Power Electronic Engineering 9
Department of Engineering

Power Electronic Engineering

Study track of the Master degree programme in Electronics and Computer Engineering
(Subject to Approval by the Relevant Bodies)


Our excellent training for the electrical engineering and electronics industry offers plenty of practical experience, state-of-the-art equipment, and close cooperation with industry. You will learn everything you need to know about power electronics, e-mobility, regenerative energies, and electric drives for a successful future career. Graduates of power electronic engineering are leaders in designing innovative solutions for the energy challenges of the future.

Did you know, …

… that you can explore the power electronics of tomorrow at the JOANNEUM Power Electronics Center?

Greater energy efficiency and innovative power electronics for the future: The Power Electronics Center offers you the opportunity to explore ways to reduce energy losses between power stations and end users.

Did you know, …

… that our electronics engineers are excellently equipped for the international market?

In addition to their electronics competence, our graduates also possess management know-how and soft skills. This opens the way to responsible positions in the electronics industry, or in industrial research and product development.

Did you know, …

… that you are allowed to use our brand-new state-of-the-art lab infrastructure in your free time?

Our students have access to our fully-equipped laboratories outside course times to work on their own research projects, drawing maximum benefit from our equipment.

Did you know, …

… that you can write your master’s thesis while working at a partner company?

As a result of our numerous research partnerships with industry, you'll be able to complete your master’s thesis while working in a company. This gives you the chance to establish contacts which will be valuable in your later career.

Did you know, …

… that the work-friendly programme format makes it possible to combine work and study?

Lectures are held at FH JOANNEUM on only three days in the week and so you can work part-time while studying on the programme.