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University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague

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The University of Chemistry and Technology UCT Prague, Vysoká škola chemicko-technologická - VŠCHT in Czech is the largest university specializing in chemistry in the Czech Republic Though founded in 1952, UCT Prague has origins dating back to the early nineteenth century and Prague Polytechnic, a precursor to the present-day Czech Technical University in Prague, and, since that time, it has been one of the leading chemistry research universities in Central Europe More than 3,600 students are accepted every year2 In 2014, UCT Prague had 510 academic staff and 361 research staff1

Contents

  • 1 Faculties
    • 11 Faculty of Chemical Technology
    • 12 Faculty of Environmental Technology
    • 13 Faculty of Food and Biochemical Technology
    • 14 Faculty of Chemical Engineering
  • 2 History
    • 21 Origins
    • 22 Present University
  • 3 People
    • 31 Professors
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

Facultiesedit

The university has four faculties

Faculty of Chemical Technologyedit

The Faculty of Chemical Technology was established in 1969 as a result of the merger between the Faculty of Inorganic Technology and the Faculty of Organic Technology In 1952, these faculties, together with the Faculty of Food Technology, founded the independent Institute of Chemical Technology now: UCT Prague4

Faculty of Environmental Technologyedit

The Faculty of Environmental Technology was established in 1953, but activities in this area date back to the mid-1880s In the 1980s, environmental technology became predominant in the faculty's activities, and in 1991, it acquired its current name5

Faculty of Food and Biochemical Technologyedit

The teaching of food chemistry and technology has a long-standing tradition in the Czech lands, and is closely connected with the teaching of chemistry and chemical technology The Faculty of Food and Biochemical Technology was established in 19526

Faculty of Chemical Engineeringedit

The Faculty of Chemical Engineering originated in the Prague School of Chemical-Technological Engineering founded in 1952 as part of the Czech Technical University In 1960, the faculty was established in response to meet the needs of the chemical industry7

Historyedit

Originsedit

ChemTK at Czech National Library of Technology

The history of the university is rooted in the chemistry education in Bohemia from past centuries Rapid industrial development during the eighteenth century, which is connected to many important technological and natural discoveries, resulted in the foundation of Prague Polytechnic on 10 November 1806, when the first courses in mathematics and chemistry were offered In addition to general chemistry, practical chemistry instruction was also given, oriented towards working with glass, metallurgy and dyes Later, brewing processes, sugar processes, analytics, analytics of minerals and technical gases, and other subject fields were added

After the reorganization of Prague Polytechnic in 1920, the School of Chemical Technology was formed as one of seven sections of the Czech Technical University in Prague The school's reputation at the end of nineteenth century was very high, and professor Emil Votoček 1872-1950 improved its excellent international reputation into the early twentieth century The highest awards for university students and exceptional personalities in Czech chemistry carry his name

Present Universityedit

The present university was formed in 1952 when it became independent of the Czech Technical University in Prague

Peopleedit

Professorsedit

  • Otto Wichterle, inventor of the modern contact lens 1936-1970
  • Emil Votoček 1872-1950

Referencesedit

  1. ^ a b "UCT Prague Annual Report in Czech, p 35" PDF University of Chemical Technology Prague 19 August 2015 Retrieved 9 November 2015 
  2. ^ a b "UCT Prague Annual Report in Czech, p 24" PDF University of Chemical Technology Prague 19 August 2015 Retrieved 9 November 2015 
  3. ^ "UCT Prague Annual Report in Czech, p 25" PDF University of Chemical Technology Prague 19 August 2015 Retrieved 9 November 2015 
  4. ^ Picková, Ivana 2014 Chemistry - My Life Prague : Institute of Chemical Technology p 4 ISBN 978-80-7080-897-9 
  5. ^ Picková, Ivana 2014 Chemistry - My Life Prague : Institute of Chemical Technology p 20 ISBN 978-80-7080-897-9 
  6. ^ Picková, Ivana 2014 Chemistry - My Life Prague : Institute of Chemical Technology p 38 ISBN 978-80-7080-897-9 
  7. ^ Picková, Ivana 2014 Chemistry - My Life Prague : Institute of Chemical Technology p 56 ISBN 978-80-7080-897-9 

External linksedit

  • Official University Website

Coordinates: 50°6′1195″N 14°23′2361″E / 501033194°N 143898917°E / 501033194; 143898917

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