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MEK

Pattern Recognition [M221]
Hough transformationen and RANSAC, statistical decision theory, Fourier-descriptors, classifiers and learning strategies, neural networks, sequential data analysis, hidden Markov models.

MES

Measurement Technology [E2B113]
Units, measurement principles and deviations, static and dynamic behaviour of measurement systems, error analysis, regression analysis. Analogue measurement: current, voltage and resistance measurement procedures, AC variables, power, time and frequency measurement procedures, analogue oscilloscope, digital measurement methods: analogue to digital converters, digital storage oscilloscope, digital multimeter, bridges, power supply units.

MRT

Microprocessor Technology [E2G112]
Structure, function and classification of micro-computers, processors and other components, software development tools, basic techniques of assembly language programming, C / assembler interface, development of micro-computer solutions for specified requirements, program development and emulation of typical microcomputer applications.

MSD

Mixed Signal IC-Design [E2G614]
CAD tools for analog circuit design, technology for analog devices, basic analog circuits, operational amplifiers, MOS transistors as analog switches, ADC and DAC, PLL.

NAE

Nanoelectronics [E2G422]
Properties of nano structures, lithography and nanoimprint, SXM techniques, Fundamentals of semiconductor physics, charge transport, quantum effects, nanoscale devices.

NAT

Communication engineering [E2G201]
Quadripole theory, linear and non-linear circuits, noise, frequency conversion, fundamentals of transmission line theory, principles of receivers.

NGN

Next Generation Networks [E620]
Fundamentals of modern telecommunication networks, physical layer (DSL, FTTx, PDH, SDH, WDM, OTH), data Link Layer (HDLC, PPP, Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, 10 Gigabit Ethernet, 40 / 100M Ethernet Gigabit LAN links, carrier-grade Ethernet), network layer (IPv4, ICMP, IPv6, routing and forwarding, router architectures, traffic engineering, QoS and DiffServ), shim Layer (MPLS, MPLS-TE, MPLS services, MPLS FRR).

ONT

Optical Communications [E2G312]
Fundamentals of optics, optical wave guides and fiber-optic cables, attenuation, measurement techniques, lasers, photo diodes, receivers, transmitters, optical amplifiers. Basic experiments related to the lecture: light guidance and transmission characteristics of fiber-optic cables, measurement of optoelectronic components, measurement of electro-optical components, active and passive coupling elements, simulations (optional).

PEV

Design and configuration of power distribution grids [E2G810]
introduction in power system planning, economic efficiency, safety, reliability, interpretation and application of short-circuit and load flow calculation, methods of load flow calculation, rated values and suitability of electric equipment, investment and operating costs, computer based load flow and short circuit calculations, practical example on power system design

PHY

Physics [E2B107]
Translation and rotation, oscillations and waves, acoustics, laws of conversion, fundamentals of the caloric theory, geometrical optics, basics of quantum theory: uncertainty principle, photoelectric effect, tunnel effect, physics of atoms and solid-states, ionization and radiation.

REG1

Control Engineering 1 [E2G202]
Description and presentation of time continuous transmission systems, types of systems and controllers, design of controllers in time and frequency domains, analysis of stability, introduction to computer aided simulation.

REG2

Control Engineering 2 [E2G410]
Discrete-time signals and systems, linear discrete-time control circuits, state-space control, complex controllers and systems.

REN

Renewable Energies [E2G805]
solar power, wind power, geothermal energy, hydropower, biomass, complementary technologies und aspects of cogeneration of heat and power, issues of plant design and economics assessments

S-ABW

Ergonomics [E2G118]
Requirements of people in modern work systems, work systems design versus motivation and performance, modern forms of work: teamwork, responsibility, autonomy.

S-ALM

Working and Learning Methods [E2G116]
Working and learning methods: mnemonics, self-motivation and self-management, structuring techniques: literature analysis and review, development of subdivisions.