Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

In a nutshell


Module plan (from WS 2014/15 on)
Examination Regulations

The "Master Programme in Advanced Optical Technologies" (MAOT) provides in-depth training in the fundamentals and applications of state-of-the-art optical technologies. The programme is highly interdisciplinary and brings together experts and knowledge from the fields of Engineering, Physics, Computer Science and Medicine. At MAOT students get this expertise from across the university in one integrated programme − practically unique in the field of optical technologies.

With a Bachelor's degree (or equivalent qualification) in Engineering or Physics students are taught the fundamentals of optics and optical technologies and further applications of six main topics (with two as a major):

These scientific subjects are supplemented with courses in key competencies, such as self-management, communication and presentation skills or scientific work.