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    Modelling of Chemical Properties on Nano- and Biostructures (0531VD130044) DSP II

    Faculty: Faculty of Science
    Study programme: Modelling of Chemical Properties on Nano- and Biostructures (P0531D130044)
    Form of study: full-time
    Type of study: doctoral
    Language of instruction: English
    Standard length of study: 4 years
    Application type: Online
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      Application submission date: 15.12.2022
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      The program is carried out without any specialization.
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      The entrance exam is one round and the interview will deal mainly with the dissertation plan and candidate’s knowledge in the given field of study. It consists of three parts:
      1) Past scientific work of the candidate (who prepares a 3-5-minute presentation)
      2) Candidate’s motivation and their plan of doctoral research
      3) Examination of skills necessary for computer modelling (esp. physical chemistry and chemical physics)
      During the entrance examination the candidate must demonstrate the technical and linguistic skills to study the given field, along with abilities necessary for independent scientific work.

      The examination is graded with a maximum of 100 points.

      Based on a written request submitted electronically together with the application, but no later than by 6th January 2023, the dean may permit that the entrance exam will take place via information and communication technology, but only for serious and documented reasons such as health or study abroad.
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      Admission to Doctoral studies is conditioned by successful completion of a Master's study programme.

      Verification method: entrance exam
      Confirmation date (of entrance exam) from: 03.02.2023 Until: 03.02.2023
      Alternative date (of entrance exam): 10.02.2023 Until: 10.02.2023
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      This Ph.D. program is an interdisciplinary study combining physical chemistry, biochemistry, and material science with the modern tools of molecular modelling. Graduates are able to solve problems in the structural and dynamical aspects of complex systems using state-of-the-art tools of computational chemistry; they are also capable of writing reports and papers in scientific journals. Graduates have presented their results at international conferences, and have experience with the preparation of grant proposals. They will be useful in various areas of science, including: materials engineering, pharmaceutical research, molecular biology, biotechnology and/or catalysis. Graduates will find positions in applied research both in the private sector and in academia.