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Department history

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The history of the department goes back to the beginning of Prague Polytechnic (the predecessor of UCT, established in 1807). Technical chemistry (particularly inorganic technology) was first offered as an individual study program in the academic year 1863/64. In 1920 Prague Polytechnic was rebuilt and the Czech Technical University was established, incorporating the Faculty of Chemical-Technological Engineering. The Faculty was transformed into an independent university (the Institute of Chemical Technology) in 1952. The branch of inorganic technology was developed primarily by Professor Jaroslav Milbauer (1880-1959) and Professor Albert Regner (1905-1970).

Heads of deparment

1952 - 1970   prof. Ing. Dr. Albert Regner
1970 - 1986   prof. Ing. Jan Vosolsobě, CSc.
1986 - 1993   doc. Ing. Vladimír Mejta, CSc.
1993 - 1997   doc. Ing. Jiří Michálek, CSc.
1997 - 2002   doc. Ing. Bohumil Bernauer, CSc.
2002 -              prof. Dr. Ing. Karel Bouzek

Updated: 28.4.2021 10:38, Author: Kateřina Bednářová

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