M.Sc. Computational Engineering and Technical Physics
In this Computational Engineering and Technical Physics Programme from LUT University you will acquire extensive knowledge about physics and mathematics and computing and their application to the rapidly changing problems of industrial and economic life.
|Start Date:||September 2020|
|Tuition Fee:||€10,000 per year|
During the Computational Engineering and Technical Physics Programme from LUT University you can specialise in one of the three areas – Technomathematics, Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition and Technical Physics.
You will learn what is new in data processing and uncertainty quantification, computer vision or material physics. You will solve real-life industrial and socio-economic problems cost-efficiently using computational tools.
You will specialise in material design and optimisation, simulating complex systems and improving their functionality, or in creating algorithms transforming big data into knowledge. These are the skills which you can apply in your future career to find novel solutions to challenges in today’s information society.
“The best part of my student experience at LUT was that I found many friends from different countries and cultures, and learned how to cooperate with them on several projects.”
Poorang Vosough // From Iran // LUT Alumnus
In Technomathematics you will study modelling of industrial and environmental processes, fuzzy systems, and developing mathematical models and methods.
During your studies, you will focus on real-world applications, with active collaboration in the international community of industrial mathematics.
- Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition
In Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition you will study information processing, both in systems and in their design. You will focus on computer vision systems and machine learning contributing to the current trends in automation.
You will get good competencies in the development of information processing systems, automation for production and application utilising visual quality control.
- Technical Physics
In Technical Physics your studies will focus on materials physics, nanophysics, semiconductors, superconductors, spintronics and optical measurement technologies.