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Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology
Slovak University of Technology
Radlinského 9, 812 37 Bratislava
DEPARTMENT OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 6
DEPARTMENT OF NMR SPECTROSCOPY AND MASS SPECTROMETRY 25
DEPARTMENT OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 29
DEPARTMENT OF INORGANIC TECHNOLOGY 39
DEPARTMENT OF CERAMICS, GLASS AND CEMENT 45
DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND MICROBIOLOGY 52
DEPARTMENT OF NUTRITION AND FOOD ASSESSMENT 60
DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY 69
DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING 82
DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 100
DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY OF WOOD, PULP AND PAPER 108
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL Engineering 113
DEPARTMENT OF FIBRES AND TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 123
DEPARTMENT OF FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 130
DEPARTMENT OF GRAPHIC ARTS TECHNOLOGY AND APPLIED PHOTOCHEMISTRY 141
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION ENGINEERING AND PROCESS CONTROL 148
DEPARTMENT OF LANGUAGES 159
DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT 162
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS 171
DEPARTMENT OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 178
DEPARTMENT OF ORGANIC TECHNOLOGY 189
DEPARTMENT OF PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGY AND PETROCHEMISTRY 196
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 202
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 214
DEPARTMENT OF PLASTICS AND RUBBER 216
The Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology (FCHPT) is one of seven faculties of the Slovak University of Technology. The history of the Faculty dates back to 1939, when Law No. 188 of 25 July 1939 allowed the establishment of a Chemical Engineering branch at the Slovak University of Technology. The specialisation profile of the Faculty has developed steadily in accordance with the needs of the community.
The Slovak higher education has its rich history. Our Faculty follows in the footsteps of its famous predecessor in the education of technical chemistry, i.e., the famous Mining Academy in Banská Štiavnica constituted by empress Maria Theresa in 1762. The establishment of the Dr. M. R. Štefánik College of Technology in 1937 and subsequently, that of the Slovak College of Technology in 1939 succeded in keeping the high standard of technical education in Slovakia.
Within the time of its existence, the Faculty has educated more than 17 000 graduates (more than 3 700 graduates in food engineering). The Faculty has trained nearly 1 300 graduates in postgraduate doctorate courses granting the title PhD in chemical and technical sciences. Thus, the Faculty has helped considerably to increase scientific knowledge in industry, education system, scientific and research institutes, and administrative services.
The Faculty occupies a very specific position within the Slovak Republic and relates to the whole spectrum of chemical, food, pharmaceutical and consumer industries, and ecology. At present, some 1300 students study at the Faculty and they are trained by qualified pedagogical and research staff.
The Faculty currently offers study in BSc courses, MSc courses, and PhD. The undergraduate form of study is organized at two levels: Bachelor-of-Science and Master-of-Science programmes. The first level BSc course for all students lasts three years, and is run in two branches: Chemical Technology and Food Technology. This first level of the study ends by a state examination and a project granting the student the title Bachelor of Science (BSc). The nominal span of the study in the BSc course is 3 years. The second level MSc course is run in 9 majors with several possible specializations over two years. The MSc course ends by a state examination and by defending a diploma thesis. The graduate obtains the title Master of Science (MSc). In addition to the natural-science basis, students of all branches study basic engineering subjects, e.g. Chemical Engineering, Processes Control, Basics of Chemical and Food Processing Technology, as well as subjects on Economy, Law and Ecology.
The highest form of university education is currently the doctorate study, which in the past was run as a form of preparation for scientific work. In 1997 the Ministry of Education of the Slovak Republic approved the right of the Faculty to train and to administer examinations in PhD Courses. The Faculty has conferred the title PhD in 16 branches of the doctoral study. (Chemical Physics, Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Macromolecular Chemistry, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Inorganic Technology and Materials, Organic Technology and Technology of Fuels, Technology of Macromolecular Materials, Chemical Engineering and Control of Processes, Chemistry and Technology of Environment, Chemistry and Food Technology, Biotechnology, Applied Informatics).
The Faculty has a widely oriented programme, leading to the development of basic scientific fields in chemistry, chemical technology and food processing. This wide scientific orientation of Departments at the Faculty allows goal-oriented training of undergraduates and thereby their quicker transition to industry. There are several scientific schools at the Faculty which are successful at winning grants from domestic and international sources and at organising scientific meetings. The Faculty generally maintains an important international position. In addition to basic research, the Faculty participates in widely applied research for practice. The cooperation with many factories and companies allows for a swift application of research results in practice. At the same time the Faculty obtains considerable financial support.
The Faculty participates in issuing the specialized scientific journals: Chemical Papers, Fibres and Textile, Plastics and Rubber, Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, Biology, Folia Microbiologica, Wineyard and Wine, Nutrition and Health.
The scope and quality of the scientific activity keep the Faculty at a level, which is comparable with other top research and university centres in the world. This can be proved by the above mentioned number of grants, staff invitations to participate in conferences abroad, wide cooperation with foreign universities and institutions, and memberships in international organizations.
Prof. Dušan Bakoš, PhD, DSc
Institute of analytical chemistry
Head of Institute: Telephone: ++421252926043
Prof. Jozef Lehotay, PhD, DSc Fax: ++421252926043
DEPARTMENT OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
Head of Department: Telephone: ++421252926043
Prof. Jozef Lehotay, PhD, DSc Fax: ++421252926043
DEPARTMENT OF NMR SPECTROSCOPY AND MASS SPECTROMETRY
Head of Department: Telephone: +421-2-59 325 788
Assoc. Prof. Tibor Liptaj, PhD; Fax: +421-2-52 92 60 18