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Branch detail

Chemistry, Technology and Properties of Materials

Original title in Czech: Chemie, technologie a vlastnosti materiálů
Abbreviation: DKCO_CHM_4
Specialisation: -
Length of Study: 4 years
Programme: Chemistry, Technology and Properties of Materials
Faculty: Faculty of Chemistry
Academic year: 2017/2018
Accredited from: 30.4.2012
Accredited until: 31.5.2024
Profile of the branch:
The aim of the study is to educate experts in the field of materials engineering and engineering technology with an emphasis on chemical processes and material properties. In studies are also included basics of testing and measuring methods that the students were able to work not only as a leading technology teams in chemical plants, but also in basic and applied research, research and development institutes involved in the testing of physical-chemical characteristics of substances and in dedicated production promising new materials. This is also directed domestic and international internships. The inclusion of practical exercises doctoral students acquire basic experience with students, allowing them in the future can be integrated into the process of teaching at universities and secondary schools.
Key learning outcomes:
Chemistry graduate DSP technology and material properties is able to formulate a scientific problem, propose a hypothesis to solve it and make experimental and theoretical attempts to confirm it. An integral part of the basic knowledge of graduate DSP is the ability to critically assess published scientific information and the ability to express oneself in writing in the English language.
Occupational profiles of graduates with examples:
Graduates of Chemistry, Technology and material properties are equipped with both experimental and theoretical knowledge in the field of material structures and their properties. They control a number of methods for the characterization of materials not only at the level of theoretical description , but are also familiar with the practices of their use in practice ( a lot of information gain among others, during internships at foreign universities ) . Stays allow them to also expand your language skills. Theoretical foundations of obtain in appropriately selected subjects. Graduates also have experience in the provision of information and presentation of results at conferences and professional seminars , not only in Czech , but also the English language. Doctoral students are also encouraged to independent and creative thinking and technological foresight , allowing them to solve technological problems in a number of operations. Given that the study course " Chemistry, Technology and Properties of Materials " is a modern -conceived field of doctoral study, which is based on the current state and needs of the chemical, electronic and consumer goods industries , graduates are eligible to work in both the industrial sector and areas applied and basic research. It should be noted that the graduate study program also has a 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 , use of secondary raw materials, bioengineering and the use of chemical and physical laws in the areas of inorganic and organic compounds.
Branch supervisor: prof. Ing. Martin Weiter, Ph.D.
Issued topics of Doctoral Study Program:
  1. High-strength polymer-cement composites

    Preparation, modification and characterization of polymer-cement (macrodefect-free) composites of enhanced moisture resistance.

    Tutor: Šoukal František, doc. Ing., Ph.D.
  2. Spherical anhydrite particles for self-leveling floor aplications

    Preparation and characterization of spherical particles from energy gypsum and its application in self-leveling plasters.

    Tutor: Šoukal František, doc. Ing., Ph.D.
  3. Study of ring formation in cement rotary kilns

    The work will be focused on the study of the rings formation mechanism in the in cement rotary kilns. The unfavorable rings built-up and their growth cause irreversible decrease of inner place of the kilns and ends with the furnace shutdown. The main emphasis will be given on bulk analyses of the reactants - “cement meals”, formed stickers, kiln `s lining beneath and around of the new-formed rings and finally fuels. On the base of obtained results the conditions and kinetics of rings’ formation will be determined. Under the determined findings the rings` formation and growth prevention will be suggested.

    Tutor: Šoukal František, doc. Ing., Ph.D.

Course structure diagram with ECTS credits

Year of study 1, winter semester

Code Title L. Cr. Sem. Com. Compl. Gr. Op.

FCH-DCO_MPM Materials Science-Fundamentals and Ad... cs  0? winter CO DrEx 1 yes

Groups of optional courses
1 Obligation: 1 course  

Year of study 1, both

Code Title L. Cr. Sem. Com. Compl. Gr. Op.

FCH-DCO_FCHM Physical cs  0? both C DrEx   yes

FCH-DCO_FPD Photoinduced processes in molecular m... cs  0? both CO DrEx 1 yes
FCH-DCO_KM Ceramic materials cs  0? both CO DrEx 1 yes
FCH-DCO_KOV Metallic Materials cs  0? both CO DrEx 1 yes
FCH-DCO_MP Measurements of material parameters cs  0? both CO DrEx 1 yes
FCH-DCO_MM Molecular materials cs  0? both CO DrEx 1 yes
FCH-DCO_PMT Advanced Materials Technolgies and Ap... cs  0? both CO DrEx 1 yes
FCH-DCO_PTV Preparation and properties of thin la... cs  0? both CO DrEx 1 yes
FCH-DCO_VSD Utilisation of secondary products cs  0? both CO DrEx 1 yes

FCH-MAA_BPA Biopolymers Properties and Applications en  0? both O Ex   yes

Groups of optional courses
1 Obligation: 1 course