Courses Bachelor level - domain Chemical engineering

Fundamental disciplines:
System theory. Chemical process automation. Optimization of chemical processes. General equations of transport and transfer processes. Fluid mechanics and impuls tranfer. Heat transfer and thermal apparatus. Mass transfer unit operations. Fundamentals of chemical reaction engineering. Materials, mechanics and material resistance. Computer Aided Graphics. Elements of mechanical engineering. CAD. Chemical thermodynamics. Corrosion and corrosion protection. Biophysics. Electrochemistry and corrosion protection. Electrometallurgy. Engineering and technology of electrochemical processes. Electrochemistry. Electrotechnics and electronics. Chemical kinetics and colloid chemistry. Chemical technology. Analysis and synthesis of chemical systems.

Specialization disciplines:
Discrete system theory. Artificial Intelligence. Advanced programming languages. Advanced control of processes. Numerical Methods. Specialized software in chemical engineering. Integrated design of chemical systems. Modeling and simulation of complex processes. Theoretical models with applications to liquid-vapor equilibria. Engineering of chemical reactions. Operations and equipment in food industry. Modeling of chemical processes in heterogeneous systems. Material science. Physicochemical fundamentals of oxide solids. Nanomaterials. Oxide systems engineering. Chemistry and technology of glass. Operations and equipment for silicate industry. Chemistry and technology of ceramics and refractories. Dryers and ovens. Chemistry and technology of binders and concretes. Materials with special properties. New trends in material science. Organic chemical technology. Wastewater treatment. Technologies and specific pollutants in organic chemical and petrochemical industries. Synthetic drugs. Carbochemistry. Techniques for protection and prevention of pollution of the atmosphere and soil. Petrochemistry. Fundamental organic processes. Pharmaceutical products technology. Hard / Soft interfaces. Electrosyntheses and electrochemical technologies. Physico-chemistry of nanostructures. Sensors in environmental control. Ecological electrochemical processes.

Bachelor level - domain Chemistry

Physical chemistry I (thermodynamics and structure + practical training). Physical chemistry II (electrochemistry and kinetics + practical training). Colloids and macromolecules. Photochemistry. The chemistry of colloids and interfaces. Colloidal systems. Physical chemistry of macromolecules. Bioelectrochemistry. Pollutants and non-conventional methods of depollution. Polymer materials and environmental quality. Surface protection. Chemical technology.

Master level - domain Chemical engineering

Process design using specialized software. Mathematical modeling and artificial intelligence. Rheology of disperse systems. Assessment of risk factors, safety and environmental security. Advanced automation and control of chemical processes. Heat integration and Pinch technology. Intensification of transfer processes. Informational techniques for water, air and soil pollution assessment. The use of computers in chemical research. Environmental pollution control and depolluting techniques. Advanced technologies for environmental remediation. Assessment of risk factors with impact on the environment. Catalytic processes applied to environmental remediation. Natural materials used in depolluting processes.

Master level - domain Chemistry

Advanced physical chemistry (thermodynamics, electrochemistry and kinetics). Materials with ionic and molecular recognition properties. Electrochemical methods of material preparation. Physical chemistry of nanostructured materials. Composite materials and polymers.

Doctoral level

Engineering of electrochemical synthesis and wastewater depolluting processes. Experimental techniques in chemistry II (Electrochemical methodes, Atomic force microscopy). Modern methods of synthesis (Determination of reaction mechanisms). Structure and properties of chemical systems (Supramolecular Electrochemistry).