• Statistics and Introduction to Chemometrics Theory and Exercise
  • Applied Informatics I: Information Technology, and Data Management Theory and Computer Exercise
  • Applied Informatics II: Chemistry-Related Applicants - Theory and Computer Exercise
  • Applied Informatics III: Introduction to Programming - Theory and Exercise
  • Chemometrics and Data Management: Applied Statistics and Advanced Methods- Theory and Exercise
  • Multivariate Data Analysis (MVDA) and Design of Experiments (DoE) Mehods and Exercise
  • Data Mining and Visualisation - Methods and Exercise


  • identify suitable methods for collecting representative samples and apply these methods to analytical tasks
  • compile reports and protocols and organise data efficiently
  • use specialised software for chemistry, e.g. chemical drawing software, databases, electronic lab notebooks and web-based simulation programs, and carry out literature research using chemistry databases
  • write application-oriented programs (e.g. using Virtual Basic for Applications or Python) and prepare programs for exercises in the laboratory
  • solve simple multivariate data analysis problems, find solutions to tasks with the aid of computer software
  • apply advanced methods of multivariate data analysis and design statistical experiments
  • process large volumes of data and evaluate them critically and identify trends


  • IMC Krems’ Applied Chemistry bachelor degree programme is taught in English and is aligned with the requirements of today’s chemicals industry. For instance, the curriculum places a strong emphasis on chemometrics – the application of statistical methods in the planning, development and selection of chemical processes and experiments – and the related IT-supported analysis of large volumes of data (big data analysis).
  • The modelling of molecules and simulation of experiments using computer-aided techniques is also crucial for efficient drug design in the pharmaceuticals industry.
  • In addition, the innovative programme skilfully combines this with comprehensive training in chemistry as well as groundbreaking topics such as the use of renewable raw materials, and waste recycling and reuse.
  • By linking chemistry subjects with the study of computer-based methods, students acquire the competences for which industry demand will become stronger and stronger.
  • The content of individual subject areas was carefully integrated so that the links between different sub-disciplines are explicitly addressed and students develop an interdisciplinary mindset.
  • In semester 6, students have the possibility to study familiar topics in more depth and opt for one of the two electives: Instrumental Analysis and Chemometrics or Organic and Pharmaceutical Chemistry.
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