Non-Destructive Testing, Master of Science
Was versteht man unter "Non-Destructive Testing"?
Vehicles, like automobiles, trains, ships or aircraft, rotating machinery, reactors and microelectronic devices, but also constructions like dams, towers and bridges need a maximum of reliability, security and long-living function as criteria for their quality. In many cases monitoring through inspection has to be performed continuously by automatic equipment to guarantee quality during manufacturing and to monitor damages occurring in advance before those may become critical.
Non-destructive testing (NDT) measurements based on a wide range of physical principles and realized as an inspection hardware work non-invasive and become increasingly important in various applications. Application of NDT today is an indispensable requirement to guarantee state of the art quality products worldwide.
Despite this development there is a lack of adequate NDT experts highly sought by companies with different profiles of manufacturing.
DIU Dresden International University as a leading institution in a network consisting of
Technische Universität Dresden,
Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken,
Fraunhofer-Institute of Non-Destructive Testing, Saarbrücken and Dresden
German Society of Non-Destructive Testing (DGZfP), Berlin
offers a Master Program
Non-Destructive Testing M. Sc.
Students joining the program will gain solid fundamental and specialized knowledge in all representative areas of NDT. (See also description of modules). Small classes (15 participants) enable efficient and individual learning supported by profound scientific care in theoretical and experimental exercises. Students will be familiarized with modern equipment based on all major methods in NDT.
Besides their scientific qualification the graduates will gain extended international and intercultural experience. The study program also includes a German course before the start of the lectures.
Successful graduates will get qualified to start their career in a variety of very different companies dealing with transportation, energy (nuclear included), chemical processing, micro and nanoelectronics as well as in institutions of public security and possibly much more.
The program is tailored towards an advanced specialization in mechanical, electrical and civil engineering and can lead to highly promising professional careers.
Quelle: DIU - Dresden International University GmbH vom 19.11.2018