SS 2018

Elektrotechnik 2 (04-26-2-ET2-V)

Im Sommersemester 2018 bieten wir für alle Bachelorstudenten der Produktionstechnik die Vorlesung Elektrotechnik 2 an.
 
Kurzbeschreibung:
 
Nach dem zweiten Semester sind die Studierenden vertraut mit den Merkmalen von Wechselstrombauelementen. Sie sind in der Lage einfache Schaltungen, wie Filter oder Schwingkreise zu berechnen und das Übertragungsverhalten von U, I und Phase zu beschreiben. Sie beherrschen Grundsätzliches zum Umgang mit Vierpolen, zur Elektrostatik, zum stationären elektrischen Strömungsfeld sowie zum magnetischen Feld.
 
Inhalte:
1. Wechselstrom und Wechselstromwiderstände
2. Wechselstromrechnung mit komplexen Zahlen
3. Ortskurven
4. Rechnen mit Vierpolen
5. Grundlagen der Feldtheorie
6. Drehstrom
 
Lehrende: Prof. Dr. Jürgen Pannek
Termine:
  • Freitag 10-12 Uhr, NW1 H1 - H0020
Form: Vorlesung
ECTS: 4
Sprache: Deutsch
Vorlesungsbeginn: 06.04.2018

Elektrotechnik 2 Übung (04-26-1-ET2-Ü)

Im Sommersemester 2018 bieten wir für alle Bachelorstudenten der Produktionstechnik die Übung zur Elektrotechnik 2 an.
 
Kurzbeschreibung:
 
Nach dem zweiten Semester sind die Studierenden vertraut mit den Merkmalen von Wechselstrombauelementen. Sie sind in der Lage einfache Schaltungen, wie Filter oder Schwingkreise zu berechnen und das Übertragungsverhalten von U, I und Phase zu beschreiben. Sie beherrschen Grundsätzliches zum Umgang mit Vierpolen, zur Elektrostatik, zum stationären elektrischen Strömungsfeld sowie zum magnetischen Feld.
 
Inhalte:
1. Wechselstrom und Wechselstromwiderstände
2. Wechselstromrechnung mit komplexen Zahlen
3. Ortskurven
4. Rechnen mit Vierpolen
5. Grundlagen der Feldtheorie
6. Drehstrom

 
Lehrende: Joshua Obermeyer, Jennifer Hinz
Termine:
  • Dienstag: 16-18 Uhr, NW2 C0290 (Hörsaal 1)
  • Mittwoch: 14-16 Uhr, NW2 C0290 (Hörsaal 1)
  • Donnerstag: 16-18 Uhr, NW2 C0290 (Hörsaal 1)

Form: Übung
Sprache: Deutsch

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

During the summer term 2017 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:
    Monday, 12-2 pm
    BIBA, Room 1040
Tutorials:
    Thursday, 2-4 pm
    BIBA, Room IPS Lab 1
First lecture:
    09.04.2018

Optimization of Economic Processes (04-M10-2-PT16)

During the summer term 2018 the lecture on Optimization of Economic Processes will be offered. The lecture aims at master students Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen, but is open for all interested students.
 
Topics:
 
The lecture is structured into a theoretical and an application part. The theoretical part deals with
  • Penalty- and Multiplicator-Methods
  • Duality, Sensitivity and Parametric Optimization
  • Integer Optimization and Heuristics
and the application part contains
  • Production and Inventory
  • Restoration and Replacement
  • Investment and Financial Planning
  • Resource Management
Lectures:
    Friday, 12-2pm
    BIBA, Room 1020
First lecture:
    06.04.2018

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

During the summer term 2018 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
Date: tba
Form: Projektplenum
ECTS: 12
Language: Englisch
Max. number of participants: 10

Localisation of autonomous vehicles in indoor environment (04-V07-P-SW-1709)

During the winter term 2017/2018 and summer term 2018 the course Localisation of autonomous vehicles in indoor environment will be offered. The course is intended for all master students Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen in the teaching project module.
 
Description of the course:
 
The aim of this project is to use a model car on base of the Raspberry Pi platform utilizing the card kit to localize it in indoor environemnts. Incorporating indoor localization systems based on distributed beacons this should be realized via predefined reference points. This beacons enable the distributed cars to collect localization data and provide them in real-time. Furthermore, the communication among the cars should be considered, e.g. utilizing the Google-Protobuf protocol to broadcast the necessary information about the states.
 
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Jürgen Pannek, Tobias Sprodowski
Form: Projektplenum
ECTS: 12
Language: Englisch
Max. number of participants: 12

Assembly of autonomous model cars and implementation of suitable sofware interface for end user applications (04-V07-P-SW-1710)

During the winter term 2017/2018 and summer term 2018 the course Assembly of autonomous model cars and implementation of suitable sofware interface for end user applications will be offered. The course is intended for all master students Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen in the teaching project module.
 
Description of the course:
 
The aim of this project will be the assembly of a model car based on the Raspberry Pi platform utilizing the Car Kit. Both, on hardware and software level, should be realized that an easy control of the car is possible.
The full kit should be completed including camera, sonar sensors, GPS and driving unit to be able to move autonomous.
On the software level the control of the dynamics of the system should be provided via an interface. Furthermore, additional interfaces to control camera as the other sensors (GPS, sonar) should be realized to allow applications to use them directly.
 
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Jürgen Pannek, Tobias Sprodowski
Form: Projektplenum
ECTS: 12
Language: Englisch
Max. number of participants: 12

Design and implementation of a predictive control for autonomous model cars based on embedded systems (04-M07-P-ST-1753)

During winter term 2017/2018 and summer term 2018 the course Design and implementation of a predictive control for autonomous model cars based on embedded systems will be offered. The course is intended for all master students Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen in the teaching project module.
 
Description of the course:
The aim of this project is to control a model car based on the Raspberry Pi platform with the Car Kit utilizing a model predictive control. Therefore, the model cars should be able to exchange positions among them and the planned trajectory in an enclosed environement. Optionally, a simple obstacle recognition would be eiligible.
 
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Jürgen Pannek, Tobias Sprodowski
Form: Projektplenum
ECTS: 12
Language: Englisch
Max. number of participants: 12

The effect of production innovation and production development costs on dynamic contract extension (04-M10-LP-1753)

During summer term 2018 and winter term 2018/2019 the course The effect of production innovation and production development costs on dynamic contract extension will be offered. The course is intended for all master students Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen in the teaching project module.
 
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Jürgen Pannek, Haniyeh Dastyar
Form: Projektplenum
ECTS: 12
Language: Englisch
Max. number of participants: 4-6