Background courses will be offered to bring all students to the same level.
All the materials of interest at TUBAF will be discussed: metals, ceramics, semi-conductors, sensors
Advanced topics on mechanical engineering and solid state physics
Students will become familiar with molecular dynamics modelling, continuum mechanics, finite element method and fracture mechanics.
Students will become familiar with dislocation theory and discrete element modelling.
Advanced class in the field of plasticity
Advanced class on high performance computing
Personal project on scientific programming methods
The last semester is dedicated to the Master's thesis
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Study abroad unit(s)
Not usually included, but possible
Forms of assessment
Written exams, oral exams, home assignments, project work
Graduates will be well-prepared to pursue their successful careers in academia or research centres. In addition, they are guaranteed to meet the requirements to work in many industrial areas, such as the automotive industry, metallurgy, microelectronics, materials manufacturing and processing or safety assessment.