# Curriculum Electrical Engineering

The curriculum of your degree consists of different module types, which provide you with specialist knowledge, mathematical-scientific basics, practical experience as well as contextual knowledge from areas such as communication and business.

In the third year of study, depending on your interest, you can choose between three main areas and take the corresponding specialization and elective modules. Click on each module to learn more about choices, language of instruction and ECTS credits.

## Module overview full-time

This module table is valid since 16. September 2019

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Context Modules

Project Modules

Subject-Specific Modules

Mathematics and Natural Science Modules

Semester 1, ECTS: 30, Semester week lessons: 30

Communication Competence 1

### Communication Competence 1

The Communication Competence 1 module focuses on the following aspects of communication training: Researching and processing information in a scientific context // Developing presentation skills // Organising communication and feedback in teams // Teaching language: DE/EN

Petrology Project

### Petrology Project

In the Metrology Project module, students learn how to use measurement instruments (multimeters, oscilloscopes, function generators) and additionally acquire the communicative skills required in the workplace. These topics are learned in a project completed in this module. // Teaching language: DE

Electricity 1

### Electricity 1

This module covers the fundamental principles of electricity. It focuses on a sound understanding of electrostatics, basic circuit elements and different circuit analysis strategies. // Teaching language: DE

Materials for Electrical Engineering

### Materials for Electrical Engineering

Materials in Electrical Engineering Basics - Structures - Properties - Applications - Technology // Teaching language: DE

Digital Technology

### Digital Technology

Design of combinational logic circuits with digital gates. Calculating with binary and hexadecimal numbers. Apply adding logic. Creating truth tables and temporal representation of digital signals. Design of sequential circuits and their description in VHDL. // Teaching language: DE

Computer Science 1

### Computer Science 1

Introduction to the basic concepts of the procedural programming language C // Teaching language: DE

Linear Algebra 1

### Linear Algebra 1

In this course, students learn the basic tools of linear algebra. These include vector and matrix calculus and the solution of linear equation systems. You also learn how to calculate with complex numbers and to use them in a number of applications. // Teaching language: DE

Analysis 1

### Analysis 1

Introduction to calculus. // Teaching language: DE

Physics 1

### Physics 1

The students acquire the physical and technical basics in the fields of kinematics, translation dynamics, momentum- energy- and charge-conservation. Using selected examples from these areas, the students learn about and apply the physical way of thinking and working as part of the modern technical thinking of engineers. // Teaching language: DE

Semester 2, ECTS: 30, Semester week lessons: 30

Communication Competence 2

### Communication Competence 2

The Communication Competence 2 module focuses on the following aspects of communication training: Collaborative writing and peer feedback in a scientific/professional context // Developing research skills // Audience-oriented communication // Teaching language: DE/EN

Digital Technology Project

### Digital Technology Project

In this module a digital audio synthesizer is realized as a project on a programmable device (FPGA). Basic elements of digital technology such as combinatorial logic, digital counters and automats are applied playfully and creatively. // Teaching language: DE

Electricity 2

### Electricity 2

The Electricity 2 module covers the impulse and alternating-current response of circuits comprising resistors, capacitors and inductors. // Teaching language: DE

Digital Communication Networks

### Digital Communication Networks

In virtually all modern applications, communication is an integral part. The aim of this course is to convey concepts, terms, protocols and mechanisms of data communication for the professional environment, so that students can correctly design and use data communication and solve fundamental problems. // Teaching language: DE

Computer Science 2

### Computer Science 2

The students expand their programming knowledge from Computer Science 1 and acquire another programming language (Java) and another programming paradigm (object-oriented programming). // Teaching language: DE

Linear Algebra 2

### Linear Algebra 2

Students are familiarised with vector spaces, linear mappings, eigenvalues and eigenvectors. They learn how to mathematically describe linear mappings on vector spaces, using vectors and matrices, and apply these concepts to Fourier analysis and to the solution of linear differential equations. // Teaching language: DE

Analysis 2

### Analysis 2

Advanced calculus // Teaching language: DE

Physics 2

### Physics 2

The students acquire the physical and technical basics in the fields of rotational mechanics, fluid dynamics, stationary magnetic fields and thermodynamics. Using selected examples from these areas, the students learn about and apply the physical way of thinking and working as part of the modern technical thinking of engineers. // Teaching language: DE

Semester 3, ECTS: 30, Semester week lessons: 30

Communication Competence 3

### Communication Competence 3

The Communication Competence 3 module focuses on the following aspects of communication training: Communication in international and interdisciplinary settings // Mediation and transfer between English and German // Negotiation and discussion // Teaching language: DE/EN

Electronics Project

### Electronics Project

Students develop an electronic device, from the idea through to building a prototype. // Teaching language: EN

Power Engineering and Drive Technology

### Power Engineering and Drive Technology

Students learn the basics of electrical energy systems, including the structure and the main components of the electrical power network, the three-phase theory and transformers. The main components and behaviour of machines and power electronics for electrical drives are introduced. // Teaching language: DE

Signals and Systems 1

### Signals and Systems 1

Basics of signals, transforms and linear time invariant systems, in both the time and frequency domains. // Teaching language: DE/EN

Electronics 1

### Electronics 1

In the Electronics 1 module (EK1), basic electronic circuits are analysed, calculated, simulated (LTspice) and designed, then built and measured in the laboratory. // Teaching language: DE

Computer Engineering 1

### Computer Engineering 1

The module deals with the interaction of hardware and software for realising a computer system. It conveys the structure and functionality of a processor from the programmer's point of view and shows how programs are converted into executable machine code. // Teaching language: DE/EN

Stochastics and Statistics

### Stochastics and Statistics

Introduction to the theory of probability and statistics. // Teaching language: DE

Analysis 3

### Analysis 3

The main topic of this module is the differential and integral calculus of generally vector-valued functions of several real variables. In addition you get an introduction to the (continuous) Fourier transform, and you learn about analytical methods for the solution of ordinary differential equations. // Teaching language: DE

Semester 4, ECTS: 30, Semester week lessons: 30

The engineers gain an insight into the most important business management principles and interrelationships. They are supposed to understand how companies operate, to be able to classify strategies and processes and to understand the basics of financial and operational accounting. // Teaching language: DE

Electronics Project 2

### Electronics Project 2

Students develop an electronic device, from the idea through to building a prototype. // Teaching language: EN

Control Engineering Fundamentals

### Control Engineering Fundamentals

Students are able to analyse and interprete closed loop dynamic systems in the time and frequency domain. // Teaching language: DE

Digital Signal Processing

### Digital Signal Processing

The DSV1 module covers the basics of digital signal processing and teaches students the most important algorithms. The algorithms are partly designed and analysed in MATLAB to this end and are implemented and measured on a microcontroller/DSP (e.g. STM32F769). // Teaching language: DE

Electronics 2

### Electronics 2

Students acquire the knowledge and skills required for the understanding, analysis and design of standard electronic circuits with discrete components. This includes a systematic approach to the calculation, simulation and optimisation of modern circuits. // Teaching language: DE

Computer Engineering 2

### Computer Engineering 2

The module covers memory hierarchies and their implications for software. Students also learn the features and application of basic peripheral devices of microcontrollers. Specific emphasis is placed on software techniques for structuring embedded programs and controlling program flow. // Teaching language: DE

Numerics

### Numerics

Introduction to numerical methods for engineers. // Teaching language: DE

Physics 3: Fields and Waves

### Physics 3: Fields and Waves

Students acquire the physical and technical basics of electric and magnetic fields, and the coupling between these and wave theory. They learn about and apply Maxwell's equations. Using selected examples from these fields, they learn to adopt the state-of-the-art technical thinking of an engineer. // Teaching language: DE

Semester 5, ECTS: 30, Semester week lessons: 24

Elective Module

### Elective Module

You choose a context module according to your interests.

Elective Module

### Elective Module

You choose a context module according to your interests.

Project Thesis: Electrical Engineering

### Project Thesis: Electrical Engineering

• ECTS: 6

The project work answers a fairly small scientific question from an electrical engineering discipline. As a rule, students carry out this work in teams of two. In the written final report, students document the problem, the work order, the project implementation and the work results. // Teaching language: DE/EN

Elective Module

• ECTS: 4

### Module from group

• Automation 1
• Digital Image Processing
• Communication Networks and Services
• Embedded Software Engineering
• Internet of Things 1
• Power Electronics and Electrical Drives 1
• Microcomputer Systems 1
• Biomedical Engineering 1
• Optoelectronics
• Robotics and Mechatronics 1
• Control Theory 1
• System on Chip Design
• Wireless Communication 1

You choose a elective module based on your interests. We recommend focusing on one of three areas: Computer engineering; Automation, Drives and Energy Systems; Wireless Communications, Signal Processing and Sensor Electronics.

Elective Module

• ECTS: 4

### Module from group

• Automation 1
• Digital Image Processing
• Communication Networks and Services
• Embedded Software Engineering
• Internet of Things 1
• Power Electronics and Electrical Drives 1
• Microcomputer Systems 1
• Biomedical Engineering 1
• Optoelectronics
• Robotics and Mechatronics 1
• Control Theory 1
• System on Chip Design
• Wireless Communication 1

You choose a elective module based on your interests. We recommend focusing on one of three areas: Computer engineering; Automation, Drives and Energy Systems; Wireless Communications, Signal Processing and Sensor Electronics.

Elective Module

• ECTS: 4

### Module from group

• Automation 1
• Digital Image Processing
• Communication Networks and Services
• Embedded Software Engineering
• Internet of Things 1
• Power Electronics and Electrical Drives 1
• Microcomputer Systems 1
• Biomedical Engineering 1
• Optoelectronics
• Robotics and Mechatronics 1
• Control Theory 1
• System on Chip Design
• Wireless Communication 1

You choose a elective module based on your interests. We recommend focusing on one of three areas: Computer engineering; Automation, Drives and Energy Systems; Wireless Communications, Signal Processing and Sensor Electronics.

Elective Module

• ECTS: 4

### Module from group

• Automation 1
• Digital Image Processing
• Communication Networks and Services
• Embedded Software Engineering
• Internet of Things 1
• Power Electronics and Electrical Drives 1
• Microcomputer Systems 1
• Biomedical Engineering 1
• Optoelectronics
• Robotics and Mechatronics 1
• Control Theory 1
• System on Chip Design
• Wireless Communication 1

You choose a elective module based on your interests. We recommend focusing on one of three areas: Computer engineering; Automation, Drives and Energy Systems; Wireless Communications, Signal Processing and Sensor Electronics.

Optional Module

• ECTS: 4

### Module from group

• Operations Research
• Photonics
• Cryptology
• Modern Physics
• Sensors
• Statistics 2

You choose a elective module based on your interests.

Semester 6, ECTS: 30, Semester week lessons: 18

Elective Module

### Elective Module

You choose a context module according to your interests.

Bachelor Thesis: Electrical Engineering

### Bachelor Thesis: Electrical Engineering

• ECTS: 12

The bachelor thesis takes place in the last academic year. It answers a scientific question from an electrical engineering discipline. As a rule, students carry out this work in teams of two. While working on the thesis the students provide regular information on the progress of their work. In the written final report, the problem, the work order, the project implementation and the work results are documented. // Teaching language: DE/EN

Elective Module

• ECTS: 4

### Module from group

• Automation 2
• Communication Networks and Services 2
• Digital Signal Processing 2
• Smart Grid
• Internet of Things 2
• Power Electronics and Electrical Drives 2
• Microcomputer Systems 2
• Biomedical Engineering 2
• Multicore und Parallel Computing
• Robotics and Mechatronics 2
• Control Theory 2
• Wireless Communication 2

You choose a elective module based on your interests. We recommend focusing on one of three areas: Computer engineering; Automation, Drives and Energy Systems; Wireless Communications, Signal Processing and Sensor Electronics.

Elective Module

• ECTS: 4

### Module from group

• Automation 2
• Communication Networks and Services 2
• Digital Signal Processing 2
• Smart Grid
• Internet of Things 2
• Power Electronics and Electrical Drives 2
• Microcomputer Systems 2
• Biomedical Engineering 2
• Multicore und Parallel Computing
• Robotics and Mechatronics 2
• Control Theory 2
• Wireless Communication 2

You choose a elective module based on your interests. We recommend focusing on one of three areas: Computer engineering; Automation, Drives and Energy Systems; Wireless Communications, Signal Processing and Sensor Electronics.

Elective Module

• ECTS: 4

### Module from group

• Automation 2
• Communication Networks and Services 2
• Digital Signal Processing 2
• Smart Grid
• Internet of Things 2
• Power Electronics and Electrical Drives 2
• Microcomputer Systems 2
• Biomedical Engineering 2
• Multicore und Parallel Computing
• Robotics and Mechatronics 2
• Control Theory 2
• Wireless Communication 2

You choose a elective module based on your interests. We recommend focusing on one of three areas: Computer engineering; Automation, Drives and Energy Systems; Wireless Communications, Signal Processing and Sensor Electronics.

Elective Module

• ECTS: 4

### Module from group

• Automation 2
• Communication Networks and Services 2
• Digital Signal Processing 2
• Smart Grid
• Internet of Things 2
• Power Electronics and Electrical Drives 2
• Microcomputer Systems 2
• Biomedical Engineering 2
• Multicore und Parallel Computing
• Robotics and Mechatronics 2
• Control Theory 2
• Wireless Communication 2

You choose a elective module based on your interests. We recommend focusing on one of three areas: Computer engineering; Automation, Drives and Energy Systems; Wireless Communications, Signal Processing and Sensor Electronics.

The list of elective modules reflects the current state of the offer. It can change until the third year of study.

## Module overview part-time

This module table is valid since 16. September 2019

Legend

Context Modules

Project Modules

Subject-Specific Modules

Mathematics and Natural Science Modules

Semester 1, ECTS: 22, Semester week lessons: 22

Communication Competence 1

### Communication Competence 1

The Communication Competence 1 module focuses on the following aspects of communication training: Researching and processing information in a scientific context // Developing presentation skills // Organising communication and feedback in teams // Teaching language: DE/EN

Petrology Project

### Petrology Project

In the Metrology Project module, students learn how to use measurement instruments (multimeters, oscilloscopes, function generators) and additionally acquire the communicative skills required in the workplace. These topics are learned in a project completed in this module. // Teaching language: DE

Electricity 1

### Electricity 1

This module covers the fundamental principles of electricity. It focuses on a sound understanding of electrostatics, basic circuit elements and different circuit analysis strategies. // Teaching language: DE

Computer Science 1

### Computer Science 1

Introduction to the basic concepts of the procedural programming language C // Teaching language: DE

Linear Algebra 1

### Linear Algebra 1

In this course, students learn the basic tools of linear algebra. These include vector and matrix calculus and the solution of linear equation systems. You also learn how to calculate with complex numbers and to use them in a number of applications. // Teaching language: DE

Analysis 1

### Analysis 1

Introduction to calculus. // Teaching language: DE

Semester 2, ECTS: 22, Semester week lessons: 22

Communication Competence 2

### Communication Competence 2

The Communication Competence 2 module focuses on the following aspects of communication training: Collaborative writing and peer feedback in a scientific/professional context // Developing research skills // Audience-oriented communication // Teaching language: DE/EN

Electricity 2

### Electricity 2

The Electricity 2 module covers the impulse and alternating-current response of circuits comprising resistors, capacitors and inductors. // Teaching language: DE

Digital Communication Networks

### Digital Communication Networks

In virtually all modern applications, communication is an integral part. The aim of this course is to convey concepts, terms, protocols and mechanisms of data communication for the professional environment, so that students can correctly design and use data communication and solve fundamental problems. // Teaching language: DE

Computer Science 2

### Computer Science 2

The students expand their programming knowledge from Computer Science 1 and acquire another programming language (Java) and another programming paradigm (object-oriented programming). // Teaching language: DE

Linear Algebra 2

### Linear Algebra 2

Students are familiarised with vector spaces, linear mappings, eigenvalues and eigenvectors. They learn how to mathematically describe linear mappings on vector spaces, using vectors and matrices, and apply these concepts to Fourier analysis and to the solution of linear differential equations. // Teaching language: DE

Analysis 2

### Analysis 2

Advanced calculus // Teaching language: DE

Semester 3, ECTS: 22, Semester week lessons: 22

Communication Competence 3

### Communication Competence 3

The Communication Competence 3 module focuses on the following aspects of communication training: Communication in international and interdisciplinary settings // Mediation and transfer between English and German // Negotiation and discussion // Teaching language: DE/EN

Electronics 1

### Electronics 1

In the Electronics 1 module (EK1), basic electronic circuits are analysed, calculated, simulated (LTspice) and designed, then built and measured in the laboratory. // Teaching language: DE

Materials for Electrical Engineering

### Materials for Electrical Engineering

Materials in Electrical Engineering Basics - Structures - Properties - Applications - Technology // Teaching language: DE

Digital Technology

### Digital Technology

Design of combinational logic circuits with digital gates. Calculating with binary and hexadecimal numbers. Apply adding logic. Creating truth tables and temporal representation of digital signals. Design of sequential circuits and their description in VHDL. // Teaching language: DE

Computer Engineering 1

### Computer Engineering 1

The module deals with the interaction of hardware and software for realising a computer system. It conveys the structure and functionality of a processor from the programmer's point of view and shows how programs are converted into executable machine code. // Teaching language: DE/EN

Analysis 3

### Analysis 3

The main topic of this module is the differential and integral calculus of generally vector-valued functions of several real variables. In addition you get an introduction to the (continuous) Fourier transform, and you learn about analytical methods for the solution of ordinary differential equations. // Teaching language: DE

Physics 1

### Physics 1

The students acquire the physical and technical basics in the fields of kinematics, translation dynamics, momentum- energy- and charge-conservation. Using selected examples from these areas, the students learn about and apply the physical way of thinking and working as part of the modern technical thinking of engineers. // Teaching language: DE

Semester 4, ECTS: 22, Semester week lessons: 22

The engineers gain an insight into the most important business management principles and interrelationships. They are supposed to understand how companies operate, to be able to classify strategies and processes and to understand the basics of financial and operational accounting. // Teaching language: DE

Digital Technology Project

### Digital Technology Project

In this module a digital audio synthesizer is realized as a project on a programmable device (FPGA). Basic elements of digital technology such as combinatorial logic, digital counters and automats are applied playfully and creatively. // Teaching language: DE

Electronics 2

### Electronics 2

Students acquire the knowledge and skills required for the understanding, analysis and design of standard electronic circuits with discrete components. This includes a systematic approach to the calculation, simulation and optimisation of modern circuits. // Teaching language: DE

Computer Engineering 2

### Computer Engineering 2

The module covers memory hierarchies and their implications for software. Students also learn the features and application of basic peripheral devices of microcontrollers. Specific emphasis is placed on software techniques for structuring embedded programs and controlling program flow. // Teaching language: DE

Numerics

### Numerics

Introduction to numerical methods for engineers. // Teaching language: DE

Physics 2

### Physics 2

The students acquire the physical and technical basics in the fields of rotational mechanics, fluid dynamics, stationary magnetic fields and thermodynamics. Using selected examples from these areas, the students learn about and apply the physical way of thinking and working as part of the modern technical thinking of engineers. // Teaching language: DE

Semester 5, ECTS: 22, Semester week lessons: 22

Elective Module

### Elective Module

You choose a context module according to your interests.

Electronics Project

### Electronics Project

Students develop an electronic device, from the idea through to building a prototype. // Teaching language: EN

Power Engineering and Drive Technology

### Power Engineering and Drive Technology

Students learn the basics of electrical energy systems, including the structure and the main components of the electrical power network, the three-phase theory and transformers. The main components and behaviour of machines and power electronics for electrical drives are introduced. // Teaching language: DE

Signals and Systems 1

### Signals and Systems 1

Basics of signals, transforms and linear time invariant systems, in both the time and frequency domains. // Teaching language: DE/EN

Stochastics and Statistics

### Stochastics and Statistics

Introduction to the theory of probability and statistics. // Teaching language: DE

Elective Module

• ECTS: 4

### Module from group

• Automation 1
• Digital Image Processing
• Communication Networks and Services
• Embedded Software Engineering
• Internet of Things 1
• Power Electronics and Electrical Drives 1
• Microcomputer Systems 1
• Biomedical Engineering 1
• Optoelectronics
• Robotics and Mechatronics 1
• Control Theory 1
• System on Chip Design
• Wireless Communication 1

You choose a elective module based on your interests. We recommend focusing on one of three areas: Computer engineering; Automation, Drives and Energy Systems; Wireless Communications, Signal Processing and Sensor Electronics.

Semester 6, ECTS: 22, Semester week lessons: 22

Elective Module

### Elective Module

You choose a context module according to your interests.

Electronics Project 2

### Electronics Project 2

Students develop an electronic device, from the idea through to building a prototype. // Teaching language: EN

Control Engineering Fundamentals

### Control Engineering Fundamentals

Students are able to analyse and interprete closed loop dynamic systems in the time and frequency domain. // Teaching language: DE

Digital Signal Processing

### Digital Signal Processing

The DSV1 module covers the basics of digital signal processing and teaches students the most important algorithms. The algorithms are partly designed and analysed in MATLAB to this end and are implemented and measured on a microcontroller/DSP (e.g. STM32F769). // Teaching language: DE

Physics 3: Fields and Waves

### Physics 3: Fields and Waves

Students acquire the physical and technical basics of electric and magnetic fields, and the coupling between these and wave theory. They learn about and apply Maxwell's equations. Using selected examples from these fields, they learn to adopt the state-of-the-art technical thinking of an engineer. // Teaching language: DE

Elective Module

• ECTS: 4

### Module from group

• Automation 2
• Communication Networks and Services 2
• Digital Signal Processing 2
• Smart Grid
• Internet of Things 2
• Power Electronics and Electrical Drives 2
• Microcomputer Systems 2
• Biomedical Engineering 2
• Multicore und Parallel Computing
• Robotics and Mechatronics 2
• Control Theory 2
• Wireless Communication 2

You choose a elective module based on your interests. We recommend focusing on one of three areas: Computer engineering; Automation, Drives and Energy Systems; Wireless Communications, Signal Processing and Sensor Electronics.

Semester 7, ECTS: 24, Semester week lessons: 18

Elective Module

### Elective Module

You choose a context module according to your interests.

Project Thesis: Electrical Engineering

### Project Thesis: Electrical Engineering

• ECTS: 6

The project work answers a fairly small scientific question from an electrical engineering discipline. As a rule, students carry out this work in teams of two. In the written final report, students document the problem, the work order, the project implementation and the work results. // Teaching language: DE/EN

Elective Module

• ECTS: 4

### Module from group

• Automation 1
• Digital Image Processing
• Communication Networks and Services
• Embedded Software Engineering
• Internet of Things 1
• Power Electronics and Electrical Drives 1
• Microcomputer Systems 1
• Biomedical Engineering 1
• Optoelectronics
• Robotics and Mechatronics 1
• Control Theory 1
• System on Chip Design
• Wireless Communication 1

You choose a elective module based on your interests. We recommend focusing on one of three areas: Computer engineering; Automation, Drives and Energy Systems; Wireless Communications, Signal Processing and Sensor Electronics.

Elective Module

• ECTS: 4

### Module from group

• Automation 1
• Digital Image Processing
• Communication Networks and Services
• Embedded Software Engineering
• Internet of Things 1
• Power Electronics and Electrical Drives 1
• Microcomputer Systems 1
• Biomedical Engineering 1
• Optoelectronics
• Robotics and Mechatronics 1
• Control Theory 1
• System on Chip Design
• Wireless Communication 1

You choose a elective module based on your interests. We recommend focusing on one of three areas: Computer engineering; Automation, Drives and Energy Systems; Wireless Communications, Signal Processing and Sensor Electronics.

Elective Module

• ECTS: 4

### Module from group

• Automation 1
• Digital Image Processing
• Communication Networks and Services
• Embedded Software Engineering
• Internet of Things 1
• Power Electronics and Electrical Drives 1
• Microcomputer Systems 1
• Biomedical Engineering 1
• Optoelectronics
• Robotics and Mechatronics 1
• Control Theory 1
• System on Chip Design
• Wireless Communication 1

You choose a elective module based on your interests. We recommend focusing on one of three areas: Computer engineering; Automation, Drives and Energy Systems; Wireless Communications, Signal Processing and Sensor Electronics.

Optional Module

• ECTS: 4

### Module from group

• Operations Research
• Photonics
• Cryptology
• Modern Physics
• Sensors
• Statistics 2

You choose a elective module based on your interests.

Semester 8, ECTS: 24, Semester week lessons: 12

Bachelor Thesis: Electrical Engineering

### Bachelor Thesis: Electrical Engineering

• ECTS: 12

The bachelor thesis takes place in the last academic year. It answers a scientific question from an electrical engineering discipline. As a rule, students carry out this work in teams of two. While working on the thesis the students provide regular information on the progress of their work. In the written final report, the problem, the work order, the project implementation and the work results are documented. // Teaching language: DE/EN

Elective Module

• ECTS: 4

### Module from group

• Automation 2
• Communication Networks and Services 2
• Digital Signal Processing 2
• Smart Grid
• Internet of Things 2
• Power Electronics and Electrical Drives 2
• Microcomputer Systems 2
• Biomedical Engineering 2
• Multicore und Parallel Computing
• Robotics and Mechatronics 2
• Control Theory 2
• Wireless Communication 2

You choose a elective module based on your interests. We recommend focusing on one of three areas: Computer engineering; Automation, Drives and Energy Systems; Wireless Communications, Signal Processing and Sensor Electronics.

Elective Module

• ECTS: 4

### Module from group

• Automation 2
• Communication Networks and Services 2
• Digital Signal Processing 2
• Smart Grid
• Internet of Things 2
• Power Electronics and Electrical Drives 2
• Microcomputer Systems 2
• Biomedical Engineering 2
• Multicore und Parallel Computing
• Robotics and Mechatronics 2
• Control Theory 2
• Wireless Communication 2

You choose a elective module based on your interests. We recommend focusing on one of three areas: Computer engineering; Automation, Drives and Energy Systems; Wireless Communications, Signal Processing and Sensor Electronics.

Elective Module

• ECTS: 4

### Module from group

• Automation 2
• Communication Networks and Services 2
• Digital Signal Processing 2
• Smart Grid
• Internet of Things 2
• Power Electronics and Electrical Drives 2
• Microcomputer Systems 2
• Biomedical Engineering 2
• Multicore und Parallel Computing