Systems Design is a new Master Degree program in engineering focusing on the design and implementation of complex systems. Systems Design graduates are able to understand, develop, and modify complex technical systems in the fields of electronics and mechatronics.
Students acquire detailed knowledge of mathematics, informatics, technological physics, control systems, numeric processes, circuit design, robotics and systems theory.
These qualifications allow graduates to take up leading positions in research and development in a variety of fields.
Students can choose from five specialist areas to focus on after their first semester:
In the academic year 2011/12, the following specialist areas will be offered: Remote Systems, Mechatronic Systems, Embedded Systems, and Control Systems
The first semester is followed by two semesters of courses that are specific to the chosen field of specialization (see module overview). In the fourth semester the Master thesis will be written in conjunction with a work placement. On completing the final examination, after four semesters, students are awarded the Master of Science in Engineering, MSc.
Remote Systems, Sensor Systems, Control Systems, Mechatronic Systems...