New Masters Programme: Technology and Application Inorganic Engineering Materials (TAIEM)

The inorganic engineering materials such as steel and ceramics cover all the strategic industries and are key materials for transport section, energy technology, machine and plant construction, building industry. The true understanding of mechanical, thermal, chemical, and functional properties at nano-, micro- and macro-levels followed by the chemical and physical interactions at interfaces/surfaces of the inorganic engineering materials is an unlimited tool for their continuous development and technology optimization. The TAIEM Masters Programme at TU Bergakademie Freiberg/DE is tailored to gear the students up for the challenging tasks in the production and application-oriented industries such as iron and steel-making industry, metal processing industry, ceramic and refractory industry, recycling and extractive industry and etc.
Furthermore, the TAIEM Masters Programme offers a sound foundation for an academic or research career at universities and research institutions. A minimum of 4 semesters (2 years) is required to complete the program. The program begins with core modules on metallic, ceramic and refractory materials, thermodynamics and mechanics of materials, plus trainings in particle technology and fluid dynamics. In the 2nd and 3rd semester, there are more advanced modules and further skills training in technology and applications of materials and simulation of metallurgical processes. Furthermore, the students learn via laboratory and practical courses to apply the theoretical knowledge in real applications. The 4th semester is designated for the Master Thesis.

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