FLOW focuses on the transport of mass, momentum and other properties of fluids, ranging from very small to very large scales. There is a wide variety of applications: lab-on-a-chip devices, inkjet printing, wetting of surfaces, and vortex structures in pollutant distribution in geophysical turbulent flows like in the atmosphere and in the ocean. For more information about FLOW watch the introductory movie on the right or send an e-mail to: email@example.com
Detailed information about the master's program structure may be found in the program's Education Guide.
- fundamental understanding of fluid-dynamical principles
- experience with advanced computational modelling and state-of-the-art experimental techniques
- ability to develop models of flow phenomena
Graduates can find employment in research and development laboratories in industry, for example at Philips, ASML, Shell, and Océ, or at research institutes such as TNO. You could also take up a position that makes use of your organizational and leadership qualities.
- lecture courses during the first three quarters of the first year
- four-months internship, optionally abroad
- one-year research project, resulting in a Master thesis
- all courses are taught in English