The studies were qualified by the faculty in the branches of
microtechnology / mechatronics.
Many of the importants research projects of the faculty located at the
Center for Microtechnologies
Information and Communication Systems - English-language Master's program
This English-language Master's programme
covers a wide range of modules with the focus on future challenges of the increasingly globalised field of Information and Communication Systems. Digitisation and the increasing penetration of private and occupational areas of life by Information and Communication technologies will extensively shape the information society of the future. Students at Chemnitz University of Technology are qualified to solve engineering problems and to work in research and development as well as in management positions. Focal points of the degree course are Communications Engineering, Microwave Engineering and Photonics, Circuit and System Design, Communication Networks, Digital Signal Processing and Circuit Theory.
Micro and Nano Systems - English-language Master's program
provides world-class, future-oriented education in design, manufacturing, characterization and integration of miniaturized components into engineering systems. The interdisciplinary courses cover fundamental theoretical knowledge in physics and engineering but also application-oriented skills in developing innovative products, in business administration and management. Courses and practical training address current and prospective needs of industrial and academic research.
Events by the faculty (most in german!):
- 26.09.2016 08:00,
- 9th International Workshop on Impedance Spectroscopy IWIS'2016
The 9th IWIS Workshop is dedicated to Impedance Spectroscopy, which is gaining importance in many fields such as electro chemistry, biomedicine, sensors, circuits and semiconductors. The workshop includes tutorials, plernaries and scientific presentations
- 14.02.2017, Reichenhainer Str. 70, Weinhold-Bau, Abholung im Foyer des Weinholdbaus
- How can robots gain more intelligence and cars get more efficient?
Dipl.-Ing. Martin Götz, Dr. Thomas Keutel