The graduate from the doctoral study program "Theoretical Electrical Engineering" acquires advanced education at the level of contemporary world research in the given subject area and partially also in closely associated areas (level 7 according to the European Qualification Framework for LLL and also to European Qualification Framework for Higher Education). This education is characteristic by deep theoretical and methodological knowledge and highly specialized practical skills in the field of theoretical electrical engineering that stimulate the original thinking and creative and innovative approach to problem solving. The graduate copes with scientific problem formulation concerning, the principles of individual and team research work, with the solutions and results presentation not only for the experts but also for the non-expert audience. As for the job position he is able to analyze and to solve research tasks in the field of subject area and related areas and also to apply acquired specialized knowledge in practice especially in electrical engineering industry branches.
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