The courses offered by the Department of Automotive Engineering include lectures, tutorials, integrated lectures and tutorials, seminars as well as Bachelor's and Master's theses
The courses are initially aimed at students on the "Transportation" degree course with a specialization in automotive engineering (design, testing, calculation, safety). Almost half of the students come from other degree courses such as mechanical engineering, industrial engineering, technical-scientific teaching. The courses offer students more than just technology. Automotive engineering is embedded in a historical review, in the social environment, in future requirements and in future traffic concepts. Cars and the environment as well as the car as a component in networked transportation systems are topics that include, but transcend and classify the field of automotive engineering.
In the Department of Motor Vehicles, most courses in the winter semester 2022/23 will be held in presence as far as possible. Further information on this and possible exceptions for larger courses can be found in the respective ISIS course.
Further information on teaching under pandemic conditions can be found here: www.vm.tu-berlin.de/menue/studium_und_lehre/
If you have any further questions about the courses, please get in touch with the relevant contact person.
Current information on studying at the department
To help you find your way around, we have put together some overviews and guidelines to help you choose the right subjects and put together a timetable.
Consultation hour: by arrangement
|Alternative drive systems and vehicle concepts|
|Automated driving (project)|
|Driver assistance systems and active safety|
|Driving tests in the automotive industry|
|Vehicle dynamics in industrial application|
|History of the automotive industry|
|Commercial Vehicle Technology|
|Passenger car brakes|
|Safety of children in road traffic|
|Technology and management in motorsport|
|Accident mechanics and motor vehicle safety|
|Traffic accident analysis, accident research and vehicle safety II|
|Virtual methods in automotive development|