Arbeitstechniken im Maschinenbau (englisch)
- Typ: Kurs (Ku)
KIT-Fakultäten - KIT-Fakultät für Maschinenbau - Institut für Arbeitswissenschaft und Betriebsorganisation
KIT-Fakultäten - KIT-Fakultät für Maschinenbau
- Semester: SS 2021
- Dozent: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Barbara Deml
- SWS: 1
- LVNr.: 2110969
- Hinweis: Online
The course aims to acquire the necessary basic knowledge about scientific work in the field of mechanical engineering and the practical completion of a scientific thesis. The thesis is prepared in the form of a literature work and represents the state of research on a current engineering topic. The required theoretical basis will be trained in the following topics of the e-learning course „Basics of scientific work for students in the field of mechanical engineering":
In addition to the e-learning course, the practical process of a scientific thesis will be learned over the whole semester period in a group on current topics by the institutes of the KIT-department of Mechanical Engineering. The groups are supervised by the respective institutes and the theoretical basics are trained in further exercises.
On completion of the course the students are able:
The course will be passed, if:
If you have not submitted the respective exercises by the deadline or insufficient quality, you have to compensate for this by an additional exam in form of a written exercise after consultation with the coordinating institute (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you have not submitted the additional exercises by the agreed deadline or insufficient quality, the course will be failed and must be repeated in one of the following semesters.
The course addresses students in the Bachelor program Mechanical Engineering in the fourth semester. Students in the Bachelor program Mechanical Engineering in the second semester, as well as students in the Master program Mechanical Engineering or other programs, may participate in case of vacancies. The lecture consists of an e-learning course, combined with an online exam and accompanying self-study over the entire lecture period.