BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING IN MICROTECHNOLOGY / PHYSICAL ENGINEERING IN GERMANY
Microtechnology / Physical Engineering in Germany combines physics and engineering with a focus on modern microtechnology. The students will have a laboratory with modern research and development facilities.
Bachelor of Engineering in Microtechnology / Physical Engineering in Germany (German classroom language) starting in the winter and extends for six semesters.
Mathematics will be the central focus in the first semester, as it is very important for engineering and physics. Other interesting subjects are microsystems technology, nanotechnology, semi-conductor physics, solar cell manufacturing, and microtechnology.
The third and fourth semesters will cover microcontrollers, vacuum technology, optoelectronic basics, physical materials diagnostics, and nanotechnologies. There is a wonderful opportunity for the students to study a voluntary year abroad during the fifth semester.
The student must externally do an integrated practical phase followed by a bachelor’s thesis in the last semester. The graduate can pursue an equivalent master’s degree (Materials Engineering).
Various elective modules (in the fifth semester) are 3D CAD, microscopy, introduction to photovoltaics, MATLAB, thermodynamics, fundamentals of semi-conductor physics, FEM basics, additive manufacturing, and 3D printing.
A Microtechnology / Physical Engineering student complied, “You’ve come to the right place here. Later things like vacuum technology, laser technology and semi-conductor physics come along, absolutely interesting and taught by competent lecturers.”
Career Prospects for Bachelor of Engineering in Microtechnology / Physical Engineering in Germany
Qualified physics engineers are in great demand by industries, so graduates from this course will have tremendous offers like process engineers in the semiconductor industry, equipment, hardware, and sensor/photonics development engineer.
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