The master's programs in civil and environmental engineering reflect the scientific activity fields of the discipline. In the basic training in classical mechanics, a sound knowledge is imparted as the basis of an ambitious, university-based engineering education. Innovative didactic concepts, such as e-learning, tablet computer applications, real and virtual mechanics laboratories and online transmission of courses, are of particular importance.

Numerical computational methods are taught in the full range from theoretical basis to student program development and structural analysis. Experimental mechanics is taught in a combination of lectures, program development exercises, and hands-on laboratory experiments.

  • Mechanics I, II and III with real and virtual mechanics labs.
  • Numerical Mechanics I and II
  • Simulation methods for wind turbines
  • Experimental mechanics I and II
  • Tensegrity structures
  • Simulation-based parameter identification and condition monitoring
  • Fundamentals of the finite element method

Scripts and posters

Learning scripts and posters are available for purchase at the Student Services Center.