Compulsory Modules
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Compulsory Module 1: Mathematics and Information Technology (9 ECTS-Credits, 6 h) (no courses)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: Students are familiar with the mathematical basics of digital signal processing. They understand that the process of sampling in time is unlike an intuitive approach not co nnected to any loss of information. They know the effects and limiting factors connected to DFT spectral analysis. Students know and apply the most important hardware and software components of embedded systems and real time systems, know the most prevalent specification languages for embedded systems, the general requirements of embedded operation systems and understand the basic problems of real time processing. Students have a profound understanding of mathematical concepts, tasks and methods of optimization and optimal control. Students know and are able to apply the most important numerical procedures. Students have an overview of inverse problems, associated tasks, the most important numerical methods and questions of model adaptation.
Compulsory Module 2: Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering (15 ECTS-Credits, 11 h) (no courses)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: Students have an advanced knowledge of and skills for designing mechatronic systems with computer-aided construction and interpretation methods. They understand the relations of product development and are able to apply CAD and CAE modules in the development process. Students possess advanced knowledge of and skills in linear and non-linear strength calculation of building elements under st atic and cyclic stress. Students have the skills to find solutions and alternatives for problems related to machine engineering, to assess them and to realize them in a constructive way. Students possess advanced knowledge of general machine assembly and vibration decoupling and can lay classic vibration absorbers. They understand the effects of imbalances in rotors and have a basic knowledge of the theory of oscillation, oscillator chains and non-linear oscillators.
Compulsory Module 5: Industrial Mechatronics and Material Science 1 (6 ECTS-Credits, 4 h) (no courses)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: Students possess, subject-specific for hydraulic and pneumatic drives, advanced knowledge and skills regarding regulated open and closed circuits of hydraulic and pneumatic systems. They have a profound knowledge of the uses of pr oportional and servo technology. They understand the correlation of electro-hydraulic and electro-pneumatic drives and controllers. The students possess the competence to design circuit diagrams and to calculate machines. They are able to analyse circuit diagrams, recognize and eliminate errors. Students also have a deep understanding of classic control circuits and their practice-relevant extensions and methods of analysis and their time-discrete realisation. They are familiar with modern frequency range methods and advanced methods of control technology.
Compulsory Module 7: Biomedical Engineering 1 (6 ECTS-Credits, 4 h) (no courses)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: Students know the basic anatomic structure of the human body and can name the parts. They understand basic physiological correlations and have a command of the basic medical terminology for naming anatomic and physiological terms. They understand basic medical contexts (pathologies, diagnosis and therapy approaches) a nd are able to understand medical specialist conversation.
Compulsory Module 9: Master Thesis Defense (2.5 ECTS-Credits) (no courses)
Prerequisites for registration: positive completion of all compulsory modules,the necessary optional modules and the positive evaluation of the master thesis
Learning Outcome: To reflect on the master thesis in the context of the master programme mechtronics. The focus is on theoretical knowledge, methodology and the presentation of the results of the master thesis and presentation skills.

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