Study programs

Doctoral studies are individual with a standard length of four years. Study programs take place in full-time or combined forms of study. After the successful completion of the studies, the Ph.D. degree is awarded. The Ph.D. study programs accredited at our faculty are

  • Technical Cybernetics,
  • Applied Sciences in Engineering and
  • Environmental Engineering.

Technical Cybernetics involves mainly Computer Science disciplines, Mechatronics, and Electrical Engineering, and Informatics. In particular,

  • optimal and suboptimal methods for control of technological processes,
  • control and nonlinear dynamical systems in automation applications,
  • processing speech, text and image signals,
  • artificial intelligence,
  • robotics,
  • design of measuring components,
  • technical diagnostics, diagnostics of digital circuits,
  • design of electronic circuits, electric drives and their control,
  • reliability and risk analysis of engineering and service operations.

Applied Sciences in Engineering is a doctoral study program focused on problems on the boundary between engineering and natural sciences. The topic of the dissertation falls within one of the following fields:

  • Computer simulations
    Development of numerical models and computer simulation of problems in solid mechanics, fluid mechanics, acoustics, groundwater transport phenomena, electromagnetism, piezoelectric systems, intelligent materials and metamaterials. Related coupled problems, stochastic, inverse and optimization problems.
    Applications: mechanical engineering, aerospace, biomechanics, geoscience (ground-water flow, radioactive waste disposal, gas storage, geothermal energy)
  • Physics and optics
    Development and application of methods in optical measurement, interferometry, digital holography and microscopy, laser technologies, compressed sensing, optical measurements in fluid dynamics.
    Applications: high-power laser systems, cosmic technologies, optical detection of chemical species, ultraprecise measurement of distance, shape and surfaces, new methods for image and spectral recording and processing, 2D and 3D refractive index measurement, nondestructive testing.
  • Materials
    Piezoelectric and ferroelectric materials, intelligent materials and metamaterials, nanostructured materials, filtration and membrane technologies.
    Applications: intelligent sensors, actuators, piezoelectric resonators and microelectromechanical systems, particle and pathogen filtration from air, wastewater treatment, tissue engineering.


Next, our faculty is in charge of the administration of a university Ph.D. program

  • Nanotechnologies


Study department

Simona Kuncová
tel.: +420 485 353 624
email: simona.kuncova@tul.cz

Guarantors of doctoral programs

P0788D270006 Applied Sciences in Engineering
doc. Ing. Petr Šidlof, Ph.D.
tel.: +420 485 353 015
e-mail: petr.sidlof@tul.cz

P3901 Applied Sciences in Engineering
doc. Ing. Milan Hokr, Ph.D.
tel.: +420 485 353 470
e-mail: milan.hokr@tul.cz

P0588D130007 Environmental Engineering
doc. Ing. Jan Šembera, Ph.D.
tel.: +420 485 353 005
e-mail: jan.sembera@tul.cz

P3942 Nanotechnologies
prof. Dr. Ing. Miroslav Černík, CSc.
tel.: +420 485 353 017
e-mail: miroslav.cernik@tul.cz

P0714D150007 Technical Cybernetics
prof. Ing. Zbyněk Koldovský, Ph.D.
tel.: +420 485 353 534
e-mail: zbynek.koldovsky@tul.cz


General partners
  • ČEZ
  • Škoda Auto
    Škoda Auto
  • ABB
  • Actis
  • Adient
  • MicroNova
  • RS Components
    RS Components
  • Siemens
  • SPŠ a VOŠ Jičín
    SPŠ a VOŠ Jičín
  • SPŠ Česká Lípa
    SPŠ Česká Lípa
  • SPŠSE a VOŠ Liberec
    SPŠSE a VOŠ Liberec
  • SOŠ, SPŠ Varnsdorf
    SOŠ, SPŠ Varnsdorf
  • SPŠ Mladá Boleslav
    SPŠ Mladá Boleslav