Mathematics, Engineering & Production

Control, Microsystems, Microelectronics

Control, Microsystems, Microelectronics

Master

Portrait

This Master's program provides a broad understanding and knowledge in the fields of Digitalization, Control, Microsystems, Microelectronics and Information and Automation Engineering. It also introduces non-technical subjects dealing with economics, legal and social issues and leads to the required skills for entry into the professions of Information, Communication, and Automation Engineering. The institutes of the faculty rank among the top five in Germany with respect to research funds raised. They cooperate closely with national and interna... more » more »


Basic data

Title on graduation

Master of Science (M.Sc.)

Standard course length

4 Semester

ECTS-Credits

sole subject
120

Language of delivery (mainly)

English

Admission requirements

For inclusion in a master's degree is the completion of studies at the Bachelor's level requirement.
The subject-specific entry requirements are set out in the current Aufnahme-/Zulassungsordnung (admission regulations).
It also includes the different deadlines for the provision of evidence.

More information at Application and enrolment

Enrolment for new students

for summer semester

without restriction

Deadlines for applications/enrolment

15.10.

Enrolment for advanced students

for winter semester

without restriction

Deadlines for applications/enrolment

15.07.

DESCRIPTION OF SUBJECT

This Master's program provides a broad understanding and knowledge in the fields of Digitalization, Control, Microsystems, Microelectronics and Information and Automation Engineering. It also introduces non-technical subjects dealing with economics, legal and social issues and leads to the required skills for entry into the professions of Information, Communication, and Automation Engineering. The institutes of the faculty rank among the top five in Germany with respect to research funds raised. They cooperate closely with national and international industry and other research centers on research projects involving the latest technology. Students are encouraged to participate in these projects. Funding opportunities are available in limited number.

OCCUPATIONAL FIELDS AND CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Subsequent non-teaching occupational fields

Engineers for Control, Microsystems, Microelectronics and Automation are needed in a wide range of fields including industrial and non-industrial research, planning, development, implementation, production, distribution, and maintenance of all types of information technology systems.

Teacher training (Lehramt)

No courses available for students training to be teachers at state-run schools

Possibilities for additional qualifications

Graduates qualify for admission to doctoral studies.

OBJECTIVES AND CONTENTS OF PROGRAM

Detailed list of available courses in online course prospectus

Stages of study / curricula / description of modules

Goals of the courses:
A broad understanding and knowledge in the fields of Digitalization, Control, Microsystems, Microelectronics and Information and Automation Engineering. Introduction to non-technical subjects dealing with economics, legal and social issues. Development of required skills for entry into the professions of Information, Communication, and Automation Engineering.

Structure of the courses:
- 3 semesters of lectures, exercises, seminars and laboratory courses
- core modules and additional elective courses
- six months master's thesis preparation during semester 4

Course schedule

Compulsory, elective and optional

Core courses during semesters 1 through 3 are:

  • Advanced Digital System Design
  • BioMEMS
  • Control Theory
  • Integrated Circuits
  • Language Course
  • Process Automation in Power Grids
  • Sensors and Measurement Systems
  • Lab work

A broad catalogue of options complements the core courses, such as:

  • Advanced Control Theory
  • Internet of Things
  • Introduction to Robotics
  • Microsystems
  • Perception for Robotics and Autonomous Systems
  • Sensor Science
  • and many more

In parallel to technical lectures, non-technical courses can be chosen from the field of general studies.

Digital learning contents

  • Blended Learning
  • E-Learning

APPLICATION AND ENROLMENT

Recommended abilities/ target groups/ requirements placed on students

First degree (Bachelor of Science or Engineering, German FH Diploma) in Electrical Engineering Automation Engineering, Microsystems or Microelectronics or closely related field awarded by an internationally recognized university-level institution. Above average results in undergraduate studies. Certificate of adequate English language skills at level C1 (CEFR) (corresponding to TOEFL iBT with at least 95 scores or IELTS at least 7.0). Industrial experience is welcome but not a must.

Admission requirements

For inclusion in a master's degree is the completion of studies at the Bachelor's level requirement.
The subject-specific entry requirements are set out in the current Aufnahme-/Zulassungsordnung (admission regulations).
It also includes the different deadlines for the provision of evidence.

Admission regulations

Admission

for new students

without restriction


for advanced students

without restriction


Deadline for application (beginner)

  • 15.10. for summer semester

Deadline for application (advanced)

  • 15.07. for winter semester

Beginning of course for new students

SoSe

Beginning of course for advanced students

WiSe

FORMALITIES

Type of studies

postgraduate studies

Time involved

full time study

Studies as

sole subject

Degree/qualification

Master

Title on graduation

Master of Science (M.Sc.)

Standard course length

4 Semester

ECTS-Credits

sole subject
120

Federal law on support in education

4 Semester

Costs

Semester fee 382,67 €

Bremen has a study account model (Studienkontengesetz).

Language of delivery (mainly)

English

Regulations

Examination regulations
Admission regulations

RESEARCH AND TEACHING

CONTACT AND COUNSELLING

Student advocacy

StugA ET/IT Studiengangsausschuss Elektrotechnik
Building: NW1, Office: W 2080

The students' advocacy convenes every second Wednesday at 1pm in NW1 building, room W 2080.

Note: The students' advocacy is not responsible for the application process!

Facebook: https://de-de.facebook.com/vde.bremen

email: stugaet(at)uni-bremen.de

 

 

Departmental counseling

Prof. Dr. Steffen Paul
Building: NW1, Office: W2140
E-Mail: steffen.paul(at)item.uni-bremen.de
Fon: 218-62540

Tuesdays 12-13 pm

Studies centre

PD Dr. Annette Ladstätter-Weissenmayer
Building: NW1, Office: S2440
E-Mail: studium(at)fb1.uni-bremen.de
Fon: 218-62105
Stefanie Klebe
Building: NW1, Office: S 2380
E-Mail: studienzentrum(at)fb1.uni-bremen.de
Fon: +49 (0) 421 218-62792

Faculty secretariat

Maren Hofmann
Building: NW1
E-Mail: msc(at)iat.uni-bremen.de
Fon: 21862445

Examination’s Board secretariat

Angela Jöstingmeier
Building: NW1, Office: S2360
E-Mail: joestingmeier(at)fb1.uni-bremen.de
Fon: +49 421 218 62709

Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am to 12noon

Status

09.06.2020
Description of subject

DESCRIPTION OF SUBJECT

This Master's program provides a broad understanding and knowledge in the fields of Digitalization, Control, Microsystems, Microelectronics and Information and Automation Engineering. It also introduces non-technical subjects dealing with economics, legal and social issues and leads to the required skills for entry into the professions of Information, Communication, and Automation Engineering. The institutes of the faculty rank among the top five in Germany with respect to research funds raised. They cooperate closely with national and international industry and other research centers on research projects involving the latest technology. Students are encouraged to participate in these projects. Funding opportunities are available in limited number.

Occupational fields and career opportunities

OCCUPATIONAL FIELDS AND CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Subsequent non-teaching occupational fields

Engineers for Control, Microsystems, Microelectronics and Automation are needed in a wide range of fields including industrial and non-industrial research, planning, development, implementation, production, distribution, and maintenance of all types of information technology systems.

Teacher training (Lehramt)

No courses available for students training to be teachers at state-run schools

Possibilities for additional qualifications

Graduates qualify for admission to doctoral studies.

Objectives and contents of program

OBJECTIVES AND CONTENTS OF PROGRAM

Detailed list of available courses in online course prospectus

Stages of study / curricula / description of modules

Goals of the courses:
A broad understanding and knowledge in the fields of Digitalization, Control, Microsystems, Microelectronics and Information and Automation Engineering. Introduction to non-technical subjects dealing with economics, legal and social issues. Development of required skills for entry into the professions of Information, Communication, and Automation Engineering.

Structure of the courses:
- 3 semesters of lectures, exercises, seminars and laboratory courses
- core modules and additional elective courses
- six months master's thesis preparation during semester 4

Course schedule

Compulsory, elective and optional

Core courses during semesters 1 through 3 are:

  • Advanced Digital System Design
  • BioMEMS
  • Control Theory
  • Integrated Circuits
  • Language Course
  • Process Automation in Power Grids
  • Sensors and Measurement Systems
  • Lab work

A broad catalogue of options complements the core courses, such as:

  • Advanced Control Theory
  • Internet of Things
  • Introduction to Robotics
  • Microsystems
  • Perception for Robotics and Autonomous Systems
  • Sensor Science
  • and many more

In parallel to technical lectures, non-technical courses can be chosen from the field of general studies.

Digital learning contents

  • Blended Learning
  • E-Learning
Application and enrolment

APPLICATION AND ENROLMENT

Recommended abilities/ target groups/ requirements placed on students

First degree (Bachelor of Science or Engineering, German FH Diploma) in Electrical Engineering Automation Engineering, Microsystems or Microelectronics or closely related field awarded by an internationally recognized university-level institution. Above average results in undergraduate studies. Certificate of adequate English language skills at level C1 (CEFR) (corresponding to TOEFL iBT with at least 95 scores or IELTS at least 7.0). Industrial experience is welcome but not a must.

Admission requirements

For inclusion in a master's degree is the completion of studies at the Bachelor's level requirement.
The subject-specific entry requirements are set out in the current Aufnahme-/Zulassungsordnung (admission regulations).
It also includes the different deadlines for the provision of evidence.

Admission regulations

Admission

for new students

without restriction


for advanced students

without restriction


Deadline for application (beginner)

  • 15.10. for summer semester

Deadline for application (advanced)

  • 15.07. for winter semester

Beginning of course for new students

SoSe

Beginning of course for advanced students

WiSe
Formalities

FORMALITIES

Type of studies

postgraduate studies

Time involved

full time study

Studies as

sole subject

Degree/qualification

Master

Title on graduation

Master of Science (M.Sc.)

Standard course length

4 Semester

ECTS-Credits

sole subject
120

Federal law on support in education

4 Semester

Costs

Semester fee 382,67 €

Bremen has a study account model (Studienkontengesetz).

Language of delivery (mainly)

English

Regulations

Examination regulations
Admission regulations
Research and teaching

RESEARCH AND TEACHING

Contact and counselling

CONTACT AND COUNSELLING

Student advocacy

StugA ET/IT Studiengangsausschuss Elektrotechnik
Building: NW1, Office: W 2080

The students' advocacy convenes every second Wednesday at 1pm in NW1 building, room W 2080.

Note: The students' advocacy is not responsible for the application process!

Facebook: https://de-de.facebook.com/vde.bremen

email: stugaet(at)uni-bremen.de

 

 

Departmental counseling

Prof. Dr. Steffen Paul
Building: NW1, Office: W2140
E-Mail: steffen.paul(at)item.uni-bremen.de
Fon: 218-62540

Tuesdays 12-13 pm

Studies centre

PD Dr. Annette Ladstätter-Weissenmayer
Building: NW1, Office: S2440
E-Mail: studium(at)fb1.uni-bremen.de
Fon: 218-62105
Stefanie Klebe
Building: NW1, Office: S 2380
E-Mail: studienzentrum(at)fb1.uni-bremen.de
Fon: +49 (0) 421 218-62792

Faculty secretariat

Maren Hofmann
Building: NW1
E-Mail: msc(at)iat.uni-bremen.de
Fon: 21862445

Examination’s Board secretariat

Angela Jöstingmeier
Building: NW1, Office: S2360
E-Mail: joestingmeier(at)fb1.uni-bremen.de
Fon: +49 421 218 62709

Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am to 12noon

Status

09.06.2020