Master programmes Electrical Engineering
Master's in Energy engineering
Energy engineering is one of five Electrical Engineering master's programmes. Energy engineering mainly deals with the use of available primary energy as efficiently as possible. Essential to this challenge are the demanding requirements for reliability and eco-friendliness, and electromagnetic compatibility. Energy-efficient scenarios for the future over long periods of time are required for planning.
Master's in Automation Technology
Automation Technology is one of five Electrical Engineering master's programmes. Automation Technology mainly deals with the safe and efficient running of technical processes without human intervention. Challenges in this field lie in the network-based control of highly complex systems and in the large-scale integration of distributed intelligence.
Master's in Telecommunication
Telecommunication is one of five Electrical Engineering master's programmes. Telecommunication deals with the transfer, switching and processing of messages and information. Messages in the form of text, images or data must be converted into electrical or optical signals and then suitably coded for quick and secure transfer via lines, fibre optics or electromagnetic waves.
Master's in Computer Technology
Computer Technology is one of five Electrical Engineering master's programmes. Computer Technology presents a bridge between computer science and electrical engineering. This programme focuses on digital and microcomputer technology and its use in embedded systems.
Master's in Microelectronics
Microelectronics is one of five Electrical Engineering master's programmes. Microelectronics is the basic technology of our information society. All modern communication and information systems are based on this technology. This programme, in combination with optical technologies, is unique to the German-speaking world.
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