Topics for final theses at ÚTFA

24 May 2022 David Štegner

DTPA colleagues presented the topics of the final theses they currently offer. There are areas to choose from, from string theory to studying jellyfish galaxies, to simulating gamma photon absorptions at CubeSats.
doc. Klaus Bering Larsen, Ph.D. presented projects suitable for bachelor's theses in Lagrange and Hamiltonian formulations, symplectic geometry, symmetry, group theory, and conservation laws. You can find the whole presentation and contact HERE.
Mgr. Brankica Kubátová, Ph.D. presented a project suitable for bachelor's, master's, and doctoral theses dealing with the study of material, hot stars, and their winds. You can find the whole presentation and contact HERE.
doc. Mgr. Josef Klusoň, Ph.D., DSc. presented two projects suitable for master's theses. The first topic deals with the covariance of the Schrodinger equation and the second deals with the theory of cosmological disorders. You can find the whole presentation and contact HERE.
Mgr. Jan Benáček, Ph.D. presented the topics of bachelor's and master's theses dealing with, for example, the study of radio, UV, and X-ray emission during a solar flare, the analysis of the archive of solar radio flashes in Ondřejov, or the development of a code for radio or X-ray emission. You can find the whole presentation and contact HERE.
Mgr. Romana Grossová, Ph.D. introduced two topics dealing with the study of jellyfish galaxies. You can find the whole presentation and contact HERE.
doc. RNDr. Miloslav Zejda, Ph.D. presented three possible areas of research in eclipsing binaries. You can find the whole presentation and contact HERE.
You can find other supervisors and their topics in the slideshow.
Are you interested in any topic? Don't be afraid to write about an appointment. 

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