|Study Guide to Masters and Bachelors Degree Courses|
Computational Sciences in Engineering (CSE)
Institute of Technology
Technical University of Braunschweig
|Address||TU Braunschweig, CSE, Beethovenstrasse 51, 38106 Braunschweig, Germany|
|Tel. No.||+49 531 391 2241|
|Fax No.||+49 531 391 2242|
|Course||MSc in Computational Sciences in Engineering (CSE)|
|Type of course||Full-time||Lenght of course||2 years|
|Date of commencement||October 1st / application deadline: February 15th|
|Class size||40 students|
|Cost/Fees||500 € tuition fee and about 200 € administration fee – includes the Lower Saxony train ticket and the ticket for public transportation|
|Accommodation||Available, university holds several student dormitories|
|Student grants / financial assistance||Several scholarships available for national and international students|
|Top recruiters of our graduates||PhD-Programmes in German and foreign universities, Volkswagen, Airbus, Siemens,|
|Admissions requirements||TOEFL of 550/213 points, knowledge of the German language not necessary, free German courses are offered within the programme|
|Course director||Prof. Dr.-Ing. Andreas Zilian|
|Student profile|| Countries of origin:
China, India, Bangladesh, Brazil, Pakistan, Indonesia, Germany, Russia, Turkey, Greece, Vietnam, Canada, USA, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Nepal, Chile, Mexico, Colombia |
Ratio Men: Women Men: 85%, Women: 15%
Age Range 22-29 years old
Average Age 24
Average Work Experience 1 year
Computational sciences and engineering have become an indispensable part of almost all scientific research and technological development at universities and laboratories as well as in research and development offices in the private sector.
The breathtaking progress in computing has dramatically changed the way engineers, mathematicians, and computer scientists work. The technological improvement of hard- and software and the genesis of computer-based methods have opened up new possibilities and horizons for the natural sciences and engineering.
In many areas computer simulations have complemented or even replaced experiments, which has led to a so far unknown quality of scientific and practical work.
A graduate who has successfully completed his studies in Computational Sciences in Engineering has the ability to develop mathematical models of physical processes arising in various engineering sciences and to solve the model equations with appropriate numerical methods.
He (she) has gained specialized knowledge in the fields of natural and engineering sciences (general physics, thermodynamics, solid and fluid dynamics), mathematics and computer science (linear algebra, differential equations, variational calculus, scientific computing) and scientific computing for engineering problems (numerical methods, weighted residuals, finite difference/volume/element technology for linear and nonlinear problems, high performance and parallel computing).
He (she) is able to apply this knowledge for the development of new approaches and enhancement of existing techniques, respectively.
He (she) has the ability to work in increasingly interdisciplinary project teams the members of which, at this stage, are often located at different places, partly in different continents, and communicate using modern media. In this working environment, he (she) is able to plan and handle sub-projects and to present his (her) results successfully.
The Master programme of the Technische Universitaet Braunschweig is research oriented and characterized by its distinctive scientific orientation. Moreover, it is characterized by the concentration in terms of the contents on the basis of an extensive offer of possibilities for consolidation that are strongly oriented to the current fields of research of the involved faculties and their institutes.
The graduates have a profound knowledge on several fields of a specific engineering science and scientific computing. Furthermore, key qualifications have been acquired.
The successful completion of the Master programme Computational Sciences in Engineering enables the graduates to find appropriate solutions for problems in the area of Computational Sciences in Engineering and to work in leading positions in the engineering industry and in the administration as well as to do research work independently.
Especially, the Master programme enables to perform research work independently within the scope of a doctoral thesis in the fields of Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Information Technology, Mathematics or Computer Science.
Graduates of the Master programme are able to solve problems using their specialized knowledge. Furthermore, their interdisciplinary knowledge enables them to occupy positions in project management.
The participating departments in the CSE-programme are:
Carl-Friedrich Gauss Department
Department of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Environmental Sciences
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering, Information Technology, Physics
Please find individual descriptions for each department on the corresponding websites.
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