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Tree productions of Capek's The Robber at The Vinohrady Theater
Psota, Pavel ; Topolová, Barbara (advisor) ; Pšenička, Martin (referee)
The aim of the bachelor thesis is to characterize three last stage productions of the Vinohrady theatre of the play Loupeznik by the well known playwright, author and a democrat Karel Čapek. Karel Čapek was one of the most remarkable authors of the 1920s and 1930s. The author of this thesis attempts to make a reconstruction of the last three stage productions of Loupeznik at the Vinohrady theatre based on available infomation found. The first and oldest one being stage production of 1972 by the director Frantisek Stepanek. The second one being the stage production by director Jan Novak of 1988. And the last and newest one is the stage production by director Thomas Topfer of 2015. The more detailed analysis will be provided to the first and third production respectively because of the more information available for these including the video recording of these two productions. On the other hand, for the second production very little material being available and thus to reconstruct this 1988 one based on the material was very difficult. In the order to reconstruct the productions the author bases his research upon archival theater reviews and studies in particular periodicals, photographical material from the productions and in some cases also audiovisual recordings. Other resources include also the...
Surface profilometry by digital holography
Psota, Pavel ; Lédl, Vít ; Kaván, František ; Matoušek, O. ; Mokrý, P.
This paper presents newly developed method for measurement of surface topography based on frequency scanning digital holography. Digital holography allows for direct computation of the phase field of the wavefront scattered by an object. A tuning of the light source optical frequency results in linear phase variation with respect to the optical frequency. Slope of the linear function in every single pixel corresponds to absolute measurement of optical path difference and thus topography map of the surface can be retrieved. Principle of this contactless method is introduced and experimentally verified. The method can be used for measurement of complex geometries of common manufacturing parts as well as for topography measurement of complex composite structures, and active acoustic metasurfaces.
Collimator - test readiness review
Budasz, Jiří ; Kaván, František ; Kredba, Jan ; Lédl, Vít ; Mach, Marek ; Pleštil, Jan ; Psota, Pavel ; Steiger, Lukáš ; Tomka, David ; Václavík, Jan ; Veselý, Martin
This document describes the test procedure applicable to the overall functional test of the NEOSTED collimator.\nThe test to be performed according to this procedure are to demonstrate the compliance of the above item to the requirements specified in the applicable document as part of the overall verification program. The test results shall be collected in a Test Report.
Neostel collimator realization detailed optical design
Lédl, Vít ; Pleštil, Jan ; Psota, Pavel ; Steiger, Lukáš ; Václavík, Jan ; Tomáš, V.
The aim of this document is to describe the optical design of the Alignment Collimator for the NEOSTEL telescope. The document describes proposed optical and mechanical design. It consists of several parts: Optical design and its tolerance analysis, Ghost image analysis, Stray light analysis, Mechanical design and FEM analysis.
Reflectivity of a mirror in XUV spectral region (46.9 nm).
Schmidt, Jiří ; Koláček, Karel ; Štraus, Jaroslav ; Frolov, Oleksandr ; Prukner, Václav ; Melich, Radek ; Psota, Pavel ; Sobota, Jaroslav ; Fořt, Tomáš
A focusing mirror as an optical element is used in our applications that require light collection (e.g. for laser ablation studies). A knowledge of the mirror reflectivity is important for determination of focused laser pulse energy, or for determination of local fluencies near the laser focus. The reflectivity of our spherical focusing mirror with(/without) multi-layer coating was measured. Reflection coefficients of this mirror in a long period of time are also reported. Further, the incidence-angle dependence of the XUV reflectivity of flat mirrors is presented as well.
Psota, Pavel ; Doleček, Roman ; Lédl, Vít ; Vojtíšek, Petr ; Vít, T. ; Matoušek, Ondřej
This paper presents a digital holographic method for measurement and visualization of temperature distribution in 3-D space. It is based on measurement of phase information along various projections followed by a tomographic reconstruction of the 3-D temperature distribution. The method is experimentally proved and some results are presented in this paper.
P3-TOP-TN-15001 Achievable microroughness of ASPIICS optical glass elements
Bartoníček, Jiří ; Budasz, Jiří ; Hadincová, Ivana ; Horodyská, Petra ; Kaucká, Iva ; Kovačičinová, Jana ; Lédl, Vít ; Melich, Radek ; Pleštil, Jan ; Poláková, Ivana ; Procháska, František ; Psota, Pavel ; Rail, Zdeněk ; Šípová, Gabriela ; Šrajer, Bohdan ; Ulrichová, Iva ; Václavík, Jan ; Vápenka, David ; Vít, Tomáš
The scope of this document is describe a test that investigates an achievable micro-roughness realized on different types of optical glasses [R1] that are planned to be employed for realization of PROBA3 coronagraph telescope. The test is realized with respect to the technological manufacturing possibilities of optical elements at TOPTEC facility.
Witness sample of M1 protrusion
Melich, Radek ; Psota, Pavel ; Rail, Zdeněk ; Franců, Helena ; Hadincová, Ivana
Development of the technological process of M1 protrusion witness samples with a characteristic surface strength > 70MPa and realization of technology demonstrators.
Microroughness of the superpolished coated sample
Melich, Radek ; Kovačičinová, Jana ; Lédl, Vít ; Matoušek, Ondřej ; Pintr, Pavel ; Pleštil, Jan ; Polák, Jaroslav ; Possolt, Martin ; Procháska, František ; Psota, Pavel ; Rail, Zdeněk ; Tomka, David ; Vít, Tomáš
This document describes a test of microroughness change after coating of the representative sample of the METIS mirror surface with respect to microroughness.
Feasibility study for the measurement uncertainties in the proces of measurement of optical surfaces with aim to determine the total amount of errors and to recomend procedures for their minimizing
Lédl, Vít ; Psota, Pavel
For the purpose of development of precision instruments and measuring methods based on optical principles there is an analysis of the measurement uncertainties and error sources made. Experimental verification of derived dependencies is done. In conclusion summarization of a series of recommendations to minimize measurement uncertainties is made.

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