The staff involved in the programme is active in research and has published numerous papers in internationally acknowledged journals as well as several text books for graduate students. Furthermore, several members of the staff are involved in international cooperation within research and development projects, financed for instance by the European Union. 

The education includes lectures, seminars, and a large amount of project work. It is given in close connection with different companies which enable visits, guest lectures and sharp project work. 

All universities are well equipped with data bars and other computing facilities making it possible to include numerical simulation in the learning process and in this way to prepare you for your future work in industry or science.