prof. Ing. Ivo Doležel, CSc.


Department:  Department D 6 - Electrical Engineering and Electrophysics
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Qualification

May 1973                degree (with honors) at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in  
                                  Prague, at the Department of Generation and Distribution of Electric Energy
December 1980    defence of thesis aimed at the numerical solution of magnetic fields in transformers (Institute of 
                                  Electrical Engineering of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences in Prague)
January 1996         habilitation in the domain of the Theory of Electrical Engineering (topic Magnetic field in cylindrical 
                                  coordinates and its selected applications (Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of West 
                                  Bohemia in Pilsen), obtaining of degree Assoc. Prof.
November 2000     professorship at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague, 
                                  in the domain of electrical power engineering, obtaining of degree Prof.          

Jobs and functions

                        Institute of Electrical Engineering (later Institute of Thermomechanics) of the Academy of Sciences
                        of the Czech Academy of Sciences

November 1973     Institute of Electrical Engineering of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences in Prague (research 
                                  engineer in the Department of Electromagnetic Field) 
1990–1993             Vicehead of the Institute
1993– 2001            Director of the Institute 
2001–today             part-time specialist, Vicehead of the Department of Electrophysics and Editor-in-Chief of scientific
                                  journal Acta Technica 

                               Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague, 
                                                               Department of Electrical Power Engineering              

1976–1996             part-time assistatnt
1996–2000             part-time Associated Professor
2001–2008             full-time Professor, Viceheadof the Department
2008–today             part-time Professor, Vicehead of the Department

                                              Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of West Bohemia in Pilsen  
                                                                    Department of Theory of Electrical Engineering

1993–1996             part-time assistatnt
1996–2001             part-time Associated Professor
2001–2008             part time Professor
2008-today             since September 2008 Head of the Department

Selected publications

            Significant publications since 2003

             Monographs

[1]        Šolín, P., Segeth, K., Doležel, I.: Higher-Order Finite Element Methods. Chapman & Hall/CRC Press, Boca 
            Raton, USA, 2003.
[2]        Doležel, I., Karban, P., Šolín, P.: Integral Methods in Low-Frequency Electromagnetics. Wiley, Hoboken, USA ,
            2009. 

             Selected impacted papers

[01]      Kůs, P., Šolín, P., Doležel, I.: Solution of 3D Singular Electrostatics Problems Using Adaptive hp-FEM.
            COMPEL 27, 2008, No. 4, pp. 939–945.
[02]      Šolín, P., Červený, J., Doležel, I.: Arbitrary-Level Hanging Nodes and Automatic Adaptivity in the hp-FEM. 
             Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, Vol. 77, doi. 10.1016/j.matcom.2007.02.011, 2008, pp. 117–132.
[03]      Doležel, I., Karban, P., Ulrych B., Pantelyat, M., Matyukhin, Y., Gontarowsky, P., Shulzhenko, N.: Limit Operation
             Regimes of Actuators Working on Principle of Thermoelasticity. IEEE Trans. Magn. 44, 2008, No. 6, pp. 810–813.
[04]      Doležel, I., Karban, P., Ulrych B., Pantelyat, M., Matyukhin, Y., Gontarowsky, P.: Computer Model of Thermoelastic
             Actuator Solved as Coupled Contact Problem. COMPEL 26/4, 2007, pp. 1063–1072.
[05]      Karban, P., Dolezel, I., Solin, P.: Computation of General Nonstationary 2D Eddy Currents in Linear Moving
             Arrangements Using an Integrodifferential Approach, COMPEL 25, 2006, No. 3, pp. 635–641.
[06]      Barglik, J., Dolezel, I, Karban, P., Ulrych, B.: Modeling of Continual Induction Hardening in Quasi-Coupled 
             Formulation. COMPEL 24, 2005, pp. 251–260.
[07]      Dolezel, I., Barglik, J., Ulrych, B: Continual Induction Hardening of Axisymmetric Bodies. Journal of Materials 
             Processing Technology 161, 2005, pp. 269–275.
[08]      Doležel, I., Musil, L., Ulrych, B.: Modelling of Temperature-Dependent Effective Impedance of Non-Ferromagnetic
             Massive Conductor. COMPEL 23, 2004, pp. 655–661.
[09]      Dolezel, I., Barglik, J., Sajdak, C., Skopek, M., Ulrych, B.: Modeling of Induction Heating and Consequent 
             Hardening of Long Prismatic Bodies. COMPEL 22, 2003, pp. 79–87.
[10]       Doležel, I., Šolín, P., Ulrych, B.: On a Fieldless Method for the Computation of Induction-Generated Heat in 3D 
             Non-Ferromagnetic Metal Bodies. Math. Comput. Simulation 61, 2003, str. 239–247.

Grants

2009–2011GA102/09/1305Problems of Thermoelasticity and Pseudoplasticity in Electromagnetism
2006–2008GA102/06/0112Elimination of emission of noise, vibrations and electromagnetic smog produced by traction vehicles