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Bachelor/Master Theses for Erasmus students

Bachelor/Master Thesis 1

Title: Chemometric methods for characterization of different environmental or food samples

Description: Chemometric methods will be used for characterization / classification of different environmental or food samples. Different pollution parameters are measured for water, soil or sediment samples. For handling the results, basic statistical methods for the determination of mean and median values, standard deviations, minimal and maximal values of measured parameters and their mutual correlation coefficients, will be performed. Different chemometric methods, namely, principal component analysis (PCA), cluster analysis (CA), and linear discriminant analysis (LDA) will be used to find hidden information about different samples. Food samples will be classified according to food quality and food safety regarding to the metals content, while environmental samples can be characterized regarding pollution. The study will give the opportunity to follow quality of environmental samples. Monitoring of general pollution and following measuring parameters which are above permitted concentration level will be used for searching of pollution source, for planning of prevention action and for the protection from pollution.

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Darinka Brodnjak Vončina

Duration: 4-5 months

ECTS: 10-30

Includes: laboratory work, written thesis in hardcover, and official defense before the committee

Bachelor/Master Thesis 2

Title: High surface area  poly(4-vinylbenzyl chlorides): effect of solvent on hypercrosslinking reaction

Methods: experimental work in the Laboratory for organic chemistry

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Peter Krajnc

Duration: 4-5 months

ECTS: 10-30

Includes: laboratory work, written thesis in hardcover, and official defense before the committee

Bachelor/Master Thesis 3

Title: Sensitivity analysis in process design under uncertainty

Description: you will use the variance-based sensitivity analysis to determine the importance of uncertain parameters, the interactions between them, and to reduce the number of uncertain parameters in final design of flexible process flow sheet.

Methods: you will use mathematical programming, GAMS program, Monte Carlo simulation, and statistical methods.

Supervisor: Dr. Zorka Novak Pintarič, Associate Professor

Duration: 4-5 months

ECTS: 10-30

Includes: computer work, written thesis in hardcover, and official defense before the committee