Graduates in specialized fields of expertise are immensely sought after. Through three individual focus areas or tracks, prospective students can obtain technology-related qualifications in a highly interdisciplinary Master's program: Additive Manufacturing, Smart Factory, and E-Mobility Production.
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Study Networked Production Engineering!
Building "Smart Factories" means networking all plants, products and processes in a self-organizing factory. This is a central component of "Industry 4.0" and will be used in numerous sectors such as chemistry, automotive and electrical engineering. Within these networked production processes, qualified graduates play an essential role: They act as problem solvers, experience bearers and decision-makers.
Additive manufacturing processes are among the major topics of production technology that will significantly influence product development and production. There is a high level of industrial, intersectional and international significance attached to additive manufacturing processes in production technology, which is closely linked to a strong demand for qualified personnel in the area.
Electric Mobility Production
The electrification of propulsion systems has developed into a global trend, which extends from container ships and aircrafts to the automotive industry. The challenges and opportunities of e-mobility are very diverse: With mechanical engineering as one of the key players in technological change, suppliers and manufacturers will need skilled engineers with interdisciplinary expertise in the interface of e-mobility.