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Course syllabus N400D6_4D - Dissertation Project VI (FCFT - 2019/2020 - post-graduate studies)

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Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava
Course unit code:
Course unit title:
Dissertation Project VI
Mode of delivery, planned learning activities and teaching methods:
project/semestral paper
15 hours weekly (on-site method)

Credits allocated:
Recommended semester/trimester:
Analytical Chemistry - doctoral (compulsory), 3. year
Biochemistry - doctoral (compulsory), 3. year
Biotechnology - doctoral (compulsory), 3. year
Conservation of Heritage Materials and Objects - doctoral (compulsory), 3. year
Environmental Chemistry and Technology - doctoral (compulsory), 3. year
Food Chemistry and Technology - doctoral (compulsory), 3. year
Chemical Engineering - doctoral (compulsory), 3. year
Chemical Physics - doctoral (compulsory), 3. year
Inorganic Chemistry - doctoral (compulsory), 3. year
Inorganic Technologies and Materials - doctoral (compulsory), 3. year
Macromolecular Chemistry - doctoral (compulsory), 3. year
Organic Chemistry - doctoral (compulsory), 3. year
Organic Technology and Technology of Fuels - doctoral (compulsory), 3. year
Physical Chemistry - doctoral (compulsory), 3. year
Process Control - doctoral (compulsory), 3. year
Technology of Polymer Materials - doctoral (compulsory), 3. year
Theoretical and Computational Chemistry - doctoral (compulsory), 3. year
Level of study:
Prerequisites for registration: none
Assesment methods:
Students work on their projects related to the topic of the dissertation thesis during the semester. They draw up reports in electronic or printed form, and present the results. Students are evaluated for the project development and achievement of the aims. The evaluation is done in accordance with the study rules of the STU.
Learning outcomes of the course unit:
The students have profound theoretical and methodological knowledge and practical experience of the key areas of the dissertation. They have acquired principles of individual and team work based on scientific research. The students are able to analyze and solve complex tasks, relevant to the topic of the dissertation; they are able to apply creatively acquired knowledge and to obtain acceptable scientific results at national or international level.
Course contents:
Research work focused on fulfilling the tasks and objectives of the dissertation.
Elaboration of theses of the dissertation with the application of acquired theoretical and methodological knowledge and results of research work under the focus of the dissertation - the creative application of acquired knowledge.
Written elaboration and presentation of project results achieved.
Recommended or required reading:
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Courses evaluation:
Assessed students in total: 224

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Name of lecturer(s):
Last modification:
26. 4. 2019
doc. Ing. Milena Reháková, PhD. and programme supervisor

Last modification made by Ing. Tomáš Molnár on 04/26/2019.

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