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Programme structure

The Masters programme covers two years of studies on top of a bachelor of science in engineering - or bachelor of engineering degree in Mechatronics, or another relevant bachelor degree.

With increasing demand for improvement of industrial product development and advances in machine intelligence, mathematical modelling support is becoming an important tool to avoid product development based on traditional trial-and-error methods and to implement advanced control strategies into products.
The Masters programme will provide students with strong applied mathematical skills in relation to mechatronics and dynamical systems as well as related control strategies, including artificial neural networks. Graduates will be qualified to undertake advanced analytical mathematical and physics challenges in the mechatronics industry.

With a master degree it is possible to continue your studies at a three-year PhD programme in one of the research areas at the Department of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering.Teaching can take place exclusively at the institute or it can be a project carried out in cooperation with an industrial partner and, perhaps, a different institute or university.