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Inorganic Technology
List of Study Sub-programmes

Inorganic Technology

Doctoral Study Sub-programme, Faculty of Chemical Technology

Overview

Programme is focused on the deepening theoretical and practical knowledge of the processes used in advanced inorganic technologies. During working on research projects students gain experience with operating as a part of team. At the same time they practice skills such as planning and administration associated with project management. During the study, the students grow in the context of the selected objects and the focus of doctoral thesis in following branches: technical electrochemistry, photocatalysis, catalytic and membrane processes or heterogeneous non-catalyzed reactions. Integral parts of the doctoral study are pedagogical activities including teaching and guiding younger students.

Careers

Graduates have comprehensive knowledge of basic and specialized inorganic technologies. They are able to directly apply their work experiences in solving practical problems in chemistry and other technical fields. Students are systematically trained to occupy management functions in organizations focused on production, design, consulting or research in the field of chemical technology.

Details

Study Language Czech
Duration 4 years
Form of study full time + combined
Place of study Praha
Capacity 15 students
Study Programme Chemistry and Chemical Technologies (code P2832)
Study sub-programme code 2801V001
Detailed information at departments Department of Inorganic Technology
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