On these websites the examination regulations and general information on the study program's structure are published. You can find all further information on the study program's website.
Introductory events in winter semester
- Introductory meeting: Friday, 11 October 2019, 8:30 am (attention: modified time!), seminar room V3.141, Institute of Applied Mechanics, Pfaffenwaldring 9, university campus Vaihingen. The introductory meeting is intended to give more information about the COMMAS program, curriculum and some aspects of examination regulations.
- Opening ceremony: Monday, 14 October, 9:45 am, COMMAS lecture room V7.12, Pfaffenwaldring 7, university campus Vaihingen. Prof. Steeb (course coordinator) will give further information about the COMMAS program and introduce the lecturers.
What job prospects are available to me after graduation?
Graduates can work in various industrial sectors. With their knowledge in material theory and modelling, simulation technology and numerical methods, our graduates are particularly suitable for professions in the following areas:
- simulation technology
- modelling of complex boundaries such as crash test simulations in the automotive industry
- design of finite elements and complex discretization
- coupled problems in design concepts for lifecycle-modeling in application areas of electric mobility.
COMMAS is a strongly research oriented program. The students are therefore ideally prepared for a university career at faculties of mechanical engineering and civil engineering.