The Munich School of Engineering (MSE) is engaged in teaching and research in the areas Environment & Climate, Energy & Raw Materials and Mobility & Infrastructure. As an Integrative Research Center, it clusters a number of departments at the Technical University of Munich (TUM).
In MSE study programs, future engineers learn to examine problems from a range of different perspectives and solve them based on a cooperative approach. This provides them with optimum preparation for new career profiles.
Interdisciplinary research at MSE focuses on energy and sustainability, particularly specializing in renewable energies, electromobility, energy generation, energy storage, power plant technologies and energy efficiency in the construction industry.
Study Programs at MSE
Four study programs are offered, each of which pursues an interdisciplinary approach:
- Engineering Science bachelor's program
- Industrial Biotechnology master's program
- Human Factors Engineering master's program
- Materials Science and Engineering master's program
The orientation semester studium MINT provides an overview of subjects in mathematics, computer science, the natural sciences and technology at TUM.
Research at MSE
Research is divided into five areas:
- Center for Power Generation
- Network for Renewable Energy
- Science Center for Electromobility
- Center for Sustainable Building
- Center for Combined Smart Energy Systems
Current research projects are Energy Valley Bavaria, EEBatt, Bavarian Geothermal Alliance and ICER.