Unterlagen zur Vorlesung Automatisierungstechnik 1 für IWI 3

  • Skripte zu den Vorlesungsteilen Messtechnik und Regelungstechnik
  • Übungen
  • Lösungen

Unterlagen zur Vorlesung Automatisierungstechnik 2 für IWI

  • Folien (zum Teil in der Vorlesung zu ergänzen)
  • Übungsblätter
  • Unterlagen zur Prüfungsvorbereitung
Module objectives:

The students will be capable of identifying technical problems which can be solved by means of programming. They can develop and approach to solve such problems as they know language elements and control structures of a structured programming language as well as basic algorithms. Finally, they can implement the problem solution as running computer program using a common programming language (Python).

Module description:
  • Fundamentals
  • Elementary data types
  • Variables and constants
  • Input / output
  • Operators (arithmetical, boolean, assignment)
  • Functions: usage of given functions and implementation of user-defined functions
  • control structures: branches and loops
  • Aggregated and structured types

Elektrische Energietechnik für IWI4

This course is mandatory for IWI students in the 3rd semester.

This course will be held mainly in presence starting on Wednesday, the 15th of March!
The first lecture will be without exercise and will finish at 11:20.
Generally, lectures will take place from 9:50 until 13:10 on a weekly basis in lecture room E3.06.

The aims of this course are to

-     Understand the main tasks of the Human Resources Department and People Leadership

-     Be able to conduct tasks such as staff planning, preparing job profiles for the hiring of candidates and determining performance goals

-     Combine all contents in order to solve case studies and real life HR related tasks from a mangement perspective

-     Know about intercultural aspects of teams and international issues of organisations

-     Be able to suggest organisational adaptions in order to achieve strategic goals, such as staff retainment, development and transformation

Having participated in this module, students have a well-founded understanding of microeconomics and macroeconomics. They can describe the incentives and decision making processes of firms and consumers and are able to assess the impact of different market environments on the resulting market equilibrium and the welfare of an economy. Students can evaluate why certain market environments can imply market failure and why certain regulatory measures can be applicable. Students can evaluate the impact of different regulatory measures on the market equilibrium and the welfare of an economy. Their knowledge of macroeconomic models allows them to evaluate when such models are to be used and to discuss outcomes of such models in light of recent economic developments. Students are able to discuss current topics in economic policy and are able to critically evaluate proposed policy measures and their impact for businesses and society.