Faculty of Chemical Technology
- Study Field: Inorganic Technology
Study Program: Chemistry and Chemical Technology
- Form of study: Part-time/Full-time
- The standard length of study: 4 years
- Number of ECTS credits allocated: Study is not credit-based
- Graduation requirements: State Doctoral examination and Doctoral thesis defense
- Tuition fee (per academic year): Maximum 4,900 EUR
The objective of the Doctoral program Chemistry and Chemical Technology with a specialization in Inorganic Technology is to educate specialists and prepare them for advanced positions in the inorganic chemical industry, research institutions, agricultural sector, educational system, and in state administration.
The PhD graduate is a highly qualified specialist in inorganic technology, with a deep theoretical background in inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry and chemical engineering. Graduates pursue fields including the technology of inorganic pigments and artificial fertilisers, inorganic analysis, characterisation of powder materials and calorimetric study of materials and processes. PhD students are educated in laboratory techniques of material synthesis and characterisation (thermal and calorimetric analysis, evaluation of optical and corrosion-inhibition properties of inorganic pigments, chromatographic and spectroscopy techniques, etc.). PhD graduates are able to plan and organise research work, make decisions to solve complex technological problems, and lead teams of co-workers. This study program emphasises devolving communication; graduates are trained to be able to communicate the results of their teams, both orally and in high-level reports or standard publications in a scientific journal.
About the School
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