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Maroslav Tyrš for the School of the Third Millenium
Nosek, Tomáš ; Parry Martínková, Irena (advisor) ; Bednář, Miloš (referee)
Název: Miroslav Tyrš pro školu třetího tisíciletí Miroslav Tyrš for the School of the Third Millenium Cíle práce: Cílem této práce je napsat životopis a přehled díla Miroslava Tyrše, který by měl sloužit širší pedagogické veřejnosti jako výchozí text k poznání Tyrše a Tyršovy doby, kdy došlo k dovršení národního obrození. Text by měl podat komplexní informaci o Tyršově mnohostranném působení tak, aby pedagog věděl, jaké zdroje má vyhledat při zaujetí konkrétním tématem. Metody: Literárně - historická analýza, interpretace pramenů. Klíčová slova: Miroslav Tyrš, Sokol, národní obrození, tělocvik, výchova, národ, kalokagathia
Football as an extracurricular activity at a grammar school
Nosek, Tomáš ; Buzek, Mario (advisor) ; Kokštejn, Jakub (referee)
Title: Football as an extracurricular activity at a grammar school. Objective: This issue has already been written many works. Most of the research that I have studied, however, carried out in primary schools. Therefore, I decided to deal with this issue at grammar schools, because I think that students of grammar schools no longer have that study as much free time for extracurricular activities. The aim of my thesis is to find out how they stand football as an extracurricular activity with regard to other activities for children in this age. Furthermore, how much free time students have grammar schools, and how to handle this free time. Whether their school offers some activities or rings that could children in their spare time to attend. In conclusion, I followed the doctor Tomas Malkus discovered his opinion on stretching and compensation exercises in sports. Methods: Data were collected by the method of quantitative questioning a particular interrogation method using an anonymous questionnaire with open and closed questions and structured interviews with open and closed questions. To the the research sample included respondents are of the grammar school above the table. The questionnaires will work out a controlled interview results and converts them through text and graphs in this thesis....
Czech Nuclear Law
Nosek, Tomáš ; Damohorský, Milan (advisor) ; Sobotka, Michal (referee)
This thesis goes into the czech nuclear law, i.e. the set of legal norms adjusting the terms of use of ionizing radiation and nuclear energy in order to ensure the protection of citizens, workers, property and environment against ill-effects of irradiation. The thesis has two main objectives. The first one is to provide a systematic insight into the corresponding existing czech legislation and its structure. To that end, the object and the subject matter of the nuclear law including the legal and real substance of its basic terms are analyzed. Furthermore, the text concerns itself with the international and european enactment, i.e. international treaties effective in the Czech Republic, organizations, in which the Czech Republic participates, Euratom and its secondary law. The role, recent importance and also original intent of organizations and treaties are emphasized. It is followed by the analysis of the existing municipal law of the Czech Republic, which is mainly inherent in the nuclear act and subsequent implementing legislation. The principles of nuclear law, framework of administration and competence of state agencies or other public institutions, character of activities within the use of ionizing radiation and nuclear energy and liability for nuclear damage are discussed. The second objective is to...
Evaluate of individual and groups abilities in a football game
Nosek, Tomáš ; Buzek, Mario (advisor) ; Kokštejn, Jakub (referee)
Title: Evaluate of individual and groups abilities in a football game. Objectives: Determine the level of playing skills of players of the Czech and Spanish teams in terms of older products based on video games and of course the video draw results. Methods: For this work I used the observational method is based on observation, namely the method of indirect observation. From the observation results and draw converts them via text and graphs in your Bachelor thesis. Results: In the assessment of individual gaming activities in terms of games I have concluded that between Czech and foreign team are significant differences not only in gaming activities in the adult soccer, but they are apparent already in the youth categories. Perhaps the biggest differences between the earlier of SK Slavia Praha and Espanyol Barcelona in passes I noticed, in personal combat, while the overall movement in the field. Keywords: Football, older prep school, age-specific features, gaming performance, younger pupils
Study of neutrino oscillations at the NOvA experiment
Nosek, Tomáš ; Soustružník, Karel (advisor)
NOvA is a two detector long-baseline neutrino oscillation experiment using Fermilab's 700 kW NuMI neutrino beam. It studies the disappearance of muon (anti)neutrinos and the appearance of electron (anti)neutrinos in the beam over a distance of 810 km be- tween the detectors. This thesis presents the latest 2020 update of the NOvA neutrino oscillation analysis within the standard model of three neutrinos mixing. With about +50% new data in NuMI neutrino mode (+22% of the total available data) and nu- merous analysis upgrades compared to the previously reported results, the experiment has made over 4σ-significant observation of electron antineutrino appearance in muon antineutrino beam and constrained the oscillation parameters |∆m2 32|, sin2 θ23 and δCP. The text closely depicts the analysis and all its novelties and changes. A detailed inspec- tion is dedicated to the systematic uncertainties and their estimation and validation. Although statistical uncertainties currently dominate in these measurements, under- standing the major sources of systematic uncertainties and their correlations is vital for both the interpretation and precision of the results and for further improvements of the analysis. 1
Study of neutrino oscillations at the NOvA experiment
Nosek, Tomáš ; Soustružník, Karel (advisor) ; Roskovec, Bedřich (referee) ; Zálešák, Jaroslav (referee)
NOvA is a two detector long-baseline neutrino oscillation experiment using Fermilab's 700 kW NuMI neutrino beam. It studies the disappearance of muon (anti)neutrinos and the appearance of electron (anti)neutrinos in the beam over a distance of 810 km be- tween the detectors. This thesis presents the latest 2020 update of the NOvA neutrino oscillation analysis within the standard model of three neutrinos mixing. With about +50% new data in NuMI neutrino mode (+22% of the total available data) and nu- merous analysis upgrades compared to the previously reported results, the experiment has made over 4σ-significant observation of electron antineutrino appearance in muon antineutrino beam and constrained the oscillation parameters |∆m2 32|, sin2 θ23 and δCP. The text closely depicts the analysis and all its novelties and changes. A detailed inspec- tion is dedicated to the systematic uncertainties and their estimation and validation. Although statistical uncertainties currently dominate in these measurements, under- standing the major sources of systematic uncertainties and their correlations is vital for both the interpretation and precision of the results and for further improvements of the analysis. 1
Czech Nuclear Law
Nosek, Tomáš ; Damohorský, Milan (advisor) ; Sobotka, Michal (referee)
This thesis goes into the czech nuclear law, i.e. the set of legal norms adjusting the terms of use of ionizing radiation and nuclear energy in order to ensure the protection of citizens, workers, property and environment against ill-effects of irradiation. The thesis has two main objectives. The first one is to provide a systematic insight into the corresponding existing czech legislation and its structure. To that end, the object and the subject matter of the nuclear law including the legal and real substance of its basic terms are analyzed. Furthermore, the text concerns itself with the international and european enactment, i.e. international treaties effective in the Czech Republic, organizations, in which the Czech Republic participates, Euratom and its secondary law. The role, recent importance and also original intent of organizations and treaties are emphasized. It is followed by the analysis of the existing municipal law of the Czech Republic, which is mainly inherent in the nuclear act and subsequent implementing legislation. The principles of nuclear law, framework of administration and competence of state agencies or other public institutions, character of activities within the use of ionizing radiation and nuclear energy and liability for nuclear damage are discussed. The second objective is to...
Football as an extracurricular activity at a grammar school
Nosek, Tomáš ; Buzek, Mario (advisor) ; Kokštejn, Jakub (referee)
Title: Football as an extracurricular activity at a grammar school. Objective: This issue has already been written many works. Most of the research that I have studied, however, carried out in primary schools. Therefore, I decided to deal with this issue at grammar schools, because I think that students of grammar schools no longer have that study as much free time for extracurricular activities. The aim of my thesis is to find out how they stand football as an extracurricular activity with regard to other activities for children in this age. Furthermore, how much free time students have grammar schools, and how to handle this free time. Whether their school offers some activities or rings that could children in their spare time to attend. In conclusion, I followed the doctor Tomas Malkus discovered his opinion on stretching and compensation exercises in sports. Methods: Data were collected by the method of quantitative questioning a particular interrogation method using an anonymous questionnaire with open and closed questions and structured interviews with open and closed questions. To the the research sample included respondents are of the grammar school above the table. The questionnaires will work out a controlled interview results and converts them through text and graphs in this thesis....
Studium parametrů oscilací neutrin v experimentu NOvA
Nosek, Tomáš ; Soustružník, Karel (advisor) ; Leitner, Rupert (referee)
This thesis aims at the neutrino oscillations phenomena and the role of longbaseline neutrino oscillation experiments and NOνA in particular in oscillation parameters search. The standard formalism of 3 neutrinos model is described, NOνA experiment and its main features and physics goals (mixing angles θ13 and θ23, CP violation, the value of the CP phase δ and mass hierarchy determination) are introduced. The effects of media to neutrino propagation are explained and effective matter oscillation parameters are derived. The way to resolve the mass hierarchy exploiting matter effects in long-baseline neutrino oscillation experiments is depicted and consequent problems regarding the recent knowledge of oscillation parameters, i.e. δ-, θ13- and θ23-degeneracies, are discussed. In the last part GLoBES software is used to simulate NOνA results and to compute the estimated sensitivities to the mass hierarchy in case of 3 years ν run and 1.5ν+1.5ν years run in order to show the advantage of an earlier switch to antineutrino mode in mass hierarchy determination.
Fyzika oscilací neutrin na experimentu NOvA
Nosek, Tomáš ; Soustružník, Karel (advisor) ; Roskovec, Bedřich (referee)
This thesis goes into the physics of neutrino oscillations and into possibility of measuring some of its parameters in the NOνA experiment: the mass hierarchy determination, whether there is a CP violation in neutrino oscillations, or the value of mixing angles θ13 and θ23 in particular. The standard formalism of 3 neutrinos model is summarized and the effect of matter to neutrino propagation through space is clarified. It is explained how to get information on yet unknown oscillation parameters. Using analytical approximations expected probabilities of muon to electron neutrino oscillation in NOνA configuration are calculated for different combinations of the mass hierarchy, CP violation, or angles that could be realized in nature. Main features of the NOνA experiment, its sensitivity and basic character of the results that can be obtained are described.

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