Computational engineering refers to the computer-aided modeling, analysis and simulation of physical and technical systems in engineering.
As a cooperation between the departments of mathematics, mechanics, civil engineering and geodesy, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and information technology, this course is highly interdisciplinary.
In the first four semesters, basic knowledge from mathematics, computer science and engineering is taught. In the third semester, students choose one of the following five specializations: Applied mathematics and mechanics; Civil engineering; Mechanical engineering; Computer science; Electrical and Computer Engineering.
General note: With the Bachelor of Science, students obtain their first professional qualification. However, the Master of Science degree is the standard qualification at TU Darmstadt. We therefore recommend completing a master’s degree
Computational engineeringis used wherever it comes to the development and investigation of complex technical and scientific systems. Graduates of the subject are in great demand both in industry and in academic positions at universities or research institutions. Due to the interdisciplinary training, a very diverse range of activities is open to them. They find employment in the automotive industry (e.g. in the areas of simulation of crash behavior or engine development), in process engineering (e.g. in questions of environmental compatibility or the energy consumption of production plants), in electrical engineering (e.g. for the design of electronic components or for questions of electromagnetic compatibility), in civil engineering (e.g.
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