In the master’s courses, civil and environmental engineering reflect the Institute's academic fields of activities. The whole scope of numerical simulation procedures is conveyed, beginning at the theoretical basis and ending at collegiate program development, as well as structural analyses. 

The experimental mechanics are taught as a combination of lectures, programming exercises and laboratory experiments.  During the fundamental education on classical mechanics, students gain a deep and thorough understanding, which forms the basis of an ambitious, academic engineering education. Special importance is ascribed to innovative didactic concepts such as e-learning, tablet-computer applications, real and virtual laboratories, as well as online access to lectures.

  • Mechanics I, II and III in real and virtual mechanics laboratories
  • Numerical Mechanics I and II
  • Simulation methods for wind power plants
  • Experimental Mechanics I and II
  • Tensegrity Structures
  • Simulation-Based Parameter Indentifikation and State Monitoring
  • Fundamentals of the Finite-Element-Method

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