Doctoral Program in Technology in Czech Republic

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A PhD, also known as a Doctor of Philosophy degree, is a doctorate awarded by a university to the academic who has met all necessary qualifications and can now be considered a doctor in his or her academic field.

It is with no doubt that the world is taking a sounding turn as far as technology is concerned. Everyone would love to understand whatever it takes to run affairs through technology. This is within range for anyone. You can now take a course in technology. For further studies, there is a doctoral degree in technology. The program is available worldwide, and skills learned can be practiced anywhere in the world.

Czech Republic is in the heart of Europe is a neighbor of Slovakia, Austria, Germany, and Poland. Czech universities offer long-standing reputation and interesting specializations.

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PhD in Advanced Materials and Nanosciences

Brno University of Technology
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Czech Republic Brno

This programme is based on the cooperation of two universities and one research institute - Brno University of Technology, Masaryk University and the Institute of Physics of Materials of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. [+]

Best Doctorate Degrees in Technology in Czech Republic 2017. Advanced Materials and Nanosciences CEITEC BUT offers you a unique inter-institutional graduate programme, which in general is based on the CEITEC project research programmes. Currently one doctoral programme is available – Advanced Materials and Nanosciences. This programme is based on the cooperation of two universities and one research institute - Brno University of Technology, Masaryk University and the Institute of Physics of Materials of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. The Advanced Materials and Nanosciences programme is composed of two fields of study: Advanced Nanotechnologies and Microtechnologies Advanced Materials Advanced Nanotechnologies and Microtechnologies About The research is focused on the area of nanotechnologies covering materials and structures to be exploited in nanoelectronic and nanophotonic applications. The research involves the preparation, characterization and analysis of the properties of nanostructures enabling active application of the principles determining the unique and specific properties of nanostructures. Attention will be paid to research into 2D – OD nanostructures produced by lithographic (top-down) methods and self-organizing (bottom-up) methods. The research will consider semiconductor nanostructures, magnetic and metallic nanostructures, nanotubes and nanofibres, supra-molecules and nano-electronic material on the edge of Moore's law, etc. Dissertation thesis topics The dissertations thesis topics proposed within the Advanced Nanotechnologies and Microtechnologies research programme correspond to the research interests and objectives of research of these research groups: Fabrication and Characterization of Nanostructures, Smart Nanodevices, Optoelectronic Characterization of Nanostructures, X-ray micro CT and nano CT, Micro and Nanotribology, Development of Methods for Analysis and Measuring, Experimental Biophotonics, Transport and Magnetic Properties, Functional Properties of Nanostructures, Plasma Technologies and Synthesis and Analysis of Nanostructures. Advanced Materials About The programme of Advanced Materials is focused on advanced (functional and structural gradient, nanostructural and smart) ceramic materials, polymers, metals and composites. Basic research is focused on advanced methods of synthesis (or preparation) of advanced materials and multifunctional composites with polymeric, ceramic, silicate or metallic matrixes, characterization of their structures on various dimensional scales and quantifying structure-property-function relationships on the various structural levels. Combined research in the fields of advanced ceramic materials, polymeric composites and metallic composites is focussed on applications in medicine, electrical engineering, power engineering, engineering, chemistry and building engineering. Dissertation thesis topics The dissertation thesis topics proposed within the Advanced Nanotechnologies and Microtechnologies research programme correspond to the research interests and objectives of the following research groups: Fabrication and Characterization of Nanostructures, Smart Nanodevices, Optoelectronic Characterization of Nanostructures, X-ray Micro CT and Nano CT, Micro and Nanotribology, Development of Methods for Analysis and Measuring, Experimental Biophotonics, Transport and Magnetic Properties, Functional Properties of Nanostructures, Plasma Technologies and Synthesis and Analysis of Nanostructures. [-]

PhD in Machines and Equipment

Brno University of Technology
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Czech Republic Brno

The goal of the doctoral study programme is to provide outstanding graduates from the MSc study programme with a specialised university education of the highest level. [+]

Machines and Equipment Abbreviation: D4Z-A Level of course unit: Doctoral Faculty: Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Academic year: 2017/2018 Title awarded: Ph.D. Qualification awarded: Ph.D. in the field "Machines and Equipment" Level of qualification: Doctoral (3rd cycle) Accredited from: 1.9.2001 Accredited until: 31.12.2020 Specific admission requirements: The student must have finished a relevant field of technical science MSc study programme. The admission procedure consists of the parts from applied mathematics and physics and a discussion on a topic related to the subject of PhD study programme. Profile of the programme: The goal of the doctoral study programme is to provide outstanding graduates from the MSc study programme with a specialised university education of the highest level. The education obtained within this study programme also comprises a training and attestation for scientific work. Examination regulations, assessment and grading: Examination and assessment regulations Graduation requirements: A specific number of ECTS credits, final state examination, doctoral thesis Mode of study: full-time study Programme supervisor: prof. Ing. Václav Píštěk, DrSc. [-]

PhD in Chemistry and Technology of Foodstuffs

Brno University of Technology
Campus Full time Part time 4 years September 2017 Czech Republic Brno + 1 more

The aim of the study is to reach the balance between theoretical and experimental skills and the application of the general procedures in chemistry and food technology. [+]

Best Doctorate Degrees in Technology in Czech Republic 2017. Chemistry and Technology of Foodstuffs Abbreviation: DKAP_CHTP Level of course unit: Doctoral Faculty: Faculty of Chemistry Academic year: 2017/2018 Title awarded: Ph.D. Qualification awarded: Ph.D. in the field "Chemistry and Technology of Foodstuffs" Level of qualification: Doctoral (3rd cycle) Accredited from: 21.12.2015 Accredited until: 31.5.2020 Specific admission requirements: Master degree in chemical engineering, food chemistry or other chemical specializations earned at university faculties, ICT Prague or agricultural universities. Profile of the programme: The aim of the study is to reach the balance between theoretical and experimental skills and the application of the general procedures in chemistry and food technology. The program is oriented both in food production with the emphasize to secure and develop advanced technologies, as well as in quality control and safety of food products. That is why the students will complete courses of disciplines necessary for the study. The program is oriented both to food production with the respect to the implementation and development of advanced technologies and to the control of quality and safety of food products. This corresponds with the necessary disciplines the students will complete during the course of their studies. The graduates find jobs in the university and non-university research ,in the research and development departments of private companies - both in the Czech Republic and the EU (e.g. European Food Safety Authority, DG SANCO), in the complex of agro-food plants etc. The graduate are also qualified to work in the institutions of state control and business organizations. Key learning outcomes: The PhD study and study related research are focused on the acquisition and development of theoretical knowledge and experimental skills in the areas of food chemistry and engineering processes of food production, applied analytical and physical chemistry, microbiology, biochemistry and molecular biotechnology. The study is designed in line with the development of food science and food technologies and other basic and applied specializations . The main attention is be focused on manufacturing, processing, storage, quality control and food safety. Due to the rapid development of molecular biology techniques, adequate attention is be paid to the use of this discipline in the development of new food technologies. Scientific knowledge focuses on food quality and safety, production of functional foods and the development of modern molecular- biological diagnostic methods. Occupational profiles of graduates with examples: Graduates of the doctoral program will gain theoretical knowledge and practical experimental skills and experience necessary for independent creative solutions of the problems in a wide and complex area of food chemistry. The program is oriented both on the chemical basis of food and biotechnological production with regard to security and development of advanced technologies, and quality and safety control of produced food. The graduates find employment in university and non-university research, R & D sector of public and private companies and institutions, in the Czech Republic and the EU (e.g. European Food Safety Authority, the Office for Health and Consumer Protection, European Commission) and national and multinational plants of agro-food complex.. The graduate profile also offers employment in state control institutions and business organizations. The graduate profile is designed to be comparable with similar studies at domestic and foreign universities and with the demands of the European Research Area. Examination regulations, assessment and grading: Examination and assessment regulations Graduation requirements: A specific number of ECTS credits, final state examination, doctoral thesis Mode of study: combined study Programme supervisor: prof. RNDr. Ivana Márová, CSc. [-]

PhD in Chemistry, Technology and Properties of Materials

Brno University of Technology
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Czech Republic Brno

The aim of the study is to raise experts in the field of materials engineering and engineering technologies with the emphasis on chemical processes and material properties. [+]

Chemistry, Technology and Properties of Materials Abbreviation: DPAP_CHM_4 Level of course unit: Doctoral Faculty: Faculty of Chemistry Academic year: 2017/2018 Title awarded: Ph.D. Qualification awarded: Ph.D. in the field "Chemistry, Technology and Properties of Materials" Level of qualification: Doctoral (3rd cycle) Accredited from: 21.12.2015 Accredited until: 31.5.2024 Specific admission requirements: We expect knowledge of basic chemical, physical and physically-chemical concepts and principles to the extent specified for the comprehensive MA exam in chemistry, physics and physical chemistry at the Faculty of Chemistry of the Brno University of Technology, eventually at other similarly focused BUT faculties or other university faculties. Other requirements: interest in engineering and scientific work, knowledge of English and good results in the previous study (better than average grade of 2). Profile of the programme: The aim of the study is to raise experts in the field of materials engineering and engineering technologies with the emphasis on chemical processes and material properties. The study also includes the principles of testing and measuring methods that will qualify the students both for the positions of technology team supervisors in chemical plants and work in the basic and applied research, research and development institutes involved in the testing of physically-chemical characteristics of substances and also in companies focused on the production of novel , perspective materials. This is what the domestic and international internships are aimed for. The teaching load in seminars provides the doctoral students with the basic experience and contacts with students and qualify them for the future secondary and post-secondary teaching positions. Key learning outcomes: The graduates in the DSP of technology and material properties are able to formulate a scientific problem independently, propose hypotheses and procedures leading to its solving and attempt its confirmation on an experimental or theoretical level. Critical evaluation of published scientific information and the ability to communicate in English - both verbally and in written form, makes an integral part of the study. Occupational profiles of graduates with examples: The graduates of the specialization chemistry, technology and material properties possess both experimental and theoretical knowledge in the field of material structures and their properties. They are well founded in a number of theoretical methods for the characterization of materials and their practical applications (a lot of information is gained during internships at foreign universities) . These internships also improve their language skills. The appropriate choice of subjects makes the students familiar with the theoretical grounds of the specialization. The graduates are also experienced to transfer the information and to present the results at conferences and professional seminars delivered both in the Czech and English language. Doctoral students are also encouraged to think independently and creatively and to assume technological foresight, allowing them to solve technological problems in a number of operations. The modern conception of the specialization based on the current state and needs of the chemical, electronic and consumer goods industries makes the graduates qualified both for the industrial sector and applied and basic research. The graduate also possesses the basic knowledge of chemistry and physics. The general basis is extended by special courses that include, for example, the progress of chemistry and physics, nanotechnology, the use of secondary raw materials, bioengineering and the use of chemical and physical laws in the areas of inorganic and organic compounds. Examination regulations, assessment and grading: Examination and assessment regulations Graduation requirements: A specific number of ECTS credits, final state examination, doctoral thesis Mode of study: full-time study Programme supervisor: prof. Ing. Martin Weiter, Ph.D. [-]

PhD in Organic Technology

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

Organic Technology sub-programme builds on Master sub-programmes Engineering and Technology and Applied Chemistry. The aim of the doctoral study is to prepare graduates for mangement and optimization of processes in chemical industry as well as for research and development of chemical specialties. [+]

Best Doctorate Degrees in Technology in Czech Republic 2017. Overview Organic Technology sub-programme builds on Master sub-programmes Engineering and Technology and Applied Chemistry. The aim of the doctoral study is to prepare graduates for mangement and optimization of processes in chemical industry as well as for research and development of chemical specialties. Therefore, this sub-programme is principally oriented at modernization of current technologies of organic substances as well as development of new ones, from basic intermediates and products that are produced in large scale to small tonnage fine chemicals, e.g. biologically active substances, fragrance and flavour substances, surfactants. Chemical transformation occurs in majority of cases in catalytic reactors and therefore requires detailed study of preparation, properties and behaviour of various homogenous and heterogenous catalysts. Students will gain theoretical and practical knowledge and experience with modern separation, optical and thermal instrumental methods, with computer simulations of reaction and separation processes, with processing of results of laboratory experiments and industrial data. The area of environmental chemistry is emphasised too, the main focus being chemical, photochemical and photocatalytic removal of undesirable organic substances from the environment. The sub-programme offers wide variety of dissertation theses– from significantly experimentally oriented to those focused on mathematical modelling, computer simulation and statistical evaluation of data, but more often featuring a combination of these. Careers Graduates can find their jobs in basic and applied research focused on bulk organic technologies, special chemical technologies as well as pharmaceutical technologies, at university departments or at the Academy of Sciences, at research and technology centres in the Czech Republic and abroad. Moreover, the graduates may become useful members of laboratory teams in research institutes and industrial businesses or hold senior management positions related to research and development. Selection of recent theses Synthesis and properties of novel 10-ring zeolites for catalytic applications Photocatalytic processes to remove of undesirable substances from conteminated water Study of metathesis reactions catalyzed by methyltrioxorhenium Carbosilane dendrimers with titanium cyclopentadienyl complexes on periphery Průtočné mikroreaktory pro přípravu chemických specialit Separation of Liquid Mixtures by Pervaporation with Supported Ionic Liquid Membranes Preparation of metal oxide nanoparticles for thin layers Kinetic models of individual hydrocarbons pyrolysis using automated reaction networks generation Kinetics of acid fats and oils transesterification reaction for biodiesel production Microstructure and transport properties of porous solids and mixed-matrix membranes [-]

PhD in Materials Engineering

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

Material Engineering is focused on a very complex area of research, development, preparation, processing, characterization and use of materials for various applications. This includes both the theoretical bases of material processes, particularly physics and chemistry of heterogeneous systems, kinetics of solid-state reactions and transport phenomena and the area of evaluation of functional properties of various kinds of materials for specific applications. [+]

Overview Material Engineering is focused on a very complex area of research, development, preparation, processing, characterization and use of materials for various applications. This includes both the theoretical bases of material processes, particularly physics and chemistry of heterogeneous systems, kinetics of solid-state reactions and transport phenomena and the area of evaluation of functional properties of various kinds of materials for specific applications. As for the materials applications, dissertation theses are focused primarily on materials for electronics, photonics and materials for bio-applications. Considerable attention is also paid to nanostructured materials, their preparation, properties, analyses and evaluation of toxic effects. During the study and own research work, the students obtain thorough knowledge about the preparation and properties of various kind of materials. They will meet the advanced analytical and characterization methods for study of dependence among materials composition, structure and properties of materials (including of biocompatibility), as well as the mathematical methods and models for describing the technological processes and properties of materials. Careers The graduates will find employment in basic and applied materials research at universities, academicals institutions, research or technological centres in the Czech Republic or abroad. Further on, the graduates can be also be found in materials oriented industry at higher management positions connected with research and development. Selection of recent theses Influence of Temperature on Properties of Au Nanostructures Cell´s interaction with modified polymers Surface properties of Au nanolayers on polymer and glass substrate Study of Electrophysical Anomalies of Thin Conductive and Semiconductive Layers Deposition and characterization of carbon layers Ohmic contacts on SiC with limited reactivity Nanostructuring of solid substrate surface [-]

PhD in Macromolecular Chemistry

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

The field of study is concerned on synthesis of macromolecular substances and modification of natural polymeric compounds and understanding relation polymer structure - properties. During the study and research work, the students obtain knowledge about methods for polymer characterization. [+]

Best Doctorate Degrees in Technology in Czech Republic 2017. Overview The field of study is concerned on synthesis of macromolecular substances and modification of natural polymeric compounds and understanding relation polymer structure - properties. During the study and research work, the students obtain knowledge about methods for polymer characterization. They will adapt advanced analytical methods for polymer characterization, composition of materials as well as the mathematical method and models for description the technological processes of polymer production. Careers The graduates find employment in basic and applied research in the fields of macromolecular chemistry, processing of polymer materials, polymer recycling and pharmaceutical chemistry at universities, research institutes in the Czech Republic and abroad. Selection of recent theses Biodegradovatelné polyestery vhodné pro přípravu mikrovláken Cryogels for applications in tissue engineering Biologicky rozložitelné polymerní materiály Nové polyuretany na bázi polykarbonátu: příprava a multidisciplinární charakterizace Studium přípravy a vlastností vysoce větvených polyimidů a materiálů na jejich bázi The preparation and structural characterization of hybrid inorgano-organic polymer systems/ The develop and application of solid state NMR techniques The praperation and characterization of poly(α-amino acid)s scaffolds for tissue engineering Catalytic conversion of carbon oxides to new polymeric materials [-]

PhD in Inorganic Chemistry

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

The field of study of Inorganic chemistry is focused on the synthesis of advanced inorganic compounds and materials and studying the relationship between their chemical composition, structure and physico-chemical properties using a variety of instrumental characterization methods and theoretical tools. [+]

Overview The field of study of Inorganic chemistry is focused on the synthesis of advanced inorganic compounds and materials and studying the relationship between their chemical composition, structure and physico-chemical properties using a variety of instrumental characterization methods and theoretical tools. Based on this knowledge it is possible to design synthesis routes targeted on special inorganic materials and coordination compounds with predefined physical, electrochemical, catalytic and biochemical properties. With a focus on structural chemistry, material research and biocoordination chemistry this field of study has an interdisciplinary character ranging from physics and physical chemistry to biochemistry. The acquired knowledge and skills can vary according to the particular thesis topic from preparative and analytical chemistry to quantum chemistry and other theoretical approaches used for the description of molecular or crystalline structure. Careers The graduate will acquire theoretical knowledge and skills in advanced inorganic chemistry, in particular in the description of chemical bonding, thermodynamic stability and electrochemical properties of inorganic substances, which form a basis for many important technical applications such as nanoelectronics or catalysis but also for the role of chemical elements in biochemical systems. Apart form the theoreical knowledge the students are educated to adopt practical skills in structure analysis ans physico-chemical characterization of inorganic materials and coordination compounds. The graduates find the positions in fundamental and applied research focused on advanced inorganic materials, the materials for electronics and photonics in particular. These positions range from universities, research institutes and applied research laboratories in industrial companies, but also higher management positions in goverment, industry, research and development. Selection of recent theses Optically active ytterbium garnets films for waveguiding applications Spectroscopic and electrochemical properties of transition metal complexes and their interpretation using quantum-chemical methods Phase Equilibria in Ca-Co-O and Bi-Sr-Co-O Systems Involving Thermoelectric Mixed Oxides ZnO based dilute magnetic semiconductors - synthesis, characterization and phase relations study in Zn-Mn-O system Study of properties of superconducting materials Semiconductor materials based on nitrides and oxides [-]

PhD in Food Technology

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

The main aim of the doctoral program is to prepare graduates with the ability of independent creative work and deep knowledge in the field of food technology and other related subjects. [+]

Best Doctorate Degrees in Technology in Czech Republic 2017. Overview The main aim of the doctoral program is to prepare graduates with the ability of independent creative work and deep knowledge in the field of food technology and other related subjects. The study is focused on the scientific and research work in technological processes and is based on comprehensive knowledge of the chemical, biological, engineering and economic disciplines, and the knowledge of thesolution of the specific complex problems of chosen food branches (cereal, baker and sugar technology, dairy and fat technology, meat and meat products technology, technology of fruit and vegetables, technology of surfactants and detergants and cosmetics). Careers Graduates are able to work in science and research or directly in the food industry, as well as in the related fields like cosmetics and chemical industry, including the processing of waste and protection of the environment. They may hold management positions in development, production, control and projection in commercial firms or state institutions. Due to the broad concept of expertise the graduates are ready not only for professional action in their specialization, but also for the adaptation for possible application in other technical and scientific fields. Selection of recent theses Preparation and characterisation of sorbents based on modified polysaccharides Functional properties of whey proteins Trends in food packaging: packaging with antimicrobial activity and hygienic aspects of use of plasticizers based on epoxidized soybean oil Radical and pericyclic reactions in fats and oils under high temperatures Assessment of Authenticity of Vinegar and Canned Products Containing Vinegar Selected factors affecting safety of foodstuffs and dishes Fractionation of major whey proteins Causes and prevention of defects of food products Preparation of polysaccharide derivatives with application significance Structural analysis of polysaccharides of medicinal wood-decay mushrooms [-]

PhD in Environmental Chemistry and Technology

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

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. [+]

Overview 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 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 solution of complex research projects. Careers Alumni are employed in research, training, design and other institutions, in environmental departments of public administration from 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 nano-scale zero-valent iron for in situ remediation of chlorinated ethylenes Application of membrane technologies for waste water 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 [-]

PhD in Chemistry and Technology of Fuels and Environment

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

The aim of the PhD study is to provide the graduates with a deep knowledge of classical and modern technologies for processing of different types of fossil fuels and also their usage in power and energetic engineering respecting environmental protection. [+]

Best Doctorate Degrees in Technology in Czech Republic 2017. Overview The aim of the PhD study is to provide the graduates with a deep knowledge of classical and modern technologies for processing of different types of fossil fuels and also their usage in power and energetic engineering respecting environmental protection. Environmentally friendly methods of energy utilization of biomass and the use of alternative fuels in transport and energy is another important area of the PhD students training. The classical technologies of oil, coal and natural gas treatment and processing are discussed together with modern methods of their chemical use. Environmental aspects of different fuels processing and fuel products utilization are studied. Students are encouraged to work independently in the laboratory, to study the scientific and professional literature and to present their results. Student participation in national and international conferences is required and supported by the Faculty. Careers Graduates can find their jobs in basic and applied research institutions focusing on processing and use of oil, coal, natural gas and alternative fuels and energy resources, it means at universities, research institutes and technological centres in the Czech Republic and abroad. They are able to work effectively in industrial and governmental organizations as creative professionals in fields associated with mining, transportation and processing of various types of fuels. They can find jobs in industrial companies dealing with energy transformation and distribution, development and technical expertise. There are also other significant possibilities for their work in the public sector or in the state administration as specialists for energy, power and ecology. Selection of recent theses Acoustic emission: a method for monitoring of environmentally assisted cracking processes Hydrogen Production and Utilization Exhaust emissions during cold start of motor vehicles and their crissing of intersection Measuring Of a Discharge Coefficient of an Orifice During an Unsteady Flow Utilization of ion exchange technologies in the case of concurrent occurrence of metal cations and oxoanions in contaminated waters Metal separation using a combination of electrochemical and ion-exchange methods Study of electrodeposited polymer coatings for corrosion protection of metals in energetics Development of TEG Reclaiming Technology at Underground Gas Storages Characterization of propylene and polyolefins by different analytical methods Temperature distribution in gas connection [-]

PhD in Biotechnology

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

The aim of the doctoral study is to prepare graduates with the ability of independent creative work and deep knowledge in the field of biotechnology and other related subjects. [+]

Overview The aim of the doctoral study is to prepare graduates with the ability of independent creative work and deep knowledge in the field of biotechnology and other related subjects. The study is focused on the scientific and research work in biotechnological processes and is based on comprehensive knowledge of the chemical, biological, engineering and economic disciplines, and the knowledge of the specific properties of plant, animal and microbial cells. Careers Graduates are able to work in science and research or directly in the biotechnology industry, as well as in the related fields like food processing, pharmaceutical and chemical industry, including the processing of waste and protection of the environment. They may hold management positions in development, production, control and projection in commercial firms or state institutions. Due to the broad concept of expertise the graduates are ready not only for professional action in their specialization, but also for the adaptation for possible application in other technical and scientific fields. Selection of recent theses Immobilisation of biomaterials via sol-gel process New ways to improve the colloidal stability of beer Bacterial production of surface active compounds and their biological activity Application of immobilized yeast cells in continuous alcohol-free beer production Biodegradace monoaromátů v reálných matricích bakterií Rhodococcus erythropolis Degradation of Styrene and Acetone Mixture Using Biofiltration Microalgal surface interactions and their biotechnological applications Consumer perception of beer qualitative characteristics Analysis of genes coding for enzymes involved in degradation of aromatic pollutants in Rhodococcus erythropolis Study of the physiological state of microbial cultures using flow-cytometry methods [-]

PhD in Technology in Transportation and Telecommunications

Czech Technical University in Prague
Campus Full time Part time 4 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague + 1 more

Technology and Management in Transportation and Telecommunications | Transportation Systems and Technology | Air Traffic Control and Management [+]

Best Doctorate Degrees in Technology in Czech Republic 2017. Fields of Study Technology and Management in Transportation and Telecommunications Transportation Systems and Technology Air Traffic Control and Management [-]

PhD in Logistic

Czech Technical University in Prague
Campus Full time Part time 4 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague + 1 more

Transportation Logistics [+]

Fields of study Transportation Logistics [-]

PhD in Elec­trical Engineering and Information Technology

Czech Technical University in Prague
Campus Full time Part time 4 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague + 1 more

A Doctoral Study Programme (DSP) is the highest education available, aimed at further education of excellent holders of a Master Degree. [+]

Best Doctorate Degrees in Technology in Czech Republic 2017. Fields of Study Acoustics Electric Machines, Apparatus and Drives Electric Power Engineering Electronics Electrotechnology and Materials Plasma Physics Information Sciences and Computer Enginering Mathematical Engineering Measurement and Instrumentation Air Traffic Control Radioelectronics Control Engineering and Robotics Business Management and Economics Telecommunication Engineering Electrical Engineering Theory Artificial Intelligence and Biocybernetics Essential Information about Doctoral Studies A Doctoral Study Programme (DSP) is the highest education available, aimed at further education of excellent holders of a Master Degree. Study in the Doctoral Study Programme Doctoral study at CTU in Prague is pursuant to act No.111/1998 Coll., in accordance with Study and Examination Code for Students of the Czech Technical University in Prague, Rules of Doctoral Study at the CTU in Prague, Admission Procedures and Conditions of Study for Foreigners and the guidelines of individual faculties and institutes. A doctoral study programme at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering is divided into 16 branches of study. To be eligible for admission to doctoral study, applicants must hold a master degree (not a bachelor degree) in the same discipline or a related field. Admission to the programme is at the discretion of the Dean of the Faculty on the basis of the results of the selection procedure. Experience in the chosen field is not a condition of admission, and there are no age restrictions. Students in their final year of studies may also apply, their admission is conditional on graduation. Citizens of the Czech Republic, foreigners and persons without nationality, who are legally resident in the Czech Republic, may study in the doctoral programme. Applicants who are admitted to doctoral study become doctoral students of the FEE. The goal of doctoral study is to prepare graduates for scientific work. By attaining higher qualifications, including knowledge of foreign languages, Ph.D. graduates will significantly increase their career opportunities. A Ph.D. programme at the FEE is carried out through full-time and combined (part-time) forms of study. Full-time study at the FEE CTU generally takes 3 years for students enrolled before 1. 3. 2007 and 4 years for students enrolled after 1.3.2007, while combined form of study generally takes 5 years, with the option of interrupting the studies. Transfer between combined study and full-time study, or vice-versa, is possible on the basis of a recommendation by the Supervisor and a written statement from the doctoral student to the Dean of the Faculty. The Supervisor is appointed by the Dean. Supervisors are professors, associate professors (docents), or distinguished scholars. It is possible, with the agreement of the Supervisor and the appropriate Branch Board, to complete the study programme in a shorter time. Doctoral students studying at CTU are, for the duration of their studies, classified as regular tertiary students, with all associated rights and responsibilities. In both full-time and combined forms of study, doctoral students must submit their doctoral thesis within 7 years of the commencement of their studies. The studies take place according to an individual study plan, which designates the time allocated to study, specialised and scientific activities with plans for the development of the doctoral thesis, study at other workplaces (which may be outside the Czech Republic), designated minimum teaching duties, dates of examinations for courses taken, and other responsibilities. The individual study plan is specified by the Supervisor, after the doctoral student has expressed his/her agreement with it. Fulfilment of the coursework component (a study block) of the individual plan is completed by passing the prescribed examinations and by presenting and defending a specialised study (written report) on the current state of the subject in the world. It also comprises presentation of student's research work to scientific community. After successful termination of the study block, having passed the exam in English, it is possible to apply for the final comprehensive doctoral examination, in which the student should demonstrate his/her specialised theoretical knowledge, methods of scientific work, and the ability to acquire new scientific knowledge and to apply it creatively. This examination is conducted by the Board of Examiners for Comprehensive Doctoral Examination (Komise pro státní doktorskou zkouąku). Successful completion of this examination is a pre-requisite for the presentation and defence of the doctoral thesis. This thesis is a result of the solution of a specific scientific task; it proves the capability of a doctoral student to independently create his/her own work and must include original achievements of scientific work published by the author of the dissertation or results accepted for publication. The doctoral thesis must contain original new findings. The presentation and defence of the work is conducted by the Board for the Defence of a Doctoral Thesis (Komise pro obhajobu dizertační práce), and is open to the public. A single re-submission is allowed in the case of an unsuccessful final examination or an unsuccessful presentation and defence of the doctoral thesis. Based on the regular completion of study in a Ph.D. Programme, degree of "Doctor" (abbreviated to "Ph.D.") is obtained from The Czech Technical University in Prague. Doctoral studies can be prematurely ended by the student, on the basis of a written application. In the case of long-term neglect of responsibilities, the studies can be ended by a decision of the Dean or the Director of the institute. [-]