Computational Engineering

Computational Engineering

Modern product development is increasingly using virtual, i.e. computer-aided methods. The industry vision of being able to create the very first designs perfectly can only be fulfilled with the extensive application of computer-based processes. In product development phases in which no physical prototypes exist for testing, computer simulation is the only option available for identifying properties and optimisations as well as performing functional tests.

The Department of Mechanical, Automotive and Aeronautical Engineering at Munich University of Applied Sciences offers graduates with a good initial academic degree in the area of automotive engineering, mechanical engineering, mechatronics or a related field and who are interested in completing a higher qualification in a promising high-tech area the opportunity to complete the Computational Engineering master’s programme.

The programme may be

  • commenced in the winter as well as the summer semester and
  • completed as a full-time (three semester) or part-time (six semester) programme.

Language of instruction is German (with exceptions).

Successful completion of the programme leads to the award of the degree of Master of Science (M.Sc.).

For more informations please visit our german site .

Degree Course Director

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klemens Rother
Room: R 4.059

Tel.: 089 1265-3348
Fax: 089 1265-3308

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