Let`s build your future together on numerical methods in engineering at the Technical University of Munich.
Computational mechanics is a constantly growing field with impact on both science and industry in all areas of engineering. It is concerned with solving mechanical problems on the basis of numerical approximation methods, involving discretization of the underlying equations in both space and time. Nowadays, related skills are indispensable in civil and mechanical engineering, for the design of automobiles and spacecrafts, for developments in biomechanics and micro-electro-mechanical systems. Virtually all technical disciplines make use of the fast progress in this area.
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due to the current Covid19-situation, required elective and most elective courses during the summer term 2021 will be offered in digital form.
Regulations concerning the examinations will be published thorugh the examination office and the corresponding chairs.
The lecture period for the summer term will start on 12 April 2020.
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News on applications, studies, semester dates, etc. are provided on the studies specific Corona page of TUM.