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University-industry collaboration

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The Parc

(Pharmaceutical Applied Research Center)

Web: https://www.theparc.eu/


The Parc is a post-graduate program focusing on pharmaceutical research from discovery of new solid forms of active pharmaceutical ingredients to development of drug products. Specifically, The Parc is active in the areas of solid state chemistry and processes, preformulation and solid state analysis, drug product design and processes, biopharmacy and preclinical in-vivo testing.

The Parc is a joint initiative of Zentiva, University of Chemistry and Technology, Charles University and the Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, whose aim is to foster industry-academia collaboration and the education of PhD students in pharmaceutical sciences. Prof. Štěpánek is the Scientific Director of The Parc.

  Casale Project

Process: Nitric acid dual pressure Capacity: 685 MTPD Client: Yara (the world biggest producer of fertilizers) Location: Köping, Sweden

Casale Project a.s.


Who are we?

We are a professional EPC contractor that provides comprehensive design services. We produce designs for all stages of a project from the basic design, through the detail design, to the as-built. We also supply process equipment and package units including installation, construction and commissioning involving mechanical completion, commissioning, and performance test. We also provide project management during plant erection. The principal business area of CASALE PROJECT a.s. is the segment of nitrogen fertilizers based on the process know-how of our affiliate company CASALE SA (Switzerland).

Employment of graduates in our company

A lot of graduates of the Department of Chemical Engineering UCT Prague already work in our company and their skills are proven in our process division. In case of interest, it is possible, after getting of adequate experience, to switch into the project department to become a project manager.

Work in process division includes:

  • Design and sizing of equipment or piping applying simulation software UniSim Design or HTRI
  • Supply of process data into instrumentation datasheets
  • Developing of process design documentation involving design basis, process description, heat and mass balances, raw material consumption, effluents and emissions, process flow diagrams, piping and instrumentation diagrams, manuals
  • Participation at start-up of the designed unit, training of client operators
  • Preparation of materials and reports in the area of health, safety and environment

Our cooperation with Department of Chemical Engineering UCT Prague

We managed to establish a long-term and successful cooperation with the Department of Chemical Engineering at UCT Prague. Within the subject Process Engineering and Design, we annually prepare a lecture describing the run of a commercial project of the construction of a chemical unit and introducing the role of a process engineer in all stages of such project. We also assign a task for Process project of students, in which students try to apply their knowledge in a real industrial problem. If it is necessary, we are always ready to support students during the elaboration of their Process project.

Did we interest you?

Do you want to obtain a detail information about our company? Do not hesitate to visit our website or contact our contact person directly!

Web:                    www.casaleproject.cz

Contact:              Oldřich Pešek, opesek@casaleproject.cz

Updated: 4.3.2021 11:10, Author: Jitka Čejková

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