Smart technology needs competent brains!
The keyword is smart: Embedded smart components are performing their duties in nearly all areas of life - usually unseen by their users. Such microprocessor controlled technical systems have artificial intelligence, adapt autonomously to changing circumstances and network with their environment. Modern vehicles, homes and appliances - from the household through industrial products to medical and energy engineering - would be inconceivable without them.
It is for this ground-breaking, forward-looking technology that industry is looking for engineers capable of developing creative solutions at the interface between electronics and IT. These engineers are system-oriented and are proficient in both hardware and software development.
The course in Intelligent Systems Engineering has been deliberately designed to help them acquire these skills, offering outstanding opportunities in a wide range of exciting fields.
|Course commences:||Winter semester|
|Course duration:||7 semesters, full-time, 210 ECTS credits|
|Degree title:||Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)|
|Accreditation:||First accreditation starts in winter semester 2020/21|