Doctoral seminar 6 (MGS)
Academic Year 2022/23
DVA080 course is part of 4 study plans
DPC-E Winter Semester 1st year
DKC-E Winter Semester 1st year
DPA-E Winter Semester 1st year
DKA-E Winter Semester 1st year
Study, and the acquisition and processing of current knowledge connected with the issues of the chosen topic from the field of specialization of programme Civil Engineering Management with support from a supervisor, possibly with the aid of a supervisor who is a specialist in his or her field, or with the support of experts from the following institutions:
- the Faculty (for instance, from the AdMaS research centre operated by the Faculty),
- or external research and development institutions.
The performance of simulations or experiments related to the topic area of the doctoral thesis. Publication and presentation of the outputs of creative activities.
The formulation of a semester plan of visits to professional and scientific events (seminars, workshops, conferences, congresses) and potentially study or professional stays at foreign scientific and academic institutions.
Work on publishable outputs (contributions to proceedings, articles for professional or scientific journals).
Regarding creative activities, it is advantageous to cooperate with industry or scientific institutions directly while working on projects.
Knowledge at the level of a graduate student of Civil Engineering Management study programme. Practise 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, 6 hours/week, compulsory
1.–13. Work on the theoretical part of the doctoral thesis, including the processing of data sets from experiments and/or simulations. Provision of practical support to a project being conducted by a doctoral student in the 2nd year of the DSP with a related doctoral thesis topic. Performance of experiments and/or simulations. Publishing activities (e.g. work on a contribution to a professional/scientific conference, or work on an article for a specialised/peer-reviewed/high-impact factor journal). Participation in professional or scientific events. Defence of the final report from the project.