• Sourcebook Electromobility

    Baden-Württemberg and the Stuttgart Region play a leading role in the field of electromobility in Germany and Europe. The Sourcebook Elektromobility gives a detail-rich overview of the various activities in this area in southwest-Germany and allows for search functions by full-text, organization type or category.

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Ulm University of Applied Sciences

Master programme in electric mobility qualifi es students in innovative technologies


Contact person

Ansprechpartner Ulm University of Applied Sciences

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Claus Kröger
Prittwitzstrasse 10
89075 Ulm
Phone: +49 731 50-16896
Fax: +49 731 50-28478
kroeger@remove-this.hs-ulm.de
www.hs-ulm.de/elektrotechnik

Organization type

training and development

Category

training and development, research institutes , universities


practice-oriented university training

Practice-oriented academic courses combined with application-based research and accompanied by cooperation with regional industry have an over 50-year tradition at the Ulm University of Applied Sciences (Hochschule Ulm). We are dedicated to providing our students with academic training to be successful in their future jobs. E-drive technology has been a part of this for some time now. Our master`s programme "Electrical Energy Systems and Electric Mobility" qualifies young engineers very specifically in the core disciplines of electric mobility, for example electric drive and storage technologies. We supply industry with specialists in this innovative field of technology - and the demand is increasing. In three semesters, master students are not only taught vehicle-specific competencies but they also gain knowledge in renewable energies (for example photovoltaics and intelligent grids), to realise holistic electric mobility concepts. Some of the courses and lectures are held in cooperation with external partners such as EnBW, a utility company, and "Zentrum für Sonnenenergie und Wasserstoff" (ZSW, centre for solar energy and hydrogen technology). The curriculum is always based on current demands in industry. At the same time, students gain practical skills and competencies in labs, for example in fuel cell or battery technology, in line with the latest research fi ndings.