Graduates of the Electronic Systems Engineering and Management (ESEM) program will be able to analyze, design and optimize electronic systems with state-of-the art technologies. As project leaders they will be able to evaluate the objective of the development engineers, namely on the optimization of heterogeneous and integrated systems regarding production costs, reliability and performance. Graduates will be capable of applying methodological tools for integrated product development within innovation processes and to implement and transfer the methods from a TQM approach to the processes of electronic product development.
Next official Start: September 2014; earlier Start possible upon open places and request.
University Degree, 3 years professional experience, TOEFL Test
Recipient: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
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