Doctoral Thesis Themes for the academic year 2017/2018

Doctoral Thesis Themes 2017/2018

Study programme: Applied Informatics

Study specialization: Applied Informatics


Supervisor: Prof. Jan Čapek, CSc. (

1. Modelling of the Privacy and Access Management

2. Image Processing


Supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Petr Hájek, PhD. (

1. Evolutionary Intuitionistic Fuzzy Inference Systems

2. Interval-valued Fuzzy Inference Systems


Supervisor: doc. Ing. Miloslav Hub, Ph.D. (

1. Methods of Computational Intelligence in Biometric Authentication

2. Proposal of Biometric Authentication based on the use of Pointing Devices

3. Methods of Biometric Identification of a Human Hand with the use of Evolutionary Algorithms


Supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Jitka Komárková, PhD. (

1. A Modern Architecture of Web-Based Geographic Information Systems that Includes Sensor Networks and Crowdsourcing as a Data Source 

2. Spatial  Data Infrastructure to Support Development of Modern Smart Cities

3. Automatization of UAV-Sensed Data Processing


Supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Jiří Křupka, PhD. (

1. Models Synthesis and Analysis on the basis of “System Dynamics”  

2. Synthesis and Analysis of Models – “Fuzzy”, “Rough” and “Predictive” Controllers

3. Synthesis and Analysis of Smart Regional Model


Supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Pavel Petr, Ph.D. (

1. Extraction of Information from Social Networks

2. Fuzzy Methods in Project Management

3. Visualization and Data Mining for Multidimensional Data Sets

4. Creation of Timesheets in the Academic Environment


Supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Stanislava Šimonová, Ph.D. (

1. Modelling Capabilities for Monitoring the Performance Quality

2. Method Design of Quality Monitoring based on Data Sources of Organizations