The subject of the interdisciplinary Master of Science Computational Engineering (CE) course is the modeling and simulation of technical and physical systems. Mathematics, mechanics, civil engineering and geodesy, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and information technology and computer science are linked across departments. The course can be individually tailored through an extensive elective area and specialization in an application subject. A mentoring system serves as a supervisory support. During your studies you can spend time abroad for study semesters or to work on your master’s thesis.
Computational engineering is 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. for strength calculations or for questions of fire protection) or in the field of computer science (e.g. for the development of brain-computer interfaces, the modeling of learning processes or the automatic modeling of intelligent robotics).
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