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Modulhandbuch des Studiengangs Commercial Vehicle Technology

Mandatory Modules Elective Modules Laboratory & Project Supplementary Modules

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1. Mandatory Modules

M 1 (Section Mechanical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Principles of Commercial Vehicle Technology Grundlagen der Nutzfahrzeugtechnik Module No. M1 1st Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Schindler Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Schindler (lecturer) Assistant (tutorial) English (or German if the students prefer) For Master Degree Commercial Vehicle Technology as mandatory subject. 14 double-hour lectures, one per week 6 double-hour tutorials both during the winter term Contact study workload: 40 hrs per term Self-study workload: Overall workload: Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: 4 Mechanics and machine elements and engineering design or similar Knowledge on the state-of-the-art and the general requirements on the technology of modern commercial vehicles. Students are able to cope with the most established methods of vehicle evaluation according to power demand, load and payload distribution and steering characteristics. Students have an overview on the general design philosophies of commercial vehicles with special focus on chassis and car body. Content: Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature: Introduction, state of the art Classification of Commercial Vehicles Driving Resistance and Power Requirement Mechanics and Dynamics of Driving Concepts of Commercial Vehicles Running gears of Commercial Vehicles Structures and Carbodies Special Commercial Vehicles 80 hrs per term 120 hrs per term

Written or oral examination at the end of each semester (depending on the number of examinees) Power Point Slides combined with sketches on the chalkboard. Slides provided via Internet. Hoepke (Hrsg.) u.a.: Nutzfahrzeugtechnik, 3. Aufl. (2004), ViewegVerlag, Wiesbaden MAN: Grundlagen der Nutzfahrzeugtechnik, Kirschbaum Verlag, Bonn (2004) Jazar: Vehicle Dynamics: Theory & Application, 1. (2008), Springer,

Science & Business Media, New York Fitch, J.W.: Motor Truck Engineering Handbook, 4. Aufl. (1994), Society of Automotive Engineers, Warrendale, USA Society of Automotive Engineers (Hrsg.): Truck Systems Design Handbook, Volume 2, (2002), 4. Aufl. (1994), Society

M 2a (Section Mechanical Engineering)


Module name: Powertrain Engineering of Commercial Vehicles I: Engines of Commercial Vehicles Fahrzeugantriebe Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Module No. M 2a 2nd Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rudolf Flierl Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rudolf Flierl English For Master Degree Commercial Vehicle Technology as mandatory subject. 2 hrs lecture per week

Contact study workload: 26 hrs per term Self-study workload: Overall workload: 64 hrs per term 90 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content:

3 Knowledge on the state-of-the-art in combustion engines engineering. Knowledge on the common use in combustion engines design for commercial vehicles. Diesel engines with Common Rail, Torque-, Power Output Emissions, Fuel Consumption, Emission Standards worldwide, Package Restrictions, Design of Engine Components

Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

Oral or written examination Power point presentation, scriptum Vieweg Handbuch Kraftfahrzeugtechnik, Hrsg.: Braess, HansHermann / Seiffert, Ulrich, Reihe: ATZ-MTZ Fachbuch, Vieweg Verlag Verbrennungsmotoren, Hrsg. Eduard Khler, Rudolf Flierl, 4.Auflage, Vieweg Verlag

M 2b (Section Mechanical Engineering)


Module name: Power train Engineering of Commercial Vehicles II: Drives and Gears Fahrzeuggetriebe Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Module No. M2b 2nd Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernd Sauer Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernd Sauer Prof. Dr.-Ing. Eckhard Kirchner English (or German if the students prefer) It is a mandatory module that supplies fundamentals of gears with focus on commercial vehicles practical application. 7 blocked lectures with 4 hours per lecture

Contact study workload: 26 hrs per term Self-study workload: Overall workload: 64 hrs per term 90 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites:: Targeted learning outcomes:

3 Machine elements or comparable Knowledge on the state-of-the-art in power train engineering of vehicles. Knowledge on the common use power train design of vehicles with a focus on commercial vehicles.

Content:

Introduction, function of drive systems Classification of drive systems and gears Gear types Standard transmission Planetary gear Hydrodynamic / hydrostatic gear Design of transmission

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Written or oral examination at the end of each semester (depending on the number of examinees) Power Point Slides combined with sketches on overhead projector. Slides provided. Lechner, G. , Naunheimer, H.: Fahrzeuggetriebe , 2. Auflage, Springer Verlag 2007. Klement, W.: Fahrzeuggetriebe, Hanser Verlag 2005. Kirchner, E.: Leistungsbertragung in Fahrzeuggetrieben. Springer Verlag Herbst 2007

M 3a (Section Mechanical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Manufacturing Engineering of Commercial Vehicles Technologie der Fertigung von Nutzfahrzeugen Module No. M3a 2 nd Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jan C. Aurich Dr.-Ing. Frank H. Lehmann English For Master Degree Commercial Vehicle Technology as mandatory subject. Introducing Lecture: Two-day event: Full-day field trip: Half-day lean event: Full-day event: Workload: Self Study Workload: Team Work Workload: Overall Workload: Credit points: Targeted learning outcomes: 2 Knowledge on the state-of-the-art of commercial vehicle engineering, development and production. Knowledge on an overview on topical processes in global commercial vehicle production networks. Understanding of the requirements and basic conditions of globally active CV manufacturers. Commercial Vehicle Markets and Customer Demands Commercial Vehicle Technology CV Development Process CV Prototypes and Production Oriented Design CV Production and Manufacturing Engineering Lean Production and Production Systems Launch and Change Management Ramp-Up Management 3 hrs. 5 blocked lectures and live presentation To DCs Woerth truck plant (JiT-Simulation) Team work presentation and oral exam 30 hrs. 10 hrs. 20 hrs. 60 hrs.

Contact Study Workload:

Content:

Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

Supplier Management Networks in CV Production Team work presentation and oral examination at the end of the term. Powerpoint slides (provided as hardcopy) Additional sketches on the chalkboard, small movies etc Hoepke et al.: Nutzfahrzeugtechnik, 3rd Ed., Wiesbaden, 2004 VDA (Ed.): Auto Jahresbericht 2006

M 3b (Section Mechanical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Production of Commercial Vehicles Produktion von Nutzfahrzeugen Module No. M3b 1st Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jan C. Aurich Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jan C. Aurich English For Master Degree Commercial Vehicle Technology as mandatory subject. 14 2-hour lectures (weekly) 14 1-hour tutorials (weekly) One-day field trip to John Deere Factory Contact Study Workload: 42 hrs. Self Study Workload: 68 hrs. Field Trip: 10 hrs Overall Workload: 120 hrs. 4 Basic knowledge of manufacturing technologies Students gain knowledge on the state-of-the-art of commercial vehicle production and manufacturing technologies: Introduction to C.V. production Body-in-white Powertrain Vehicle Assembly Ramp-up and Change Management Benchmark to Passenger Car Production Written exam at the end of each semester Slides, short movies, sketches at the chalkboard, WebCT internet learning platform Grob, R.; Haffner, H.: Planungsleitlinien zur Gestaltung von Arbeitssystemen. Siemens AG, Abteilung Verlag. Pfohl, H.-Ch.: Logistiksysteme. Springer. And Online Information in WebCT

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M 4 (Section Computer Science)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: 2 h Lecture + 1 h Exercise Foundations of Software Engineering Grundlagen des Software Engineering Module No. M4 1st Prof. Dr. Peter Liggesmeyer Prof. Dr. Peter Liggesmeyer, Prof. Dr. Dieter Rombach English

Contact study workload: 42 hrs per term Self-study workload: Overall workload: 78 hrs per term 120 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

4 Knowledge about principles, methods, and tools for the development of large software systems for the commercial vehicle domain. Knowledge about important software engineering topics focusing on automotive systems. Ability to develop software under software quality assurance aspects and with automated tools.

Content:

Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

Software engineering principles Empirical laws Basic knowledge (specification, architecture, verification, testing, process modelling, measurement, experimentation) Component engineering (model-based development, languages and tools, non-functional requirements) Development of large systems (system specification, design patterns, frameworks, system test) Application engineering (requirements engineering, perspectivebased inspection) Projekt management Software evolution (legacy systems, maintenance) Hot topics (standards, ) Oral or written exam Slides Sommerville: Software Engineering, Pearson Studium, 2001 H. Balzert: Lehrbuch der Software-Technik 1/2. Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, 2000 P. Jalote: An Integrated Approach to Software Engineering, Second Edition, Springer-Verlag, 1997

W. Zuser, T. Grechenig, M. Khle: Software Engineering mit UML und dem Unified Process, Pearson Studium, 2004. M. Jeckle, C. Rupp, J. Hahn, B. Zengler, S. Queins: UML 2 Glasklar; Carl Hanser Verlag; 2003. Peter Liggesmeyer: Software-Qualitt; Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, 2002 Jrg Schuffele und Thomas Zurawka: Automotive Software Engineering; Vieweg, 2006

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M 5 (Section Computer Science)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Safety and Reliability of Embedded Systems Sicherheit und Zuverlssigkeit eingebetteter Systeme Module No. M5 1st Prof. Peter Liggesmeyer Prof. Peter Liggesmeyer German and English (alternating) For Master Degree Commercial Vehicle Technology as mandatory subject. Lectures 2 h/week + exercise 1 h/week

Contact study workload: 42 hrs per term Self-study workload: Overall workload: 78 hrs per term 120 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content:

4 Formal Foundations of Programming Foundations of Software Engineering

Knowledge in handling special formal and stochastic techniques for the safety and reliability analysis of software and systems Knowledge in using relevant methods for analysis Safety and reliability are particularly important quality criteria for software applications in the technical sector. In many domains - e.g. rail-mounted vehicles, avionics, automotive engineering, medical technology - a software failure can endanger human lives. Hence, for example, safety has to be proved before the initial start-up of such systems. These proofs must be complete in general or have to prove at least that a tolerable residual risk is not exceeded. The lecture is divided into a basic part and a practical part. In the basic part current techniques for the safety and reliability analysis are presented (Symbolic Model Checking and stochastic reliability analysis). In the practical part representatives of industrial companies, which develop security-critical software-intensive systems, report on the situation in practical use.

Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

Oral or written exams Transparencies/beamer/etc. Transparencies for downloading (as PDF).

Lyu M.R., Handbook of Software Reliability Engineering, New York: McGraw-Hill, 1995 Liggesmeyer P., Qualittssicherung softwareintensiver technischer Systeme, Heidelberg: Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, 2000 Kececioglu D., Reliability Engineering Handbook, Prentice-Hall 1991

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M 6 (Section Computer Science)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Automotive Software Engineering Software Engineering im Fahrzeugbau Module No. M6 2nd Dr. habil. Bernd Schrmann Dr. Trapp English or German Mandatory module for CVT that is rather practically oriented. 2 h Lectures + 1 h Exercise

Contact study workload: 42 hrs per term Self-study workload: Overall workload: 78 hrs per term 120 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

4 Foundations of Embedded Systems Foundations of Software Engineering

Knowledge about the model-based-development of automotive software systems using state-of-the-art technologies. Deep understanding of the specific problems of automotive embedded systems and ability to use existing approaches solving these problems.

Content:

The course describes all activities of the model-based development of automotive software systems from the requirements analysis to code generation. Based on state-of-the-art technologies, current research achievements but also industrial practice, it provides solutions to the specific problems of the regarded domain. It thus enables the student to apply the techniques for the model-based development of complex automotive software systems. During the exercises, all development steps will be practised based on a continuous running example.

Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

Oral examination Transparencies/beamer/etc. Transparencies for downloading (as PDF)

B. P. Douglass: Doing Hard Time: Developing Real-Time Systems with UML, Objects, Frameworks, and Patterns, Addison-Wesley, 1999 Marc Born, Eckhardt Holz, Olaf Kath: Softwareentwicklung mit UML 2 Addison-Wesley, 2004 Peter Marwedel: Eingebette Systeme, Springer, 2007

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M 7 (Section Computer Science)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: System Description Languages Systembeschreibungssprachen Module No. M7a 1st Prof. Klaus Schneider Prof. Klaus Schneider German and English (alternating) For Master Degree Commercial Vehicle Technology as mandatory subject. 2 h Lectures + 1 h Exercise

Contact study workload: 42 hrs per term Self-study workload: Overall workload: 78 hrs per term 120 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content:

4 Ability in modelling and programming of parallel and hybrid systems Skills in Compilation/Synthesis of System Descriptions event-oriented languages: VHDL, SystemC and SystemVerilog cycle-based languages like synchronous languages hybrid languages like Modelica

Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media:

Oral examination Blackboard/flipchart/etc. Transparencies/beamer/etc. Transparencies for downloading (as PDF)

Literature:

G. Berry, The Esterel Language Primer, 2000 G. Berry, The Constructive Semantics of Esterel, 1999 N. Halbwachs, Synchronous programming of reactive systems, Kluwer, 1993 Benveniste, P. Caspi, S. Edwards, N. Halbwachs, P. Le Guernic, and R. de Simone, The Synchronous Languages Twelve Years Later, Proceedings of the IEEE, 91(1):64-83, 2003 D. Harel and A. Naamad, The STATEMATE Semantics of Statecharts, ACM Transactions on Software Engenieering Methods, 5(3):293-333, 1996 N. Halbwachs, P. Caspi, P. Raymond, and D. Pilaud, The Synchronous Dataflow Programming Language LUSTRE, IEEE Proceedings, 79(9):1305-1320, 1991 S. Palnitkar, Verilog HDL, Prentice Hall, 2003 G. Lehmann, B. Wunder, and M. Selz, Schaltungsdesign mit VHDL: Synthese, Simulation und Dokumentation digitaler Schaltungen, Franzis Verlag, 1994

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P.J. Ashenden, VHDL Cookbook, im Internet verfgbar, Stand 1990 Modelica: A Unified Object-Oriented Language for Physical Systems Modeling, Tutorial Version 1.4 Internet sources: www.modelica.org www.systemverilog.org www.synalp.org

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M 8 (Section Electrical Engineering)


Alternatively to M8, E 18 (Lineare Regelungen) can be chosen as Mandatory Module name: Electric Drive Technology I Elektrische Antriebstechnik I (EAT I) Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format Workload: Module No. M 8 1 st Prof. Dr. G. Huth Prof. Dr. G. Huth German / English Basic lecture with theoretical adjustment and practically oriented auditorium exercises 3 h Lectures, 1 h Exercise Contact study workload: 56 hrs per term Self-study workload: Overall workload: Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: 4 Knowledge of the most important functional groups of electric drive systems Ability to describe the temporal movement process of a drive Ability to project electric drives on the base of mode of operation or load Control of the power-electronic circuit technology with DC and AC drives Control of the modelling of conventional drives with direct current and three-phase current-asynchronous machines as well as description of the stationary behaviour Control of the modelling of power converter driven drives with direct current and three-phase current-asynchronous machines as well as description of the stationary behaviour Control of the circuit technology for DC and AC driveswith regard to start-up, speed position / speed regulation and braking Development of the electric drive technology Current developing trends Functional groups of electric drive systems Stationary description of machines Modes of operation relating to German Institute for Standardization EN 60034-1 Basics of the drive engineering Three-phase current transformers in drive systems Conventional DC drives. Drives with DC-Converter Basic field behaviour of the three-phase current-asynchronous machine with cage and slip ring rotor Conventional AC drives with three-phase current-asynchronous machines Drives with AC-Converter using three-phase currentasynchronous machines. Written or oral exam 64 hrs per term 120 hrs per term

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Forms of media: Literature:

Slides and blackboard Riefenstahl : Elektrische Antriebstechnik , Teubner Simon, Fransua u.a.: Elektrische Maschinen und Antriebssysteme , Vieweg W. Leonhard : Regelung elektrischer Antriebe , Springer

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M 9 (Section Electrical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Architecture of Embedded Systems Architektur digitaler Systeme II Module No. M9 2nd Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Wolfgang Kunz Priv. Doz. Dr.Ing.habil. Dominik Stoffel English The module is a mandatory subject for CVT. 2 hours lecture + 1 hour exercise (per week)

Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload:

39 h per semester 81 h per semester 120 per semester

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

4 Basic knowledge in assembler programming and processor architecture understand the fundamental design principles, models and architectures of embedded computing systems be able to read advanced literature on the subject be able to get engaged in research and development projects in this area system modeling with UML instruction sets of embedded microprocessors microprocessors for embedded computing embedded computing platform (bus, memory, I/O) program design and analysis processes and operating systems distributed systems Oral exam Website, slides W. Wolf: Computers as Components, Morgan Kaufman Publishers, ISBN 1-55860-693-9

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M 10 (Section Electrical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Operating Systems Betriebssysteme Module No. M10 1st Prof. Dr. techn. Gerhard Fohler Prof. Dr. techn. Gerhard Fohler English M 12 is a basic mandatory Module that is practically oriented 2 h/week lectures; 1 h/week laboratory

Contact study workload: 42 hrs per term Self-study workload: Overall workload: 78 hrs per term 120 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

4 Basic knowledge of programming and algorithms Knowledge on and ability to use basic concepts and services of operating systems. Understanding of topics like processes and threads, synchronization and mutual exclusion, deadlock, input/output.

Content:

An operating system is software, which allows the operation of a computer. It provides the use of hardware to application software without detailed interaction with hardware. It manages resources such as memory, input/output, and the execution of programs. The course is accompanied by a lab. Areas include: processes and threads mutual exclusion synchronization input/output memory management scheduling Written exam Computer Presentations, Handouts, Webpages Giorgio Buttazzo, "Hard Real-Time Computing Systems: Predictable Scheduling Algorithms and Applications".

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M 11 (Section Electrical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Electronics II Elektronik II Module No. M11 1st Prof. Dr.-Ing Andreas Knig Prof. Dr.-Ing Andreas Knig
English

Mandatory, basics of electronic circuits for industrial and automotive systems; balanced theoretical and practical contents; offered only at TU Kaiserslautern 2 hours per week lectures, 1 hour per week exercise

Contact study workload: 42 hrs per term Self-study workload: Overall workload: 78 hrs per term 120 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

4 Basics of semiconductor devices and electronic circuits Understanding of dc-coupled, multi stage circuits with transistor loads Mastery of extended analysis methods for multi transistor circuits based on basic models (Operating point and ac-analysis) including inherent parasitic capacitances Ability to assess and assert the stability of an amplifier circuit by appropriate measures Knowledge of relevant specifications and properties of real, i.e., non-ideal, operational amplifiers Mastery of operational amplifier application in circuits with frequency-dependent feedback-network and time-discrete signal processing Skills in applying the circuit simulator (PSPICE) for result validation and refinement Basics of circuits for and with operational amplifiers Extension of the basics of electronic circuits from Electronics I to dc-coupled circuits and stages, frequency dependence, and application of transistor loads. Extended and comparative study of current sources, mirrors, differential amplifiers, inverter and cascode-amplifier stages, follower and push-pull output stages based on bipolar- and MOStransistors Basic circuits for operational amplifiers (OPA) and their application in different OPA circuits Stability and compensation of OPA Properties and specifications of real OPA Time-continuous and time-discrete filters (SC-Filter), analog switch realizations and sample-and-hold circuits Digital-to-Analog- and Analog-to-Digital-converters

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Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

Oszillators and generators

Oral or written exam Course-specific webpage with slides, exercise sheets, exam collections, and PSPICE examples R.C. Jager, T.N. Blalock: Microelectronic Circuit Design. McGrawHill, 2003, ISBN Ch. Tietze, U. Schenk: Halbleiter-Schaltungstechnik, Springer, 2003, ISBN 3-540-63443-6

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2. Elective Modules

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E 1 (Section Mechanical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Dynamic Vehicle Behaviour Fahrzeugschwingunge Module No. E1 2nd Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Schindler Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Schindler German For Diploma and Master Degree Programmes Fahrzeugtechnik (Automotive Engineering) as well as for Master Degree Commercial Vehicle Technology as elective subject. 13 double-hour lectures, one per week

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

Contact study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload: 3

26 hrs per term 64 hrs per term 90 hrs per term

Technical mechanics (kinetics) or machine dynamics Knowledge of the basics of main vehicle vibrations caused by road irregularity exitations. Ability to create different simple vibration models representing the vehicle for different problems. Ability to describe road irregularities and to handle there influence in vehicle dynamics. Knowledge about the most important transfer functions. Judgement of the dynamic behaviour of a vehicle. Introduction Single Mass Model Harmonic exitations Random exitations, spectral power density Road irragularities, single obstacles Characteristic measures to judge vehicle vibration behaviour Simple multy body vibration systems Special problems, i.e. loading influence etc. Written or oral examination at the end of each semester (depending on the number of examinees) Power Point Slides combined with sketches on the chalkboard. Slides provided via Internet. Mitschke; Wallentowitz: Dynamik der Kraftfahrzeuge Knothe, Stichel: Schienenfahrzeugdynamik both Springer Verlag, Berlin

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E 2 (Section Mechanical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Mechatronik Mechatronics Module No. E2 2nd Prof. Dr.-Ing. Steffen Mller Prof. Dr.-Ing. Steffen Mller German For Diploma and Master Degree Programs Fahrzeugtechnik (Automotive Engineering) as well as for Master Degree Commercial Vehicle Technology as elective subject. 26 double-hour lectures, two per week

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

Contact study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload: 5

52 hrs per term 128 hrs per term 180 hrs per term

Basic knowledge in control, dynamics of machines, electronics and vehicle dynamics Knowledge of typical components of a mechatronical system. Basic understanding of data processing. Ability to derive model equations and linear state space controllers. Knowledge of the basic principles of chassis control systems and their influence on the driving dynamics.

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Actuators Sensors Signal and process data processing Modeling of Multibody Systems Trajectory planning Control theory Examples for mechatronical systems Vertical, lateral and lateral chassis control systems Written or oral examination at the end of each semester (depending on the number of examinees) Chalkboard combined with Power Point Slides. Slides provided via Internet. Heimann, B., Gerth, W. and K. Popp: Mechatronik, Hanser Verlag, 2007 W. Bolton: Bausteine mechatronischer Systeme, Pearson Studium, 2004. Further literature and references will be given during the lecture.

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E 3 (Section Mechanical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format Workload: Schwingfestigkeit Cyclic Deformation Behaviour Module No. E3 3rd Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Dietmar Eifler Dr.-Ing. Frank Walther Deutsch Wahlfach im Masterstudiengang CVT 2 Vorlesungen pro Woche Vorlesungen: Vor- und Nachbereitung: Insgesamt: Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: 3 Grundvorlesungen in der Werkstoffkunde Verstndnis der Zusammenhnge zwischen Mikrostruktur, mikrostrukturellen Vernderungen und dem Wechselverformungsverhalten metallischer Werkstoffe bei einstufiger und betriebsnaher Beanspruchung. Schwingfestigkeit metallischer Werkstoffe Mechanische Werkstoffprfung, Charakteristische Kenngren der Schwingbeanspruchung Einflussgren auf das Ermdungsverhalten Moderne Prf- und Messverfahren: Hysteresis-, Temperatur-, Widerstands- und GMR-Messungen Betriebsnahe Beanspruchung Beeinflussung der Mikrostruktur durch Materialermdung, Rissbildung und Rissausbreitung Lebensdauerberechnung bei ein- stufiger und betriebsnaher Beanspruchung Mndliche Prfung Powerpoint Folien H.-J. Christ: Wechselverformung von Metallen, Springer-Verlag, Berlin D. Eifler: Schwingfestigkeit von Sthlen. In: H.-J. Christ: Ermdungsverhalten metallischer Werkstoffe, MATINFO, Frankfurt/Main M. Klesnil, P. Lukas: Fatigue of Metallic Materials, Elsevier A. J. Mc Evily: Metal Failures: Mechanisms, Analysis, Prevention, John Wiley and Sons D. Radaj: Ermdungsfestigkeit, Grundlagen fr Leichtbau, Maschinen- und Stahlbau, Springer S. Suresh: Fatigue of Materials, Cambridge University Press 28 h pro Semester 62 h pro Semester 90 h pro Semester

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E 4 (Section Mechanical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Virtual Product Engineering of Commercial Vehicles Virtuelle Produktentwicklung 1 Module No. E4 3rd Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Eigner Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Eigner Research Assistant German For Master Degree Commercial Vehicle Technology as elective module 14 double-hour lectures, one per week

Contact study workload Self-study workload Overall workload

28 hrs per term 62 hrs per term 90 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

3 Knowledge of application of IT solutions in engineering processes. Knowledge about concepts, methods and IT-tools that are state-of-the art in the research field of Virtual Product Engineering (VPE). Ability to cope with these essential tools that support the work of engineers. This lecture deals with the application of IT solutions in engineering processes: Product Engineering Processes Virtual Product Engineering Processes Computer Aided Design (mechanical) - CAD Computer Aided Manufacturing CAD/CAM

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Visualisation and Digital Mockup - VR/AR, DMU Written examination at the end of each semester. Power Point Slides. Technical Literature and References will be announced during the lecture.

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E 5 (Section Mechanical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week Workload: Ergonomie und Fahrzeugtechnik Ergonomics and Vehicle Technology Module No. E5 3rd Jun.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Kerstin Rse Jun. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Kerstin Rse Assistant (tutorial) English (or German if students prefer) For Master Degree Commercial Vehicle Technology as elective subject. 14 double-hours lectures, one per week including 3 times tutorials Contact study workload: Self-study workload: Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Overall workload: 3 Knowledge on the state-of-the-art and the general approach of ergonomics and user-centered design. Ability to cope with the most established methods of developing usercentic products and systems. Knowledge in an overview on the user-centric design for vehicle technology, especially user-centric aspects of cockpit-design. Introduction, state of the art Ergonomics basics Introduction into Cognitive Ergonomics Classification of user-centerde design approaches Introduction and exercise user-centric design methods Special requiremenst of cockpit design User-centric requiremens for car-cockpits Written or oral examination at the end of each semester Power Point Slides combined with e-support, offering an e-learningplattform with additional information and exercises for examination preparation. Heinsen/ Vogt (Hrsg.): Usability praktisch umsetzen. Hanser-Verlag, Mnchen, 2003. Jrgensohn, Th.; Timpe, K.-P.(Hrsg.): Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, 2001. Kraftfahrzeugfhrung,
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34 hrs per term 26 hrs per term 60 hrs per term

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Literature:

Raskin, J.: The Human Interface, Addison-Wesley, 3 Ed., 2001. Landau, K.: Good Practice, Ergonomia Verlag, Stuttgart, 2003.

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E 6 (Section Mechanical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Two hours lecture per week Fgetechnik in der Fahrzeugtechnik Module No. E6 2nd Juniorprofessor Dr.-Ing. Paul Ludwig Gei Juniorprofessor Dr.-Ing. Paul Ludwig Gei German (or English)

Contact study workload Self-study workload Overall workload

26 hrs per term 64 hrs per term 90 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content:

3 Basics in mechanical engineering Ability to select and to use material-specific lightweight joining technologies for different applications in vehicle construction. Requirements for joining technologies in vehicle construction, introduction into the systematic structure of joining technologies, mechanical joining, welding, adhesive bonding, hybrid joining, joining of plastics and FRP-lightweight-materials, fatigue properties of different joining technologies, crash performance of different joining technologies, durability of bonded joints, joining in repair and disassembling for recycling Oral exam Blackboard, transparencies and paper-handout J. Epker: Nutzfahrzeuge und Technik, sv corporate media, Mnchen (2006) Koewius, G. Gross, G. Angehm: Aluminium-Konstruktionen des Nutzfahrzeugbaus, Aluminium-Verlag, Dsseldorf (1990) G. Buchfink: Faszination Blech, Vogel, Wrzburg

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E 7 (Section Mechanical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Plastics in Vehicle Technology Kunststoffe in der Fahrzeugtechnik Module No. E7 3rd Prof. Dr.-Ing. Alois Schlarb Prof. Dr.-Ing. Alois Schlarb German (or English) Elective subject for Master course Commercial Vehicle Technology with focus on theory of practical application. 13 double-hour lectures, one per week

Contact study workload Self-study workload Overall workload

28 hrs per term 62 hrs per term 90 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content:

3 Basic understanding of plastics and mechanical engineering Profound knowledge about the application of plastics in vehicle technology State-of-the-art Intentions Requirements and constraints of application Potentials and costs of light weight construction Application areas in vehicles Written or oral examination at the end of the term Power Point Slides combined with sketches on the chalkboard. Slides provided as printout SAE: Plastics for the Automotive Industry, Hrsg.: SAE 2002, 183 S. alte ISBN-10: 0768009502, neue ISBN-13: 978-0768009507 Stauber, R. und Vollrath, L.: Plastics in Automotive Engineering. 3 Bnde (Exterior Applications, Interior Applications, Motor Applications), Carl Hanser Verlag, Mnchen 2007

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E8 (Section Mechanical Engineering)

Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload:

Land- und Baumaschinen Agricultural and Construction Vehicles Module No. E8 2nd Prof. Dr.-Ing. C. Schindler Mr. Meissner (Fa. Terex-Demag), Mr. Pickel (John Deere) German (English) Elective fr den Masterstudiengang CVT 2 field trips to Terex & Daimler 14 2-hour lectures (weekly) Contact Study Workload: Self Study Workload: Field Trip: Overall Workload: 3 28 hrs. 46 hrs. 16 hrs 90 hrs.

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Content of Mandatory 1: Principles of Commercial Vehicle Technology Students are able to cope with the most established methods of vehicle evaluation according to power demand, load and payload distribution and steering characteristics. Students have an overview on construction and laying of selected Agricultural and Construction Vehicles, e.g. Classifications, operating principles, requirements on power train and combustion engines, Communication Architecture for process automation.

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Basic techniques of selected Agricultural & Construction Vehicles (Construction types of tractors, chassis and gear systems, Aftertreatment of exhaust gases, Communication architectures, telematics, remote diagnosis, ISO 11783, Precision Farming Systems Written or oral examination at the end of the term Power Point Slides combined with sketches on the chalkboard. Mitschke, Manfred, Wallentowitz, Henning: Dynamik der Kraftfahrzeuge. Reihe: VDI-Buch .4. neu bearb. Aufl., 2004,., Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, Tokyo, 1997 Eichhorn, H.: Landtechnik. Landwirtschaftliches Lehrbuch. 7. Aufl., Verlag Eugen Ulmer, Stuttgart, 1999. Schn, H., u.a.: Die Landwirtschaft: Lehrbuch fr Landwirtschaftsschulen. Bd. 3. Landtechnik, Bauwesen: Verfahrenstechnik - Arbeit Gebude - Umwelt. 9. Aufl., BLV Verlagsges., Mnchen, Wien, Zrich, 1998.

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E9 (Section Mechanical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week/ semester Workload: Durability laod data analysis Module No. E 9 3 Dr. Klaus Dressler Dr. Klaus Dressler English (or German if the students prefer) For Master Degree Commercial Vehicle Technology as elective subject. 14 double-hour lectures, one per week Contact study workload: 28 hrs per term Self-study workload: Overall workload: Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: 3 Mechanics and machine elements and engineering design or similar Understanding of the process and basic methodology for system level durability engineering, i.p.: How to handle usage variability and product variability? How to derive appropriate design loading targets for commercial vehicles? How to derive loading targets for subsystems and components? Concepts of durability testing and durability simulation. Load data reduction and analysis methods Load data analysis for mechanical systems Load data and durability o Stress-strain paths, hystereses, local strain approach and multiaxiality Loading statistics and design targets o Durability = loading + strength o Modelling usage variability Amplitude based data reduction methods o Sampling rates, drift / offset / spikes o Rainflow and related counting methods Frequency based data reduction Derivation of design load targets Load data analysis and system simulation o Load cascading: MBS system simulation o Invariant loading: how to simulate a new design when only measurements (inner forces) from the `old design are known? From component loads to local stress-strain paths FE- based fatigue analysis Written or oral examination at the end of each semester (depending on the number of examinees) Power Point Slides combined with sketches on the chalkboard. Slides provided via Internet. Will be announced in the lecture 52 hrs per term 80 hrs per term

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E10 (Section Mechanical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week/ semester Workload: Fahrzeugdynamik - Regelung Module No. E 10 2 Prof. Dr.-Ing. S. Mller Prof. Dr.-Ing. S. Mller Deutsch For Master Degree Commercial Vehicle Technology as elective subject. 14 double-hour lectures, one per week Contact study workload: 52 hrs per term Self-study workload: Overall workload: Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content: Beschreibung des Fahrverhaltens fahrdynamische Gtekriterien Einflsse auf das Fahrverhalten Lngsdynamikregelung Querdynamikregelung Vertikaldynamikregelung Written or oral examination at the end of each semester (depending on the number of examinees) Power Point Slides combined with sketches on the chalkboard. Slides provided via Internet. Zomotor: Fahrwerktechnik: Fahrverhalten Mitschke, Wallentowitz: Dynamik der Kraftfahrzeuge Isermann, R.: Fahrdynamik Regelung. Kortm, W., Lugner, P.: Systemdynamik und Regelung von Fzgen. 5 128 hrs per term 180 hrs per term

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E11 (Section Mechanical Engineering)


Module name: Alternative Antriebskonzepte Alternative Drive Concepts Module No. E 11 4 Dr.-Ing. Peter Kosack Dr.-Ing. Peter Kosack German For Master Degree Commercial Vehicle Technology as elective subject. 14 double-hour lectures, mostly one per week, some hours additionally as exercise block Contact study workload: 28 hrs per term Self-study workload: 52 hrs per term Overall workload: 80 hrs per term 3 Basics in Powertrain Engineering Understanding of the structure of energy generating systems and efficient use of energy in suitable powertrains, i.p.: Knowledge of energy supply structures and their quality criteria How to design a net model of energy converter systems for powertrains How to design a control loop model for vehicles How to handle requirement profiles How to judge different drives Sources of energy and forms of energy Energy supply structures Sustainability and ecological footprint Energetic product life cicle Net model of energy converter systems Energy efficiency and energy management in vehicles Energy storage Control loop model and functionality of Commercial Vehicles Requirement profiles for drives Examples for alternative drives Written or oral examination at the end of each semester (depending on the number of examinees) Power Point Slides combined with sketches on the chalkboard. Slides provided via Internet. Given in the lecture

Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload:

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E 12 (Section Computer Science)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: System Description Languages: Synthesis Systembeschreibungssprachen: Synthese Module No. E12 1st Prof. Klaus Schneider Prof. Klaus Schneider German and English (alternating) For Master Degree Commercial Vehicle Technology as elective subject. 2 h Lectures + 1 h Exercise

Contact study workload: 42 hrs per term Self-study workload: Overall workload: 78 hrs per term 120 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content:

4 Ability in modelling and programming of parallel and hybrid systems Skills in Compilation/Synthesis of System Descriptions HW/SW-Synthesis of conditional actions causality analysis interfaces and codesign operation scheduling resource allocation resource binding design space exploration

Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media:

Oral examination Blackboard/flipchart/etc. Transparencies/beamer/etc. Transparencies for downloading (as PDF)

Literature:

G. Berry, The Esterel Language Primer, 2000 G. Berry, The Constructive Semantics of Esterel, 1999 N. Halbwachs, Synchronous programming of reactive systems, Kluwer, 1993 Benveniste, P. Caspi, S. Edwards, N. Halbwachs, P. Le Guernic, and R. de Simone, The Synchronous Languages Twelve Years Later, Proceedings of the IEEE, 91(1):64-83, 2003 D. Harel and A. Naamad, The STATEMATE Semantics of Statecharts, ACM Transactions on Software Engenieering Methods, 5(3):293-333, 1996 N. Halbwachs, P. Caspi, P. Raymond, and D. Pilaud, The Synchronous Dataflow Programming Language LUSTRE, IEEE

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Proceedings, 79(9):1305-1320, 1991 S. Palnitkar, Verilog HDL, Prentice Hall, 2003 G. Lehmann, B. Wunder, and M. Selz, Schaltungsdesign mit VHDL: Synthese, Simulation und Dokumentation digitaler Schaltungen, Franzis Verlag, 1994 P.J. Ashenden, VHDL Cookbook, im Internet verfgbar, Stand 1990 Modelica: A Unified Object-Oriented Language for Physical Systems Modeling, Tutorial Version 1.4 Internet sources: www.modelica.org www.systemverilog.org www.synalp.org

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E 13 (Section Computer Science)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: System on Chip Design System on Chip Entwurf Module No. E 13 3rd Prof. Dr.-Ing. Norbert Wehn Prof. Dr.-Ing. Norbert Wehn German and English (alternating) 2 h Lecture + 1 h Exercise

Contact study workload Self-study workload Overall workload

42 hrs per term 78 hrs per term 120 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

4 Basics in electronics, microelectronics and digital systems Knowledge in design methods, architectures, verification and system level integration on silicon. Ability to Design a system on chip on system level with hardware description language

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Introduction System Modeling Hardware-Software Codesign SoC Verification Configurable System on Chip Chip Multiprocessors (CMP) Network on Chip Oral exam Transparencies, beamer etc. Will be provided in the class

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E 14 (Section Computer Science)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Autonome Mobile Roboter I & II(AMRI & II) Autonome Mobile Roboter I & II(AMRI & II) Module No. E 14 2nd Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Karsten Berns Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Karsten Berns German Elective subject for Master course Commercial Vehicle Technology 4 h Lecture + 2 h Exercise

Contact study workload Self-study workload Overall workload

84 hrs per term 156 hrs per term 240 hrs per term

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8 Basics in Computer Systems and Robotics Basic knowledge in the field of autonomous mobile robots. The following aims should be achieved: Kinematics of autonomous mobile robots Lokalisation and mapping Concepts fort he development of complex control systems Dynamics of autonomous mobile robots Lokalisation and mapping Advanced sensor systems Application of vison Kinematics of wheel-driven robots System components Navigation Collision avoidance Lokalisation and mapping Dynamics of wheeled-driven robots SLAM (Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping) Algorithms for the estimation of positions Vison in mobile robotics Oral or written exam Transparencies/beamer/etc. Transparencies for downloading (as PDF) R- Siegwart and I.R. Nourbakhsh (2004). Introduction to Autonomous Mobile Robots. The MIT Press S. Iyengar and A. Elfes (1991). Autonomous Mobile Robots Perception, Mapping and Navigation, volume 1. Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Jones, J. L. (1993). Mobile Robots-From Inspiration to

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Implementation. Addison Wesley. Concrete literature will be announced in the lecture.

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E 15 (Section Computer Science)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Verification of Reactive Systems Verifikation reaktiver Systeme Module No. E 15 3rd Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Klaus Schneider Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Klaus Schneider German and English (alternating) Elective Module for CVT 4 h Lecture + 2 h Exercise

Contact study workload Self-study workload Overall workload

84 hrs per term 156 hrs per term 240 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content:

8 Knowledge about model checking of temporal properties Understanding of and ability to use verification tools in basic applications Model checking procedures and translations for different specification logics like: temporal logics -automata -calculus Accellera's property specification language (PSL; IEEE standard) Moreover, property preserving reductions like symmetry reduction, partial order reductions, and bisimulation reductions are considered.

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Oral exam blackboard/flipchart/etc. transparencies/beamer/etc. transparencies for downloading (as PDF) E.M. Clarke, O. Grumberg und D. Peled, Model Checking, MIT Press, 2000 B. Berard, M. Bidoit, A. Finkel, F. Laroussinie, A. Petit, L. Petrucci, P. Schnoebelen, B. Berard, M. Bidoit, A. Finkel and F. Laroussinie, A. Petit, L. Petrucci und P. Schnoebelen, Systems and Software Verification. Model-Checking Techniques and Tools, Springer, 2001 Schneider K., Verification of Reactive Systems Formal Methods and Algorithms, Springer Verlag, 2003

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E 16 (Section Computer Science)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Bussystems Bussysteme Module No. E 16 2nd Dr.-Ing. habil. Bernd Schrmann Dr.-Ing. habil. Bernd Schrmann German Elective Module for CVT that is practically oriented. It is an advanced module in the area of Embedded Systems and Robotics. 2 h Lecture + 1 h Exercise

Contact study workload Self-study workload Overall workload

39 hrs per term 81 hrs per term 120 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content:

4 Basic knowledge of computers and computer systems Knowledge of data communication via buses and networks. Skills to evaluate the performance of bus systems. Physical basics (signals, sampling, modulation, bus drivers) Basics of data communication (communication forms, synchronization, data protection) Network topologies Communication protocols Basics of interfaces and buses (parallel and serial buses, arbitration) System buses (requirements, cache coherence, historical development) Interfaces and peripheral buses Computer networks (communication models and devices, examples of LANs and WANs) Buses in embedded systems, buses in automotive environment Oral exam transparencies/beamer/etc. transparencies for downloading (as PDF) B. Schrmann, Grundlagen der Rechnerkommunikation, ViewegVerlag, 2004

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E 17 (Section Computer Science)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: 2h Lecture + 1 h Exercise Process Modeling Prozessmodellierung Module No. E 17 2 nd Prof. Dr. Dieter Rombach Prof. Dr. Dieter Rombach, Dr. Mnch German and English (on request)

Contact study workload Self-study workload Overall workload

45 hrs per term 81 hrs per term 120 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

4 Foundations of Software Engineering Gaining knowledge and capabilities for designing, creating, analyzing, and applying software development processes Becoming acquainted with industrial software development processes Independent modeling of software development processes Advantages and disadvantages of process modeling techniques Applying process models effectively for different purposes Process Modeling is a specialization field that is practically oriented.The development and maintenance of commercial vehicles requires integrated processes for different disciplines (e.g., mechanics, software). This class focuses on software development processes and demonstrates their integration with processes of different type in the overall system development and maintenance process. Topics: Introduction and classification (objectives, research and application areas) Terminology (process model, role, 4-domain-principle) Prescriptive process modeling (life cycle models, standards, examples, assessment criteria, process gates) Descriptive process modeling (possible usages, procedure, process elicitation) Process modeling notations (Appl/A, Funsoft Nets, Marvel, Statemate, MVP-L, IDEF0, ETVX) Process modeling tools (ECMA/NIST reference model, modeling tools, PSSEs, examples) Software project planning (effort estimation, schedule planning, personnel planning, sequence planning) Project monitoring and management (data collection, visualization of metrics) Other usages (SPI, QIP, ISO 15504, ISO 9000, CMMI, process simulation)

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Future developments (agile process documentation, process machines, process patterns) Oral or written exam transparencies/beamer/etc. transparencies for downloading (as PDF) Jean-Claude Derniame, Badara Ali Kaba, David Wastell (Eds.): Software Process: Principles, Methodology, and Technology. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 1500, Springer, 1999. Finkelstein, A., Kramer, J., Nuseibeh, B. (eds): Software Process Modelling and Technology. Taunton: Research Studies Press, 1994. Christian Bunse und Antje von Knethen. Vorgehensmodelle kompakt. Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, Heidelberg, 2002.

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E 18 (Section Computer Science)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Product Line Engineering Product Line Engineering Module No. E18 3rd Prof. Dr. Dieter Rombach Prof. Dr. Dieter Rombach, Dr. Muthig German and English (alternating) Elective Module for CVT-Masterstudies 2 h Lecture + 1 h Exercise

Contact study workload Self-study workload Overall workload

42 hrs per term 78 hrs per term 120 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

4 Foundations of Software Engineering Transfer of knowledge and education in activities required for a systematic planning and realization of product lines (PL), or respectively software reuse in general. Organizational issues (reuse life cycle, migration) Definition, development and assessment of product line architectures Modelling and implementation of generic components Analysis of product variants Support of software development by reverse engineering Basic concepts of product lines (commonality, variability, decisions) Role and concepts of architectures (styles, patterns, and scenarios) Implementation technologies (MDA, Preprocessors, aspectorientend development) Technology transfer (Adaptation and adoption of technologies, migration strategies) Reverse-Engineering (basic and detailed analyses, reconstruction of architectural views and structures) Domain analysis (product map, management of varying requirements and system characteristics) Oral or written exam transparencies/beamer/etc. transparencies for downloading (as PDF)

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Atkinson et. al., Component-based Product Line Engineering with UML. Addison-Wesley 2001 Weiss, Lai: Software Product-Line Engineering. A Family-Based Software Development Process Addison-Wesley, 1999

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Clements: Software Product Lines. Practices and Patterns. Northrop, 2002

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E 19 (Section Computer Science)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Networked Systems Vernetzte Systeme Module No. E19 3rd Prof. Dr.-Ing. Reinhard Gotzhein Prof. Dr.-Ing. Reinhard Gotzhein German Elective Module for CVT- Master studies 2 Lectures, 1 Exercise

Contac-study workload: 72 h pro Semester Self-study workload: Overall workload: 78 h pro Semester 120 h pro Semester

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Learning Outcomes

4 Basics of Communication Systems Detailed understanding of functions, structure and methods of working of networked systems: distributed applications method of working of selected communication technologies ad-hoc networks systematics of quality of service functionalities systematics of routing approaches specialized Internet protocols security in computer networks distributed applications (ambient intelligence, multimedia, production automation) communication technologies (e.g., ATM, CAN, WLAN) quality of service (QoS specification, QoS provision, QoS control, QoS management, QoS mechanisms) routing (topology-/position-based, proactive/reactive, adaptive/non-adaptive, unicast/multicast, best effort/QoS, flat/hierarchical, source based/distributed) Internet technologies (IPv6, RTP) security (firewall, packet filter, application level gateway) Oral or written exam transparencies/beamer/etc. transparencies for downloading (as PDF) K. Etschberger: CAN Grundlagen, Protokolle, Bausteine, Anwendungen; Hanser Verlag, 1994 E. Nett, M. Mock, M. Gergeleit: Das drahtlose Ethernet Der IEEE 802.11 Standard: Grundlagen und Anwendung, Addison-Wesley,

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2001 A. Campbell, C. Aurrecoechea, L. Hauw: A Review of QoS Architectures, ACM Multimedia Systems Journal, Special Issue on QoS Architecture, 1998 C. E. Perkins, P. Bhagwat: Highly Dynamic Destination-Sequenced Distance-Vector Routing (DSDV) for Mobile Computers, ACM SIGCOMM'94, 1994, pp. 234-244 C. E. Perkins, E. M. Belding-Royer, S. R. Das: Ad hoc On-Demand Distance Vector (AODV) Routing, draft-ietf-manet-aodv-13, Mobile Ad Hoc Networking Working Group, IETF, 2003 S. Chen, K. Nahrstedt: Distributed Quality-of-Service Routing in AdHoc Networks, IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, Vol. 17, No. 8, 1999, pp. 1-18 S. Deering, R. Hinden: Internet Protocol, Version 6 (IPv6) Specification, IETF RFC 2460, 1998 R. Oppliger: Internet and Intranet Security (2nd Edition), Artech House, 2001

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E 20 (Section Computer Science)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload Sicherheit in verteilten Systemen Security in distributed systems Module No. E 20 3rd Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jens Schmitt Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jens Schmitt German and English (alternating) Elective Module for CVT-Masterstudies 2 Lectures, 1 Exercise

Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload:

42 h pro Semester 78 h pro Semester 120 h pro Semester

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

4 Communications Systems Knowledge of theoretical as well as practical aspects of security in distributed systems. Knowledge of cryptographic fundamentals Ability to use cryptographic methods in fixed as well as in wireless and mobile systems.

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The goal of this course is to present theoretical as well as practical aspects of security in distributed systems. Cryptographic fundamentals are explained as much as they are necessary to understand their use both in fixed as well as in wireless and mobile systems. Practical examples are given throughout the course. Topics: History of secure communications Symmetric cryptography: DES, 3DES, AES Asymmetric cryptography: RSA, Diffie-Hellman, El Gamal Cryptographic protocols: Needham-Schroeder, Kerberos, X.509 Security protocols in the link layer: PPP, EAP, PPTP, L2TP Security protocols in the network layer: IPSec Security protocols in the transport layer: SSL/TLS, SSH Security in mobile systems Security in WLAN Security in wireless sensor networks Oral or written exam Transparencies Transparencies for Downloading (as PDF) G. Schfer: Netzsicherheit, dpunkt Verlag, 2003. B. Schneier: Applied Cryptography, John Wiley & Sons, 2nd Edition, 1996.

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J. Buchmann: Einfhrung in die Kryptographie, Springer-Verlag, 1999.

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E 21 (Section Electrical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Elektrische Antriebstechnik II ( EAT II ) Electrical Drives II Module No. E 21 2nd Prof. Dr. G. Huth Prof. Dr. G. Huth Deutsch (oder Englisch) Elective Module for CVT-Masterstudies 2 h Lectures, 1 h Exercise

Contact study workload: 39 hrs per term Self-study workload: Overall workload: 81 hrs per term 120 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

4 Electrical drive engineering I (M 10) Knowledge of the most important parameters in project engineering of electrical drive systems Ability to project electrical drive systems Knowledge of the construction as well as the winding of synchronous machines Mastery in modelling of conventional synchronous machines as a Vollpolmaschine and as a Schenkelpolmaschine as well as description of the stationary behaviour mode Mastery in modelling of converter-driven synchronous machine drives as well as description of the stationary behaviour mode Judgement of the start-up and synchronizing of synchronous drives Judgement of the pendulum processes possible with synchronous machine drives Parameters in project engineering of electrical drive systems Iterative project engineering process Construction, modelling and stationary behaviour mode of the Vollpol-synchronous machine Construction, modelling and stationary behaviour mode of the Schenkelpol-synchronous machine Speed-changeable drives with synchronous machines Frequency-controlled synchronous machine Stromrichtermotor Field driven synchronous machine Drehzahlvernderbare Mehrmotorenantriebe mit permanentmagneterregten Synchronmotoren sowie Reluktanzmotoren Start-up and synchronizing process Pendulum processes possible with synchronous machine drives

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Oral exam Slides and blackboard Riefenstahl : Elektrische Antriebstechnik , Teubner Simon, Fransua u.a. : Elektrische Maschinen und Antriebssysteme, Vieweg W. Leonhard : Regelung elektrischer Antriebe , Springer

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E 22 (Section Electrical Engineering)


Alternatively to E18, M8 (Electric Drive Technology) can be chosen as an Elective Module name: Linear Control Lineare Regelungen Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Module E 22 1 st or 3rd Prof. Dr. S. Liu Prof. Dr. S. Liu German and English Basic lecture with theoretical orientation 3 h Lectures, 1 h Exercise

Contact study workload: 56 hrs per term Self-study workload: Overall workload: 94 hrs per term 150 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

5 Understanding and applying the structure and procedure of the feedback control Ability in the analysis of time-continuous and time-discretely dynamic systems in time and frequency domain Ability in the systems analysis in the state space Mastery in control design methods with the help of the transfer function Mastery in control design methods using the state space Mastery in model based observer design Control loop analysis using transfer function Control loop analysis using the state space Desingning root locus and frequency response characteristics Desing of state regulator and state observer All methods are treated in the time-continuous as well as in the timediscrete case Written exam Specific website Slides (Powerpoint, PDF)

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Lunze: Regelungstechnik 1, Springer Verlag Shinners: Modern Control System Theory and Design, Wiley, 1998 Franklin/Powell/Emami-Naeini: Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems, Prentice Hall International, 2005

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E 23 (Section Electrical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Nichtlineare und Adaptive Regelungen Nonlinear and adaptive control Module No. E23 2nd Prof. Dr. S. Liu Prof. Dr. S. Liu Deutsch/Englisch Specialization in mechatronics, theoretical orientation 3 h Lectures, 1 h Exercise

Contact study workload: 52 hrs per term Self-study workload: Overall workload: 98 hrs per term 150 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

5 Linear Control (time continuous and time discrete) Ability to analyse simple nonlinear dynamic systems Kenntnisse der klassischen Stabilittskonzepte fr nichtlineare Systeme Knowledge and use of the most important synthesis methods for the design of nonlinear control units Knowledge of differential geometric and differential algebraic methods and there use in designing nonlinear systems Knowledge of the most important applications of nonlinear control systems System analysis using the describing function Stabilittsbetrachtung nach Ljapunow, Popow und Hyperstabilitt Stability analysis according to Ljapunow, Popow and hyperstability Concepts of state liearization and Nulldynamik, nonlinear state observing Flachheitsbasierte steering and controling Concept of nonlinear model predictive control Written or oral exam Specific website Slides (Powerpoint, PDF) J.J. E. Slotine/W. Li: Applied nonlinear control, Prentice Hall, 1991, ISBN: 0-13-040890-5 O. Fllinger: Nichtlineare Regelungen, Oldenbourg Verlag, 1993, ISBN: 3-486-22497-2 T. Wey, nichtlineare Regelungssysteme, Teubner Verlag, 2002, ISBN: 3-519-00395-3

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E 24 (Section Electrical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: CAE in control engineering CAE in der Regelungstechnik Module No. E24 3rd Dr.-Ing. C. Tuttas Prof. Dr.-Ing. S. Liu und Dr.-Ing. C. Tuttas German or English Elective Module for CVT-Masterstudies 2 h Lectures, 1 h Exercise

Contact study workload: 42 hrs per term Self-study workload: Overall workload: 78 hrs per term 120 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

4 Basics in automation Ability to describe dynamic time continuous and time discrete systems simulation ready Knowledge about attributs of numerical integration methods Ability to use simulation program MATLAB/SIMULINK Evaluation of simulation results Mastery in computer aided control design Mastery in computer aided control analysis Modelling of dynamic systems Attributs of numerical integration methods Use of simulation program MATLAB/SIMULINK Computer aided control analysis using MATLAB/SIMULINK Computer aided design in wellknown methods (Bode diagram, root locus) in state design Oral or written exam Overhead beamer or powerpoint slides Weinmann: Computeruntersttzung fr Regelungsaufgaben, Springer Verlag, 1999

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E 25 (Section Electrical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Real-Time Systems and Applications I (RT I) Echtzeitsysteme und Anwendung I Module No. E 25 2nd Prof. Dr. techn. Gerhard Fohler Prof. Dr. techn. Gerhard Fohler & international experts/ guest lecturers English Elective Module for CVT-Masterstudies 2 h/week lectures; 1 h/week laboratory

Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload:

39 h per term 81 h per term 120 h per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

4 Programming, algorithms, operating systems, networks, computer architecure Understanding of nature of real-time systems; why and how they differ from standard computing systems. Knowledge of the major types of resource allocation schemes and addresses issues in QoS management.

Content:

The course will provide understanding in the nature of real-time systems and why and how they differ from standard computing systems. It gives an overview of the major types of resource allocation schemes, including offline and online, and addresses issues in QoS management. It is accompanied by a lab. Real-time, real-time systems and models, applications Types and properties of real-time systems Scheduling of single and multiprocessor systems Online scheduling of periodic and non periodic activities QoS Management, mediaprocessing Written exam Computer presentation, handouts, webpage Paper handouts during lecture.

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E 26 (Section Electrical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Real-Time Systems and Applications II (RT II) Echtzeitsysteme und Anwendung II Module No. E 26 3rd Prof. Dr. techn. Gerhard Fohler Prof. Dr. techn. Gerhard Fohler & international experts/ guest lecturers English Elective Module for CVT-Masterstudies 2 h/week lectures; 1 h/week laboratory

Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload:

42 h per term 78 h per term 120 h per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content:

Deeper understanding of real-time systems issues, especially in applications ranging from safety critical systems, such as airplanes and cars. This course will deepen the understanding of real-time systems issues of the course Real-time Systems I. It will cover additional topics, provide relations and deeper understanding between basic issues. It is accompanied by a lab. Areas include: Off-line scheduling Scheduling of multiprocessor systems Real-time Networks QoS Management Real-time mediastreaming The international research community, conferences, in addition to the scientific contents Brief information about related projects going on at the department.

Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

Written exam Computer presentation, handouts, webpage Giorgio Buttazzo, "Hard Real-Time Computing Systems: Predictable Scheduling Algorithms and Applications".

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E 27 (Section Electrical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Englisch (oder Deutsch) Beside general knowledge to networks and bus systems in the automation technology it is also entered especially on systems which are used in vehicles (CAN, LIN, FlexRay). The module is application specific. Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: 2 h Lectures Bussysteme in der Automatisierungstechnik (BAT) Networked Automation Systems Module No. E 27 2nd Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jrg Wollert

Contact study workload: 26 hrs per term Self-study workload: Overall workload: 64 hrs per term 90 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

3 Basics in automation Ability to deal with cross-linked automation problems Knowledge in basic structures of AT-network systems Knowledge in common bus and network architectures Mastery in methods for designing and analysis of distributed ATsystems Knowledge in problems of delay, information loss, ressourcesharing and synchronisation Knowledge in problems of system reliability Structures of AT-network systems (NAS) ISO/OSI-Model and TCP/IP-Model Overview in industrial used bus systems and networks Ethernet with extensions for industrial systems Automotive Networks (CAN, LIN, FlexRay) Problems of delay, information loss, ressource-sharing and synchronisation Reliability of AT-systems Influences of networking on reliability Oral exam Website, slides Selected papers on actual solutions and overview papers on standard methods are presented on the website

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E 28 (Section Electrical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Fundamentals of Digital Systems Module No. E 28 1st Prof. Dr. W. Kunz Dr. M. Wedler English Elective Module within the CVT-Curriculum Seminar, 2 hours per week, 1 hour excercise

Contact-study workload: Self-study study workload: Overall workload:

45 h per term 75 per term 120 per term

Credit points: Requirements under the examination regulations: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

Content:

Kenntnis der wichtigsten Bauelemente digitaler Schaltungen Kenntnis grundlegender Entwurfsprinzipien fr digitale Systeme Befhigung digitale Systeme durch abstrakte Verhaltensmodelle (z.B. Automaten) zu modellieren Verstehen des grundstzlichen Aufbaus moderner Prozessoren Befhigung, Vor- und Nachteile verschiedener Architekturen abzuwgen Entwurf und Optimierung von Schaltkreisen und Schaltwerken Bauelemente und Funktionseinheiten digitaler Entwrfe Von Neumann-Rechner Zahlendarstellung und Arithmetik MIPS Befehlssatz MIPS Datenpfad und Steuerwerk Parallelitt auf Befehlsebene Speicherhierarchie

Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

Oral Examination Website, slides Katz, R.: Contemporary Logic Design. Benjamin / Cummings, 2004, ISBN 8120328140 Patterson; Hennessy: Computer Organization and Design - The Hardware/Software-Interface. Morgan Kaufmann, 2008 Hennessy; Patterson: Computer Architecture A Quantitative Approach. Morgan Kaufmann, 2006

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E 29 (Section Electrical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Model-based diagnosis in CVT Modellbasierte Diagnose bei Nutzfahrzeugen Module No. E 29 3rd Prof. Dr.-Ing. Steven Liu Prof. Dr.-Ing. Steven Liu English/German Elective Module within the CVT-Curriculum Seminar, 2 hours per week, winter semester only

Contact-study workload: Self-study study workload: Overall workload:

28 h per term 62 per term 90 per term

Credit points: Requirements under the examination regulations: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

Linear control systems The module is especially designed for Commercial vehicles and offers practical and theoretical knowledge. First Step to independent research works in the field of model based diagnosis in commercial vehicles

Content: Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature: Seminar work, oral presentation Website, slides Will be announced at the beginning

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E 30a (Section Electrical Engineering)


Module name: Sensorelektronik: Technologie und Entwurf integrierter gemischt analog-digitaler Schaltungen & Systeme (TESYS) Sensor Electronics Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Module No. E30a 2nd Prof. Dr. A. Knig Prof. Dr. A. Knig German or English Elective; advanced topic of sensor circuit design for industrial and automotive systems; balanced theoretical and practical contents; offered only at TU Kaiserslautern 2 hours lecture and 2 hours computer based exercises per week

Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload:

52 h pro Semester 98 h pro Semester 150 h pro Semester

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

5 Basics of semiconductor devices and electronic circuits, Electronics II Knowledge of the required processes, methods, description approaches and tools for the computer-aided modelling, simulation and manufacturing of integrated analog and mixedsignal circuits Mastery of the Cadence DFW II IC design system and a common manufacturing technology (CMOS, BiCMOS) and design-kit (mixed-mode, mixed-signal) Overview of common analog and mixed-signal-circuits and building blocks, their properties, and their integration (layout design) Ability of independent realisation of a design project or a subproject in the context of a larger group design (MPC) Manufacturing technologies and -methods for integrated circuits (CMOS (bulk, SOI), BiCMOS) Device spectrum, process variations, yield, tolerances and softfaults Principles of layout-design for analog and mixed-signal circuits (matched-layout) Design methodology and tools of computer-aided design for integrated mixed-signal electronics (Hierarchical design, mixedmode, mixed-signal, AHDLs) Advanced device models (e.g., BSIM-models) Enhancement of circuits & building blocks (References etc.) Design techniques for applications-specific cells and blocks: selection, sizing, simulation, layout,extraction, post-layout simulation for application-specific operational amplifiers (OpAmp/OTA), Filters, AD/DA-converters, VCO etc. Modelling, design and layout realisation of digital circuits as components in integrated mixed-signal electronics

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Advanced issues : Noise, analog synthesis, testing, rekonfiguration, eigen- or self calibration, self-monitoring/-repair, adaptation

Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

Oral examination based on semester project. Course-specific web page with slides (ppt/pdf) Phillip E. Allen, Douglas R. Holberg, CMOS Analog Circuit Design, Oxford University Press, 2nd ed., 2002 R.C. Jaeger, T.N. Blalock: Microelectronic Circuit Design. McGrawHill, 2003, ISBN 007-232099-0 Kenneth R. Laker, Willy M.C. Sansen, Design of Analog Integrated Circuits and Systems, MacGrawHill, 1994. R. Jacob Baker, Harry W. Li, David E. Boyce, CMOS Circuit Design, Layout, and Simulation, IEEE Press, 1998. Hastings, The Art of Analog Layout, Prentice Hall, 2001 Jaeger, Introduction to Microelectronic Fabrication, Prentice Hall 2002 Geiger/Allen/Strader, VLSI Design Techniques for Analog and Digital Circuits Grey/Meyer, Analysis and Design of Analog Integrated Circuits

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E 30b (Section Electrical Engineering)


Module name: Sensorelektronik: Herstellungsverfahren und Entwurf integrierter Sensorsysteme (HEIS) Sensor Electronics Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Module No. E30 b 3nd Prof. Dr. A. Knig Prof. Dr. A. Knig German or English Elective; advanced topic of sensor circuit design for industrial and automotive systems; balanced theoretical and practical contents; offered only at TU Kaiserslautern 2 hours lecture and 2 hours computer based exercises per week

Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload:

52 h pro Semester 118 h pro Semester 170 h pro Semester

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

6 Basics of semiconductor devices and electronic circuits, Electronics II Understanding of the required microtechnological processes, methods, descriptions and tools for computer-aided modelling, simulation and manufacturing of integrated sensor systems Overview of typical integrated sensor concepts and building blocks, their corresponding properties and their integration with electronics Conceptual understanding and mastery of a design system (SoftMEMS/Cadence DFW II in conjunction with common manufacturing technologies (EUROPRACTICE)) Ability of the independent realization of an individual design project or a subproject in the context of a larger group project (MPC/MUMPS) Structure and design principles of standard CMOS-compatible sensors (2D/3D-image sensors, color- and NIR-sensors etc.) Sensor architectures and compensation of deviations and crosssensitivities Extension of standard technologies by additional processing steps, e.g., to achieve pressure- or fingerprint sensors Manufacturing technologies and -procedures of siliconmicromaching (Surface- and bulk-micromachining) Overview of further common procedures of MEMS/electronics for manufacturing, packaging and system integration Scaling - and process issues (yield/tolerances) Overview of common integrated sensor cells Inspiration from Bionics Design methodology and tools of computer-aided design for microsensors/MEMS Modelling and simulation techniques (e.g., different energy

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domains, FEM-concept) Design concepts for application-specific sensor cells and their integration with elektronics: Selection, sizing, simulation, layout, extraction, post-layout Feedback architectures for sensor systems Overview of mikroactuators in the context of microsensors Energy consumption & supply/self-sufficientMEMS (Eigen- or self-)calibration, rekonfiguration, self-monitoring/-repair in integrated sensor system, adaptation, Oral examination based on semester project. Course-specific web page with slides (ppt/pdf) Marc J. Madou, Fundamentals of Microfabrication The Science of Miniaturization, 2nd ed., CRC Press, 2002. Mohammed Gad-el-Hak, The MEMS-Handbook, CRC Press, 2002. Barth, Humphrey, Secomb (eds.), Sensors and Sensing in Biology and Engineering, Springer, 2003. M. Kasper, Mikrosystementwurf Entwurf und Simulation von Mikrosystemen, Springer 2000. T. Elbel, Mikrosensorik - Eine Einfhrung in Technologie und physikalische Wirkungsprinzipien von Mikrosensoren, Vieweg, 1996. W. Nachtigall, Kurt G. Blchel, Bionik Neue Technologien nach dem Vorbild der Natur, DVA, 2000.

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E 31 (Section Electrical Engineering)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Sensor Information Processing Sensorsignalverarbeitung (SENSIG) Module No. E31 3rd Prof. Dr. A. Knig Prof. Dr. A. Knig German or English Elective; advanced topic of sensor information processing for industrial and automotive systems, e.g., assistance systems; balanced theoretical and practical contents; offered only at TU Kaiserslautern 2 hours lecture and 2 hours computer based exercises per week

Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload:

Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload:

56 hrs per term 94 hrs per term 150 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

5 Basics of information and signal processing, measurement and instrumentation. Understanding of relevant principals and methods from the field of Computational Intelligence, in particular for the field of sensor technology Mastery of application of selected relevant methods and their configuration in a common design environment (Matlab) Ability to design, validate, and optimize complete applicationspecific system system Develop ability to adapt and extend the achieved implementation to changing needs Understanding of interdependence of system solution with available, potentially restricted implementation platforms (Sensors/Hardware) Basic methods of signal analysis and the computation of characteristic and invariant descriptors (features) Processing of signals from single sensors und homogeneous or heterogeneous Sensor-Arrays Dimensionality reduction of high-dimensional sensor data by linear and non-linear methods, e.g. by explicit selection of features Methods of cluster analysis Methods for multi-dimensional sensor data analysis: projection and visualisation, fusion Methods for classification of sensor data: statistical pattern recognition, artificial neural networks, Methods of rule-based and fuzzy classification Advanced optimization methods for parameter- or structure optimization of sensor systems Relations, dependencies, and optimization potential between sensor realization, electronics, and algorithmics.

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New aspects of reliable sensor systems (self-x properties) Oral examination based on semester project Course-specific webpage with slides (ppt/pdf) and examples (Matlab/QuickCog) R. Hoffmann, Signalanalyse und Erkennung, Springer 1998, ISBN 3540-63443-6 S. Haykin, Neural Networks A Comprehensive Foundation, Prentice Hall, 1998, ISBN 0132733501 K. Fukunaga, Introduction to Statistical Pattern Recognition, Academic Press, 1990, ISBN 0122698517 R. Duda, P. Hart, D. Stork, Pattern Classification, Wiley, 2000, ISBN 0471056693

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E 32 (Section Social Sciences)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Einfhrung in die Soziologie Introduction in Sociology Module No. E32 3 rd Prof. Dr. Hajo Weber Prof. Dr. Hajo Weber/Rascher Deutsch oder Englisch The module is an Elective Module in CVT. Note: 12 Credits Points must be gained from block soft skills and social sciences 2 h Vorlesung+ 1 bung

2. Credits: Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload: 3 Credits: Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload: 42 hrs per term 48 hrs per term 90 hrs per term 42 hrs per term 18 hrs per term 60 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content:

2 (Teilnahme) 3 (Teilnahme und Hausarbeit) Fhigkeit, Gesellschaften zu analysieren und soziologische Texte zu verstehen Die Veranstaltung vermittelt einen berblick ber zentrale Themen der systemtheoretischen Soziologie. Die Theorie sozialer Systeme stellt gegenwrtig eine der umfassendsten und am weitesten entwickelten Anstze der Soziologie dar. Behandelt werden: Entwicklung der Soziologie Grundlagen der Theorie sozialer Systeme Systemtypen: Gesellschaft, Organisation, Interaktion Evolution von Gesellschaften Gesellschaftliche Funktionssysteme: Politik, Wirtschaft, Erziehung

Cooperation (international or industry): Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature: PP-Folien Luhmann, N. (1998): Die Gesellschaft der Gesellschaft, 2 Bnde, Frankfurt Luhmann, N. (1987): Soziologische Aufklrung, 4 Bnde, Opladen Luhmann, N. (1997): Die Gesellschaft der Gesellschaft, Frankfurt: Suhrkamp Luhmann, N. Organisation und Entscheidung, Opladen, 2000

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Schimank, U./Schneck, M. Hg. (2008) Gesellschaft begreifen. Einladung zur Soziologie, Frankfurt new York

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E 33 (Section Social Sciences)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Industrielle Beziehungen und Arbeitspolitik Industrial Relations and Work Policies Module No. E33 3rd Prof. Dr. Hajo Weber Prof. Dr. Hajo Weber Deutsch/ Englisch The module is an Elective Module in CVT. Note: 12 Credits Points must be gained from block soft skills and social sciences V (2 h)

2 Credits: Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload: 3 Credits: Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload: 6 Credits: Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload: 28 hrs per term 152 hrs per term 180 hrs per term 28 hrs per term 62 hrs per term 90 hrs per term 28 hrs per term 32 hrs per term 60 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content:

2 (Anwesenheit), 3 (Teilnahme & Hausarbeit) 6 (Teilnahme, Referat, Ausarbeitung) Wissen ber die Soziologie industrieller Systeme und die zentralen Dimensionen industrieller Systeme. Die Arbeitsmrkte werden von den Arbeitsmarktparteien (Arbeitgeberverbnde, Gewerkschaften) reguliert, Eigenschaften deutscher und anderer Systeme industrieller Beziehungen werden ebenso thematisiert wie entsprechende Theorien.

Cooperation (international or industry): Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature: PP-Folien Mller-Jentsch, W.: Einfhrung in die Soziologie industrieller Beziehungen. Frankfurt/New York, 1983; Weber, H.: Unternehmerverbnde. Intermedire Organisationen zwischen Staat, Wirtschaft und Gewerkschaften, Frankfurt/New York, 1986.

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E 34 (Section Social Sciences)


Module name: Industriegesellschaften im Vergleich Industrial Societies: A comparative approach (US, Japan, Germany) Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Module No. E34 2nd Prof. Dr. Hajo Weber Prof. Dr. Hajo Weber English/ German The module is an Elective Module in CVT. Note: 12 Credits Points must be gained from block soft skills and social sciences V (2 h)

2 Credits: Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload: 3 Credits: Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload: 6 Credits: Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload: 28 hrs per term 152 hrs per term 180 hrs per term 28 hrs per term 62 hrs per term 90 hrs per term 28 hrs per term 32 hrs per term 60 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content

2 (Anwesenheit), 3 (Teilnahme & Hausarbeit) 6 (Teilnahme, Referat, Ausarbeitung) Fhigkeit, Gesellschaften vergleichend zu analysieren und Unterschiede und Gemeinsamkeiten in bestimmten sozialen Dimensionen zu erkennen. Nach dem Ende des kalten Krieges sehen amerikanische Autoren den Beginn des kalten Friedens heraufziehen: Die USA, Japan und Deutschland ringen um die konomische, technische und soziale Vorherrschaft. Die Veranstaltung versucht diesem thematischen Kontext aufzuarbeiten. Es wird dabei davon ausgegangen, da der Wohlstand der Nationen nicht mehr ausschlielich als Folge der Wettbewerbsfhigkeit einzelner Firmen und Industrien verstanden werden kann. Nationen entwickeln aufgrund ihrer sozialen Struktur unterschiedliche Kapazitten diesen Wettbewerb zu steuern. Auf der Basis der wirtschaftlichen Strukturen Japans, der USA und Deutschlands werden gesellschaftliche Bedingungen der Erzeugung und Steuerung nationaler Wettbewerbsfhigkeit und aktuelle Entwicklungen thematisiert. Zu den wirtschaftlichen Strukturen zhlen auch die unterschiedlichen organisatorischen Eigenschaften von Unternehmen. Anhand der aktuellen "lean production"-Diskussion werden unterschiedliche

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Organisationsprinzipien in unterschiedlichen gesellschaftlichen und organisatorischen Kontexten thematisiert. Damit verbunden ist ein Aufzeigen des intermediren Umfeldes, der Strukturen des Arbeitsmarktes, des Beschftigungs- und Bildungssystems. Den Abschlu bilden berlegungen zum Thema Industrie- und Technologiepolitik. Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature: PP-Folien

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E 35 (Section Social Sciences)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Soziale Dimensionen von Produktionssystemen Social Dimensions of Production Systems Module No. E35 3 rd Prof. Dr. Hajo Weber Dr. Martina Wegge English (German) The module is an Elective Module in CVT. Note: 12 Credits Points must be gained from block soft skills and social sciences V (2h)

2 Credits: Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload: 3 Credits: Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload: 6 Credits: Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload: 28 hrs per term 152 hrs per term 180 hrs per term 28 hrs per term 62 hrs per term 90 hrs per term 28 hrs per term 32 hrs per term 60 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content

2 (Anwesenheit), 3 (Teilnahme & Hausarbeit) 6 (Teilnahme, Referat, Ausarbeitung) Identifikation der Eigenschaften zentraler gesellschaftlicher Produktionssysteme Die gegenwrtige Reorganisation in einer Vielzahl von Wirtschaftsbetrieben orientiert sich an Konzepten der Produktion, etwa dem Toyota Produktionssystem. Die Veranstaltung fhrt in die zentralen Fragestellungen ein.

Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature: PP-Folien Liker, K. (2007) der Toyota Weg. 14 Managementprinzipien des weltweit erfolgreichsten Automobilkonzerns, Mnchen 2. Auflage Womack, J.P./ Jones, D.T./Roos, D. (1992) Die zweite Revolution in der Autoindustrie. Konsequenzen aus der weltweiten Studie aus dem Massachusetts Institute of Technology (5. Aufl.); Frankfurt/New York: Campus

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E 36 (Section Social Sciences)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Paradigms of Production Craft Mass Lean Production Produktionsparadigmen im Vergleich: Craft-Mass-Lean Production Module No. E 36 2nd/ 4nd (summer term) Prof. Dr. Hajo Weber Prof. Dr. Hajo Weber English (German) The module is an Elective Module in CVT. Note: 12 Credits Points must be gained from block soft skills and social sciences 14 double hour courses, one per week

Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload:

26 h per term 64 hrs per term 90 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content: Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

3 The comparison of production systems is the aim. Students get knowledge about the different dimensions of production paradigms. Competences: Management of dimensions of production paradigms oral exam Slides wird in der Vorlesung bekannt gegeben

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E 37 (Section Social Sciences)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Organisationssoziologie Organizational Sociology Module No. 37 2nd Prof. Dr. Hajo Weber Prof. Dr. Hajo Weber Deutsch/ Englisch The module is an Elective Module in CVT. Note: 12 Credits Points must be gained from block soft skills and social sciences V (2h)

2 Credits: Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload: 3 Credits: Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload: 6 Credits: Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload: 28 hrs per term 152 hrs per term 180 hrs per term 28 hrs per term 62 hrs per term 90 hrs per term 28 hrs per term 32 hrs per term 60 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content:

2 (Anwesenheit), 3 (Teilnahme & Hausarbeit) 6 (Teilnahme, Referat, Ausarbeitung) Fhigkeit, Organisationstheorien anzuwenden In der Wirtschaft und Erziehung - aber auch in anderen gesellschaftlichen Bereichen - erfllen Organisationen bedeutende Funktionen. Die Veranstaltung fhrt in zentrale Themen der Soziologie der Organisationen ein. Schulen Betriebe als spezifische Organisationen werden besonders thematisiert.

Cooperation (international or industry): Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature: PP-Folien Wird in der Vorlesung bekanntgegeben

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E 38a/b (Section Social Sciences)


Module name: Innovation Management: Idea Invention Innovation: A: Innovation Management B: Patent Laws & Trademarks Module No. E 38 a/b 3 rd Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Neuser Dr. Cornelia Blau English The module is an Elective Module in CVT. Note: 12 Credits Points must be gained from block social sciences 1 hour lecture/seminar per week Contact study workload: 13 hrs per semester Self-study workload: 22 hrs per semester Overall workload: 45 hrs per semester 2 (per course) none Introduction of the importance of innovation View of national and international innovation activity and important definitions of innovation management. Comprehension of the rich compound and of run innovation processes Knowledge of innovation processes in enterprises Knowledge of the importance of patents and trademarks within the process of innovation incl. their investigation in databases Knowledge of innovation strategies Learning how to stimulate and evaluate ideas Introduction in the management of innovation: basics and definitions Managerial Function in Innovation Processes: Enable Innovation Creativity techniques on selected examples National and international intellectual property (IP-) rights (like patents, utility models, trade marks and industrial designs)

Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format Workload:

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

Content:

Exam/ Study achievements: Teaching methods:

oral or written examination Activity (Aktionsform): descriptive, developing, exploratory learning, impulse-settings and inquiring-developments (e.g. lectures, talks (by the students), demonstration, question- and media-impulse, discussion) Social (Sozialform): lecture-style teaching, individual work, pair work, team work Teaching aids: handouts, checklists, lesson sheets, work sheets, lecture notes Media: speech, PowerPoint-presentation, transparencies, internet, copies, video, black board, flip chart, workshop material Literature and information according the lectures via internet. Harvard Business manager

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E 39 (Section Social Sciences)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Leadership and Human Resource Management Fhrungsverhalten und Personalmanagement Module No. E39 2nd Prof. Dr. Hajo Weber Ingolf Rascher English or German For all degree programs in which the module is taught (including those being discontinued), indicate the degree program, area of specialization (where applicable), compulsory/optional, semester 14 double hour courses

Contact study workload: 26 hrs per term Self-study workload: Overall workload: 64 hrs per term 90 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

3 Besides normal organizations students gain knowledge on the organization of projects and events. Secondly the get knowledge of the human resource management and leadership. Competences: Management of Projects, Events and Human Resources

Content Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature: oral exam Slides To be announced in lecture

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E 40 (Section Social Sciences)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Wissensmanagement Knowledge Management: Theories and Applications Module No. 40 3 rd (winter term) Prof. Dr. Hajo Weber Ingolf Rascher Englisch/ Deutsch The module is an Elective Module in CVT. Note: 12 Credits Points must be gained from block soft skills and social sciences V (2 h)

2 Credits: Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload: 3 Credits: Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload: 6 Credits: Contact-study workload: Self-study workload: Overall workload: 28 hrs per term 152 hrs per term 180 hrs per term 28 hrs per term 62 hrs per term 90 hrs per term 28 hrs per term 32 hrs per term 60 hrs per term

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content: Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

2 (Anwesenheit), 3 (Teilnahme & Hausarbeit) 6 (Teilnahme, Referat, Ausarbeitung) Fhigkeit, die verschiedenen Aspekte des Wissensmanagements zu verstehen und anzuwenden Verteilung, Organisation und Aufbereitung von Wissen in Organisation und Gesellschaft PP-Folien Nonaka, Ikujiro/Takeuchi, Hirotaka (1997): Die Organisation des Wissens, Frankfurt am Mein. North, Klaus/Romhardt, Kai/Probst, Gilbert (2000): Wissensgemeinschaften - Keimzellen lebendigen Wissensmanagements. In: io-management 7/8. Schreygg, Georg (Hrsg.): Wissen in Unternehmen, Berlin. Wilkesmann, Uwe/Rascher, Ingolf (2002): Lsst sich wissen durch Datenbanken managen? In: Edeling, Thomas/Jann, Werner/Wagner, Dieter (Hrsg.): Wissenssteuerung und Wissensmanagement in Politik, Wirtschaft und Verwaltung, Opladen.

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Willke, H. (2001): Systemisches Wissensmanagement. Stuttgart.

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E 41 (Section Social Sciences)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Geschichte des abendlndischen Denkens Module No. E41 3 rd Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Neuser Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Neuser German The module is an Elective Module in CVT. Note: 12 Credits Points must be gained from block soft skills and social sciences Modifizierte Vorlesung/Seminar 2 SWS

Vorlesungen und bungen: Vor- und Nachbereitung: Insgesamt:

28 h pro Semester 62 h pro Semester 90 h pro Semester

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content:

3 Fhigkeit, Kulturdifferenzen/Denkkonzeptentwicklung in historischen und unter gesellschaftlichen Kontexten zu beurteilen. In Geschichte des abendlndischen Denkens (oder der Philosophie), versuche ich in vier Semestern eine Modellierung des abendlndischen Denkens von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart. Jedes Semester bezieht sich auf eine bestimmte historische Epoche und ist so konzipiert, dass Zuhrer auch dann erfolgreich teilnehmen knnen, wenn sie nur ein Semester oder zwei in diese Veranstaltung investieren wollen. Ziel ist es, hier am historischen Beispiel zu sehen, unter welchen (systematischen) Bedingungen welche Gedanken mglich sind und welche nicht. Ziel ist es ein Instrumentarium zu erarbeiten, um auf die Grenzen der Denkmglichkeiten unseres Kulturkreises reflektieren zu knnen, und damit zum einen ein kritisches Kontrollinstrument fr das eigene Denken zu haben, als auch beurteilen zu knnen, wie innovatives Denken in unserer Zeit mglich ist. oral exam Slides Eigene Skripte/Philosophiegeschichten

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E 42 (Section Social Sciences)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Technik und Gesellschaft Module No. E42 3 rd Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Neuser Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Neuser German The module is an Elective Module in CVT. Note: 12 Credits Points must be gained from block soft skills and social sciences Modifizierte Vorlesung/Seminar 2 SWS

Vorlesungen und bungen: Vor- und Nachbereitung: Insgesamt:

28 h pro Semester 62 h pro Semester 90 h pro Semester

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content:

3 Gesellschaftliche und kulturelle Standortbestimmung der Technikwissenschaften In dieser Veranstaltung werden unter dem Gesichtspunkt theoretischer und praktischer Philosophie sowohl die wissenschaftstheoretischen als auch wissenschaftshistorischen Aspekte einer Reflexion auf die kulturellen Voraussetzungen und Konsequenzen der Informatik bedacht und eine Einfhrung in ethische berlegungen, sowie sie das Berufsbild des Technikwissensschaftlers betreffen, dargelegt. Die Veranstaltung bezieht sich auf den Gegenstand der TechnikWissenschaften, so dass Technikfolgeabschtzungen behandelt werden, die den Studierenden eine gesellschaftliche und kulturelle Standortbestimmung ihres Berufs ermglichen..

Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

oral exam Slides Eigene Skripte/Philosophiegeschichten

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E 43 (Section Social Sciences)


Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Business ethics and ethical entrepreneurialism Wirtschaftsethik Modul No. E43 2 nd Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Neuser Dr. Becker English or German The module is an Elective Module in CVT. Note: 12 Credits Points must be gained from block soft skills and social sciences Modifizierte Vorlesung, 2 SWS

Vorlesungen und bungen: Vor- und Nachbereitung: Insgesamt:

26 h pro Semester 64 h pro Semester 90 h pro Semester

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content:

Begrndetes und kunstgerechtes ethisches Handelnknnen Die Veranstaltung befasst sich mit Entwrfen der Wirtschafts- und Unternehmensethik. Aktuelle Anstze werden vor dem Hintergrund der Geschichte des konomischen Denkens und der Tradition der philosophischen Ethik kritisch diskutiert. Neben Begriffsdifferenzierungen werden die Aufgaben einer wissenschaftlich orientierten Ethik und die rational kontrollierbaren Argumentationsstrategien gelehrt. Gegenstand sind unter anderem Texte von Aristoteles, Smith und Robbins sowie die Wirtschafts- bzw. Unternehmensethik von Homann, Steinmann/ Lhr und Wieland.

Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

oral exam Slides wird in der Vorlesung bekannt gegeben

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3. Laboratories and Project Work

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L1
Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Project Commercial Vehicle Technology (University or Industry Internship) L1 3rd Student must find a professor among the three faculties willing to supervise the project work The project work is mandatory for all master students. For students from Germany, Austria, Switzerland or Luxemburg it is recommended to combine this work with an internship or a study term in a foreign country. Self studies or project work.

Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content: Cooperation (international or industry): Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

4 Months 75 hrs, overall workload 300 hrs 10 Can be started at any time if at least 50 CP are gained Student shows his/her ability to work under direction of a professor or assistant on an engineering task and is able to solve it. Small Engineering project of manageable size. Working on an industry project under supervision of a professor (Company should be part of CVT industry) Project at one of the Partner Universities Technical written documentation on project planning, work and output. -

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L2
Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content: Cooperation (international or industry): Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature: Master Thesis L2 4th earliest Student must find a professor among the three engineering faculties willing to supervise the master thesis The master thesis is mandatory for all master students. Self studies or project work.

6 Months 150 hrs, overall workload 900 hrs 30 Can be started at any time if at least 83 CP are gained Student shows his/her ability to work autonomously to a large extent under direction of a professor or assistant on an engineering task and is able to solve it. Engineering project of manageable size. Working on an industry project under supervision of a professor is possible. Company should be part of CVT industry. Technical written documentation on project planning, work and output. Oral presentation of the project -

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4. Supplementary Modules

(Fcher zur Ergnzung fehlender Grundlagen)

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P1
Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: German Language Course (DSI-Course) Module P 1 1st & 2nd Dr.-Ing. P. Memar (International School for Graduate Studies) Inka Claussen German Mandatory module in the first two semesters Intensive Language and Orientation Course (incl. Lectures, Exercises and Laboratories). Intensive course (6-8 weeks) in summer or spring previous to the start of the lectures. The course is continued during the lecture period (1st and 2nd semester). Workload: Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content: None. The courses are offered in different levels. Students should acquire a basic knowledge of the German language Cooperation (international or industry): Exam/ Study achievements: DSI exam (Deutsche Sprachprfung fr Studierende internationalen Studiengngen) after the 2nd semester. in Intensive German Language course (especially designed for international Graduates) Cultural and social activities Support in administrative issues Approx. 300 hrs

The accomplishment of the DSI-exam is a precondition for continuing the study course. Forms of media: Literature: Will be handed out in the course

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P2
Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Supplementary Module 2 Vorlesungen + 1 bung Prof. Dr.-Ing. Paul Wei Prof. Dr.-Ing. Paul Wei Elektrotechnik fr Maschinenbauer I Module No. P 2

Vorlesungen & bungen: Vor- und Nachbereitung: Insgesamt:

42 h pro Semester 78 h pro Semester 120 h pro Semester

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content: Cooperation (international or industry): Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

4 (if exchanged with a mandatory subject in coordination with the mentor)

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P3
Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Elemente der technischen Mechanik I Module No. P 3 1st (winter) Dr.-Ing. Franz-Josef Barth Dr.-Ing. Franz-Josef Barth German Prep Course for students without a degree in mechanical engineering or similar 3 Vorlesungen + 1 bung

Vorlesungen & bungen: Vor- und Nachbereitung: Insgesamt:

56 h pro Semester 94 h pro Semester 150 h pro Semester

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5 (if exchanged with a mandatory subject in coordination with the mentor) Basics in mechanical enineering Sicheres Beherrschen der Stereostatik Stereostatik: Krfte und Momente Zentrale und nichtzentrale Krftesysteme Mittelpunkte Kinematische und statische Bestimmtheit Schnittgren Haftung und Reibung Prinzip der virtuellen Verschiebungen.

Cooperation (international or industry): Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

Klausur Slides, PDF P. Hagedorn: Technische Mechanik, Bd. 1, Statik, Verlag Harry Deutsch D. Gross, W. Hauger, W. Schnell: Technische Mechanik, Bd. 1, Statik, Springer Verlag O. Bruhns, Th. Lehmann: Elemente der Mechanik I, Vieweg Verlag; Wriggers, Nackenhorst u.a.: Technische Mechanik kompakt, Teubner Verlag

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P4
Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Elemente der Technischen Mechanik II Module No. P 4 2nd Dr.-Ing. Franz-Josef Barth 2 Vorlesungen + 2 bungen Deutsch Prep Course for students without a degree in mechanical engineering or similar Vorlesungen & bungen

Vorlesungen & bungen: Vor- und Nachbereitung: Insgesamt:

52 h pro Semester 98 h pro Semester 150 h pro Semester

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content:

5 (if exchanged with a mandatory subject in coordination with the mentor) Grundvorlesung Technische Mechanik I. (P 3) Sicheres Beherrschen der Elastostatik Elastostatik: Spannungen Verzerrungen Hookesches Gesetz Flchentrgheitsmomente Gerade und Schiefe Balkenbiegung Querkraftschub Torsion Energiemethoden

Cooperation (international or industry): Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

Klausur Slides, PDF Schnell, Gross, Hauger: Technische Mechanik, Bd. 2 Elastostatik, Springer Verlag P. Hagedorn: Festigkeitslehre, Harri Deutsch Verlag O. Bruhns, Th. Lehmann: Elemente der Mechanik II, Vieweg Verlag Wriggers, Nackenhorst u.a.: Technische Mechanik kompakt, Teubner Verlag

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P5
Module name: Projective Geometry and Technical Drawing Darstellende Geometrie und technisches Zeichnen fr Hrer anderer Fachrichtungen Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Module No. P 5 1st Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Schindler Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Schindler German Prep Course for students without a degree in mechanical engineering or similar 8 double hrs lessons + 8 double hrs exercise

Contact-study workload: 32 h pro Semester Self-study workload: Overall workload: 88 h pro Semester 120 h pro Semester

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content:

4 Ability to create and read technical drawings. projective geometry (projections, cuts, blanks, penetration) technical drawing (types of drawings, contents and creation with respect to the actual norms)

Cooperation (international or industry): Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

certificate Power point slides, chalk board Fucke, Kirch, Nickel: Darstellende Geometrie, 16. Aufl. (2004) Fachbuchverlag Leipzig Hesser, Hoischen: Technisches Zeichnen, 30. Aufl., (2005) Cornelsen Verlag

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P6
Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Maschinenelemente fr Hrer anderer Fachrichtungen Module No. P 6 2nd N.N. (Neuer Kollege Messtechnik) N.N. German Prep Course for students without a degree in mechanical engineering or similar 2 Vorlesungen + 2 bungen

Vorlesungen & bungen: Vor- und Nachbereitung: Insgesamt:

52 h pro Semester 98 h pro Semester 150 h pro Semester

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content:

5 Darstellende Geometrie und technisches Zeichnen fr Hrer anderer Fachrichtungen Kenntnis und Anwendung typischer Maschinenelemente Normen Verbindungen (Form-, Kraft-, Stoff-, Schraub-) Federn (Energiespeicher, Kraft- und Wegerzeuger, Klemm- und Messfedern) Reibung und Schmierung Lager (Wlz-, Hydro-, Reib- und Sonderlager) Getriebe Kupplungen.

Cooperation (international or industry): Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

certificate Tafel, Folien; Beamer Niemann: Maschinenelemente 1 und 2, Springer Verlag; Khler, Rgnitz: Maschinenteile 1 und 2, Teubner.

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P7
Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format Workload: Programmentwicklung II fr Hrer anderer Fachrichtungen Module No. P 7 2nd Dr. Bauer Dr. Bauer German Prep Course for students without a degree in computer science or similar 2 Vorlesungen + 2 bungen Vorlesungen & bungen: 56 h pro Semester Vor- und Nachbereitung: 94 h pro Semester Insgesamt: 150 h pro Semester 5 Grundkenntnisse im Programmieren Die Studenten erhalten einen berblick ber Datenstrukturen und den Entwurf sowie die Analyse von effizienten Algorithmen und sie erwerben die Fhigkeit, diese Algorithmen zu implementieren. Die Vorlesung behandelt Datenstrukturen ( Listen, Stapel, Bume, Graphen ,..) Entwurfsverfahren fr effiziente Algorithmen ( Teilen & Herrschen, dyn. Programmieren, Greedy Method, Sortierverfahren)

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content:

Cooperation (international or industry): Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

Analyse von Algorithmen Die Darstellung erfolgt unabhngig von einer konkreten Programmiersprache; die Beispiele sind in Java. - Lsung von bungsaufgaben (Zulassungsvoraussetzung) - schriftliche Abschlussprfung Tafel, Folien; Beamer; Folien im pdf-Format zum Download Aho, A.; Hopcroft, J.; Ullman,J.; The Design And Analysis Of Computer Algorithms; Addison-Wesley Publishing Company; 1975 Brassard,G.; Bratley, P.; Fundamentals of Algorithms; Prentice-Hall 1996 Ottmann, T; Widmayer,P.; Algorithmen und Datenstrukturen; Spektrum Akademischer Verlag 1996 Schning, Uwe; Algorithmen kurz gefasst; Spektrum Akademischer Verlag 1997 Schning, Uwe; Algorithmik; Spektrum Akademischer Verlag 2001 Sedgewick, Robert; Algorithmen; Addison-Wesley Publishing Company; 1991 N. Wirth; Algorithmen und Datenstrukturen; Teubner Studienbcher; 1975

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P8
Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Einfhrung in die Informatik fr Hrer anderer Fachrichtungen Module No. P 8 2nd Dr. Kirchner Dr. Kirchner German Prep Course for students without a degree in computer science or similar 2 Vorlesungen + 1 bungen

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes: Content:

Vorlesungen & bungen: Vor- und Nachbereitung: Insgesamt: 4 -

42 h pro Semester 78 h pro Semester 120 h pro Semester

Grundverstndnis fr die Funktionsweise eines Rechners und der systemnahen Software Grundstrukturen datenverarbeitender Systeme (Algorithmen, Schichtenmodell) Technische Darstellung von Information, Codierung Logik-Schaltungen (Boole'sche Algebra, Schaltnetze und Schaltwerke, Automaten, elementare Bausteine) Prozessorarchitektur (v.Neumann-Rechner, Befehlsarten, Adressierungsarten, Ereignis-Behandlung) Verarbeitung von Befehlen in einem einfachen Prozessor (Operationswerk, Steuerwerk) Speicherhierarchie (Cache, virtueller Speicher) Verbindungsstrukturen und Peripheriegerte Programmerstellung und -Ablauf (Hhere Programmiersprachen, Laufzeit-Datenstrukturen, Optimierung, Compiler, Binder, Lader) Grundbegriffe und Funktionen von Betriebssystemen

Cooperation (international or industry): Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

mndliche oder schriftliche Abschlussprfung Tafel, Folien; Beamer; Folien im pdf-Format zum Download D.A.Patterson, J.L.Hennessy Rechnerorganisation und entwurf, die Hardware/Software-Schniffstelle, Elsevier 2005 E. Glatz, Betriebssysteme, Grundlagen, Konzepte, Systemprogrammierung, dpunkt.verlag 2006 Weitere Literatur wird in der Vorlesung bekanntgegeben

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P9
Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format Workload: Logik Module No. P 9 2nd Prof. K. Madlener Prof. K. Madlener, Prof. O. Mayer, Prof. R. Wiehagen German Prep Course for students without a degree in computer science or similar 2 Vorlesungen + 1 bungen Vorlesungen & bungen: 42 h pro Semester Vor- und Nachbereitung: 78 h pro Semester Insgesamt: 120 h pro Semester 4 Mathematik Grundkenntnisse im Programmieren Kenntnis und Anwendung von Syntax und Semantik der Aussagenund Prdikatenlogik, Fhigkeit zur Formalisierung von Eigenschaften in der Sprache der Logik, Fhigkeit zum Umgang mit Kalklen, Deduktion und Beweisen Aussagenlogik: Syntax und Semantik, Kalkle, deduktiver Aufbau der Aussagenlogik, natrliche Kalkle, algorithmischer Aufbau: Tableau-Methode, Davis-Putman-Algorithmen, Resolutionsverfahren. Prdikatenlogik: Syntax, Beziehungen zwischen Eigenschaften von Elementen, Semantik: Interpretationen, Belegungen, Bewertungen, Erfllbarkeit, Transformationen von Termen und Formeln, Unentscheidbarkeit der Allgemeingltigkeit, deduktiver Aufbau der Prdikatenlogik, Hauptstze von PL1, Theorien erster Stufe, Modelle, Aufzhlungsverfahren fr PL1, Tableau- und Resolutionsverfahren, Logisches Programmieren und Prolog.

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

Content:

Cooperation (international or industry): Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

- Lsung von bungsaufgaben (Zulassungsvoraussetzung) - Semestralklausuren (Zulassungsvoraussetzung) - schriftliche Abschlussprfung Tafel, Folien; Beamer; Folien im pdf-Format zum Download Sperschneider, Antoniou: Logic - A Foundation for Computer Science, Addison Wesley Nissanke: Introductory Logic and Sets for Computer Scientists, Addison Wesley

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P 10
Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Grundlagen der Robotik Module No. P 10 2nd Prof. K. Berns Prof. K. Berns German Prep Course for students without a degree in computer science or similar 2 Vorlesungen + 1 bungen

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

Vorlesungen & bungen: 42 h pro Semester Vor- und Nachbereitung: 78 h pro Semester Insgesamt: 120 h pro Semester 4 Grundkenntnisse im Rechnertechnik Grundlegende Kenntnisse im Bereich der Robotik. Folgende Lernziele werden verfolgt: Fhigkeit zur formalen Beschreibung von Robotersystemen Anwendung von Methoden zur Bahnsteuerung und Bahnplanung Konzept zum Aufbau komplexer Steuerungsarchitekturen Modellierung von Robotersystemen (Kinematik und Dynamik) Bahnplanung Steuerungsarchitekturen fr Robotersysteme Planung Grundlagen der Roboterprogrammierung

Content:

Cooperation (international or industry): Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

Lsung von bungsaufgaben Tafel, Folien; Beamer; Folien im pdf-Format zum Download Wolfgang Weber (2002). Industrieroboter. Fachbuchverlag Leipzig im Carl-Hanser-Verlag. Siegert, H.-J. and Bocionek, S. (1996). Robotik: Programmierung intelligenter Roboter. Springer Verlag. Husty, M., Karger, A., Sachs, H., and Steinhilper, W. (1997). Kinematik and Robotik. Springer Verlag. John J. Craig (2005). Introduction to Robotics Mechanics and Control, Pearson Education International

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P 10
Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Grundlagen der Robotik Module No. P 10 2nd Prof. K. Berns Prof. K. Berns German Prep Course for students without a degree in computer science or similar 2 Vorlesungen + 1 bungen

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

Vorlesungen & bungen: 42 h pro Semester Vor- und Nachbereitung: 78 h pro Semester Insgesamt: 120 h pro Semester 4 Grundkenntnisse im Rechnertechnik Grundlegende Kenntnisse im Bereich der Robotik. Folgende Lernziele werden verfolgt: Fhigkeit zur formalen Beschreibung von Robotersystemen Anwendung von Methoden zur Bahnsteuerung und Bahnplanung Konzept zum Aufbau komplexer Steuerungsarchitekturen Modellierung von Robotersystemen (Kinematik und Dynamik) Bahnplanung Steuerungsarchitekturen fr Robotersysteme Planung Grundlagen der Roboterprogrammierung Lsung von bungsaufgaben mndliche oder schriftliche Abschlussprfung Tafel, Folien; Beamer; Folien im pdf-Format zum Download Wolfgang Weber (2002). Industrieroboter. Fachbuchverlag Leipzig im Carl-Hanser-Verlag. Siegert, H.-J. and Bocionek, S. (1996). Robotik: Programmierung intelligenter Roboter. Springer Verlag. Husty, M., Karger, A., Sachs, H., and Steinhilper, W. (1997). Kinematik and Robotik. Springer Verlag. John J. Craig (2005). Introduction to Robotics Mechanics and Control, Pearson Education International

Content:

Cooperation (international or industry): Exam/ Study achievements: Forms of media: Literature:

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P 11
Module name: Abbreviation: Semester: Module coordinator: Lecturer: Language: Classification within the curriculum: Teaching format / class hours per week during the semester: Workload: Kommunikationssysteme Module No. P 11 2nd Prof. Jens Schmitt Prof. Jens Schmitt German Prep Course for students without a degree in computer science or similar 2 Vorlesungen + 1 bungen

Credit points: Recommended prerequisites: Targeted learning outcomes:

Vorlesungen & bungen: Vor- und Nachbereitung: Insgesamt: 4 -

42 h pro Semester 78 h pro Semester 120 h pro Semester

Detailliertes Verstndnis der Aufgaben, des Aufbaus und der Arbeitsweise moderner Kommunikationssysteme: Begriffsbildung Bildung von Medienabstraktionen Kommunikationsarchitekturen Kommunikationsfunktionalitten Beispiele: MAC-Protokolle (Ethernet, CAN, WLAN), InternetProtokolle (IP, ICMP, ARP, RIP, OSPF, TCP, UDP, FTP, SMTP) Architekturmodelle (Dienst-, Protokoll-, Schichtenarchitektur; Internet-Architektur, LAN-Architektur) physikalische Grundlagen (Signal, Bandbreite, physikalische Medien) Bitbertragung (Kodierung, Modulation, Multiplexing) Sicherungsprotokolle (Bitfehler, Fehlerkodierung, Fehlerbehandlung, Flusskontrolle) Protokolle in lokalen Netzen (Medien mit Mehrfachzugriff, Kollision, Arbitrierungsverfahren, CSMA, CSMA/CD, Token Passing) Vermittlungsprotokolle (Adressierung, Routing-Verfahren, berlastungssteuerung, Internetworking) Transportprotokolle (Adressierung, Problem der verzgerten Duplikate, Verbindungsmanagement, Flusskontrolle, berlastkontrolle) Anwendungsprotokolle (bertragung strukturierter Daten, ASN.1, Komprimierung von Daten, Adressierung, anwendungsspezifische Kommunikationsdienste)

Content:

Cooperation (international or industry): Exam/ Study achievements:

Lsung von bungsaufgaben mndliche oder schriftliche Abschlussprfung

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Forms of media: Literature:

Tafel, Folien; Beamer; Folien im pdf-Format zum Download J. Kurose and K. Ross. Computer Networking - A Top Down Approach Featuring the Internet. Pearson, 2nd Edition, 2003. S. Tanenbaum. Computer Networks. Prentice Hall, 4th edition, 2003. L.L. Peterson and B. Davie. Computer Networks A Systems Approach. Morgan Kaufmann, 2003.

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