The development of autonomous and electric vehicles is rapidly changing the transport industry. Chalmers University of Technology is now launching a master’s programme that will prepare engineers to face the industry’s major transformation and the challenges that lie ahead.
The new master’s programme Mobility Engineering, which starts in the autumn of 2021 at Chalmers, will train engineers to develop sustainable, high-performance mobility solutions and handle challenges within electrification, automation, simulation and the reliability of vehicles.
“There are many similar challenges and synergies in the mobility sector and there is a great demand for engineers who have skills in subjects like functional safety, propulsion systems, mechatronics and optimisation”, says Erik Hulthén, Head of Mechanical Engineering at Chalmers and the person who started the new master’s programme.
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