Doctoral Seminar 1 (FMI)
Academic Year 2022/23
DJA044 course is part of 4 study plans
DKC-M Summer Semester 1st year
DPC-M Summer Semester 1st year
DKA-M Summer Semester 1st year
DPA-M Summer Semester 1st year
The study and the obtaining of topical information concerning the problems of the selected field – Physical and Building Material Engineering – with the support of the supervisor and with the help of minor supervisors from other special and scientific workplaces of the Faculty, of the University and out-of school scientific and research establishments. The definition of simulation or experimental parts concerning the theme of the dissertation thesis. The publication and presentation of creative work outputs. Making up the semestral timetable of participations on special actions (seminars, conferences, scientific congresses) and in the same time on research fellowships in scientific and academic establishments abroad. It is advantageous for creative activities to cooperate directly with the practice in the scope of research projects solution.
The doctorand obtains under the direction of the supervisor within the frame of the doctoral seminar further theoretical and special information from the area of Physical and Building Materials Engineering which concern the theme of the thesis. In this way conditions are established for his independent theoretical, creative and scientific work, which serves as the base for the elaboration of doctoral theses.
Knowledge on the level of the University graduate at the Department of Civil Engineering, specialization Building Materials Engineering. Practice is an advantage.
Language of instruction
Forms and criteria of assessment
Specification of controlled instruction, the form of instruction, and the form of compensation of the absences
Extent and forms are specified by guarantor’s regulation updated for every academic year.
Offered to foreign students
Not to offer
Course on BUT site
13 weeks, 3 hours/week, compulsory
1.–13. The student seeks and studies the specialised background materials with which familiarity is necessary before producing theoretical, practical and scientific outputs in the studied topic area. Definition of the scientific contribution of the doctoral student with regard to the given issue. Production of the supporting materials required for the submission of a project proposal (it is recommended that this be carried out in cooperation with a doctoral student from the 2nd year of the DSP with a related doctoral thesis topic).