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Physical Chemistry ()

Studijní program: Physical Chemistry (P1404)

Typ studia: Doktorské

Forma studia: Prezenční, Kombinované

Délka studia: 4

Zaměření: Přírodovědné

Náplň programu/oboru:
"The Graduate Study is organized by the Department of Physical and Macromolecular Chemistry in cooperation with a number of Institutes of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (The Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry, Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry, Institute of Chemical Processes, etc.) and covers almost all fields of Physical Chemistry (including Biophysical Chemistry and Physical Chemistry of Polymers) and some disciplines of Chemical Physics. Due to the interdisciplinary character of the Department, there exist possibilities of combined graduate studies with biochemical, or macromolecular orientation, despite the fact that the Faculty of Science offers separate Graduate Studies both in Biochemistry and Macromolecular Chemistry.According to the up-to-date trends in Physical Chemistry, the following fields in the Graduate Program have been developed, e.g.: (a) dynamics and kinetics of physical and chemical processes (the conformation and relaxation dynamics of molecules, clusters and macromolecules - studied both experimentally a by computer simulations, etc.), (b) statistical thermodynamics of low-molar-mass liquids and macromolecular assemblies (theoretical studies of the equilibrium phase behavior in combination with Monte Carlo simulations), (c) the up-to-date electromigration separation methods aimed to lifesciences (high-performance capillary electrophoretic techniques for separation of biologically important molecules like DNA and proteins, etc.), and (d) biophysical chemistry (the structure-function relationships of biological molecules and supramolecular structures). The graduate study in Chemical Physics is most focused on either (a) quantum chemistry (the accurate ab initio calculations of characteristics of small molecules, and the semiempirical calculations of properties of molecular assemblies and calculations of weak intermolecular interactions), or (b) spectroscopy (theoretical studies of the surface-enhanced Raman scattering and its application in the study of biologically active molecules, the time-resolved fluorometry studies of fast processes at the molecular level, etc.).A great variety of other topics is available for students working partially at the Faculty and partially in various Institutes of the Academy of Sciences. The Graduate Program has been developed in cooperation with experts from the Academy of Sciences and the Prague Institute of Chemical Technology. To secure a successful professional career for the graduates, the offer of individual research topics reflects the recent trends in the free positions advertized by research institutions and chemical companies in the Czech Republic and in the European Community countries. A Ph.D. graduate in Physical Chemistry has basic knowledge covering all fields of chemistry, plus advanced knowledge of physical chemistry, computational chemistry, or both, as well as usually having good interdisciplinary knowledge oriented toward the fields of biology, physics, or nanoscience, according to his/her thesis. The graduate is able to present his/her results at international conferences and in peer-reviewed journals. Experience in teaching undergraduate students, the formulation of grant proposals. The graduate is highly qualified for creative work at any academic, research or technological laboratory dealing with the development, testing and application of new and traditional chemical and physical methods as well as with new materials"

Cizí jazyk: Angličtina

Akreditace: ANO

Platnost akreditace do: 31.12.2024


Přijímací řízeníNahoru

Den otevřených dveří, poznámka: 24. - 25. 1. 2020 https://www.natur.cuni.cz/fakulta/uchazeci/studium-na-prf/dny-otevrenych-dveri

Obsah přijímaček:
Informace o navazujícím magisterském, doktorském a cizojazyčném studiu naleznete na stránkách fakulty.

Pozn. k přijímačkám: Bc. 9. – 12. června 2020, u velké části programů zkouška zrušena, informace o navazujícím magisterském, doktorském a cizojazyčném studiu naleznete na stránkách fakulty.

Pozn. k přihláškám: Bc. 29. 2. 2020, informace o navazujícím magisterském, doktorském a cizojazyčném studiu naleznete na stránkách fakulty.

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Kontakty FakultyNahoru

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ŠkolnéNahoru

Poznámka ke školnému/poplatkům za studium: poplatek za překročení standardní doby studia zvýšené o 1 rok Biochemie, Chemie, Chemie a fyzika materiálů, Medicinální chemie, Speciální chemicko-biologické obory 40 500 Kč, Bioinformatika, Biologie, Evoluční biologie, Geobiologie, Geologie, Geotechnologie, Hydrologie a hydrogeologie, Vědy o Zemi 32 500 Kč, ostatní Bc. programy/obory 27 000 Kč, podrobnosti https://cuni.cz/UK-7065-version1-ken_2019_2020.pdf

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