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Master's degree program Intelligent Buildings

Master's degree program Intelligent Buildings

at the Czech Technical University (CTU) in Prague, Czech Republic

 

The two-year master's degree program Intelligent Buildings is jointly taught by the faculties (= schools) of civil, mechanical and electrical engineering of CTU. Accreditation was granted to study conducted in the Czech language and we do accept international students.

 

The study program is suitable not only for graduates of undergraduate programs, but also as an extension of qualification for graduates of other master's programs. Admission is possible to all participating faculties.

 

Intelligent building ensures optimal internal environment for the comfort of persons or manufacturing production through building design, environmental engineering, control systems, services and management. It is economically efficient, energy efficient, offers healthy and pleasant internal environment and allows for reconfiguration and multi-purpose use. This includes advanced systems for measurement, monitoring and control, and also integration of intelligent devices into the building elements, advanced building materials, intelligent materials and structures and integration of existing systems.

 

The program prepares professionals for the design, construction and management of modern buildings and the development and manufacturing of components for these buildings. Graduates will find employment

  • in architectural studios in the conceptual designs of buildings and addressing the needs of general optimal indoor environment
  • in construction and supply companies in the process of negotiation and execution of contracts with investors in the preparation of investment plans and monitoring delivery of work on construction sites
  • in the management and operation of plant and environmental engineering of large buildings such as the facility management companies,
  • in public administration (civil authorities, government regulation bodies)
  • in consulting and research organizations.

 

The study program was prepared in close cooperation with major companies on the related market. Our partners include:

 

Schneider Electric CZ, Praha

Teco, a.s., Kolín

ELKO EP, s.r.o., Holešov - Všetuly

Honeywell, spol. s r.o., Praha

VCES, a.s., Chrudim

Insight Home, a.s.,Praha

AV Media, a.s., Praha

AMX GmbH, Germany

ABB s.r.o.

Workswell s.r.o.

SAUTER Automation, spol. s r.o.

Siemens s.r.o.

Metrostav, a. s., Praha

Niesberger instalace sro.

ADP CZ ADDAT s.r.o.

Ingersoll-Rand Equipment Manufacturing CR, s.r.o., Praha

Edwards and Zuck International, s.r.o., Praha

Janka Lenox, Praha

Testo, s.r.o., Praha

FCC Folprecht

AMiT, Praha

Sekyra group

Dektprojekt, Praha

Enviros Praha

Intelo, s.r.o.

 

 

Study Plan

9 common compulsory courses

 

taught by the Faculty of Civil Engineering:

Building Thermal Technology

Energy audits of buildings

Ecological Building Systems

 

taught by the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering:

Control in environmental engineering

Heating (radiant and industrial)

Air conditioning and industrial

 

taught by the Faculty of Electrical Engineering:

Information and Knowledge Systems

Sensors and Networks

Electric power and drives

 

2 semester projects

Thesis

 

Overall, each student must obtain 120 ECTS credits.

 

Each student cooperates with a tutor in the selection of curriculum with regard to previous educational profile of the student. Each semester study plan is approved by the tutor.

 

Recommended curricula were developed in three variants according to the field of previous study:

 

electronics / informatics

civil engineering

mechanical engineering

 

Individual learning plans will be based on these sample plans of study.

 

The contacts at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering

assoc. prof. Petr Kašpar (Head of the programme): kaspar@fel.cvut.cz

assist. prof. Pavel Mlejnek (programme manager): mlejnp1@fel.cvut.cz

 

 

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Aktuality

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