Computational Engineering (CompEng) is a full-time two-year (4-Semester) Master Program offered at VGU by the Ruhr-University Bochum.
The language of instruction is English.
Computer based simulation using realistic numerical models has become an indispensable tool in advanced engineering design. The interdisciplinary Master of Science Program Computational Engineering provides the key qualifications in mathematics, engineering mechanics and computer sciences required for the innovative design of high-tech engineering materials, structures and systems. Characterized by a synthesis of civil and mechanical engineering, numerical material modeling, advanced computational analysis methods and optimization techniques, the curriculum prepares students for a successful career either in industry or in academia.
During the course, students acquire key competencies in three essential areas.
Students learn fundamental techniques for the development of scientific models for real world phenomena. Examples include the mathematical description of balance laws for solids and fluids, non-linear material models or advanced subjects such as the propagation of cracks or fatigue problems.
In various practical assignment and study projects, students gain hands-on experience in the implementation of scientific models in simulation software. During the course, a wide variety of different professional software systems such as Ansys, Mathematica or Matlab are used. In addition, students become familiar modern engineering programming concepts such that they can develop their own software systems.
Based on their sound theoretical knowledge, students of Computational Engineering are able to understand, interpret and asses simulation results. During the studies, students are encouraged to develop a critical attitude towards the things they see on the computer screen and emphasis is laid on a thorough and critical review of program output.
In its special orientation and structure, Computational Engineering can be considered to be unique all over Asia.
If you want to receive more information on the Computational Engineering program at VGU or if you have any questions, please feel free to contact Dr. Tran Duc Han, the academic coordinator of the program.
Tel.: +84 (0) 650 222 0990, Ext: 137