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Measurement and Signal Processing in Chemistry

Recommended curriculum of the PhD study programme

Subjects are selected by the student in cooperation with the supervisor and the resulting study plan is always subject to approval by the subject council. If the supervisor and the council council agree, the student may also choose subjects outside the list below.

Minimum amount of subjects (module A + module B): 4

Subjects of module A

These are courses characteristic for the programme being studied.

Minimum amount of subjects A: 3

Code Subject Title L/Ex/Lab Examination
AP409004 Process and System Engineering 3/0/0 Zk
AP409005 Dynamics of Nonlinear Chemico-Physical Processes - from Oscillations to Patterns 3/0/0 Zk
AP413002 Numerical Linear Algebra 3/0/0 Zk
AP413009 Advanced Methods of Applied Mathematics 3/0/0 Zk
AP444004 Chemical Sensors 3/0/0 Zk
AP444009 Advanced Measurement Methods in Experimental Physics and Chemistry 3/0/0 Zk
AP445003 Analysis of Multidimensional Biomedical Signals 3/0/0 Zk
AP445008 Digital Signal and Image Processing 3/0/0 Zk

Subjects of module B

These are specialized courses extending knowledge in areas complementary to the program.

Minimum amount of subjects B: 1

Code Subject Title L/Ex/Lab Examination
AP403002 Statistical Thermodynamics 3/0/0 Zk
AP444001 Circular Dichroism Spectroscopy 3/0/0 Zk
AP444005 Software Tools for Measurement and Control 3/0/0 Zk
AP444007 Organic Electronics and Photonics 2/1/0 Zk
AP444010 Optical and Electron Microscopy 3/0/0 Zk
AP445010 Advanced Control Engineering 3/0/0 Zk
AP445012 Experimental Identification 3/0/0 Zk

Subjects of module C

Optional subjects taught at school level, providing skills outside the narrow professional focus. More information on phd.vscht.cz

Updated: 10.1.2019 10:07, Author: Jan Kříž

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