Fakultät IV: Naturwissenschaftlich-Technische Fakultät at the Uni Siegen
Department Elektrotechnik und Informatik
- Hölderlinstraße 3
- 57076 Siegen
- Phone: +49 271 740-4428
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Special features regarding teachingThe Electrical Engineering and Computer Science department has an excellent tutor-student ratio with small exercise and laboratory groups in particular. This ensures particularly effective and efficient learning. In addition, the teaching staff seek and maintain personal contacts with the students. The combination of electrical engineering and computer science offers interdisciplinary programmes, modules, practicals and theses at the interface of both disciplines and thus optimally prepares students for their future careers.
Special features regarding the international orientationThe Electrical Engineering and Computer Science department also offers international degree courses. There are currently two English-language degree courses, Mechatronics and Computer Science. In cooperation with other departments, further international degree courses will be offered (e.g. nanoscience) and soon the master's degree in Electrical Engineering will also have international variants. Binational degrees are already available via the cooperation with universities abroad (e.g. China, Argentina).
Special features regarding the equipmentBy combining all scientific and engineering disciplines in the Natural Sciences and Engineering faculty, the laboratory equipment, which is all housed in equipment centres, can be used by all disciplines. This makes the range of laboratory systems that can be used significantly larger and more attractive compared with a non-central system.
Special features regarding research activitiesIn addition to current research projects, funded by public institutions and industry, in various fields (e.g. automation technology, communication technology, sensor technology, etc.), the DFG also funded the interdisciplinary graduate college "Imaging New Modalities" (until September 2018). A follow-up project is underway. In addition, the NRW centre for sensor systems (ZESS) supports faculty-wide interdisciplinary research in the field of sensor technology and image data processing.
Further information on research activitieshttps://www.eti.uni-siegen.de/dekanat/forschung/?lang=de
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.eti.uni-siegen.de/autumn_school/
Information on access restrictionshttps://www.uni-siegen.de/zsb/studienangebot/master/mechatronics.html?m=e
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