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Nanosecond laser damage of metallic mirrors
Muresan, Mihai-George ; Pilná, Kateřina ; Čech, Pavel ; Mydlář, Martin ; Vanda, Jan ; Navrátil, Petr
Laser surface processing is an established method to introduce surface functionalities on solid surfaces with the required throughputs for a commercial process. Fabrication of laser induced surface structures in an effective matter is done by laser interaction studies, which reveal the best processing parameters (laser wavelength, fluence, repetition, together with the processing speed and environment). Customized solutions are providing the best yields and they are being implemented faster than ever. However, the optics manufacturers are not being to keep up the pace with the new requirements, so they turn instead on older, but safer technology. In order to get a better understanding of optics capabilities, thorough testing is required. Common laser metallic mirrors, commercially available, are being rigorously tested using a nanosecond Yb:YAG laser and the results are compared with the vendor’s information.\n
Non-compete clauses in the competition law of the European Union and selected member states.
Klímová, Eva ; Šmejkal, Václav (advisor) ; Navrátil, Petr (referee)
Non - compete clauses in the competition law of the European union and selected member states This diploma thesis is focused on the use and regulation of non-compete clauses in the competition law of the European Union, the Czech Republic and Great Britain. The aim of this thesis is to analyse the applicable regulation and decision-making practice of the relevant authorities concerning the non-compete clauses in the selected jurisdictions, draw a comparison between them and, at the end of each chapter, make an evaluation to what extent does the relevant practice differ on the level of European law, the law of the Czech Republic or Great Britain. The thesis is mainly dedicated to the use of non-compete clauses in lease and acquisition agreements. The first chapter is focused on the theoretical introduction to the matter, containing a short summary of the fundamental regulation and soft law of the competition authorities. The second chapter is centred around the analysis of decisions concerning the non-compete clauses in lease agreements. The individual decisions are examined and compared at the end of the second chapter. The comparison is made by using the division of the anti-competitive agreements to the categories of "object-type agreements" and "effect-type agreements". The third chapter is concentrates...
European Regulation of Victims' Rights
Lebl, Ondřej ; Scheu, Harald Christian (advisor) ; Navrátil, Petr (referee)
European regulation of crime victims' rights Abstract The thesis deals with regulation of crime victims' rights at the level of the European Union and the Council of Europe. It aims to summarize its bases, current legal regulation as well as its possible development in the near future, and endeavours to assess the level to which the existing secondary EU law reflects the human-rights basis of the victims' rights. The first part of the thesis introduces human-rights basis of the victims' rights, represented by the Convention, the Charter and related case-law of the ECtHR and CJEU, which guarantees access to justice, thus right to an effective remedy and right to a fair trial, particularly to victims of violent crime. Victims also have the right to protection from repeat victimization and must not be discriminated. Next parts of the thesis analyze current legal regulation of the Council of Europe, where Convention on Compensation is a crucial binding tool, and of the European Union, where relatively developed regulation of victims' rights exists in form of directives providing for minimal rules of harmonization. The horizontal Victims' Rights Directive constitutes the cornerstone of this regulation. It provides victims of all criminal offences with rights connected to their participation in criminal...
Non-contractual liability of the EU
Navrátil, Petr ; Svoboda, Pavel (referee)
1 Non-contractual liability of the EU Abstract The aim of this thesis is to systemize the history of EU non-contractual liability; to analyse in detail the current concept of non-contractual liability of the EU, including procedural and substantive law aspects; to present a brief comparative analysis of selected national legal systems and their role in the regarding the general principles common to the laws of the Member States (and vice versa to reflect on the influence of EU non-contractual liability and its' possible role in the europeanization of administrative law); to contextualise non-contractual liability of the EU (with regard to constitutional, international and national aspects) and to consider compensation for damages caused by the EU as a tool for (un)effective judicial protection of individuals. Research methods are content analysis and comparison. This thesis is divided into seven chapters. The first chapter is introductory and defines the subject of research, the methods used and terminology. The second chapter deals with an analysis of the current state of professional debate on non-contractual liability of the EU. The main part of the thesis focuses on the identification of problems connected to non-contractual liability of the EU and contextualization of those problems. In that regard...
Anonymization of PCAP Files
Navrátil, Petr ; Hynek, Jiří (referee) ; Holkovič, Martin (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the design and implementation of an application suitable for the anonymization of PCAP files. The thesis presents TCP/IP model and for each layer highlights attributes that can be used to identify real people or organizations. Some of the anonymization methods suitable to modify highlighted attributes and sensitive data are described. The implemented application uses TShark tool to parse byte data of PCAP format to JSON format that is used in the application. TShark supports lots of network protocols which allows the application to anonymize various attributes.  Anonymization process is controlled by anonymization politics that can be customized by adding new attributes or anonymization methods.
Regulation of DC hub dynamo
Navrátil, Petr ; Knobloch, Jan (referee) ; Huták, Petr (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor’s thesis is the theoretical preparation, design and implementation of a DC converter for a bicycle charge dynamo with compensation for its large inductance. The designed converter will be able to use the maximal power of the dynamo.
Non-contractual liability of the EU
Navrátil, Petr ; Tomášek, Michal (advisor) ; Král, Richard (referee) ; Sehnálek, David (referee)
Non-contractual liability of the EU Abstract The aim of this thesis is to systemize the history of EU non-contractual liability; to analyse in detail the current concept of non-contractual liability of the EU, including procedural and substantive law aspects; to present a brief comparative analysis of selected national legal systems and their role in the regarding the general principles common to the laws of the Member States (and vice versa to reflect on the influence of EU non-contractual liability and its' possible role in the europeanization of administrative law); to contextualise non-contractual liability of the EU (with regard to constitutional, international and national aspects) and to consider compensation for damages caused by the EU as a tool for (un)effective judicial protection of individuals. Research methods are content analysis and comparison. This thesis is divided into seven chapters. The first chapter is introductory and defines the subject of research, the methods used and terminology. The second chapter deals with an analysis of the current state of professional debate on non-contractual liability of the EU. The main part of the thesis focuses on the identification of problems connected to non-contractual liability of the EU and contextualization of those problems. In that regard...
A Reading Diary Application
Navrátil, Petr ; Podivínský, Jakub (referee) ; Krčma, Martin (advisor)
Development of information technology enables us to take notes of all kind in more comfortable, electronic way than as it was in written form. Improvement can be seen for example in case of reading diaries which were mostly hand-written when we first got in touch with them in elementary school. This Bachelor's thesis is focusing on creating an application suitable for writing a personal reading diary. Application will enable user to fill own literary analysis, track reading time of books or add books to user's individual lists which will represent shelves as known from libraries. Users will be able to share their books and shelves with other users.
From the Ordo of Mainz up to the Liber visionum: the concept of the medieval kingship under the rule of Henry II and Henry III in the mirror of selected historical sources
Navrátil, Petr ; Suchánek, Drahomír (advisor) ; Drška, Václav (referee)
The purpose of the study is to analyse and to compare the reign of two rulers of Francia Orientalis - Henry II and Henry III. The reason for the author's research is that the conception of the legitimization of kingship is nowadays a highly discussed issue and it is one of the most significant tasks the medieval research is facing. Methods used in this study are analysis and comparison. The study is composed of six chapters, each of them dealing with different aspect of the legitimization of kingship. Chapter One is introductory and defines basic terminology used in the study. Chapter Two examines relevant specialized discursus. Chapter Three deals with the sources of medieval thinking and consists of three parts. Part One explains the terms of sacrality and legitimacy. Part Two focuses on the roots of sacral kingship. Part Three investigates the history of legitimization of kingship in the Frankish Empire. Chapter Four is subdivided into four parts and it mainly provides an outline of Henry's II reign and examines relevant historical sources. Part One discusses the policy of Henry's predecessor Otto III. Part Two is an analysis of relevant historical sources. Part Three examines Henry's policy. Intermediate conclusions are drawn in Part Four. Chapter Five endeavours to explain and analyse the...

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