Doctorate Degrees in Applied Chemistry

Compare 2 PhD Programs in Applied Chemistry

A PhD or Doctor of Philosophy is a postgraduate academic degree awarded by universities. Once one attains a PhD he or she may often be referred to as a doctor.

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PhD in Analytical Chemistry

Charles University Faculty of Science
Campus Online & Campus Combined Full time 4 years October 2019 Czech Republic Prague + 1 more

Analytical chemistry is a branch of natural science and is based not only on all the chemical disciplines but also on physics, biology, the theory of information and a number of technical disciplines. It provides information on the identity, structure, and amounts of components in natural and man-made objects and on their distribution in space and time. It cooperates with other fields of natural science in seeking relationships between the chemical composition of substances and their properties. It is an applied multidisciplinary science with a number of feedbacks that accents teamwork in the solution of problems. It requires mastering of sufficient background in a number of disciplines, such as general and physical chemistry, physics, mathematics, inorganic and organic chemistry and biochemistry, and, of course, a thorough knowledge of the theory of analytical chemistry and of modern instrumental analytical methods. In view of the experimental character of analytical chemistry, an important role is played by practical capabilities and manual skills. [+]

Analytical chemistry is a branch of natural science and is based not only on all the chemical disciplines but also on physics, biology, the theory of information and a number of technical disciplines. It provides information on the identity, structure, and amounts of components in natural and man-made objects and on their distribution in space and time. It cooperates with other fields of natural science in seeking relationships between the chemical composition of substances and their properties. It is an applied multidisciplinary science with a number of feedbacks that accents teamwork in the solution of problems. It requires mastering of sufficient background in a number of disciplines, such as general and physical chemistry, physics, mathematics, inorganic and organic chemistry and biochemistry, and, of course, a thorough knowledge of the theory of analytical chemistry and of modern instrumental analytical methods. In view of the experimental character of analytical chemistry, an important role is played by practical capabilities and manual skills.... [-]


PhD in Inorganic Technology

University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague
Campus Full time Part time 4 years October 2019 Czech Republic Prague + 1 more

The programme is focused on the deepening theoretical and practical knowledge of the processes used in advanced inorganic technologies. [+]

Overview

The programme is focused on the deepening theoretical and practical knowledge of the processes used in advanced inorganic technologies. During working on research projects students gain experience with operating as a part of the team. At the same time, they practice skills such as planning and administration associated with project management.

During the study, the students grow in the context of the selected objects and the focus of doctoral thesis in following branches: technical electrochemistry, photocatalysis, catalytic and membrane processes or heterogeneous non-catalyzed reactions. Integral parts of the doctoral study are pedagogical activities including teaching and guiding younger students.... [-]