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Architect Jiří Voženílek in Zlín
Svoboda, Jiří ; Prof.Ing.arch.Robert Špaček,CSc. (referee) ; Králová, Eva (referee) ; Koutný, Jan (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
Jiří Voženílek was born on August 14th, 1909 in Holešov. He attended high school in Prague, where he also studied architecture at the ČVUT and he became a university professor at this institution in the 1960’s. Later, he became the main architect of The Capital of Prague. He started to work for the Baťa Company on April 20th, 1937. His first task was to assist the architect Vladimír Karfík on the Roman Catholic Church project in Otrokovice-Baťov. Then he became the leader of the collective 276, Construction Department no. 8 and the head architect as well. He cooperated with architect Jaroslav Fragner for the Baťa Company on the creation of the urban concept called The Industrial City of Kolín in 1940-41. He created an interesting industrial project, The Rendering Plant in Otrokovice–Baťov on his own. Several of his other architectural works can be found in the former Baťa factory in Zlín, particularly the factory buildings no. 15 (built in 1946-47) and no. 14 (built in 1947-48). However, the most famous work of Jiří Voženílek is the Collective House in Zlín. He is the author of many famous urban projects in his homeland and around the world as well. He became the head of the group of architects who created the Regulation Plan of Zlín in 1946-47, which is valid even today.
Evaluation of industrial heritage
Navrátil, Oldřich ; Králová, Eva (referee) ; Zemánek, Václav (referee) ; Ryšková, Michaela (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
The main subject is evaluation of effective use in terms of care (not only within protection of monuments) in order to save and protect industrial heritage. Pointing out on critical issues connected with the end of production of traditional branches which played the key role in historical development of our cities. Nowadays abandoned buildings and sites are represented by memory of the place or its prosperity. New owners often don't share the positive approach to the industrial heritage, developers are seeking new sites, cities and inhabitants have developed new needs through the time. The work will demonstrate examples within European context and will make recommendations in monitoring and classification of industrial heritage to prevent undo able losses.
Evaluation criteria of industrial heritage - practical application
Zelik, Radovan ; Hrabec, Josef (referee) ; Králová, Eva (referee) ; Staňková, Eva (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
The protection of monuments in Slovakia is mostly concentrated on „classical“ examples of cultural heritage (castles, historical city centers). It is not paying much attention to industrial buildings, which are important documents of national development in European context from the era of industrialization. These buildings are often also on the edge of public interest, due to their brownfield character, what places then into the great risk. Because many of these buildings are in private hands, it is often complicated to define the protection policy. It is in the interest of healthy development of society to protect cultural heritage as part of its own identity. The thesis is monitoring approaches to protection of monuments in Slovakia, as well as in global context and offers alternative approaches in terms of protection of industrial heritage.
Historical brewery - potential for regional development
Mosler, Štěpán ; Boháč, Ivo (referee) ; Králová, Eva (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
Nowadays there are hundreds of breweries scattered throughout Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia, waiting for their new future. They are either abandoned or in private property. In the worst case they have been deteriorating with no hope of recovery. There are not many left. It is very difficult to find a new function and especially enlightened investor. Important thing is how we will treat with these structures in the future. Will we use this unique potential, or leave this place for a new function? Which way we can choose? What is the potential of these buildings and what they need? This thesis attempts to briefly describe and demonstrate the value of brewery architecture which due to dramatic changes in society became endangered. And to offer possible solutions for the preservation this unique buildings their charm and atmosphere for the next generations.
Modeling the frequency of unreported claims at the policy level
Králová, Eva ; Mazurová, Lucie (advisor) ; Hendrych, Radek (referee)
In this thesis we study policy-level models for unreported claim counts. We assume that the total number of claims on a policy follows a Poisson or negative binomial dis- tribution. The parameters of these distributions depend on the risk exposure introduced in the thesis, we also describe possible methods of calculating the risk exposure. We derive distributions for the number of reported and unreported claims, both of which are dependent on the report lag time of a claim. To estimate the parameters of these distributions, we use the maximum likelihood method. We demonstrate the performance of the models via a simulation study. 1
Crossroods of europian socio-economic classifications: Evaluation of new europian socio-economic classification ESeC in Czech Republic
Králová, Eva ; Tuček, Milan (advisor) ; Kuchař, Pavel (referee)
This diploma presents a Czech part of international research that deals with the new European socio-economic classification, ESeC. It has been organized under the auspices of Eurostat, contributing to the effort to harmonize the measuring of socio-economic structure. My paper is focused on the description of the main principles from which the categorization is constructed and on one of the methods of its content validity evaluation in Czech society. This evaluation presents the question of whether criteria being used by this categorization respond well to criteria being used by people when evaluating their own and others' socio-economic status. Specifically, I will first describe two main theoretic approaches to studying socioeconomic inequalities and the consequent socio-economic categorizations that inspired the construction of the ESeC. In addition to this, I will describe the evolution of several statusforming criteria in Czech society. The analytic part of my paper brings a basic exploration of ideas concerning which aspects of work Czechs consider important and explores to what extent different ESeC criteria influence individuals' evaluation of their own status in society. Finally, I will present a case study that analyzes the subjective categorizations of respondents and the respondents'...
Management vodního hospodářství v obci Plenkovice
Králová, Eva
The bachelor thesis „Water management in the village Plenkovice“ is focused on the study of water management - drinking water, rainwater and wastewater in the village of Plenkovice. The study is based on detailed field research, and data collection and information on the problem solved. The theoretical part deals with the management of water management, including valid legislation. The practical part describes the area of interest of Plenkovice. The result of the work is the detailed description of sewerage in the village, a description of the WWTP (Waste Water Treatment Plant), the price of water and sewage and the amount of wastewater drainage. The following part deals with drinking water supply, consumption of drinking water and the price development of drinking water. Further work focuses on the management of rainwater and retention tanks. The last part contains a proposal for measures to increase the use of rainwater and the possibility of applying for a subsidy title "Dešťovka". The discussion compares the water and sewage price with the national average and compares the water consumption with the water consumption in the Czech Republic and the South Moravian Region.
Historical brewery - potential for regional development
Mosler, Štěpán ; Boháč, Ivo (referee) ; Králová, Eva (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
Nowadays there are hundreds of breweries scattered throughout Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia, waiting for their new future. They are either abandoned or in private property. In the worst case they have been deteriorating with no hope of recovery. There are not many left. It is very difficult to find a new function and especially enlightened investor. Important thing is how we will treat with these structures in the future. Will we use this unique potential, or leave this place for a new function? Which way we can choose? What is the potential of these buildings and what they need? This thesis attempts to briefly describe and demonstrate the value of brewery architecture which due to dramatic changes in society became endangered. And to offer possible solutions for the preservation this unique buildings their charm and atmosphere for the next generations.

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