This research project aims at optimization of fuel consumption both from the economical and ecological points of view.
Electrical drives are part of everyday world. While the technology for their control is well known and reliable, new challenges are comming with new technology and new requirements. The always present pressure for better reliability, safety and cost of production and operation are the driving force for inovation.
The electrical drives are also good laboratory to test new theoretical results. We apply the results of reasearch in areas of:
successfully completed his PhD studies at Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering. On 24th February 2012 he defended his doctoral thesis "Probabilistic Compositional Models: solution of an equivalence problem" and he was awarded a Ph.D. degree in Mathematical Engineering.
Elsevier – Science Direct
Securing SQL Server
Numerical Methods and Optimization in Finance
Wiley – Wiley online library
Concepts & Methods of Decision-Making