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Economic Analysis of Organizing Ice Hockey World Championship 2015 in Ostrava and Prague
Halásová, Michaela ; Soudek, Jan (advisor) ; Fišerová, Tereza (referee)
In many cases the organization of major sport events brings various benefits to hosting economies, especially those resulting from encouraged tourism. However, these events carry extensive costs coming mostly from public resources which could be used for other purposes, e.g. healthcare. The main goal of this thesis is to analyze the socioeconomic impact of the Ice Hockey World Championship 2015 on Prague and the Moravian-Silesian Region using a Cost-Benefit Analysis in which costs and benefits are summed up and benefit-cost ratio calculated. In our analysis we conclude that the event was beneficial not only for the Czech Ice Hockey Association; the hosting organization reporting profit of 450 million CZK before taxes but also for the regions with a benefit-cost ratio of 5.53, meaning that the benefit created equals 5.53 times the amount the regions invested into the event. Moreover, in this analysis we confirm an overall positive effect of the championship on tourism. Keywords cost-benefit analysis, Ice Hockey World Championship 2015, Prague, Ostrava, Moravian-Silesian Region, economic impact, major sport events, tourism
Correlation between the popularity of the ANO brand in the Moravian-Silesian Region and the success of the elected mayor Tomáš Macura in the 2022 municipal elections
Vítek, Tomáš ; Shavit, Anna (advisor) ; Konrádová, Marcela (referee)
The bachelor's thesis titled Correlation between the Popularity of the ANO Brand in the Moravian-Silesian Region and the Success of Elected Mayor Tomáš Macura in the 2022 Municipal Elections is dedicated to a case study of Tomáš Macura within the framework of municipal politics in Ostrava. The theoretical part of the thesis defines the terms associated with brand, branding, political brand, and personal political brand. It is followed by a chapter on the socio-political context, where the work summarizes the ANO 2011 party's results at different political levels, with a specific focus on the Ostrava region. This chapter also addresses the rise of the ANO 2011 party, along with its history. A subsequent subsection is dedicated directly to Tomáš Macura and his political career. In the analytical part, the thesis delves into the analysis of internal party research and the media visibility of Tomáš Macura prior to the 2022 municipal elections. The result of the study reveals that both parties - Tomáš Macura and the political party ANO 2011 - benefited from their coexistence, thus creating a symbiotic relationship between them.
The destinies of the Jewish population during the transports from Ostrava in 1939-1945
Grögerová, Anetta ; Roginer Hofmeister, Karin (advisor) ; Heroldová, Karolína (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with a regional-historical topic in connection with the Jewish transports from Ostrava in 1939-1945. The main aim of the thesis is to analyse selected testimonies of the survivors of the transports, the process of these deportations and to provide a missing insight into this region-specific and historical phenomenon. Above all, emphasis is placed on a neglected chapter of history, i.e. the very first transport of European Jews, which departed from the Ostrava railway station in 1939. And then the work deals with the transports to the Terezín ghetto between 1942 and 1945. A combination of classical identification of the subject matter using academic literature and recorded audio-visual interviews is used for this examination and subsequent comparison, drawing on the contents of the historical visual archive supported by the USC Shoah Foundation, thanks to access from the Malach Center for Visual History.
Democratic Architecture – Ostrava
Staněk, Lukáš ; Šmédek, František (referee) ; Nový, Vítězslav (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the design of a residential building in an almost neglected location in Moravská Ostrava. The proposal looks for a way how to portray housing as such as community housing applicable in Czech conditions. The result is an adaptable environment that users can choose according to their wishes, as democracy says - about choices, about voting. Its variable and flexible form offers very easily and quickly changes to the program, whatever the advanced age of users, or with the needs for more space for new additions to households. Even the smallest apartments take on a sense of generosity, with pull-out furniture and wall - screens. The interior of the flats is renewed and creats a "room in a room". However, the case study also deals with the housing crisis and the shortage of housing, so the variety of functions are limited mainly to housing. However, the capacity for variation are retained and can be adapted over time to community housing, mixed - used or office space in an attractive location. It addresses the housing crisis comprehensively, and with a choice of apartment sizes ranging from studio apartments to 3 bedroom apartments. This system can be applicable to a variety of areas as well as plots with numerous dimensions. One of the many goals is to connect the public space with the indoor and outdoor space of the building. But it is it is important to maintain the intimacy of not only the semi-public space - the common areas of the building, but also the intimacy of the apartments. The design becomes a meeting point between the city and nature, specifically the roof garden and root purifier located in an unenclosed atrium in the wider centre of Ostrava. At the same time, it is capable of lowering the temperature in a densely populated and sparsely vegetated area.
Democratic Architecture – Ostrava
Šimková, Eliška ; Magnusek, Petr (referee) ; Nový, Vítězslav (advisor)
Democracy is a way to live without fear for the future. It is a choice, but also a change of opinion. It's freedom. It is an opportunity to help each other. The bachelor thesis deals with the topic of democratic architecture and the concept of housing for life. The project completes the gap in Ostrava on Masná Street, opposite the former slaughterhouse, today the new Plato Gallery. The assigned gap is located in today's not very attractive area, which has great potential in the future, which must be used. The work responds to the current situation of unavailability of real estate and seeks an adequate solution to this problem. It finds it in the services of the owner of the apartment, who can rent part of his property and thus help him repay the mortgage earlier, or a tenant who currently has where to live.
Democratic Architecture – Ostrava
Rodová, Eva ; Chovanec, Libor (referee) ; Palaščak, Michal (advisor)
The project deals with the design of an apartment building in the cultural center of Ostrava, which is focused on the creation of the concept of economic and yet high-quality and pleasant democratic housing. The concept is therefore focused on the democratic possibility of choosing one's own flats, which would meet the specific needs of their inhabitants and at the same time represent an ideal balance between minimalist and comfortable living.
Democratic Architecture – Ostrava
Bitarová, Ivana ; Butková, Miriama (referee) ; Palaščak, Michal (advisor)
The subject of my bachelor thesis is the design of a residential house in Ostrava on Masná street. My design is one of four newly proposed objects within the studio, which complement the structure of the of the block development. The function of the building is housing responding responding to current market requirements. In my design I try to to find a new minimalist concept of housing, laid on the edge between price and living space. I work with the idea in which the most important room of the house is the garden, but if everyone builds a house in the countryside, no nature will be left. That's why I decided to use the concept of of a vertical village.
Aerosol size distribution of PAH in urban atmosphere
Bendl, Jan ; Hovorka, Jan (advisor) ; Mikuška, Pavel (referee)
The aim of the study was to determine the 13 health risk PAHs (phenanthrene, anthracene, fluoranthene, pyrene, benzo(a)anthracene, chrysene, benzo(b)fluoranthene, benzo(k)fluoranthene, benzo(a)pyrene, dibenzo(a,h)anthracene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, ideno(1,2,3-cd)perylene and coronene; c-PAU highlighted) in the fractions of size-segregated aerosol of the urban air in Ostrava (2012, 2014) and Mlada Boleslav (2013) at low temperatures in winter, and to verify experimentally a sampling artifact, i.e., to quantify PAHs in the gas phase. For the particle size separation high-volume cascade impactor Hi-Vol BGI 900 was used. PAHs were determined by HPLC-FLD/PDA. In Ostrava in 2012 during the winter inversion (up to -25 řC), mean concentration of 13 PAHs in aerosol was 432 ng.m-3 ; in fraction 10 - 1 µm 119 ng.m-3 , 1 - 0,5 µm 185 ng.m-3 , 0,5 - 0,17 µm 91 ng.m-3 , in fraction < 0,17 µm 37 ng.m-3 and in the gaseous phase of min. 40 ng.m-3 . In the most unfavorable day 2. 2. 2012 (-18.6 ř C) reached the 24-hour average of 13 PAHs 890 ng.m-3 , the sum of carcinogenic PAHs 237 ng.m-3 and benzo(a)pyrene 32.3 ng.m-3 . An irregular and different decline of PAHs concentrations after inversion was measured: in fraction 1 - 10 µm 2.8 times, 0.5 - 1 µm 4.2 times, 0.5 - 0.17 µm 4 times and for <0.17 µm up to 7.6 times....

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