University of Wuppertal

Computer Simulation in Sciencе (СSiS)

M.Sc. (Master of Science)
Subjects: Applied Computer Science, High Performance Computing, Mathematical Modeling, Experimental Physics, Theoretical Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mathematics, Computer Engineering, Particle Physics, Civil Engineering, Earth Sciences & Geosciences, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering
Atmospheric Physics Computational Fluid Mechanics Computational Electromagnetics Computational Finance Detector Physics Imaging in Medicine Molecular and Materials Modelling Theoretical Particle Physics
English only
Winter semester: 31 May, 15 Jun - 15 Sep
Application Deadlines
2 Years (starting: Winter semester)
Tuition Fees (per semester)
Winter semester
Mode of admission:
without admission restriction 
directly at the University (incl. VPD from uni-assist): students from all countries except for Germany
Study mode:
On campus

Program Video

Duration: 03:00 min

University of Wuppertal

Five Reasons to choose this Master's Program

Elevate Your Natural Science Expertise with CSiS
The M.Sc. CSiS program offers a transformative experience for individuals with a bachelor's degree in natural sciences and engineering. It's designed to amplify your knowledge by integrating the power of Informatics. This isn't just another Computer Science program; it's a unique opportunity to elevate your scientific expertise to new levels.
Acquire Dual Mastery: Science & Code
Coming from physics, mathematics, chemistry, or engineering? Here, you'll hone your programming skills to seamlessly integrate with your scientific knowledge, empowering you to understand and apply advanced simulations vital in today's scientific and engineering realms. → More Info
From Desktop to Supercomputer Through The “Stromboli” Cluster
Compass Lab redefines the boundaries of learning. In addition to intensive training sessions, students can access a local parallel cluster boasting up to 400 computer cores. This equips them with the expertise to use supercomputers. The opportunity is open to students pursuing bachelor's, master's, and PhD degrees. → More Info
Join the School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Study in a hub of excellence in research and education. Benefit from a multidisciplinary approach integrating natural sciences, mathematics, and computer science. With access to state-of-the-art labs and a faculty of renowned experts, you'll be perfectly positioned for academic and professional success. This study program is embedded in the Interdisciplinary Center for Applied Computer Science and Scientific Computing (IZ II). → More Info
Tailored Paths in Science & Simulation
Step into a world where applied sciences come alive through simulation. One special asset of this programme is that it offers a unique variety of specializations in which the knowledge acquired in the Master study can be applied to cutting edge research fields. The specializations are: Atmospheric Physics, Computational Electromagnetics, Computational Fluid Mechanics, Computational Finance, Imaging in Medicine, Detector Physics, Molecular and Materials Modelling, and Theoretical Particle Physics. → More Info

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