prof. RNDr. Miroslav Doupovec, CSc., dr. h. c. 
 1951 
Education and academic qualification
 19791984: study of mathematical analysis at the Masaryk University in Brno
 1984: the RNDr. degree, Masaryk University in Brno
 19881991: doctoral study, Mathematical Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences
 1991: the CSc degree (Ph.D.) in geometry and topology, Charles University in Prague
 1998: the doc. degree (habilitation) in mathematics, Brno University of Technology, dissertation Some geometrical constructions in differential geometry
 2010: the prof. degree in applied mathematics, Brno University of Technology
 2012: dr. h. c., State Technical University, Izhevsk, Russia
 2017: dr. h. c., Technical University of Košice, Slovakia

Career overview
 1984: Tesla Brno, Assistant
 19841986: Šmeral Factory Brno, Computer analyst
 since 1986: Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (FME), Brno University of Technology
 19861988: Lecturer, Brno University of Technology
 19881998: Assistant Professor, Brno University of Technology
 19982010: Associate Professor, Brno University of Technology
 since 2010: Professor, Brno University of Technology

Pedagogic activities
 BSC study programme: Mathematics, Numerical methods
 MSC study programme, study branch Mathematical Engineering: Differential Geometry, Tensor Calculus
 MSC Thesis supervised in differential geometry (including applications)
 Ph.D. Thesis supervised in differential geometry

Scientific activities
 Differential geometry and its applications.
 Natural operators, connections, jets.
 Prolongation of geometrical structures on fibered manifolds.

University activities
 02/200001/2006: Vicedean for study courses, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno University of Technology
 02/200601/2014: Dean of Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
 since 02/2014: vicerector of Brno University of Technology for Studies and Student Affairs
 since 2001: Member of the Scientific board of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno University of Technology
 since 03/2006: Member of the Scientific board of the Faculty of Science, Masaryk University in Brno
 03/2006: Member of the Scientific board of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, VŠB Technical University Ostrava
 since 02/2007: Member of the Scientific board of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University Košice
 02/201001/2014: Member of the Scientific board of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Prague
 since 04/2010: Member of the Scientific board of Brno University of Technology
 03/201101/2015: Member of the Scientific board of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University Bratislava
 since 01/2013: Member of the Scientific board of the Faculty of Business and Management, Brno University of Technology
 since 01/2013: Member of the Scientific board of Technical Museum in Brno

Prizing by scientific community
 Reviewer for Mathematical Reviews.
 Reviewer of Zentralblatt MATH.

Sum of citations (without selfcitations) indexed within ISI Web of Knowledge
33

Sum of other citations (without selfcitations)
80

Supervised courses:
Publications:
 DOUPOVEC, M.; KUREŠ, M.:
Some geometric constructions on Frobenius Weil bundles,
DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY AND ITS APPLICATIONS, Vol.35, (2014), No.S, pp.143149, ISSN 09262245, Elsevier
journal article
 DOUPOVEC, M.; MIKULSKI, W.:
On symmetrization of higher order jets,
Miskolc Mathematical Notes, Vol.14, (2013), No.2, pp.495502, ISSN 17872405
journal article
 DOUPOVEC, M.; MIKULSKI, W.:
On prolongation of higher order connections,
Annales Polon.Math., Vol.102, (2011), No.3, pp.279292, ISSN 00662216
journal article
 DOUPOVEC, M.; MIKULSKI, W.:
On iteration of higher order jets and prolongation of connections,
Annales Polon.Math., Vol.100, (2011), No.1, pp.5575, ISSN 00662216
journal article
 DOUPOVEC, M.; KOLÁŘ, I.; MIKULSKI, W.:
On the jets of foliation respecting maps,
Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal, Vol.60, (2010), No.4, pp.951960, ISSN 00114642
journal article
 DOUPOVEC, M.; MIKULSKI, W.:
Reduction Theorems for Principal and Classical Connections,
Acta Mathematica Sinica, Vol.26, (2010), No.1, pp.169184, ISSN 14398516
journal article
List of publications at Portal BUT
 DOUPOVEC, M.; MIKULSKI, W.:
On symmetrization of higher order jets,
Miskolc Mathematical Notes, Vol.14, (2013), No.2, pp.495502, ISSN 17872405
journal article
We discuss geometric constructions transforming rth order semiholonomic or nonholonomic jets into holonomic ones.
 DOUPOVEC, M.; MIKULSKI, W.:
On prolongation of higher order connections,
Annales Polon.Math., Vol.102, (2011), No.3, pp.279292, ISSN 00662216
journal article
We describe all bundle functors G admitting natural operators transforming rth order holonomic connections on a fibered manifold $Y\to M$ into rth order holonomic connections on $GY\to M$. For second order holonomic connections we classify all such natural operators.
 DOUPOVEC, M.; KOLÁŘ, I.; MIKULSKI, W.:
On the jets of foliation respecting maps,
Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal, Vol.60, (2010), No.4, pp.951960, ISSN 00114642
journal article
Using Weil algabra techniques, we determine all finite dimensional homomorphic images of germs of foliation respecting maps.
 DOUPOVEC, M.; MIKULSKI, W.:
Reduction Theorems for Principal and Classical Connections,
Acta Mathematica Sinica, Vol.26, (2010), No.1, pp.169184, ISSN 14398516
journal article
We prove general reduction theorems for gauge natural operators transforming principal connections and classical linear connections on the base manifold into sections of an arbitrary gauge natural bundle. Then we apply our results to the principal prolongation of connections. Finally we describe all such gauge natural operators for some special cases of a Lie group G.
 DOUPOVEC, M., KOLÁŘ, I.:
Iteration of fiber product preserving bundle functors,
Monatshefte fuer Mathematik, Vol.134, (2001), No.1, pp.3950, ISSN 00269255
journal article
Using the theory of Weil algebras, we describe the composition of two product preserving bundle functors on the category of fibered manifolds with mdimensional bases and fiber preserving maps with local diffeomorphisms as base maps. Then we deduce certain interesting geometric properties of the natural transformations of some of the iterated functors.