Joint Postgraduate Studies Program

Computational Mechanics

Postgraduate Studies in Computational Mechanics

The Computational Mechanics MSc Program, established in 1998, is organized by the NTUA Schools: Chemical Engineering – coordinator, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering and Applied Mathematical and Physical Sciences.

The program leads to a Postgraduate Diploma Master of Science in the scientific field of Computational Mechanics after at least three semesters of studies.

Alumni speak about their studies (in greek)

Efstathia Chroni

Direction "Solids"
Graduated 2021

George Kissas

Direction "Fluids"
Graduated 2017

Evaggellos Antoniou

Direction "Fluids"
Graduated 2017

Maria Farakou

Direction "Fluids"
Graduated 2019

Latest News and Announcements

Extension of the Application deadline for the MSc “Computational Mechanics”

The deadline for applications in the academic year 2024-2025 for the MSc “Computational Mechanics” has been extended until Saturday July […]

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Call for applications for the MSc “Computational Mechanics” for the acad. year 2024-2025 and Application Form link

The Schools of Chemical Engineering (coordinating), Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Applied Mathematics and Physical Sciences […]

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Info Day on the NTUA International MSc Programs – Monday May 20th, 2024

The National Technical University of Athens offers twenty-two Interdepartmental Postgraduate Programmes, in support of the institution’s mission, to promote science […]

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