Professional Seminar

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816OSE Z 3 0P+4C Czech
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Department of Dosimetry and Application of Ionizing Radiation

In the first part of the seminar, students familiarize themselves with the general principles of publishing and presenting scientific work and the formal requirements for bachelor’s degree projects at the faculty. The second part is designed as a practical training for the defence of the bachelor’s degree project. The students give oral presentations of the current state of the research results achieved during the work on their projects. Each presentation is followed by a discussion on scientific matters as well as on the possibilities of improving the student’s performance. Third part of the seminar deals with topical questions on nuclear and radiation physics, dosimetry, detectors of ionizing radiation, and radiation protection with focus on bachelor state final exams. Ph.D. students and academic staff lead this topical discussion with students about given questions and tries to help the students to accommodate learned knowledge form their studies in complex frame for application in practice.

Syllabus of lectures:
Syllabus of tutorials:

1.Information on the course of the bachelor’s degree projects and the final state examinations.

2.Formal requirements for scientific publication with focus on the bachelor’s degree project: document structure, cross-references, citations, equations, figures, diagrams, tables.

3.Rules and advice for presenting scientific results and preparing the supplementary materials.

4.Open source software tools for creating scientific documents.

5.Students’ individual oral presentations (5 weeks).

6.Topical discussion on nuclear and radiation physics, dosimetry, detectors of ionizing radiation, and radiation pro-tection (5 weeks).

Study Objective:


Obtaining background knowledge and orientation in the field of dosimetry and application of ionizing radiation.


Basic orientation in ionizing radiation applications.

Study materials:

Key references:

[1]ISO 690:2010 – Information and Documentation – Guidelines for Bibliographic References and Citations to In-formation Resources (3rd ed.). Geneva: International Organization for Standardization. 2010.

[2]Web pages of Central Library of Czech Technical University in Prague, online: http://knihovny.cvut.cz/en/

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Data valid to 2024-06-14
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