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Control, Microsystems, Microelectronics (CMM), M.Sc.

  • Eine Person lötet eine Platine.

    From chip technology up to control algorithms

    CMM encompasses all aspects of digitalization.

If you possess a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering/Information Technology and an inclination towards digitalization, the Master's program Control, Microsystems and Microelectronics (CMM) is the right choice for you. CMM is about both, software and hardware. From microchip technology to the algorithms of control theory, this course offers insights into all areas of digitalization. CMM combines advanced theoretical and applied control engineering, microsensor layout and technology as well as design and development of electronic systems, semiconductor devices and circuits. The language of instruction for this program is English.

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Course contents

The core of the program is divided into several domains:

  • Control technology

  • Microelectronics

  • Microsystems

  • Digital technology

Lectures in process automation, mechatronics and other optional subjects complement the basic pillars.

Key data

  • Admission requirements:
    - language skills: English at least level C1 (CEFR)

  • Application deadline: October 15

  • Beginning of the course: once a year at summer semester

  • Application deadline 2nd semester (advanced students only): July 15

  • Language of instruction: English

  • ECTS credits: 180

  • Semester dues including semester ticket

  • Standard duration: 4 semesters

  • Qualification: Master of Science

Information and application

Advisory Service

Study Center

For advice on:

  • Study progress

  • Admission and application

  • Start into your study program

  • Any other questions that might occur

Contact: Email

Susanne Müller-Schröter 

NW1 room W4160
Phone: +49 421-218-62240

Subject-specific information and advice

Questions about:

  • Contents of the study programs

  • Recognition and accreditation of qualifications

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Kai Michels

NW1 Room N1320
Phone: +49 421-218-62500

Email

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Steffen Paul

NW1 Room W2140
Phone: +49 421-218-62525 (Office)

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