Computation and physics are an integral part of modern society and science. One cannot overstate the importance of computational engineering and technical physics in the global industrial economy, particularly as the systems we use grow more and more complex.
Effective computation engineering allows for shorter design cycle times, better product quality and improved functionality. Knowledge of physics helps us appreciate, comprehend and interact better with the environment.
In this master's programme you will get an extensive knowledge about physics and mathematics and their application to the rapidly changing problems of industrial and economic life. These are the skills which you can apply in your future career in finding novel solutions to challenges of today's society.
You can specialize in three areas of this science – Technomathematics, Intelligent Computing, and Technical Physics.
You will study modelling of industrial and environmental processes, fuzzy systems, and developing mathematical methods. During your studies, you will focus on real-world applications, with active collaboration in the international community of industrial mathematics.
You will study information processing, both in systems and in their design. You will focus on computer vision systems and robotics contributing to the current trends in automation. You will get good competencies in development of information processing systems, project planning and management in ICT companies.
Your studies will be focused on materials physics, semiconductors, superconductors, spintronics and optical measurement technologies. LUT physics has extensive cooperation with Russian universities and wide contacts with Finnish and European physics laboratories.
Intended Learning Outcomes
Mathematics and physics are important tools in the field of technical sciences and engineering. Good mathematical skills will help you efficiently use modelling and simulation software, and knowledge in the field of physics is a fundamental requirement to fully understand phenomena in the field of technology. After completing this master's programme you will obtain sufficient mathematical and computational skills for industry and other research and development tasks.
- be able to and find solutions for challenging problems in information processing through transforming them into algorithmic format.
- be able to apply intelligent and learning approaches of information processing to solve problems in information technology.
- be prepared to use and rationally select solutions and methods in computer vision, computer graphics, compiler construction, machine learning and artificial intelligence.
Degree Structure and Studies
The Master's Programme in Computational Engineering and Technical Physics is a two-year programme. It leads to the degree of Master of Science in Technology, MSc. (Tech.), which includes 120 ECTS credits.
Master's Thesis and Seminar is a part of specialized studies and it includes 30 ECTS credits. It is an advanced research project, which requires approximately six months of full-time work. The Master's thesis is completed during the fourth semester of the degree programme.
After completing studies, you will be open for different careers in industry, science and research. You will have career prospects in such areas as the development of information processing systems, project planning and management in ICT companies.
Student graduated from this programme have found placements in areas of system simulation and optimization, modelling, identification, and control of the processes, computational control of production, fluid dynamics etc.
You can also find employment in research and development of information processing systems and software, project planning and management. Career in research and teaching in universities is also common for graduates.
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Last updated February 13, 2016