About this course
This degree programme is unique, because it integrated both multi-scale simulation techniques and state-of-the-art experimental analysis processes and promotes hands-on application of the acquired skills in a project-focused team within an interdisciplinary field.
It provides the opportunity to specialise in the following fields
- Multi-scale material modelling
- Physical and mechanical material properties
- Microstructure-property relationships
- Numerical modelling
- Material processing and characterisation
- Light elements in metallic alloys
- Materials for aviation and aerospace applications
The requirements for admission to the masters course are:
- A Bachelor (B.Sc.) or comparable degree in one of the following or related disciplines: Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Power Engineering, Chemistry, Nanotechnology, Mathematics, Computer Sciences or Astronomy.
- Adequate English language skills
- Students with a 7 semester Bachelor's degree have the possibility to apply directly for a 3 semester course, starting every summer term (read more).
- Students who have irrevocably failed the final exam of a Master's, Bachelor's or Diploma degree at a german university in one of the disciplines mentioned above cannot apply for the Masters course Materials Science and Simulation.
The examination board of the master's course is entitled to raise further requirements in the individual case.