Your car is a prime example that Mechatronics is now an indispensable part of our everyday lives. From combustion engine controls to automatic gear shifting and automatic distance control using radar waves, these are all a part of studying mechatronics.
We experience strong advancement in developing modern devices, machines and systems when we bring mechanics, electrics, electronics and software together.
Students in the Mechatronics degree program at the JKU focus on a sound, base-knowledge education and can apply acquired skills and knowledge to solve real-world problems as part of their Bachelor's or Master's thesis. The program is challenging, covering a wide range of subject areas in the field of mechatronics. Those who are committed fully to the program enjoy a close-knit working environment and a productive atmosphere conducive to learning and studying
We have state-of-the-art laboratories, internationally renowned professors who are well-know in the industry as well as at other departments at the JKU. These connections result in highly relevant and top quality research findings.
Faculty for Engineering
& Natural Sciences
Academic Area of Mechatronics
Johannes Kepler University Linz
Altenberger Straße 69
Austrian Student Union Mechatronics
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Space for the Future
Interview: How Mechanical Engineering Powers the World
Returning to the JKU after a professorship in Vienna, Prof. Michael Krommer talks about a new chapter in Mechatronics.
ICMIM 2020 in Linz
Die 6th annual IEEE MTT-S International Conference on Microwaves for Intelligent Mobility will be held in Linz, Austria.
FWF-Project Presentation "Model updating of coupled hydraulic-mechanical systems".
The project presentation of the FWF project P 32494-NBL entitled "Model updating of coupled hydraulic-mechanical systems" will take place on Tuesday, 11th of February 2020 from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. in MT 121 (Science Park 1, 1st floor).