Final state exam FACEBOOK TWITTER 3/11/2019 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 examination committee from Brno will only ask three questions of those listed in the Topics for Master's Final State Exam. 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.