Welcome to FAU’s Master in Computational Engineering!
At the beginning of each semester, the Faculty of Engineering offers welcome and introductory events for all first-semester students, where you can get important information about studying in general, but also about your chosen courses of study. As some of you are new to the Faculty of Engineering, we highly recommend joining these event(s). Please find further information here.
Our Computational Engineering-Welcome event will use a hybrid format on the 12th of October. Please join us via zoom or at the lecture hall H4, 2 pm. (49.573602N, 11.027623E)
Meeting-ID: 691 6033 0352 (link)
The lectures of the winter semester 2023 officially start on October 16th.
The welcome event for our Master in Computational Engineering will give you important information about your study program (course schedule, online platforms etc.). Please find the slides for the welcome event here.
We are looking forward to seeing you soon!
More information about working at CIP-Pool can be found here.
Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms
This course introduces basic data structures and algorithms which are necessary for virtually any programming task. Elementary and structured data types such as lists, stacks, queues, trees and sets and review basic algorithms for searching, sorting, hashing and graph analysis are discussed. Techniques for determining the efficiency of a given algorithm will be studied. In the last week an introduction to Java will be presented.→
FAU student team wins the SC22 Student Cluster Competition HPCG Challenge
At the SC22 conference last week in Dallas, TX, student teams from all over the world took part in the Student Cluster Competition, a contest that requires operating an HPC system and running a selection of high-performance applications as fast as possible under a strict power constraint. The FAU team “FRAUG” was jointly organized by the Chair of Computer Science 3 (Computer Architecture) and the NHR@FAU. The team consists of six bachelor students from Computer Science and Computational Engineering. They chose to use a single node from our “Alex” cluster, i.e., an AMD-based host with eight NVIDIA A100 GPUs. MEGWARE kindly took care of delivering it to the conference–>
Recently Mr. Johannes Lebender, a Computational Engineering student at FAU was interviewed by think ING, where he talks about his experience at the university and his motivation for pursuing a second Bachelor’s degree. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to read about the interview here: Doppelt hält besser.
Information on EUMaster4HPC
EUMaster4HPC is a 2-year innovative pan-European master program in HPC technology and use. A program that will deliver academic excellence and offer perspective students outstanding career opportunities in businesses and research organisations. It aims to equip prospective students with skills that are sought after in the competitive job market.
Students can apply online through the Application form.