Get an overview of the teaching spectrum and of possible topics for student research projects offered by the Institute of Applied Mechanics (MIB) on this page.
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General information

The Institute of Applied Mechanics (MIB) provides a wealth of different courses for the Bachelor's and Master's programs of the University of Stuttgart. In terms of content, the courses cover fundamentals in engineering mechanics, theoretical and computational aspects of continuum mechanics and the associated materials theory, data-driven and reduced order modeling as well as supplementaries (for instance seismic stress, fluid mechanics, plasticity and viscoelasticity, ...). Due to the institute's research, the topics for student research projects are even more broadly conceived and touch many nearby disciplines.

Please find more information by clicking on one of the below circles. As an additional service, we collected the study plans for selected Bachelor's and Master's programs in the subpage Study plans.

Individual consultation hour offered in the MIB foyer

Consultation hours

In general, all employees offer consultation hours by appointment. Special consultation hours for individual courses are usually communicated separately via the assigned Ilias course. If you have organizational problems, you are welcome to contact the assistants of the courses directly by e-mail or phone.

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