Electronic systems are omnipresent. They range from portable devices, such as digital watches and smart phones, to large stationary installations like factory controllers or power plant control systems.
The graduates of the Electronic Systems Engineering and Management (ESEM) master program are in a position to understand the design of integrated electronic systems. They are able to analyze challenges and problems associated with these systems and to optimize them accordingly.
Under the master program, knowledge is acquired on
- circuit- and systems design
- systems theory
- state-of-the-art material science
- radio-frequency electronics and state-of-the-art analysis procedures, as well as on
- process signal theories.
In addition, knowledge of the product development process and the necessary management skills are conveyed.
Detailed information on our ESEM master program can be found in our program brochure.
Additionally, you might be interested in what some or our alumni have to say about the program.
Future engineering executives in the branches of development and production of embedded systems.
Typical lines of business may include automotive suppliers, automotive manufacturers, railway industry, measurement technology, cybernetics and sensor technology, semi-conductor industry, mobile communications, medical technology, etc.
Come by on our HECTOR Open Day to get first hand information on the program and talk to students, as well as HECTOR representatives.