Analytical Chemistry

Study programme:
Analytical Chemistry
Study specialization:
Analytical Chemistry
Degree acquired:
Form of Study:
full-time / part-time
Language of Instruction:
Standard Length of Study:
4 academic years

The objective of the doctoral program "Analytical Chemistry" is to educate specialists for leading positions in quality control analytical laboratories and in research and development departments both at private companies, research institutes, universities, hospitals, environmental control and other governmental institutions. The PhD graduate can be characterized as a highly qualified specialist in analytical chemistry, with deep theoretical background in analytical, physical, inorganic and organic chemistry, good knowledge of analytical instrumental techniques, including separation (chromatographic and electromigration), spectroscopic (atomic and molecular spectroscopy, mass and NMR spectrometry) and electrochemical analytical methods, using advanced mathematical statistics and computation approaches for data evaluation and treatment, in agreement with good laboratory practice and management. The PhD graduate is able to develop and validate new analytical methods according to the practical needs, to plan the research work and make decisions on solving complex analytical problems and to lead a team of co-workers. Emphasis is put on the communication abilities of the graduate - he or she is trained to be able to refer on the results of his group, both as an oral presentation or as a high-level report or a standard publication in a scientific journal.
Application Form is available here (DOC and PDF).
Deadline for submitting applications - April 30th, 2016.
Contact Person:
prof. Ing. Petr Němec, Ph.D.
University of Pardubice
Faculty of Chemical-Technology
Studentská 573
532 10 Pardubice
Czech Republic
Phone Number: +420 466 038 502, +420 466 037 247