Objectives and Attainment Targets of the Study Programme
- To train engineers who are duly capable – both on a self-reliant basis and as a member of a team – to build, in a duly efficient and methodical manner, complex photonics systems, ranging from their conception, analysis, design, implementation right up to the testing of such systems.
- To train engineers who have the required research attitudes and skills to contribute to the innovation in industry or scientific research in this discipline and who are capable of doing so by embracing a lifelong learning attitude.
- To train engineers who have the necessary social skills to assume people management positions.
- To have the scientific foundations required for the modelling, analysis, design and optimisation of complex photonics materials, components and systems.
- To have a due command of the methods and technologies for the analysis, conception, design, development, testing and production of photonics materials, components and systems.
- To be duly able to formulate the requirements (functional as well as non-functional) that are made of photonics materials, components and systems, as well as being duly capable of realising such materials, components and systems. These abilities involve both technical/technological and business/social aspects.
- To have acquired the necessary research attitudes and social skills to assume people management positions at various echelons in industry or research.