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Faculty of Mathematics, Computer Science and Physics
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The Supplementary Programme in Scientific Computer at the University of Innsbruck is targeted at students and graduates, who wish to broaden their qualification profile through a scientifically based additional education in the field of scientific computing. Graduates of the Supplementary Programme in Scientific Computing possess the necessary interdisciplinary competences for the identification and responsible handling of current questions from science, economy and society, to the solution of which the understanding of models and efficient computer simulations can contribute.
Supplementary Programme Scientific Computing according to the Curriculum 2022 (60 ECTS-Credits, 2 semesters)
Compulsory Modules (60 ECTS-Credits)
Compulsory Module 1: Introduction to Scientific Computing (15 ECTS-credits, 10 hours)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: - The students know the most important application possibilities of scientific computing as well as its potential to provide interdisciplinary efficient answers to current questions in research, economy and society. They are aware of gender issues and gender relations in the natural and technical sciences. - Students understand aspects of conventional computer architecture particularly relevant to scientific computing, as well as useful techniques for software development and management, which also guide forms of collaborative work. They are able to implement simple numerical algorithms - basic components of more complex simulations - and to analyse their properties. - They can explain and apply the scientific principles and basic methods of mathematical modelling as a basis for simulation. They are able to analyse simple existing models, select and apply suitable ones from established procedures for their evaluation, and interpret the resulting data in a professional manner.
198701
VO Introduction to Scientific Computing and Gender Competence (VO / 2h / 2 ECTS-AP)
Lukas Einkemmer, Peter Gamnitzer, Philipp Gschwandtner, Ralf Kissmann, Gertraud Medicus, Markus Möst, Alexander Ostermann, Wolfgang Rauch, Ivana Stiperski
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Faculty of Engineering Sciences
INFO Bachelor's Programme Mechatronics according to the Curriculum 2011 (180 ECTS-Credits, 6 semesters)
Fifth Semester
Compulsory Module 21: Strenghts of Materials and Manufacturing Techniques (7.5 ECTS-Credits, 6 h)
Prerequisites for registration: Positive completion of studies induction and orientation stage (relevant course examinations)
Learning Outcome: Students - are familiar with the different types of tool machines and their fields of application. - are able to make simple NC programmes and to implement them on a tool machine. - know the theoretical fundamentals of the Finite Element Method and have the competence to apply numeric solving processes to tasks of mechatronics. - are able to safely assess the practical application possibilities and limits of these processes
844112
VO FEM - Linear Strength Analyses (VO / 2h / 2,5 ECTS-AP)
Peter Gamnitzer
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844136
UE FEM - Linear Strength Analyses (UE / 2h / 2,5 ECTS-AP)
Andreas Brugger, Peter Gamnitzer
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INFO Bachelor's Programme Mechatronics according to the Curriculum 2011 (180 ECTS-Credits, 6 semesters) (at Lienz)
Fifth Semester
Compulsory Module 21: Strenghts of Materials and Manufacturing Techniques (7.5 ECTS-Credits, 6 h)
Prerequisites for registration: Positive completion of studies induction and orientation stage (relevant course examinations)
Learning Outcome: Students - are familiar with the different types of tool machines and their fields of application. - are able to make simple NC programmes and to implement them on a tool machine. - know the theoretical fundamentals of the Finite Element Method and have the competence to apply numeric solving processes to tasks of mechatronics. - are able to safely assess the practical application possibilities and limits of these processes.
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844150
VO FEM - Linear Strength Analyses (VO / 2h / 2,5 ECTS-AP)
Peter Gamnitzer
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INFO Master's Programme Civil Engineering according to the Curriculum 2014 (120 ECTS-AP, 4 Semester)
Elective Modules, Extension Level 1 (30 ECTS-Credits)
Concentration Option MOS: Modeling and Simulation (15 ECTS-Credits)
Elective Module MOS 1-2: Modeling and Simulation 1-2 (5 ECTS-Credits; 4 h)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: Students are proficient in the theoretical principles of the finite element method (FEM) and can apply the FEM for linear calculation of the load-bearing capacity of structures and to solve problems relating to heat conduction and moisture transfer.
844112
VO FEM - Linear Strength Analyses (VO / 2h / 2,5 ECTS-AP)
Peter Gamnitzer
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844136
UE FEM - Linear Strength Analyses (UE / 2h / 2,5 ECTS-AP)
Andreas Brugger, Peter Gamnitzer
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Elective Modules, Extension Level 3 (22.5 ECTS-Credits)
Concentration Option MOS: Modeling and Simulation (12.5 ECTS-Credits)
Elective Module MOS 3-1: Modelling and Simulation 3-1 (2.5 ECTS-Credits; 2 h)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: Students possess the ability to solve non-linear strength and multi-field problems independently, to perform calculations of plane load-bearing structures and to interpret the results of such calculations.
844193
UE FEM Project (UE / 2h / 2,5 ECTS-AP)
Peter Gamnitzer
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Elective Module MOS 3-4: Modelling and Simulation 3-4 (2.5 ECTS-Credits; 2h)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: Students possess advanced knowledge and skills in various areas of numerical modelling and simulation. They can approach complex problems independently and with correct methodology in order to develop innovative solutions.
844196
VU MOS-AK 1 (VU / 2h / 2,5 ECTS-AP)
Peter Gamnitzer
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Extension Study Programmes
INFO
The Supplementary Programme Scientific Computing at the University of Innsbruck is targeted at students and graduates, who wish to broaden their qualification profile through a scientifically based additional education in the field of scientific computing. Graduates of the Supplementary Programme Scientific Computing possess the necessary interdisciplinary competences for the identification and responsible handling of current questions from science, economy and society, to the solution of which the understanding of models and efficient computer simulations can contribute.
Supplementary Programme Scientific Computing according to the Curriculum 2022 (60 ECTS-Credits, 2 semesters)
Compulsory Modules (60 ECTS-Credits)
Compulsory Module 1: Introduction to Scientific Computing (15 ECTS-credits, 10 hours)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: - The students know the most important application possibilities of scientific computing as well as its potential to provide interdisciplinary efficient answers to current questions in research, economy and society. They are aware of gender issues and gender relations in the natural and technical sciences. - Students understand aspects of conventional computer architecture particularly relevant to scientific computing, as well as useful techniques for software development and management, which also guide forms of collaborative work. They are able to implement simple numerical algorithms - basic components of more complex simulations - and to analyse their properties. - They can explain and apply the scientific principles and basic methods of mathematical modelling as a basis for simulation. They are able to analyse simple existing models, select and apply suitable ones from established procedures for their evaluation, and interpret the resulting data in a professional manner.
198701
VO Introduction to Scientific Computing and Gender Competence (VO / 2h / 2 ECTS-AP)
Lukas Einkemmer, Peter Gamnitzer, Philipp Gschwandtner, Ralf Kissmann, Gertraud Medicus, Markus Möst, Alexander Ostermann, Wolfgang Rauch, Ivana Stiperski
Details of this course