Computational Mechanics of Materials and Structures is concerned with the simulation of advanced engineering problems using modelling, computer implementation, experimental verification and case study investigation. This Master of Science program provides the basis of hightech engineering designed for a broad spectrum of applications. One of the unique characteristics of this degree program is close interdisciplinary cooperation between the faculties of Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and the Engineering Cybernetics as well as local laboratories and industry. The program is especially designed for students who are interested in the theoretical and numerical modelling of materials and structures. The scientific field of Computational Mechanics of Materials and Structures is characterized by a comprehensive treatment and interaction of mechanical problems and numerical methods. The underlying concept is a coupling of theoretical modelling, numerical implementation, experimental verification and computer simulation. This dramatically expanding area of science induces a large number of research activities and is accompanied by strong international cooperations. The entire COMMAS program can be studied in English.
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Very good knowledge of English, non-Nativespeakers need a language certificate (TOEFL-Test with 213 credits (computer-based test) or a similar certificate).
Until February 15th for the beginning of the course in the winter semester of the same year. Application directly to the department.
The quality of this study programme is tested in an accreditation process.
The examination regulations (in German: Prüfungsordnungen) include a survey of the required modules.