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Prof. Ing. Stanislav Rusek, CSc.

In 1976, he graduated from the Secondary Technical School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering in Ostrava; in 1981, he graduated from the Technical University in Ostrava, Faculty of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, majoring in power engineering. He completed his graduate studies at FEE Brno in the field of electrical machinery and instruments in 1989. He finished his post-grad at PF UP Olomouc in the field of university education in 1991. He was habilitated at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the Technical University of Ostrava in 1991, and was appointed Professor in 2001.

From 1981 to 1984 he worked as an independent engineer of electric networks at SME DC Ostrava. He has been working at the Department of Electrical Power Engineering at the Technical University of Ostrava since 1984, where he became its Head in 2009.

Professional focus: Theoretical Electrical Power Engineering, Transmission and Distribution of Electricity, Power System Management, Reliability in Electrical Power Engineering. His scientific work is focused on solving the reliability of the power grid.

 

Prof. Ing. Radomír Goňo, Ph.D.

He graduated from the Secondary Technical School of Electrical Engineering in Frenštát pod Radhoštěm in 1990, then graduated at FEI VŠB – TU Ostrava, Department of Electrical Power Engineering in 1995. He defended his doctoral dissertation at the FEI VŠB – TU Ostrava in 2000. He was habilitated at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the Technical University of Ostrava in 2008 and was appointed professor in 2019. In 1998 he spent two months engaged in an international professional experience with the Israel Electric Company in the Department of Power engineering at the Israel coal power plant. He has been with the Department of Electrical Power Engineering since 1999; he became deputy head of the department in 2009. He went on a half-year international scientific internship at Akita University in Japan in 2005. Professional focus: Production and use of power, Operation and control of power systems, Power plants and Control of power systems. His scientific work focuses on researching the reliability of power systems, alternative energy sources and the optimization of equipment maintenance.

 

Prof. Ing. Zdeněk Hradílek, DrSc.

Upon completion of his higher education at FE VUT Brno in 1962, he worked as a technician for South Moravian Power in Brno, then as a lead engineer of Heat Supply in Ostrava; since 1966 until the present he has been at the Technical University of Ostrava.

His scientific training ended by defending his candidate dissertation at the Technical University in Brno, Department of Electrical Power Engineering, in 1972. He defended his doctoral thesis at the Technical University in Prague in 1988. His teaching and research work is focused on the field of Electrical Power Engineering. In 1977 he was appointed associate professor, and, upon establishment of the Department of Electrical Power Engineering in 1978, he became its head. He served without interruption until 2009. In 1988 he was appointed professor. He significantly contributed to the establishment of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Department of Electrical Power Engineering at the Technical University of Ostrava.

In the field of Electrical Power Engineering, his main areas of interest are both electro-thermal technology and a wide range of issues concerning reliability in Electrical Power Engineering. He is a member of many committees for scientific degrees, for habilitation and appointment proceedings in both the Czech Republic and Slovakia. He is also a member of the U.I.E. international committee.

 

Prof. Ing. Stanislav Mišák, Ph.D.

He completed his studies at VŠB – TU Ostrava, FEI in 2003 in the field of electrical power engineering, interdisciplinary topic Electrical machines and instruments, where he defended his doctoral thesis in 2007 and was habilitated to associate professor in 2009. Since 2005 he has been working at the Department of Electrical Power Engineering, first as a researcher and, since 2009, as an assistant and associate professor. His scientific work is focused on analysing the performance of fault conditions of electrical machinery and instruments using numerical modelling methods and experimental measurements, on the diagnosis of electrical equipment in the field of Electrical Power Engineering, and on the optimization of high-voltage systems.

 

Doc. Dr. Ing. Veleslav Mach

In 1975, he graduated from the Mining College, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, majoring in power engineering. Between 1975 and 1980 he worked at Orgrez, specializing in electrostatic separators; in 1978–9 he taught externally at the Department of Theoretical and General Electrical Engineering of the Mining College; in 1980 he started at the Department of Theoretical and General Electrical Engineering. In 1991 he moved to the Department of Electrical Power Engineering of the Mining College, specializing in high voltage engineering, electric light, and power plants. In 1997 he defended his doctoral dissertation on the topic of Identification of discharges in power plant distribution facilities. Since 1992, he has been dedicated to studying the freely burning arc and, in the same year, began working with the EMTP-ATP program for solving electromagnetic transients in electric power engineering.

 

Doc. Dr. Ing. Jiří Gurecký

He graduated from the Secondary School in Havířov in 1976, then graduated from the Technical University in Ostrava, Faculty of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, majoring in power engineering, in 1981. He completed his postgraduate studies in mining underground deposits at the Faculty of Geology and Mining at the Mining College of Ostrava In 1989. He defended his doctoral dissertation in 1998 at the FEI VŠB-TU Ostrava, and then was habilitated in 2001. From 1981 to 1990 he worked as head designer at Mining Projects Ostrava, later in Development and design Ostrava and at the Ostrava Mining development base. He has been working at the Department of Electrical Power Engineering of the Technical University of Ostrava since 1990. Professional focus: Transmission and distribution of electricity, Industrial Electrical Power Engineering, Design of power distribution networks.

 

Doc. Dr. Ing. Zdeněk Medvec

He graduated from the Secondary Technical School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering in Ostrava in 1977, in the field of Electrical engineering equipment. He graduated from the Technical University in Ostrava, Faculty of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, majoring in power engineering in 1982. He defended his doctoral dissertation at the FEI VŠB-TU Ostrava in 1998, and was habilitated at FEI TU Ostrava in 2007. From 1983 to 1991 he worked as head designer at Mining Projects Ostrava, later at Development and Design Ostrava. He has been working at the Department of Electrical Power Engineering since 1991. Professional focus: Transmission and distribution of power, Electrical stations and transmission lines, Transients in power distribution systems, High voltage engineering, Guards and automatics in distribution, Faults and protection in electrical networks. His scientific work focuses on researching the reliability of power systems.

 

Doc. Ing. Vladimír Král, Ph.D.

He graduated from FE VUT Brno, majoring in telecommunications technology. He joined the Department of Electrical FEI VŠB-TU Ostrava as an electronics engineer in 1991 and he became a lecturer in 1995. He completed his doctorate in 2008 and was habilitated to associate professor in 2013. He participates in teaching the subjects Use of computers in electrical power engineering, Production and use of electricity, Electric light and heat, Computers for measurement and diagnostics, Electro-thermal technology and Issues of electro-thermal equipment. His scientific work is focused on the reliability of the electricity system and the issues of electric arc furnaces.

 

Doc. Ing. Petr Krejčí, Ph.D.

He graduated from the VŠB – TU Ostrava, Department of Electrical Power Engineering in 1998. He completed his doctorate in 2001 and was habilitated in 2009 at VŠB – TU Ostrava, Department of Electrical Power Engineering. He has been working at the Department of Electrical Power Engineering since 2001, first as a researcher, then from 2004 as an assistant professor, and since 2010 as an associate professor. He has held the position of vice dean for graduate studies at the Faculty since 2006. His scientific work is focused on the areas of Electrical Power Engineering of industrial and distribution networks and electromagnetic interference.

 

Doc. Ing. Tomáš Novák, Ph.D.

In 1996 received Master’s degree on VSB–Technical University of Ostrava, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Department of Electrical Engineering. Seven years later he received on the same workplace his Ph.D. degree in the field of Electric Light and Diagnostic. Now he works as an Associate Professor at the same university. His current research interests include Public Lighting, Lighting Pollutions, Interior Light Controlling and Smart City technologies.

 

Doc. Ing. Lukáš Prokop, Ph.D.

Graduated from FEEC Brno (Ing.), majoring in Electrical Power Engineering, and FEI TU Ostrava (Ph.D.). Currently, he is engaged in renewable energy sources, modern technologies and methods in Electrical Power Engineering and electrical measurements. He is a research team member of Czech and international research projects. He serves as secretary of the ENET research centre.

 

Ing. Petr Bernat, Ph.D.

Graduated from FEI VŠB Ostrava, majoring in Power electronics and electrical drives. He has been with the department since 1991, first as an assistant for electronization and an R&D employee, and later as an assistant professor. He participates in the preparation of exercises and in research in the diagnostics of electrical machines, solving GAČR projects and economic activities of the Department. He leads Bachelor’s and Master’s theses in the fields of electrical machinery and instruments, diagnostics, design, and electrical engineering in general. He is active in the diagnostics, measurement and service of electrical instruments and electronics. He teaches topics in the field of electrical machinery and diagnostics.

  

Ing. Petr Kačor, Ph.D.

He graduated in the major Electrical machines and instruments at FEI VŠB-TU Ostrava. He studied for his post-grad at the Department. Currently he is engaged in physical models in Power Engineering using the finite element method. He lectures and teaches seminars on the subjects of numerical methods and FEM and in the field of electrical machines.

 

Ing. Petr Moldřík, Ph.D.

A graduate of Electrical Power Engineering at FEI VŠB – TU Ostrava (Ing. and Ph.D.). Currently he is engaged in alternative energy sources and the use of hydrogen technology for the storage of electricity. He teaches a seminar in Designing electrical distribution networks and Transients in power systems; he also teaches the subject of Technical documentation.

 

Ing. Tadeusz Sikora, Ph.D.

Graduated from Electrical Power Engineering at FEI VŠB – TU Ostrava (Ing. and Ph.D.). He is engaged in issues of data measurement and processing in electrical power engineering. He has led more than 25 dissertations and theses. He practices and teaches courses in High voltage technology and Use of computers in electrical power engineering.

 

Ing. Pavel Valíček, Ph. D. 

 

Bc. Žaneta Vylegalová