School of Engineering STI

Materials Science and Engineering is a master program providing a combination of a broad basis of knowledge with specific skills in different disciplines to understand and master the structure of matter down to the atomic scale; to understand the relationship between microstructure and structural and functional properties of materials; and to be able to design, transform and manu¬facture materials for use in leading edge technologies. In-depth optional courses are: Transformation of materials and production processes; structural materials for transportation, energy and infrastructures; materials for microelectronics and microengineering; materials for biotechnology and medical applications.

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Electrical Engineering master students focus on electricity as support for both computing and energy. Their multidisciplinary education broadens their knowledge base in three main areas, which are closely interconnected: circuits and devices (microelectronics, integrated circuit design, sensors); computer and communication engineering (acoustics, RF and micro¬waves, photonics, signal and image processing, visual information representation and processing, image analysis, multimedia commu¬nications); power and energy (production, transport, transformation, storage, devices to convert electrical to mechanical energy).

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Materials Science and Engineering is a master program providing a combination of a broad basis of knowledge with specific skills in different disciplines to understand and master the structure of matter down to the atomic scale; to understand the relationship between microstructure and structural and functional properties of materials; and to be able to design, transform and manu¬facture materials for use in leading edge technologies. In-depth optional courses are: Transformation of materials and production processes; structural materials for transportation, energy and infrastructures; materials for microelectronics and microengineering; materials for biotechnology and medical applications.

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The Microengineering master student is a generalist in engineering, and trained towards a pluridisciplinary approach (mechanics, electronics, optics, informatics and telecommunications). He is able to understand and to take advantage of the challenges of miniaturization, and to integrate new and proven technologies into product concepts. He has the necessary product management skills and knowhow for mastering mass production challenges (design for assembly, design to cost, economic impact). His pluridisciplinary educa¬tion is broadening in one of the following domains: micro- and nanosystems; applied optics; robotics and autonomous systems; production technologies.

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Internship coordinator

School of Engineering

Sebastian Gautsch