Robots, machine tools, motor vehicles and biomedical equipment – many technological achievements
in today’s world are inconceivable without mechanics, electronics, and information technology
working together smoothly..
For this reason, the study program in mechatronics is designed to be interdisciplinary by uniting the disciplines of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and information technology. This means we educate generalists capable of mastering complex technological processes in a holistic manner. Consequently, this study program is supported by the mechanical engineering faculty and the faculties of computer science, electrical engineering, and information technology.
- An interest in technical systems and machines
- An affinity for mathematics and software engineering
- A passion for control of technical systems.