Automotive Engineering

Study & Teaching

Formulas written in chalk on a green blackboard © Felix Noak

Teaching offer

All events and courses offered by the department at a glance and clickable for more in-depth information.

Student in a workshop at the Technical University of Berlin © Philipp Arnoldt

Student projects


Study and teaching

The courses offered by the Chair of Automotive Engineering include lectures, exercises, so-called integrated lecture or exercise courses, seminars as well as Bachelor and Master theses.

The lectures are aimed first and foremost at students of the "Transport Engineering" course of study with a specialization in automotive engineering (design, testing, calculation, safety). Almost half of the students come from other courses of study, e.g. mechanical engineering, industrial engineering, technical-scientific teaching. In the courses, students are offered more than technology. Automotive technology is embedded in a historical retrospective, in the social environment, in future requirements and in future traffic concepts. Cars and the environment and cars as components in networked transportation systems are topics that contain, but transcend and classify, the field of automotive engineering.

Courses in the winter semester 2022/23

At the Chair of Automotive Engineering, most courses in the winter semester 2022/23 will be held in attendance, within the scope of possibilities. More information about this and possible exceptions for larger courses can be found in the respective ISIS course.

More information on teaching under pandemic conditions can be found here:

If you have any further questions regarding the courses, please contact the respective contact person.

Current information about studying at the department

In order to make it easier for you to find your way around, we have created some overviews and guides to help you choose the right subjects and put together a timetable.

However, if you still have questions regarding some modules, please contact our


Dipl.-Ing. Gerd Müller


Room: TIB 13 - 346 (Gustav-Meyer-Allee 25)

Office hours:

by appointment