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Design of Personal Submarines for Scientific Expeditions
Král, Ondřej ; Chorý, Tomáš (referee) ; Rubínová, Dana (advisor)
The topic of this diploma thesis is design of a personal submarine for scientific purposes. The main goal is to solve analysed problems, meet the technical requirements, adequate ergonomic solution and morphology for the environment in which the vessel will be employed.
The Reverse Logistics in Selected Company
Nečasová, Sára ; Skřehot, Tomáš (referee) ; Milichovský, František (advisor)
The thesis deals with reverse logistics in the manufacturing company German Motor Parts CZ, s.r.o. Based on the theoretical background, it carries out research and analysis of the company's activities from the logistics perspective. It examines reverse logistics activities, such as complaints and waste management, as well as conventional logistics activities from purchase to dispatch. The aim of the thesis is to suggest corrective measures that will lead to an improvement of reverse logistics in the company.
Cavitation onset by liquid acceleration
Mračko, Patrik ; Burda, Radim (referee) ; Rudolf, Pavel (advisor)
The main goal of bachelor’s thesis is description of complex phenomenon of cavitation caused by acceleration and design of experiment focusing on its observation. Thesis consist of two parts. Theoretic research focusing on basic information about cavitation, its formation and significance. Second part is design of experimental observation with help of high-speed camera, evaluation of possible complications which may occur and their solution. Conclusion proposes possible application for research in area of wastewater treatment.
Critical thinking of high school students - method of verification of the news
Mališová, Iva ; Miessler, Jan (advisor) ; Wolák, Radim (referee)
Thesis "Critical thinking of high school students - the method of verification of the news" focuses on the analysis of the media literacy of Czech high school students. The aim of the work was to find out how students validate information and whether they do so at all. I also focused on their critical thinking of the news and if they are able to recognize misinformation. I divided this thesis into two parts - theoretical part and the analysis. In the theoretical part, I focused on media concepts, issues of the digital media era and the inclusion of media education in the curriculum. I divided the research into two parts - quantitative and qualitative. In the first part of the research, I sent a questionnaire to the students from various high schools. I got 339 responses. Then I went deeper into the topic and did individual interviews with a sample of 11 students. The results of the questionnaire survey revealed that students are able to work with various sources of information, in most of them verify reports, and almost all can recognize misinformation. Due to the already conducted research of media literacy in the Czech Republic, I did not expect this positive result. However, in individual interviews in which I treated the respondents more in depth, the weaknesses of their media education became...
Everyday life of the inhabitants of Habry from the time of normalization to the present.
Semerád, Jan ; Hlaváček, Jiří (advisor) ; Krátká, Lenka (referee)
The diploma thesis is focused on the town of Habry and its everyday life. It deals with the life changes of local inhabitants in the period from the late sixties to the present. The main objective is to report on the changes in everyday life as they are perceived and reflected and evaluated by the local inhabitants. The thesis focuses on the fundamental topics of life in countryside. The research focuses on both the areas of employment and the closely related themes of transport, civic amenities, leisure time and important historical moments. The thesis is aimed at the changes that occurred in these areas in Habry during the concerned period. This thesis is based on field research, which is based on the method of oral history and acquired semi-structured interviews with local inhabitants. The practical part is preceded by a theoretical part, which proceeds from professional and thematic literature. The sources of information in this area also include the locally focused press and literature, including archive documents maintained by the Habry Municipal Office. Key words: Habry, everyday life, history, research, oral history
Management of major orienteering events
Lavičková, Michaela ; Crossan, William Morea (advisor) ; Med, Daniel (referee)
Name: Management of major orienteering events Goal: The main goal of this thesis is to determine and summarize basic managerial methods important for successful organization of major sporting events, with focus on orienteering. These methods will be described more in detail to support potential organizers of main orienteering events and so to help to bring professionalism to delivery of the event. Methods: In this work a mixed method approach was used for the data collection as well as for analysis of collected data. Information about events were collected through questionnaires, analyzed with basic statistic methods such as mean, median or correlation and visualized in graph. Correlations were critically evaluated considering logical interrelation of two variables. Results: The results showed a crucial role in success of any orienteering event plays functionality of organizing committee - its satisfaction, commitment and coherence. Even though, organizing committees doesn't necessarily have any professional education in sport event management, years of organizing national and grass root events gave them enough experience to organize successfully major orienteering events, considering their own objectives. Keywords: world class events, organization, world cup, world championships, research,...
Inclusive education of children with cochlear implants
Svobodová, Bára ; Hádková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Bartoňová, Miroslava (referee)
This work concerns the inclusive education of children with cochlear implants (CI). The theoretical part is devoted to the introduction to the issue of hearing impairments and their diagnostics. It provides informations on the issue of the cochlear implant and its history. It describes companies producing cochlear implants and implantation of their products in specific hospitals in the Czech Republic. The last theoretical chapter focuses on the education of children with CI, supporting measures and it contains selected studies about teachers' opinions on the inclusion of these children. The practical part of the work was carried out in the form of an online questionnaire survey inspired by one of the studies (Dulčić a Bakota, 2009) mentioned in the theoretical part. The research was enriched by open and semi-closed questions to obtain qualitative data, in addition to the quantitative part. The basis of the research was to find: whether teachers welcome the inclusion of children with CI. Further aims of the research were to find: how teachers are informed about the cochlear implant, what are the opinions of interviewed teachers on the inclusion of children with CI into their schools and how interviewed teachers are experienced with these children. Research has shown that the vast majority of teachers fully...
Stakeholder consultation: needs assessment
Dvořáčková, Jana ; Rozsíval, F. ; Slezáková, Katarína
The text was created in the framework of the Gender Equality Academy project which aims to develop and implement a high-quality capacity-building programme on gender equality in research, innovation and higher education. It presents an overview of the results of 1) quantitative survey and 2) qualitative interviews mapping the training needs of different target audiences (HR managers, management of research performing organizations, gender trainers and experts, researchers) to help tailor the future capacity-building programme to their needs.
Open Access: a scientist´s perspective
Seeberger, Peter H.
The presentation discusses open access and its implications on publishing from the scientists perspective. As a chemist and biochemist who directs a department of 90 coworkers as well as the editor-in-chief of the platinum open access journal “Beilstein Journal for Organic Chemistry” the author can offer different perspectives.
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