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Technical Informatics (diploma)

Technical Informatics (TI) combines General Informatics with Technology. Particularly in the field of electrical engineering it has numerous correlations with the engineering sciences. However, the perspective of TI is not marked by the technical disciplines alone but the focus is rather on giving special emphasis to typical aspects of informatics in order to find more general and universal solutions. The computer plays a dual role: On the one hand, as one of the most important tools, and on the other, as a central object of studies, research and development.

TI is a major component within informatics. The course conveys an in-depth understanding of technical correlations and the interplay between man, machines and methods. Ever higher expectations of users, e.g. regarding memory capacities and computing time must be realised technically. The fast pace of miniaturisation with the help of microsystem technology will definitely slow down, so that new technologies will have to be used, e.g. optical technologies are believed to have a great future.

Technical Informatics (TI) combines General Informatics with Technology. Particularly in the field of electrical engineering it has numerous correlations with the engineering sciences.

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