Continuing the tradition of almost 10 years, this summer four Vietnamese students visited the Ruhr-University Bochum for a four months’ stay to write their master’s thesis.
Last Weekend, from June 9th to June 11th, CompEng went on a fun trip to Berlin and for everybody interested in the group’s wonderful experience, here is how it went!
The application deadline for non-EU candidates has been extended to 11 June 2023. Prospective students can find the most important information about the application for the Master's programme in Computational Engineering here.
On Tuesday, 9th of May, the CompEng Coordination Office invited five CompEng graduates to give first-hand and practice-oriented accounts of their everyday life as PhD students. The event contained of a series of talks in which the graduates provided essential information about their work experience and career path. Afterwards, the CompEng students had the opportunity to ask questions.
Check out this video in which Prof. Hackl discusses how Computational Engineering is revolutionizing the R&D industry and how our program can help you enhance your skills in this field.
The next Student Council Plenary Meeting (FSVV) will take place on 17 May at 7:30 pm in the KommRaum (IC 03-173), the main topic is the election of the Student Council.
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The second edition of 'CompEng Career Chat – PhD Special' will take place will take place on Tuesday, 9th of May, from 4 - 7 pm, in HIC.
The event contains of a series of talks in which five CompEng graduates give first-hand and practice-oriented accounts of their everyday life as a PhD candidate.
After the annual CompEng trip had to be cancelled in recent years, we are pleased to announce that we're going to Berlin from 9 - 11 June 2023. Interested students can register until 3 May 2023.
As the days are getting longer and the campus shows its beautiful side, the summer semester 2023 is about to begin. The timetable for the summer semester 2023 can be downloaded in the download area of the examination office and on moodle. For recent updates see the CompEng moodle course.
We wish everyone a good start to the semester!
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.