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Study Plan
1. Semester
1. Semester Sp V Ü P S Cr
Fundamentals of Computer Engineering 1
Dr. Stefan Werner
En 2 1 - - 4
Fundamentals of Computer Engineering 1 Lab
Dr. Stefan Werner
En - - 1 - 1
Mathematics I1
Prof. Johannes Gottschling
En 4 2 - - 8
Measurement Technology
Prof. Niels Benson
En 2 1 - - 4
Mechanics I1
Prof. Wojciech Kowalczyk
En 2 2 - - 5
Network Analysis
Prof. Roland Schmechel
En 2 2 - - 5
Non-Technical Subjects B-ISE_PO19
There is no person assigned!
- - - - - 4
Sum 12 8 1 - 31
2. Semester
2. Semester Sp V Ü P S Cr
Logical Design of Digital Systems
Dr. Stefan Werner
En 2 1 - - 4
Logical Design of Digital Systems Lab
Dr. Stefan Werner
En - - 1 - 1
Mathematics I2
Prof. Johannes Gottschling
En 3 2 - - 7
Non-Technical Subjects B-ISE_PO19
There is no person assigned!
- - - - - 4
Physics
Prof. Michael Farle
En 2 1 - - 4
Physics Lab
Prof. Michael Farle
En - - 1 - 1
Procedural Programming
Prof. Axel Hunger
En 1 1 1 - 3
Static and Stationary Fields
Prof. Roland Schmechel
En 2 2 - - 5
Sum 10 7 3 - 29
3. Semester
3. Semester Sp V Ü P S Cr
Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering I3
Dr. Norbert H. L. Koster
En 2 2 - 2 6
Fundamentals of Electrical Power Engineering
Prof. Holger Hirsch
Dr. Jörg Stammen
Ge 2 1 - - 4
Introduction to Materials
Prof. Gerd Bacher
Ge 2 2 - - 5
Mathematics E3
Prof. Christoph Scheven
Ge 3 2 - - 6
Object-oriented Programming
Dr.-Ing. Jörg Petersen
Ge 2 1 - - 3
Object-oriented Programming Lab
Dr.-Ing. Jörg Petersen
Ge - - 1 - 1
Theory of Linear Systems
Prof. Andreas Czylwik
Ge 2 2 - - 4
Theory of Linear Systems Lab
Prof. Andreas Czylwik
Ge - - 1 - 1
Sum 13 10 2 2 30
4. Semester
4. Semester Sp V Ü P S Cr
Communications Engineering
Prof. Thomas Kaiser
Ge 2 2 - - 5
Computer Based Engineering Mathematics
Prof. Johannes Gottschling
En 1 1 - - 2
Computer Based Engineering Mathematics Lab Project
Prof. Johannes Gottschling
En - 1 1 - 2
Control Engineering EIT
Prof. Steven X. Ding
Ge 2 2 - - 5
Electrical Engineering Lab Part 1
Prof. Daniel Erni
Ge - - 1 - 1
Electrical Power Systems
Dr. Fekadu Shewarega
Ge 2 1 - - 4
Introduction to Electromagnetic Compatibility
Prof. Holger Hirsch
En 2 1 - - 4
Solid State Electronics
Prof. Nils Weimann
Ge 3 1 - - 5
Sum 12 9 2 - 28
5. Semester
5. Semester Sp V Ü P S Cr
Computer Based Systems
Dr. Reinhard Viga
Ge 2 1 - - 4
Control Engineering EIT Lab
Prof. Steven X. Ding
Dr. Chris Louen
Ge - - 1 - 1
Digital Control
Prof. Steven X. Ding
Ge 2 1 - - 4
Economics for Engineers
Dr. Alexander Goudz
Ge 2 1 - - 4
Elective B-EEE_PO19
There is no person assigned!
- - - - - 6
Electrical Engineering Lab Part 2
Prof. Daniel Erni
Ge - - 1 - 1
Electronic Devices
Dr. Wolfgang Brockerhoff
Ge 2 1 - - 4
Project Work
There is no person assigned!
Ge/En - - 3 2 6
Scientific Working
Prof. Rüdiger Deike
Ge/En - - - 1 1
Sum 8 4 5 3 31
6. Semester
6. Semester Sp V Ü P S Cr
Bachelor Thesis (ISE)
There is no person assigned!
Ge/En - - - - 12
Bachelor-Thesis Colloquium
There is no person assigned!
Ge/En - - - - 3
Fundamentals of Electronic Circuits
Prof. Rainer Kokozinski
Ge 2 1 - - 4
Industrial Internship
There is no person assigned!
Ge/En - - - - 12
Sum 2 1 - - 31
Total
Sum 57 39 13 5 180
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Beschreibung:

Die Elektrotechnik und Elektronik zählt zu den wichtigsten Bereichen der Industrie und Wirtschaft. Als Know-how-Träger dieser Technologien genießen ausgebildete Ingenieure in Deutschland weltweit einen hervorragenden Ruf. Dieser Studiengang vermittelt Kenntnisse über die Funktionalität von elektrischen Komponenten und Systemen der Elektrotechnik, Informationstechnik und Mikroelektronik. Beispiele für die Realisierung solcher Systeme werden den Studierenden ebenfalls vorgestellt. Einige der damit verbundenen Bereiche sind erneuerbare Energien, emissionsarme Kraftfahrzeuge, moderne Kommunikationstechnologie, drahtlose Kommunikation und Internet. Den Absolventen bieten sich interessante und vielfältige Einsatzmöglichkeiten in den Bereichen Service, Versuch, Produktion, Vertrieb und Verkauf, Projektierung, Beratung und Marketing in allen Unternehmen, die sich mit elektronischen Komponenten, Geräten und Systemen befassen. Potenzielle Arbeitgeber sind Produktionsunternehmen, die Spezifikation, Test und Integration sowie den Vertrieb und die Wartung von Komponenten, Geräten und Systemen anbieten.

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Studienort: Campus Duisburg
weitergehende Informationen:
Programmstart: WS
Studienart: Internationale Studienangebote
Description:

Electrical and electronic engineering is counted among the most important fields in the industry and economics. As know-how carriers of these technologies, trained engineers in Germany enjoy an excellent reputation worldwide. This course of studies will impart knowledge on the functionality of electrical components and systems used in electrical engineering, information technology and microelectronics. Examples on the realization of such systems will be presented to the students as well. Some of the domains related to it are renewable energies, low-emission motor vehicles, modern communication technology, wireless communication and internet. The graduates are offered interesting and diverse job opportunities in service, test, production, distribution and sales, project planning, consulting and marketing in all companies dealing with electronic components, devices and systems. Potential employers are manufacturing companies that offer specification, test and integration as well as distribution and maintenance of components, devices and systems.

 

Notice:
Examination Regulations:
Schedule:
Study Location: Campus Duisburg
Further Information:
Beginning of Program: WS
Type of Study: Internationale Studienangebote