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23.10.2017
BAföG-Beratung an der Hochschule

Am 23. Oktober findet an der Hochschule Ansbach ein Sprechtag der BAföG-Beratung des Studentenwerks Erlangen-Nürnberg statt. [mehr]

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25.10.2017
„Frankreich und Deutschland nach den Wahlen - wie geht es weiter mit der EU?“

Beginn:  18.00 Uhr, Hörsaal 70.1.4, Hochschule Ansbach
Referent: Prof. Henri Ménudier

„Frankreich und Deutschland nach den Wahlen - wie geht es weiter mit der EU?“

Beginn:  18.00 Uhr, Hörsaal 70.1.4, Hochschule Ansbach
Referent: Prof. Henri Ménudier

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Physical Engineering

Physical engineering is the link between physical models and the development of new technologies, products and processes. Physical engineers who have had a broad and extensive university education are capable of being flexible and effective when confronted with new problems.

You will become an expert in your field with a sound knowledge in physical basics. The difference between a course of study in physics and physical engineering is the amount of practical experience offered. This means here you learn to use physical principles in production methods and measuring principles. The range of jobs is highly diversified. It extends from development departments of automobile manufacturers and production environments to large facilities such as a particle accelerator.

Your enthusiasm for the application of physical processes and laws will help you to develop new processes in practice as well as in testing and optimising them. This procedure is the same with all technical systems; it doesn’t make any difference if it is laser surgery, light impulses in optoelectronics or the development of new sensors in vehicles.

Physical engineering is an interface between physical research and technical development and far away from any routine. Engineers are involved in the introduction of the most modern techniques and products.

Applied Engineering Sciences

The course in "Physical Engineering" is part of the “Applied Engineering Sciences” programme.
Basics in the engineering sciences will be taught in the beginning semesters. Ones major can be chosen from the courses offered by AIW (provided places are available). Applicants apply for each individual course. One cannot apply for AIW in general.

Kontakt

Studiengangleiter
Prof. Dr. Mathias Moog
Phone +49 (0)981 4877- 315
Fax +49 (0)981 4877-302
Room 92.1.44
Hours
Dienstag 10:00 bis 11:00
Studienfachberatugn
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Torsten Schmidt
Phone +49 (0)981 4877- 262
Fax +49 (0)981 4877- 416
Room 51.1.5
Hours
nach Vereinbarung

Studierendenservice
Michaela Arnold
Phone +49 (0)981 4877-153
Fax +49 (0)981 4877-142
Room 54.1.12
Hours
Persönlich nur mit Termin!

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