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  1. Polymer Technologies and Science (E)

    The master’s degree programme covers substantial basic knowledge in the areas of ”polymer materials and testing“, ”polymer processing“, ”polymer product engineering“, ”polymer chemistry and chemical engineering“, and ”lightweight design/construction“. The regulations for subject examinations and course examinations are described in the study handbook of the JKU. The master's programme in "Polymer Technologies and Science" concludes with a master's examination. The master's examination consists of two parts: The first part is the successful completion of the mandatory subjects and elective subjects according to §§ 4 and 5. The second part of the master's examination is a comprehensive oral exam (2 ECTS credits) conducted by an examination committee. Prior to being admitted to the master's examination students must complete the first part of the master's examination, the master's thesis, the master's thesis seminar and the free electives. The second part of the master's examination starts with a presentation and a defence of the master's thesis, followed by two oral exams. One of the exams concerns the subject defined by the advisor of the master's thesis, the second exam must be chosen by the candidate out of the mandatory subjects listed in § 4 or one of the completed elective subjects listed in § 5. The examination committee consists of three members and is formed by the Vice Rector of Academic Affairs. The candidate may submit a proposal for the committee members. In general, the academic advisor of the maste ...

    Provider NameJohannes Kepler Universität Linz

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Oberösterreich
  2. Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (E)

    This programme combines new interdisciplinary fields in biomedical sciences, which aim at the replacement of defective parts in the human body. The possibility to construct functional human tissues such as skin, muscle or bone in the laboratory is one of the great future challenges in medicine. In the third semester students have to do a work placement in the framework of the “Methods of Scientific Research” course. The work placement will be done at a research institute or a research department to gain practical experience for the master's thesis. As a rule this placement lasts five weeks. ...

    Provider NameFachhochschule Technikum Wien

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Wien
  3. Space Sciences and Earth from Space

    The degree Programme in Space Sciences and Earth from Space provides students with a technological and natural sciences education in the field of space sciences and its applications in three specialisation subjects which complement each other: “Solar System Physics“, “Satellite Systems“ and “Earth System from Space”. in the dealing with space sciences and the system Earth on a technological and natural sciences basis: “Solar System Physics” enhances the understanding of the physics of the solar system, the planets and their interaction with the solar wind and energy eruptions on the sun (so-called space weather”); essential insights in the field of space plasma physics and physics of the sun and the planets are gained here. “Satellite Systems” covers satellite communication and satellite navigation, which have gained in importance, with applications in disaster prevention and crisis management as well as in telemedicine and telelearning. “Earth Systems from Space” covers the observation of the components of the system Earth (solid earth, oceans, ice masses, atmosphere, etc.) by means of modern satellite technologies and their physical description and numerical modelling. Students can set individual foci by choosing their desired courses from a catalogue of elective courses. The programme concludes with a master’s thesis and a master’s examination. ...

    Provider NameTechnische Universität Graz (gemeinsam mit der Universität Graz)

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Steiermark
  4. Materials Science and Technology

    Das praxisorientierte Studium Werkstoffwissenschaft ist technikbezogen und naturwissenschaftlich ausgerichtet und bietet effiziente Grundlagenforschung im Bereich Werkstoffwissenschaft an. Das Bachelorstudium Werkstoffwissenschaften umfasst die wichtigsten naturwissenschaftlich-technischen Grundlagen wie Mathematik, Physik, Chemie, Computerwissenschaft und Einführung in die Werkstoffwissenschaft. Aufbauend auf der Basisausbildung folgt eine werkstoffphysikalisch ausgerichtete Fachausbildung in den Kerngebieten der Werkstoffwissenschaft, die metallische und keramische Werkstoffe, Werkstoffe der Elektronik, organische Werkstoffe und Biomaterialien beinhaltet. ...

    Provider NameMontanuniversität Leoben

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Steiermark
  5. Materials Science and Technology

    Das praxisorientierte Studium Werkstoffwissenschaft ist technikbezogen und naturwissenschaftlich ausgerichtet und bietet eine vertiefende Fachausbildung im Bereich der Werkstoffwissenschaft. Für den Abshluss des Masterstudiums ist der Nachweis einer facheinschlägigen Praix von mind. 24 Wochen (Vollzeit) nachzuweisen. ...

    Provider NameMontanuniversität Leoben

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Steiermark
  6. Spatial Information Management (E)

    Spatial Information Management offers a universal solution framework for many fields of application areas like Natural Hazards Risk Management, Site Potential Analysis, Infrastructure Planning, Water Resource Management or Traffic Simulation and Modelling. Apart from the courses in the focus areas the curriculum includes courses in the following areas: Fundamentals in GIS, Mathematics and Computer Science, Geodata Management, Spatial Decision Support Systems, Spatial Statistics & Optimization, Operations Research, Spatio-Temporal Databases, Scientific Communication, Entrepreneurship, Visualization, Geosimulation and Project. Moreover, students have to write a master’s thesis. ...

    Provider NameFachhochschule Kärnten

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Kärnten
  7. Geoinformation and Environmental Technologies

    The Geoinformation programme teaches the basics and the systematic application of modern geoinformation technologies such as GPS (Global Positioning System), satellite remote sensing and spatial databases. Apart from the specialisation subjects courses in the following areas must be studied: geographical information sciences and technologies, information technology, mathematics/statistics, economics/management/law, communication/presentation as well as languages and project. Moreover, two bachelor theses must be written and a 12-week internship must be done. ...

    Provider NameFachhochschule Kärnten

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Kärnten
  8. Technical Chemistry – Management

    The degree programme Technical Chemistry – Management in Austria primarily deals with the economic issues that play a part in the technical chemistry field (analysis and production of substances and materials). It provides a combination of engineering and economic qualifications. The curriculum consists mostly of compulsory courses related to the following areas: “Management Basics“, “Management Advanced“, “Chemical Technology and Process Engineering“, “Management and Law Electives“, “Advanced Chemical Technology and Process Engineering“ and “Advanced Chemistry, Analytics, Technologies, Patents, Engineering and Soft Skills Electives”. The master’s thesis as a rule consists of experimental research work the results of which must be documented in the form of a written assignment. The programme concludes with an oral overall examination before a committee. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of Linz

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Oberösterreich
  9. Management in Polymer Technologies (E)

    Polymer Technologies deal with the exploration and application of physical, chemical and technical properties of polymers. The aim is to develop materials that are needed for specific applications or productions (e.g. by changing the strength, weight, etc.). The development and construction of plastics-processing machines is also taught in this study programme. The compulsory subjects of this master’s programme can be divided into two big blocks. The first block concentrates on the consolidation and analysis of essential polymer technologies according to the state of the art in this field; the second one rather imparts knowledge from the field of management, qualifying for leadership positions. Towards the end of the programme students have to write a master’s thesis focusing on polymer technologies. This is to prove the student’s ability of autonomous and correct academic dealing with a specific topic. The thesis should be planned in such a way that it can be completed successfully within six months. ...

    Provider NameJohannes Kepler Universität Linz

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Oberösterreich
  10. Chemical and Process Engineering

    Die Verfahrenstechnik ist ein Teil der Produktionstechnik, die als Hybriddisziplin aus technischer Chemie und Maschinenbau gesehen werden kann. Der Titel bezeichnet die Ingenieurwissenschaft der Stoffumwandlung, in der aus einem Rohstoff durch eine chemische oder physikalische Umwandlung ein neues Produkt entsteht. Obwohl es eine Unmenge an verschiedenen Prozessen und Produkten gibt, ist die Menge der Grundoperationen - wie Destillieren, Zerkleinern, etc. - überschaubar. Verfahrenstechnik an der Technischen Universität Wien wird interdisziplinär von den Fakultäten Technische Chemie und Maschinenwesen und Betriebswissenschaften gemeinsam angeboten. Die Prüfungsfächer der verpflichtenden Grundlagenausbildung sind dementsprechend vielschichtig und reichen von Programmieren bis zur organischer Chemie und Labortechnik. Im Verlauf des Studiums ist zu einem fachspezifischen Thema eine wissenschaftliche Bachelorarbeit zu verfassen. ...

    Provider NameVienna University of Technology

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Wien

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