Technical Cybernetics and Systems Theory

Short profile

degree
Master of Science

admission restriction
none | individual acceptance

standard length of study
3 semester

study start
April 1 or october 1

teaching language
German

credit points
90

admission requirements
Bachelor's degree in a similar field

application
possible throughout the year

Description

The research-oriented and consecutive master program Technical Cybernetics and Systems Theory is based on the respective bachelor program. In the aptitude test, the bachelor degree in Technical Cybernetics and Systems Theory and equivalent degrees are rated with 50 credit points. Comparable degrees, e. g. in Technical Mathematics, are rated with 40 CP, related degrees e. g. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Computer and Systems Engineering, Mathematics or Mechatronics are rated with 30 CP. Other degrees qualify for 20 CP. In addition to the degree presented, also grades in important subjects or modules are assessed.

This program focusses on acquiring advanced knowledge in systems technology and theory, such as methods for description, analysis, controlling and optimisation of non-linear, event-discrete and hybrid system models of dynamic processes. This program, supported by engineers and mathematicians in equal measure, allows intensive research orientation and at the same time qualifies for professional research practice.

Content of study

17 %
Elective courses according to core area (e.g. system theory, differential equations, non-linear control systems, dynamic process optimization)
27 %
Optional courses according to the specialisation (e.g. event-discrete systems, hybrid systems, adaptive and structure-variable control systems, communication and bus systems, diagnostic and predictive systems, system theory)
17 %
Optional courses according to extension (see extensions and und detailed overview)
6 %
Advanced seminar and General Studies
33 %
Master thesis

Extensions

  • Biomechanics

  • Electrodynamics

  • Mobile robotics

  • Mathematic system theorie

  • differential equations

  • Thermo and fluid dynamics

Fields of work

  • Automation, control and process technology

  • Process engineering, production technology, chemical industry

  • Automotive and transport technology

  • Astronautics and space technology

  • Environmental systems technology, biosystem technology, pharma industries

  • Transport planning and logistics, consulting, banking

Further information