EPE MS Program Details

MSc Program Structure

 
Semester Plan Overview - MS EPE
Semester Plan Overview – MS EPE

The masters program is structured into the following components:

  • Intensive German language course
  • Mandatory Courses
  • Elective Courses (Engineering)
  • Elective Courses (Non-engineering)
  • Elective Seminars
  • Internship
  • Master thesis

A comprehensive list of all the above mentioned courses and seminars can be found in the catalog of courses. An individual description of each course can be found in the handbook of courses. Refering these two resources, students can then design their own study and examination plan.

Besides this regular course-work, special colloquia and industrial excursions are also offered for an exposure to research and industrial developments.

Latest Course Catalog

Module Hand Book (detail description of each course)

 

Mandatory Courses:

Module:
Energy Supply
Module:
Power Systems
Module:
Components and Applications of Power Technology
Module:
Basics of Power Technology
Module:
Laboratories
     
Renewable Energy Power Systems II Motor Development for Electric Drive Systems Advanced Power Electronics Power Laboratory I
Efficient Use of Energy Power System Protection Energy Converters – CAD and System Dynamics High Voltage Testing and Measurement Power Laboratory II
Overvoltage Protection and Insulation Coordination Power System Dynamic & Control (or a course with atleast 5,0 credits from Catalog 2.1 to 2.4) Control of Drives Power-System Analysis(or a course with atleast 5,0 credits from Catalog 2.1 to 2.4)  

*Above list should be used for informational purpose. This list might change. So always refer to the latest course catalog for updated information.

Advanced Elective Courses:

Module:
Energy Supply
Module:
Power Systems
Module:
Components and Applications of Power Technology
Module:
Basics of Power Technology
Module:
Electrical and Information Technology in Power Technology
Module: Laboratories
      
Large generators and high power drives (in German/English) Railway Systems and Techology I (in German) Electro-thermal recycling processes(in German) Designing Electrical Machines and Actuators Using Numerical Field Computations (in German) Digital Control of mechatronic Systems I (in German) Practical Training with Drives (in German)
Electricity Economics (in German) Electric Traction Vehicles (in German) Techical Electrodynamics (in German) Measurement and Testing Methods of Electromagnetic Compatibility (in German) Digital Control of mechatronic Systems II (in German) Real time application of communication with microcontrollers (in German)
Power Cable Systems (in German) Introduction to electrical energy distribution network (in German) Computational Electromagnetics and Applications (in German) High Voltage Measuring Techniques (in German) Fuzzy Logic, Neural Networks and Evolutionary Algorithms (in German) Power Lab II (in English)
Power supply for electric Railways (in German) Monitoring und Zustandsbewertung in Energiesystemen (in German) Project Seminar Electromagnet. CAD (in German/ English) New technologies in electro-mechanical construction (in German) Characterization of Dynamic Systems (in German)  
Future Power Systems Supply (in German) Planning of electrical energy distribution network(in German) High Voltage Switchgear and appliances (in German) Rechnergestützte Methoden zur Berechnung von
Feldern I / (in German)
Communications Network I (in English)  
Power Generation (in German) Project management of electrical applicances (in German) Railroad-Safety Engineering I (in German) Software Lab Computational Electromagnetics and Applications ( in German) Communications Network II (in English)  
Wind Turbines (in German) SF6 isolated High Voltage switch gear (in German) Schienenfahrzeugtechnik (in German) Quality-Management Systems According to ISO-9000 or DIN-ISO-IEC-17025 in Testing Laboratories (in German)   
  Transients in Power Systems (in German/English) Planning and application of electrical drives (Drives for electric vehicles) (in German) System Dynamics and Automatic Control II (in German)   
   Simulation power electronics systems and their applications (in German/English)    

* Above list should be used for informational purpose. This list might change. So always refer to the latest course catalog for updated information.

List of Elective Project Seminars:

  • Future Electrical Power Supply Systems
  • Energy Trends: Resources and Their Utilization
  • Practical Planning of Electric-Drive Projects
  • Simulation of Power-Electronic Systems, and Their Applications
  • Transients in Electric-Power Systems
  • Over-voltage Protection in Electric-Power-Distribution Networks
  • Project Seminar on Electromagnetic CAD

List of Nonengineering Electives:

  • German for foreigners 1
  • German for foreigners 2
  • Introduction to Economics.
  • Introduction to Business Management
  • Accounting
  • Fundamentals of Business Management
  • Standards, Testing, and Approvals in Electrical Engineering
  • Fundamental of Public Law
  • Financing of Railway Projects
  • Public-Transportation-Systems Theory I
  • Technology and Marketing Management in IT/TIMES-Markets
  • Technology and Innovation Management

* Above list should be used for informational purpose. This list might change. So always refer to the latest course catalog for updated information.