Part time Doctoral Degree in Natural Sciences in Ostrava in Czech Republic

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The most popular doctorate is the Doctor of Philosophy or Ph.D. Ph.D.s and other study doctorates prepare graduate student to launch new plans that add to the common knowledge base of the field. Candidates for and holders of Ph.D.s often seek professions as professors and researchers, but many also go on to different roles in the charitable, public, and private sectors.

Natural Science is the field of science that studies the natural processes in the world. A PhD in Natural Science takes natural science studies to the next level, providing a deep understanding of these processes and how they affect life on the planet.

The Czech Republic, is a landlocked country in Central Europe. The country is bordered by Germany to the west, Austria to the south, Slovakia to the east and Poland to the north. Its capital and largest city, with 1.3 million inhabitants, is Prague.

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PhD in Political Geography

University of Ostrava
Campus Part time 4 years September 2017 Czech Republic Ostrava

Efforts to link local and regional development within the context of global development and world geo-politics, geo-economics and geo-culture led a group of political geographers to search for collaboration with experts in the field of political science and international relations thus creating an interdisciplinary field of study entitled Political and cultural geography, the only one of its kind linking study of selected geographic disciplines with political science, which includes inter alia selected chapters from the world history and fundamentals of sociology. [+]

Part time PhD Programs in Natural Sciences in Ostrava in Czech Republic. Efforts to link local and regional development within the context of global development and world geo-politics, geo-economics and geo-culture led a group of political geographers to search for collaboration with experts in the field of political science and international relations thus creating an interdisciplinary field of study entitled Political and cultural geography, the only one of its kind linking study of selected geographic disciplines with political science, which includes inter alia selected chapters from the world history and fundamentals of sociology. In this field, you can combine a keen interest in geography with studies of international relations, political science, anthropology, sociology and history. The study will provide you with broad understanding of the political and cultural realities of world macro-regions, as well as with a comprehensive knowledge of the current functioning of the globalized world that can be applied in diplomacy, journalism, or in various organizations focused on consulting, working with immigrants and refugees, humanitarian activities, etc. You can apply for the studies in Political and Cultural Geography at theBachelor's, Master's and doctoral level. The political and cultural geography research interest specializes in international relations, political and economic geography, geopolitics, applied sociology, sociology of ethnicity and nationalism, ethnic minorities, cultural geography, historical geography and regional studies. Graduate Profile and Career Opportunities: The Department offers an attractive study for those interested in future involvement in cultivation of their own community, municipality, region or the state. It is intended for those who would like to apply for jobs in the prestigious European structures or institutions in addressing global issues of our planet, as well as the complexities of international relations, including diplomacy. [-]

PhD in Applied Mathematics and Fuzzy Modelling

University of Ostrava
Campus Part time 4 years September 2017 Czech Republic Ostrava

PhD students in Applied Mathematics and Fuzzy Modelling then choose one of the following specializations: Differential equations: geometric, variational, and optimization methods; Analytical number theory; Fuzzy modelling. [+]

PhD students in Applied Mathematics and Fuzzy Modelling then choose one of the following specializations: Differential equations: geometric, variational, and optimization methods Analytical number theory Fuzzy modelling Ad 1) The study in the specialization “Differential Equations: Geometric, Variational, and Optimization Methods” of the PhD study field Applied Mathematics and Fuzzy Modelling focuses on one of the following areas: global variational analysis, differential equations on manifolds, differential invariants and natural Lagrange structures, optimization in abstract and infinite-dimensional spaces, stochastic-heuristic algorithms in global optimization. The study in this specialization also pursues applications, namely: applications in physics and engineering (variational principles, dynamical control and optimization, non-holonomic mechanics and field theory, real-life, everyday operational problems in business, industry, entrepreneurship, sustainable development, etc. The solution involves a mathematical formulation of the problem, (finding a suitable method for its solution), acquiring real data, and solving the problem with a practical recommendation based on the computed solution. The focus of the student is supported by electing at least two compulsory elective subjects of this specialization, where the student acquires deep theoretical knowledge of mathematical theories and methods (topology, differential geometry, global analysis, geometric mechanics, variational equations, stochastic algorithms) of the given areas, and the ability to use the modern methods and means of mathematics to solve real problems. Ad 2) The study in the specialization “Analytical Methods in Number Theory” of the PhD study field Applied Mathematics and Fuzzy Modelling focuses on one of the following areas: Irrationality of infinite series Diophantine approximations Densities and measures of sets of positive integers or real numbers Characteristics of distribution of number sets and sequences The study in this specialization is mostly theoretical, nevertheless it involves also applications, namely: applications of uniformly distributed sequences, construction of low discrepancy sequences and their applications, Monte Carlo and Quasi Monte-Carlo methods in mathematics, physics, economics. The focus of the student is supported by electing at least two compulsory elective subjects of this specialization: Diophantine approximations Uniformly distributed sequences Prime number theory Monte Carlo and Quasi-Monte Carlo Methods and their applications Selected topics in Number Theory The students will acquire deep theoretical knowledge of mathematical theories and methods of the given areas, and the ability to use the modern methods and means of mathematics to solve real problems. They will be prepared for their scientific research work as well as for further pedagogical work. Ad 3) The study in the specialization “Fuzzy Modelling” of the PhD study field Applied Mathematics and Fuzzy Modelling focuses on one of the following areas: Algebraic structures of truth-values (residuated lattices, MTL-, BL-, MV-algebras, etc.). Fuzzy logics. Fuzzy modelling. Time series analysis. Data analysis. Nature-inspired methods (evolutionary algorithms, swarm intelligence, etc.), A substantial part of the study is devoted to practical development of the methods mentioned above and their applications, especially in the following fields of activities: Data processing (data mining, time series analysis and forecasting, image processing, etc.). Control and decision making based on expert knowledge. Artificial intelligence and common sense reasoning. Admissions procedure The admissions procedure involves the selection of suitable applicants. The admissions board considers the following documents provided by the applicant: an officially recognized diploma proving the applicant's higher education (a Master's degree or equivalent) – see below, a copy of the Diploma Supplement (or another list of completed courses in the framework of the Bachelor's or Master's studies, confirmed by the university), a Curriculum Vitae, a list of publications, a copy of thesis written for a Master's degree (on a CD), a covering letter (in English) specifying the applicant's area of interest and identifying the prospective advisor, two letters of recommendation (by university lecturers or researchers). The documents must be delivered to the Department for Research and Doctoral Studies no later than a day before the meeting of the admissions board. [-]