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Lecturer: Wojciech Ławicki, Ph.D.

Institute of Chemistry and Applied Electrochemistry,

Faculty of Chemical Technology,

Piotrowo 3, 60-965 Poznań, Poland

tel. (+48 61) 665 2153, fax. 665 2571,

e-mail:


Objectives of the course:

The student should obtain knowledge about the influence of religions and philosophies upon the creation of the mankind consciousness in ecology. He should be acquainted with the threat which follows from the increasing rate of civilization development as well as to know about dependencies which exist in the Nature and in the World divided due to access to resources and the state of economical development into rich and poor countries. He should be conscious about the danger and abilities in the preservation of life on the Earth, considering the increasing birth rate, the existing natural ores, energetical resources and food supply possibilities, as well as the threat resulted due to increasing degradation of the environment.


Course description:

Religions and philosophies of the East and West, the roots of ecophilosophy, the role of ecological consciousness, the eco-ethics, the strategy of ecological development and politics. The laws ruling the Nature and the ecosystems. The environment state in Poland and in the World, the Environmental Protection problems, the threats and chances in their overcoming. The material and energetical resources, food production and the waste management - as the factors which decide about the future. The role of international organizations in species preservation, life protection and in human and animals rights execution. The Laboratory exercises comprise the review of educational (ecological) movies to illustrate and to fulfill the topics presented during lectures.


Assessment methods:

Examination.


Bibliography:

1. T.Stefanowicz, Wstęp do ekologii i podstaw ochrony środowiska, Wyd. Politechniki Poznańskiej, Poznań 1996.

2. H.Skolimowski, Nadzieja matką mądrych, Eseje o ekologii, ZBZ “SANGHA”, Warszawa 1989.

3. J.Pajestka, Prolegomena globalnej racjonalności człowieka. O racjonalność ewolucji cywilizacyjnej, PWN, Warszawa 1990.

4. J.M.Moran, M.D.Morgan, J.H.Wiersma, Introduction to Environmental Science, W.H.Freeman & Co, San Francisco 1980.




Course title: Mathematics

Field of study: Environmental Protection

Hours/week - semester

Specialisation:

lecture:

4 E

2 E


semester I

semester II


Code: 3-9-7-001-01 / 3-9-7-001-02

laboratory:

Number of credits: 7 / 5

project/seminars:


Lecturer: Jerzy Hejmanowski, M.Sc.

Institute of Mathematics,

Piotrowo St. 3a, 60-965 Poznań, P.O.B. 85, Poland

tel. 665 2320, fax. 665 2348,

e-mail: office_math @ put.poznan.pl


Objectives of the course:

Getting knowledge and technique of mathematical methods applied in subjects of branch of study.


Course description:

Topics:

- Algebra and Analytic Geometry: Complex numbers, algebra of matrices and applications to linear equations systems, algebra of vectors, linear analytic geometry of three - dimensional space and surfaces of degrees 2.

- Mathematical analysis: Differential Calculus in one and several variables, integral calculus in one variable, double integrals, line integrals, numerical series, series of functions, ordinary differential equations.

- Probability Theory: Probability Space, random variables, random vectors.

- Operational Calculus: Laplace transform and applications to differential and integral equations.

- Operation Research: Linear programming.


Assessment methods:

Tests during tutorials and final written and oral exams.


Bibliography:

1. G. Decewicz, W. Żakowski - “Matematyka”, cz.I, WNT

2. W. Żakowski, M. Kołodziej - “Matematyka”, cz.II, WNT

3. T. Trajdos - “Matamatyka”, cz.III, WNT

4. W. Żakowski, W. Leksiński - “Matematyka”, cz.IV, WNT

5. W. Stankiewicz - “ Zadania z matematyki dla wyższych szkół technicznych”, cz.II, PWN

6. W. Stankiewicz, J. Wojtowicz - “Zadania z matematyki dla wyższych uczelni technicznych”, cz.II, PWN



Course title: Physics

Field of study: Environmental Protection

Hours/week - semester

Specialisation:

lecture:

2 E

2 E

semester I

semester II



Number of credits: 7 / 5

project/seminar:


Lecturer: Professor Janusz Sławiński, Ph.D., D.Sc.,

Institute of Chemistry and Applied Electrochemistry,

Faculty of Chemical Technology,

Piotrowo 3, 60-965 Poznań, Poland,

tel. (61) 665 2565, fax (61) 665 2571

e-mail: slawinsk@sol.put.poznan.pl


Objectives of the course:

To acquire basic knowledge in the Field of study of classical physics which is necessary to comprehend: 1) further subjects as physical and organic chemistry, instrumental analysis, chemical engineering and technology, ecomonitoring; 2) understand natural phenomena and processes playing a vital role in the environment, and 3) to get ability to cope with new methods, technologies and devices.


Course description:

The physics course covers fundamental interactions (forces), elements of plasma physics, dynamics of rotation and vibration, acoustics, molecular physics including transport processes, classical thermodynamics and elements of open system thermodynamics, electric and magnetic Field of study, alternating currents, Maxwell equations, photoelectric phenomena, semiconductors, electromagnetic waves, wave optics, elements of quantum optics (masers, lasers, luminescence), selected aspects of atomic and molecular physics (spectroscopy, electron and nuclear resonance, accelerators of charged particles, MHD generators). The context is maximally connected whenever possible with environmental and technological processes (examples, illustrations, simple calculus and problems).


Assessment methods:

Discussions with and questions to students during lecturing, short colloquia and two final examinations.


Bibliography:

  1. Physics, Foundations and Applications, vol. 1 & 2, R.M.Eisberg & L.S.Learner, Mc Graw-Hill Book Co, New York 1981;

  2. Jay Orear, Physics, vol. 1& 2, PWN, Warszawa 1994.




Course title: Fundamentals of Computer Science

Field of study: Environmental Protection

Hours/week - semester

Specialisation:

lecture:

2

semester I



Number of credits: 4

project/seminars:

2

semester I


Lecturer : Mariusz B. Bogacki, Ph.D., Eng.

Institute of Chemical Technology and Engineering,

Faculty of Chemical Technology,

Pl. M. Skłodowskiej - Curie 2, 60-965 Poznań,

tel.: 665 3601, fax: 665 3649,

e-mail: Mariusz.Bogacki@put.poznan.pl


Objectives of the course:

Lecture: obtaining basic knowledge on informatics problems

Laboratory: obtaining practical skills to use the basic software such as: WINDOWS, WORD, Mathcad.


Course description:

The following problems are considered:

  • Definitions and use of basic informatics notations such as bit, byte, algorithm,

  • Structure used for algorithm control: single, conditional and iterative instruction, recurrent and data structure: variable, vectors, matrices, etc.,

  • Elective to programming languages and compilation and interpreter of programs,

  • Basic methods of solving algorithmic problems,

  • Algorithms with real and unreal working time,

  • Artificial intelligence,

  • Practical use of various programs.


Assessment methods:

Continuous supervision of the problems presented on lectures and of practical use of software.


Bibliography:

Lecture:

1. Harel, D., Rzecz o istocie inforamtyki. Algorytmika. WNT. Warszawa 1992.

2. Syso, M. M., ed., Elementy informatyki. T1 i 2. PWN. Warszawa 1993.

Laboratory:

1. Michalski, W., Ćwiczenia z ... Windows, Zeszyt 2, Zakład Nauczania Informatyki MIKOM, Warszawa 1996.

2. Bednarek M., Ćwiczenia z ... Edytora Word 6.0PL, Zeszyt 9, Zakład Nauczania Informatyki MIKOM, Warszawa 1995.

3. Wiśniewski M., ero, A., Mathcad PLUS 6.0, EXIT, Warszawa 1997.

4. Mathcad PLUS 5.0 Podręcznik Użytkownika, Wydawnictwo ABB Poland, Sp. Z o. o. Krakw, 1994.


Course title: Numerical Methods

Field of study: Environmental Protection

Hours/week - semester



Number of credits: 2

project/seminar: 2 semester II


Lecturer: Jerzy Popenda, Ph.D., D.Sc.,

Institute of Mathematics,

ul. Piotrowo 3a, 60-965 Poznań, Poland

tel. (61) 878-27-63, fax. 665 2348,

e-mail: jpopenda@math.put.poznan.pl


Objectives of the course:

The students learn to recognize the type of problems that require numerical techniques for their solution, see some examples of the error propagation that can occur when numerical methods are applied, and have the opportunity to accurately approximate the solution to some problems that can not be solved exactly.


Course description:

.The course consists of the selected problems for major areas of advanced numerical methods. It encompasses: Errors and algorithm analysis. Interpolation. Interpolation and the Lagrange Polynomial, Aitken and Hermite interpolation algorithm, Newton’s interpolatory divided-difference formula. Numerical integration. Newton-Cotes formulas (Euler’s rule, trapezoid rule, Simpson’s rule). Solution of Equations in One Variable. The bisection algorithm. The Newton-Rapsod method. The secant algorithm. Direct method for solving linear systems. Gaussian elimination and backward substitution. Iterative techniques for solving linear systems. The Gauss-Seidel method. The Jacobi algorithm. Approximation theory. Discrete last-squares approximation.


Assessment methods:

Current control of knowledge and skills of students on every lecture.


Bibliography:

  1. J.Stoer, Metody numeryczne;

  2. R.L.Burden, J.D.Faires, Numerical analysis;

3. A.Marlewski, Derive 3.0;

  1. J.Popenda, A.Andruch-Sobiło, Matematyka na Derive;

5. A.Marciniak, Procedury i metody numeryczne w Turbo Pascalu.
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