MSc in Chemical Technology: Composites and Nanomaterials

General

Program Description

M.Sc. in Chemical Technology, specialization: Composites and Nanomaterials (Faculty of Chemical Technology), duration: 3 semesters, 90 ECTS points

Our Master studies in Chemical Technology – Composites and Nanomaterials last three semesters starting in February each year. The first semester is partly devoted to improving the basic knowledge in chemical technology for candidates studying abroad and those students who (at their bachelor level), studied majors different from chemical technology in order to reach standards defined by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.

Regular courses focus on physical and inorganic chemistry, engineering of materials and chemical reactors, technology of polymers, processing of nanomaterials and composites. Classes on modelling and simulation are also included. Laboratory classes allow performing synthesis and detailed characterization of composites together with their various practical application using the specific physical, mechanical and electrochemical properties.

Ecology and recycling are also included in the programme, as well as advanced materials for generation and storage of energy. The students have also a possibility to select elective courses during studies, e.g. biotechnology, medical aspects or others.

A graduate receives the title – Master of Science in Chemical Technology. He/she is prepared to perform research and development in the discipline of his/her education, i.e. chemical technology, especially in Composites and Nanomaterials. A graduate can be employed in research and industry where the knowledge of advanced materials is required. His/her competences will be synthesis, characterization, processing and application of composites and nanomaterials including environmental protection.

Course summary

Semester 1

  • Engineering of chemical reactors
  • Modeling and simulation
  • Selected aspects of modern chemistry
  • Polymers and polymer composites
  • Applied rheology
  • Processing of polymeric materials
  • Nanocarbons and carbon/polymer composites
  • Surface phenomena and catalysis
  • Diploma Training (4 weeks)
  • Work Safety

Semester 2

  • Engineering of nanoporous materials Introduction to biotechnology
  • Environmental protection and green chemistry
  • Polymers and polymer composites
  • Advanced materials for generation/ storage of energy
  • Hybrid materials and fillers
  • Characterization techniques of materials
  • Biomaterials
  • Eligible subject
  • Physical Education

Semester 3

  • Technological project
  • Recycling of materials
  • Staff Management
  • History of Chemical Science and Industry
  • Diploma laboratory
  • Diploma seminar

University Poznan University of Technology Poznan, POLAND

Degree to be obtained Master of Science

Programme website https://www.put.poznan.pl/en

Contact International Relations Office Pl. M. Skłodowskiej-Curie 5, 60-965 Poznan, Poland

  • Phone +48 61 665 3544
  • Fax +48 61 665 3956
  • E-mail study@put.poznan.pl

Language of instruction English

ECTS points 90 (3-semester programme)

Duration 1.5 years (3 semesters)

  • Programme begins end of February
  • Programme ends end of June
  • Deadline for application 30.11.2020

Education requirements

  • English language – level B2 (Common European Framework), (3-semester programme):
  • Bachelor of Science degree (or equivalent).

Full list of the required documents is available at: https://www.put.poznan.pl/en

Mode of instruction Lectures, classes, laboratory classes, projects, internships

Last updated Feb 2020

About the School

Poznan University of Technology is the best technical university in the Wielkopolskie voivodeship in western Poland. Poznan University of Technology arose from Higher School of Machine Construction, ... Read More

Poznan University of Technology is the best technical university in the Wielkopolskie voivodeship in western Poland. Poznan University of Technology arose from Higher School of Machine Construction, which was founded in 1919. PUT boasts nearly a century of experience in educating highly qualified engineers and researchers in many areas. Read less