The Automotive Safety and Assessment Engineering program (ASAE) 

has been designed to provide students with a system perspective of vehicles in general and depth within a focus area of vehicle safety, component testing and assessment. The fundamentals of vehicle systems and modules, passive and active vehicle safety technologies and crash prevention as well as the structural design for crashworthiness are the key subjects of this program. The students will also learn how to set up and use equipment for the experimental assessment of vehicle components (such as brake and transmission systems) and noise measurements. Regulations for emissions and automotive safety on both vehicle and component level are covered. Industry-standard computational simulation tools such as advanced human body models are taught and applied to simulate crash scenarios for the use in design for crashworthiness and vehicle assessment. Field trips to industry sites and other research institutions will further enhance the students’ practical skills and insights. The balance of theory and practice ensures the graduates’ capability for a career in the automotive industry or research domain.

curriculum


MASTER PROGRAM

      Research Only (A1)

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       Coursework (A2)

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      Coursework (B)

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Ph.D. PROGRAM (Research Only)

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