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Department of Electrical Engineering Theory (KTE)


The department provides lectures in two basic areas: theoretical electrical engineering (theory of electrical circuits and theory of electromagnetic field) and computer technology (programming in electrical engineering, information technology) in both bachelor and master degree. The department also guarantees some special subjects in individual study branches and teaching at the Faculty of Applied Sciences and the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. Within the doctoral programme, subjects in the branch of Theoretical Electrical Engineering are listed both for doctoral students studying at KTE and other departments. In 2005, the staff of the department prepared a programme and teaching texts for the use of Matlab and a computer simulation for the analysis of electrical circuits in English. This weekly course was held in FH Regensburg in 2005 and twice a year is regularly organized due to students' great interest. Two new pedagogical workers and two Ph.D. students were admitted to the department. This year, our department organizes the 10th annual AMTEE international conference. The staff of the department participates in many international conferences and publishes in international journals.


Phone: 377 634 601
Fax: 377 634 602


OIN Section of Informatics
OTE Section of Electrical Engineering Theory

Areas of scientific activity

  • analysis of stationary and non-stationary electromagnetic fields in both linear and non-linear environment (two-dimensional and three-dimensional problems), including the consequences of these fields (force effect, stress of isolation systems, calculation of parameters etc.)
  • solving complex tasks of multiple physical fields that interact with each other
  • electromagnetic-metallurgical problems, especially induction heating and subsequent quenching
  • magnetic-hydrodynamic problems, mixing of molten metal with a magnetic field
  • using integral equations for analysis of electromagnetic fields
  • theory of stability of magnetically levitated solid and liquid objects
  • design of radial and axial bearings formed by a system of permanent magnets
  • analysis and synthesis of complex circuit systems, both linear and nonlinear, in a stable and transient state
  • optimization problems in electrotechnics (application of single and multiparametric optimization methods)