CSE is a combination of engineering sciences, mathematics and applied computer sciences. Students will develop mathematical models for physical processes such as occur in various branches of engineering sciences.
They will solve specific problems regarding physical modelling, mathematical description as well as numerical simulation and performing and evaluating complex numerical analyses of engineering processes.
Because of the international focus of CSE, our students find themselves in a multicultural environment.
CSE graduates will be able to apply this knowledge both in the development of new approaches and to improve existing technologies. They will have skills to plan and deal with subprojects in increasingly interdisciplinary project teams, and to successfully present the results.
The CSE master’s programme enables graduates to carry out independent research as part of doctoral studies in civil, mechanical or electrical engineering, or in mathematics.