This is an interdisciplinary course combining electrical engineering and computer science.
The course provides additional qualification for students in project work and project administration.
The course consists of two units:
You will be working in groups of 2 or 3 students on a project to solve a practical or theoretical engineering problem for the industry, or others. A typical project will include: Project planning, budget and cost analysis, literature studies and research, design and construction of prototype (where applicable), verification of results, documentation.
The module focuses on mathematical modeling (differential equations, transfer functions, the laplace transform, state space models) and stability analysis (Ruuths Criterion, Nyquist's stability criterion, the bode diagram, computers in modeling and simulation.) Computers in control systems (Mathlab, Simulink, Labview) is also a part of the module.
The teaching methods include lectures, tutorials and laboratory practice.
Head of Study: Eli Nummedal. Phone: +4757722621
Faculty of Engineering and Science
Sist endra: Friday 08 March 2013 11:04:55 am