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Master in Organic and Molecular Electronics
Technical University of Dresden, Germany
|Address||Technische Universität Dresden, Institut für Angewandte Photophysik, OME Masterprogram, 01062 Dresden, Germany|
|Tel. No.||+49 351 463 42576|
|Course||Master in Organic and Molecular Electronics|
|Type of courses||Full-time|
|Length of programme||2 years (4 semesters)|
|Date of commencement||Winter semester - October|
|Accommodation||The Studentenwerk Dresden offers various options for accomodation in Dresden. Costs range from 130 to 240 Euro a month|
|Fees||The enrolment fee is currently about 250 EUR per semester and includes a "Semesterticket" which entitles students to use public transport in and around Dresden and regional trains throughout the federal state of Saxony plus many benefits for students for many cultural and leisure opportunities in Dresden.|
|Programme Director||Prof. Dr. Karl Leo|
- First degree in physics, chemistry, electrical engineering, materials science or a related field |
- TOEFL (iBT 79) or IELTS Band 6.5
- Particular interest in the field of organic electronics and in interdisciplinary research and learning
1. Ratio of National / Overseas students: 84% international students (23 countries of origin)|
2. Ratio of Men / Women: 33% female students
3. Age range: 22-36
|Contact details for application||
Anna Fejdasz |
Telephone: +49 351 463 42576
Interdisciplinary. Practice-oriented. Innovative.
Fascinating insight into the world of electronics
Excellent professional perspectives
Organic electronics is an innovative class of electronics with enormous market potential in four key application areas: displays, photovoltaics, lighting, and integrated smart systems. The field is evolving at a rapid pace, opening many exciting application possibilities and developments.
The Master's in Organic and Molecular Electronics Programme strives to educate young professionals in this innovatory type of electronics, predicted to revolutionize technology in the next years.
This interdisciplinary study programme comprises physics, chemistry, electrical engineering, and materials science. It combines theoretical courses with practical trainings and research projects. The close collaboration with industry partners enables a highly practice-oriented education.
Students learn state-of-the-art developments in the field from the worldwide renowned experts. They have the freedom and ample opportunities to explore topics that interest them and to get involved in research. The programme prepares students for the successful career in science as well as in industry.
Due to an ideal ratio of professors and tutors to students as well as our strong network partners in the industry, we can offer our Master's students a perfect on-site assistance. We regularly organize meetings with our students to get to know their wishes and needs and react on them. Special Course Guidance and a Course Coordinator can be addressed for all scientific and non-scientific questions and matters.
One of eleven Excellence Universities in Germany
State-of-the-art lab equipment
Intensive connection to the actual practice and a constant transfer of knowledge
TU Dresden enjoys an outstanding national and international reputation for research in natural and engineering sciences. It boasts many prestigious awards and honours in the field of organic semiconductors and electronics. Our university is renowned for its intensive connection to the actual practice and a constant transfer of knowledge, which assigns it a leading role in this future-oriented sector.
Our research activities in the field of organic technologies are perfectly embedded into Europe's leading cluster for organic semiconductors and electronics: the Organic Electronics Saxony e.V. (OES). Many prestigious institutes and companies as well as young, successful start-ups are members of the OES and are situated directly in Dresden. Therefore, Dresden offers you possibilities of cooperation with industry partners during your university education as well as excellent professional perspectives in the field of organic electronics after graduation.
Dresden is one of Germany's largest university and college cities. Teaching is practice-oriented and free of charge. Comparatively low costs of living, fantastic connections to the system of local public transport and a variety of cultural highlights make Dresden a perfect city for students. Dresden is one of the greenest cities in Europe providing excellent conditions for hiking, biking, mountain climbing, swimming, skiing, and a lot more!
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