The aim of the Ph.D. study program is to train experts with deep knowledge of environmental and related chemical and biochemical disciplines, informatics and mathematical modeling. Ph.D. studies build on this foundation and deepen knowledge in a wide scale of environmental areas such as analytical methods for monitoring the of water and air quality and soil contamination; technologies for drinking water production, wastewater treatment; sludge treatment, solid waste management, and soil decontamination technologies; removal of air pollutants. An important part of the study is also the prevention of all forms of waste, recycling and recovery as renewable resources. Students are trained in a solution of complex research projects.
Alumni are employed in research, training, design and other institutions, in environmental departments of public administration from the local level up to ministries. They can work as well as managers and technologists of companies operating water and energy infrastructure and in industrial plants.
Selection of recent theses
- Carbon dioxide removal from flue gas
- Use of membrane separation processes for the treatment of landfill leachates
- Testing of anaerobic biodegradability of organic compounds
- Possibilities and Limits of In-situ Chemical Oxidation Aimed at Hardly Remediateable Sites
- Environmental impacts assessment of remediation using LCA method
- Reactivity of nanoscale zero-valent iron for in situ remediations of chlorinated ethylenes
- Application of membrane technologies for wastewater reuse
- Phosphorus removal from wastewater and its recovery in the form of struvite
- Use of membrane separation processes for production of drinking water from surface water sources
- The inhibition of microorganisms through the use of phthalocyanine compounds in cooling water
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Last updated February 13, 2018