SS 2016

Modeling and System Identification (04-M10-2-PT15)

During the summer term 2016 we offer the lecture on Modeling and System Identification. The lecture aims at master students Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen, but is open for all interested students.
 
Topics:
  • Modeling of technical, economic and evolutionary processes
  • Structure of system identification
  • Least Square Estimator
  • Maximum Likelihood and Bayes Estimator
  • Dynamic system models
  • Model selection and validation
  • Kalman filtering
Lectures:
    Thursday, 10-12am
    BIBA, Room 1020
Tutorials:
    Wednesday, 10-12am
    BIBA, Room IPS Lab 2
First lecture:
    07.04.2015

Dynamics in Logistics - Basics for Multidisciplinary Approaches (04-M10-L-PT50) (Kopie 1)

During the summer term 2016 we offer the course Dynamics in Logistics - Basics for Multidisciplinary Approaches. The course is intended for all master students Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen in the teaching project module.
 
Description of the course:
 
Each participant does, along with a supervisor, a research project. The project should fit the topic and needs to be completed within the specified period. The project is evaluated based on the project handling, a presentation on the findings as well as a written final report. There will be discussions with the respective supervisor regularly. Forum for the presentation is the Interdisciplinary Research Colloquium of the IGS, which will be held every Thursday morning.
 
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Jürgen Pannek, Dr. Ingrid Rügge, Jannicke Baalsrud Hauge
Date: tba
Form: Projektplenum
ECTS: 12
Language: Englisch
Max. number of participants: 10
 
Application will be possible via the ELearning homepage. Before begin of winter term, the accepted participants will be notified.
An application is not equivalent to an admission for the project.

ALFRED

During the summer term 2016 until winter term 2016/2017 we offer the course ALFRED. The course is intended for all master students Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen in the teaching project module.
 
Description of the course:
 
In this teaching project the students shall design a robot, which serves as butler within the BIBA building, guides visitors to offices and provides information. An existing wheeled platform shall be used and extended. Design and construction are fully free.
What we offer:
  • Hardware and basic programs
  • Budget for implementation of the project
What we expect:
  • Alfred shall guide guests to target rooms (autonomous driving and positioning)
  • Simple interface (graphical and speech recognition)
  • Style in design and functionality
  • Thorough documentation

 
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Jürgen Pannek, Tobias Sprodowski
Date: NN
advance information appointment: NN
Form: Projektplenum
ECTS: 12
Language: German
Max. number of participants: 8