due to the current Covid19-situation, the upcoming semester is currently given in digital form. Access to your courses is still done through the usual platforms (TUMonline and moodle). Please let us know via E-mail if we can be of any assistance.
We put together an overview over the courses that are held this semester. Fortunately and thanks to the work and effort of all the staff, we are able to offer you most of the content of our usual curriculum.
The deadline for applications to the Master's program Computational Mechanics is extended until 30 June 2020.
Currently it is being discussed to delay the start of the winter semester to November, please check the links below for regular updates.
Student cards will be sent postally if you enroll for the winter term 20/21, for more information check out the student card section of the offical TUM website.
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.
For further information feel welcome to visit our introduction page.