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Faculty of Engineering Sciences
INFO Bachelor's Programme Mechatronics according to the Curriculum 2011 (180 ECTS-Credits, 6 semesters)
Second Semester
Compulsory Module 8: Mechanics 1 (5 ECTS-Credits; 4 h)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: Students - are familiar with the basic concepts of mechanics of solid and fluid bodies in a uniform representation. - are able to apply the principles of mechanics to fundamental model problems of statics and are qualified to develop appropriate (computer-aided) formulations and calculation models.
VO Mechanics in Mechatronics 1 (VO / 2h / 2,5 ECTS-AP)
Thomas Furtmüller
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UE Mechanics in Mechatronics 1 (UE / 2h / 2,5 ECTS-AP)
Thomas Furtmüller
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Sixth Semester
Compulsory Module 24: Bachelor Thesis (10 ECTS-Credits; 2 h)
Prerequisites for registration: Positive completion of the compulsory module: Introduction to Scientific Working in Mechatronic.
Learning Outcome: Students are able to independently work on a problem in mechatronics observing the rules of good scientific practice and taking into account the relevant social and ethical concerns.
SE Seminar with Bachelor's Thesis (SE / 2h / 10 ECTS-AP)
Daniel Baumgarten, Fadi Dohnal, Robert Eberle, Thomas Furtmüller, Peter Gamnitzer, Johannes Gerstmayr, Petar Grbovic, Raphael Lamprecht, Gerhard Johannes Leichtfried, Hans-Peter Schröcker, Elias Tappeiner, Robert Sebastian Weidner, Frank Woittennek, Clemens Zierhofer
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INFO Master's Programme Mechatronics according to the Curriculum 2013 (120 ECTS-Credits, 4 semesters)
Compulsory Modules
Compulsory Module 6: Industrial Mechatronics and Material Science 2 (9 ECTS-Credits, 6 h)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: The students have a detailed knowledge of the manufacturing processes that can be used for making mechatronic components. They are able to select suitable processes for specific tasks and to plan the manufacturing process for industrial production as well as to estimate the manufacturing cost. Students have practical skills in the field of mechatronics and are able to deal with and solve interdisciplinary tasks target-oriented by considering the sub-disciplines and their interactions. They are able to independently study the lab documents and to independently approach the tutorial with professional guidance. Students have an advanced knowledge of the structure of materials and of their mechanical characteristics. With regards to metallic materials, they are familiar with the micro-structures that are the result of alloys and warmth treatments and with their characteristics. Thanks to their deep understanding of the metallographic mechanisms regarding the mechanical characteristics like strength, deformability, creepage or fatigue, students are able to assess an individual load situation appropriately and to develop strategies for solving the problems. They also have an advanced knowledge of the different materials, from simple steel for construction or machine engineering, tool steel to synthetic materials and complex compound materials.
PR Industrial Mechatroncis and Material Science Laboratory (PR / 2h / 3 ECTS-AP)
Arthur Angerer, Thomas Auer, Thomas Furtmüller, Andreas Griessner, Jan Salansky, Viktor Steixner, Frank Woittennek
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