Courses



Compulsory Modules (150 ECTS-Credits)
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Compulsory Module 1: Mathematics 1 (7.5 ECTS-Credits, 6 h) (no courses)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: Students - are familiar with the fundamentals of mathematics and informatics for engineering sciences (linear algebra, differential and integral calculus). - have the qualification to competently apply this discipline for solving practical problems.
Compusory Module 2: Physics and Chemistry (7.5 ECTS-Credits, 5 h) (no courses)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: The students are able to understand the scientific foundations of chemistry and physics and Transfer them to applications in electrical Engineering.
Compulsory Module 4: Fundamentals in Electrical Engineering 1 (7.5 ECTS-Credits, 5 h) (no courses)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: Students - are familiar with the basic terms in electrical engineering. - master the mathematical apparatus required for the description and can apply it to simple electrical engineering tasks. - are able to analyse simple linear and non-linear circuits with DC excitation and take the temperature dependence of resistive bipolars into account. - know descriptions of essential transformations of electrical energy in other forms of energy. and vice versa.
Compulsory Module 5: Digital Technology and Computer Science 1 (5 ECTS-Credits, 4 h) (no courses)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: Students - have the methodical and practical competence to design and analyse logic circuits. - are familiar with various approaches to designing an instruction set architecture and understand their implications for hardware design. - understand the basic structure of computers and the interaction of hardware, system software and communication technologies within the computer. - have advanced knowledge of the basic concepts, methods and programming tools. - have the qualifications to competently apply these disciplines to practical problems.
Compulsory Module 10: Mathematics 3 (10 ECTS-Credits, 7 h) (no courses)
Prerequisites for registration: Positive completion of the Studies Induction and Orientation Stage.
Learning Outcome: Students - are familiar with methods in numerical mathematics and higher analysis. - are able to use these methods for solving practical Problems.
Compulsory Module 11: Digital Technology and Computer Science 3 (7.5 ECTS-Credits, 6 h) (no courses)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: Students - have practical skills in the design, dimensioning and building of electronic circuits. - are familiar with equipment for measuring. - have the expertise to apply problem-oriented design, selection, and analysis methods to advanced algorithms and data structures. - have a sound understanding of the efficiency of algorithms and data structures. - have an advanced understanding of the structure and operation of computers, especially microcontrollers, their different design concepts and applications. - are familiar with the processor development chain and have the expertise to select optimal processors / controllers for different applications. - have a basic, practical understanding of hardware-related programming and its special features.
Compulsory Module 12: System Theory and Theoretic Electrical Engineering 1 (7.5 ECTS-Credits, 5 h) (no courses)
Prerequisites for registration: Positive completion of the Studies Induction and Orientation Stage.
Learning Outcome: Students - are familiar with the mathematical basics of digital signal processing. - understand when the process of sampling in the time domain in contrast to intuition is associated with no loss of information. - are familiar with the effects and limiting factors associated with spectral analysis by means of DFT. - are introduced to the basics of describing stochastic signals and processes. - have special knowledge in the field of vector analysis and are thus able to describe the electromagnetic field. - are familiar with the physical / atomistic foundations of electrical engineering and recognise the significance and fundamental importance of the Maxwell equations.
Compulsory Module 18: Control Engineering and Communication Engineering (7.5 ECTS-Credits, 6 h) (no courses)
Prerequisites for registration: Positive completion of the Studies Induction and Orientation Stage.
Learning Outcome: Students - have in-depth knowledge of the structure, analysis and synthesis of linear control circuits in the time and frequency domain. - are able to model technical systems and to parameterise and validate the models on the Basis of simulation studies and laboratory experiments. - have the competence to select and apply suitable controller design techniques to master These systems. - are familiar with the most important modulation and detection methods for signal transmission. - understand the key effects of digitising analoge Signals.
Compulsory Module 19: Introduction to Scientific Working for Electrical Engineering (2.5 ECTS-AP, 1 h) (no courses)
Prerequisites for registration: Positive completion of the Studies Induction and Orientation Stage.
Learning Outcome: Students - understand a specific research topic in the field of electrical engineering. - are able to capture, classify and evaluate the state-of-the-technology for a given problem. - are able to research and interpret scientific-technical literature. - are able to present a scientific topic in writing and orally.
Compulsory Module A1: Energy Engineering and Automation 1 (10 ECTS-Credits, 7 h) (no courses)
Prerequisites for registration: Positive completion of the Studies Induction and Orientation Stage.
Learning Outcome: Students - are familiar with the fundamentals of electrical energy transmission and distribution and the required technologies. - have the ability to consider the specifics of the computer-aided implementation of control algorithms already in their design.
Compulsory Module A2: Biomedical Engineering 1 (10 ECTS-Credits, 7 h) (no courses)
Prerequisites for registration: Positive completion of the Studies Induction and Orientation Stage.
Learning Outcome: Students - know and understand the modelling strategies in biological systems, can analyse, evaluate and apply them and are able to design models for given subsystems. - are able to understand and evaluate ethical and legal aspects in medical technology and to consider them in the development of medical technology products. - are able to communicate basic facts of biomedical engineering clearly and correctly. - know the basic anatomical structure of the human body and can name it. - understand the basic physiological contexts and master the basic vocabulary of anatomical and physiological terminology.

Notes:
  • There may still be changes in the courses offered as well as room allocation and course dates.
  • The course descriptions found in the English version of the course catalogue are for informational purposes only. Authoritative information can be found in the "Vorlesungsverzeichnis" (German version of the course catalogue).