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17ABBBP - Bachelor Thesis

Code Completion Credits Range Language
17ABBBP Z 8 0+8
Petr Kudrna
Department of Biomedical Technology

Individual student projects at the end of bachelor studies. Topics are selected during the 5th term from a list. Bachelor thesis is defended at the end of the examination period. Bachelor thesis defence is a part of the state exam. Bachelor thesis can be written and defended either Czech or English. Students are supervised by a tutor during the above mentioned process.


Processing of requested work in writting and handover to lead of this work.

Syllabus of lectures:


Syllabus of tutorials:

During the term there are dedicated 8 hours every week for work under teacher supervising.

Study Objective:

The main goal is to make an individual project at the end of the bachelor program when the student can demonstrate individual ability to resolve a specific problem, based on particular topic using knowledge acquired from previous study. Students will apply appropriate formats of presentation and writing (typographical conventions).

Study materials:

[1] ISO 5966 Information and documentation - Guidelines for the presentation of technical reports

[2] ISO 7144 Documentation - Presentation of theses and similar documents

[3] ISO 2384 Documentation - Presentation of translations

[4] ISO 2145 Documentation - Numbering of divisions and subdivisions in written documents

[5] ISO 999 Information and documentation - Guidelines for the content, organization and presentation of indexes

[6] ISO 690 Information and documentation - Bibliographic references - Content, form and structure (

[7] ISO 690-2 Information and documentation - Bibliographic references -

Part 2: Electronic documents or parts thereof (

[8] English for doctors : authentic consulting, room activities for doctors, dentists, students and nurses with accompanying recorded material / Mária Györffy. - [Praha?] : Triton, 2001. - 226 s. : il. - ISBN 80-7254-203-6.

[9] Electronic information sources - Encyclopedia of Medical Devices and Instrumentation - John G. Webster (authorized access via

The course is a part of the following study plans: