Career success

Graduates of the Master's in Computational Science and Engineering can look forward to an inspiring career in this important and dynamic field. Computational Science and Engineering is an emerging discipline that extends into all of the fields from which it evolved – applied mathematics, engineering and science applications, high performance computing, and many more. In the same way, the job opportunities and career paths on offer to graduates of the program are diverse, constantly exploring new fields of application, and usually characterized by a high level of interdisciplinarity.

Thanks to their computational abilities, advanced programming skills, and understanding of sophisticated models and algorithms, computational science and engineering graduates are in demand to solve large-scale problems that were once thought to be unmanageable.

Meet our Program Alumni

Niko Manopulo

Niko Manopulo began the Master's in Computational Science and Engineering program after completing a bachelor's degree in civil engineering at Bogazici University, Istanbul. He is now a Ph.D. student at the Institute of Virtual Manufacturing, ETH Zurich.

Siew Hoon Leong

Siew Hoon Leong works in the High Performance System Department of the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre and is a specialist in grid computing. She started the Master's in Computational Science and Engineering after completing a bachelor's degree in electrical and electronic engineering at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

Bernhard Gatzhammer

Bernhard Gatzhammer is a Ph.D. student at the International Graduate School of Science and Engineering at TUM. He started the Master's in Computational Science and Engineering program after finishing a diploma degree in mechatronics at the University of Applied Sciences, Regensburg.