Computational Engineering and Technical Physics is a part of the LUT School of Engineering Science. The competence areas of Computational Engineering and Technical Physics are Mathematics, Physics and Machine Vision and Pattern Recognition (MVPR). Areas of research at the Computational Engineering and Physics include applied mathematics, machine vision and pattern recognition, various topics of material and computational physics as well as optics. Computational Engineering and Technical Physics develops algorithms for data-driven problems, with applications in industry, business analytics, remote sensing and large-scale data-assimilation problems.
Master's Degree Programme in Computational Engineering and Technical Physics
The degree programme in Computational Engineering has a Bachelor's programme (taught in Finnish) and it offers a two-year Master's programme in Computational Engineering and Technical Physics aimed at both Finnish and international students. The programme is worth 120 credits and leads to a Master of Science in Technology degree. The programme has three alternative specialization studies, Technomathematics, Technical Physics and Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
After having completed the studies in Master's Programme in Computational Engineering and Physics, students will have career prospects in such areas as the development of information processing systems, project planning and management in ICT companies.
The employment rate for computational engineering graduates has consistently been high - in addition to engineering positions, computational engineering experts are needed in bioscience, medicine, environmental protection, meteorology, digital media production, and gaming. Graduates are often recruited straight from university.
The work in research, development and design may entail e.g. product and process development, equipment and software design, setting up new technologies, and applying computational models. Jobs have also been created through spin-off companies and close cooperation with industries.
The Centre of Computational Engineering and Integrated Design (CEID) is a research institute that supports the LUT strategy on "scientific computing and modeling of industrial processes".
The purpose of CEID is to conducttop research in scientific computation and integrated design, and to promote co-operation between various laboratories and research groups at LUT as well as their networking with Finnish and foreign research groups. CEID offers research services in its field of expertise to the industry. CEID also assists in the education of computational sciences.
Further information: www.lut.fi/web/en/ceid.