Master Degree in Engineering in Asia

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In order to successfully obtain a Masters qualification, you will need to obtain a number of credits by passing individual modules. Most taught Masters will have a number of core modules which you must take and pass in order to obtain the qualification. The assessment of research Masters is almost always entirely by a single dissertation module or project.

Improvements made to manmade things such as tools, structures and machines are largely due to the efforts of people in the field of engineering. These people combine creativity with mathematics and worldly knowledge, resulting in innovation.

 

As the largest and most populous continent in the world, Asia consists of a wide variety of ethnic groups, cultures, environments, economics, historical ties, and governmental systems.

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Master Degree in Engineering of Building Processes and Systems (Curriculum Historic Buildings Rehabilitation)

University of Bologna School of Engineering and Architecture
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Italy Ravenna China Shanghai + 2 more

The HBR (Historic Building Rehabilitation) international curriculum of the Masters in Engineering of Building Processes and Systems was built to meet the needs of new professionals, able to integrate the functions traditionally found within the process, by focusing on the critical analysis of the historical heritage, the diagnosis of conservation conditions, the definition of procedures and techniques for consolidation and rehabilitation of the artefacts, by applying effective methods and solutions, compatible with the protection of the heritage characters. More information here: http://corsi.unibo.it/2cycle/HistoricBuildings/Pages/default.aspx [+]

Masters in Engineering in Asia 2017. The innovation in both technical and organizational structure is increasing the complexity of the building process. The emergence of more stringent requirements and the intense penetration of new materials and technologies take special relevance in consolidation, recovery and rehabilitation of historic buildings, which is a market segment in steady expansion. The growing cultural value attributed to the existing building and the economic and environmental benefits associated with its conservation are expanding this market, whose further development fuels a demand for high-profile skills, able to meet its specific characteristics and constraints. The HBR (Historic Building Rehabilitation) international curriculum of the Masters in Engineering of Building Processes and Systems was built to meet these needs of new professionals, able to integrate the functions traditionally found within the process, by focusing on the critical analysis of the historical heritage, the diagnosis of conservation conditions, the definition of procedures and techniques for consolidation and rehabilitation of the artefacts, by applying effective methods and solutions, compatible with the protection of the heritage characters. The course is a two-years Master “second cycle Degree” requiring the students to obtain 120 ECTS. The program is two years in duration and is divided into four terms. In the first year, courses are mainly oriented to address basic issues of the Master’s studies: History of Italian and European Architecture; Conservation Theory of Historic Buildings and Heritage Conservation; Survey of Historic Buildings, Materials and Technologies for Historic Buildings; Advanced Structural Mechanics and Mechanics of Historic Masonry and Wood Structures. Additionally, a Design Project course aims at training the students in applying to a case-study the acquired knowledge. In the second year, both compulsory and elective courses are offered on specialized topics, such as Structural Diagnostics, Seismic Assessment and Rehabilitation; Geotechnical Engineering for the Preservation of Historic Buildings; Mineralogical and Petrographical Characterization of Natural and Artificial Stone Materials. The program is entirely taught in English, and requires the student a proficient use of the English language. At the end of the program, a degree titled "Master in Engineering of building processes and Systems" (Laurea Magistrale in Ingegneria dei Processi e dei Sistemi edilizi, Classe LM-24) is awarded and is valid under Italian law. The title enables graduates to take the exam for Professional Engineer qualification (Sector: Civil and Environmental) HBR Master students have the opportunity to obtain a double degree: from the University of Bologna ( MSc in Engineering of Building Processes and Systems) and from the Tongji University, Shanghai, China (MSc in Architecture and Civil Engineering) . Graduates of the program will have the training to go on to work in numerous fields, including Public Administrations, Companies carrying out works of consolidation and recovery of historic buildings, and many other specific sectors, such as production of building components, diagnostic and survey services, facility management. Completion of the HBR Master degree can also lead to entering PhD level studies. More information about the application procedure here [-]

Master Logistics Engineering and Management

Dalian Maritime University
Campus Full time 30 - 60 months September 2017 China Dalian

Cultivate students to be adapted to the need of scientific advancement and social development, to master solid theoretical foundation and systematical specialized knowledge, to know the research level and development direction of Logistics Engineering and Management and the frontiers of this field at home and abroad , to be capable of doing scientific research and undertaking independently specialized technical work, to use Chinese language skillfully, to be physically and mentally healthy. [+]

Cultivation Objective: Cultivate students to be adapted to the need of scientific advancement and social development, to master solid theoretical foundation and systematical specialized knowledge, to know the research level and development direction of Logistics Engineering and Management and the frontiers of this field at home and abroad, to be capable of doing scientific research and undertaking independently specialized technical work, to use Chinese language skillfully, to be physically and mentally healthy. Main Courses: Modern Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Optimization Methods in Operations Research, Transport Economics and Geography, Research Methodology in Maritime and Port Economics, Port and Shipping Logistics System Optimization, Risk Management, Port Management and Policy, Management and Implementation of Enterprise Information Systems, Shipping Economy and Management, Introduction to Operations and Supply Chain Management, etc. Application qualification: 1. Applicants must be foreign citizens in good health. 2. Applicants must be under the age of 40, have a valid passport and a Bachelor Degree. Documents required for application: 1. Application Form for International Students to Study at Dalian Maritime University 2. Photocopy of the personal information page of passport (photocopy of a valid Chinese visa is required to submit if an applicant is in China upon application) 3. Notarized certificate of bachelor’s degree or Enrollment Certificate of bachelor’s degree study (applicable to this year’s graduates who haven’t received the degree certificate) 4. Notarized all official undergraduate transcripts 5. Two recommendation letters from professors or associate professors 6. Study Plan, including personal information, education background, work experience, and academic research proposal (no fewer than 2500 words in English) 7. Internationally recognized certificate of proficiency in English (TOEFL/IELTS/TOEIC or other certificates) Applicants without a certificate as above mentioned should pass English level test organized by DMU so as to be admitted to attend the master’s degree programs in English-medium. Cultivation Requirement: Curriculum requirement: The courses are mainly composed of compulsory courses (compulsory general education courses and compulsory core requirement courses), optional courses and academic paper. The total credits should be no less than 30. Paper requirement: The dissertation of master’s degree is composed of opening report, intermediate inspection, and thesis defense. The application and procedures of thesis defense should follow The Implementation Regulations of Conferring Master’s or Doctoral Degree of Dalian Maritime University and The Provisions of the Application and Organization of Thesis Defense of Dalian Maritime University. A qualified dissertation should be logical, concise and coherent, having clear conception, rigorous analysis, correct theoretical deduction, reliable data, economical and social benefits, and academic value. In addition, it should provide new insights into the filed of study and show that the author is capable of doing scientific research and undertaking independently specialized technical work. [-]

Building

International University Of Innovation Technologies
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Kyrgyzstan Bishkek

Master's training program in "Building" is focused both on the general professional development of graduates, and to expand the range of their scientific thinking. [+]

Masters in Engineering in Asia 2017. Direction: "Construction" (Code 750500) Basic Department - "Construction" Duration and study mode: 2 years full-time Qualification - Master Master's training program in "Building" is focused both on the general professional development of graduates, and to expand the range of their scientific thinking. The program entered the problematic topics in the field of construction. The area of ​​professional activity direction "Construction" includes seven master's degree programs: 1) "Calculation, design and seismic resistance of buildings and structures"; 2) "Evaluation of seismic risk and vulnerability of buildings and structures"; 3) "Modern building materials technology and innovative materials science." 4) "Management of housing and communal complex"; 5) "Design, construction, operation and maintenance of reliability of buildings and structures; 6) "Expertise and real estate management" 7) "Management in Construction" Prospective scope graduate graduates: innovation, surveying and project design; production and technology; research and teaching; project management; professional expertise and regulatory and methodological Master's program: "Calculation, design and seismic resistance of buildings and structures" The program is focused on training of masters in the field of design, calculation and seismic resistance of industrial and civil buildings and structures. The program provides an in-depth study of the scientific, theoretical and methodological issues of the work of building structures (metal, concrete, stone, structures made of wood and plastic) in view of their durability and safety, evaluation of their technical condition in the operating conditions and the design in accordance with the requirements of modern standards. Master's program: "Design, construction, operation and maintenance of reliability of buildings and structures." The training of qualified specialists in the field of design, construction and operation of buildings and structures. In the process of learning increases general scientific theoretical and practical knowledge base masters, expanding knowledge in the professional field as well as mastered the methodology of scientific research. The master's program "Assessment of seismic risk and vulnerability of buildings and structures" The purpose of the master's program is to acquire knowledge and skills necessary for a specialist in the design of buildings and structures in seismic areas of land development practices calculations of buildings and structures to dynamic loads, including seismic, including with the use of software packages. Master's program: "Expertise and Property Management" The aim of this master's program to teach undergraduates to examine (legal, environmental, technical, administrative, economic) of real estate and develop the most effective options for their control. Master's Program: Modern building materials technology and innovative materials science " The program includes in-depth study of scientific achievements, as well as the theoretical positions and practical methods for solving scientific and engineering problems of innovation and of building materials. Methodology of scientific research and mathematical modeling of processes of creation of new building materials, the automated business system design and construction industry of information technology in the construction, domestic and foreign construction standards and modern methods of experimental research. In the process of learning a lot of attention is paid to improving the reliability, operational stability and environmental safety of construction materials, products and structures, resource-saving technologies, the use of secondary resources of private industry. The studies of physical and mechanical properties of concrete and multi-building composites and technologies of their production. It also covers aspects of the investment projects of building materials industry. Master's Program: "Management of housing and communal services" The program is an in-depth study of the nature of the housing and communal services, its content and form management system at the masters of knowledge in modern management of housing and communal services. Master's Program: "Management in Construction" Training a new type that can manage projects at all stages of implementation, to take effective decisions on their resource and organizational support, integrated innovation and investment processes, to carry out comprehensive planning of the project portfolio in order to achieve sustainable development. [-]

Master of Engineering in Industrial Engineering and Systems Management

American University of Armenia
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Armenia Yerevan

The two-year IESM program (a.k.a. Operations and Systems Management) is designed to provide a broad-based education in the areas of operations management, service and production systems, information technologies, and communication. [+]

The two-year IESM program (a.k.a. Operations and Systems Management) is designed to provide a broad-based education in the areas of operations management, service and production systems, information technologies, and communication. Through a set of core courses, students learn the basic methods of formulating and solving problems. Attention is given to the changing nature of demands and capacities, principles of decision-making under uncertainty, risk management, quality management and assurance, effective use of information technologies, modeling and analysis of large systems, and techniques for finding optimal solutions applicable to businesses today. IESM students have the chance to minor in Business, Energy, Computer Aided Design/Manufacturing, and Information Technology. Learn how to: operate business more effectively optimize business decisions improve and assure quality in a business transform an idea into a viable product or business IESM Course Overview Students must complete 9 core courses, the environmental management requirement, a master thesis or project, a number of elective courses, plus a minor. Some of courses cover the following content: Quality control and assurance Simulation, forecasting and optimization Supply-chain management Risk management, investment evaluation Business-process analysis Product development, value creation Project management Energy decision tools Prototyping, CAD/CAM Entrepreneurship and business startups IESM Application Requirements To be considered for admission, an applicant must meet the AUA general admission requirements and the CIS and IESM specific requirements. Applicants are expected to: Hold an undergraduate degree in fields including mathematics, science and engineering. Students with degrees in non-science disciplines may be admitted, depending on their completed course work. The undergraduate degree must include, as a minimum, two years of college-level mathematics covering calculus, linear algebra and differential equations, and a course in physical sciences (physics, mechanics, chemistry, biology, etc). Present an Internet-based TOEFL (iBT) score of at least 79, or an IELTS score of at least 6.5.The test must have been taken within two years prior to the application date. Present a score in at least the 50 percentile on the Graduate Record Examinations Test (GRE) Quantitative section. The test must have been taken within two years prior to the application date. Submit an informative Statement of Purpose. IESM Program Description IESM Graduation Requirements To graduate with a Master of Engineering (M.E.) degree, 57 semester credits are required. The program of study must include nine core courses (27 credits), 6 credits for the capstone requirement and an additional eight elective courses (24 credits, including 9 credits in minor). Students must also complete the university-wide Environmental Sciences requirement. Typically, full-time students complete the degree in two years (four semesters). Required Core Courses (27 credits) IESM 300 Probability Theory IESM 310 Engineering Statistics IESM 340 Engineering Economics IESM 301 Analysis and Design of Data Systems IESM 320 Operations Research 1 IESM 321 Operations Research 2 IESM 331 Production System Analysis IESM 311 Quality Assurance and Management IESM 330 Simulation of Industrial Systems Environmental Management Students must fulfill the Environmental Sciences requirement. This is typically accomplished through the completion of a course (at least one unit) offered by the Acopian Center for the Environment or by completing a CSE course designed and specified to fulfill this requirement. Capstone sequence (6 credits) The objective of the Capstone requirement in the College of Science and Engineering is to provide a culminating educational experience, where the student, under the supervision of a faculty member, conducts an individual effort employing concepts and methods learned in the program to solve a problem of significant importance from a practical or theoretical standpoint. The Capstone can be fulfilled by two different options. Each of them requires 6 credits toward graduation. Elective courses (24 credits, of which 9 credits in a Minor) Students must complete at least 24 credits of electives (nine credits in a single Minor). Students choose a Minor from among the following areas: Business Management, Energy, Design & Manufacturing, or Computer and Information Science. The Minor gives students an opportunity to explore other fields strongly connected to industrial engineering. It is very important that engineers gain an understanding of related areas in which industrial engineering tools are applied. IESM Learning Outcomes Program goals Teach students to define, diagnose, and solve real-life problems from an industrial engineering and systems perspective and within a multi-disciplinary, enterprise-wide context. Foster the appreciation for further education and lifelong learning for continued professional development. Develop strong communication skills both within and outside the field. Nurture the professional values of leadership, integrity, judgment, and teamwork. IESM program learning outcomes Collect data and be able to interpret, analyze and draw appropriate conclusions. Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems through the techniques, skills and modern tools of Industrial Engineering. Consider alternatives and make a decision based on a proper engineering/scientific/business justification. Identify and evaluate existing research thoroughly and systematically which is relevant to a problem or topic of inquiry. Cultivate the disposition to discover and learn new material on his/her own, including the ability to conduct independent research. Produce and deliver professional written and oral presentations, and effectively communicate with specialists and non-specialists. Act as a exponent of ethical, innovative and responsible engineering. Exhibit teamwork skills and be able to assume a leadership role, including in multi-disciplinary team environments. Understand the impact of engineering components, processes or systems in an economic, environmental and societal context. [-]

International Master in Energy Technology

Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Russia St. Petersburg

The purpose of the Master of Science in Energy Technology degree programme is to prepare highly qualified professionals capable to solve complex engineering and management tasks in the world energy industry. [+]

International Master Degree Programme: Energy Technology

The 5 best reasons to participate in the program

1. The Master’s Degree Programme in Energy Technology includes a wide array of energy studies aimed to fundamental preparation and practical training.

2. The programme is conducted with the participation of key professors of St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University and other leading Russian and foreign universities.

3. The programme contributes to joint study of Russian students with foreign students, the opportunity to participate together in academic and extracurricular activities of SPbSPU.

4. The programme offers a unique opportunity to undertake an internship in leading Russian energy companies and a semester abroad at foreign partner University.... [-]


Master of Advanced Engineering (Energy and Sustainability)

Monash University Malaysia
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years February 2017 Malaysia Selangor + 1 more

The Master of Advanced Engineering (Energy and Sustainability) is designed for working engineers and engineering graduates with an ambition to lead. This program is ideal for those who aspire for career advancement in the competitive global environment. [+]

Master of Advanced Engineering (Energy and Sustainability) Why study a Master of Advanced Engineering (Energy and Sustainability)? The Master of Advanced Engineering (Energy and Sustainability) is designed for working engineers and engineering graduates with an ambition to lead. Addressing the pertinent demands in sustainable energy development, the course guides students to greater applicable knowledge in this area of specialisation and to succeed in complex problem solving methods. This program is ideal for those who aspire for career advancement in the competitive global environment. Areas of study Students will acquire an advanced understanding in energy and sustainability and the ability to develop solutions to complex engineering problems. Students will study core units in engineering leadership and engineering analysis to strengthen their abilities in critical reasoning, innovation and strategic thinking. Apply advanced energy and sustainability based knowledge in an engineering context Employ energy and sustainability based techniques to solve complex problems, design engineering solutions, and evaluate potential designs to identify optimal solutions Research, investigate and critically appraise current developments and research directions, and identify future directions for energy and sustainability Demonstrate a commitment to uphold code of ethics and established norms of professional engineering conduct Communicate information effectively to industry and wider community Demonstrate knowledge of team dynamics and leadership, and function effectively as an individual and in diverse engineering teams Select and apply appropriate resources and modern engineering tools to systematically manage systems and progress knowledge Employ energy and sustainability techniques into all phases of engineering project work, including business planning and financial management. Research option This program offers a research pathway option as an alternative route for students to progress from a coursework master’s program into a PhD program. The research option requires the recommendation of the Associate Head of School (Research Training) and approval from the Faculty/ MIGR (Monash University Institute of Graduate Research). Course structure You will complete eight units (48 credit points) as follows: Core units Advanced Engineering Data Analysis (ENG5001) Engineering Entrepreneurship (ENG5002) Major units Energy Conservation and Management (MEC5885) Sustainable Energy Technologies (MEC5886) Energy Efficient Lighting (ECE5885) Principles and Practices for Sustainable Development (CHE5885) Elective units Environmental and Air Pollution Control (MEC5887) Smart Grids (ECE5886) Minor project (12 credit points) (ENG5881) Entry requirements Minimum average of 70% in a 4-year Bachelor of Engineering degree from a recognised tertiary institution, or Minimum average of 65% in a 4-year Bachelor of Engineering degree from a recognised tertiary institution with 5 years of relevant working experience. A Curriculum Vitae and a 300-word Statement of Purpose is required. A phone interview may be requested, or Minimum average of 70% in a 3-year Bachelor of Engineering degree from a recognised tertiary institution with 2 years of relevant working experience, and having fulfilled Monash University’s English language proficiency entry requirements Duration The Master of Advanced Engineering degree can be undertaken over one year of full-time or two years of part-time study. Intakes for 2016 February and July Fees In 2016, annual tuition fees for this course are: RM 48,000 for Malaysian students RM 52,800 for international students. Once-only fees Application - RM 100 Registration - RM 200 Per-semester fee General amenities - RM100 Visa application fee for new international student Indonesia - RM 2,840 Other countries - RM 2,008 How to apply Applications must be submitted to the Admissions Office using a completed application form, accompanied by relevant certified copies of academic transcripts and a non-refundable application fee of RM 100. [-]

Master in Material Science & Engineering

National Central University
Campus Full time September 2017 Taiwan Taoyuan

Institute of Materials Science and Engineering (IMSE) was founded in August, 2005, and currently offers both master and doctoral programs. [+]

Masters in Engineering in Asia 2017. Institute of Materials Science and Engineering (IMSE) was founded in August, 2005, and currently offers both master and doctoral programs. The long-term aim of our institute is to establish a world-class materials science research teaching unit. As for short-term, we focus on developing renewable energy and hydrogen-related technology by combining different fields of research within NCU, such as Nano-structures, catalysts, energy, and environment. Hydrogen production, solar cells, LEDs, fuel cells, secondary batteries, and super capacitors are our important topics. IMSE currently consists of 7 faculties, 2 chair professor, 2 joint faculties, and 2 adjunct faculties. In addition to the institute office , there are individual offices for all the professors in IMSE. Superior integration with the Center of Precision Instruments has provided the necessary facilities for materials studies, fully supporting our high-quality and advanced research. Fundamental Core Courses Special Topics on Surface Analysis Phase Transformation Electronic Materials Science Electrochemistry Heat treatment Solid State Materials Physics Professional Development Courses Processing of Semiconductor Thin Films Processing and Characterization of Nano-materials Materials for Hydrogen Energy Special Topic on Electrochemistry Introduction to Semiconductor Devices Amorphous metallic alloys Requirements for Graduation Required credits : 24 credits Duration of Study : 1~4 years Other Requirements : 4 of the 6 core courses should be selected; students should pass at least 3 of them. Seminar course should be taken four semesters. Research Facilities & Labs Raman Spectrometer (Uni RAM) Low-vacuum SEM (Hitachi 3500N) Focus Ion Beam (FEI Versa 3D) Field-emission SEM (FEI NOVA 230) 、(Hitachi S800) 、(FEI Inspect F50) Particle-size Analyzer (ZEN 4003) Surface Area and Porosity analyzer (Micromeritics ASAP2010) Admission Documents Autobiography Research Proposal Two Letters of Recommendation TOEFL or Other Evidence of English Proficiency Evidence of Chinese Proficiency Related Academic Publications [-]

Master in Quantum Physics for Advanced Materials Engineering

National University of Science and Technology MISiS
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Russia Moscow

Master's program "Quantum Physics for Advanced Materials Engineering" is devoted to the study of new physical phenomena in nanostructured materials and quantum devices created or discovered during the last 20-30 years of research for components for quantum electronics. [+]

The Master's program Quantum Physics for Advanced Materials Engineering is devoted to the study of new physical phenomena discovered in nanostructured materials and quantum devices created last 20-30 years in the search for components for quantum electronics. At the same time the program addresses the basic physical principles of electronic systems and devices of quantum electronics, as well as some important manufacturing techniques and measurements of physical and chemical characteristics of quantum-sized structures and materials. The program is designed for students trained in the amount of university courses in general physics and introduction to theoretical physics for a Bachelors, which includes the courses: theoretical mechanics and the theory of elasticity,electrodynamics, quantum mechanics and statistical physics. The program does not involve a starting special training of students in the condensed matter physics,, because it includes basic courses in: 1) modern quantum physics of solids, 2) electronic theory of metals, 3) technology and materials of quantum electronics, 4) spectroscopic methods of materials characterization. The medium of instruction for this program is English. The urgency and necessity A distinctive feature of this Master’s program is to focus on the study of new physical phenomena in quantum-sized materials and devices, all of which are overlooked in traditional courses of solid state physics. These objects of study appeared in the last 20-30 years due to development of tools and methods of measurement and conversion of properties of materials in the nanometer range of distances. Although the physical phenomena and processes observed in the new materials and nanostructures are described in the framework of well-established fundamental concepts of quantum and classical physics, they could not become an object of study of traditional training courses on condensed matter physics, which were created in the middle of the twentieth century, simply because most of these facilities and adequate measurement tools for their research were not yet developed. The circle of new physical phenomena studied in special courses of this master's program includes the effects of size quantization in low-dimensional structures, in particular: the quantum Hall effect, quantum charge fluctuations, Coulomb blockade and Landauer quantum conductance of the contacts of atomic size, the Wigner-Dyson statistics of electronic energy levels in the nanoclusters, the Rabi oscillations in two-level systems, the spectra of quantum dots, wells and wires in a magnetic field, phonons in fractal structures, Einstein modes in thermoelectric semiconductor materials with complex crystal cell, etc. Developing skills This master's program enables students to orient themselves in the modern scientific and applied research and development of quantum-sized materials and devices through the acquisition of skills in both theoretical calculations in the field of quantum physics of nanosystems as well as experimental measurements using modern equipment in the field of electron and scanning probe microscopy and spectroscopy. Basic Courses 1) Modern quantum physics of solids (1 st semester) introduces into: different aspects of modern solid state physics, including phenomena in the objects of atomic size, including those considered in the following topics: quantum Hall effect, graphene and carbon nanotubes, Landauer quantum conductance of atomic size contacts, quantum magnets (spin chains), magnetism of frustrated systems, magnetic semiconductors, including silicon doped with manganese, colossal magnetoresistance, quantum phase transitions, the low-energy excitations in disordered media and fractal structures, granular conductors, metals with heavy fermions, the Kondo semiconductors, quasicrystals and structurally complex alloys; 2) Electron theory of metals (1 st semester) introduces into: basic methods and results of the electron theory of metals, that are in the focus of the current research of quantum properties of solids and use the concept of Landau quasi-particles and Fermi-liquid theory to describe the properties of normal metals; description of phenomena in superconductors, based on the concept of spontaneous symmetry breaking and Bose-condensation of Cooper pairs in the framework of the theory of Bardeen, Cooper and Schrieffer, with application of the equations of the Ginzburg and Landau; foundations of the Green's functions technique and its applications for prediction and interpretation of experiments involving the scattering of photons, neutrons, muons and measuring the current-voltage characteristics of the tunneling microcontacts; 3) Technologies and Materials of Quantum Electronics (2 nd semester) introduces into: physical properties of basic semiconductor materials and methods of nanotechnology in relation to the creation of the base elements of nanoelectronics, optoelectronics, quantum devices, in particular, including the study of changes in the electrical and optical properties of bulk materials when they are produced in the form of low-dimensional structures (quantum wells, wires and dots) due to the effects of quantum-size effect; with the emphasis on C, Si, solid solutions GeXSi1 -X , compounds and solid solutions А2В6 and A3B5; also considered are basic technologies of manufacturing of quantum-sized structures: liquid phase epitaxy, molecular beam epitaxy, vapor phase epitaxy of organometallic compounds, nanolithography, self-organization of quantum wires and dots; outline of the use of low-dimensional structures in the devices of micro-and nanoelectronics; also considered are emitting diodes and lasers for the infrared, visible and ultraviolet spectral regions, photodetectors and transistors; 4) Spectroscopic methods for analysis of materials (1 st semester) introduces into: the fundamentals of modern spectroscopic methods of analysis of materials, such as Auger electron spectroscopy (AES), X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XRF), secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS), transmission electron microscopy (TEM), scanning ion microscopy (SIM), i.e. methods that allow us to investigate elemental, chemical composition, atomic structure, structural perfection of the surfaces of solids, surface layers, interphase boundaries and nanostructures. Special Courses familiarize students with basic modern areas of theoretical physics research in nanosystems, in including low-dimensional systems. 1) Quantum electronic properties of nanosystems (3rd semester) introduces into: theory of electronic quantum phenomena in nanosystems: random Hamiltonian matrices of Wigner-Dyson and thermodynamics of nanoclusters, Peierls transitions in quasi one-dimensional conductors, transitions of Ising and Berezinskii Kosterlitz-Thouless in two-dimensional lattice systems, the theory of spin fluctuations in one-dimensional Ising chain, the theory of Landauer quantum conductance of quantum point contact; 2) Physics of liquid-crystal membranes (3rd semester) introduces into: physics of liquid crystals and its applications to the theory of lipid membranes, in particular, into fundamentals of elasticity of liquid crystals adapted to describe bilayer membranes, thermodynamics and kinetics of phase transitions in multicomponent systems, Gibbs phase diagrams and various two-dimensional lattice models; basic theory of wetting, adapted to biomembranes, mechanisms of protein-lipid interactions and conditions of formation of macroscopic wetting films, the dependence of the rate of cellular processes on the energy of forming membrane structures using exo-and endocytosis as example; 3) Physics of Low-Dimensional Systems (2 nd semester) introduces into: low-dimensional systems - quasi-two-dimensional quantum wells, one-dimensional quantum wires and quasi zero-dimensional quantum dots, in particular, with the quantum-mechanical phenomena in such systems and the influence of external electric and magnetic fields, methods of computer modeling and calculations from first principles of parameters of the low-dimensional systems: resonant frequencies, the energy spectra and wave functions of electronic and excitonic systems with carriers incoupled quantum wells and coupled quantum dots; evolution of the spectrum and restructuring of the spin states of molecules consisting of horizontally and vertically coupled quantum dots; 4) Experimental Methods in the physics of low-dimensional systems (2-nd semester) introduces into: methods of experimental studies of transport and magnetic properties of solids, including: galvanomagnetic effects (magnetoresistance, Hall effect, de Haas-van Alphen effect, Shubnikov - de Haas effect), electrodynamics of metals, nuclear magnetic resonance, nuclear gamma resonance; equipment and experimental techniques of measurement of weak signals in the presence of noise, resistance measurement, thermometery, application of high magnetic fields; methods of choice of appropriate measurement technology for research, experimental design, design scheme of the experimental setup, processing and interpretation of the results of the experiment, the course also teaches methods of analysis of surfaces of solids, including: classification of methods of analysis of materials surface, ion-beam probe (inverse Rutherford scattering, channeling, mass spectroscopy of secondary ions), electron-beam probe (characteristic loss spectroscopy, secondary electron emission, Auger spectroscopy), electromagnetic radiation probe, tunneling microscopy; 5) Phase diagrams of multicomponent systems (3rd semester) introduces into: analysis of phase diagrams of multicomponent systems, including applied to real materials and processes based on software packet calculation methods “Thermo-Calc”, as well as the original techniques focused on the use of widespread program EXCEL; methods of solution of the following tasks: analysis of phase composition of multicomponent materials at different temperatures; graphical estimate and calculation of the liquidus, solidus, and other critical temperatures of phase transformations; construction of insulated and polythermal cuts of triple, quadruple and five fingers systems using both graphical and computational methods; calculation of the mass and volume fractions of phases in multicomponent systems, a critical analysis of information on phase diagrams and finding errors in the prediction of phase equilibria in unexplored multicomponent systems. 6) Electronic properties of quantum confined semiconductor heterostructures (2–nd semester) introduces into: physics of low dimensional quantum confined heterostructures, that are the structures where the carrier motion is restricted in one or more directions at the distances of the order of de Broglie wavelength; electron transport and optical transitions in low dimensional electronic systems, and the difference between the electronic properties of low dimensional structures and those of bulk semiconductors; applications of quantum dots and wells in photovoltaics and laser techniques. 7) Introduction to path integral methods in condensed matter physics (2–nd semester)motivation and contents: The idea of the course is to get students acquainted with path integral approach to problems of contemporary condensed matter physics. The aim is to give students firm command of this approach via carefully selected examples and problems. The course contains mathematical digression into complex calculus, the basics of second quantization, field quantization, path integral description of quantum statistical mechanics, finite temperature perturbation theory, theory of linear response, basics of renormalization group analysis and effective field theory. The final project consists of the theoretical description of single electron transistor via effective Ambegaokar-Eckern-Schoen action. Courses in experimental research methods help students to get an idea of materials for prospective elementary base of quantum electronics, as well as on the possibilities of measurement methods: 1) spectroscopy, 2) tunneling microscopy, 3) scanning ion microscopy, 4) the accuracy, sensitivity, locality, and applicability of different measurement methods for the study of nanomaterials. Focus of lecture courses are new materials and modern quantum devices. List of new materials studied in the course of the program includes: 1) graphene and carbon nanotubes 2) quantum magnets - atomic spin chain 3) magnetic semiconductors - silicon doped with manganese; 4) semiconductor materials based on solid solutions of germanium in silicon 5) disordered media and fractal structures – aerogels, granular conductors, 6) heavy fermionic metals, the Kondo semiconductors, 7) quasicrystals and structurally complex thermionic materials based on bismuth telluride. Studied electronic devices and appliances include: 1) tunnel contact of atomic size, 2) magnetic switches on the basis of manganites with colossal magnetoresistance 3) Josephson junctions 4) emitting diodes and lasers for the infrared, visible and ultraviolet, photodetectors, transistors. Studied manufacturing technologies of quantum-sized materials: 1) liquid-phase epitaxy, 2) molecular-beam epitaxy, 3) vapor-phase epitaxy from organometallic compounds, 4) nanolithography, 5) self-organization of quantum wires and dots. Admission Admission to International Master’s Programs at MISiS is open to both Russian and international students. Given that all classes will be conducted in English, we recommend that nonnative speakers of English achieve a TOEFL score of at least 525 (paper based) or 200 (computer based) prior to admission. To apply for a two-year Master’s program at MISiS, the applicant must hold a Bachelor’s degree in a related field. Upon the completion of the program of study at MISiS, the applicant will receive a Russian State diploma and a European Diploma Supplement. Admission Deadline The deadline to submit the application for Fall 2016 is 15 March 2016. [-]

Master of Engineering (Electrical)

Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR)
Campus Full time 1 - 4 years January 2017 Malaysia Selangor

UTAR’s Master of Engineering (Electrical) programme aims to train engineering graduates to design better sustainable systems for electricity generation, transmission, and distribution for better operational safety, efficiency and the need to use renewable energy to address the escalating demand for energy. [+]

Masters in Engineering in Asia 2017. UTAR’s Master of Engineering (Electrical) programme aims to train engineering graduates to design better sustainable systems for electricity generation, transmission, and distribution for better operational safety, efficiency and the need to use renewable energy to address the escalating demand for energy. It also serves as a postgraduates course for Electronic Engineering graduates to develop the necessary competencies to practice as Electrical Engineers with the knowledge and ability to carry out research and solve problem effectively. Upon graduation, graduates should be able to: Establish mastery of literary competencies in relation to Electrical Engineering profession. Undertake independent research and implementation of Electrical Engineering projects. Demonstrate commitment to professional ethics in engineering work to achieve high level of governance with full regard to public interests. Lead, communicate and coordinate effectively in multi-disciplinary settings. Foster high standard of professionalism through continuous learning, applying, evaluating and refining processes in engineering practices. Salient features Emphasis on producing highly skilled engineers and technical professionals Curriculum relevant to industry demand Balanced approach between theoretical learning and practical training Research-based projects Experienced and qualified facilitators Qualifications Bachelor’s Degree with Honours and CGPA of 2.75 and above or a Bachelor’s Degree with CGPA of 2.75 and above in a related field from UTAR; or Bachelor’s Degree with Honours and CGPA of 2.50 and above but less than 2.75 or a Bachelor’s Degree with CGPA of 2.50 and above but less than 2.75 in a related field from UTAR and subjected to rigorous internal assessment; or Bachelor’s Degree with Honours and CGPA of 2.00 and above but less than 2.50 or a Bachelor’s Degree with CGPA of 2.00 and above but less than 2.50 in a related field from UTAR, show evidence of at least five (5) years of relevant working experience and subjected to rigorous internal assessment; or Any other academic qualifications equivalent to (1), (2) or (3) from another recognised University as approved by the Senate Other entry criteria An applicant is also required to possess a relevant score in one of the following English language examinations: (a) a minimum overall score of 580 in TOEFL (paper-based) or 237 in TOEFL (computer-based) or 92 in TOEFL (internet-based testing); (b) a minimum overall band score of 6.5 in IELTS; (c) a minimum grade B in Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE); (d) a minimum score of 980 in English Language Proficiency Test (ELPT); (e) a minimum score of 500 in Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) (Critical Reading); (f) a minimum score of 22 in American College Testing Assessment (ACT); (g) a credit in English 1119; (h) a minimum credit C4 in SPM English Language / "O" level English Language; (i) a minimum overall band score of 4 in MUET; or (j) any other qualification which is of equivalent level as determined by the Senate of the University. All applicants must meet the required English Language requirement before being admitted to the approved programme of study. Intakes January & May [-]

Master of Engineering Management

United Arab Emirates University, College of Engineering
Campus Full time September 2017 United Arab Emirates AL Ain

Engineering Management is the Process of Planning, Organizing, Staffing, leading and influencing People and Controlling Activities which have a Technological Component. [+]

Engineering Management is the Process of Planning, Organizing, Staffing, leading and influencing People and Controlling Activities which have a Technological Component. These functions require foundation skills from engineering managers to manage themselves, staff, teams, projects, technologies and global issues of importance. These requirements being partly technical and partly business related, the Colleges of Engineering, and Business and Economics got together and launched the program in 2006. The program focuses on product development, process management, Quality Engineering and Project management from the technical side and leadership, management of technical innovations, supply chain, finance and decision making from the business side. The knowledge and skills thus gained are integrated through an action project. Program Objectives Management decision-making skills. Professional leadership and management skills. Knowledge of cost, financial and economic analysis. Knowledge about management of existing and emerging technologies. Continued intellectual growth in the engineering field. Program Learning Outcomes Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to: Understand the designing process and synthesize strategies to manage designing an overall engineering system or product that meets desired needs. Apply knowledge of mathematics, engineering and technology in managing engineering processes. Analyze engineering problems relating to Quality and manufacturing operations and Synthesize Solutions. Understand supply chain concepts and apply them to improve the business’ overall and supply chain performance Apply concepts to manage technological innovations and synthesize relevant business strategy. Apply the accounting information for decision-making Apply knowledge of applied statistics and decision techniques in managing engineering processes. Analyze subjects with technical and business content and synthesize effective written reports and oral presentations Apply theories of human behavior to analyze and evaluate the role of managers and leaders in driving effective employee behaviors in industrial organizational contexts. Degree Requirements Required Credit Hours : minimum 33 hours Engineering Management Required Courses (33.00 hours) Credit Hours ACCT603 Management Accounting & Financial Analysis 3.00 MEME621 Operations Research for Engineers 3.00 MEME635 Engineering Project Management 3.00 MEME651 Quality Engineering 3.00 MEME661 Engineering Process Management 3.00 MEME676 Product Development and Marketing 3.00 MEME685 Action Project (Capstone) 3.00 MGMT675 Management and Leadership 3.00 MIST625 Management of Technology and Innovation 3.00 SCML655 Supply Chain Management 3.00 STAT609 Decision Techniques and Data Analysis 3.00 [-]

Master in Computational Engineering

Vietnamese-German University
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City

The Computational Engineering Master program prepares students in the theory and application of computer-based simulation techniques. [+]

Master in Computational Engineering

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. 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.... [-]


Master of Technology in Computer Science and Engineering

K L University
Campus Full time July 2017 India Guntur

To make the students achieve a level of competency, cognition and knowledge in the acquisition of theoretical foundations in the stated specializations related to Computer Science and Engineering at post graduate level [+]

Program Educational Objectives To make the students achieve a level of competency, cognition and knowledge in the acquisition of theoretical foundations in the stated specializations related to Computer Science and Engineering at post graduate level Must be able to conduct research and undertake development in the focused and emerging areas and domains shortlisted for the discipline - Computer Science and Engineering Specify, design, develop, prototype and test the applications that are related to the domains finalized for the program Be able to achieve hands-on practice in using different type of tools which are related to theoretical aspects covered in the program, and be able to conduct research, and undertake project development using the tools. Understand and practice professional ethics Recognize professional and personal responsibility to the community and undertake all the activities that benefit the society Pursue lifelong learning as a means of enhancing knowledge and skills necessary to contribute to the betterments of profession. Must learn to work in teams especially for undertaking project execution Program Outcomes Apply knowledge, concepts, methods, and algorithms, techniques in implementing solutions to the problems that are related to the domain areas that are shortlisted for the discipline Computer Science and Engineering. Identify, formulate, research literature and find solutions to the problems and critically evaluate the solutions to the problems that are related to the fields of specialization shortlisted for the discipline “Computer Science and Engineering” Specify, design and develop solutions for complex engineering problems related to specialisation areas and domains shortlisted for the program Conduct experimentation using different types of tools, that help analyzing, designing evaluating and testing applications related to specialization areas Be able to innovative and incubate the research findings through development of pilots and be able to promote the commercialization by interacting with ecosystem in association with the faculty specializing in similar areas. Function effectively as an individual and as a team member to design and develop applications, conduct research and find solutions to the burning problems. Demonstrate the understanding of the societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues through incorporating and implementing relevant engineering practices during project and LAB execution. Understand and commit to professional ethics through adaptation of norms and standards Be able to bring in the societal issues such as energy minimization, pollution elimination etc., into the engineering solutions designed for solving complex problems Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of management and business practices that are related to the field of specialization [-]

Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Engineering

Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation (APU)
Campus Full time Part time 16 - 60 months January 2017 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur + 1 more

A research degree such as the MPhil programme is best suited for a research-oriented student, persons interested in pursuing an academic career, persons working on a research project and those who would like to gain in-depth knowledge of a certain domain of knowledge. [+]

Masters in Engineering in Asia 2017. Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Engineering Students will not only enhance their technical capabilities, but will develop to consider how to innovate, generate and manage the creation of new ideas which is embedded within the research to be undertaken. A research degree such as the MPhil programme is best suited for a research-oriented student, persons interested in pursuing an academic career, persons working on a research project and those who would like to gain in-depth knowledge of a certain domain of knowledge. It is ideal for a student who has intentions to continue on to a PhD programme, as the necessary research methodology, research experience, skills and guidance are inculcated in the MPhil programme. Admission Requirements A Bachelors degree or equivalent in Engineering or Engineering Technology, with a minimum CGPA of 2.75. Evidence of satisfactory English language skills is required for candidates where English is not their first language, such as IELTS Band 6 with a minimum of 5.5 in Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking or equivalent. Conversion to MPhil Students of the MPhil programme who display excellent progress in their research, are able to exhibit the potential of their project to be expanded into a PhD scope, and pass a rigorous assessment, may convert their MPhil into a PhD candidature. Successful conversion means that the student will no longer be an MPhil candidate but instead become a PhD candidate with their candidature start date backdated to their original MPhil registration date. Hence, it allows the student to gain a PhD award within a shorter timeframe, without the need to complete a Masters programme. Programme Structure / Process Flow Application Process Ideally, student works with potential supervisors to develop proposal. Dual Degree Award: APU, Malaysia & Staffordshire University, UK [-]

Master in Laser Measuring Technology

Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Russia St. Petersburg

Students get knowledge of quantum electronics and laser techniques. [+]

The structure of degree program consists of advanced professional studies, elective studies and a Masters Thesis. Students get knowledge of quantum electronics and laser techniques. They get skills of practical work with modern laser techniques and laser measurement equipment, ability of carrying out science research during development of new laser measuring devices and systems. As a result we achieve competitiveness of our graduates and their job placement in prestigious research institutes and firms. Program curriculum includes the following advanced courses: Wave Optics Optical systems and components Theoretical Principles of Quantum Devices Laser systems Fiber and Integrated Optics Laser measurement systems Methods and means of laser radiation control Laser and fiber optic technology in navigation systems Optoelectronics Programme: 120 ECTS credits, full-time study (2 years), Master’s Degree Eligibility: candidates must hold a Bachelor's Degree in the corresponding field Scholarship: scholarship covers the tuition fee and some study materials An academic year includes 2 semesters beginning on 1st September and 10th February, Winter holidays - 2 weeks, Summer holidays - 2 months (July, August). Master’s Thesis defense is in June. Educational programs of «LETI» are constantly modernized, following the principle «Training through research». Graduates of our university receive new, profound knowledge and practical skills of work. [-]

Master of Engineering/Postgrad study

Multimedia University
Campus Full time January 2017 Malaysia Cyberjaya

The postgraduate programmes in Multimedia University is offered by the various Faculties of the university, but administered by the Institute of Postgraduate Studies (IPS). Please review the information in this section for more information about postgraduate programmes in MMU. [+]

Masters in Engineering in Asia 2017. The postgraduate programmes in Multimedia University is offered by the various Faculties of the university, but administered by the Institute of Postgraduate Studies (IPS). Please review the information in this section for more information about postgraduate programmes in MMU. INSTITUTE FOR POSTGRADUATE STUDIES The Institute for Postgraduate Studies (IPS) was established with the primary focus on promoting postgraduate research and education in MMU. Functions of IPS include: To function as a secretariat to the Board of Postgraduate Studies. To formulate policies, review rules and regulations pertaining to the management of postgraduate programmes. To administer the progress monitoring of postgraduate students. To monitor the quality and performance of postgraduate programmes. To coordinate university-wide postgraduate courses. To facilitate the academic faculties on matters pertaining to postgraduate programmes. To cooperate with academic faculties to maintain & enhance the quality of postgraduate education. To support the academic faculties in upholding the integrity in postgraduate education practices. To promote MMU postgraduate programmes in Malaysia and abroad. [-]