Doctoral study programmes build on previous Master’s degree studies under condition of their successful completion. These study programmes are conducted also in English language (only for full-time form of study), which enables many of foreign students to study. The candidates can obtain a doctoral degree Ph.D.


  • Deadline for submitting applications is April 30th, 2020.

 

Analytical Chemistry

Form of study:

  • Full-time, part-time - study in Czech
  • Full-time - study in English

Degree of study:          

  • Doctoral

Length of study:

  • 4 years

The goal of this doctoral study programme is the training of highly educated experts for development activities and scientific research work in analytical chemistry and related fields.

In the course of the doctoral study, students work in cooperation with their supervisors to solve problems both in basic research in analytical chemistry, and in the field of its application in chemistry and related fields, such as the analysis of biological materials, food analysis, and other related fields. Besides theoretical subjects, the main emphasis is put on students' independent experimental work so that the graduates, having completed their doctoral studies, could continue to work, transfer and develop their knowledge in organizations dealing with basic applied research in analytical chemistry and related fields. The emphasis is placed not only on expertise, but also on the presentation skills of students in the form of their active participation at domestic, but mainly international scientific conferences. The quality of the study is further enhanced by educational stays at major foreign workplaces.

A graduate from this doctoral study programme is an expert with specialized theoretical and practical knowledge of modern instrumental analytical and bioanalytical methods. They possess a broad overview of the latest knowledge in the chosen research direction, and have a wealth of experimental experience to make use of in basic and applied research, education and other disciplines.
 

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Organic Chemistry

Form of study:

  • Full-time, part-time - study in Czech
  • Full-time - study in English

Degree of study:      

  • Doctoral

Length of study 

  • 4 years

The doctoral study programme of Organic Chemistry is oriented to current scientific approaches studying the relationships between chemical structure, reactivity, physical and biological properties of organic compounds in connection with the modern methodology of advanced organic synthesis and catalysis.

Organic Chemistry is a field of science that includes aspects of the structure and reactivity of carbon compounds in their classes in relation to other chemical, physical and biological disciplines. Studying at this level is individual and represents education for independent scientific research and creative activity in this field.

A graduate from this branch is experimentally competent, an expert in modern synthetic and separation techniques used in the chemical laboratory and, at the same time, able to work with modern analytical instrumentation (NMR, IR, GC-MS, LC-MS, etc.). They are able to proceed systematically to plan and critically evaluate the relevant experiments, and can then generate general conclusions from the results. A graduate from this branch can find employment both in basic and applied research and also in companies focused on the development and production of organic compounds (natural substances, pharmaceuticals, dyes, compounds for optoelectronics, etc.).

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Inorganic Chemistry

Form of study:

  • Full-time, part-time - study in Czech
  • Full-time - study in English

Degree of study:          

  • Doctoral

Length of study:

  • 4 years

The concept of Inorganic Chemistry reflects the most recent content and methodology of contemporary inorganic chemistry.

Inorganic chemistry is not understood as an isolated branch, but as a field overlapping with other scientific areas, both chemical (solid chemistry, organic chemistry) and non-chemical (e.g. biological activity). Methodologically, this field of study is based on the understanding of the relationships between molecular and electron structure of compounds on the one hand, and their static (electrical, magnetic, optical, etc.) and dynamic (reactivity, catalytic, biological, pharmacological activity, etc.) nature on the other hand.

A graduate from this branch can be characterized as a highly qualified expert able to obtain up-to-date information from all possible sources of information, to ensure the development of new inorganic compounds, their application and introduction into production. The graduate will find employment both in research laboratories and, after the acquisition of relevant experience, also in the management of working teams not only in research institutes but also in industrial plants.

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Physical Chemistry

Form of study:

  • Full-time, part-time - study in Czech
  • Full-time - study in English

Degree of study:          

  • Doctoral

Length of study:

  • 4 years

The doctoral study programme aims to enable students to do independent creative research work in the field of physical chemistry while focusing on theoretical and experimental research using progressive research techniques and modern methods of mathematical modelling and data processing.

A graduate can be characterized as a highly qualified specialist in Physical Chemistry who, on the basis of their knowledge of mathematics, physics and chemistry, is able to work independently and solve complex scientific research tasks.

The graduate’s profile is comprehensive and integrates both theoretical and experimental knowledge with the ability to make high-level decisions independently. The graduate will be able to obtain a position in both basic and applied research. After acquiring relevant experience, they may also find employment in managing work teams, not only in research institutes, but also in industrial plants.

 

 

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Inorganic Technology

Form of study:

  • Full-time, part-time - study in Czech
  • Full-time - study in English

Degree of study:          

  • Doctoral

Length of study:

  • 4 years

The study of Inorganic Technology aims to further develop the student’s knowledge obtained in the previous level of university studies in this or a related field with a focus on the development of scientific research and creative work of students.

A graduate from this branch is equipped with theoretical and practical knowledge of physicochemical and chemical-engineering processes, which are the foundation of significant, especially modern inorganic production technologies and related activities and facilities. In addition, they are able to communicate in English, present and independently solve research projects, use computing technology and common and sophisticated software, and apply modern experimental and statistical methods in research. The profiling specializations include the technologies of inorganic pigments and industrial fertilizers, inorganic analysis, heterogeneous catalysis and thermodynamics, and reaction kinetics of industrially applicable processes and materials.

The graduate will find employment in applied and fundamental research, the chemical industry, education, agriculture and other branches related to the field, especially in workplaces requiring skills and professional qualifications for independent research, development, as well as pedagogical, management and other activities.

 

 

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Organic Technology

Form of study:

  • Full-time, part-time - study in Czech
  • Full-time - study in English

Degree of study:          

  • Doctoral

Length of study:

  • 4 years

The doctoral programme of Organic Technology is oriented to current scientific approaches, which are applied mainly in the fields of small and medium tonnage production of organic specialties.

Organic technology is a field of science that encompasses disciplines such as modern organic synthesis, catalysis, advanced chemical technology, contemporary economics, and modern management methods connected to related physical and biological fields. The content of the study at this level is an individual education for independent creative scientific and development activities in this field.

The graduate from this branch is a highly qualified expert who is able to work independently to ensure the development of new products and the introduction of their production into technological practice. They are able to plan the experiments systematically and evaluate the acquired knowledge critically, and can evaluate the workability of the proposed process. The graduate from this branch can find employment mainly in applied research and in companies focused on the production of organic specialties (pharmaceuticals, dyes, surfactants, etc.).

 

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Chemistry and Technology of Inorganic Materials

Form of study:

  • Full-time, part-time - study in Czech
  • Full-time - study in English

Degree of study:          

  • Doctoral

Length of study:

  • 4 years

The study of Chemistry and Technology of Inorganic Materials aims to develop further the student’s knowledge obtained in the previous level of university studies, with a focus on the development of scientific research and creative work of students.

The graduate from this doctoral study programme is led to independent creative research work in the field of chemistry and technology of inorganic materials, such as semiconductor materials, special glass and ceramic materials, materials for electronics and optoelectronics, etc. The graduate deepens their theoretical knowledge and gains information on advances in the methods of characterization of different materials and modern technologies.

The graduate from this branch can be characterized as a highly qualified expert able to obtain up-to-date information from all possible sources of information, to ensure the development of new materials and their introduction into production. The graduate will find employment both in research laboratories and, after the acquisition of relevant experience, also in the management of working teams, not only in institutes but also in industrial plants.

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Surface Engineering

Form of study:

  • Full-time, part-time - study in Czech
  • Full-time - study in English

Degree of study:          

  • Doctoral

Length of study:

  • 4 years

Surface Engineering can be understood as an interdisciplinary branch of study that covers the chemistry and technology of both materials and surfaces, together with applied coatings and layers.

Students are educated in the chemistry of polymer, composite and inorganic materials. They have advanced knowledge in macromolecular technology, film-forming chemistry as well as the chemistry of inorganic substances. They will acquire knowledge of new materials suitable for research and technology on polymeric and composite materials. Students also have skills regarding the preparation and characterization of organic coatings, thin semiconductor layers, conductive polymers, nanomaterials and their applications, polygraphic materials, fibre treatment and dyeing materials, as well as paper technology.

A graduate from a doctoral study programme is a highly educated expert who is skilled in the surface treatment of various materials, coatings and thin films based on macromolecular, organic, inorganic substances and composites. Based on their knowledge and skills, the graduate will be able to introduce the results of research and development of polymer and composite materials, advanced inorganic and organic compounds for organic coatings, polymers and thin films into technical practice. They will also be able to work with rapidly developing applications and the introduction of these new materials into production technologies.


An important part of the knowledge of the graduate is also the focus on the methodology of material characterization. Great emphasis is put on the independent creative work of the graduate. This is the training for work, not only in numerous specialized branches of the chemical industry, but also in research institutes and institutes of the Czech Academy of Sciences, which are active both in the Czech Republic and abroad.

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Engineering of Energy Materials

Form of study:

  • Full-time, part-time - study in Czech
  • Full-time - study in English

Degree of study:          

  • Doctoral

Length of study:

  • 4 years

The study aims to educate students for independent creative research work in explosive physics, chemistry and the technology of energetic materials and safety engineering.

The graduate can be characterized as a highly qualified expert able to ensure the development of new processes for the production and use of energy materials, product development and legislation creation, including the introduction of outputs of these activities into technical, technological and legislative practice. They can be creative in solving the problems associated with the prevention of industrial losses and the creation of safety documentation of enterprises in accordance with the legislation of the Czech Republic and the EU.

Graduates will be able to find employment in research institutes and defence, mining and chemical industries, as well as in the army, police, state administration (mining authorities, etc.), special services of the Czech Republic, and in NATO bodies. After acquiring relevant experience, the graduates can also work in the management of research institutes and enterprises of their branch and related state administration bodies, including the representation of the institutes and bodies of the Czech Republic in NATO and the EU.

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Environmental Engineering

Form of study:

  • Full-time, part-time - study in Czech
  • Full-time - study in English

Degree of study:          

  • Doctoral

Length of study:

  • 4 years

The study of Environmental Engineering uses the knowledge of the individual branches of chemistry, chemical technology and chemical engineering to solve problems in environmental protection. Therefore, it is an interdisciplinary study of an expert who is able to perform tasks related to the protection and creation of the environment.

The study focuses on chemical, physicochemical and engineering disciplines with the necessary courses in mathematics, computer science and economics. Students mainly acquire knowledge of ecology, toxicology, biochemistry, environmental analysis, wastewater treatment technology, air protection, recycling and waste disposal as well as production technologies.

A graduate from this doctoral branch of study can be characterized as a highly qualified expert in environmental protection and chemical engineering. Based on the acquired knowledge, they will be able to creatively analyse and solve complicated tasks in the field of environmental engineering. The graduate is also able to develop and introduce the results of the research into chemical, technochemical and food-biochemical practice and to participate in solving scientific research tasks independently.

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Chemical Engineering

Form of study:

  • Full-time, part-time - study in Czech
  • Full-time - study in English

Degree of study:          

  • Doctoral

Length of study:

  • 4 years

Chemical Engineering is a field of science and technology that develops the design, projection, and management of apparatuses and entire chemical lines in the chemical, petrochemical, food and pharmaceutical industries. It deals not only with the realization of its chemical production, but also with the heating and cooling of flow of substances, the separation and cleaning of a mixture of liquids, gases and solids, waste gas and water.

The aim of the doctoral programme of Chemical Engineering is to prepare students for independent creative research work in the field of chemical and process engineering, while focusing on theoretical and experimental research using progressive research techniques and modern methods of mathematical modelling. The programme is designed to provide students with a detailed insight into not only classical unit operations in the field of flow, heat transfer and diffusion operations, but also into modern technological processes such as biochemical and membrane processes.

A graduate of this doctoral branch of study can be characterized as a highly qualified specialist in Chemical Engineering who, based on their deep knowledge of this field, is able to creatively work out and solve complex tasks falling within chemical engineering. The graduate is also able to develop and introduce the results of the research into chemical, technochemical and food-biochemical practice and to participate in solving scientific research tasks independently.

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