Queen Mary - University of London
School of Engineering and Materials Science
Computational Aided Engineering
Master of Science
Computer Aided Engineering is a strongly growing field within Engineering. Virtual prototyping, with the numerical analysis of structures, fluids, acoustics and many other disciplines, has become increasingly central to the industrial design and analysis process. The skills and knowledge you will develop will enhance your career prospects for employment in competitive industrial companies and research institutions.
This programme aims to provide you with a solid background in computational and numerical methods, aspects of programming in high- performance computing environments. These skills can then be applied to problems arising from aspects of engineering such as aeronautical, mechanical, bio-medical and sustainable energy engineering. You will be introduced to all aspects of computation in engineering, both in structures and in fluids, including numerical optimisation.
You will complete modules which will enable you to understand the method and application of computational structures, computational fluid dynamics and numerical optimisation. Background techniques such as mathematical techniques and principles of programming in large software packages in a high-performance computing environment will be taught. You will also deepen your understanding in one of the engineering themes at Queen Mary, these are: Aerospace, Energy or Medical Engineering, as well as develop project management and research skills through a computational research project in your chosen theme.
Undergraduate degree (minimum second class honours or equivalent) in Engineering, Physics, Mathematics or Computer Science.
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