Graduates have broad knowledge of physics, especially with regard to atmospheric processes, and related mathematical methods. They are ready to engage in the tasks of basic and applied research as well as able to use their knowledge in practice. Content is is focused mainly on atmospheric dynamics, thermodynamics, energy and air circulation, with possible applications in the field of numerical diagnostic and prognostic models and in the hydrometeorological services. It also involves knowledge of transport, transformation and modelling of pollutants in the atmosphere as well as the climatology, including the structure and dynamics of the climate system, climate modelling, anthropogenic effects on climate, or climate changes in general.
|Applications end||30th April 2023|