Vice-Dean for Public Relations and Development
Col. doc. Ing. Vlastimil MALÝ, CSc.
Phone: +420 973 443 572
Born in Ivancice u Brna, Czech Republic, on 9 July 1964, Vlastimil Malý attended a grammar school in Brno oriented to digital computer programming leaving in 1982.
In the period of 1982 – 1987 he studied at the Antonin Zapotocky Military Academy in Brno in the field of "Automation of Command: Electronic Computers".
In the period of 1987 – 1989 he manned the position of MOMI field mobile computer system engineer deployed in the Brno academy computer centre.
From 1989 to 2006 he was appointed the positions of lecturer, senior lecturer and later branch subjects teaching team within the Military Computers Department of the Military Academy and then of the University of Defence.
His researcher career started in 1988 at the Antonin Zapotocky Military Academy to get conferred the scientific title of "Candidate of Sciences" in the field of "Military Technology – Electrical Engineering: Computing Machines".
In successful defended procedure he was conferred "docent" degree in the field of Military Technology – Electrical Engineering.
He concentrates the teaching effort on the theory of and practical programming, while his research focuses on finding solutions for the issues related to the development of applications intended for military systems or NEC (Network Enabled Capability). He has been the Czech representative to NATO RTO IST (Information Systems Technology) panel since 2008.
He has been appointed the head of Communication and Information Systems Department within University of Defence Faculty of Military Technology since 1 February 2007. Since 10 September 2012, Colonel Vlastimil Maly has been appointed the academic position of Vice-Dean for external relations and development at the University of Defence Faculty of Military Technology.
Vice-dean for Research
prof. RNDr. Jan KOHOUT, CSc.
Phone: +420 973 444 333
Jan Kohout was born on 7th April 1952 in Nové Město na Moravě. He attended the secondary grammar school in Brno, Křenová street, the class specialized in mathematics and physics. Then he studied physics at the Faculty of Science, Masaryk University in Brno. He was graduated in 1975 in specialization Solid State Physics.
After three-year postgraduate studies (including one-year compulsory military service) in the Institute of Physics of Materials, Czech Academy of Sciences in Brno, he worked in the Research Institute for Rolling Bearings, at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno University of Technology, and at the Faculty of Science, Masaryk University in Brno. In 1980 he was awarded RNDr. degree (rerum naturali doctor, equivalent to M.Sc.), in 1994 CSc. degree (candidatus scientiarum, equivalent to Ph.D.), and in 2004 he habilitated in the branch of Materials Science and Engineering. In 1993/1994 he spent five months on research fellowship in the Institute for Solid State Physics, Vienna University. In 2009 he was promoted to the professorship in the branch of Materials Science and Engineering.
In 2007 and 2008 he worked as vice-rector for research of the University of Defence. From 1st September 2008 he works as vice-dean for research of the Faculty of Military Technology, University of Defence, and simultaneously as the head of the Department of Mathematics and Physics at the same faculty.
Vice-dean for Curriculum
Lt.Col. Ing. Luděk JEDLIČKA, Ph.D.
Phone: +420 973 442 296
Born in Vyškov on 19 August 1974, Luděk Jedlička was attending Jan Žižka military grammar school in Moravská Třebová in the period 1988-1992. Leaving the school in 1992 with the GCSE, he applied for studies at the Military Engineering Branches Faculty of the Military Academy of Brno and graduated in 1997 in the field of Weapons and Ammunition of the Military Mechanical Engineering programme.
In 2000, he was appointed senior lecturer for the Weapons and Ammunition Department. Since 1 April 2012 he has been positioned to Ammunition and Ballistics team leader within the same department. Along with team leading, he is responsible for learning and teaching issues of the department.
Luděk Jedlička studied the doctoral degree programme of University of Defence Faculty of Military Technology in the period 2005 – 2007 in Military Mechanical Technology field of Military Technology: Weapons and Ammunition. In 2007 he completed the studies defending his thesis focused on fire arms internal ballistics getting conferred the doctor academic degree.
He attended the tactical and operation level course for senior officers of National Defence Management held by the University of Defence Operation and Tactical Studies Institute in the academic year of 2007-2008.
He concentrates on teaching ballistics and ammunition while his research effort concerns primarily ballistics and fire theory. As expert, he is engaged in the issues of explosive ordnance in the Czech military forces and ammunition incident/accident investigation.
Lieutenant Colonel Luděk Jedlička has been appointed the vice-dean for curriculum of the Faculty of Military Technology.