International Master of Computational Mechanics

Covid-19 Update 2020-04-06

General information about the curricula of the Department of Civil Engineering and the curricula of the Master's program "Computational Mechanics" can be found under the links:

The documents regarding the different courses are provided on the moodle-platform (
Please register here for the corresponding Moodle courses in order to be informed about the contents and further procedure within the individual modules. Passwords are not required.
You will also find the link to the Moodle courses of the current summer semester 2020 under:

Further information on the UDE's general policy regarding studies and teaching in the context of the Covid-19 crisis can also be found on the UDE website:
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Updates will be provided here.

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Computational Mechanics at University of Duisburg-Essen

The program „Computational Mechanics“ forms a cross-linking between engineering fields by combining experiences in theoretical concepts, numeric treatments and experimental reality.

The use of computer-assisted strategies regarding the solution of practice-oriented problems has increased in the last decades rapidly. Computational solutions have entered such diverse areas as building sciences, mechanical engineering, automotive industry, medicine (bio-mechanics) or biology. The fundamental concept which enables this development based on the interdisciplinary combination of the fields:

Experiment – Modeling – Simulation.

Location: University of Duisburg-Essen in the Heart of the Ruhr Region, one of the most prosper areas in Germany.