Students develop equipment which controls technological facilities and processes without human involvement or with limited human involvement. They work on mobile robots, smart control and measurement systems and smart buildings.
Almost any industry the student can think of can use their knowledge and skills. Graduates can count on jobs in the chemical, metallurgical, machine construction, food, electro-technical and electronic industries, the power industry and even in environmental protection. Graduates are ready to be team leaders in industrial and project organisations and to start up their own businesses. If you feel at home in the academic environment, perhaps you can have a career in research and development work.