The M.Eng. in Electromobility is run by a federation of universities in Germany’s Southwest, the HfSW, that came into being to enable universities to bundle their expertise in education and research.
The Universities of Aalen, Esslingen, Heilbronn, Mannheim and Ravensburg-Weingarten all participate in teaching the M.Eng. in Electromobility. They have combined their strengths in this field to offer working engineers the latest research in electromobility, under the organization of the Academy for Continuing Education in Aalen.
The Academic Director of the programme is Graduate School Prof. Dr. Gerd Wittler, whose fields of specialty are system simulation and control engineering. The programme is taught in Esslingen University of Applied Sciences.
The M.Eng. in Electromobility is a German-language, part-time program, designed for working engineers from the automobile industry who are looking to further qualify themselves in this field. The goal of this programme is to enable systems engineers to address the constant developments and changes in the highly dynamic field of electromobility.
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