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What is a Study Area?

The curriculum of the master's programs of Computer Engineering (CE), Computer Science (Informatik) (CS(I)), Electrical Engineering (ET) and Information Systems Management (Wirtschaftsinformatik) (ISM(WI)) is structured in study areas. A study area accumulates modules of different chairs (Fachgebiete) under a specific focus to provide a professional deepening and profiling. As well there will be a better orientation in the study area within the module offerings of Faculty IV.

Study Areas Offered at Faculty IV

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The illustration shows the study areas and their respective allocation within the master's programs of the faculty.

Persons Responsible for the Respective Study Area

For each study area there is at least one professional person responsible:

Study Area
Master’s Program


Who is Responsible?
CE
CS (I)
ET
ISM (WI)
Electrical Power Engineering

X
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sibylle Dieckerhoff
Electronics, Photonics
and Integrated Systems

X
X
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Friedel Gerfers

Communication
Systems

X
X
Prof. Guiseppe Caire, Ph.D.
Automation Control

X
X
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jörg Raisch
Digital Media and
Human-Computer-Interaction

X
X
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sebastian Möller
Embedded Systems
and Computer Architectures

X
X
Prof. Dr. Ben Juurlink
Cognitive SystemS
X
X
Prof. Dr. Klaus Obermayer
Distributed Systems and Networks
X
X
X
Prof. Dr. habil. Odej Kao
Data and Software Engineering
more (ISIS course)

X
X
Prof. Dr. Andreas Vogelsang
Foundations of Computing
more (ISIS course)
X
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Uwe Nestmann
Information Systems
X
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Tai

Choosing the Study Areas and Modules Offered

The study and examination regulations of each of the master's programs define which rules are applicable for choosing the study areas. The valid study and examination regulations for your master's program you can find at the respective website.

The particular up-to-date catalogues and descriptions of modules are released in the module transfer system of TU Berlin (MTS): https://moseskonto.tu-berlin.de/moses/modultransfersystem/studiengaenge/suchen.html (choose your master's program, choose StuPO 2015 as well as the current module list, e.g. Modulliste  SS 2017, beneath the arrow „Wahlpflicht Studiengebiet Fak IV jeweiliges Studiengebiet wählen”).

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