The doctoral degree programme focuses on an interdisciplinary approach to the study of the processes present in an open and urban landscape and on the interactions of human activities within the landscape and with both the landscape and the surrounding environment as such. The objective of studies is to understand these interactions and try to eliminate their negative impacts.
The world is changing – partly due to the fact that humankind has acquired an ever increasing ability of adapting the environment to its image and needs, and partly as a result of global changes, either man-made or spontaneous. The world population is constantly increasing, and together with people’s efforts to increase their standard of living and the constant growth of the global economy, the pressure on the environment as a whole is escalating.
In the developed world, these tendencies must be confronted by striving for the deepest possible knowledge not only within individual partial fields, but in a wider context – to get to know the circumstances, potential causes and consequences, to be able to predict. To work in the widest possible teams, learn both the knowledge itself as well as mutual understanding, cooperation and tolerance.
These are the objectives of instruction in the doctoral degree programme of Environmental Engineering.
The graduates of the EE programme will find employment as, e.g.:
GUARANTOR AND BRANCH BOARD CHAIR OF THE DOCTORAL DEGREE STUDY PROGRAMME OF
Responsible: prof. Dr. Ing. Bořek Patzák