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Number of found courses - 15
Course code: MateT001
Structural unit:
Faculty of Physics and Mathematics
Total contact hoursNumber of hours for lecturesNumber of hours for seminars and practical assignments
722844
Course abstract:
The aim of the course is to introduce the basic principles of the mathematical modelling approach, numerical solution methods for physical problems and various aspects of the numerical calculations. For the attainment of objective modelling software ANSYS and CFX is mostly used and basic implemented physical models as well as demonstrations of application possibilities in various areas are provided. Software structure, problem solving steps and practical skills are acquired. Many examples of the software use in various king of engineering, technological and physical problem solution are demonstrated
Course code: PedaT067
Structural unit:
Faculty of Physics and Mathematics
Total contact hoursNumber of hours for lecturesNumber of hours for seminars and practical assignments
24618
Course code: PedaT076
Structural unit:
Faculty of Physics and Mathematics
Total contact hoursNumber of hours for lecturesNumber of hours for seminars and practical assignments
826
Course code: PedaT070
Structural unit:
Faculty of Physics and Mathematics
Total contact hoursNumber of hours for lecturesNumber of hours for seminars and practical assignments
24618
Course code: MateT016
Structural unit:
Faculty of Physics and Mathematics
Total contact hoursNumber of hours for lecturesNumber of hours for seminars and practical assignmentsIndependent study hours
24618-24
Course abstract:
In the course are considered most common types of mathematical olympiad problems, frequently used methods in elementary school and principles of student work evaluation. Course aim is to provide elementary school math teachers with the basic knowledge that is needed to prepare students for mathematical Olympiads.
Course code: MateT015
Structural unit:
Faculty of Physics and Mathematics
Total contact hoursNumber of hours for lecturesNumber of hours for seminars and practical assignmentsIndependent study hours
24618-24
Course abstract:
In the course are considered most common types of mathematical Olympiad problems, frequently used methods in secondary school and principles of student work evaluation. Course aim is to provide secondary school math teachers with the basic knowledge that is needed to prepare students for mathematical Olympiads.
Course code: RedZT001
Structural unit:
Faculty of Physics and Mathematics
Total contact hoursNumber of hours for lecturesNumber of hours for seminars and practical assignmentsNumber of hours for laboratory assignmentsIndependent study hours
328420-32
Course abstract:
The aim of this course is to establish knowledge and skills about main refractive errors, accommodation and binocular problems, their evaluation possibilities, and usage of findings in final decision making. To improve their practical skills, participants have the opportunity to learn the different tests for visual function evaluation and their application. During the course, participants learn to evaluate visual functions not only on one another but also in patients with a variety of vision problems. Patient's evaluation results are discussed in the final seminar of the course.
Course code: RedZT002
Structural unit:
Faculty of Physics and Mathematics
Credit pointsECTS creditsTotal contact hoursNumber of hours for lecturesNumber of hours for laboratory assignmentsIndependent study hours
20303203128480
Course abstract:
This course is provided for those interested to continue study in Professional Master Study program "Optometry" and having bachelor degree (or equivalent education) in other fields except optometry. The aim of the course is to establish basic knowledge and skills in topics essential for starting studies in Professional Master Study program "Optometry": geometrical optics, physical optics, visual optics, anatomy and physiology of the eye, refraction, common eye diseases, binocular vision, contact lenses, optometric instruments. Every week, one of the topics is discussed and one of the tests are performed to check the understanding of the topic. At the end of the course, the final test is performed with questions from all the topics discussed during the course.
Course code: RedZT003
Structural unit:
Faculty of Physics and Mathematics
Total contact hoursNumber of hours for lecturesNumber of hours for seminars and practical assignmentsNumber of hours for laboratory assignmentsIndependent study hours
3210418-32
Course abstract:
The aim of the course is to build understanding on physiology of presbyopia, refraction correction and contemporary methods of spectacle correction in presbyopia The tasks of the course are: 1. Introduce to the physiology of accommodation and presbyopia; 2. give knowledge about the basic principles of refraction correction and the methods for determinig near additive power; 3. give knowledge about contemporary methods of spectacle correction in presbyopia, their advantages and disadvantages; 4. learn skills in determining refraction and the additive power for presbyopic patient based on patient needs; 5. learn skills in measuring the progressive lens parameters, finding and restoring progressive lens engravings and adjusting the spectacle frame for multifocal lense.
Course code: PedaT075
Structural unit:
Faculty of Physics and Mathematics
Total contact hoursNumber of hours for lecturesNumber of hours for seminars and practical assignments
826
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