Core electives are part of fifth semester curriculum. Due to these elective modules, the students can tailor their course contents according to their own inclinations and interests. Every student has to select two modules out of a given catalogue. These modules have a direct industrial relevance to automation, robotics and manufacturing as well as power engineering and automotive sectors. A list of potential electives is normally published at the end of the fourth semester. The modules for which a sufficient number of students register, are offered in the following semester. Instead of English-language modules, the students may also opt one or both modules from the TWIN programme offered in German.
Please note that it cannot be guaranteed that all the modules are offered every year. Only those modules will be offered for which sufficient resources and sufficient participants are available. The choice of a specific core elective module becomes binding when a student appears in its examination for the first time. It is also possible, to participate modules from the TWIN programm BMC. The language is exclusively German.
Applied Machine Learning and Design of Experiments
|Applied Machine Learning||4||SU, Ü|
|Design of Experiments||4||SU, Ü|
Automated Systems and Human-Machine Interaction
|Automated and Connected Mobility||2||SU, Ü|
|Human-Machine Interaction||4||SU, Ü, Pr|
|Interlinked Production||2||SU, Ü, Pr|
Automation and Robotics
|Digital Control||2||SU, Ü|
|Signal Processing||2||SU, Ü|
Crytography and Digital Hardware Design
|Crypotgraphy and Hacking||4||SU, Ü, Pr|
|Hardware Description Languages||2||SU, Ü|
|Lab SystemVerilog Design with FPGAs||2||Pr|
*: Credit points are assigned after an examination in another semester.
CP: credit points; CH: credit hours; SU: Seminaristischer Unterricht/lecture;
Ü: Übung/exercise; Pr: Praktikum/laboratory; S: Seminar/seminar