Facing common future technology challenges
Electrical energy and professions on electrical mobility and storage systems will play a vital role in facing common future technology challenges. As a result, a fast-growing industry is in need of specialists and experts in the field of Technology in all kinds of different systems focussing on Electrical Energy Transformations. A new Master's Degree Program has been created to address these needs: “Electrical Energy & Mobile Systems” is the only applied for a science course in electrical energy & mobility systems for applied research and development professions in technology engineering.
Wide variety of current technical developments
“Electrical Energy & Mobile Systems” prepares students for the upcoming challenges of future industry requirements. Technologies like Electrical Traction and Electrical Powertrain are already game-changing aspects of mobility that various manufacturers are just beginning to discover. Students get to experience a wide variety of current technical developments in an ever-changing, technology-driven world. This hands-on, practical degree program enables students to discover emerging areas: Electrical Drives & eMachines, Power Electronics & Power Control or Energy & Alternative Co-Generations will be thoroughly discussed during the course of the program.
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In order to be prepared for the multitude of technical requirements future experts in Electrical Energy & Mobile Systems need to master, the program focuses on a range of important aspects of Electromobility. The program’s areas of expertise include Storage Units – „Battery“ Technology as well as Monitoring and Mobility Logistics. Equipped with this knowledge graduates are in high demand in the job market. They qualify for activities in private sector businesses as well as research institutions. “Electrical Energy & Mobility Systems” graduates are able to understand, develop and modify complex technical systems in the fields of electric power train development, drive control, electrical machines, mobile power electronics, battery technology, power electronics, alternative energy systems, and mobility concepts. To support those careers, the program offers additional insights into Academic Competence Skills and Science Engineering.
Additional in-depth theoretical input is being provided during the course of the degree. The first semester, well combined with the Master's degree program Biomimetics in Energy Systems, is followed by two semesters of specialization on electrical power & drive systems, power electronics, mobile energy storage, energy systems, automotive controls, mobility systems, and automotive logistics. In the fourth semester, the Master thesis will be written in conjunction with a work placement. On completing the final examination after four semesters, students are awarded the Master of Science in Engineering, MSc.
In addition to the formal requirements for admission, applicants to the Master’s program in Electrical Energy & Mobility Systems should:
Hold a degree of higher education (minimum 3-year Bachelor’s program) in the field of Electrical Engineering, Systems Engineering, and Electronics.
Provide an excellent knowledge of the English language.
Demonstrate strengths in the following areas:
Enjoyment of innovative developments
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Key learning outcomes
Graduates of the master degree course Electrical Energy & Mobility Systems are able to:
Analyze and evaluate modern, energy-technical systems in their complex structure.
Analyze the future challenges in the energy technology sector, understand modern and economically efficient energy conversion and distribution systems and modify them accordingly the system concept.
Analyze and regulate industrial, technical systems (processes).
Develop electrochemical storage systems.
Design and construe alternative energy systems.
Perform test procedures for electrical energy storage.
Job & Career
Students acquire detailed knowledge of electrical power & drive systems, power electronics, mobile energy storage, energy systems, automotive controls, mobility systems, and automotive logistics. These qualifications allow graduates to take up leading positions in research and development in a variety of fields.