Studies at the Faculty of Science of UP are divided into stages compatible with the EU study environment, i.e. the first stage is a bachelor's degree, usually three years long, ending with a bachelor's degree (B.Sc.). The follow-up Master's degree, usually two years long, leads to a Master's degree (M.Sc.). Both degrees improve the graduates' opportunities in the labour market. In addition, there is the possibility of continuing studies in the form of a full-time or combined doctoral programme, usually four years, to obtain a doctoral degree (Ph.D.). An alternative is for Master's graduates to meet the requirements for the state rigorous examination and obtain a so-called minor doctorate (RNDr.).

The Department of Inorganic Chemistry guarantees accredited study programmes at all levels focused on Inorganic Chemistry (M.Sc. and Ph.D.), Bioinorganic Chemistry (B.Sc. and M.Sc.) and combinations with Chemistry Teaching (B.Sc. and M.Sc.) and Didactics of Chemistry (Ph.D.). Bachelor's and master's studies are only in Czech but doctoral studies are availabe also in English.

More detailed information can be found in the text below or in our promotional materials:

Professional study programmes flyer (in Czech)

Chemistry Teaching study programmes flyer (in Czech)

General information for prospective students regarding the application and admission procedure at the Faculty of Science UP.

Doctoral studies

At the Department of Inorganic Chemistry it is possible to complete doctoral studies in the programmes Inorganic Chemistry and Didactics of Chemistry, either in full-time or combined form.

The PhD in Inorganic Chemistry focuses on the design and synthesis of new inorganic, coordination and organometallic compounds that have either interesting magnetic, optical, redox, catalytic or biological properties.

The main goal of the PhD in Didactics of Chemistry is to prepare highly qualified professionals for scientific research work in the field of chemistry education, who will possess an independent and creative approach to solving theoretical and practical issues in chemistry education.

Students are prepared for independent scientific work and learn to publish the results of their work at professional meetings or conferences as well as in reputable international scientific journals mainly in English.

More details about application form can be found in the Ph.D. study application guide.

The topics of the Ph.D. theses announced for the current academic year can be found below.

Title of Ph.D. thesis

Supervisor

Lanthanide complexes with large magnetic anisotropy and slow relaxation of magnetization

doc. RNDr. Bohuslav Drahoš, Ph.D.

Transition metal and lanthanide complexes with macrocyclic ligands as important building blocks in preparation of single-molecule magnets

doc. RNDr. Bohuslav Drahoš, Ph.D.

Complexes of macrocyclic ligands applicable in diagnostic imaging

doc. RNDr. Bohuslav Drahoš, Ph.D.

Photoactive transition metal complexes

doc. Ing. Radovan Herchel, Ph.D.

Coordination compounds of f-elements with radical ligands

doc. Ing. Radovan Herchel, Ph.D.

Lanthanide compounds as probes for biological systems

doc. Ing. Radovan Herchel, Ph.D.
Preparation of benzimidazoles and their complexes with lanthanides for theranostics prof. RNDr. Pavel Kopel, Ph.D.
Antibacterial properties of gold complexes and nanoparticles prof. RNDr. Pavel Kopel, Ph.D.
Nanotransporters of potential drugs based on coordination compounds prof. RNDr. Pavel Kopel, Ph.D.

Coordination compounds showing the magnetic bi- or multistability – materials for new

generation of memory devices

doc. Ing. Ivan Šalitroš, PhD.

Enzymatically activated prodrugs based on coordination compounds

doc. Mgr. Pavel Štarha, Ph.D.

Tantalum as a new central atom of biologically active complexes

doc. Mgr. Pavel Štarha, Ph.D.

Title of Ph.D. thesis

Supervisor

Role interaktivních center v neformálním chemickém vzdělávání

doc. RNDr. Bohuslav Drahoš, Ph.D.

konzultant: doc. RNDr. Marta Klečková, CSc.

Integrace přírodovědného vzdělávání

doc. RNDr. Marta Klečková, CSc.

konzultant: Mgr. Iveta Bártová, Ph.D.

Transfer nových chemických poznatků do chemického vzdělávání

doc. RNDr. Bohuslav Drahoš, Ph.D.

Metody ověřování přírodovědné gramotnosti žáků

doc. RNDr. Marta Klečková, CSc.

konzultant: Mgr. Iveta Bártová, Ph.D.

Vybrané pokročilé experimentální metody využitelné ve středoškolském vzdělávání

doc. RNDr. Bohuslav Drahoš, Ph.D.

konzultant: doc. RNDr. Marta Klečková, CSc.

Teorie a praxe tvorby a hodnocení učebnic chemie

doc. RNDr. Marta Klečková, CSc.

Evaluace výsledků chemického vzdělávání (na ZŠ nebo SŠ)

doc. Mgr. Pavel Štarha, Ph.D.

konzultant: doc. RNDr. Marta Klečková, CSc.,

Mgr. Iveta Bártová, Ph.D.

Nové přístupy k výuce základních pojmů z obecné chemie (anorganické chemie) na SŠ

doc. Mgr. Pavel Štarha, Ph.D.

konzultant: doc. RNDr. Marta Klečková, CSc.

Využití elektronických didaktických testů ve výuce chemie

doc. RNDr. Bohuslav Drahoš, Ph.D.

konzultant: Mgr. Veronika Švandová, PhD.

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