For an overview of our lectures in German please use the German version of this site.
Our M.Sc. in Computational Science and Engineering is a cooperative program of the Ulm University and the Ulm University of Applied Sciences. Therefore, lectures take place both at Ulm University and at Ulm University of Applied Sciences.
The courses in the masters program Computational Science and Engineering are taught in German and English. There is a very extensive selection catalog that is updated continuously. Students can choose their lectures there. Here, the modules taught in English can be choosed.
Regularly Offered Courses in Winter Semester
(October - February)
Regularly Offered Courses in Summer Semester
(April - August)
Unregularly Offered Courses
|Module No.||Module Title |
Click for Module Description
|70137||Time Series Analysis||6||GE/EN||UU|
|74645||Deep Vision - Deep Learning and Convolutional Neural Networks in Computational Vision||6||EN||UU|
|76032||Introduction to Numerical Fluid Mechanics||4||EN||UU|
|75145||Elements of Statistical Learning||4||EN||UU|
|74100||Model Driven Software Engineering||6||EN||UU|
|71865||Vision in Man and Machine||6||EN||UU|
Seminars on changing topics
Within our M.Sc. in Computational Science and Engineering, seminars on the subject area of Applied Mathematics as well as in the area of Computational Science and Engineering from a wide range of topics are offered each semester. The examination (graded) is based on the preparation and presentation of a scientific topic and is credited with 4 ECTS. The language of the presentation can be English or German.
The concrete titles and topics of the seminars are usually not fixed until shortly before the beginning of the semester. But we regularly offer seminars on the following main topics (you can use these generic titles when preparing your Learning Agreement):
Master Seminars from the field of Applied Mathematics
|Seminar Algebra and Number Theory||4||GE/EN||UU|
|Seminar Applied Graph Theory||4||GE/EN||UU|
|Seminar Financial Mathematics||4||GE/EN||UU|
|Seminar Pure Graph Theory||4||GE/EN||UU|
|Seminar Stochastic Geometry und its Applications||4||GE/EN||UU|
|Seminar from the field of Applied Mathematics||4||GE/EN||THU|
Master Seminars from the field of Computational Science and Engineering
|Seminar Big (Social) Data Analytics||4||GE/EN||UU|
|Seminar Business Analytics||4||GE/EN||UU|
|Seminar Research Trends in Data Centre Operation||4||GE/EN||UU|
|Seminar Research Trends Information Systems||4||GE/EN||UU|
|Seminar Research Trends in Software Engineering||4||GE/EN||UU|
|Seminar Pattern Recognition||4||GE/EN||UU|
|Seminar Neural Information Processing||4||GE/EN||UU|
|Seminar Trends in Applied Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning||4||GE/EN||UU|
|Seminar from fields of Computational Science and Engineering||4||GE/EN||THU*|
*The Seminar from fields of Computational Science and Engineering is a course offered by Ulm University of Applied Sciences where also seminars with topics on applied mathematics, computer science and mechanical engineering.
Contacts Computational Science and Engineering
THU = Ulm University of Applied Sciences
UU = Ulm University
- In order to attend Master-level courses, students should have successfully completed at least 3 years of study (approx. 180 ECTS) in the field of study of the Erasmus agreement.
- All students must meet the language and academic requirements of any given course.
- Exceptions may be granted to students in their final Bachelor year, if the home university confirms that this mobility window is offered explicitly for students to take Master courses.