STUDY AT ECUT
 
 
Phd. Program Geological Resources and Engineering
 


  • Research Fields:

  • Field (I): Uranium Metallogenic Theory and Metallogenic Prognosis

  • Field (II): Method and Technology of Nuclear Resource Exploration

  • Field (III): Uranium Mining and Mining Environment

  • Field (IV): Nuclear Waste Disposal and Geological Disposal


  • Course Arrangement

Course Types

Course Name

Hours

Credits

Term

Notation

Degree course

Language

Introduction of Chinese Traditions

36

2

1

All Fields

Chinese Language

80

2

1

Foundation Course

Advanced Geology

40

2

1

Modern Nuclear Resources and Environment

40

2

1

Non-

Degree

Course

Professional Required Course

Regional Geology and Uranium Mineralization Zoning

40

2

1

Field (I)

Uranium Geochemistry

40

2

1

Geophysical Method for Nuclear Resource Exploration                    

40

2

1

Field (II)

Nuclear prospecting Instrument and Application Technology

40

2

1

Principle and Technology of Uranium Leaching

40

2

1

Field (III)

Uranium mine environment

40

2

1

Radiation environment and protection

40

2

1

Field (IV)

Treatment and disposal of radioactive waste

40

2

1

Professional Optional Course

Theory and practice of uranium mineralization

40

2

2

Choose 2-4 accordingly

Technology economics of uranium resources

40

2

2

World uranium deposit

40

2

2

New nuclear geophysical technology

40

2

2

Geophysical inversion and tomography

40

2

2

Geochemical method for nuclear resource exploration

40

2

2

Uranium and hydro geochemical

40

2

2

Uranium biological wet metallurgy

40

2

2

Uranium mining and nuclear facilities

40

2

2

Nuclear chemistry and radiation chemistry

40

2

2

Theory and Simulation of radionuclide migration

40

2

2

environmental geotechnics

40

2

2

Resource and Environment Remote Sensing Technology

40

2

2

New technology of signal and information processing

40

2

2

Uranium mining and Metallurgy Engineering

40

2

2

Circular economics of nuclear resources

40

2

2

Additional Course

Tutors