Knowledge expanding exponentially

In our teaching, we attempt to master the exponentially increasing body of knowledge not by producing more and more lecture materials, but by applying a strategy of intelligent compression. This requires the fundamental principles of just a few examples to be mastered; the lessons learned can then be transferred to other cases. Such basic examples include for example the formation of pearlite, the hardening of steel and shape memory effects. We aim at providing our graduates with a polyvalent set of skills which reflects the interdisciplinary nature of our profession.
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