Faculty: FCHAbbreviation: DPAP_CHM_4Acad. year: 2020/2021
Type of study programme: Doctoral
Study programme code: P2820
Degree awarded: Ph.D.
Tuition Fees: 2000 EUR/academic year for EU students, 2000 EUR/academic year for non-EU students
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).
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
final state examination, doctoral thesis
Mode of study
prof. Ing. Martin Weiter, Ph.D.