066 646 Masterstudium Computational Science and Engineering

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2022W-2023S (2019U)

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TitelAnm.Bed.StundenECTS
VU High Performance Computing
3.04.5
3.04.5
VU Advanced Multiprocessor Programming
3.04.5
3.04.5
VU Computational Science on Many-Core Architectures
2.03.0
2.03.0
VU Advanced Programming with C++
2.03.0
2.03.0
VU Scientific Programming with Python
2.02.0
2.02.0
VO Introduction to Computational Science and Engineering
2.03.0
2.03.0
VU Numerical Simulation and Scientific Computing I
3.06.0
3.06.0
VU Numerical Simulation and Scientific Computing II
3.06.0
3.06.0
VU Applied Mathematics Foundations
4.05.5
4.05.5
VU Numerical Computation
4.05.5
101.973 VU 2022W
4.05.5
VO Numerical Methods for PDEs
3.04.0
3.04.0
UE Numerical Methods for PDEs
2.03.0
2.03.0
VU Foundations of Building Science
2.03.0
2.03.0
VU Advanced Numerical Methods in Building Science 1
2.03.0
2.03.0
VU Introduction to Digital Twins for Buildings and Cities
1.02.0
1.02.0
SE Research Methods and Scientific Writing in Building and City Science
1.03.5
1.03.5
VU Advanced Numerical Methods in Building Science 2
3.03.5
3.03.5
VO Multiscale Material Modelling
2.03.0
2.03.0
UE Multiscale Material Modelling
2.02.0
2.02.0
VU Data Management
1.01.0
207.019 VU 2022W
Data Management abgesagt
1.01.0
VO Engineering Biochemoporomechanics
2.03.0
2.03.0
VU Introduction to Atomistic Calculations
2.03.0
2.03.0
VU Concepts in Condensed Matter Physics
2.03.0
2.03.0
VU Computational Materials Science
2.03.0
4.03.0
VO Physical and Theoretical Solid State Chemistry
2.03.0
2.03.0
VO Theoretical Molecular Chemistry
2.03.0
165.157 VO 2023S
2.03.0
PN Selected Topics in Materials Science
3.03.0
3.03.0
PR Selected Topics in Theoretical Chemistry
3.03.0
3.03.0
3.03.0
VU Simulation of Solids
2.03.0
165.144 VU 2022W
2.03.0
VU Advanced Database Systems
4.06.0
184.780 VU 2023S
4.06.0
VU Database Systems
4.06.0
184.686 VU 2023S
4.06.0
184.686 VU 2022W
4.06.0
VU Data-Oriented Programming Paradigms
2.03.0
2.03.0
VO Data Stewardship
2.03.0
194.044 VO 2023S
2.03.0
VU Experiment Design for Data Science
2.03.0
2.03.0
UE Data Stewardship
2.03.0
194.045 UE 2023S
2.03.0
VU Machine Learning
3.04.5
184.702 VU 2023S
3.04.5
184.702 VU 2022W
3.04.5
VU Machine Learning for Health Informatics
2.03.0
VU Data Intensive Computing
2.03.0
VU Mathematical Programming
2.03.0
186.835 VU 2023S
2.03.0
VU Advanced Methods for Regression and Classification
3.04.5
3.04.5
VU Statistical Simulation and Computer-intensive Methods
2.03.0
2.03.0
VU Algorithmics
4.06.0
186.814 VU 2022W
4.06.0
VU Approximation Algorithms
2.03.0
186.102 VU 2022W
2.03.0
VU Complexity Analysis
2.03.0
184.215 VU 2023S
2.03.0
VU Efficient Programs
2.03.0
185.190 VU 2022W
2.03.0
VU Structural Decompositions and Algorithms
2.03.0
2.03.0
VU Heuristic Optimization Techniques
3.04.5
3.04.5
VU GPU Architectures and Computing
4.06.0
4.06.0
VU Parallel Algorithms
2.03.0
184.727 VU 2022W
2.03.0
VU Nonlinear Optimization
2.03.0
VU Introduction to Semiconductor Physics and Devices
3.04.0
3.04.0
VU Introduction to Finite Element Methods in Solid Mechanics
2.53.0
2.03.0
VU Simulierung der Fertigung von Halbleiterbauelementen
3.04.0
3.04.0
PR Selected Topics - Computational Electronics
4.04.0
4.04.0
4.04.0
VU Semiconductor Sensors
3.04.0
360.248 VU 2022W
3.04.0
SE Recent Advances in Computational Electronics
1.01.0
1.01.0
1.01.0
VU Finite Element Methods for Multi-Physics I
3.04.0
3.04.0
VO Theory, Modelling and Simulation of MEMS and NEMS Devices
2.03.0
2.03.0
PR Selected Topics - MEMS and NEMS
5.05.0
5.05.0
5.05.0
VU Fundamentals in Fluid Mechanics
3.05.0
3.05.0
UE Calculating Turbulent Flows with CFD-Codes
2.03.0
2.03.0
VU Aeroacoustics
2.03.0
UE Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics
2.02.0
2.02.0
VO Numerical Methods for Fluid Mechanics
2.03.0
2.03.0
VU Computational Aerodynamics
3.05.0
322.079 VU 2023S
3.05.0
SE Seminar on Stability and Pattern Formation
2.02.0
PR Project Study in Fluid Mechanics
4.04.0
4.04.0
4.04.0
VO Hydrodynamic Stability and Transition to Turbulence
2.03.0
SE Computational Mathematics
2.03.0
101.952 SE 2023S
2.03.0
VO Modelling with Partial Differential Equations
3.04.5
3.04.5
VO AKNUM Computational Finance
3.04.5
3.04.5
UE Modelling with Partial Differential Equations
1.01.5
1.01.5
UE AKNUM Computational Finance
2.03.0
2.03.0
VO AKNUM Iterative Solution of Large Systems of Equations
4.5
VO Numerics of Partial Differential Equations: Instationary Problems
3.04.5
3.04.5
VU Optimization with PDE Constraints
2.03.5
VU AKNUM Finite Element Methods in Technical Applications
3.04.5
3.04.5
UE AKNUM Iterative Solution of Large Systems of Equations
1.01.5
UE Numerics of Partial Differential Equations: Instationary Problems
1.01.5
1.01.5
VU Finite Element Methods for Multi-Physics I
3.04.0
3.04.0
VO Finite Element Methods for Multi-Physics II
2.03.0
2.03.0
UE Finite Element Methods for Multi-Physics II
2.02.0
2.02.0
VU Nanoelectromechanical Systems
2.03.0
2.03.0
VU Computational Methods in Structural Mechanics
3.04.0
SE Seminar Mechatronic Systems
2.03.0
3.03.0
3.03.0
VU Implementation of a Finite Element Program
3.04.0
3.04.0
VO Theory, Modelling and Simulation of MEMS and NEMS Devices
2.03.0
2.03.0
VU Introduction to Finite Element Methods in Solid Mechanics
2.53.0
2.03.0
VU Implementation of a Finite Element Program
3.04.0
3.04.0
VU Composites Engineering
3.04.0
UE Design of Composite Structures
2.02.0
VU Finite Element Methods for Multi-Physics I
3.04.0
3.04.0
VO Finite Element Methods for Multi-Physics II
2.03.0
2.03.0
VO Advanced Material Models for Structural Analysis
2.03.0
2.03.0
UE Finite Element Methods for Multi-Physics II
2.02.0
2.02.0
VU Isogeometric Analysis
4.05.0
317.540 VU 2023S
4.05.0
VO Nonlinear Finite Element Methods
2.03.0
2.03.0
UE Nonlinear Finite Element Methods
2.02.0
2.02.0

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