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The MSc Computer Modelling and Finite Elements in Engineering Mechanics benefits from the position of Swansea University at the forefront of international research in computational engineering.
This course harnesses the expertise of academic staff to provide you with world class postgraduate training.
Our globally renowned engineers pioneer the development of numerical techniques such as the finite element method, as well as computational procedures that help to solve complex engineering problems.
You will gain a practical understanding of computer modelling, and how it plays a critical role in engineering, science and emerging areas of interdisciplinary research.
Accredited by the JBM, this MSc also gives a comprehensive foundation in the finite element method in engineering mechanics.
WHY COMPUTER MODELLING AND FINITE ELEMENTS IN ENGINEERING MECHANICS AT SWANSEA?
Built on our world-leading research capacity in computational engineering, this course has a unique strength in computer modelling and its application in industry.
Did you know?
Professor Olek Zienkiewicz, internationally recognised as the „Father of the Finite Element Method„, joined Swansea University in 1961 as Head of the Department of Civil Engineering, and was Emeritus Professor of the University until his death in 2009. During his career, he supervised over 70 PhD students, many of whom now hold leading positions in academia and industry. He also founded the first journal dealing with computational mechanics in 1968 (International Journal of Numerical Methods in Engineering), still the major journal in the field of Numerical Computations.
YOUR COMPUTER MODELLING AND FINITE ELEMENTS IN ENGINEERING MECHANICS EXPERIENCE
Over the course you will use mathematical modelling and computational methods to solve complex problems.
You will learn techniques that play an increasingly instrumental role in industry and understand how methodology can be applied to fields such as medicine and the life sciences.
Your studies will be based at the Zienkiewicz Centre for Computational Engineering, which has excellent computing facilities including a state-of-the-art multi-processor supercomputer, with virtual reality facilities and high-speed networking.
Our diverse international community of over 500 postgraduate students and 120 research staff at the College of Engineering will help to shape your work.
COMPUTER MODELLING AND FINITE ELEMENTS IN ENGINEERING MECHANICS EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Graduates of the Computer Modelling and Finite Elements in Engineering Mechanics MSc are well placed for rewarding specialist opportunities.