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Master in Nanotechnology (Master of Science)

 

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Postfach /P.O. Box 3049, D-67653 Kaiserslautern, Germany

Tel. No.

+49 (0)631 205 4925

Fax No.

+49 (0)631 205 4940

E-mail address

info@disc.uni-kl.de

Course

Master in Nanotechnology (Master of Science)

Type of course

Part-time (distance study)

Length of course

3 years (6 semesters)

Date of commencement

The registration deadline is July 15 Programme start: October / every year

Class size

20

Cost/Fees

820.00 Euro + 90.00 Euro Social Service Contribution per semester PLUS 500.00 Euro one-time Master examination fee

Admissions requirements

The admission requirements are distinguished between work experience requirements and formal requirements:

Work experience:
• A minimum of one year of related job experience is needed

Formal requirements:
• Undergraduate degree of a university or university of applied sciences (Bachelor, Diploma or Master) in a natural science/medicine or engineering subject is needed. A sufficient proof of proficiency in English is necessary.

With the application for acceptance to the distance learning course "Nanotechnology" one also has to hand in a written confirmation that a fitting institution is willing to supervise the applicant's master thesis topic. The declaration can be downloaded here: http://www.uni-kl.de/en/studies/prior-to-enrollment/application/distance-learning/studiengangspezifische-infos/.

An attestation of the institution must be submitted to the Student's Administration Office by the end of the fourth semester.

Course Director

Prof. Dr. Egbert Oesterschulze



MSc in Nanotechnology
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University of Kaiserslautern
Distance and Independent Studies Center

Master in Nanotechnology (Master of Science)

About the Master Programme in Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology is an interdisciplinary science to a large extent. It combines the laws of physics, chemical processes and biological principles with one another at the nanoscale level. The high level of interdisciplinarity leads to the necessity that scientists need to acquire additional skills and knowledge, for example in the fields of characterization techniques, nanooptics, nanoelectronics, nanomaterials and biotechnology.

The program prepares the students for a professional career and ensures that they are able to improve existing products and processes within the organizations they work in, and this on a long-term basis. This course of studies therefore contributes to the sought-after and highly demanded qualified experts that are needed within the field of nanotechnology. After successful completion one is awarded the academic degree "Master of Science" (M.Sc.).

The distance learning master program "Nanotechnology" encompasses a basic course of studies of one semester, focus studies that take four semesters and the master thesis itself for which one semester is planned. The fields of study include amongst others: Semiconductor theories, quantum computing, characterization techniques of nanostructures, screening methods in biology, nanooptics, biomaterials for transplants, processing ceramics and composites, using nanoparticles in medicine and pharmaceutics, nanoelectronics and nanomagnetism. The topics being taught are oriented on the possible career fields and working areas of the participants in the course. These include the semiconductor and electronics industries, the IT sector, the automotive sector, the chemical industry, biotechnology companies, optics and laser technology, the pharmaceutical industry, medicine and medical technology and for the development of new materials.

Other Programmes offered by University of Kaiserslautern

- Master in Software Engineering for Embedded Systems (Master of Engineering)
- Certificate in Nanobiotechnology

Distance and Independent Studies Center (DISC) University of Kaiserslautern

The Distance and Independent Studies Center is one of the University of Kaiserslautern‘s key scientific institutions. Its tasks comprise the initiation and development of further qualifications for university graduates who have already obtained an initial professional qualification. The range of measures that are offered in collaboration with the University’s departments and subject areas comprise program, program sequences, and study programs of varying lengths. One of the Center’s key focal points is the provision of distance learning programs, which can be taken on a part-time basis while pursuing a career.

More than 3,800 students are currently enrolled in the distance learning programs of Adult Education, Human Resource Management, School Management, Social Sciences: Organization and Communication, Systemic Management, Organizational Development, Systemic Consulting, Management of Health and Social Institutions, Management of Cultural and Non-Profit Organizations, Economy and Management, Commercial Law for Business Practice, Sustainable Development Cooperation, Software Engineering for Embedded Systems, Medical Physics, Medical Physics and Technology, Structural Fire Protection/ Safety Engineering, Child Psychology: Learning and Learning Disabilities, Nanotechnology and Nanobiotechnology.

The University of Kaiserslautern

History

The University of Kaiserslautern was founded on July 13, 1970. At the beginning, it was part of the twin University Trier / Kaiserslautern. In the winter semester 1970/1971, student and scientific activities started with the matriculation of 191 new students in the faculties of Mathematics, Physics, and Technology. In 1972, the set-up of the faculties Chemistry and Biology gave a boost to the extension of a scientifically specialized structure. At the same time, the faculty of Technology was split into the faculties Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering, Architecture / Regional and Environmental Planning / Educational Sciences. The University of Kaiserslautern became independent after the separation from its partner university in Trier in 1975. The following faculties, which were established successively, continuously strengthened the university‘s scientific character: Electrical Engineering (1975), later Electrical and Computer Engineering (1999), Computer Science (1975), Engineering (1975), later Mechanical and Process Engineering (1995), Architecture / Regional and Environmental Planning / Civil Engineering (1978-1979) and Social and Economic Studies (1985), which was separated in 2003 in two independent departments. The official name of the university is “Technische Universität Kaiserslautern” according to the new law on Higher Education of the Land Rhineland-Palatinate, which came into force on September 1, 2003.

Studies and Prospects

Future-oriented programs, education with practical orientation, and a modern infrastructure: these are the conditions for students at the University of Kaiserslautern. Since its establishment in 1970, the only technology- and natural science-oriented university in Rhineland-Palatinate has gained a considerable reputation and can easily stand comparison with well-established universities of technology. Incontestable proof is provided by the latest German university rankings, which were carried out by the magazines Stern, Spiegel and CHE “Centrum für Hochschulentwicklung” (Center for University Development) and the “Humboldt-Stiftung” (Humboldt foundation). The University of Kaiserslautern achieved top positions in different categories.

Prospective engineers and natural scientists will be well prepared for their career if they study at the University of Kaiserslautern. Internships in companies as well as living/studying abroad provide an academic education that is closely related to professional practice. Furthermore, students profit from the numerous well-known research institutes on and near the campus. In terms of applied research projects, the institutes closely cooperate with the university. There are, for example, the “Deutsches Forschungszentrum für künstliche Intelligenz” (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence), the “Institut für Verbundwerkstoffe” (Institute for Composite Materials), the “Fraunhofer-Institut für Experimentelles Software Engineering” (Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering), and the “Fraunhofer-Institut für Techno- und Wirtschaftsmathematik” (Fraunhofer Institute for Technical and Industrial Mathematics).

Currently, there are approximately 13,600 students enrolled at the university. Due to this manageable size, excellent support is guaranteed and a close relationship between professor and student can be built up. In addition, the university offers very modern equipment and a brilliant infrastructure, including libraries, laboratories, its own computer center, and much more. Accommodation for students is satisfactory, too: near the campus, there are more than 2000 resident hall facilities, where students can use the Internet free of charge.


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