Chemistry and Technology of Inorganic Materials

Study programme:
Chemistry and Technology of Materials
Study specialization:
Chemistry and Technology of Inorganic Materials
Degree acquired:
Ph.D.
Form of Study:
full-time / part-time
Language of Instruction:
English
Standard Length of Study:
4 academic years
 

 
The goal of the education in the study programme "Chemistry and technology of inorganic materials" is to lead students to independent research work in the field of inorganic materials. The PhD graduate manages both theoretical and practical aspects of materials research with the application of advanced experimental characterization methods and modern technologies. During the study students also deepen their knowledge of solid state chemistry and physics and experimental methods in the field of their PhD thesis.
PhD graduates can find employment in research laboratories or fabrication plants of virtually all industries, where inorganic materials are produced or applied and can solve problems relating to the development and application of new materials, development of new processing technologies or innovation of traditional materials. He can find work in the various branches of industry, where inorganic materials are used such as electronics, computers, telecommunications, machinery, aerospace industry, nuclear technology, etc.
 
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
E-mail: petr.nemec@upce.cz