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Serenade E major Op. 22 (B 52) and Serenade for Wind Instruments Op. 44 (B 77) of Antonín Dvořák in Context of Musical Genre of the Orchestral Serenade of the 2nd 19th Century
Kolátorová, Petra ; Gabrielová, Jarmila (advisor) ; Havlík, Jaromír (referee) ; Niubo, Marc (referee)
Mgr. Petra Kolátorová Abstract: Thesis dealt with the Serenade E major Op. 22 (B 52) and the Serenade for Wind Instruments Op. 44 (B 77) of Antonín Dvořák in the view of the musical genre of the orchestral serenade. It answered the question of influence and meaning of the Dvořák's Serenades among Serenades of his contemporaries, the question of place of this genre among the other musical genres and the question of reflection of music criticism at that time. Analysis of both works and their comparison with the selected works showed the way how the expectation of this genre reflected in the compositional ways and methods of both Dvořák's Serenades. The composer in his Serenades depicted all layers of meaning of this genre as was such a noble simplicity, oscilation of the genre between chambre and orchestral music between artistic or rather entertaining character of music, continuity of original serenades and history of the genre. Dvořák had created the works which in certain aspects foreshadowed near future (neoclasicism).
Design and synthesis of surface architectures on fluorescent nanodiamonds
Havlík, Jan
anks to their unique properties and high biocompatibilities, fluorescent nanodiamonds are promising representatives of modern carbon nanomaterials with a broad range of applications. Nevertheless, their wider use is limited because of weak fluorescence intensity and low colloidal stability in the biological environment. e optimization of treatment procedures and development of new suitable surface designs is therefore critically needed. In this study, several key steps for fluorescent nanodiamond treatment have been optimized, leading to both a substantial increase in fluorescence intensity and to significantly lower surface damage caused by graphitization. Further, a new high-throughput irradiation technique was developed. e influence of surface chemistry on the fluorescence parameters was studied using partial fluorination of the functional groups on the nanodiamond surface. A novel method which significantly affects the interaction of nanodiamonds with biological systems by increasing of the homogeneity and circularity was developed. e potential of nanodiamonds for future medical and biological research was demonstrated on particles with complex surface architectures that enabled targeting and therapy of tumor cells. Moreover, a strong and highly selective affinity of fibroblast growth factors to diamond...
Settlement development of Hellenistic Bactria
Havlík, Jakub ; Stančo, Ladislav (advisor) ; Tušlová, Petra (referee)
Jakub Havlík, Vývoj osídlení Baktrie v období helénismu Abstract: Primarily based on the archaeological evidence, the aim of the proposed thesis is to present an image of a settlement situation in the region of Bactria (Central Asia) during the Hellenistic period. The main subject of the study is a comparison of settlement patterns of the Achaemenid and Hellenistic periods, as well as a characterization of settlement transformation, which occurred after the conquest of Alexander the Great, after almost two hundred years of Greek rule in the area. In this thesis, the individual settlement-sites are classified according to their size and their hypothetical function in the whole settlement structure. Besides the morphology of the site, their position was examined, as well as a distribution and mutual relations within the context of the natural landscape. Attention was paid to larger sites (cities, fortified settlements), and minor ones (rural settlements) and their agglomerations, as well as specific settlement forms, such as fortresses or sanctuaries. All the studied settlements are presented in form of catalogue and maps. Data analysis shows that a huge decrease in settlement structure and a break in development can be observed in relatively large part of Bactria, at the end of Achaemenid period, what...
Contrast agents for hereronuclear MRI
Koucký, Filip ; Kotek, Jan (advisor) ; Havlík, Jan (referee)
In this thesis the pH dependency of the coordination modes of lanthanide complexes with macrocyclic ligands based on 1,4,7,10-tetraazacyclododecane skeleton was studied. The cyclen-based ligand structures in this work contained three acetate and one aminoethyl group with a N-alkyl-N-methylphosphonate substituent, DO3AN(R)P, where R is an alkyle substituent on the nitrogen atom of the pendant arm (R = methyl, benzyl). Lanthanide complexes of a previously studied prototype ligand DO3ANP with secondary amino group (R = H) have shown interesting properties in the field of 31 P NMR imaging because of their various coordination properties, which allow in situ pH measurement. These complexes can also be used for monitoring the kinetics of the chemical exchange of the amino group proton in 1 H NMR imaging using the chemical exchange saturation transfer (CEST NMR). In this thesis, two new derivatives DO3ANMeP and DO3ANBnP were prepared in order to better understand the coordination modes changes in this ligand series. Also, their coordination behaviour with selected lanthanide ions was studied (Eu3+ , Gd3+ , Dy3+ , Yb3+ ). Based on a series of NMR and luminescence measurements, it was found out, that in acidic conditions the complexes containing DO3ANP motif bind a water molecule in their coordination...
Design and synthesis of surface architectures on fluorescent nanodiamonds
Havlík, Jan ; Kotek, Jan (advisor) ; Lang, Kamil (referee) ; Štěpánek, František (referee)
anks to their unique properties and high biocompatibilities, fluorescent nanodiamonds are promising representatives of modern carbon nanomaterials with a broad range of applications. Nevertheless, their wider use is limited because of weak fluorescence intensity and low colloidal stability in the biological environment. e optimization of treatment procedures and development of new suitable surface designs is therefore critically needed. In this study, several key steps for fluorescent nanodiamond treatment have been optimized, leading to both a substantial increase in fluorescence intensity and to significantly lower surface damage caused by graphitization. Further, a new high-throughput irradiation technique was developed. e influence of surface chemistry on the fluorescence parameters was studied using partial fluorination of the functional groups on the nanodiamond surface. A novel method which significantly affects the interaction of nanodiamonds with biological systems by increasing of the homogeneity and circularity was developed. e potential of nanodiamonds for future medical and biological research was demonstrated on particles with complex surface architectures that enabled targeting and therapy of tumor cells. Moreover, a strong and highly selective affinity of fibroblast growth factors to diamond...
Video Quality Monitoring Using NetFlow
Havlík, Jan ; Grégr, Matěj (referee) ; Matoušek, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis is about creating new tools for a video transfer quality monitoring. It consists of a client-server architecture, where the client is gathering video quality statistics and passes those statistics to the server. The server updates relevant NetFlow IPFIX records with these statistics. The project includes video encoding, packet encapsulation and Internet protocols related to this topic. The architecture is written in a C language for a UNIX operating system.
History of Czech Music Theory till the 20th Century
Hruška, Viktor ; HAVLÍK, Jaromír (advisor) ; TICHÝ, Vladimír (referee)
The thesis consists of two parts: summary of the history of the czech music theory from the epoch of Charles IV. till the beginning of the 20th century and topics of the original research. The latter one contains three studies published during the doctoral programme. The first serve as a draft of an editorial note for the future reedition of the major theoretical work by Jakub Jan Ryba (Rudimentary and general basics to all the art of music). The second one deals with the rediscovery of one of the oldest harmony textbooks in czech. The third describes the beginnings of czech music acoustics in 19th century.

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