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1 Modulhandbuch zum Akkreditierungsantrag für den englischsprachigen, grundständigen, nicht-konsekutiven Studiengang Master of Engineering in International Material Flow Management der Fachhochhochschule Trier, Standort Umwelt-Campus Birkenfeld Dokument vorbereitet von: Prof. Dr. Klaus Helling, Prof. Dr. Peter Heck, Prof. Dr. Klaus Rick Michael Knaus Stand

2 Vorbemerkung Das Modulhandbuch umfasst die detaillierten Beschreibungen der Lehreinheiten/Kurse der 11 Kernmodule sowie der 4 Lerneinheiten des Wahlpflichtfachmoduls. Die Kursübersicht beinhaltet u.a. die folgenden Informationen: Kurs-Nr., Kurs-Titel und Verantwortlicher Dozent Anzahl der wochenstunden sowie Workload mit Unterteilung in Präsenzund Selbststudium Leistungspunkte nach ECTS und dem japanischen System Lehrmethoden und notwendige Vorkenntnisse Kursziele und Kursinhalte Notenvergabe Zunächst wird der Studienverlauf (gemäß Kapitel 3.3. des Akkreditierungsantrages) und die tabellarische Übersicht aller Lehrveranstaltungen mit Angabe der wochenstunden (SWS) und der ECTS-Punkte dargestellt. Hier zunächst der chronologische Studienverlauf: 1: 1

3 2: 3: 4 Nachfolgend sind die Veranstaltungen tabellarisch aufgelistet, mit Angaben der SWS, der ECTS-Punkte und der Workloads. Die Vergabe der Punkte richtet sich nach dem Arbeitsaufwand, Workload der einzelnen Veranstaltungen. Bei der Zeitbemessung wurden die Rahmenvorgaben für die Einführung von Leistungspunktesystemen und die Modularisierung von Studiengängen verwendet. 1 1 siehe Beschluss der Kultusministerkonferenz vom

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5 BESCHREIBUNG DER MODULE UND LEHRVERANSTALTUNGEN Die Modul- bzw. Kursbeschreibungen wurden von den jeweilig verantwortlichen Lehrenden entwickelt und wurden im Rahmen eines Workshops aller Lehrenden aufeinander abgestimmt. Vor der Beschreibung der jeweiligen Kurse werden grundlegende Intentionen der verschiedenen Module sowie deren Vernetzung dargestellt, um einen Überblick der Studieninhalte zu geben. Die Vorlagen zur Beschreibung der Kurse basieren auf der Vorlage des japanischen Bildungsministeriums. Die japanischen Projektpartner mussten die Kursbeschreibungen zur Genehmigung vorlegen. Modul 1: ECOLOGY AND TECHNOLOGY Im Modul Ecology and Technology werden die ökosystemaren Wirkungszusammenhänge in Kurs 1.1 ausführlich dargestellt, um zu veranschaulichen, dass das Ökosystem die Begriffe der Ineffizienz und des Abfalls nicht kennt. In Abgrenzung dazu werden die Grundlagen der derzeitigen Ver- und Entsorgungssysteme von Betrieben und Regionen erläutert, um zu veranschaulichen, dass unser anthropogenes System verschiedene Optimierungsansätze bietet. In diesem Modul werden unter anderem die Grundlagen der Ökosystemlehre wie auch die Grundlage der derzeit gängigen technischen Systeme im Bereich der Energieerzeugung und des Wasser- und Abwassermanagements erläutert. Das Modul 1 bildet die Basis für die Module 4 und 11. Course No. 1.1 Course Title Ecosystem Management: Principles and Problems in Natural Ecosystems Prof. Dr. Peter Heck Workload Week Hours Lessons 60 Self-Study 60 Points 4 Points 2 1 Location APU Teaching Methods Lectures, Group Discussions, Case Studies Basic understanding of food ecosystem design The objectives of this course are: a) Understand the systemic interaction of ecosystems b) Understand thermodynamic principles and its effect on ecosystems and man made systems c) Describe material flow and energy flow in ecosystems d) Show the interaction between natural system and man made systems e) Analyse the global environmental issues f) Describe possible solutions 4

6 Requirements for Students Further Readings Misc. Notes Session 1: ecosystem theory: environment, species, predators, symbiosis etc Session 2: ecosystem theory: population, biosphere, biotop, ecosystem, Session 3: food chain: photoautotrophic, heterotrophic, destruents Session 4: material flow in ecosystems: carbon cycle, phosphorous cycle, nitrogen cycle, water cycle Session 5: waste in ecosystems: detritus recycling, relation to man made systems, Session 6: waste water in ecosystems and relation to man made systems: natural treatment of water pollution, bio indicators for water quality, BOD, COD, Session 6: soil development and function Session 7: energy in ecosystems: 2 thermodynamic principles, entropy, exergy, energy supply of natural ecosystems Session 8: energy in ecosystems: energy in the food chain, energy balance in ecosystems Session 9: Global environmental issues: water problems, water pollution, water scarcity, flooding Session 10: Global environmental issues: waste problems: industrial, household, farming and military waste, Session 11: Global environmental issues: energy problems, resources and sinks, global warming, ocean pollution, landscape degradation Session 12: Global environmental issues: biodiversity Session 13: Global environmental issues: agriculture and food security Session 14: Case studies with potential solution approaches Session 15: Final exam Part 1 The total score for the course is 100%; Final Examination = 80%; Class Participation = 20% Active participation, organizing interdisciplinary teams for joint work on case studies Bingham, Nick, Blowers, Andrew, Belshaw, Chris (edit.): Contested Environments, Wiley 2003 Harris, Francis (ed.): Global environmental issues, Wiley Spiro, >Thomas G., Stigliani, Wiliam M.: Chemistry of the Environment (2 nd edition), Tsinghua University press Heck Peter (editor): Applied Material Flow Management, Springer, to be published in May Marsh, William M., Grossa, John Jr.: Environmental Geography. Science, Land Use, and Earth Systems, Wiley 2005 Cox, C. Barry, Moore, Peter D.: Biogeography. An ecological and evolutionary approach, 6 th edition, Oxford Ristinen, Robert R., Kraushaar, Jacj j.: Energy and the Environment, 2 nd edition, Wiley Niele, Frank: Energy. Engine of Evolution, Shell Global Solutions, Elsevier Worldwatch Institute: State of the World yearly publications Manning, Richard: Food s Frontier. The next Green Revolution, University of California Press Caufield, Catherine: In The Rainforest Report from a Strange, Beautiful, Imperiled World, University of Chicago Press 1991 Students will work on case studies provided by the lecturer during the lessons (0)

7 Course No. 1.2 Course Title Ecological Engineering and Environmental Technologies Prof. Dr. Klaus Rick Week Hours 2 Workload 120 Lessons 40 Self-Study 80 Points 4 Teaching Methods Requirements for Students 2 1 Location APU Case studies, lectures, group discussions, presentations by students Advanced knowledge in Engineering The objectives of this course are: a) Basic knowledge on Waste Management, Water Supply and Pollution Control, b) Examples of current Technologies, its Project Management, excursion to European Environmental Law structure c) Planning, Implementation and Operation of distinguished Environmental Technologies Class 1: Introduction to Subject, Overview on Environmental Technologies Class 2-3: Hydrology and Water Supply, Water Protection, Pollution Control, Class 4-5: Classification of Pollutants, Parameters, corresponding aspects in Production Plants, Drinking Water Purification, Sanitary Sewer Systems Class 6-7: Waste Management, Types of Waste, Solid and Hazardous Substances, Municipal Waste, Processing Facilities, Avoidance Strategies, Landfills Class 8: Presentations by students on selected technologies (t. b. d.) Class 9-10: Solid Waste Collection, Processing and Recycling Technologies Class 11: Emerging Nanotechnologies Class 12: Air Pollution, Types, Measurement, Reduction Strategies and Technologies Class 13: Radiation Pollution and Noise Pollution Class 14: Presentations by students on elected technologies (tbd) Class 15: Summary, forecast and feedback discussion Total score for course is 100%: Final Examination = 50 %, Class Participation = 30%, Student Case Study/Presentation 20%. The students are obliged to write a final examination and conduct an own presentation. Stud: Collection of own examples for environmental technologies (merely end-ofpipe) as proposal for presentation Nathanson, Jerry A., Basic Environmental Technology, Edition 4, 2003 Misc. Notes Materials will be provided by lecturer 0049 (0)

8 Modul 2: REGIONAL MATERIAL FLOW MANAGEMENT Im Modul Regional Material Flow Management werden regionale Optimierungsstrategien untersucht und erläutert. Die Studierenden lernen anhand von Praxisbeispielen nachhaltige regionale Ver- und Entsorgungsansätze kennen. Die Praxisbeispiele kommen überwiegend aus dem IfaS Forschungsumfeld. Dieses Modul dient als Querschnittsmodell, um den Studierenden die Anwendung neuer Technologien und Strategien in den Bereichen Energie, Abfall, Wasser und Abwasser sowie Verkehr zu vermitteln und die thematische Verbindung der verschiedenen Module herzustellen. Das Modul 2 wird stets zu Beginn des IMAT Studiengangs gelehrt und stellt neben der Orientierungsveranstaltung die Vernetzung der Inhalte sicher. Das Vermitteln von Faktenwissen und das Aufzeigen von Best-Practice-Beispielen soll die Studierenden zur Auswahl eigener Forschungsansätze befähigen. Diese Forschungsansätze werden in Modul 5 weiter vertieft. In Modul 11 werden die exemplarisch aufgezeigten Umwelttechnologien weiter vertieft. Die Module 6 und 7 zeigen auf, wie regionale Wachstumsstrategien mittels geeigneter Politikmodelle (Circular Economy, Zero-Emission-Region etc) und neuer Finanzierungsstrategien (Globaler Emissionshandel) umgesetzt werden können. Course No. 2.1 Course Title Regional MFM - Part 1 Prof. Dr. Peter Heck Week Hours 3 Workload 120 Lessons 45 Self-Study 75 Points 4 Teaching Methods 2 1 Location APU Lecture, team presentation, case study development Basic understanding of management The objectives of this course are: a) Analyse regions from cultural, economical, historical, political and administrative backgrounds b) Understand the different forms of value in regions: social, economical, ecological c) Understand how regions communicate internally and externally d) Understand how regions are governed e) Know key technologies for regional material flow management f) Learn to use microeconomic tools to evaluate regions g) Learn to analyse regions h) Learn to develop change management for regions 7

9 Requirements for Students Misc. Notes Course-related links Session 1: definition of regions, cultural. Historical, political, administrative aspects of organizing regions Session 2: key persons in regions: analysing the key persons, ranking the key persons according to their importance for change management in the region Sessions 3 stake holder management: evaluating the stakes of the key persons in the system, checking on their potential influence for new technologies, looking for losers and winners of a system change Session 4: material flow analysis, analysing the most important material and energy streams in the system, waste, water, wastewater, energy, agriculture, tourism, traffic, mobility etc. Session 5: Material flow analysis: quantitative evaluation, developing questionnaires Session 6: Material flow analysis: qualitative evaluation, turning questionnaires into project information, communicating system change, modelling material streams Sessions 7: new technology design for change of material streams: biogas, cogeneration, insulation, natural water treatment, electric cars, renewable energies, MFM in companies, district heating and cooling, inert waste strategies, organic farming etc. Session 8: new technology design: locations and synergies Session 9: pre-feasibility of new projects Session10: students group presentation of pre feasibilities Session 11: students group presentation of pre-feasibilities Session 12: ranking of projects according to economical, social and ecological aspects, business planning for system change management Session 13: ranking of projects according to business aspects Session 14: master plan development for regional material flow management Session 15: final presentations Two presentations (30% and 30%) and final paper (20 pages) Active involvement in projects, team building Brunner, Paul H., Rechberger, Helmut: Practical Handbook of Material Flow Analysis, Lewis Publications, 2004 Heck, Peter: Applied Material flow Management, Springer, Heidelberg New York, to be published in 2007 Project papers will be given to students during the lecture 0049 (0)

10 Course No. 2.2 Course Title Regional MFM - Part 2 Prof. Dr. Peter Heck Week Hours 3 Workload 120 Lessons 45 Self-Study 75 Points 4 Teaching Methods Requirements for Students Lectures and students presentation Regional MFM Part Location APU The objectives of this course are: a) Understand how to introduce regional material flow management to villages, cities, counties and states b) Learn to use MFM tools to develop and implement MFM master plans for regions c) Analyse successful regional MFM projects and search for weakness and potential for improvement Session 1: Introduction of the regional dimension of MFM? Session 2: MFM and urban metabolism processes. Session 3: Introduction of regional MFM tool kit. Session 4: Material Flow Analysis on a regional scale Session 5: Methodology for MFM project evaluation. Session 6-8: Assessment of best practice examples for regional MFM projects from Germany and Europe Session 8-10: Student Case Studies Session 11: Regional MFM strategies, Local Agenda 21 and Circular Economy Session 12: Local Added Value Strategies on a regional scale Session 13-14: Assessment of best practice examples for regional MFM projects from Asia Session 15: Seminar Summary Students presentation, Bonus for the best MFM project Choose a project which has to be evaluated t.b.a (0)

11 Modul 3: INDUSTRIAL MATERIAL FLOW MANAGEMENT Im Modul INDUSTRIAL Material Flow Management lernen die Studierenden die Optimierungsansätze im betrieblichen Kontext kennen und verstehen. Hier liegt der Schwerpunkt auf der Vermittlung innovativer und prozessintegrierter Umwelttechnologien und der Abgrenzung zu End-of-Pipe-Strategien. Analog zu Modul 2 ist dieses Modul ebenfalls stark mit den Modulen 6,7 und 11 vernetzt. Eine weitere Vertiefung wird im Kurs 12.4 Prozess-Integrierter Umweltschutz (PIUS) vorgenommen. Hier werden in einem Vertiefungsseminar in Planspielen verschiedene Optimierungsansätze für ausgewählte Industriesektoren geübt. Course No. 3.1 Course Title Industrial MFM - Part 1 Prof. Dr. Klaus Hellling Week Hours 3 Workload 120 Lessons 45 Self-Study 75 Points Location APU Teaching Methods Lectures, Group Discussions, Case Studies, Student Presentation Basic understanding of industrial production processes The objectives of this course are: a) Understand the characteristics of material flow management and how it has emerged b) Demonstrate the evidence and the business case for eco-efficiency in industrial companies c) Introduce Best-Practise in Industrial Material Flow Management d) Overview of the most important tools for Industrial Material Flow Management Session 1: The term Material Flow Management (MFM) Session 2: MFM and related terms (e.g. Sustainability Management, Supply Chain Management, Environmental Management, Cleaner Production) Session 3: In-Class-Discussion of the relationships between the MFM-related terms and Development of a Network-Diagram Session 4: Aims and Forms of Industrial MFM: Reduce costs with environmental protection Session 5: Principles of Eco-Efficiency: Make more with less! Session 6: Key-Elements of Eco-Efficiency: re-engineer processes, revalorise byproducts, redesign products, rethink markets Session 7: Introduction to Life-Cycle-Analysis (ISO ) Session 8: Case study Life-Cycle Analysis Session 9: Sustainability Reporting and GRI-Guidelines Session 10: Students Presentations of industry examples (Chemical Industry) Session 11: Students Presentations of industry examples (Automotive Industry) Session 12: Students Presentations of industry examples (Energy Production and Services) Session 13: Students Presentations of industry examples (Other Sectors) Session 14: Students Presentations of industry examples (Small and Medium Enterprises) Session 15: Final Examination Part I 10

12 Requirements for Students Course-related links Total score for the course is 100%: Final Examination= 50 %, Class Participation=20%, Student Case Study 30% The students are obliged to write a final examination and conduct an own presentation. Preparation of each class, Active Participation Helling, K.: Principles of Industrial Material Management, Birkenfeld 2006 Wagner, B./Enzler, S.: Material Flow Management Improving Cost Efficiency and Environmental Performance, Heidelberg 2006 WBCSD (ed.): The Eco-Efficiency Learning Module, (0) www,setac.org Course No. 3.2 Course Title Industrial MFM - Part 2 Prof. Dr. Klaus Hellling Week Hours 3 Workload 120 Lessons 45 Self-Study 75 Points Location APU Teaching Methods Lectures, Group Discussions, Case Studies, Student Presentation Industrial MFM Part 1 The objectives of this course are: a) Understand the characteristics of material flow management and how it has emerged. b) Demonstrate the evidence and the business case for eco-efficiency in industrial companies. c) Introduce Best-Practise in Industrial Material Flow Management. d) Overview of the most important tools for Industrial Material Flow Management. 11

13 Requirements for Students Misc. Notes Course-related links Session 1: Principles of Environmental Management Systems Session 2: Analysis of ISO and EMAS Session 3: Case study Environmental Management Systems Session 4: Costs and benefits of Environmental Management Systems Session 5: Quality Management Standards (ISO 9001) and TQM Session 6: Standards for Health and Safety Management (OHSAS 18001, SA 8000) Session 7: Integration of Environmental, Health, Safety and Quality Management Systems Session 8: Case study Integrated Management System Session 9: Controlling and Sustainable Balanced Scorecard Session 10: Students Presentations of MFM-Tools (e.g. Eco-Efficiency-Analysis, Environmental Risk Assessment) Session 11: Students Presentations of MFM-Tools (e.g. Design for Environment, Integrated Product Policy) Session 12: Students Presentations of MFM-Tools (e.g. Environmental Supply Chain Management, Green Procurement) Session 13: Students Presentations of MFM-Tools (e.g. Eco-Labelling, Stakeholder Engagement) Session 14: Students Presentations of MFM-Tools (e.g. Industrial Ecology, Life- Cycle Costing) Session 15: Final Examination Part II Total score for the course is 100%: Final Examination= 50 %, Class Participation=20%, Student Case Study 30% The students are obliged to write a final examination and conduct an own presentation. Preparation of each class, Active Participation Helling, K.: Principles of Industrial Material Management, Birkenfeld 2006 Wagner, B./Enzler, S.: Material Flow Management Improving Cost Efficiency and Environmental Performance, Heidelberg 2006 WBCSD (ed.): The Eco-Efficiency Learning Module, 2006 Project papers will be given to students during the lecture 0049 (0) www,setac.org 12

14 Modul 4: TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT Im Modul TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT wird das Grundverständnis für die Optimierung komplexer Systeme mittels ingenieurwissenschaftlicher Ansätze gelegt. Der Aufbau und die Wirkungsweise von komplexen Systemen sowie die Wirkungsketten werden anhand biologischer Fallbeispiele (z.b. Schwarmverhalten etc.) exemplarisch vermittelt. Ziel ist es, bei den Studierenden die Fähigkeit zur kritischen Überprüfung von Technologien in bestimmten Kontexten zu erzielen und somit die Grundlagen für eine Technikfolgenabschätzung zu legen. Hier werden auch die historischen Entwicklungen in der ingenieurswissenschaftlichen Herangehensweise des Lösens von Umweltproblemen behandelt. Die Studierenden werden befähigt, bestimmte technologische Alternativen und deren Folgen abzuschätzen und zu vergleichen. Dieses Modul ist mit Modul 11 vernetzt und leistet darüber hinaus einen wichtigen Beitrag zur Gestaltung eigener Forschungsprojekte, die im Rahmen von Modul 5 initiiert werden sollen. Course No. 4.1 Course Title Technology Management Part I: Basic Aspects of Engineering in Man-Made Systems Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Bottlinger Week Hours 2 Workload 60 Lessons 30 Self-Study 30 Points Location APU Teaching Methods Lectures, research exercises, group work with computer models, presentation Basic knowledge in natural sciences Improvement of information literacy (successful research in scientific sources), general overview over scientific methodologies, knowledge of basic tools for analysis of complex systems Class 1+2: Introduction to the scientific method Class 3 + 4: Historic examples for scientific and engineering research and development Class 5: Introduction to systematic internet based research, Definition of research tasks for the working groups Class 6: Presentation and discussion of results Class 7:Introduction to Complex System Class 8: Introduction into Netlogo Class 9: Case-Study: managing a simulated complex system Class 10: Introduction to problems in handling complex systems Class 11: Case study: Cause of Chernobyl catastrophe Class 12: Introduction into techniques for analysing and handling of complex systems Class 13: Case-Study: Construction of a model for a selected technical process Class 14: Presentation of results 1 Class 15: Presentation of results 2 Total score for course is 100%: Final Presentation = 50 %, Class Participation = 30%, Student Case Study/Presentation 20%. The students are obliged to write a final report about the developed simulated system and conduct an own presentation. 13

15 Requirements for Students Further Readings Perfoming information researches and case studies, setting-up a simple model in Netlogo Human Error by James Reason, Users Guide Netlogo Selected chapters of Road to Reality by Roger Penrose 0049 (0) Course No. 4.2 Course Title Technology Management Part II: Pollution Prevention and Clean Technologies Prof. Dr. Klaus Rick Week Hours 2 Workload 120 Lessons 30 Self-Study 30 Points Location APU Teaching Methods Lectures, case studies, group discussions, presentations Requirements for Students Further Readings Completion of Course Technology Management Part I Basic knowledge on design for environment (DfE), design for recycling (DfR) Basic knowledge of types and operation of clean technologies Session 1: Introduction to Subject, Overview on Front-of-Pipe-Technologies Session 2: Role of Engineers in Planning and Operation of Clean Technologies Session 3: Life Cycle Assessment and Total Costs Session 4: Case Study Automotive Session 6-7: Case Study Power Plants Session 8: Presentations by students on selected technologies (tbd) Session 9-10: Case Study Radiation Session 11-12: Case Study DfE of Electronics / Green Electronics (I) Session 13: Case Study Infrastructure and Facilities Management Session 14: Presentations by students on selected technologies (tbd) Session 15: Summary, forecast, and feedback discussion Total score for course is 100%: Final Examination = 50 %, Class Participation = 30%, Student Case Study/Presentation 20%. The students are obliged to write a final examination and conduct an own presentation. Stud: Collection of own examples Front-of-Pipe Environmental Technologies as proposal for presentation t. b. d. later t. b. d. later 0049 (0)

16 Modul 5: PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR ENGINEERS Das Vertiefungsseminar MATERIAL FLOW MANAGEMENT RESEARCH PROJECT SEMINAR vermittelt im ersten Teil die Grundlagen der Projektentwicklung, welche die Studierenden befähigen soll, ab dem zweiten (Teil II) ein eigenes Forschungsprojekt zu entwickeln, das letztlich die Basis für die Master Thesis darstellt. Die Studierenden werden bereits bei der Einschreibung aufgefordert, auf zwei Seiten ihr Forschungsinteresse zu beschreiben (Research Proposal). Auf Grundlage des Vorschlags wird dann versucht, im Modul die wissenschaftlichen Grundlagen und Methoden zur Umsetzung des Forschungsprojekts zu vermitteln. Die Studierenden dürfen von der ursprünglichen Forschungsidee abweichen und einen neuen Forschungsschwerpunkt definieren. Allerdings soll die Abgabe des Research Proposals die Studierenden vor Studienbeginn dazu anhalten, sich mit der Materie Stoffstrommanagement und den Inhalten des Studiengangs früh auseinander zu setzen. Dieses Modul ist daher als Vertiefungsseminar konzipiert und greift insbesondere die Inhalte der Module 2 und 3 auf. Der Kurs 5.1. Business Planning for Engineers soll die Studierenden befähigen, die technologischen Veränderungsprozesse in Kosten-Nutzen- Rechnungen abzubilden und als Geschäftsmodelle ökonomisch den Entscheidungsträgern zu vermitteln. Course No. 5.1 Course Title Business Planning for Engineers Prof. Dr. Dirk Löhr Week Hours 2 Workload 60 Lessons 30 Self-Study 30 Points Location APU Teaching Methods Lectures, Group Discussions, Case studies, Student presentation Requirements for Students Further Readings Misc. Notes None (for beginners) The objectives of this course should enable the students to conduct an elementary financial feasibility study for a business plan Sessions 1-2: Basics of cost accounting and controlling: Terms and basic concepts Sessions 3-5: Introduction in calculating investments: Static and dynamic methods, internal rate of return, net present value, real options (basic understanding) [6 h]. Sessions 6-7: Basics in valuation of projects: Cost calculation, discounted cash flows, comparison approach [4 h] Sessions 8-10: Basics of finance: Balance sheets, equity and liabilities, equity ratio etc. [6 h]. Session 11: Finance planning [2 h]. Session 12-15: Managerial budgeting, making a business plan. Incl. case study [8 h]. Total score for the course is 100%: Final Examination= 80 %, Class Participation=20%. The students are obliged to write a final examination. Working on the topics with literature on financing and business planning. Appropriate introductory textbooks on financing - tba Will be given in the course Case study materials and other notes will be provided as supplementary references for the students (0)

17 Course No. 5.2 Course Title Material Flow Management Research Project Seminar - Part I: Week Hours Points 4 Teaching Methods Prof. Dr. Peter Heck / Prof. Dr. Klaus Helling 2 Workload 120 Lessons 30 Self-Study Location APU Lectures, Group Discussions, Case studies, Student presentation None (for beginners) This course aims to provide an understanding of project management techniques applied to research (and applied research) projects in the field of Material Flow Management. It addresses Government and industry standards for project and programme management and considers in depth the soft skills associated with the introduction of new solutions. 1. To explicate the fundamental factors in project success and failure; 2. To develop an understanding of project baseline plans, their implementation and management; 3. To survey the variety of approaches in project time and cost management, including current techniques, technologies and practices; 4. To provide a practical grounding in Project Management methods, perspectives and barriers to successful implementation. Session 1: Introduction in Project Management and Project Life Cycle Session 2: Project Definition: Problem analysis, Stakeholder analysis, Analysis of objectives (Economic, ecological and social objectives of MFM-projects) Session 3-4: Student Presentation of research projects (Scope and objectives) Session 5: Project Planning Definition of the project structure, description of tasks Developing detailed and high-level project management plans Session 6: Creating activity-based network diagrams and working with the critical path Session 7: Resource and cost Planning: Structured Planning of human, material and financial resources and Principle Understanding of Earned Value Management Session 8: Case Study Biogas Project Presentation and Discussion Session 9: Project Quality Management and Risk Management Session 10: Case Study Waste Management Presentation and Discussion Session 11 12: Introduction to MS Project Session 13 14: Student Presentation: Project Status Report Session 15 Closing Session and Definition of Objectives for Material Flow Management Part II Total score for the course is 100%: Final Examination= 50 %, Class Participation=20%, Student Case Study 30% The students are obliged to write a final examination and conduct a own presentation with written project status report. PMI's Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK 2004) Further Readings tbd Course-related links

18 Course No. 5.3 Course Title Material Flow Management Research Project Seminar - Part II Week Hours Points 6 Teaching Methods Prof. Dr. Peter Heck / Prof. Dr. Klaus Helling 4 Workload 180 Lessons 60 Self-Study Location APU Coaching, Case studies, Student presentation Material Flow Management Part I Business Planning for Engineers The students will learn how to develop a practical research project in the field of Material Flow Management. Session 1: Introduction and Kick-Off-Workshop Session 2: Transfer from Project planning to business planning Session 3-5: In-class-presentation and development of business plans for the research projects Session 6: Best practice example: Business plan of a material flow management project Session 7-8: Individual Coaching of the MFM-Projects and Business Plans Session 9: Development of the executive summary report Session 10-14: Student presentation of their MFM Business Plan Session 15: Summary and step forward to the master thesis Total score for the course is 100%: Business Plan = 50 %, Class Participation=20%, Student Presentations 30% The students are obliged to develop a Business Plan for their research project and conduct an own presentation. PMI's Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK 2004) Course-related links 17

19 Modul 6: TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF DE-CARBONISING STRATEGIES Das Modul 6 TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF DE-CARBONISING STRATEGIES zielt darauf ab, technische Lösungsansätze zur Verringerung der globalen Erwärmung vertiefend zu behandeln. Im Kurs GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE: CHEMISTRY, ECONOMICS AND POLITICS werden die Grundlagen der Globalen Erwärmung vermittelt und multilaterale Handlungsansätze aufgezeigt. In Diskussionsrunden werden den Studierenden die volkswirtschaftlichen Auswirkungen der globalen Erwärmung nahe gebracht. Ein Schwerpunkt bildet die Umsetzung des Kyoto-Protokolls. Es wird versucht, im Rahmen des Seminars eine Exkursion nach Kyoto (unweit des Ritsumeikan University Campus) zu unternehmen, um den Studierenden den Spirit von 1997 authentisch zu vermitteln. Die japanischen Partner sind bestrebt, ein Mitglied der damaligen japanischen Verhandlungsteams zu einem Gastvortrag zu bewegen. Der Kurs GREENHOUSE GAS ABATEMENT STRATEGIES AND CARBON TRADING baut auf dem vorangehenden Seminar auf. Hier werden konkrete Handlungsansätze für Emissionsreduktionsstrategien beschrieben und die Wirkungsweise der Flexiblen Mechanismen des Kyoto-Protokolls beleuchtet. Der internationale Handel mit Emissionszertifikaten bietet gerade innovativen und ressourcen-effizienten Technologien die Möglichkeit die oftmals höheren Investitionskosten ko-zufinanzieren. Die Modellbeispiele werden in dem Modulen 2 und 3 vermittelt. Die technische Lösungskompetenz zur Umsetzung eines Projekte wird in Modul 11 vermittelt. Course No. 6.1 Course Title Global Climate Change: Chemistry, Economics and Politics Prof. Dr. Helmers / Michael Knaus Week Hours 2 Workload 60 Lessons 30 Self-Study 30 Points 2 Teaching Methods 1 1 Location APU Lectures, Group Discussions, Case Studies, Student Presentation Basic Knowledge of Climate Issues (Course 1.1 Ecosystem Management) Reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is imperative to stabilizing our future climate. Our ability to reduce these emissions combined with an understanding of GHG cycles is central to mitigating climate change. The course objectives are to Provide an understanding of the chemistry of global warming Provide an understanding for the environmental issue of global warming Provide an understanding of GHG cycles Provide an understanding of policy and economic related issues of global warming Part 1: Introductory Session 1: Introduction on Global Warming and Climate Change Session 2: Scientific Issues of Global Climate Change: Lessons from the Past, Predictability, Uncertainty, Irreversibility, System dynamics Part 2: Chemistry of Global Climate Change: Session 3: Introduction on the interaction between Atmosphere, Hydrosphere, Biosphere and Cryosphere Session 4: Anthropogenic Causes of Climate Change Session 5: Natural Causes of Climate Change Session 6: Atmospheric Chemistry associated with Ozone Formation and Depletion: Chemical Analysis of the Stratospheric Ozone Depletion, Chemical Analysis of the tropospherical ozone production 18

20 Session 7: Introduction on Global Warming Potential of the Kyoto basket of greenhouses gases Session 8: Analysis of Carbon Cycle, Terrestrial and Aquatic CO2 uptake Session 9: Analysis of Chlorofluorocarbon (CFCs) impacts, appearances and cycles Session 10: Analysis of Nitroxygens (NOx) impacts, appearances and cycles Session 11: Analysis of Methane (CH4) and sulphur hexafluoride (SF 6 ) impacts, appearances and cycles Part 3: Economics and Politics of Global Climate Change: Session 12: Introduction on Economics of Global Climate Change: Economic Growth and Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Market-based global climate policies versus control-and-command approaches Session 13: Introduction on Global Climate Policies: Historical Roots [The Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution (LRTAP), The Helsinki Protocol to the LRTAP, The Vienna Convention for the Protection of the Ozone Layer, The Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, Kyoto Protocol], National Implications of global climate policy Case Study Germany Session 14: Approaches of environmental economics and ecological economics: How to deal with externalities, intertemporal decisions, costs of mitigation and adaptation [critical analysis how apply benefit-cost analysis to the design of climate policies, including considerations of equity and discounting of future values Misc. Notes Session 15: Class Discussion Total score for the course is 100%: Scientific Paper = 70 %, Student Presentations 30%. The students are obliged to write a scientific essay about one session each student. (CH 4 and global change) Crutzen: Albedo enhencement paper (impacts by Asian haze) (health risks) Further materials will be provided by the lecturers (0) (0)

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