Study Guide Bachelors and Masters program in Computational Engineering University of Erlangen Nürnberg Academic Year 2007/2008

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1 Study Guide Bachelors and Masters program in Computational Engineering University of Erlangen Nürnberg Academic Year 2007/2008 Version: 4.0 (Autumn 2007) This study guide is based on the regulations for the Bachelor-Master in Computational Engineering for the academinc year 2007/2008 October 14,

2 Contents What is Computational Engineering?... 3 Preamble... 3 A Summary of Some History... 3 Goals of the Programs... 3 General Information on the Programs... 4 The ECTS, the credit point system... 4 On the Format of Courses... 4 UnivIS = University Information System... 5 Structure of the Programs... 5 Bachelor Program... 5 Master Program... 6 Special Considerations... 8 Mentors... 8 Examinations... 8 Registration for the Exams... 8 The Study Plan... 9 Languages... 9 Relevant Boards of the University... 9 Bachelor Program in Computational Engineering... 9 General Information... 9 Admission Computer Science Fields Technical Application Fields Seminar Bachelor Thesis Internship Study Planning Examinations in the Bachelor program Standard Study Plans Contact Persons and Addresses

3 What is Computational Engineering? Preamble Computer Science is a key to research and development for cutting edge technology areas. Systems such as safe and environmentally friendly machines and plants, low emission engines, high performance circuitry, intelligent materials and machines, efficient production plants owe their existence to computers and Computer Science. The road to progress is, however, often interdisciplinary. Knowledge of the application must be combined with knowledge from Computer Science and Mathematics; engineers are to develop new solutions together with computer scientists and mathematicians. The traditional degree (Diplom) program in Computer Science only partially fulfils these new professional requirements. Therefore, several international top universities have created special interdisciplinary programs in Computational Engineering. The University of Erlangen Nürnberg is well placed to offer such a program: the Computer Science department is integrated into the Faculty of Engineering and there are many projects carried out jointly by computer scientists and other engineers. Interdisciplinary education in computer oriented technical subjects is thus a specialty of the University of Erlangen Nürnberg. The university has been the first in Germany to offer Computational Engineering (CE for short) at the Bachelor and Master levels. A Summary of Some History In the 1997/1998 winter term, the Faculty of Engineering began its English language based Master Program in Computational Engineering with funding from the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD). In the winter term 1999/2000 the German language based Bachelor Program was added, with the Master Program being revised according to the experience gained. The degrees offered at present are: Bachelor of Science after 6 semesters, and Master of Science after a further 4 semesters. With a total of ten semesters, the level of the Master degree is comparable with a German Diploma degree. The Master degree is also acknowledged as a prerequisite for German PhD programs. The combined Bachelor Master program consists of a compulsory set of courses in Computer Science and Applied (or Technical) Mathematics, a Technical Application Field (TAF for short) chosen from the Faculty of Engineering (excluding Computer Science), and Elective Technical Subjects (technische Wahlmodule). In this program, the TAF is central and has therefore significantly more weight than a subsidiary subject of the traditional kind. Thus it becomes possible to teach the basic knowledge of a technical discipline to which computer science methods can then fruitfully be applied. Goals of the Programs These programs were created with the following goals in mind: Demand. Graduates of both the Bachelor and Master Program will have excellent job prospects. With the double qualification in Computer Science and in Engineering, graduates can be employed both in computing and in engineering environments. Despite the shorter duration of their program, by specialising early, Bachelor students can participate in advanced application oriented courses, thereby obtaining an attractive qualification for the job market. In the Master program, subjects may be given more breadth and depth, so that students can be introduced to some of the current topics of research. 3

4 A successfully completed Masters degree will be acknowledged as basic qualification for being admitted to PhD exams at German universities. Actual admission to a PhD program, however, requires proof of high research potential, as best demonstrated by an outstanding Master thesis. International Orientation. The program is oriented towards the internationally accepted Bachelor Master structure. The majority of the courses in the Master program are in English, thus making it attractive for foreign students who cannot speak German. At the same time, German students in the Bachelor program are gradually introduced to English as an international scientific language. Study periods abroad are therefore easy for German students after the Bachelor program. Through the compatibility with the Anglo American university system and the English language courses, it becomes easier to participate in exchange programs and to change to a foreign university. Interdisciplinarity. Computational Engineering is an interdisciplinary field. The program includes Computer Science, Applied Mathematics and an Engineering field (as a TAF). Courses given jointly by faculty members from more than one department encourage interdisciplinary working. Flexibility. The integration of many different special fields requires a flexible organization of the study plans. Following the Anglo American pattern, students are encouraged to choose an individualized study plan from a wide selection of fields to suit their individual interests. The program is modular, as defined by the examination rules (Prüfungsordnung) and in this document. This is supported by an emphasis on advising students both by special academic advisors (Studienberater) for the CE program and by assigning each student a faculty member who acts as a mentor. General Information on the Programs The ECTS, the credit point system ECTS is short for European Credit Transfer System; according to this system a course is measured by a number of points, so called ECTS points. Typically, a single study module is evaluated with 2,5; 5; 7,5 or 10 ECTS points. In each semester the student has to gather 30 ECTS points. Remark. ECTS replaces the older evaluation system which was based on the number of SWS = Semesterwochenstunde (Woche=week, Stunde=hour/lesson). One SWS means one hour (actually 45 minutes) per week for the duration of a semester. If in the present study guide there is in some places reference to SWS, then 1 SWS corresponds in most cases to 1,25 ECTS point (e.g. two SWS = 2,5 ECTS). On the Format of Courses A course usually consists of a lecture (i.e. Vorlesung), marked by the letter V in the catalogue of lectures. Usually, a lecture is accompanied by an exercise class or tutorial (Übung) marked by ü in the catalogue. A Vorlesung and an accompanying Übung belong closely together. They cannot be taken as separate classes (items of study). Typically, the lecture is given by a faculty member, while the Übungen are taught by a (usually) lower rank assistant. Students are strongly advised to participate actively in the Übungen, since there more detailed questions can be asked. Weekly homework assignments often accompany the Übungen and their solutions will be discussed in the Übung. Successful completion of a course will require active participation in the Übung and this will in turn require a certain percentage of successfully completed homework assignments. Types of homework may be written assignments or programming exercises. The individual overall format of each course will be described by the instructor at the beginning of the semester. 4

5 In addition to Vorlesung and Übung, some classes involve lab sessions (Praktika) which are marked by P in the catalogue. Finally there are seminars (Seminar), marked by S or PS in the catalogue, where the latter stands for Proseminar. Such a Proseminar is especially designed for students within their first two years of study and usually cannot be used for credit in the CE Master program. Generally, the instructor of each class will announce what is required to successful passing of the course. Sometimes, this will deviate from the above general guidelines and it is each student s responsibility to inform herself/himself about the actual regulations. UnivIS = University Information System All important information on courses at the University is published in the UnivIS system in the World Wide Web. This includes dates, times and places of all current and past courses, as well as the faculty responsible and information on course content. UnivIS allows students to generate their timetables. UnivIS also includes information on faculty addresses and telephone numbers. Students need to refer to UnivIS often, so it is important that they familiarize themselves with the system as early as possible. UnivIS is located at erlangen.de. Structure of the Programs The two tables on the next pages shows an overview of the Bachelor and Master programs. Bachelor Program Mathematics (Mathematik) These obligatory courses correspond to the usual engineering mathematics courses (the version for Electrical Engineers) plus Numerical Mathematics (Numerik). Computer Science (Informatik) In the Bachelor program, there are obligatory courses which constitute the basic Computer Science education. They consist of a subset of the introductory level courses in the Computer Science program and a seminar. Technical Application Field (Technisches Anwendungsfach, TAF) Each student has to choose a TAF at the beginning of the first semester. The list of currently offered TAFs can be found in Sec. Technical Application Fields. The courses within the TAFs are obligatory. Elective Technical Subjects (Technische Wahlmodule) Here the student has to choose a set of related specialized Computer Science courses, for example, Computer Graphics and Visualization, Embedded Systems and Hardware Software Co Design, Computer Architecture and Parallel Computing, Database Systems, or Simulation. Please look up the UnivIS for courses offered by individual Chairs, and the Standard Study Plans of the several TAFs below. Internship and Soft skills (Praktikum und Schlüsselqualifikationen) An internship in industry comprises 10 weeks. For courses in Soft skills please look up the UniVis. (In the winter term 2007/2008 these soft skills all belong to philosophy. In future semesters other soft skills like languages or rhetorics or history will, hopefully, also be offered.) Seminar and Bachelor Thesis (Bachelor Arbeit) Self explanatory. View in temporal succession, the Bachelor study consists of two levels or parts. Introductory Level (1st 2nd Semester). This corresponds to the German Grundlagen und Orientierungsprüfung (GPO). The courses counting for the GPO are Grundlagen der Algorithmik, 5

6 Grundlagen der Technischen Informatik, Mathematik I A and Mathematik II A as well as one or two courses out of the TAF (see the standard study plans for courses marked by a dot in the first column denoted by GPO). Please note that the exams for these courses have to be passed at least within first three semesters. As a rule, an examination in this part can be repeated just once. Intermediate Level (3rd 6th Semester). Here the courses can be in English or in German; they allow students to pursue their specializations up to the Bachelor degree. The Bachelor degree therefore encompasses courses with a total of 180 ECTS, including the Bachelor thesis with 15 ECTS. As a rule, the Bachelor degree is obtained after six semesters. Master Program Mathematics (Mathematik) Mathematics lectures for the Master program may be taken from courses offered by the Department of Applied Mathematics, or from other technical fields with predominantly mathematical contents. Computer Science (Informatik) Here the student may take courses offered by the Computer Science Chairs. Technical Application Field (Technisches Anwendungsfach, TAF) Look up the standard study plans for the TAFs below. Elective Technical Subjects (Technische Wahlmodule) Here the student my choose a set of related specialized Computer Science courses, for example, Computer Graphics and Visualization, Embedded Systems and Hardware Software Co Design, Computer Architecture and Parallel Computing, Database Systems, or Simulation. Seminar This may be taken from Mathematics, Computer Science, or your TAF. Master Thesis (Master Arbeit) Self explanatory. The Master study consists of just one temporal block: Masters Level (7th 10th Semester). These courses are usually in English. The Master program contains courses with a total of 90 ECTS, plus one semester for the Master thesis with 30 ECTS. Thus, as a rule, the Master degree can be obtained within four semesters after the Bachelor degree. (There is a procedure to determine qualification for the Master study. In certain cases the Admission Commission may require additional exams from the fields Computer Science, Mathematics, and the TAFs.) 6

7 Bachelor Computational Engineering (based on the study regulation from 2007) 6. Sem. Simulation and Wissenschaftliches Rechnen 2 (7,5 ECTS, 6 SWS) 5. Sem. Simulation and Wissenschaftliches Rechnen 1 (7,5 ECTS, 6 SWS) 4. Sem. Mathematik IV A (5 ECTS, 2 SWS) Numerik 2 (Min. 2,5 ECTS, 2 SWS) 3. Sem. Mathematik III A (5 ECTS, 4 SWS) Numerik 1 (Min. 5 ECTS, 4 SWS) 2. Sem. 1. Sem. Total 180 ECTS Mathematik II A (10 ECTS, 8 SWS) Mathematik I A (7,5 ECTS, 6 SWS) Mathematics Systemprogrammierung (10 ECTS, 8 SWS) Grundlagen der Rechnerarchitektur und Rechnerorganisation (5 ECTS, 4 SWS) Grundlagen der Algorithmik (10 ECTS, 8 SWS) Grundlagen der Technischen Informatik (7,5 ECTS, 6 SWS) Computer Science Modules in this area depend on the Technical Application Field (TAF) Technical Application Field TAF Modules in this area are determined in the study concept Elective Technical Subjects The practical training and the softskills are determined in the study concept Internship and Softskills Mini. 35,0 ECTS 47,5 ECTS Min. 35,0 ECTS Max. 30,0 15 ECTS Seminar (2,5 ECTS, 2 SWS) Bachelor Thesis (15 ECTS) Seminar and Bachelor Thesis 7

8 Master Computational Engineering (based on the study regulation from 2007) 10. Sem. Master Thesis (30 ECTS) Sem. Modules in this area are determined in the study concept Seminar (5 ECTS) Modules in this area depend on the TAF Mathematics Computer Science Technical Application Field (TAF) Master Thesis Total 120 ECTS 30 ECTS 30 ECTS 30 ECTS 30 ECTS Special Considerations Students with a degree other than the Bachelor degree described in this document may also be admitted to the Master program. In order to ensure that these students are equally well prepared for the Master program, admission to these courses is conditional on students possessing adequate knowledge of the respective subjects. Students who do not fulfill these requirements enter the program via an orientation semester, which may require attendance and successful completion of introductory and intermediate level courses. The program is deliberately designed to give students a large amount of flexibility in the Technical, Computer Science Fields, and some related Fields. Students will plan appropriate combinations of courses together with their mentors, study advisors, and submit this plan to the examinations committee (Prüfungsausschuss). Mentors Every student may choose to have a mentor. A mentor is a member of the university faculty who can advise the student in matters concerning the program, and who is also available if problems occur. In order to ensure a high standard of support, only a small number of students is assigned to one mentor. Examinations Examinations take place in the exam period following the lecture. The exam period is set by the Prüfungsamt. An instructor may require a certain percentage of successfully completed homework before admitting a student to the exam and ask a student to bring the homework to the exam. Exams may be either written or oral exams, as announced by the instructor of the class and the Prüfungsamt. All examinations contribute to the final grade. The final grade is computed from the grades of the individual courses weighted by their credit points, i.e. ECTS points. The thesis work is included with a weight of 15 ECTS points for the Bachelor thesis, and of 30 ECTS points for the Master thesis. When a student fails in a course he or she must repeat the exam in the next examination period. Registration for the Exams For the obligatory lectures common to all the TAF, these are the lectures of the Mathematics and Computer Science fields, the students must register for the exams. The time and place of the 8

9 registration are announced by the Prüfungsamt and is usually several weeks before the exams take place. Students are required to register for the exams in person. No registration is required for the lectures in the TAF and in the Elective Technical Subjects. The modality and the time of the exams are determined by the lecturer. The Study Plan Once the student has chosen a TAF, the student proposes in agreement with the TAF advisor and the studies advisor the courses of the Elective Technical Subjects. These courses are listed in a study plan. The study plan can be updated each year. Each student has its own individual study plan which must be acknowledged by the TAF advisor and the corresponding studies advisor. Changes of the study plan can only be done with the permission of the TAF and studies advisors. Languages The Bachelor program consists mainly of German language courses in the first semesters. The number of English language courses increases in the latter half of the Bachelor program. The Master program requires a good knowledge of English. The Bachelor thesis may be written in English or German. The Master thesis is usually written in English. Relevant Boards of the University There are two boards of the University of particular interest for students of Computational Engineering. The Study Commission (Studienkommission) for Computational Engineering is responsible for academic questions concerning the program. It is made up of various faculty members and other university staff who are closely associated with the program. The Study Commission also has a student representative. The Examimination Committe (Prüfungsausschuss) is officially responsible for all questions concerning examinations. Please look up the UnivIS for the current representatives. Bachelor Program in Computational Engineering General Information Let us repeat some points already made earlier in this study guide: The program is interdisciplinary in the sense that courses are taken both in Computer Science and in a Technical Application Field (TAF). For most TAFs the courses start in the first semester. Students should therefore decide early which TAF they wish to study. The program furthermore contains the courses Mathematik für Ingenieure, where in Computational Engineering the version for electrical engineers (Elektrotechnik) should be taken. (Individual exceptions can be allowed after consultation with the studies advisor or the student s mentor.) It is recommended that students plan their program so that enough space remains during the fifth or sixth semester for the Bachelor thesis, as it requires a substantial amount of time. 9

10 Admission Admission to the Bachelor program is currently as for most programs in Germany open to anyone with the German high school qualification (Allgemeine Hochschulreife) or the foreign equivalent. It is highly recommended that applicants for Computational Engineering should have studied Mathematics and/or Natural Sciences at school. Computer Science Fields From the very first semester onward, students have courses in the Computer Science Fields, which contribute a total of 47,5 ECTS points to get the Bachelor degree. This guide, the mentors and the studies advisor will help students to choose appropriate courses, for example which supplement their individual TAF. The following list covers all Computer Science Chairs: 1. Theoretische Informatik (Theoretical Computer Science) 2. Programmiersysteme (Programming Systems) 3. Rechnerarchitektur (Computer Architecture) 4. Betriebssysteme (Operating Systems) 5. Mustererkennung (Pattern Recognition) 6. Datenbanksysteme (Database Systems) 7. Kommunikationssysteme (Communications Systems) 8. Künstliche Intelligenz (Artificial Intelligence) 9. Graphische Datenverarbeitung (Computer Graphics) 10. Systemsimulation (Simulation) 11. Software Engineering 12. Hardware Software Co Design Detailed information about these chairs may be looked up in the UnivIS. Technical Application Fields Students should choose their Technical Application Field at the beginning of the first semester before the registration to the obligatory exams. Advice is available from the Computational Engineering studies advisor and the contact persons from each TAF (see address list at the end of this guide). It follows an alphabetic list of all TAFs: 1. Automatic Control (Regelungstechnik) 2. Computational Optics (Photonik und Optik) 3. Information Technology (Informationstechnologie) 4. Materials Science (Werkstoffwissenschaft) 5. Mechatronics (Mechatronik) 6. Thermo and Fluiddynamics (Thermo und Fluiddynamik) Seminar At some time during the 6 semesters of the Bachelor program, students must successfully participate in a seminar. The seminar gives students the opportunity to practice giving a technical presentation. The seminar may be chosen from anywhere in Computer Science. Bachelor Thesis The Bachelor thesis is written in the 5th or 6th semester. The time required for it is about 360 hours. The student has to give an oral presentation of her/his bachelor thesis. 10

11 In many cases, the subject of the thesis will arise from a course in one of the special fields. Students are advised to contact faculty members for suitable topics. Internship At some time during the Bachelor program, a 10 week internship (Industriepraktikum) must be completed. Further information can be obtained from the contact persons from each TAF and from the internship offices (Praktikantenämter). Every TAF proposes a period of time which is more appropriate to complete the internship. The internship offices for each TAF are given in the following table: Automatic Control (Regelungstechnik) Computational Optics (Photonik und Optik) Information Technology (Informationstechnologie) Materials Science (Werkstoffwissenschaft) Mechatronics (Mechatronik) Thermo and Fluiddynamics (Thermo und Fluiddynamik) eei eei eei cbi The addresses of the internship offices are: eei: erlangen.de/praktikantenamt/ cbi: erlangen.de/deutsch/studium/studium_praktikumsordnung.htm Study Planning As already remarked earlier, every student should plan her/his courses carefully and make use of the advice available (please re read Section 2.8). Please note that, because the program allows so much freedom of choice of courses, scheduling conflicts may occur and prohibit taking certain combinations of courses in the same semester. Forms (to fill in) for the individual study plan can be obtained from the studies advisor Dr. Degen. Examinations in the Bachelor program In general, examinations of the obligatory courses must be taken in the examination period which is determined by the examination office (Prüfungsamt). For all other courses the examination date is determined by the lecturer. In case of Mathematik I A and Mathematik II A there is only one block exam. The same holds for Mathematik III A and Mathematk IV A. Certificates (Scheine) are required by the examination rules to document the successful participation in the lectures or the exercise classes. Standard Study Plans Here is a list of Standard Study Plans (Standard Studienkonzepte) for several TAFs. We give, for the time being, only the parts concerning the Bachelor study. 11

12 Bachelor CE Mechatronics (Mechatronik) GOP Semester SWS ECTS grades Computer Science 47,5 ECTS Grundlagen der Algorithmik ,0 Grundlagen der Technischen Informatik 4+2 7,5 Rechner architektur und organisation 2+2 5,0 Systemprogrammierung 8 10,0 SiWir 1 6 7,5 SiWir 2 6 7,5 47,5 Mathematics 35,0 Mathematik I A 4+2 7,5 Mathematik II A ,0 Mathematik III A 2+2 5,0 Mathematik IV A 2+2 5,0 Numerik 1 4 5,0 Numerik 2 2 2,5 35,0 TAF minimum 35,0 ECTS Grundlagen der Elektrotechnik I 4+2 7,5 Grundlagen der Elektrotechnik II 2+2 5,0 Grundlagen der Elektrotechnik III 2+2 5,0 Mechatronics 2+2 5,0 Statik und Festigkeitslehre 3+3 7,5 Sensorik 2+2 5,0 35,0 Tech. Wahlmodule maximum 30 ECTS Special Topics in Scientific Computing ,0 Computer Graphics 3+1 5,0 Interactive Computer Graphics 2 2,5 Scientific Visualization 2 2,5 Technische Akustik 5,0 Sensoren und Aktoren der Mechatronik 5,0 30,0 Internship and Softskills 15,0 ECTS Industriepraktikum 5,0 5,0 Softskills 2,5 Softskills 2,5 15,0 Seminar and Bachelor Thesis 17,5 Seminar 2,5 Referat und Bachelorarbeit 15,0 17,5 Bachelor CE, total 30,0 30,0 30,0 30,0 30,0 30,

13 Bachelor CE Materials Science (Werkstoffwissenschaft) GOP Semester Computer Science 47,5 ECTS SWS Grundlagen der Algorithmik ,0 Grundlagen der Technischen Informatik 4+2 7,5 ECTS grades Rechner architektur und organisation 2+2 5,0 Systemprogrammierung 8 10,0 SiWir 1 6 7,5 SiWir 2 6 7,5 47,5 Mathematics 35,0 Mathematik I A 4+2 7,5 Mathematik II A ,0 Mathematik III A 2+2 5,0 Mathematik IV A 2+2 5,0 Numerik 1 4 5,0 Numerik 2 2 2,5 35,0 TAF minimum 35,0 ECTS Werkstoffe: Herstellung und Struktur 3+1 5,0 Werkstoffe: Mechanische Eigenschaften und Verarbeitung Werkstoffe: Herstllung und organische Werkstoffe , ,0 Werkstoffe 5+6 2,0 10,5 Eigenschaften und Charakterisierung 4+2,5 2,5 5,0 40,0 Tech. Wahlmodule maximum 30 ECTS Special Topics in Scientific Computing ,0 Datenbanksysteme (????) 4+1 2,5 2,5 Applied Visualization 2+2 5,0 Numerical Simulation of Fluids 2+2 5,0 25,0 Internship and Softskills 15,0 ECTS Industriepraktikum 5,0 5,0 Softskills 2,5 Softskills 2,5 15,0 Seminar and Bachelor Thesis 17,5 Seminar 2,5 Referat und Bachelorarbeit 15,0 17,5 Bachelor CE, total 30,0 30,0 32,0 28,0 30,0 30,

14 Bachelor CE Automatic Control (Regelungstechnik) GOP Semester SWS ECTS grades Computer Science 47,5 ECTS Grundlagen der Algorithmik ,0 Grundlagen der Technischen Informatik 4+2 7,5 Rechner architektur und organisation 2+2 5,0 Systemprogrammierung 8 10,0 SiWir 1 6 7,5 SiWir 2 6 7,5 47,5 Mathematics 35,0 Mathematik I A 4+2 7,5 Mathematik II A ,0 Mathematik III A 2+2 5,0 Mathematik IV A 2+2 5,0 Numerik 1 4 5,0 Numerik 2 2 2,5 35,0 TAF minimum 35,0 ECTS Experimentalphysik f. NatWi I 4+1 7,5 Experimentalphysik f. NatWi II 5+1 7,5 Einfg. i.d. Regelungstechnik 3+1 5,0 Regelungstech. Praktikum f. MB u. CE 5 5,0 Synthese linearer Regelungen 2+2 5,0 Modellbildung in der Regelungstechnik 2+1 5,0 35,0 Tech. Wahlmodule maximum 30 ECTS Grundlagen der Schaltungstechnik 2+2 5,0 Grundlagen der Rechnerkommunikation 2+2 5,0 Softwaresysteme ,0 Verifikation Digitaler Systeme 2+2 5,0 Digitale Regelung 2+2 5,0 Ereignisdiskrete Systeme 2+2 5,0 30,0 Internship and Softskills 15,0 ECTS Industriepraktikum 5,0 5,0 Softskills 2,5 Softskills 2,5 15,0 Seminar and Bachelor Thesis 17,5 Seminar 2,5 Referat und Bachelorarbeit 15,0 17,5 Bachelor CE, total 32,5 27,5 30,0 30,0 30,0 30,

15 Bachelor CE Computational Optics (Photonik und Optik) GOP Semester SWS ECTS grades Computer Science 47,5 ECTS Grundlagen der Algorithmik ,0 Grundlagen der Technischen Informatik 4+2 7,5 Rechner architektur und organisation 2+2 5,0 Systemprogrammierung 8 10,0 SiWir 1 6 7,5 SiWir 2 6 7,5 47,5 Mathematics 35,0 Mathematik I A 4+2 7,5 Mathematik II A ,0 Mathematik III A 2+2 5,0 Mathematik IV A 2+2 5,0 Numerik 1 4 5,0 Numerik 2 2 2,5 35,0 TAF minimum 35,0 ECTS Experimentalphysik f. NatWi I 4+1 7,5 Experimentalphysik f. NatWi II 5+1 7,5 Experimentalphysik f. Physiker III 4+2 7,5 Grundkurs Optik I: Geomet. U. Tech. Opt ,0 Grundkurs Optik II: Wellenoptik 5 5,0 Photonik I 2+2 5,0 37,5 Tech. Wahlmodule maximum 30 ECTS Numerische Simulation von Lasern 2+2 5,0 Computer Graphics 3+1 5,0 Scientific Visualization 2 2,5 Optische Übertragungstechnik 2+2 5,0 Komponenten optischer Kommunikationssysteme 2+2 5,0 Photonik Praktikum 2+2 5,0 27,5 Internship and Softskills 15,0 ECTS Industriepraktikum 7,5 2,5 Softskills 2,5 Softskills 2,5 15,0 Seminar and Bachelor Thesis 17,5 Seminar 2,5 Referat und Bachelorarbeit 15,0 17,5 Bachelor CE, total 32,5 30,0 27,5 30,0 30,0 30,

16 Bachelor CE Information Technology (Informationstechnologie) GOP Semester SWS ECTS grades Computer Science 47,5 ECTS Grundlagen der Algorithmik ,0 Grundlagen der Technischen Informatik 4+2 7,5 Rechner architektur und organisation 2+2 5,0 Systemprogrammierung 8 10,0 SiWir 1 6 7,5 SiWir 2 6 7,5 47,5 Mathematics 35,0 Mathematik I A 4+2 7,5 Mathematik II A ,0 Mathematik III A 2+2 5,0 Mathematik IV A 2+2 5,0 Numerik 1 4 5,0 Numerik 2 2 2,5 35,0 TAF minimum 35,0 ECTS Elektronik und Schaltungstechnik 4+2 7,5 Praktikum Software. f. Mathematik 0+2 2,5 Signale und Systeme I 2+1 4,0 Signale und Systeme II 3+2 6,0 Digitale Signalverarbeitung 2+2 5,0 Nachrichtentech. Systeme 3+1 5,0 Digitale Übertragung 3+1 5,0 35,0 Tech. Wahlmodule maximum 30 ECTS Stochastische Prozesse 3+1 5,0 Rechnerkommunikation 2+2 5,0 Grundlagen d. Software Engineering 4+2 7,5 Informationstheorie 2+0 2,5 Simulation and Modeling 2+2 5,0 Kommunikationsnetze 3+1 5,0 30,0 Internship and Softskills 15,0 ECTS Industriepraktikum 5,0 5,0 Softskills 2,5 Softskills 2,5 10,0 Seminar and Bachelor Thesis 17,5 Seminar 2,5 Referat und Bachelorarbeit 15,0 17,5 Bachelor CE, total 30,0 30,0 29,0 31,0 30,0 30,

17 Bachelor CE Thermo and Fluiddynamics (Thermo und Fluiddynamik) GOP Semester SWS ECTS grades Computer Science 47,5 ECTS Grundlagen der Algorithmik ,0 Grundlagen der Technischen Informatik 4+2 7,5 Rechner architektur und organisation 2+2 5,0 Systemprogrammierung 8 10,0 SiWir 1 6 7,5 SiWir 2 6 7,5 47,5 Mathematics 35,0 Mathematik I A 4+2 7,5 Mathematik II A ,0 Mathematik III A 2+2 5,0 Mathematik IV A 2+2 5,0 Numerik 1 4 5,0 Numerik 2 2 2,5 35,0 TAF minimum 35,0 ECTS Experimentalphysik 4+2 7,5 Wärme und Stoffübertragung 2+2 5,0 Thermodynamik I 2+2 5,0 Thermodynamik II 2+2 5,0 Statik und Festigkeitslehre 3+3 7,5 Strömungsmechank für MB 2+2 5,0 35,0 Tech. Wahlmodule maximum 30 ECTS Special Topics in Scientific Computing ,0 Applied Visualization 3+1 5,0 Verbrennungstechnik 2+2 5,0 2,5 Angewandte Strömungsmechanik 4 5,0 2,5 Strömungsmechanik II für MB 2+2 5,0 30,0 Internship and Softskills 15,0 ECTS Industriepraktikum 5,0 5,0 Softskills 2,5 Softskills 2,5 15,0 Seminar and Bachelor Thesis 17,5 Seminar 2,5 Referat und Bachelorarbeit 15,0 17,5 Bachelor CE, total 30,0 30,0 30,0 30,0 30,0 30,

18 Contact Persons and Addresses Chairman of the Computational Engineering Program: Prof. Dr. Günther Greiner Lehrstuhl für Graphische Datenverarbeitung Am Weichselgarten 9 D Erlangen Tel: , Fax: Chairman of the Elite Program: Prof. Dr. Ulrich Rüde Lehrstuhl für Simulation Cauerstr. 6 D Erlangen, Germany Tel: , Fax: Chairman of the Admission Commission: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Joachim Hornegger Lehrstuhl für Mustererkennung Martensstr. 3 D Erlangen Tel.: , Fax.: Studies Advisor for the Bachelor Program: Dr. Wolfgang Degen Lehrstuhl für Systemsimulation Cauerstrasse 6 D Erlangen Tel.: , Fax.: Studies advisor for the Master program: Dr. Roberto Grosso Lehrstuhl für Graphische Datenverarbeitung Am Weichselgarten 9 D Erlangen Tel: , Fax: International Student Advisor: Elisabeth Mayer Rommelstr. 60 D Erlangen Tel.: , Fax:

19 Contact person for the Technical Field Computational Optics (Photonik und Optik) Prof. Dr. Ulf Peschel Institut für Optik, Information und Photonik Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg Günther-Scharowsky-Str. 1 / Bau 24 D Erlangen Tel.: , Fax: Contact person for the Technical Field Mechatronics (Mechatronik): PD Dr. Manfred Kaltenbacher Lehrstuhl für Sensorik Paul-Gordan-Str. 3/5 D Erlangen Tel.: , Fax.: WWW: Contact person for the Technical Field Information Technology (Informationstechnologie): Prof. Dr.-Ing. Walter Kellermann Chair for Multimedia Communications and Signal Processing Cauerstr. 7 D Erlangen Tel.: , Fax. : WWW: wk Contact person for the Technical Field Thermo- and Fluiddynamics (Thermo- und Fluiddynamik): Dr. Stefan Becker Lehrstuhl für Strömungsmechanik Cauerstr. 4 D Erlangen Tel.: , Fax: Contact person for the Technical Field Material Science (Werkstoffwissenschaft): Prof. Dr. Alexander Hartmeier Lehrstuhl für Werkstoffwissenschaften Martensstr Erlangen Tel.: , Fax: Contact person for the Technical Field Automatic Control (Regelungstechnik): Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Moor Lehrstuhl für Regelungstechnik Cauerstr. 7 D Erlangen Tel.: , Fax:

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