Technische Universität Ilmenau

Electronics Technology 1 - Modultafeln of TU Ilmenau

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module properties Electronics Technology 1 in major Bachelor Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik 2013
module nameElectronics Technology 1
module number66
departmentDepartment of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
ID of group 2146 (Electronics Technology Group)
module leaderProf. Dr. Jens Müller
credit points6
Obligationobligatory
requirements

Basics of electrical engineering and material science

certificate of the module Individual achievements or exams
details of the certificate
Signup details for alternative examinations
learning outcome

Students are able to evaluate and to differentiate requirements on microelectronic circuit boards. They learn to apply their knowledge in the electronic design process (from circuit schematic to a circuit board).


Special skills: basic knowledge of manufacturing technologies for electronic systems, knowledge of typically used materials and their properties, early identification of development trends, new technologies and techniques.


Methodological competences: systematic identification of problems and requirements, application of state of the art knowledge, computer aided design, documentation of results. Systems competences:understanding the correlations between design/material/technology and function/system reliability, development of interdisciplinary thinking


Social competences: communication, ability to work in a team, self-confident presenting, environmental consciousness

The module contains the following subjects:
Electronics Technology 1
credit points6
Obligationobligatory
certificate of the subjectwritten examination performance, 90 minutes
term Wintersemester