Overview

The aim of the PhD study program is to train experts with deep knowledge of environmental and related chemical and biochemical disciplines, informatics and mathematical modeling. PhD 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.

Careers

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

  • Intensification of biogas production during fermentation of organic materials with high nitrogen concentration
  • Method for stabilization of nanoscale zero valent iron and its applicability to porous media
  • Composition and origin of particle matter in Prague
  • The application of molecular biological techniques on studies of physiological groups of bacteria in activated sludge
  • Reactivity of nano-scale zero-valent iron for in situ remediation of chlorinated ethylenes
  • Thermal desorption of contaminated materials with classical and microwave heating
  • Possibilities of the membrane bioreactor operation optimization
  • Thermal desorption of solid wastes using microwave heating
  • Utilization of phytotechnologies to remove the "new" contaminants from the environment
  • Identification and quantification of technologically important bacteria in activated sludge samples
Program taught in:
English

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Last updated January 22, 2019
This course is Campus based
Start Date
Oct. 2019
Duration
4 years
Part-time
Full-time
Price
2,300 EUR
Deadline
Apr. 15, 2019
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