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Studies in Scientific Instrumentation

Scientific instrumentation

graduation
Master of Science
Normal period
4 semesters
 
Study area
Science and research
technology
Recommended school leaving certificate
Degree
 

Course content

In the Scientific Instrumentation course, students are prepared for work in the field of development and research. You will acquire the ability to develop and design scientific equipment independently, as well as the competence to manage research and development projects independently.
  • Micro- and Nanostructures
  • Embedded digital systems
  • Optical Instruments
  • Physical Materials Diagnostics
  • Postgraduate Basics Modules
  • Scientific Computing
  • Instrumental Chemical Analytics

Perspectives

Graduates have the opportunity, for example, to take up a job in the following professional fields:
  • Industry (device manufacturer, monitoring of high-tech processes)
  • Physico-technical research
  • Process engineering
  • Biomedical research
  • Earth and environmental sciences
  • Aerospace

particularities

Depending on the university, the course content can be conveyed in other languages, such as English.
Think and act economically
Work creatively and artistically
Develop and use technology / IT
Apply and represent law