How do we use our resources in a way that does not endanger the environment or exhaust materials for future generations? How do we reduce CO2 emissions and increase circularity in manufacturing and our production processes? Engineers play a crucial role in achieving the goals of sustainable development and a resource-efficient economy.
Urbanisation and limited resources are the issues of our time. New mobility and logistics concepts that are sustainable, scalable and user-friendly are increasingly in demand. The production of industrial goods is also already part of the future. Production processes are digital and connected and are increasingly optimised thanks to the use of robotics, virtual reality and learning systems. Even the buildings in which we live and work are becoming smarter and more energy efficient.
This is only the beginning. In the future, we will need managers with expertise in engineering and economics who are able to recognise the need for new technologies and develop sustainable solutions by combining different technologies.
Our five interdisciplinary Master's programmes in the fields of engineering and sustainable technologies offer a contemporary answer to the questions of our time.