptic partial differential equation. Outline (exercises): 1. Hilbert space 2. Linear operators on Hilbert spaces 3. Integral equations 4. Partial differential equations 5. Theory of generalized functions 6. Laplace transform 7. Fourier transform 8. Fundamental solution of operators 9. Equations of mathematical physics 10. Eliptic differential equations 11. Mixed boundary problem Goals: Get acquainted with theory of generalized functions and its application to solving partial differential equations including mixed boundary problem. Requirements: Basic course of Calculus, Linear Algebra and selected topics in mathematical analysis (in the extent of the courses 01MA1, 01MAA2-4, 01LA1, 01LAA2, 01VYMA held at the FNSPE CTU in Prague). Key words: Mathematical methods in physics, distributions, integral transfomations, partial differential equations References Key References: P. Stovícek: Methods of Mathematical Physics : Theory of generalized functions, CVUT, Praha, 2004. (in czech), P. Stovícek: Methods of Mathematical Physics II: Theory of generalized functions II. Integral equations, elliptic operators, CVUT, Praha, 2017. (in czech), V.S. Vladimirov : Equations of Mathematical Physics, Marcel Dekker, New York, 1971 Č. Burdík, O. Navrátil : Rovnice matematické fyziky, Česká technika - nakladatelství ČVUT, 2008 Recommended literature: L. Schwartz - Mathematics for the Physical Sciences, Dover Publication, 2008 I. M. Gel'fand, G. E. Shilov, Generalized Functions. Volume I: Properties and Operations, Birkhäuser Boston, 2004

Numerical Methods 201NME2 Beneš - - 2+0 kz - 2
 Course: Numerical Methods 2 01NME2 prof. Dr. Ing. Beneš Michal - 2+0 KZ - 2 Abstract: The course is devoted to numerical solution of boundary-value problems and intial-boundary-value problems for ordinary and partial differential equations. It explains methods converting boundary-value problems to initial-value problems and finite-difference methods for elliptic, parabolic and first-order hyperbolic partial differential equations. Outline: I.Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations - boundary-value problems 1.Shooting method 2Method of transformation of a boundary-value problem 3.Method of finite differences 4.Solution of non-linear equations II.Numerical solution of partial differential equations of the elliptic type 1.Finite-difference method for linear second-order equations 2.Convergence and the error estimate 3.Method of lines III.Numerical solution of partial differential equations of the parabolic type 1.Method of finite differences for one-dimensional problems 2.Method of finite differences for higher-dimensional problems 3.Method of lines IV.Numerical solution of hyperbolic conservation laws 1.Formulation and properties of hyperbolic conservation laws 2.Simplest finite-difference methods Outline (exercises): Goals: Knowledge: Numerical methods based on transformation of a boundary-value problem to an initial-value problem, finite-difference method for ODE's and PDE's. Skills: Application of given methods in particular examples in physics and engineering including computer implementation and error assessment. Requirements: Basic course of Calculus, Linear Algebra and Ordinary Differential Equations (in the extent of the courses 01MA1, 01MAB2-4, 01LA1, 01LAB2, 12NMET held at the FNSPE CTU in Prague). Key words: Boundary-value problems and initial-boundary-value problems for differential equations, shooting methods, finite-difference methods, energy methods giving properties of numerical schemes, explicit and implicit methods, conservation laws. References Key references: [1] A.A. Samarskij, Theory of Difference Schemes, CRC Press, New York, 2001 [2] J.W. Thomas, Numerical Partial Differential Equations: Finite Difference Methods, Springer Science & Business Media, 2013 [3] R.J. LeVeque, Finite Difference Methods for Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations, Steady State and Time Dependent Problems, SIAM, 2007 [4] R.J. LeVeque, Finite Volume Methods for Hyperbolic Problems, Cambridge University Press, 2002 Recommended references: [5] E. Godlewski a P.-A. Raviart, Numerical approximation of hyperbolic systems of conversation laws, New York, Springer 1996 Media and tools: Computer training room with Windows/Linux and programming languages C, Pascal, Fortran.

Nuclear Physics02ZJF Wagner 3+2 z,zk - - 6 -
 Course: Nuclear Physics 02ZJF RNDr. Wagner Vladimír CSc. 3+2 Z,ZK - 6 - Abstract: This scientific field presents formidable challenges both experimentally and theoretically, simply because we are dealing with the submicroscopic domain, where much of our classical intuition regarding the behaviour of objects fails us. The lecture is a basic introduction to very interesting regions of subatomic physics. Outline: 1.Introduction - basic definitions and historical review 2.Collision kinematics 3.Cross section properties 4.Basic features of atomic nuclei and nuclear forces 5.Nuclear models 6.Radioactive decay of nuclei 7.Experimental techniques of nuclear and particle physics 8.Nuclear reactions 9.Nuclear matter, its study and features 10.Particles and their interactions 11.Unified theories of matter and interactions 12.Applications of nuclear and particle physics, nuclear astrophysics Outline (exercises): Testing knowledge on particular problems from chapters: 1.Introduction - basic definitions and historical review 2.Collision kinematics 3.Cross section properties 4.Basic features of atomic nuclei and nuclear forces 5.Nuclear models 6.Radioactive decay of nuclei 7.Experimental techniques of nuclear and particle physics 8.Nuclear reactions 9.Nuclear matter, its study and features 10.Particles and their interactions 11.Unified theories of matter and interactions 12.Applications of nuclear and particle physics, nuclear astrophysics Goals: Knowledge: Fundamentals of nuclear and subnuclear physics, laws of microworld, understanding of experimental methods at subatomic physics. Skills: Basic understanding and calculations in nuclear and subnuclear physics Requirements: Basic course of physics. Knowledge from classical mechanics, theory of relativity, electricity and magnetisms as well as thermodynamics. Key words: Radioactivity, nuclear decay, nuclear reactions, elementary particles, quarks References Key references: [1] W.S.C. Williams : Nuclear and Particle Physics, Oxford Science Publications, 2001 [2] B. Povh, K. Rith, Ch. Scholz, F. Zetsche: Particles and Nuclei. An Introduction to the Physical Concepts, Springer 2004 Recommended references: [3] Ashok Das, Thomas Ferbel: Introduction to Nuclear and Particle Physics, John Wiley and Sons, 1994 [4] P.E.Hodgson, E Gadioli and E.Gadioli Erba: Introductory Nuclear Physics, Oxford Science Publications, 1997 [5] A. Beiser: Concepts of Modern Physics, McGraw-Hill Companies Date Published, 1995 Media and tools: Lecture room with dataprojector

Quantum Physics02KF Jizba, Šnobl 2+1 z,zk - - 3 -
 Course: Quantum Physics 02KF Ing. Mgr. Jizba Petr Ph.D. 2+1 Z,ZK - 3 - Abstract: State description, wave function, postulates of quantum mechanics, Born´s statistical interpretation, expectation values, Schrödinger equation, Heisenberg uncertainty principle, quantization of angular momentum, solution of simple systems, hydrogen atom. Outline: 1.Experiments leading to the formulation of QM 2.De Broglie's conjecture, Schroedinger's equation 3.Description of states and observables in QM 4.Harmonic oscilator 5.Quantization of angular momentum 6.Particle in spherically symmetric potential. Coulomb field. 7.Mean values of observables and transition probabilities 8.Time evolution of states 9.Particle in the electromagnetic field. Spin 10.Many particle systems, bosons and fermions 11.Quantum tunneling Outline (exercises): Deepening the knowledge by explicit solution of problems related to 1. Schroedinger's equation 2. Description of states and observables in QM 3. Harmonic oscilator 4. Quantization of angular momentum 5. Particle in spherically symmetric potential. Coulomb field. 6. Mean values of observables and transition probabilities 7. Time evolution of states 8. Particle in the electromagnetic field. Spin 9. Many particle systems, bosons and fermions 11. Quantum tunneling Goals: knowledge: essential notions and structures of quantum mechanics, description of simple quantum systems abilities: computation of expectation values of observables and of time evolution Requirements: Knowledge of linear algebra, probability theory, theoretical physics and calculus is expected. Key words: Quantum mechanics, Dirac formalism, harmonic oscillator, multiparticle systems, hydrogen atom References Key references: [1] J. Formánek, Úvod do kvantové teorie, I.+II. díl, (Academie, Praha, 2004) [2] D.J. Griffiths, Introduction to Quantum Mechanics, (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2016) Recommended references: [3] A.Messiah, Quantum Mechanics, Two Volumes Bound as One, (Dover Publications, New York, 1999) [4] J.J.Sakurai and J.J.Napolitano, Modern Quantum Mechanics, Modern Quantum Mechanics, (Pearsony, Harlow, 2013) [5] P.V. Landshoff, A. Metherell, W. G. Rees, Essential Quantum Physics, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2010)

Experimental Neutron Physics17ENF Rataj - - 2+1 kz - 2

Control Systems of Nuclear Reactors17BES Kropík - - 2+0 z,zk - 2
 Course: Control Systems of Nuclear Reactors 17BES doc. Ing. Kropík Martin CSc. - 2+0 Z,ZK - 2 Abstract: Matter of the subject is concentrated on categorization of systems in nuclear power plant according to importance to nuclear safety; next on requirements of different categories of systems and typical instrumentation of research nuclear facilities and nuclear power plants. Attention is given to definition of nuclear safety, single failure criterion and redundancy, common cause failures, independence and diversity; furthermore to qualification of safety systems. At the end, lectures deal with control and safety systems of systems research nuclear facilities. The lectures are completed with visit of the training reactor VR 1 with demonstration of its safety and control system. Outline: 1. Nuclear safety and systems in nuclear facilities, introduction into problematic, introduction of lectures into complete education and relation to other subjects, objectives of the subject; definition of nuclear safety and its use in nuclear facilities, basic approaches to providing of nuclear safety 2. Categorization of systems in nuclear facilities according to IAEA 1; approach of IAEA to categorization of systems in nuclear facilities in accordance of their importance to nuclear safety, requirements on safety (protection) systems and safety related systems - e.g. control systems; defense in depth, single failure criterion, redundancy 3.Categorization of systems in nuclear facilities according to IAEA 1; independence, spatial separation and functional isolation of systems, common cause failures, diversity, control rooms, emergency control rooms, introduction into problematic of use of computers in systems important to nuclear safety 4. Categorization of system in nuclear power plants according to IEC, IEC612226 standard for categorization of systems in nuclear power plants, similarities and differences in comparison to IAEA; categories A, B, C, requirements on their structure, quality and reliability 5. Categorization of systems according to IEEE; American approach to categorization of system according to importance to nuclear safety, systems class 1E a non 1E, similarities and differences in comparison to IAEA and IEC 6. Requirements on protection systems according to German standards KTA; German requirements on protection systems of nuclear facilities according to KTA 3501, specific German requirements on reliability, functionality, diversity, backed-up power supply, signalization; comparison with common European and American standards 7. Requirements on instrumentation and control systems of nuclear power plants; architecture of systems, requirements on instrumentation, nuclear safety guarantee, life cycle of facilities, operation, documentation and licensing according to IEC61513 8. Qualification of systems; standard IEC60780 for qualification of systems, type test, operational experience, analysis; type tests methodology, documentation of operational experience, limitations of system qualification by analysis 9. Safety and control systems of research nuclear facilities; Safety Guide of Czech State Office for Nuclear Safety (SONS), requirements on safety and control systems of research nuclear facilities according to the Safety Guide of SONS, systems structure, redundancy, coincidence logic, diversity, backed-up power supply, signalization, reactivity control 10. Diagnostics of nuclear research facilities; neutron flux measurement - types of neutron chambers, pulse, DC current and Campbell regimes; technical realization, comparison of methods 11. Safety and control system of the VR 1 training reactor; system structure, its components and their importance, assessment of fulfillment of SONS Safety Guide requirements, safety limits, safety function, reactor operation 12. Excursion of VR 1 reactor; visit of safety and control system, human machine interface, system testing, reactor start up, reactor operation, neutron flux measurement, demonstration of safety functions 13. Instrumentation of other research nuclear facilities; instrumentation of LR 15 and LR 0 in NRI Ře6, training reactor in KURRI (Japan), SUR reactor in TU Dresden, reactor TRIGA MARK II in Atominstitut Vienna (Austria), reactor FRM in Garching (Germany) and reactor AGN in Suwon university (Republic of Korea) Outline (exercises): No tutorials, only discussion about required literature and excursion at training reactor VR 1 Goals: Knowledge: detailed knowledge of safety systems of nuclear facilities, their philosophy, robustness against potential problems and failures Abilities: orientation in matter of safety systems, use gained knowledge in other subjects of reactor physics, nuclear power plants and operator?s course during further education Requirements: 17ZAF Key words: nuclear safety, safety systems of nuclear facilities, redundancy, diversity, single failure, common cause failure References Key references: Instrumentation and Control Systéme Important to Safety in Nuclear Power Plants, Safety Guide, NS-G-1.3, IAEA, Vienna, 2002 Recommended references: Nuclear power plants - Instrumentation and control important to safety - Classification of instrumentation and control functions, IEC 61226, 2009 IEEE Standard Criteria for Safety Systems for Nuclear Power Generating Stations -Description, IEEE Std 603-1998 Nuclear power plants - Electrical equipment of the safety system - Qualification, IEC60780, 1998 Media and tools: training reactor VR 1 laboratory

Introduction to Radiation Protection of Nuclear Facilities17URO Starý - - 2+0 kz - 2

Thermohydraulics Design of Nuclear Devices 317THNJ3 Kobylka, Heřmanský 2+1 z,zk - - 3 -

Introduction to Nuclear Reactor Physics 217ZAF2 Frýbort, Frýbortová, Sklenka - - 2+1 z,zk - 3
 Course: Introduction to Nuclear Reactor Physics 2 17ZAF2 doc. Ing. Sklenka Ľubomír Ph.D. - 2+1 Z,ZK - 3 Abstract: Lectures follow up 17ZAF1 and expands application of diffusion theory derived based on Fick's low for diffusion in gases. Analysis of bare homogeneous reactor and homogeneous reactor with reflector is main part of lectures. Three basic geometry are considered in derivation - slab, sphere, cylinder. Students learn to determine spatial distribution of neutron flux for each part (reactor core and reflector) and individual energetic groups, based on critical equation they learn how to calculate critical amount of fissile material or critical dimensions. Possible use of diffusion theory is discussed also for fast reactor and differences between thermal and fast reactors are stressed. Part is addicted to reactor regulation and analysis of control rods. There are also summarized differences between homogeneous and heterogeneous reactors. Outline: 1. Diffusion theory 9 lectures Diffusion equation and boundary condition - neutron flux density, neutron current, Fick's low; diffusion equation of nuclear reactor - slab, sphere, cylinder; power peaking factor, critical equations - one group critical equation, two group critical equation for thermal reactors, modified one group critical equation; reactors with reflector - one group and two group analysis, time dependence diffusion equation; fast reactors, energy dependence of neutron flux 2. Kinetics and dynamics of nuclear reactors 1 lecture Reactor kinetics - long term kinetics, fuel burn up, medium term and short term kinetics; point kinetics; reactor dynamics - temperature reactivity feedback (isotermic, moderator, void and Doppler coefficient of reactivity), influence of temeprature to multiplication factor, temperature dependence of diffusion parametres - diffusion coeficient, diffusion length, Fermi age 3. Slowing down of neutrons 1 lecture Slowing down on hydrogen, slowing down in A>1 mater, spectrum of neutron source, slowing down in isotopes mixtures 4. Control rod 1 lecture Influence of control rod; analysis of central absorption rod - evaluation of design, worth of rod, one group and two group calculation; eccentric rod; ring of control rods; control rod of fast reactor; reactor regulation 5. Heterogenous reactor 1 lecture Quasi-homogeneous reactor, heterogeneous reactor - definition of individual coefficients and multiplication factor in heterogeneous reactor Outline (exercises): Part of course are exercises. Based on study programs, there are six excercises (one per 14 days). Expamples of different application of diffusion theory are solved. Calculations are focused on evalutation of neutron flux distribution in reacotr core or reflector and determination of critical size or critical composition. Metodolgy of calculation is demonstrated also during lectures where the connection to the theory and aplicacion of assumption and boundary conditions is stressed. Goals: Knowledge: deep knowledge of diffusion theory and its application for basic geometry of homogeneous reactor, calculation of reactor with reflector and understanding of difference between homogeneous and heterogeneous reactor Abilities: good overview in problems, ability to criticize used goings and evaluate results with respect to standard neutron physical characteristics of reactor core Requirements: pass 17ZAF1 Key words: diffusion theory, reactor core, reactor with reflector, critical equation, homogeneous reactor, heterogeneous reactor, control rods References Key references: 1. John R. Lamarsh, Anthony J. Baratta, Introduction to Nuclear Engineering, Prentice FRÝBORT, Jan, Lenka HERALTOVÁ a Milan ŠTEFÁNIK. Úvod do reaktorové fyziky: teorie a cvičení. 1. vyd. V Praze: ČVUT, 2013. 120 s. ISBN 978-80-01-05322-5 2. LAMARSH, John R. Introduction to nuclear engineering. 3rd ed. Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall, C2001. xv, 783 s. ISBN 0-201-82498-1.5 3. HEŘMANSKÝ, Bedřich. Jaderné reaktory. Praha: SNTL, 1981. 271 s 4. ZEMAN, Jaroslav. Reaktorová fyzika 1. Dotisk 2. přeprac. vyd. Praha: ČVUT, 2003. 203 s. ISBN 80-01-01933- 0 ZEMAN, Jaroslav. Reaktorová fyzika. 2. Vyd. 3. Praha: ČVUT, 2001. 147 s. ISBN 80-01-02337-0 Recommended references: 1. DOE Fundamentals Handbooks - Nuclear Physics and Reactor Theory, Vol. 1 a Vol. 2 , dostupné online 2. REUSS, Paul. Neutron physics. 1st ed. Les Ulis Cedex: EDP Sciences, 2008. xxvi, 669 s. ISBN 978-2-7598-0041-4

Basics of Electronics17ZEL Kropík 2+2 kz - - 3 -
 Course: Basics of Electronics 17ZEL doc. Ing. Kropík Martin CSc. 2+2 KZ - 3 - Abstract: Lectures provide basic information of electronics. In the beginning, lectures are devoted to passive components - resistors, capacitors, inductors and solution of electrical circuits with them. Next, lectures deal with semiconductor components (standard, Zener, capacitive, LED), bipolar, unipolar transistors and semiconductor components with more layers (thyristors and triacs). Lectures continue with general amplifiers and operational amplifiers. Finally, lectures deal with digital circuits, digital/analog and analog/digital converters. Lectures are completed with electronic laboratory exercises. Outline: 1. Basic phenomena and lows in electricity and magnetism, solution of electric circuits by Ohm and Kirchhoff laws 2. Resistors; their features and use, marking of resistors, varying resistors - potentiometers, trimming resistors, photoresistors, thermistors, etc, printed circuit boards and their use in electronics 3. Capacitors, inductors; features and use, charging and discharging of capacitor and inductors, capacitive and inductive reactance, inductors with iron and ferrite core 4. Solution of circuits with AC (alternating current) - analytical, complex-symbolic methods, Laplace transformation, effective value, Fourier trigonometric series and their use in electronics 5. Semiconductors, PN transistion, diods - standard, Zener, capacitive, PIN diodes, LEDs 6. Bipolar, unipolar transistors, thyristors, triacs, voltage and current power supplies, stabilizers - parallel, serial, switching 7. Amplifiers and operational amplifiers; basic features of amplifiers - amplification, frequency range, noise, distortion, phase characteristics, etc.; operational amplifiers, their features and basic use 8. Digital circuits 1, logical functions, data representation, review of technologies, combinational and sequential circuits 9. Digital circuits 2; digital circuits 74XXX series, examples of combinational and sequential circuits, programmable logical devices 10. Digital/analog and analog/digital converters, principles of function, resolution, accuracy, sample theorem, aplications 11. Training course with basic electronic equipment - multimeters, generators, osciloscopes, power supplies, counter, impedance meters, etc. Basic information about instruments, parameters setting and their checks, measurement of passive electronic components with different equipment 12. Training course focused on semiconductor components - V-A characteristics silicon and germanium diodes, Zener diodes, measurement of bipolar transistors characteristics, measurement of delay time of bipolar and unipolar transistors in linear and saturated regime 13. Measurement of operational amplifiers - amplification, signal range, frequency characteristics for different amplifications, slew rate, etc. Outline (exercises): calculations of circuits complete lectures, electronic training courses (paragraphs 11., 12., 13.) Goals: Knowledge: basic knowledge of passive and active electronic circuits, equipment for measurement and diagnostics in electronics Abilities: apply gained knowledge in practice, be able to design and realize simple analog and digital electronic circuits Requirements: 02ELMA Key words: electronics, analog and digital circuits, semiconductors, operational amplifiers, digital/analog and analog/digital converters References Key references: Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Herbert Frisch, Basic of electronics and elektronic circuits, SNTL, Praha 1987, (in Czech) Recommended references: Doc. Ing. Petr Hiršl, CSc., Basic of electronics, textbook ČVUT in Prague, 1989, (in Czech) Media and tools: electronic laboratory of Department of nucelar reactors for training course in electronics

Detection of radiation17DEZ Miglierini, Tichý 2+1 z,zk - - 3 -

Engineering Mechanics14TM Kunz, Ondráček 2+2 z,zk - - 4 -

Chemistry15CHB Drtinová, Silber - - 3+1 z,zk - 4

Bachelor Thesis 117BPJR12 Kobylka 0+5 z 0+10 z 5 10
 Course: Bachelor Thesis 1 17BPJR1 Ing. Kobylka Dušan Ph.D. 0+5 Z - 5 - Abstract: Subject deals with problematic of officially given theme of bachelor thesis and its defense during state examination that is necessary for completion of bachelor study. The guarantor of the given theme is an advisor that defines literature, checks the progress and ability of work defense, and operatively solves problems of the work. Student individually or with a little help of guarantor or consultant solves given problem. Theme of work is generally selected from the list and is approved by the head of department and the faculty dean. The work is evaluated by one opponent. Contact hours relate to cooperation with the supervisor and are solved according to work needs. The subject is therefore not included in the faculty timetable. Outline: - Outline (exercises): - Goals: Knowledge: a particular field depending on a given project topic Abilities: working unaided on a given task, understanding the problem, producing an original specialist text Requirements: - Key words: bachelor thesis References according to given bachelor thesis topic

 Course: Bachelor Thesis 2 17BPJR2 Ing. Kobylka Dušan Ph.D. - 0+10 Z - 10 Abstract: Subject deals with problematic of officially given theme of bachelor thesis and its defense during state examination that is necessary for completion of bachelor study. The guarantor of the given theme is an advisor that defines literature, checks the progress and ability of work defense, and operatively solves problems of the work. Student individually or with a little help of guarantor or consultant solves given problem. Theme of work is generally selected from the list and is approved by the head of department and the faculty dean. The work is evaluated by one opponent. Contact hours relate to cooperation with the supervisor and are solved according to work needs. The subject is therefore not included in the faculty timetable. Outline: - Outline (exercises): - Goals: Knowledge: a particular field depending on a given project topic Abilities: working unaided on a given task, understanding the problem, producing an original specialist text Requirements: - Key words: bachelor thesis References according to given bachelor thesis topic

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Basics of Nuclear Safety17ZJBE Heřmanský, Heraltová, Kříž 4+0 zk - - 4 -
 Course: Basics of Nuclear Safety 17ZJBE Ing. Frýbortová Lenka Ph.D. / prof. Ing. Heřmanský Bedřich CSc. 4 ZK - 4 - Abstract: Introduction: History and evolution of nuclear power plant safety. Classification of events, incidents, accidents, accident of US NPP TMI-2, accident of Chernobyl NPP. Basics of nuclear safety - legislative approach: safety principles of NPP, legislative frame of nuclear power plant safety, international requirements on NPP safety, defense-in-depth, safety culture, classification of NPP states and criteria of acceptance, safety analysis. Severe accidents of NPP with pressurized water reactors - engineering and physical approach: loss of coolant accident (LOCA), anticipated transient without scram (ATWS). Safety systems of modern NPP with pressurized water reactors: VVER, EPR, AP-1000. The course consists of two parts: first is secured by prof. B. Heřmanský; the second one is secured by a group of external instructors from NRI and SONS coordinated by Z. Kříž (NRI). Instructors belong to notable experts in various fields of nuclear safety who works at least 30 years in the field, some of them have experience from international organizations- IAEA, NEA. Outline: 1. Introductory lecture 1 lecture Issue of severe accidents with fuel meltdown. ALARA principle and issue of linearization of the radiation effects. Relationship of risks and costs in assuring safety. Evolution of safety philosophy. 2. Accident classification 1 lecture Classification of incidents and accidents according to engineering and physical aspects. INES - International Nuclear Event Scale: seven levels, methods of incidents and accidents evaluation, examples of particular levels. List of initiating events for NPP accident analysis. 3. Accident of TMI-2 NPP 1 lecture Babcock-Wilcox reactors, their design and safety systems. A brief outline of the accident evolution and its immediate causes. Analysis of the accident evolution after ten years: reconstructed course of events and actual damage to the reactor. 4. Accident of Chernobyl NPP 1 lecture RBMK reactors, their design and safety systems. The course of the accident and its immediate causes. Corrective safety facilities. Sarcophagus construction and the current status. Consequences of the Chernobyl accident. Risks of further operation of the NPP with RBMK reactors. 5. Basics of nuclear safety (legislative approach) 2 lectures Safety principles of nuclear power plants and the legislative framework for NPP safety. Atomic law, decree No. 195, European law and the use of nuclear energy. International requirements on projects of new nuclear power plants: IAEA Safety Standards Series, European Utility Requirements (EUR), WENRA association. 6. NPP defense-in-depth and safety culture 1 lecture Defence-in-depth principle. Basic physical barriers, five levels of defense-in-depth, Safety culture: definition and nature, universal characteristics of safety culture, requirements on strategic level, safety culture indicators. 7. LOCA and severe accidents 2 lectures Phenomenological description of LBLOCA, Serious NPP accident with fuel meltdown High- and low- pressure sequence of serious accident with fuel meltdown. 8. Safety systems of NPP 3 lectures Safety systems of NPP with VVER reactors (440, 1000, III generation) engineering and technological part, electrical part, I&C, construction part (containment). Safety systems of NPP with VVER of the III. generation EPR, AP-1000). 9. Nuclear safeguards 1 lecture role of government, requirements on surveillance, main areas of evaluation activities, inspections, requirements, decisions, IAEA recommendations. 10. Approval process for nuclear facilities 1 lecture Main stages of approval process 11. Probabilistic safety assessment (J. Dušek) 1 lecture Deterministic/probabilistic assessment, PSA method 12. Nuclear fuel safty 1 lecture Nuclear fuel requirements, acceptance criteria and their verification, higher enrichment and higher burn-up impact 13. Research for safety 1 lecture National and international research programs, safety research need, research topics, experiences and benefits for Czech nuclear programme 14. Personel in nuclear facilities 1 lecture Research and experience with NPP personnel, requirements on personnel, selected personnel, qualification verification of personnel - licenses 15. Principles for ensuring safety 2 lectures Basic principles for ensuring the fuel and core safety, their practical applications, requirements on material, construction, degradation mechanisms and reducing of their impact 16. Radioactive wastes 1 lecture 17.Utilizing of operational experience 2 lectures national and international experience exchange systems (IRS, WANO), practical example of NPP event analysis Outline (exercises): - Goals: Knowledge: Orientation in classification and evolution of events, incidents and accidents of NPP. Detailed knowledge of causes, evolution and consequences of the two largest NPP accidents (TMI, Chernobyl). Knowledge of nuclear safety basics. Overview of NPP safety systems and their resistance against potential incidents and accidents. Abilities: Orientation in given issue, understanding of serious accident importance for nuclear power global safety. Overview of issues in assuring safety of gen. II (current NPPs) and gen. III (new nuclear source) NPPs. Requirements: 17ZAF, 17JARE Key words: NPP safety, nuclear safety, safety systems of nuclear facilities, Chernobil NPP accident, TMI-2 accident, defense-in-depth safety culture, redundancy, diversity, single failure, common cause failure, acceptance criteria, safety analysis, accident analysis, serious accident, LOCA, ATWS, VVER, EPR, AP-1000, INES References Key references: Heřmanský B.: "Bezpečnost jaderných elektráren I., II., III., IV." Učební texty, 2009 Recommended references: "Basic Safety Principles for NPP", Rev.1. INSAG-12 report, IAEAVienna 1999 "European Utlities Safety Requirements", Vol.1, Rev. C, state 5, April 2001 "Accident Analysis for Nuclear Power Plants", IAEA, Vienna, December 2002 Pernica R.: "Stav vývoje a přehled metod pro vyhodnocení neurčitosti" Výzkumná zpráva ÚJV-11798 T, říjen 2002

Reactor Experiments17REPR Rataj, Sklenka - - 2+2 kz - 5
 Course: Reactor Experiments 17REPR Ing. Rataj Jan Ph.D. / doc. Ing. Sklenka Ľubomír Ph.D. 2+2 KZ - 5 - Abstract: The course is focused on experimental neutron and reactor physics. The first part of the course is focused on experimental neutron physics, namely characterisation of neutron properties, characteristics of neutron (reactor and non reactor) sources, properties of prompt and delayed neutrons, neutron detection methods, and neutron induced nuclear reactions. The second part of the course is focused on experimental reactor physics, namely experimental methods focused on reactivity measurement, determination of control rod characteristics in the nuclear reactor, dynamics study of nuclear reactor and critical experiment. Theoretical lectures are followed by experiments at Training reactor VR-1 and at Neutron laboratory, both operated by Department of nuclear reactors. Outline: 1. Research nuclear reactors Duration: 1 lecture Topic: Experimental methods of nuclear reactor physics, classification of nuclear facilities and research reactors, classification, parameters and utilisation of research reactors in the field of experimental reactor physics 2. Experimental data processing and analysis Duration: 1 lecture Topic: Experimental data processing, definition and separation of measurement errors and uncertainties, mean value, variation and standard deviation, error propagation, determination of errors from direct and indirect measurement values, analysis, evaluation and presentation of experimental data 3. Neutron sources and their properties, neutron sources Duration: 2 lectures Topics: Discovery of the neutron and history of experimental neutron physics, the properties of the neutron and their experimental research (neutron mass, neutron lifetime and decay, neutron energy and wavelength, neutron charge, neutron spin and magnetic moment) Reactor and non reactor neutron sources, types and characterisation of nuclear research reactors as a neutron source, characterisation and properties (intensity and energy range) of non reactor neutron sources, overview and description of radionuclide sources, radionuclide sources calibration, neutron generators, system of accelerator an target as a neutron source 4. Prompt and delayed neutrons Duration: 1 lecture Topic: Origin of prompt neutrons and their properties, origin and importance of delayed neutrons, the properties of delayed neutrons, experimental determination of delayed neutron properties, delayed neutrons and its utilisation in experiments and research. 5. Neutron detection Duration: 1 lecture Topic: General principles in particle detection, possibilities and methods of neutron detection, proton-recoil methods, methods based on neutron-nuclear reactions, overview and properties of neutron detectors (ionisation chamber, semiconductor detectors, scintillation detectors, thermo luminescent detectors), neutron spectrometry. 6. Neutron-nucleus interactions Duration: 1 lecture Topic: Overview and characterisation of neutron interactions with matter, forces between neutrons and particles, neutron-nucleus interactions, neutron cross-sections, elastic and inelastic scattering, radiative capture, fission, neutron-nuclear interaction attended by nucleon emission. 7. Reactivity measurement in nuclear reactors Duration: 1 lecture Topic: Static and dynamics techniques for reactivity determination, source multiplication method, Source-jerk method, Rod-drop method, positive period method, inverse kinetic method 8. Determination of control rod characteristics in the nuclear reactor Duration: 1 lecture Topic: Integral and differential control rod worth, control rod worth, methods focused on determination of control rod characteristics: inverse rate method and source multiplication method, control rods inter-calibration 9. Approaching criticality, critical experiment Duration: 2 lectures Topics: Legislative requirements of State office for nuclear safety for basic critical experiment realisation, basic requirements for core configurations in VR-1 reactor Design of VR-1 reactor core configuration, neutron-physical characteristics of VR-1 reactor core and their determination Outline (exercises): 1. Neutron detection in VR-1 reactor core Duration: 2 exercises Topics: Basic parameters and set up of neutron detection system, determination of neutron detection system linearity and its nonlinearity correction, measurement of neutron flux distribution in VR-1 reactor core by small gas filled detectors 2. Delayed neutrons detection at VR-1 rector Duration: 2 exercises Topics: Parameters of device for delayed neutrons detection at VR-1 rector, detection of delayed neutrons emitted by irradiated fissionable material and determination of their basic properties, determination of fissionable material mass using delayed neutron counting method 3. Study of neutron diffusion Duration: 2 exercises Topics: Study of neutron diffusion in graphite and water, measurement of neutrons distribution emitted by neutron source in graphite prism and water bath, determination of neutron diffusion length for graphite and water 4. Reactivity measurement at VR-1 reactor Duration: 2 exercises Topics: Source-jerk, Rod-drop and positive period method application on reactivity measurement at VR-1 reactor 5. Control rod calibration at VR-1 reactor Duration: 2 exercises Topics: Determination of control rod worth and its calibration curve in VR-1 reactor by inverse rate method and source multiplication method, control rods inter-calibration in VR-1 reactor 6. Approaching the critical state at VR-1 reactor Duration: 2 exercises Topics: Prediction of unknown critical state at VR-1 reactor by inverse rate method, approaching the critical state at VR-1 reactor by gradual change of control rod position 7. Students' experiments? works evaluation Duration: 1 lecture Topic: Students' experiments works, evaluation and discussion with the lecturer Goals: An overview of neutron properties and its interaction, knowledge of experimental methods using neutrons, experimental reactor physics, knowledge and assumption of method focused on determination of basic neutron-physical and operational parameters in nuclear reactors Application of acquired knowledge to solve problems, qualification and quantification of the effects of various physical quantities and phenomena on the operation of nuclear reactors and nuclear safety, ability of preparation and realisation of experimental works, processing of experimental values and its analysis and interpretation Requirements: 17ZAF, 17PSJR Key words: Neutron, experimental neutron physics, neutron sources, prompt and delayed neutrons, neutron interaction, neutron detectors, neutron detection, experimental reactor physics, research reactor, reactivity measurement, control rods calibration, zero power reactor, critical experiment References Key references: Paul Reuss: Neutron Physics, EDP Sciences, 2008, France, ISBN: 978-2-7598-0041-4 Liyuan Liang, Romano Rinaldi, Helmut Schober: Neutron Applications in Earth, Energy and Envirinmental Sciences, Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2009, ISBN 978-0-387-09415-1 Weston M. Stacey: Nuclear Reactor Physics, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York 2001, ISBN 0-471-39127-1 Recommended references: Tatjana Jevremovic: Nuclear Principles in Engineering, Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2009, ISBN 978-0-387-85607-0 Lewis E.,E.: Fundamentals of Nuclear Reactor Physics, Elsevier Inc., USA 2008, ISBN: 978-0-12-370631-7 Media and tools: Training reactor VR-1 and Neutron laboratory at Department o nuclear reactors

Operator Course for Bachelors17OPKB Rataj, Kropík - - 4 z,zk - 4

Equipment Complex of Nuclear Power Plants 217TCJ2 Kobylka 3+0 zk - - 3 -
 Course: Equipment Complex of Nuclear Power Plants 2 17TCJ2 Ing. Kobylka Dušan Ph.D. - 3+0 ZK - 3 Abstract: The course familiarizes students with basic machine devices of nuclear power plants, which are important for their operation, as are: pressurizer system, pumps and blowers, steam and gas turbines, heat exchangers (condensers, steam generators, reheaters, feed water heaters, etc.) and pipes and valves. Informations about devices are given primarily in descriptive level. It means that students are familiarized with different designs, used materials, manufacturing and operational experiences and parameters of real devices from power plants. Students also receive basic outline of fundamental theory about calculations of devices. Outline: 1. Pressurizer Systems of Primary Circuit 1 lecture The pressurizer function in the primary circuit, physical description of pressurizer, model and calculation of pressurizer, operational states of pressurizer, types of pressurizers and their construction, connection and construction of pressurizer subsystems (electrical heaters, letdown condenser, etc.). 2. Pumps 2 lectures Pumps classification, operation principle and main features of miscellaneous pumps types, typical construction features of pumps, description of the most important pumps in nuclear power plant: primary circuit main recirculation pumps, feed pumps, condensate pumps, others pumps, pumps for liquid metals, components and a subsystems of pumps. 3. Steam turbines 2 lectures Operation principle and basic construction, steam turbines classification, description of turbine construction, fundamental calculations, description of turbine components (seals, bearings, etc.), saturated steam turbines: unique features, humidity separation and reheating of steam, control of steam, turbines, detailed description of the 220 MW and 1000MW turbines. 4. Gas turbines and blowers for gas cooled reactors 1 lecture Blowers operation principle, fundamental calculations, description of blower construction, basic features of blowers, gas turbines and their unique features, description of components and subsystems of gas turbines and blowers (seals, bearings, etc.). 5. Condensers systems and bypass valves 1 lecture Condensers of steam turbines (thermal calculations, description, construction), cooling system of nuclear power plants (types of cooling, construction, cooling towers, etc.), bypass valves (their function and description). 6. Heat exchangers 1 lecture Classification, construction, principle of thermal and hydraulic calculations, feed water regeneration systems, description of regenerative heat exchangers, construction of regenerative heat exchangers, deaerator. 7. Pipes and fittings in nuclear power plant 1 lecture Standardization, classification, unique pipes in nuclear power plant, fitting types a description of typical fitting in nuclear power plant. 8. Steam generators 2 lectures Position of steam generators in heat schemes of nuclear power plants, heat calculation of steam generator, steam generator of the VVER 440 a VVER 1000, vertical steam generators, steam generators in nuclear power plants with gas cooled and fast reactors, hydraulic calculation of steam generators. 9. Complete disposition of nuclear power plant 1 lecture Bubble condenser, containments, air engineering, diesel-generators, layout of nuclear power plants and its parts. Outline (exercises): Goals: Knowledge: description and construction of the most important machine devices of nuclear power plant, fundamental calculations of selected machine devices of nuclear power plant. Abilities: orientation in field of machine devices of nuclear power plant Requirements: THNJ1, THNJ2, THNJ3 Key words: pressurizer, pump, steam turbine, blower, condenser, bypass valve, regenerative heat exchanger, deaerator, steam generator, bubble condenser, containment References Hejzlar R.: Stroje a zařízení jaderných elektráren, Díl 1, Nakladatelství ČVUT, Praha, 2000 Hejzlar R.: Stroje a zařízení jaderných elektráren, Díl 2, Nakladatelství ČVUT, Praha, 2000 Tong, L.S., Weisman, J.: Thermal Analysis of Pressurized Water Reactors, American Nuclear Society, Illinois USA, 1996, ISBN: 0-89448-038-3

Intership Bachelors17PRAXB Kropík 1 týden z - - 1 -
 Course: Intership Bachelors 17PRAXB doc. Ing. Kropík Martin CSc. 1 tyd Z - 1 - Abstract: Inteship is intended for acquiring of deeper knowledge about systems and operation of nuclear power plant. At present, it takes part at nuclear power plant Dukovany or Temelín, where students in form of extended excursion make the acquaintance of all important parts of nuclear power plant and gain basic ideas about activities of reactor physicist and operator. Part of the intership is also visit of power plant training center and full-scope simulator. Outline: Intership at nuclear powr plant proceeds according to plans prepared by nuclear power plant workers. Example: Monday: Organization questions Tuesday: nuclear fuel: storage of fresh fuel, storage of spent fuel, manipulations Wednesday: personal questions, accident management, nuclear safety Thursday: power plant starup. full-scope simulator Friday: emergency and accidents planning, nuclear power plant operation. Outline (exercises): Goals: Knowledge: detailed knowledge of individual systems and operation of nuclear power plant. Abilities: orientation in problematic of nuclear power plant operation and its systems, handling with fuel elements. Requirements: Key words: nuclear power plant, primary circuit, secondary circuit, nuclear power plant operation, handling with fuel elements References

Nuclear-Power-Plant Simulator Exercise17CSI Kobylka - - 0+3 z - 3
 Course: Nuclear-Power-Plant Simulator Exercise 17CSI Ing. Kobylka Dušan Ph.D. 0+3 Z - 3 - Abstract: Course is pointed to pass to students the idea about main operating features of nuclear power plants with various types of reactors, about physical coupling amid single components of nuclear power plants and about principles of operating. In the theoretical part, there is briefly described each power plant and its simulator and simulator's physical background. The main part of this course is dedicated to practising of various tasks (rated output, transiensts, malfunction of components) on simulators. The course takes place in simulators of following power units: VVER-440, ABWR and CANDU 6. During these exercises the basic physical features of system are always analysed and there are also given reasons of their changes and connections between them. Outline: 1. Introduction to simulators 1 lecture Simulator definition, simulator division according to approximation to reality, simulators importance in nuclear power, basic principles of simulators development, development environments for their development. 2. VVER-440 simulator 1 lecture, 5 exercises Description of VVER-440 (NPP Dukovany) system and its control, description of physical background in simulator and automatic regulators which are implemented in simulator, simulator description, familiarization with simulator through exercises and analyses of power changes at nominal states and basic transients with use of automatic regulators, exercises and analyses of transients (loop set-back, turbo-generator shut- down, etc.), exercises and analyses focused on determination of system physical features, exercises and analyses of emergency situations (leaks at primary circuit, leaks at secondary circuit, pumps failures, etc.). 3. ABWR simulator 1 lecture, 2 exercises Description of ABWR system and its control, description of physical background in simulator and automatic regulators which are implemented in simulator, simulator description, familiarization with simulator through exercises and analyses of power changes at nominal states and basic transients with use of automatic regulators, exercises and analyses of transients (loop set-back, turbo-generator shut- down, etc.), exercises and analyses focused on determination of system physical features, exercises and analyses of emergency situations (leaks, pumps failures, etc.). 4. CANDU 6 simulator 1 lecture, 2 exercises Description of VVER-440 (NPP Dukovany) system and its control, description of physical background in simulator and automatic regulators which are implemented in simulator, simulator description, familiarization with simulator through exercises and analyses of power changes at nominal states and basic transients with use of automatic regulators, exercises and analyses of transients (loop set-back, turbo-generator shut- down, etc.), exercises and analyses focused on determination of system physical features. 5. General evaluation 1 exercise General evaluation of systems and their characteristics, regulation modes and dynamic features. Outline (exercises): 1. Introduction to simulators 1 lecture Simulator definition, simulator division according to approximation to reality, simulators importance in nuclear power, basic principles of simulators development, development environments for their development. 2. VVER-440 simulator 1 lecture, 5 exercises Description of VVER-440 (NPP Dukovany) system and its control, description of physical background in simulator and automatic regulators which are implemented in simulator, simulator description, familiarization with simulator through exercises and analyses of power changes at nominal states and basic transients with use of automatic regulators, exercises and analyses of transients (loop set-back, turbo-generator shut- down, etc.), exercises and analyses focused on determination of system physical features, exercises and analyses of emergency situations (leaks at primary circuit, leaks at secondary circuit, pumps failures, etc.). 3. ABWR simulator 1 lecture, 2 exercises Description of ABWR system and its control, description of physical background in simulator and automatic regulators which are implemented in simulator, simulator description, familiarization with simulator through exercises and analyses of power changes at nominal states and basic transients with use of automatic regulators, exercises and analyses of transients (loop set-back, turbo-generator shut- down, etc.), exercises and analyses focused on determination of system physical features, exercises and analyses of emergency situations (leaks, pumps failures, etc.). 4. CANDU 6 simulator 1 lecture, 2 exercises Description of VVER-440 (NPP Dukovany) system and its control, description of physical background in simulator and automatic regulators which are implemented in simulator, simulator description, familiarization with simulator through exercises and analyses of power changes at nominal states and basic transients with use of automatic regulators, exercises and analyses of transients (loop set-back, turbo-generator shut- down, etc.), exercises and analyses focused on determination of system physical features. Goals: Knowledge: detailed knowledge of simulated systems, basic operational states and characteristics of systems, control modes of nuclear power plants, physical couplings amid devices of power plant, dynamics of systems. Abilities: judge dynamics behavior of nuclear power plant, orientation in devices on nuclear power plant and their functions. Requirements: Key words: simulator, operational states of nuclear power plant, VVER-440, ABWR, CANDU 6. References Key references Gieci A., Macko J.: Návody ke cvičením na SPVS+EDU, Provozní stavy, VÚJE, Trnava, 2007 Gieci A., Macko J.: Vedení výcviku na SPVS+ETE, Odborná studie, VÚJE, Trnava, 2004 IAEA: Boiling water reactor simulator, Workshop material, IAEA, Vienna, 2003, IAEA-TCS-23 Bereznai G.: Introduction to CANDU systems and operation, University of Ontario, Ontario 2003 Recommended references: IAEA: Reactor Simulator Development, Workshop material, IAEA, Vienna, 2001, IAEA-TCS-12

Software Seminar 101SOS12 Čulík 0+2 z 0+2 z 2 2
 Course: Software Seminar 1 01SOS1 Ing. Čulík Zdeněk 0+2 Z - 2 - Abstract: Java, Java Beans, Assembly language programming for microprocessors Intel 80x86 Outline: 1. Introduction to Java programming language 2. Java Beans components 3. Assembly language programming for microprocessors Intel 80x86 4. Registers, memory addressing 5. Instruction set, instruction codes 6. Procedure call, numeric coprocessor, MMX instructions 7. Virtual memory (80386) 8. CISC and RISC processor architectures, 64-bit microprocessors Outline (exercises): 1. Simple application written in Java programming language 2. Java data types, comparison with other programming languages 3, Introduction to graphical user interface design using Swing library 4. Classes and methods 5. Arrays in Java, differences between implementations of arrays in Java, C and Pascal 5. Interfaces, data model for JList component 7. Trees and JTree graphical component 8. Dynamic type identification - reflection and introspection 9. File input and output 10. Registers and simple Intel 80x86 instructions 11. Debugging on machine instruction level 12. Subroutines and parameter passing conventions 13. Translation of some specific high level programming language construction to machine code Goals: Knowledge: Introduction to Java programming language. Differences between Java and C++. Overview of Intel 80x86 microprocessor architecture. Skills: Development of simple Java Application. Requirements: Key words: Java, assembly language. References [1] B.Eckel, Thinking in Java (4th Edition), Prentice Hall, 2006 [2] http://mindview.net/Books [3] http://developer.intel.com

 Course: Software Seminar 2 01SOS2 Ing. Čulík Zdeněk - 0+2 Z - 2 Abstract: Graphical libraries GTK+ and Qt. Development of graphical user interface using C and C++ programming languages. Portable applications for Unix like operating systems, especially for Linux systems. Portability to Microsoft Windows. Outline: 1. Introduction to graphical user interface programming in Linux (GTK+ and Qt library) 2. Development of simple application for GTK library. Object oriented framework Qt 3. Basic user interface controls 4. Response to user events 5. Compilation of applications under Linus operating system. Outline (exercises): 1. Source code for simple GTK application 2. Compilation and linking 3. Programming callback routines as a response on user events 4. Designing user interface using Glage 5. Minimal application for Qt graphics library 6. Qt signals and slots 7. Using Qt Designer and Creator 8. Widgets for lists, tables and trees 9. KDE desktop environment and KDevelop application Goals: Knowledge: Structure of GTK and Qt graphical user interface libraries used in Unix based operating systems. Skills: Write a C or C++ application with graphical user interface for Linux operating system. Requirements: Key words: Qt, GTK, Linux. References [1] J. Blanchette, M. Summerfield, C++ GUI Programming with Qt 4, 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall, 2008 [2] H. Pennington, GTK+ /Gnome Application Development, Sams, 1999 [3] M. Summerfield, Rapid GUI Programming with Python and Qt, Prentice Hall, 2007 [4] http://qt.nokia.com [5] http://library.gnome.org/devel [6] http://www.gtk.org

Introduction to Elementary Particle Physics02UFEC Bielčík 2+0 z - - 2 -
 Course: Introduction to Elementary Particle Physics 02UFEC Mgr. Bielčík Jaroslav Ph.D. 2+0 Z - 2 - Abstract: The course provides an easily accessible introduction to elementary particle physics. Development, methods, goals and perspectives of the subject are presented. Outline: 1. Basic notation in the field, elementary particles and properties, literature 2. Natural system of units, history of the field 3. Main kinematic definitions and relations 4. Cross section and it's calculation in classical physics 5. Sketch of the quantum theory structure, matrix elements and cross sections in quantum theory 6. Relativistic calibration quantum field theory, Feynmann diagrams, renormalization, calibration symmetry, Higgs mechanism 7. Standard model - quantum electrodynamics, Glashow-Weinberg-Salam theory of electroweak interactions, quantum chromodynamics 8. Quark model, hadron description using multiplets of SU(N) 9. Deep inelastic scattering of leptons on nucleons, parton model 10. Theory of elementary particles beyond standard model - Grand unification theory,super-symmetric theory, string theory 11. Passing of radiation through matter, experimental methods in elementary particle physics 12. Main types of detectors 13. ATLAS experiment - research program, description of the detector, structure of incoming data, analysis, obtained results Outline (exercises): Goals: Knowledge: Insight into the elementary particle physics Skills: Orientation in the problematics of the elementary particle physics Requirements: Knowledge of basic course of physics Key words: Quantum mechanics, symmetries, elementary particles, quarks, leptons, Standard Model References Key references: [1] K. Nakamura et al.(Particle Data group), The Review of Particle Physics, J. Phys. G 37, 075021 (2010) Recommended references: [2] Martinus Veltman, Facts and Mysteries in Elementary Particle Physics,World Scientific 2003 [3] Martinus Veltman, Diagrammatica : The Path to Feynman Diagrams Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge 1994 Transfered to digital printing 2001 [4] Walter Greiner, Berndt Mueller, Quantum Mechanics - Symmetries Springer-Verlag 2001

Basics of Economic Assessment17ZEH Starý 2+0 zk - - 2 -