PhD in Industrial Engineering and Management Faculty of Mechanical Engineering for University of West Bohemia
- Name of the study program: Industrial Engineering and Management P0715D270029
- Standard length of study: 4 years
- Guarantor of the study program (SP): doc. Ing. Michal Šimon, Ph.D.
- Deputy guarantor: prof. Ing. Josef Basl, CSc.
- Training department: Department of Industrial Engineering and Management (KPV)
- Form of study: full-time, combined
- Language: Czech, English
Applicants for study in the doctoral study program apply for a specific topic of their thesis and to the supervisor of their choice.
About your studies
Graduates from the follow-up master's degree program may be admitted to study on the doctoral degree program in the field of industrial engineering and management. This study is the third, highest level of university study, is in full-time or combined form and the standard study period is 4 years. Graduates of doctoral study programs are awarded the academic title of Doctor, abbreviated to Ph.D. after their name.
The Dean of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering invites applications for study in the doctoral study programs for the academic year 2021/2022. Applications with all enclosures as specified on the application form should reach the following address by noon on Monday 31 May 2021.
After we receive your application we will send you an automatically generated confirmation email. You must complete all the required information in the application form. If you are not Czech, you must give your place of residence in the Czech Republic.
During your studies, you take your state doctoral examination within two years from the start of the program, and it ends within four years with the defense of your thesis, which proves your ability and readiness for independent activity in your field of research or development. You choose the form of study and its schedule. We will create the conditions you need for your independent scientific, research, and creative activities.
Summary of doctoral thesis topics and supervisors for the academic year
|Topic||Supervisor consultant - specialist|
|Preparation, Implementation, and Evaluation of Digital Transformation in Industrial Enterprises||Prof. Ing. Josef Basl, CSc.|
|Innovation of Enterprise Information Systems in Industry 4.0||Prof. Ing. Josef Basl, CSc.|
|Innovation in Enterprises Based on Information and Communication Technology Innovation||Prof. Ing. Josef Basl, CSc.|
|Influence of Demographic Trends on Industrial Production||Ing. Marek Bureš, Ph.D.|
|Methods of Industrial Engineering as a Tool for the Competitiveness of Enterprises||Doc. Ing. Milan Edl, Ph.D.|
|Product Lifecycle Management||Doc. Ing. Milan Edl, Ph.D.|
|Sustainability of advanced production systems with high value-added (Industry 4.0)||Doc. Ing. Milan Edl, Ph.D.|
|Virtual Manufacturing Segment Modelling, Management, and Animation||Doc. Ing. Petr Hořejší, Ph.D|
|Industrial Company Virtual Manufacturing System||Doc. Ing. Petr Hořejší, Ph.D|
|Use of Virtual and Augmented Reality In Industrial Companies||Doc. Ing. Petr Hořejší, Ph.D|
|Analysis and Evaluation of Processes in the Production System of an Industrial Enterprise||Doc. Ing. Jana Kleinová, CSc|
|Changing Roles of Workers in Relation to the Increasing Automation of Industrial Enterprises||Doc. Ing. Jana Kleinová, CSc. |
Ing. Tomáš Broum, Ph.D.
|Influence of Automation on the Efficiency of Processes in a Manufacturing Company||Doc. Ing. Jana Kleinová, CSc. |
Ing. Tomáš Broum, Ph.D.
|Optimization and Scheduling Algorithms in Mechanical Engineering||Doc. Ing. Pavel Kopeček, CSc.|
|Use of Virtual and Augmented Reality to Increasing Efficiency of Processes||Doc. Ing. Michal Šimon, Ph.D.|
|Implementation of automation and robotics||Doc. Ing. Michal Šimon, Ph.D.|
|Implementation of Industry 4.0 elements||Doc. Ing. Michal Šimon, Ph.D.|
|Optimization Methods Used for the Simulation of Business Processes||Doc. Ing. Zdeněk Ulrych, Ph.D. |
Ing. Pavel Raška, Ph.D.
|Modeling and Optimization of Business Processes||Doc. Ing. Zdeněk Ulrych, Ph.D.|
|Business Processes Optimization Using Discrete Event Simulation||Doc. Ing. Zdeněk Ulrych, Ph.D.|