What makes it so interesting? And why do we all encounter it in everyday life?
In the following video, members of the "German Association for Computational Mechanics" (GACM) show how exciting and diverse the research field of computational mechanics is and how much influence it can have on our lives. In addition, the video gives an impression of the diverse career perspectives that open up with a degree in Computational Engineering.
Koussay Daadouch completed his Computational Engineering Master's degree this year. With his extraordinary academic performance, he was honoured as the best graduate of the RUB during this academic year.
On Friday, the 25th November 2022, this year’s official graduation ceremony of the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering took place. After two years, the ceremony could take place in the Audimax, Ruhr-University’s biggest lecture hall, again this year. Graduates from Computational Engineering, Structural Engineering and Infrastructure and Environment celebrated the successful completion of their studies. Furthermore, particularly outstanding degrees and achievements from graduates were awarded.
At the beginning of the winter semester, the CompEng students traditionally elect their new representatives. During an online plenary meeting the old student council was released and presented their work as well as introduced the tasks of the student council. The prospect candidates introduced themselves with a short campaign speech and the election took place. After counting the votes, the new student council was set.
By combining its strong research environment with a warm and supporting atmosphere on campus, the Master’s program Computational Engineering gained an excellent reputation among its students and partners. The reasons why students decide to continue their academic career at RUB, studying CompEng, are numerous. To name the most striking ones, check out our five reasons why CompEng is unique: