Operated by the Ruhr-University Bochum, GERMANY
An international program, open for students from all countries.
The Computational Engineering Master program prepares students in the theory and application of computer-based simulation techniques.
Simulation comes first - Computer-based simulation is an essential part in today's product development processes. Before building the actual product, engineers run extensive simulations in order to test their designs in a virtual environment. Let it be bridges spanning over wide rivers, medical devices saving lives or power plants providing the energy for all of us. None of these high-tech products of human ingenuity would exist without the predictions delivered by computer-based simulations.
Become a simulation expert - The job market has a growing need for professionals who are able to run and understand such computer-based simulations. Especially a country, which is rapidly developing its own high-tech industry, such as Vietnam, needs these people. Computational Engineering equips students with the key competences to become experts in this field and thus opens up excellent job opportunities in research and development.
Computational Engineering (see website) has been established at Ruhr-University Bochum as international master program in 2001. Since then, more than 300 students from all over the world have graduated and now have excellent positions in science and industry. Since 2009, Vietnamese students can study the same program in Ho Chi Minh City.
Since Monday May 13 the official homepage of the 6th International Symposium on Computational Wind Engineering (CWE2014) is finally online, www.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/cwe2014/index.html. Since 1992 the CWE conference series is representing the world's largest international conference on the application of computing in wind engineering, and in 2014 the symposium will for the first time ever take place in Germany, organized by the German Wind Engineering Community under the auspices of the International Organization of Wind Engineering (IAWE) and hosted by the University of Hamburg. VGU is involved in the organization of the symposium through the membership of Dr. Franke, Academic Coordinator for the Master program Computational Engineering, in the Organization Committee.