Final state exam

Pursuant to Dean's Directive No. 5/2018, the final state exam for Mathematical Engineering students at the BUT Faculty of Mechanical Engineering consists of two parts:

  • defending a thesis (20-25 minutes)
    • the examination board consists of five members from Brno plus one (or more) member from L'Aquila.
    • the presentation and subsequent discussion takes place in Brno in the presence of a representative from University of L'Aquila or by a videoconference.
  • discussion on a specific topic (35 - 40 minutes)

 

The schedule of the academic year 2018/19:

  • 30. 4. 2019 applications for final state examination
  • 6. 5. - 31. 5. 2019 examination period
  • 24. 5. 2019 31. 5. 2019 by 12:00 submitting of master's theses to the secretary of Institute of Mathematics (A1/1818)
  • 27. 5. 31. 5. - 7. 6. 2019 reviews
  • 10. 6. and 11. 6. 2019 final state exam (from 8:00 to 17:00)
    • Your presentation for defending of your thesis you have to upload to the computer on Friday 7. 6. 2019 between 9:00-12:00 or on Monday between 7:00-7:30.
  • 8. 7. - 11. 7. 2019 graduation

 

Master thesis:

  • GUIDELINE NO. 72/2017: FORMAT, SUBMISSION AND PUBLICATION OF FINAL THESES
  • By 30th June 2019, you must choose the topic of your thesis (for new students in academic year 2019/20)
  • You can find a list of the topics in the Studis (Student's information system, which you may access after being admitted to the study).
    • Rather than using the Studis list, you may also find it better contacting immediately someone conducting research in the field of your preference to have a detailed discussion on the subject. You may then receive a topic of your thesis that better suits your focus, skills, and knowledge. Concerning your future supervisor, you can also find a suitable person from an institute other than the Institute of Mathematics. See the list of institutes of the BUT Faculty of Mechanical Engineering where you can find the e-mail address of the person you would like to contact.
    • For your inspiration, here is a list of the topics of last year's master theses:
      • Numerical methods for missing image processing data reconstruction
      • Mathematical optimization of a solar photovoltaic system for a single-family detached home
      • Nonholonomic mechanisms geometry
      • Risk modeling for engineering optimization problems
      • The problem of energy-efficient train control
      • Comparison of Heuristic and Conventional Statistical Methods in Data Mining
      • Synchronization of chaotic dynamical systems
      • Lagrangian tracking of the cavitation bubble
      • Simulation of nonholonomic mechanisms’ motion
      • Numerical model of hollow fiber arrangement in heat exchanger
      • Fuzzy Sets Use in Cluster Analysis with a Special Attention to a Fuzzy C-means Clustering Method
      • Applications of Quaternions in Robot Control
      • Application of cooperative game theory in Cournot oligopoly
      • Heat transfer solution of solidifying steel system with phase change with moving edge conditions
      • Geometric control theory on nilpotent Lie groups
      • Application of the artificial neural network to calculate the thermodynamic properties
      • Cooperative game theory in local conflicts
      • Optimal control in engineering processes
      • Bifurcations in a chaotic dynamical system
      • Optimization by means of metaheuristics in Python using the DEAP library
      • Mathematical models in strategic decision-making
      • Compressive sampling for effective target tracking in a sensor network
      • Convolutional Neural Networks (CNN)
      • Numerical methods of space-based coronagraph image processing
      • Design optimization of packed bed for thermal energy storage
      • Mathematical description of vehicle motion trajectory
      • Ovality measurement of extruded fiber using three cameras
      • Following of multiple object movement by means of cross correlation
      • Modern methods for restoration of degraded audiosignals
      • Data mining
      • Structure From Motion From Multiple Views
      • Models and methods for routing problems in logistics
      • Object tracking in high-speed camera images
      • Modification of Navier_Stokes equations asuming the quasi-potential flow
      • Stability analysis of numerical methods for delay differential equations
      • Modelling of perfusion curves in dynamic magnetic resonance
      • Discrete chaos and its stabilization
      • Acceleration of numerical computation of heat conduction in solids in inverse tasks
      • Modeling of nonlinear diffusion
      • Advanced optimisation model for circular economy
      • Assessment of photobioreactor designs using computational analysis of flow and radiative energy transfer
      • Numerical Method of Image Registration Using Nonlinear Geometric Transform
      • Shape Optimization of the Machine Components due to Variability of Input Data
      • Analyze and economic time series forecasting by using selected statistical methods
      • Combination of numerical mathematics and neural network for the model of breakout prediction
      • Robotic manipulator based on CGA
      • Time minimization for vehicles passing a given trajectory
      • Visualization of spectroscopic data using Principal Component Analysis
      • Methods of indicating chaos in nonlinear dynamical systems
         
  • You are strongly recommended to use LaTeX (mathematical typesetting system) for writing your master thesis.

 

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