Automotive companies worldwide are striving to develop adaptable new technologies and components to further our mobility. Environmentally-friendly mobile technologies, like those integrating electric and hybrid vehicles, are increasingly relying on embedded electronic systems to maximize their utility while reducing their carbon footprint. The customer demand for safer and economical products is pushing the industry to innovate new solutions and rethink approaches to design and development.
These new future-forward technologies, such as advanced driver assistance, rely heavily on implementing always-on, real-time, wireless device communications. Technological components, such as microcontrollers, sensors, and communication busses, are widely available at a low cost and, once customized to meet the vehicle’s specifications, will allow for new possibilities in utility and performance by making use of all the (big) data captured in the vehicle. New topological concepts, like client-server communication, rely on these new model-based and process-oriented system design methods.
The Master´s Program in Mobility Systems Engineering and Management assists new players as well as traditional key players with a system-oriented approach to jumpstart in an emerging mobility future.
A detailed description of all admission requirements
The Master's program Mobility Systems Engineering and Management is split into 5 Engineering and 5 Management Modules of 2 weeks, each over a period of 15 months. The modules are followed by a Master Thesis written in the company (9 months) and often used as an innovation project for the company. The overall duration is approx. 20 months.
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