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Piotrowo 3, 60-965 Poznan, phone +48 061 6652351 fax +48 061 6652852

E-mail: office_dctf@put.poznan.pl Home Page: http://www.fct.put.poznan.pl





Course title: Principles of Philosophy

Elective subject I

Field of study: Chemical Technology

Hours/week - semester

Specialisation:

lecture:

Profile:

classes:

2

semester I

Code: 3-9-1-053-01

laboratory:

Number of credits: 3

project/seminars:


Lecturer: Stanisław Popławski, Ph.D., D.Sc.

Institute of Management Engineering,

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Management,
Strzelecka 11, 60-965 Poznań, Poland

tel. 852-75-21 w.174

e-mail: office_me@put.poznan.pl




Objectives of the course:

Students will obtain knowledge of the main philosophical terms and categories and the ways of philosophical thinking for better interpretation of recognized reality.


Course description:

Introduction: a man and world - natural, scientific and philosophical picture. The subject and the inner structure of philosophy. Philosophy among other sciences. Philosophical basis of sciences. Epistemology - realism and idealism in recognition theory. Rationalism and empiricism in looking for the sources of knowledge. The matter of truthfulness of knowledge, the criterions of the truth. The theory of existence (ontology. metaphysics) - basic knowledge. Currents and points of view of ontology. The rules and the changes of the world: determinism, indeterminism. The problems of freedom: ontological and socially axiological dimensions. Human being and a subject of scientific and philosophical reflection. Philosophical concepts of a man - an argue of human nature. Technique, its humanistic reason and social functions.


Assessment methods:

Written test.


Bibliography:

1. B. Russel, The Problems of Philosophy, London 1967




Course title: History of Philosophy

Elective subject I

Field of study: Chemical Technology

Hours/week - semester


Profile:

classes:

2

semester I

Code: 3-9-1-053-01

laboratory:

Number of credits: 3

project/seminars:


Lecturer: Zdzisław Maciejewski, Ph.D.

Institute of Management Engineering,

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Management,
Strzelecka 11, 60-965 Poznań, Poland

tel. 852-75-21 w.174

e-mail: office_me@put.poznan.pl




Objectives of the course:

Students will obtain knowledge of analysing of chosen currents of philosophy, their role in creating elements of culture.


Course description: The ways of classification and systematisation of philosophical currents. Ancient philosophy of Greek and Roman times. Early Christian philosophy: Augustine and Boethius. Theological interpretation of Aristotle: Thomas. Our times philosophy: methodological rationalism of Descartes, methodological empiricism of Bacon. Social naturalism by Hobbes. Critical philosophy of Kant. German idealistic materialistic philosophy. Positivism and evolutionism. Metaphysical irrationalism by Schopenhauer. Modern philosophy - Elective currents.


Assessment methods:

Written test.


Bibliography:

1. B. Russel, A History of Western Philosophy, sec. ed., London 1968




Course title: Ethics

Elective subject I

Field of study: Chemical Technology

Hours/week - semester


Profile:

classes:

2

semester I

Code: 3-9-1-053-01

laboratory:

Number of credits: 3

project/seminars:


Lecturer: Ryszard Nazar, Ph.D.

Institute of Management Engineering,

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Management,

Strzelecka 11, 60-965 Poznań, Poland

tel. 852-75-21 w.174

e-mail: office_me@put.poznan.pl



Objectives of the course:

Students will obtain knowledge of theoretical and practical problems of moral consciousness.


Course description:

Human being and the world of values. Main ethics categories: morality. descriptive ethics (sociology and psychology of morality, metaethics), normative ethics, moral value, duty, norms, marks, sanctions. Description and marks - the problem of truth in an ethics. Main currents and criterions of description of normative ethics. Eudaemonism, hedonism, stoicism. Christian ethics. Perfectionism. Utilitarism. Independent ethics. A man and human life and a moral value. Dignity - its understanding and the ways of defending. Freedom, independence and responsibility as markings of moral estimations. Tolerance and its limits. Pluralism, Confidence, kindness, brotherhood, solidarity as moral values in a sphere of social interactions. Engineer’s ethics - moral aspects of engineers’ social roles. Technique and its development from ethical point of view.


Assessment methods:

Written tests and discussions


Bibliography:

1. P. Singer, Practical Ethics, Oxford 1993.



Course title: General sociology

Elective subject II

Field of study: Chemical Technology

Hours/week - semester


Profile:

classes:

2

semester II

Code: 3-9-1-055-02

laboratory:

Number of credits: 3

project/seminars:


Lecturer: Emilia Guenther, Ph.D.

Institute of Management Engineering,

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Management,

Strzelecka 11, 60-965 Poznań, Poland

tel. 852-75-21 w.174

e-mail: office_me@put.poznan.pl



Objectives of the course:

Students will obtain knowledge of the problems of theoretical sociology and analysing social phenomena.


Course description:

General sociology and detailed sociologies. Research methods in sociology: techniques and their functions in practice. Biological, economical and cultural basis of social life. Human being as a subject of social life: social personality and its typology, social roles, attitudes - their shaping and changing, Social ties and their components. Structure - of organisation and functioning. Basic social processes: accommodation, co-operation, rivalry, social mobility, evolution and revolution. Social conflicts and other phenomena of disorganisation and the place of work, sources and methods to overcome them. Engineers’ position and roles in work and in society.


Assessment methods:

Written exam


Bibliography:

1. I. Robertson, Sociology, New York 1987




Course title: Social Psychology

Elective subject II

Field of study: Chemical Technology

Hours/week - semester


Profile:

classes:

2

semester II

Code: 3-9-1-055-02

laboratory:

Number of credits: 3

project/seminars:


Lecturer: Józef Kazimierczak, Ph.D.

Institute of Management Engineering,

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Management,

Strzelecka 11, 60-965 Poznań, Poland

tel. 852-75-21 w.174

e-mail: office_me@put.poznan.pl



Objectives of the course:

Students will obtain knowledge of the theoretical basis of psychology and the ways of attitudes shaping and factors determining social behaviour.


Course description:

Social psychology - subject. structure and methods. Main currents and schools. A man in social organization - individuals and their social behaviour. Group behaviour Socialisation and its determinations, sociopsychological role. Accommodation and accommodation failures. Needs, motivations, attitudes. Attitudes - their formation and structure. Attitudes functions: accommodative, defending ego, values expression, cognitive. Social roles and their influence to attitudes and behaviour. Mechanisms of changing attitudes - cognitive dissonance theory. Psychological determinants of decisions. Psychotechniques, sociotechniques and psychomanipulations. Leading and leadership - theories of leading styles. Psychological aspects of organisation and steering of human groups. Social deviations and pathologies.


Assessment methods:

Written test


Bibliography:

1. P. M. Maslow, Motivation and Personality, New York, 1954

2. David G. Myers, Social Psychology, McGraw-Hill, N.Y. 1993




Course title: Aesthetics

Elective subject II

Field of study: Chemical Technology

Hours/week - semester


Profile:

classes:

2

semester II

Code: 3-9-1-055-02

laboratory:

Number of credits: 3

project/seminars:


Lecturer: Edward Niesyty, Ph.D.

Institute of Management Engineering,

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Management,
Strzelecka 11, 60-965 Poznań, Poland

tel. 852-75-21 w.174

e-mail: office_me@put.poznan.pl



Objectives of the course:

Students will obtain theoretical knowledge of aesthetics as a way of understanding and evaluation of art.


Course description:

Main categories of aesthetics, Art - the creator and receiver. The problem of receiving the piece of art, its understanding, Styles and conventions of art, Most important styles in Mediterranean culture history. Styles of Greek and Roman art. Middle Ages art. Renaissance outbreak. art development till XIX-century, the idea of modernity in European culture. Main attitudes in modern art. From “art for art” to engaged art. Vanguard and the limits of art. Useful art, games of words. bodies and gesture, professional art. Kinds of art: theatre, music, poetry. literature, architecture, sculpture, painting and connected. Borrowing and plagiarism. Mass art, unique art. Art dealing. Fashion, pulp art, cheap art.


Assessment methods:

Written test


Bibliography:

1. E. H. Gombrich, The Story of Art, London 1996




Course title: Mathematics

Field of study: Chemical Technology

Hours/week - semester

Specialisation:

lecture:

4 E

2 E

semester I semester II


Code: 3-9-1-001-01 / 3-9-1-001-02

laboratory:

Number of credits: 8 / 6

project/seminars:


Lecturer: Andrzej Drozdowicz, Ph.D.

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 acquainted with techniques of mathematical methods applied in subjects of branch of study.


Course description:


- 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 classes 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 - “Matematyka”, 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: English

Field of study: Chemical Technology

Hours/week - semester


Profile:

classes:

4

E

semester III-VI

semester VI

Code: 3-9-1-009-03 / 3-9-1-009-04

3-9-1-009-05 / 3-9-1-009-06

laboratory:

Number of credits: 1 for I–VI semesters

project/seminar:


Lecturer: Iwona Gajewska-Skrzypczak, M.Sc.

Department of Foreign Languages

Piotrowo 3A, 60-965 Poznań, Poland

tel. 665 2491, fax 665 2793

e-mail: office_dfl@put.poznan.pl


Objectives of the course:

Students will obtain knowledge of proper communication in English.


Course description:

  1. Repetition of grammar of the secondary school level (classes, conversations, essays on different topics).

  2. Elements of grammar on a new level, focus on the main forms of its use.

  3. Phrases used in typical everyday life situations: shopping, asking the way, at the doctor’s, at the railway station, at the post office, description of a flat,

  4. Reaching high degree of communication and creating written forms on various topics: reports, formal and informal letters, c.v., application for a job,

  5. Enhancing vocabulary, adding new expressions as well as idioms. Discussion on various topics.

  6. Introducing additional elements of foreign languages Elective for different departments.

  7. Technical vocabulary various departments (individual study).

  8. Getting acquainted with professional literature, use of additional materials (newspapers, magazines, bulletin).

  9. Widening of general technical vocabulary.

  10. Additional articles/books of a free discussion and creative writing; marketing, advertising, vocabulary in commercial correspondence.


Assessment methods:

Tests during academic year, final exam (written and oral) after the course.


Bibliography:

Detailed information – course description, exam requirements and topics are displayed on the Board at the Department of Foreign Languages.



Course title: Physics

Field of study: Chemical Technology

Hours/week - semester

Specialisation: -

lecture:

2 E

2 E

semester I

semester II



Number of credits: 8 / 6

project/seminars:








Lecturer: Henryk Manikowski, Ph.D., D.Sc.

Institute of Physics,

Faculty of Technical Physics,

Piotrowo 3, 60-965 Poznań, Poland

tel. 665 2665, fax 665 2324,

e-mail: henrykm@phys.put.poznan.pl.


Objectives of the course:

The main objectives of physics course are twofold: to provide students with a clear and logical presentation of the basic concepts and principles of physics, and strengthen an understanding of the concepts and principles through a broad range of interesting applications to the real world. At the same time an attempt is made to motivate the student through practical examples which demonstrate the role of physics in other disciplines. The mathematical background of students taking this course should include one semester of calculus.


Course description:

Mechanics. Oscillations. The gravitational field . Fluid mechanics. Waves in elastic media. Heat. Kinetic theory of gases. Laws of thermodynamics. Relativistic mechanics. The electric field, Coulomb’s law and Gauss’s law. Electric current. The magnetic field . Faraday’s law of induction. Magnetic properties of matter. Electromagnetic oscillations and waves. Geometrical optics. Wave optics. Quantum physics. Solid state physics.


Assessment methods:

Current tests during laboratory classes and auditory classes, final examination.


Bibliography:

  1. R. Resnick, D. Halliday, Fizyka t. I i II, PWN, Warszawa 1998.

  2. B. Jaworski, H. Dietław, L. Miłkowska, Kurs fizyki t. I, II i III, PWN, Warszawa 1979.

  3. Cz. Bobrowski, Fizyka,WNT, Warszawa 1995.




Course title: Fundamentals of Computer Science

Field of study: Chemical Technology

Hours/week - semester

Specialisation:

lecture:

2

semester III



Number of credits: 3 / 4

project/seminars:

2

semester IV


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 a practical skill 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:

Continous supervision of the problems presented on lectures and 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., wiczenia z ... Windows, Zeszyt 2, Zakład Nauczania Inforamtyki MIKOM, Warszawa 1996.

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

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

4. Mathcad PLUS 5.0 Podrcznik Uytkownika, Wydawnictwo ABB Poland, Sp. Z o. o. Krakw, 1994.


Course title: Inorganic Chemistry

Field of study: Chemical Technology

Hours/week - semester

Specialisation:

lecture:

3

3

E

semester I semester II semester III



Number of credits: 7 / 11 / 6

project/seminars:


Lecturer: Professor Zenon Łukaszewski, Ph.D., D.Sc.

Institute of Chemistry and Applied Electrochemistry,

Faculty of Chemical Technology,

Piotrowo 3, 60-965 Poznań,

tel. (61) 665 2786, fax (61) 665 2571,

e-mail: Zenon.Lukaszewski@put.poznan.p


Objectives of the course:

Students will obtain basic knowledge in general and inorganic chemistry, fluency in writing chemical reactions and stoichiometric calculations and to gain experience in chemical properties of cations and anions.


Course description:

The periodic table. Chemical bonding: ionic and covalent bonds, van der Waals forces. Energy changes in chemical reactions, free energy, standard redox potentials, equilibrium constant, reaction rates. Acid-base reactions, acid/base strength in water, the pH scale, neutralisation in aqueous solution, buffers. Coordination compounds, stability of metal complexes, pH effect on complex stability. Solubility, solubility product, pH and complex formation effect on solubility. Redox reactions, Pourbaix diagrams, thermodynamic stability of water, strong reductants and oxidation agents in aqueous solutions. Nonmetals and their compounds, hydrogen. oxygen, chlorine, sulphur, nitrogen, phosphorus, silicates and alumosilicates. Metals, metal oxides, hydroxides and sulphides, acid strength of metal cations, reduction of metal compounds to free metals, redox and precipitation.


Assessment methods:

Continuous supervision during laboratory work and classes, written examination after semester III.


Bibliography:

1. W.W. PorterField of study, Inorganic Chemistry, Academic Press, 1993



Course title: Engineering Drawing

Field of study: Chemical Technology

Hours/week - semester



Number of credits: 3 / 3

project:

2

2

semester I

semester II


Lecturer: Vello Press, Ph.D, Eng.; Piotr Agaciński, M.Sc., Eng

Institute of Chemical Technology and Engineering

Faculty of Chemical Technology

Piotrowo 1, Hala A-22,60-965 Poznań, Poland,

tel.: 665 2789; fax: 8103003;

e-mail: mirka@box43.gnet.pl


Objectives of the course:

Students should get knowledge of the language of the designer, technician and engineer used to communicate designs and construction details to others. The fundamentals of engineering drawing and dimensioning are connected with both reading of diagrammatic drawing as well as preparing of technological draft of various scale.


Course description:

The subject includes the graphic language in theory and praxis: writing and reading, lines and lettering, methods of shape and size description, charts and graphs, fundamentals of design, basic machine elements, piping, drawing for engineering design and construction with special attention to chemical engineering equipment. An acquaintance with contemporary computer technology for engineering drawing using of the AutoCAD and GRAF2000 software.


Assessment methods:

Permanent control during the courses, preparation of 14 individual engineering drawings (isometric, diagrammatic, drawing to scale, dimensional, working, collective and assembly)


Bibliography:

1. Dobrzanski T.: Rysunek techniczny maszynowy, WNT, Warszawa 1998.

2. Gutowski A.: Ćwiczenia z rysunku technicznego, WSiP, Warszawa 1992.

3. French Th.E., Vierck C.J.: Engineering Drawing and Graphic Technology, McGraw Hill Book Comp, New York 1975.

4. Pikoń J., Hehlman J., Janowicz R., Sąsiadek B.: Atlas konstrukcji aparatury chemicznej, Wyd. Politechniki Śląskiej, Gliwice 1985.

5. Mały Poradnik Mechanika, t. I i II, WNT, Warszawa 1985.

6. Zbiór norm rysunku technicznego.



Course title: Organic Chemistry

Field of study: Chemical Technology

Hours/week - semester

Specialisation:

lecture:

3

3 E

semester III semester IV



Number of credits: 6 / 6 / 8

project/seminars:
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