Chemical Physics

Chemical Physics represents a basis for the investigation of material properties on the atomic and molecular level. The topics is tightly closed to the solid state physics, particular sections of plasma physics, as well as modelling in biophysical systems and in quantum chemistry. The research fields of Chemical Physics are represented by the investigation and characterization of molecules and condensed systems using methods of quantum mechanics and statistical physics. The attention in oriented on the interpretation, classification and prediction of molecular characteristics by means of quantum chemistry, molecular spectroscopy, structural analysis, as well as on the dynamics of elemental chemical processes by the application of theoretical and computational methods.

Key learning outcomes of the study programme are theoretical background and practical skills in solid state physics, particular sections of plasma physics, modelling in biophysical systems and in quantum chemistry, investigation and characterization of molecules and condensed systems using methods of quantum mechanics and statistical physics.



Prospects of graduates

Graduate is able to investigate material properties on the atomic and molecular level. Graduate is also researchers in the fields of Chemical Physics that is represented by the investigation and characterization of molecules and condensed systems using methods of quantum mechanics and statistical physics.

Guarantor: prof. Ing. Vladimír Lukeš, DrSc., e-mail: vladimir.lukes@stuba.sk



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Conditions of admission

Informácie o prijímacej skúške nájdete na stránke Informácie pre uchádzačov o štúdium na FChPT v dokumente Ďalšie podmienky prijatia na štúdium doktorandských študijných programov na Fakulte chemickej a potravinárskej technológie STU v Bratislave.



Conditions for international students

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General information on the admission exam

Informácie o prijímacej skúške nájdete na stránke Informácie pre uchádzačov o štúdium na FChPT v dokumente Ďalšie podmienky prijatia na štúdium doktorandských študijných programov na Fakulte chemickej a potravinárskej technológie STU v Bratislave.

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Form of entrance exam

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Ďalšie informácie nájdete na stránke Informácie pre uchádzačov o štúdium na FChPT

  • Ďalšie podmienky prijatia na štúdium doktorandských študijných programov na Fakulte chemickej a potravinárskej technológie STU v Bratislave [PDF]


  • Apply the application for study

    01.03.2021 - 31.05.2021

  • Submit additional application form

    15.06.2021 - 15.08.2021

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Anticipated number of applicants to be accepted
1


Current number of filed applications:
0


Annual tuition fees
Standard length of study: 500 €
Study longer than the standard length of study program, parallel studies: 500 €

The fee for admission procedure
application form: 40 €
E-application form: 40 €

Billing information

Name of the Bank: Statna pokladnica
IBAN: SK7881800000007000081471
SWIFT: SPSRSKBA
Message for recipient: Surname, PK 2021/2022
Owner of the Account: FCHPT STU, Radlinskeho 9, 812 37 Bratislava, Slovakia

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Last update: 31.08.2021 02:54

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