Sports Equipment Technology: Curriculum

Here you'll find detailed information on current courses of the Bachelor's degree program Sports Equipment Technology. Please note that due to ongoing updates not all courses of the program might be fully displayed. A complete overview of the curriculum for the study year 2016/17 is going to be published in the course of the summer semester 2016.

1. Semester

Name ECTS
SWS
Module 1.1 Basic electro-technics (M1.1)
German / iMod
4.50
-
Applied electrical engineering in sports equipment technology 1 (AET)
German / UE
1.50
3.00

Course description

The students are guided to autonomous design, assembly and testing of basic electrnoic circuits on basis of passive components in an application oriented way.

Methodology

Lecutres based on Powerpoint, Open Discussion and examples will be discussed during lectures. Labwork to learning topics and understanding by doing pratical work.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • calculate simple electrical designs on proto boards, measure the electrical current und voltage
  • explain electronic devices and measure the respetive diagramms

Course contents

  • Fundamentals of electrical engineering e.g. current, voltage, signal shapes, charge, resistance
  • Laboratory classes using standard measurement equipment with assembly and testing of basic circuits with passive components

Prerequisites

none

Literature

  • Buchexzerpten:
  • Böhmer "Elemente der angewandten Elektronik"
  • Beuth "Elektronik 2: Bauelemente"

Assessment methods

  • Written examination
  • Continuous rating of compliance including rating of the laboratory protocol
Electrical engineering 1 (ETE)
German / VO
3.00
2.00
Module 1.2 basics of technical and natural science (M1.2)
German / kMod
7.50
-
Computer Science 1 (INF)
German / ILV
3.00
2.00

Course description

Basics of Structured Software Development.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • create structured applications using loops, branches and functions.
  • use Matlab correctly to solve problems
  • use C# correctly

Course contents

  • data types
  • variables
  • branches (if, ...)
  • loop (while, for, ...)
  • functions
  • file-I/0

Prerequisites

- Basics of Using a Computer

Literature

  • Power-Point-Präsentation
  • C#-Tutorial
  • Matlab-Help
  • Internet

Assessment methods

  • Oral presentations of exercises
  • Number of solved examples
Technical mathematics 1 - tutorials (MATU)
German / VO, UE
1.50
1.00

Course description

Systems of equations and functions

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • calculate with different kinds of functions
  • solve systems of equations using matrices

Course contents

  • equations
  • functions
  • trigonometry
  • vectors
  • vector algebra
  • systems of equations
  • matrices
  • complex numbers

Prerequisites

Highschooldegree

Literature

  • Papula, Lothar, Vieweg Verlag. Mathematik für Ingenieure und Naturwissenschaftler Band 1 und 2
  • Skripten des Lektors zum Download
  • Übungsbeispiele

Assessment methods

  • Oral presentations of exercises
  • Number of solved examples
  • Exam
Technical physics 1 (TP)
German / VO
3.00
2.00

Course description

Teach technical bases

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • solve physico-mechanic problems in dynamics and rotation
  • explain the basics of biomedical instrumentation and motion analysis.
  • explain the appication of physico-mechanic principles on sports equipment.

Course contents

  • Kinematics of the translational and rotational
  • Dynamics of translation and rotation
  • Forces, energy, momentum, power
  • Applications in sports equipment
  • Foundations of biomedical instrumentation and motion analysis

Prerequisites

Basic skills

Literature

  • Trieb L., Schweitzer Ch. (2002).Physik 1-3. Wien:Veritas
  • Lindner H. (1999).Physik für Ingenieure. Leipzig-Köln: Fachbuchverlag
  • Hutten H.(1995). Biomedizinische Technik. Band 1, Berlin Heidelberg New York: Springer-Verlag

Assessment methods

  • Continuous assessment
  • Final examination
Module 1.3 Sports & Medicine 1 (M1.3)
German / kMod
6.00
-
Medicine 1 (MED)
German / VO
3.00
2.00

Course description

Introduction to the locomotor apparatus.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • Name the biological aspects of the muscular-skeletal system (relevant tissues)
  • explain the basics of the skeletal system (as bones and joints)
  • explain the anatomy and function of the human body

Course contents

  • Introduction to the biology of tissues in the locomotor apparatus
  • General anatomy of the bone,of the articulations and of the skeletal muscle
  • Anatomy of the trunk and the limbs under biomechanical aspects

Literature

  • CDs
  • Demonstrations- u. Evaluationssoftware
  • Power Point-Präsentation
  • Lehrbuch von M.Schünke: Der Körper des Menschen,Thieme Verlag 2004

Assessment methods

  • Written examination
  • After failing oral examination
Sports practice exercises 1 (SPPUE1)
German / SO
1.00
1.00

Course description

Exercises in different kind of Sports and getting to know different Sports equipment

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • demonstrate the safe use of the sports equipment in the optional fields (MTB, Climbing, racket Sports).
  • describe the intricacies and details of the sports equipment in the optional fields (Climbing, MTB) from the perspective of material science.

Course contents

  • mountainbiking
  • crag climbing
  • bouldering
  • racket sports (Tennis/ Squash / Badmington)

Literature

  • Papers
  • Cds
  • Handouts

Assessment methods

  • Skills
  • Permanent
  • protocol
Sports practice weeks 1 (SPPW)
German / SO
2.00
2.00

Course description

Intensive exercises in different kinds of winter sports during one week.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • demonstrate and teach the state-of-the-art in sporting technique of the optional fields (snowboard, ski).
  • describe the intricacies and details of the sports equipment in the optional fields (snowboard, ski) from the perspective of material science and motoin analysis.

Course contents

  • beginner lessons (ski or snowboard)
  • lessons for technology improvement
  • materials Presentations (ski, snowboard)
  • materials Preparation (waxing, etc.)
  • own practice

Literature

  • Skripts
  • CD-Rom
  • Handout

Assessment methods

  • Permanent
Module 1.4 Mechicans Basics (M1.4)
German / kMod
4.00
-
Applied mechanics 1 (AGM)
German / VO
3.00
2.00

Course description

Introduction to Mechanics (Statics)

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • solve static problems and calculate the reaction forces using graphic and arithmetic methods
  • explain the different types of use of the scienceof strength of materials.
  • calculate the cross-sectional stress of rod-sharped bodies

Course contents

  • Basic principles in statics.

Literature

  • Skripten
  • CDs
  • Demonstrations- und Evaluationssoftware

Assessment methods

  • Continuous assessment
  • Final examination
Design (KL)
German / VO
1.00
1.00

Course description

The course imparts basic knowledge and understanding for reading and providing of technical drawings.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • explain the relevant contents of technical drawings
  • describe parts in standardized views and projection methods

Course contents

  • Providing of basic technical drawings and views
  • Knowledge about contents of technical drawings, tolerance and surface systems.

Prerequisites

Basic technical knowledge, 3D thinking.

Literature

  • Roloff/Matek "Maschinenelemente"
  • Sabine Labisch "Technisches Zeichnen"

Assessment methods

  • Test (written) - Home exercise (project) both cout equal and have to be positive.

Anmerkungen

compulsory attendance

Module 1.5 materials theory and practice (M1.5)
German / kMod
5.00
-
Materials sciences and lightweight construction 1 (MWL)
German / VO
3.00
2.00

Course description

The course will provide basic knowledge in materials science.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • explain the structure of polymers and metals.
  • select appropriate test methods for the determination of material properties.
  • assess the influence of the structure of polymers to the properties.
  • take into account the influence of the temperature to the properties of polymers in applications.

Course contents

  • Fundamentals of Materials Science
  • Structure of metals and polymers
  • Materials Testing
  • Polymers

Prerequisites

none

Literature

  • PowerPoint Folien zur Vorlesung G. W. Ehrenstein (1999): Polymer-Werkstoffe, Hanser W. Seide (1999): Werkstofftechnik, Hanser

Assessment methods

  • Written end exam
Practical workshops 1 (FAP1)
German / LAB
2.00
2.00

Methodology

practical exercises

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • describe the production process of a sports device (Snowboard) and explain it.
  • carry out servicing and tuning work on sports equipment (winter sports and mountain bike).

Course contents

  • Composite-technology: technology and production of resins, options of curing resins (warm curing, cold curing), courses of curing, chemistry of duroplastics, technology of fibre sheets, titer of fibres, Siloxanes, options of material failures, isotropic and anisotropic properties of composites, systems of hardeners and accelerators, practical exercise, safety instructions.

Prerequisites

Composites: Basics in organic chemistry, syllabus of Sem. 1st.

Assessment methods

  • Assessment of the practical exercise to announced criteria.

Anmerkungen

Composite-technology: the wearing of protective clothing in the workshop is mandatory! Without the wearing of protective clothing no student is allowed to enter the workshop! Hazardous materials!

Module 1.6 Softskills 1 (M1.6)
German / kMod
3.00
-
Rhetoric and communication (RHK)
German / SE
1.50
1.00

Course description

In the course the students learn to present issues and facts in a target oriented way. Fundamentals and theory of rhetoric and introduction to communication theory and presentation techniques (Walter Scholz). This is followed by practical exercises and a video analysis (Bahar Kasiri).

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • present a given set of facts in free speech in a structured manner (optionally with a keyword-list).
  • prepare simple technical issues for specific target groups (especially for "nontechnicians") using different versions of the entry and exit in the presentation.

Course contents

  • preparing, structuring and reducing information
  • targets and structure of a presentation
  • media and media use
  • structuring subsidies
  • body language, language and voice
  • dealing with questions from the audience

Prerequisites

none

Literature

  • Bilinski, Wolfgang (2006): Rhetorik - das Trainingsbuch, Verlag Haufe, Freiburg
  • Hartmann, Martin/Funk, Rüdiger/Nietmann, Horst (2012): Präsentieren, 9.Auflage, Verlag Beltz, Weinheim
  • Hierhold, Emil (2005): Sicher präsentieren, wirksamer vortragen, 7. Auflage, Redline Wirtschaft, Ueberreuter, Heidelberg
  • Lehner, Martin (2013): Viel Stoff - wenig Zeit; 4.Auflage, Haupt Verlag, Bern, Stuttgart
  • Schilling, G. (2006): Angewandte Rhetorik und Präsentationstechnik, Berlin:Schilling
  • Will, Hermann (2006): Mini-Handbuch Vortrag und Präsentation, Verlag Beltz,
  • weitere Unterlagen zu Beginn der Lehrveranstaltung

Assessment methods

  • Course immanent assessment method

Anmerkungen

none

Technical English (ENG)
English / ILV
1.50
1.00

Course description

Starting from the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages B1+, we aim at developing and strengthening the vocabulary of the students’ field of study along with the language skills required for technical and creative communication

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • structure and describe a technical process in English for a given target group;
  • illustrate and explain abstract technical concepts in English using real-life examples;

Course contents

  • distinguishing the three main types of discourse
  • audience adaptation in terms of language and content
  • impact analysis
  • technical process descriptions
  • autobiography (with appropriate language structures)

Prerequisites

- Common European Framework of Reference for Languages Level B1+ - Completion of previous semester course

Literature

  • Maderdonner, O. / et al (2014): Technical and Creative Communication, Skriptum
  • Connolly, P. / Kingsbury, P. et al. (2014):eSNACK, Lernplattform
  • Additional current handouts and audio-visual support

Assessment methods

  • Course immanent assessment method, i.e. active participation in class activities and timely completion of assignments

2. Semester

Name ECTS
SWS
Module 2.1 Grundlagen Elektrotechnik 2 (M2.1)
German / iMod
4.50
-
Applied electrical engineering in sports eqipment technology 2 (AES2)
German / LAB
1.50
1.00

Course description

The students are guided to autonomous design, assembly and testing of basic electronic circuits in an application oriented way.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • setup, build of schematics with transistors and measure electrical charactericsts
  • setup, build of schematics with OpAmp and measure electrical charactericsts

Course contents

  • Laboratory classes (with sensors) using standard measurement equipment with assembly and testing of basic circuits.

Prerequisites

Content of the lecture "Elektrotechnik I"

Literature

  • Buchexzerpten:
  • Böhmer "Elemente der angewandten Elektronik"
  • Beuth "Elektronik 2: Bauelemente"

Assessment methods

  • Written examination
  • Continuous rating of compliance including rating of the laboratory protocol
Electrical engineering 2 and electronics (ETE)
German / VO
3.00
2.00

Course description

The Students are guided to autonomous design, assembly and testing of basic electronic circuits on basis of passive and active components in an application oriented way.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • identify and dimensioning of simple electrical schematics with transistors
  • identify and dimensioning of simple electrical schematics with Operational Amplifier
  • identify and dimensioning of simple electrical filter
  • identirfy ADC and DAC in complex systems and apply given systems to other systems

Course contents

  • Active electronic components (diodes, transistors, operational amplifiers, sensores)
  • Application in two-terminal and two-port networks, laboratory classes using standard measurement equipment (analog and storage oscilloscope, function generator, frequency counter, power supply) with design, assembly and testing of circuits with passive and active components (amplifiers, filter, further op-amp applications)

Prerequisites

Auccessful passing of the first semester "Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering"

Literature

  • Skriptum ReichelnBuchexzerpte:n
  • Böhmer "Elemente der angewandten Elektronik"
  • Beuth "Elektronik 2: Bauelemente"
  • Beuth "Elektronik 3"

Assessment methods

  • Written examination
  • Continuous rating of compliance including rating of the laboratory protocol
Module 2.2 Sports & Medicine 2 (M2.3)
German / kMod
4.50
-
Medicine 2 (MED2)
German / VO
1.50
1.00

Course description

- Physiology of nerv and muscle - Circulatory physiology

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • describe the functional anatomy of the neuromuscular system
  • describe the cardiovascular system

Course contents

  • nerv cell
  • action potential
  • synapse
  • neurotransmitter
  • muscle cell
  • energy management und neuromuscular transmission
  • circulatory system with heart
  • blood vessels and blood

Literature

  • Schünke:Der Körper des Menschen Thieme Verlag Stuttgart 2008

Assessment methods

  • Written examination
Sports practice exercises 2 (SPUE)
German / SO
1.00
1.00

Course description

Exercises in different kinds of sports.

Methodology

Practising methodological exercises

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • describe the intricacies and details of the sports equipment in the optional fields from the perspective of material science.

Course contents

  • tennis
  • softball
  • waterski

Literature

  • Handouts
  • Online Regelwerke

Assessment methods

  • Permanent
Sports practice weeks 2 (SPPW)
German / SO
2.00
1.00

Course description

Intensive exercises in different kind of summer sports during one week.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • describe the intricacies and details of the sports equipment in the optional fields from the perspective of material science.
  • describe the current state of sports equipment in the optional fields from the viewpoint of kinematics.

Course contents

  • beginner lessons (windsurfing or Kite-Surfing)
  • lessons for technique improvement
  • materials Presentations (kite, sail)
  • own practice

Literature

  • skripts

Assessment methods

  • Permanent
Module 2.2 basics of technical and natural science (M2.2)
German / kMod
7.50
-
Computer science 2 (INF2)
German / VO, UE
3.00
2.00

Course description

Basics of Object-Oriented Software Development.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • use the basics of object oriented programming (classes, Encapsulation, Inheritance, polymorphism) to create applications using C#
  • create a graphical user interface

Course contents

  • Basics of Object-Oriented Software Development
  • Application Programming

Prerequisites

- Structured Software Development - Datatypes - Variables - Loops - Functions - File-I/O

Literature

  • Power-Point-Präsentation
  • c#-Tutorial (siehe Download)
  • Internet

Assessment methods

  • Oral examinations during practise
  • Supported by number of prepared examples ("Kreuzerltool")
Technical mathematics 2 + tutorials (TEM)
German / VO, UE
1.50
0.90

Course description

Series, Infinitesimal calculus

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • find stationary points, instantaneous rates of change, areas, centers of mass
  • find functions of regression and interpolation

Course contents

  • Differential quotient / calculus
  • Secant
  • tangent
  • Numerical methods
  • Powerseries
  • Taylor's Theorem
  • Derivatives of more than one variables
  • Integral calculus

Prerequisites

- Highschooldegree - Technische Mathematik1

Literature

  • Papula, Lothar, Vieweg Verlag. Mathematik für Ingenieure und Naturwissenschaftler Band 1 und 2
  • Skripten des Lektors zum Download
  • Übungsbeispiele

Assessment methods

  • Oral presentations of exercises
  • Number of solved examples
  • Exam
Technical physics 2 (TP2)
German / VO
3.00
2.00

Course description

Introduction to dynamics

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • solve dynamic problems including friction.
  • calculate the mass moment of inertia of geometric bodies.
  • calculate vibrations in dynamics

Course contents

  • Dynamics:
  • impuls and momentum
  • angular momentum
  • work
  • energy
  • vibrations
  • lagrange's equations

Prerequisites

Technical physics I

Literature

  • Downloadable presentaitions and examples.

Assessment methods

  • Continuous assessment
  • Final examination
Module 2.4 (M2.4)
German / kMod
4.00
-
Applied mechanics 2 (AGM2)
German / VO
3.00
2.00

Course description

Introduction to Mechanics (Science of strength of materials)

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • solve static problems
  • calculate the maximum occurring stress and safety
  • calculate the maximum occurring bending

Course contents

  • Introduction to Mechanics (Science of strength of materials)

Prerequisites

Introduction to Mechanics (Statics)

Literature

  • Vorlesungsfolien
  • Übungsaufgaben in elektronischer Form

Assessment methods

  • Continuous assessment
  • Final examination
Biomechanics 1 and metrology (BIM)
German / VO
1.00
1.00

Course description

Fundamentals of physics, mechanics, anatomy, physiology and kinesiology of people are represented networked and mediated the corresponding measurement technology to do so.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • describe the different postural systems of the human body and measurement techniques for the evaluation of their function.

Course contents

  • General Kinematics
  • Networked appeal processes in all measuring and control circuits for the implementation of human movement
  • Biomechanics of the active musculoskeletal system
  • muscles
  • The corresponding measurement technology, to measure movement and controls muscle activity can
  • Basic understanding of physics and body of man

Prerequisites

- Physic Sciences I - Mechanics I - Medicin I

Literature

  • Biomechanik für Nichtbiomechaniker: G. Kassat, Verlag FCV
  • Biomechanik der Sportarten, Leichtathletik: R. Ballreich, Verlag Enke
  • Biomechanik der Sportarten, Sportspiele: R. Ballreich, Verlag Enke
  • Surf und Kitsurf-Magazine
  • Biomechanik sportlicher Bewegungen: G. Hochmuth, Sportverlag Berlin
  • Benninghoff-Drenckhahn Anatomie Bd.1und 2,Urban und Fischer ,München 2003 und 2004
  • Klinke R,Silbernagel Lehrbuch der Physiologie Thieme Stuttgart 2001
  • Schünke,M. Der Körper des Menschen Thieme Stuttgart
  • Silbernagel S.,Despopoulos A. Taschenatlas der Physiologie Thieme Stuttgart 2002 Kataloge der einzelnen Sportgerätehersteller bzw. deren Homepages:
  • www.petzl.com
  • www.austrialpin.at
  • www.jp-australia.com
  • www.naish.com
  • www.undergroundkiteboards.com

Assessment methods

  • Written exam

Anmerkungen

Interdisciplinary

Module 2.5 (M2.5)
German / kMod
5.00
-
CAD 1 (CAD1)
German / ILV, UE
1.50
1.00

Course description

Introduction in using a world wide market leading Software (Creo 2.0).

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • design and modify 3D parts with simple operations (profile and rotate)
  • extract 2D drawings from 3D parts.

Course contents

  • Basic modelling techniques of simple shaped parts
  • Inner structure of shapes
  • Compile and redefine simple shaped parts
  • Compile simple manufacturing drawings

Prerequisites

The course content is based on the knowledge of construction design (1. Sem).

Literature

  • Handouts in PDF-format to be downloaded.

Assessment methods

  • In written form at the end of the course.

Anmerkungen

compulsory attendance

Material science and light construction 2 (MWL)
German / VO
1.50
1.00

Course description

The course will provide basic knowledge in materials science.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • generate time-tempreature Transformation curves
  • name hardening mechanism of metals

Course contents

  • pure Metals
  • alloys
  • alloys of iron (iron-carbon-diagram)
  • light metals

Prerequisites

Content of 1. Semester MWL1

Literature

  • Seidel, Wolfgang (2000) Werkstoffe Eigenschaften Prüfung Anwendung, Hanser
  • Weißbach, Wolfgang (2009): Werkstoffkunde, Viewegs Fachbücher der Technik

Assessment methods

  • Written exam
Materialstechnology - Lab 1 (MTL)
German / LAB
1.00
1.00

Course description

- Basics in Polymer Testing - Basics in Polymer Injection Moulding - Basics of Polymer Extrusion

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • describe the main parts of an injection moulding machine the process steps of injection moulding, their functions and the influence of processing parameters (pressures, temperatures) on part quality.

Course contents

  • Testing:
  • Density
  • MFR
  • Hardness
  • Tensile tests
  • Impact tests
  • Thermal stability
  • Recognition of plasticsn Injection Moulding:
  • Initial injection molding machine
  • The influence of process parameters on shrinkage
  • Dimensions
  • Orientations and internal stresses of the part Extrusion:
  • Sheet extrusion
  • Blowmoulding
  • Flat film production

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of polymers

Literature

  • Kratochvilla, T. / Muschik, H. / Stefan, C. Skriptum "Grundlagen der Prüftechnik", 2015
  • Stitz, S. / Keller, W.: Spritzgießtechnik, 2. Auflage, Carl Hanser Verlag, München, 2004

Assessment methods

  • End exam and reports
Practical workshops 2 (FAP)
German / ILV, UE
1.00
1.00

Course description

Practical workshops specialized in metalworking, woodworking and plastics processing. The course is conducted in the FH and blocked TGM workshops.Project: making a snowboard

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • demonstrate the safe and sensible use of hand tools in the areas of (metal, wood and plastic processing).

Course contents

  • Theoretical and practical basics of metal working such as turning, milling, drilling. In the plastics industry, the processing of unsaturated polyester resins. Mixing ratios, work sequences, fillers and reinforcing materials, types of fibers, fiber classifications. In the wood workshop structure of the wood moisture content and wood shrinkage of solid wood, Technical, working with relevant woodworking machines (band saw, jointer - planer, circular saw), gluing, surface treatment.

Prerequisites

Technical skills and technical understanding.

Literature

  • Beitz W.: Dubbel, Taschenbuch für den Maschinenbau, Verlag Springer
  • Dienst A.: Aufstiegshilfe für Snowboarder, Marktanalyse, Herstellung und Vergleich. VDM Verlag Dr. Müller
  • Götschl W.: Der Lichtbogenschweißer 9. Auflage Marfels, Orth Verlag DVS Fachkenntnisse Schweißen, Verlag Pichler
  • Lipsmerer A.: Tabellenbuch Holztechnik, Ausgabe 2003/2004. Universität Karlsruhe (TH) Verlag: Bildungsverlag EINS

Assessment methods

  • Collaboration and Documentation
Module 2.6 Softskills 2 (M2.6)
German / kMod
4.50
-
Creative English (ENG)
German / VO
1.50
1.00

Course description

Starting from the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages B1+, we aim at developing and strengthening language skills required for academic, personal and social interaction

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • explain the similarities, differences and influences between various cultural forms and texts
  • Critically analyse texts on a low level

Course contents

  • Consideration of various cultural forms, genres and styles in relation to texts
  • Research the background, audience, and purpose(s) of a text
  • Produce a written academically-informed critical analysis of a text

Prerequisites

Common European Framework of Reference for Languages Level B1+

Literature

  • Maderdonner, O. / et al (2014): Personal and Social Communication, Skriptum
  • Connolly, P. / Kingsbury, P. et al. (2014): eSNACK, Lernplattform
  • Aktuelle Handouts und audiovisuelle Unterstützung
  • Additional current handouts and audio-visual support

Assessment methods

  • Course immanent assessment method, i.e. active participation in class activities and timely completion of assignments
Presentation and conversation techniques (PRAE)
German / SE
1.50
1.00

Course description

The course imparts fundamental presentation skills,moderation and discussion techniques to the students.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • prepare and to perform a presentation according to a specific target group and to answer their questions
  • plan and to lead a moderation cycle after a presentation adapted to the tasks and needs of the target group.

Course contents

  • Fundamentals to discussion techniques
  • Individual, organisational and methodical preparation
  • Setting of goals and tasks in a facilitation
  • Structure, development and process control of a facilitation

Prerequisites

Course Rhetoric and Communication

Literature

  • Unterlagen zu Beginn der Lehrveranstaltung

Assessment methods

  • Course immanent assessment method and Students presentations
Principles of marketing (MAR)
German / VO
1.50
1.00

Course description

Basics of:- Marketing - Promotion - PR - Business ethics

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • position a product or service in the product life cycle and portfolio management
  • analyse and establish further measures based on a product's position in life cycle and portfolio management

Course contents

  • See course description

Literature

  • scripts
  • actual literature

Assessment methods

  • Written exam
  • Excerpt of actual literature

3. Semester

Name ECTS
SWS
Module 3.1 (M3.1)
German / kMod
4.50
-
Applied computer science 1 (INF)
German / ILV
1.50
1.00

Course description

Project Work in Sports-Equipment Technology.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • plan, develop, test and finally present their software application in sports equipment technology, which have been performed in the course of project work in small groups.
  • work out software-projects with the help of developing environments like MatLab, Visual-Studio, Labview, etc.

Course contents

  • Software development and project planning for executing projects of Sports-Equipment Technology.

Prerequisites

- Structured Software Development - Object-Oriented Software Development - Applied Informatics I

Literature

  • Project related literature and internet research.

Assessment methods

  • Presentation of mandatory Specification
  • Project documentation
  • Project presentation
Applied physics in sports equipment testing (AP)
German / ILV
1.50
1.00

Course description

Practical application of physics, mechanics, biomechanics, materials science, medicine and sport in the sports equipment technology. These complex issues from the testing field in sports equipment technology be edited and comprehensive solutions are discussed.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • explain the basics of oscillation, conservation ofenergy, conservation of momentum, conservation of angular momentum and friction
  • apply this knowlegde to explain the behaviour of sports equipment and interrelated effects and factors of influence.

Course contents

  • Vibrations, linear / rotary, undamped and damped,and their impact in the application of sports equipment
  • Influence of different materials and their stress-strain function on the behaviour of sports equipment
  • Effects of this physical vibration and material parameters on the sporting equipment
  • Biomechanical Factors

Prerequisites

- Technical Physics I,II - Mechanic I, II - SPÜ I , II - SPW I, II - Biomechanics I and metrology

Literature

  • Benninghoff-Drenckhahn (2008). Anatomie Bd.1 und Bd.2.München 2003: Urban und Fischer
  • Ballreich, R., Baumann, W. (1986) Biomechanik der Sportrten. Bd.1: Biomechanik der Leichtathletik. Enke, Stuttgart
  • Ballreich, R., Baumann, W. (1986) Biomechanik der Sportrten. Bd.1+2: Biomechanik der Sportspiele. Enke, Stuttgart
  • Beuth K. (2006). Elektronik 2. Bauelemente. Uster: Vogel Fachbuch
  • Biomechanik für Nichtbiomechaniker. Verlag FCV
  • Böhmer E. (2009)Elemente der angewandten Elektronik. Wiesbaden: Vieweg+Teubner
  • Hochmuth G. (1979). Biomechanik sportlicher Bewegungen. Berlin: Sportverlag
  • Hutten H.(1995). Biomedizinische Technik. Band 1, Berlin Heidelberg New York: Springer-Verlag
  • Klinke R, Silbernagel S. (2001). Lehrbuch der Physiologie. Stuttgart: Thieme
  • Kunststoffverarbeitung. Vogel Verlag. Auflage: 10. Aufl.Kassat G. (1993).
  • Lindner H. (1999).Physik für Ingenieure. Leipzig-Köln: Fachbuchverlag
  • Michaeli W. (2003). Einfühlung in die Kunststoffverarbeitung. Hanser Verlag
  • Mühl Th. (2008). Einführung in die elektrische Messtechnik. Wiesbaden: Vieweg+Teubner
  • Schünke M. (2008). Der Körper des Menschen. Stuttgart :Thieme
  • Schwarz O., Ebeling F. W., Furth B. (2005)
  • Silbernagel S., Despopoulos A. (2002). Taschenatlas der Physiologie. Stuttgart: Thieme
  • Tkotz K. (2009). Fachkunde Elektrotechnik. Europa-Lehrmittel. 27. Auflage
  • Trieb L., Schweitzer Ch. (2002).Physik 1-3. Wien: Veritas
  • Weißbach W. (2007) Werkstoffkunde und Werkstoffprüfung. Wiesbaden: Vieweg Verlag
  • Kataloge der einzelnen Sportgerätehersteller bzw.deren Homepages:
  • Surf und Kitsurf-Magazine
  • www.petzl.com
  • www.austrialpin.at
  • www.jp-australia.com
  • www.naish.com
  • www.undergroundkiteboards.com

Assessment methods

  • Exam at the end
  • Continuous assessment

Anmerkungen

Very applied thinking nessercary

Technical mathematics 3 (MATU)
German / VO
1.50
0.90

Course description

Oscillations, Fouriertransformation

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • find equations of oscillation
  • find amplitude spectrums

Course contents

  • Differential equation
  • Oscillations
  • Fourier series
  • Fast Fourier Transformation

Prerequisites

Technical mathematics I and II

Literature

  • Papula, Lothar, Vieweg Verlag. Mathematik für Ingenieure und Naturwissenschaftler Band 1 und 2
  • Papers for downloading
  • Übungsbeispiele

Assessment methods

  • Oral presentations of exercises
  • Number of solved examples
  • Exam
Module 3.2 Messtechnisch unterstützte Bewegungsanalyse 1 (M3.3)
German / kMod
6.00
-
Instrumented motion analyses - Lab 1 (MBA)
German / LAB
6.00
4.00

Course description

The students are conducting research in mini projects and small groups that correlate to the course contents. A Laboratory paper is written at the end of each 2-week block where the group's work is presented in form of a small scientific paper. In independend module the basics of scientific working and writing are taught.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • put a sensor into operation, record generated data by the use of a data logger and a USB-DAQ, plot and interpret these data in an appropriate manner.
  • conduct and evaluate camera based 2D- and 3D-motion analysis tasks using the appropriate software and to calculate velocity, acceleration and angles from marker-trajectories.
  • Students are able to export, process, analyze, interpret data and present in appropriate results (listed in tabular form, graphically, and statistically), using pressure- and force measurement systems introduced in laboratory tutorials, either for autonomously defined or given exercises.
  • perform cycle separation and time-normalization, basic statistical evaluation and interpretation of the data.
  • compose short scientific papers (laboratory protocols, IMRAD struc- ture) under consideration of basic rules for scientific working and writing.
  • use scientific software (i.e. MATLAG, GNU Octave) for analzing and displaying measurement data.

Course contents

  • X-Press: qualitative mobile pressure measuremtn with FSR
  • Flex-Check: material analysis with different sensors
  • SIMI-2D: videobased twodimensional motion analysis
  • SIMI-3D videobased threedimensional motion analysis
  • Medilogic: Quantitative mobile Druckmessung
  • Posturographie: Messung der Funktionsweise des posturalen Systems mittels Messung der Bodenreaktionskraft und Software
  • wissenschaftliches Arbeiten: Lesen und Verstehen von wissenschaftlichen Texten, Regelwerk für das Verfassen, Verfassen von Texten

Prerequisites

Basics of: - Electrotechnics - Informatics - Anatomy - Physics - Mechanics

Literature

  • Bedienungsanleitungen im Labor
  • Skripten im Downloadbereich

Assessment methods

  • Laboratory papers
  • Final exam PCbased
Module 3.2 Sports & Medicine 3 (M3.2)
German / kMod
4.50
-
Medicine 3 (MED)
German / VO
1.50
1.00

Course description

Locomotor apparatus and circulatory system.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • name the muscles of the locomotor system
  • specify the important muscle groups and their function in joints

Course contents

  • Functional anatomy of the spine and of the extremities with details of ligaments and cartilages
  • Detailed anatomy and function of skeletal muscles and their influence on joint structures
  • The spine and the upper and lower limb with their functional and traumatological aspects
  • Circulatory apparatus in sport

Prerequisites

Absolved lectures of Medicine I and II

Literature

  • Klein, P.Sommerfeld P. Biomechanik der menschlichen Gelenke Urban und Fischer, München 2004
  • Schünke, M.Schulte E., Schumacher U. Prometheus.Allgemeine Anatomie und Bewegungssystem.Thieme Stuttgart 2007

Assessment methods

  • Written examination
  • After failing oral examination
Sports practice exercises 3 (SPPUE 3)
German / SO
1.00
1.00

Course description

Ski or snowboard training during the week of training.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • describe the intricacies and details of the sports equipment in the optional fields (ski, snowboard) from the perspective of material science.

Course contents

  • Video-based motion analysis of sports motion sequences from beginners to competition level in winter sports.

Prerequisites

- Sports practice I - Biomechanics - Material Science

Literature

  • Kataloge der einzelnen Sportgerätehersteller bzw. deren Homepages:
  • www.head.com
  • www.atomic.at

Assessment methods

  • Immanent, permanent and practical assessment
Sports practice weeks 3 (SPPW)
German / SO
2.00
1.30

Course description

Week of training in Ski or Snowboarding.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • demonstrate the current state of sporting equipment in fine form in the optional fields (ski, snowboard) and mediate.
  • describe the intricacies and details of the sports equipment in the optional fields (ski, snowboard) from the perspective of material science.

Course contents

  • Lesson to become a snowboard or ski instructor
  • Video-assisted motion analysis of sports movements in winter sports

Prerequisites

- Sports practice I - Biomechanics - Anatomy - Material science

Literature

  • Belastungen des Bewegungsapparates beim Snowboarden: C. Neubauer, Skriptum
  • Bewegungslehre Snowboard: H. Ruhdorfer, Skriptum
  • Biomechanik des Snowboardens: A. Sabo, Skriptum
  • Biomechanik für Nichtbiomechaniker: G. Kassat, Verlag FCV
  • Biomechanik sportlicher Bewegungen: G. Hochmuth, Sportverlag Berlin
  • Boarder: H. Ruhdorfer, Skriptum. Methodik des Snowboardens: H. Ruhdorfer
  • T. Kilian, Skriptum Carving: Wallner: H; BAFL Wien
  • Snowboarden multimedial und interaktiv: A. Sever, Lehr Cd-Rom

Assessment methods

  • Immanent, permanent and practical assessment
  • Final examination in theory and practice
Module 3.4 (M3.4)
German / kMod
4.50
-
Applied metrology in sports equipment testing (AMT)
German / VO
1.50
1.00

Course description

The students achieve basic knowledge about different measurement techniques, which are used amongst others in the range of sports equipment technology.

Methodology

frontal teaching and project-based learning

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • identify the most appropriate research method to answer a scientific question
  • corectly apply the chosen method.

Course contents

  • Recess the fundamentals of measurement techniques and measurement chains, which are used amongst others in the range of sports equipment technology
  • Discussion of their pros and cons

Prerequisites

Fundamentals of: - Electrical engineering - Informatics - Physics

Literature

  • Basic literature of the 1. und 2. semester
  • Further recommendations in the scripts

Assessment methods

  • Final exam PC based
  • Groupwork
Biomechanics 2 (BIM2)
German / VO
1.50
1.00

Course description

Graduates possess the knowledge to assess the burden of the human body while doing sports.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • solve biomechanical problems
  • calculate muscle- and joint forces.

Course contents

  • Basic understanding of kinesiology
  • Learn to understand movement and how to automate it.

Prerequisites

- Physics - Mechanics

Literature

  • Gressmann M. (2002). Fahrradphysik und Biomechanik: Technik - Formeln - Gesetze. Verlag: Delius Klasing. Auflage: 7. Aufl.
  • Nachtigall W. (2001) Biomechanik: Grundlagen-Beispiele-Übungen W. Nachtigall. Verlag: Vieweg+Teubner. Auflage: 2. Aufl.
  • Klein P., Sommerfeld P. (2004). Biomechanik der menschlichen Gelenke: Grundlagen, Becken und untere Extremität. München Verlag: Elsevier. Aug-lage: Aufl. 1 - Koebke J. (2006). Funktionelle Anatomie der Gelenke Bd. 1, 2, 3. Stuttgart: Thieme - Blandine C. G. (2005). Anatomie der Bewegung: Technik und Funktion des Körpers – Einführung. Marix Verlag

Assessment methods

  • Continuous assessment
  • Final examination
Mechanical technology and machine parts 1 (MTM)
German / VO
1.50
1.00

Course description

Knowledge about correct design and calculation of different machine elements and Sports-Equipment based examples.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • analyse the differences between tolerance and fitting.
  • Calculate and design applications in sports equipment technology.

Course contents

  • Learning about rules, standards and general ideas in respect to the state of the art, which have to be considered by engineering design to guaranty proper function considering stresses by loads, characteristics of used material, method of fabrication etc.

Prerequisites

- Physics- Anatomy - Physiology - Electronics - Informatics

Literature

  • Roloff/Matek Maschinenelemente von W. Matek, D. Muhs und H. Wittel; Friedr. Vieweg & Sohn Verlagsgesell-schaft mbH, Braunschweig
  • Maschinenelemente von Karlheinz Kabus; Carl Hanser Verlag München

Assessment methods

  • Continuous asessment
  • Written exam
Module 3.5 (M3.5)
German / kMod
6.00
-
CAD 2 (CAD2)
German / ILV
1.50
1.00

Course description

Continuing education in using a world wide market leading Software (Creo 2.0).

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • create parts with function pattern and copy of design elements
  • create reference elements and work with them

Course contents

  • Advanced working techniques of 3D construction
  • Simple constructions as independent problem solutions

Prerequisites

Course CAD I of the previous semester.

Literature

  • Handouts in PDF-format to be downloaded.

Assessment methods

  • In written form at the end of the course.

Anmerkungen

compulsory attendance

Materials sciences and lightweight construction 3 (MWL)
German / VO
1.50
1.00

Course description

Advanced course in materials science.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • select light metals and wood for applications in sports equipment.
  • use strengthening mechanisms in metals for applications.

Course contents

  • Light metals (Al, Mg, Ti)
  • Strengthening mechanisms for metals
  • Creep of metals and plastics
  • Wood

Prerequisites

Basics in materials science and lightweight, 1. and 2. semester

Literature

  • J. Rösler, H. Harders, M. Bäker (2012): Mechanisches Verhalten der Werkstoffe, Springer Verlag
  • G. Gottstein (2014): Physikalische Grundlagen der Materialkunde, Springer Verlag

Assessment methods

  • Written end exam
Materials technology - Lab 2 (MTL)
German / LAB
3.00
2.00

Course description

- Basics in Polymer Testing - Basics in Polymer Injection Moulding - Basics of Polymer Extrusion

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • describe the influence of processing parameters (pressures, temperatures) on part quality in injection moulding.

Course contents

  • Testing:
  • Density
  • MFR
  • Hardness
  • Tensile tests
  • Impact tests
  • Thermal stability
  • Recognition of plasticsn Injection Moulding: Initial injection molding machine -The influence of process parameters on shrinkage
  • Dimensions
  • Orientations and internal stresses of the part Extrusion:
  • Sheet extrusion
  • Blowmoulding
  • Flat film production

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of polymers

Literature

  • Skriptum "Grundlagen der Prüftechnik"
  • Stitz, S. / Keller, W.: Spritzgießtechnik, 2. Auflage, Carl Hanser Verlag, München, 2004

Assessment methods

  • Reports
  • monitoring of the students
  • test at the end of the laboratory-unit
Module 3.6 Softskills 3 (M3.6)
German / kMod
4.50
-
Conflict management (KONF)
German / SE
1.50
1.00

Course description

The course imparts knowledge of conflict behaviour and conflict management in a vocational context. Apart from theoretical bases, personal reflection and the work on case studies take center stage.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • describe the various stages of a conflict (for example escalation model of Glasl ) and the respective handling (for example self-help, facilitation, mediation).
  • classify personal basic pattern or conflict resolution strategies (for examples according to Schwarz) and to identify alternatives.

Course contents

  • Causes and development of conflicts
  • Reflection on personal conflict behaviour
  • Types of conflicts and conflict diagnosis

Prerequisites

none

Literature

  • Fisher, R./Ury, W./Patton, B. (2009): Das Harvard-Konzept. Klassiker der Verhandlungstechnik, Frankfurt/Main: Campus Verlag
  • Glasl, Friedrich (2008): Selbsthilfe in Konflikten, 5. Auflage, Verlag Freies Geistesleben/Haupt, Stuttgart
  • Haeske, Udo (2008): Team- und Konfliktmanagement, 3. Auflage, Cornelsen Verlag, Berlin
  • Schulz von Thun, Friedmann (2010): Miteinander reden – Band 3, Reinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt
  • Schwarz, Gerhard (2005): Konfliktmanagement, 7. Auflage, Gabler Verlag Wiesbaden

Assessment methods

  • Written exam
International marketing and product management (INMP)
German / VO
1.50
1.00

Course description

- Theoretical basics and analyzing methods of internationalization processes - International marketing strategies (4P’s in the intercultural context) - Case studies - Basics of product management

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • draw up an international marketing plan, with each phases and sub phases
  • name the intercultural criterial of Hofstede and Hall and integrate them into an international marketing-mix (4 P’s)

Course contents

  • Basics of international marketing plans;
  • intercultural criterias of Hofstede and Hall;
  • international marketing-mix with intercultural adaptions;
  • best practice;
  • Break-Even-Point Analysis

Prerequisites

Basics of: - Marketing - Promotion - PR - 2.Semester

Literature

  • Schnitt/Himmelfreundpointner: "Interkulturelles Marketing in aller Welt" Wien 2008

Assessment methods

  • Written examination
  • Case studies
Technical writing and speaking (ENG)
English / ILV
1.50
1.00

Course description

Starting from the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages B2, students discuss technical innovations in their field, describe and present a business entity, and analyze and present relevant market sectors, thereby acquiring relevant terms and concepts together with the appropriate language skills.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • -describe and present a business entity in the context of the market in which it operates;
  • demonstrate their qualifications in the job application process.

Course contents

  • -Describing trends and innovations in business in speaking and in writing
  • Profiling a company: organization, market, products, risks
  • The job application process (CV, application letter, job interview)

Prerequisites

Completion of previous course

Literature

  • Maderdonner, O. / et al (2014): Economy, Technology and Society, Skriptum
  • Aktuelle Handouts und audiovisuelle Unterstützung
  • Additional current handouts and audio-visual support

Assessment methods

  • Course immanent assessment method, i.e. active participation in class activities and timely completion of assignments

4. Semester

Name ECTS
SWS
Module 4.1 Sports and Medicine 4 (M4.1)
German / kMod
4.50
-
Medicine 4 (MED4)
German / VO
1.50
1.00

Course description

Introduction into anatomy and physiology of the nervous system ,the role of sensory motor system in control of movements

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • reflect basic knowledge of the nervous system
  • explain the sensory motor functions and the muscular-skeletal system

Course contents

  • Central and peripheral nervous system,sensory-motor system with special emphasis to propriozeption disorders of movements

Prerequisites

Physiology of nerve and muscle (Medizin 2)

Literature

  • Schünke M.(2008) :Der Körper des Menschen,Thieme Verlag
  • Gekle M.et al.(2010):Taschenlehrbuch der Physiologie,Thieme Verlag

Assessment methods

  • Written end exam
Sports practice exercises 4 (SPPUE)
German / SO
2.00
2.00
Sports practice weeks 4 (SPPW)
German / SO
1.00
1.00

Course description

Week of training in Climbing, MTB and Tennis.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • describe the current state of sports equipment in the optional fields from the viewpoint of kinematics.
  • prepare and communicate the current state of sports equipment in the optional fields methodically.

Course contents

  • Lesson to become a snowboard or ski instructor
  • Video-assisted motion analysis of sports movements in winter sports

Prerequisites

- Sports practice I - Biomechanics - Anatomy - Material science

Literature

  • Belastungen des Bewegungsapparates beim Snowboarden: C. Neubauer, Skriptum
  • Bewegungslehre Snowboard: H. Ruhdorfer, Skriptum
  • Biomechanik des Snowboardens: A. Sabo, Skriptum
  • Biomechanik für Nichtbiomechaniker: G. Kassat, Verlag FCV
  • Biomechanik sportlicher Bewegungen: G. Hochmuth, Sportverlag Berlin
  • Boarder: H. Ruhdorfer, Skriptum. Methodik des Snowboardens: H. Ruhdorfer
  • T. Kilian, Skriptum Carving: Wallner: H; BAFL Wien
  • Snowboarden multimedial und interaktiv: A. Sever, Lehr Cd-Rom

Assessment methods

  • Immanent, permanent and practical assessment
  • Final examination in theory and practice
Module 4.2 (M4.2)
German / kMod
4.50
-
Instrumented motion analyses - Lab 2 (MBAL2)
German / LAB
2.50
2.00

Course description

The students are conducting research in mini projects and small groups that correlate to the course contents. A Laboratory paper is written at the end f each 2-week block where the group's work is presented in form of a small scientific paper. In independend module the basics of scientific working and writing are taught.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • undertake an electromyography, calculate and present the median-shift.
  • present and interpret the muscle activity of a given movement by applying a MVC-normalization.
  • calculate SI-units from the bit-values of a-sensors and gyroscopes of the IMU and to calculate velocity and distance from these values, furthermore to compare these data to reference data using the RMSE method.

Prerequisites

Basics of: - Electrotechnics - Informatics - Anatomy - Physics - Mechanics - BST 4 MBA

Literature

  • Laboratory Manuals
  • Scripts in the download-area

Assessment methods

  • Laboratory papers
  • Final oral exam
Instrumented motion analyses Project 1 (MBAP)
German / LAB
2.00
1.50

Course description

Mini-projects in different sports where students have to chose and use appropriate measuring techniques.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • realize sports equipment technology and biomechanics related mini-projects in small groups, emphasizing on choice of methods (from BST 3 MBA Labor and BST 4 MBA Labor), choice of subjects, measurement setup, analysis and interpretation of measurement data.
  • presentation of mini-projects during a quasi-scientific conference.

Course contents

  • Mini-projects in different sports where students have to chose and use appropriate measuring techniques (e.g. motion analysis, biosignals., strian gauges, analog sensors..)

Prerequisites

- Physics - Anatomy - Physiology - Electronics - Informatics - Biomechanics - Sports - BST 3 MBA course

Literature

  • Recent research (internet sources, literature), projectbased literature.

Assessment methods

  • Immanent
  • Presentation
Module 4.3 (M4.3)
German / kMod
6.00
-
Biomechanics 2 and ergonomics 1 (BIME)
German / VO
3.00
2.00

Course description

Graduates possess the knowledge to assess the burden of the human body while doing sports.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • discuss ergonomic problems
  • calculate muscle forces
  • different joint forces in due consideration with different optimizing criteria.

Course contents

  • Calculation of movement sequences in life and in sports
  • Basic understanding of kinesiology
  • Learn to understand movement, and how to automate it

Prerequisites

- Physics - Mechanics

Literature

  • Gressmann M. (2002). Fahrradphysik und Biomechanik: Technik - Formeln - Gesetze. Verlag: Delius Klasing. Auflage: 7. Aufl.
  • Nachtigall W. (2001) Biomechanik: Grundlagen-Beispiele-Übungen W. Nachtigall. Verlag: Vieweg+Teubner. Auflage: 2. Aufl.
  • Klein P., Sommerfeld P. (2004). Biomechanik der menschlichen Gelenke: Grundlagen, Becken und untere Extremität. München Verlag: Elsevier. Aug-lage: Aufl. 1 - Koebke J. (2006). Funktionelle Anatomie der Gelenke Bd. 1, 2, 3. Stuttgart: Thieme
  • Blandine C. G. (2005). Anatomie der Bewegung: Technik und Funktion des Körpers – Einführung. Marix Verlag - Faller A. (2007). Anatomie-Atlas: Aufbau und Funktionsweise des menschlichen Körpers. Starnberg: Dorling Kindersley Verlag
  • Silbernagl St., Klinke R. (2005). Lehrbuch der Physiologie. Stuttgart: Verlag Thieme
  • Klein-Vogelbach S. (2001). Funktionelle Bewegungslehre. Erlangen: Verlag Springer

Assessment methods

  • Continuous assessment
  • Final examination
Mechanical technologies and machine parts 2 (MTM)
German / VO, UE
3.00
2.00

Course description

Knowledge of correct design and calculation of different machine elements and Sports-Equipment based examples.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • design and calculate Non-detachable connections in the field of Sports-Equipment-Technology.
  • design and calculate detachable connections in the field of Sports-Equipment-Technology.
  • design and calculate Circular motion elements in the field of Sports-Equipment-Technology.

Course contents

  • Detachable connections
  • Circular motion elements

Prerequisites

- Physik - Anatomie - Physiologie - Elektronik - Informatik - Mechanische und Werkstofftheorie 1 und 2

Literature

  • Roloff/Matek Maschinenelemente von W. Matek, D. Muhs und H. Wittel; Friedr. Vieweg & Sohn Verlagsgesell-schaft mbH, Braunschweig

Assessment methods

  • Continuous asessment
  • Written exam
Module 4.4 (M4.4)
German / kMod
6.00
-
Manufacturing technology sports equipment (PTSI)
German / VO
1.50
1.00

Course description

Fundamentals of injection molding for manufacturing plastic components for sports equipment.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • describe the influence of process parameters to the quality of the moldings
  • choose the most appropriate injection moulding technology for the production of parts

Course contents

  • Basic Injection Molding:
  • Process
  • Process parameters
  • Shrinkage
  • Orientations
  • Residual stresses
  • Warpage Special injection molding technique:
  • Two-component process
  • Hard and soft compounds
  • Water injection technique
  • Gas injection
  • Injection-compression process
  • In-mould labeling

Prerequisites

Mechanical and Materials Theory 1 and 2

Literature

  • F. Johannaber / W. Michaeli., 1995, Handbuch Spritzgießen, Hanser-Verlag A. Revesz, Unterlagen zur Vorlesung

Assessment methods

  • Course immanent assessment method
  • weekly written repetition
  • Multiple choice examination

Anmerkungen

Both parts shall be positive (50:50 weighting)

Sports equipment technology - Lab (STL)
German / LAB
1.50
1.00

Course description

Determination of material properties and principles of stress analysis using strain gages.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • select the strain gauges for a particular measurement task and to estimate the influence of environmental parameters on the measurement signal
  • determine the material load from the elogation signal

Course contents

  • Experimental stress analysis with strain gauges
  • Application of strain gauges on components
  • Experimental determination of stresses and loads on components
  • Design of a measuring chain for aquisition and analyzing elongation on components

Prerequisites

- Physics - Mechanics - Materials theory I - Material Sciences - Material Practice I - Electronics

Literature

  • G. W. Ehrenstein, 1993, Polymer-Werkstoffe, Hanser Verlag
  • V. Läpple, 2006, Einführung in die Festigkeitslehre, Vieweg Verlag
  • Herausgeber. W. Beitz und K.-H. Küttner, 1990, Dubbel Taschenbuch für den Maschinenbau, Springer Verlag
  • Karl Hoffmann, 1984, Eine Einführung in die Technik des Messens mit Dehnungsmessstreifen,http://www.hbm.com/de/menu/tipps-tricks/experimentelle-spannungsanalyse/Fachbuch/

Assessment methods

  • Course immanent assessment method or
  • Protocols
  • Feedback with students
Statistic and quality assurance (SQ)
German / VO
3.00
2.00

Course description

Statistics and Quality Control I

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • produce relations between collected data and distribution models
  • use distribution models for concrete examples
  • perform simple statistical tests

Course contents

  • Probability calculation
  • Discrete and continuous distribution models
  • Dealing with distribution models
  • Calculation of random stray fields for sample characteristics
  • Introduction to statistical tests

Prerequisites

- Physics - Mechanics - Materials engineering - Technical Mathematics I and II

Literature

  • Kletschka, Gerhard: Skriptum QS I
  • Timischl, Wolfgang: Qualitätssicherung, Hanser-Verlag

Assessment methods

  • Written test
Module 4.5 (M4.5)
German / kMod
4.50
-
Applied computer science 2 (INF2W)
German / VO, UE
1.50
1.00

Course description

Project Work in Sports-Equipment Technology

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • plan, develop, test and finally present their software application in sports equipment technology, which have been performed in the course of project work in small groups.
  • further develop already existing application and extend terms of core functions like database connection, graphik user-interface, etc.

Course contents

  • Software development and project planning for executing projects of Sports-Equipment Technology.

Prerequisites

- Structured Software Development - Object-Oriented Software Development - Applied Informatics I

Literature

  • Project related literature and internet research

Assessment methods

  • Presentation of mandatory Specification
  • Project documentation
  • Project presentation
CAD 3 - CAM 1 (CADI)
German / ILV
3.00
2.00

Course description

Using the newest version of a world wide market leading software (Pro/Engineer Wildfire 3.0) the modeling of sports equipments is trained.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • model sports equipments like tennis rackets and bicycle frames.
  • model static assembly groups like table tennis racket and wire wheel.

Course contents

  • Strategys using assemblies
  • Special commands for modeling complex shaped parts

Prerequisites

Courses CAD I and CAD II in the previous semesters.

Literature

  • Handouts in PDF-format to be downloaded.

Assessment methods

  • In written form at the end of the course.
Module 4.6 (M4.6)
German / kMod
4.50
-
Group processes (GRP)
German / SE
1.50
1.00

Course description

In the course the students get to know main principles of leading teams.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • explain the role of leadership in the different stages of team development (for example by Tuckman) and to derive relevant leading actions (for example directive leadership in the forming phase).
  • diagnose dynamics in project teams using models (for example Rank Dynamics, Drama Triangle, TZI) and to develop and argue case-related concrete opportunities for activities (for example delegation of responsibilty,critical discussion).

Course contents

  • Leadership styles and actions (in leading projects teams)
  • Leadership tools in project teams
  • Consequences of not leading
  • Role conflicts "colleague" and "project leader"
  • Conflicts and difficult situations in leading project teams
  • Basics to motivation

Prerequisites

none

Literature

  • Unterlagen zu Beginn der Lehrveranstaltung

Assessment methods

  • Written examination
Project and event management (PEMT)
German / VO
1.50
1.00

Course description

- Whole processes should be efficiently prepared, planned, realized and measured - Process thinking is not only an essential condition for the product development, but also an important guidance in numerous enterprising sections, for example in the realisation of events

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • create a project plan
  • command the instruments of project management and to create a project

Course contents

  • Project management
  • Event management

Prerequisites

Soft skills

Literature

  • Woletz/Kickinger: Skriptum - Peipe: Crashkurs Projektmanagement
  • Sterrer/Winkler: Let your projects fly
  • Foliensatz

Assessment methods

  • Practical exercises are considered as exams
  • Written examination
  • Project work (thesis)
Talking business in English (ENG)
English / SE
1.50
1.00

Course description

Starting from the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages B2, students acquire relevant terms, concepts and language skills necessary to be competitive in the job market

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • present projects successfully in English;
  • negotiate projects successfully in English;
  • conduct various forms of business communication.

Course contents

  • Presenting a start-up company, negotiating with potential investors (role plays)
  • Executive summary of a business plan

Prerequisites

Completion of previous course

Literature

  • Maderdonner, O. (2014): English for Business, Skriptum
  • Additional current handouts and audio-visual support

Assessment methods

  • Course immanent assessment method, i.e. active participation in class activities and timely completion of assignments

5. Semester

Name ECTS
SWS
Module 5.0 Additionals (M5.0)
German / kMod
-
-
Bachelor thesis (BAAR)
German / SE
-
-
Module 5.1 Sports and Medicine 5 (M5.1)
German / kMod
4.50
-
Exercise testing and prescription (TL)
German / VO
3.00
2.00

Course description

The basics of training theory will be developed together.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • make a recommendation proper training in form of an annual training plan.
  • assess muscle function test and are able to develop correction exercises
  • assess the measurement setup

Course contents

  • Advanced knowledge of physiology and training theory in everyday life and in sport
  • Diagnostic performance and training on movements in everyday life and in sport
  • Practical examples

Prerequisites

- Physics - Anatomy - Physiology

Literature

  • Optimales Training: J. Weineck
  • Handbuch Trainingslehre: Martin/Carl/Lehnertz
  • Andreas Hohmann/Martin Lames/Manfred Letzelter: Einführung in die Trainingswissenschaft
  • Andreas Bredenkamp/Michael Hamm: Trainieren im Sportstudio
  • Werner Schwarz: Ausdauer
  • Paul Haber: Einfluss von Bewegung und Sport auf die Gesundheit

Assessment methods

  • Presentations
  • Final exam
Sports medicine (SMED)
German / VO
1.50
1.00

Course description

Description of the basic of sportsmedicine and movementmedicin. Esbecially for musculoskeletal and cardiovascular system.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • describe the functional architecture of the human body.
  • explain patterns of injuries, causes of injuries and effects of injuries as well as overstresss injuries in sports.

Course contents

  • Work out of the basic of sensory motor system
  • Work out injury patterns
  • Presentation of therapeutics principles

Prerequisites

Fundamentals of Medicine

Literature

  • Koebke J. (2006). Funktionelle Anatomie der Gelenke Bd. 1, 2, 3. Stuttgart: Thieme
  • Blandine C. G. (2005). Anatomie der Bewegung: Technik und Funktion des Körpers – Einführung. Marix Verlag
  • Faller A. (2007). Anatomie-Atlas: Aufbau und Funktionsweise des menschlichen Körpers. Starnberg: Dorling Kindersley Verlag
  • Silbernagl St., Klinke R. (2005). Lehrbuch der Physiologie. Stuttgart: Verlag Thieme
  • Klein-Vogelbach S. (2001). Funktionelle Bewegungslehre. Erlangen: Verlag Springe

Assessment methods

  • Written exam
Module 5.2 (M5.2)
German / kMod
4.50
-
Elective course - Instrumented motion analyses - Project 3 (MBAP3)
German / LAB
2.00
1.00

Course description

One semester projects in different sports, where students have to chose and use appropriate measuring techniques.

Methodology

Project

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • independently work on topics related to sports equipment technology under consideration of the basics of scientific working.
  • idependently write a pre-scientific work under consideration of the basics of scientific writing.

Course contents

  • One semester projects in different sports where students have to chose and use appropriate measuring techniques (e.g. motion analysis, biosignals., strain gauges, analog sensors..), evaluate and interpret the gathered data and write a scientific paper about the project.

Prerequisites

- Physics - Anatomy - Physiology - Electronics - Informatics - Biomechanics - Sports - BST 3 MBA course

Literature

  • Recent research (internet sources, literature), projectbased literature

Assessment methods

  • Immanent
  • End presentation
Elective course - Instrumented motion analysis - Project 2 (MBAP2)
German / LAB
2.50
1.00

Course description

Mini-projects in different sports where students have to chose and use appropriate measuring techniques.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • autonomously realize sports equipment technology and and biomechanics related mini-projects in small groups, autonomous choice of methods, choice of subjects, measurement setup, analysis and interpretation of measurement data in a scientific journal paper.
  • applying project management on scientific projects.
  • presentation of scientific projects during a quasi-scientific conference.

Course contents

  • Mini-projects in different sports where students have to chose and use appropriate measuring techniques (e.g. motion analysis, biosignals., strian gauges, analog sensors..).

Prerequisites

- Physics - Anatomy - Physiology - Electronics - Informatics - Biomechanics - Sports - BST 3 MBA course

Literature

  • Recent research (internet sources, literature), projectbased literature

Assessment methods

  • Immanent
  • End presentation
Module 5.3 (M5.3)
German / kMod
6.00
-
Manufacturing technology sports equipment 2 (PTS)
German / VO
1.50
1.00

Course description

Sports equipment for manufacturing of plastic (except for injection).

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • describe mechanical loads at sports equipment.
  • select materials, focused on polymers, regarding their specific properties as well as loads.

Course contents

  • Properties and selection of materials
  • Quality assurance
  • Basics in fiber and lightweight constructions (sandwich constructions)
  • Extrusion processes (rotational and blow moulding, etc.)
  • Production technologies for sports equipment (skis, kayaks, tennis and soccer balls, etc.)

Prerequisites

Produktionstechnologie I

Literature

  • Ashby, Michael F.: Material Selection in Mechanical Design, 4. Auflage, ElsevierVerlag, Oxford, 2011
  • Askeland, Donald R.: Materialwissenschaften, Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, Heidelberg, 2010
  • Hensen, F. / Knappe, W. / Potente, H.: Handbuch der Kunststoff-Extrusionstechnik, Band I - Grundlagen, Carl Hanser Verlag, München, 1989
  • Hensen, F. / Knappe, W. / Potente, H.: Handbuch der Kunststoff-Extrusionstechnik, Band II -Extrusionsanlagen, Carl Hanser Verlag, München, 1986

Assessment methods

  • LV continuous assessment
  • Final examination
Sports equipment technology 1 (SGK)
German / VO
3.00
2.00

Course description

Insights into production and engineering standardization of sports-equipment.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • explain the processes of standarization
  • investigate for relevant standards concerning specific use cases demonstrate and describe processes of sports equipment development and production

Course contents

  • Engineer Standards and sports relevanted Production fields

Prerequisites

Basics production technologies and quality assurance

Literature

  • Literature and Handouts via Moodle

Assessment methods

  • Exam
  • Attendence on excursions
Technical product design (TPD)
German / VO
1.50
1.00

Course description

- Basics for the design of components under consideration of manufacturing issues - Fundamentals of tool design for plastic components

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • select the correct material for components ofsports equipments
  • select the right tool concept for a plastic part and consider the requirements for the part's plastic components.

Course contents

  • Design rules for plastic parts
  • Material selection
  • Tool assembly, gating, and ejection
  • Temperature of plastic components

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of plastics and plastics processing.

Literature

  • T. Brinkmann (2010): Produktentwicklung mit Kunststoffen, Hanser Verlag
  • G. Ehrenstein (2007): Mit Kunststoffen Konstruieren, Hanser Verlag
  • G. Menges, W. Michaeli, P. Mohren (2007): Spritzgießwerkzeuge, Hanser Verlag
  • Firmenunterlagen Hasco

Assessment methods

  • Multiple Choice test
Module 5.5 (M5.5)
German / kMod
9.00
-
CAD 4 - CAM 2 (CAD)
German / ILV
3.00
2.00

Course description

3D modelling of geometric ambitious parts, moveable assemblies and stress calculations at the modelled parts.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • execute finite element analyses on sports equipments using CAD/CAM Software.
  • model movable assembly groups like a ski binding using CAD/CAM Software.
  • analyse the movement of assembly groups.

Course contents

  • Strategies in working with complex and moveable assemblies (component interface, joints, assembling using coordinate systems)
  • Analyses of the manoeuvrability of mechanisms (design of joints, kinds of actuators, generating of films)
  • Stress and oscillation analyses of sports equipments

Prerequisites

CAD/CAM courses of the 2nd, 3rd and 4th semester.

Literature

  • Moodle course.

Assessment methods

  • In written form at the end of the course.
Mechanical Technologies and Machine Elements 3 (MTM3)
German / VO
3.00
2.00

Course description

Knowledge about correct design and calculation of different machine elements and Sports-Equipment based examples.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • design and calculate Gear Wheels in the field of Sports-Equipment-Technology.
  • design and calculate Belt Drives in the field of Sports-Equipment-Technology.
  • design and calculate Gear Drives in the field of Sports-Equipment-Technology.

Course contents

  • Gear Wheels
  • Belt Drives
  • Gear Drives
  • Springs
  • Ropes

Prerequisites

- Physics - Mechanical Engineering - Electronics

Literature

  • Roloff/Matek Maschinenelemente von W. Matek, D. Muhs und H. Wittel; Friedr. Vieweg & Sohn Verlagsgesell-schaft mbH, Braunschweig
  • Maschinenelemente Von Karlheinz Kabus; Carl Hanser Verlag München

Assessment methods

  • Continuous asessment
  • Written exam
Statistics and quality assurance 2 (SQ)
German / VO
3.00
2.00

Course description

- Quality assurance function as part of quality management - Statistical methods - applications - Importance of statistics in the business environment

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • apply distribution models
  • carry out sampling tests and statistical tests
  • calculate the necessary sample size for statistic based decisions

Course contents

  • Distribution parameters
  • Sampling with and without impact on quality
  • AQL sampling system
  • Introduction to statistical tests

Prerequisites

- Physics - Mechanics - Materials engineering - Technical Mathematics I and II - Statistics and Quality Assurance I

Literature

  • Kletschka, Gerhard: Skriptum QS I
  • Timischl, Wolfgang: Qualitätssicherung, Hanser-Verlag

Assessment methods

  • Written exam
Module 5.5 Economics and Law (M5.4)
German / kMod
4.50
-
Accounting (BWL)
German / VO
3.00
2.00

Course description

Basics of accounting from the balance-sheet to costing and budgeting.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • name the essential finanzal data on base of a balance sheet of a company
  • calculate key data of a company on base of a balance sheet
  • determine strenghts and weeknesses of a company on base of cost accounting

Course contents

  • basics of accounting principals
  • structure of a balance-sheet and a profit-and-loss-statement
  • basics of fincial data accounting
  • basic of costing
  • marginal costing
  • discounted vs. static budgeting
  • a practical view of the share-holder-value-approach

Prerequisites

none

Literature

  • Schneider W, Schneider D./ Betriebliches Rechnungswesen für Einsteiger, 5. Auflage 2005, Verlag Manz Schulbuch

Assessment methods

  • Course immanent assessment method and written exam
Law Fundamentals (GR)
German / VO
1.50
1.00

Course description

imparting knowledge of selected legal topics

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • illustrate and explicate the legal framework (e.g. Austrian legal system, interdependence Austria – European Union)
  • utilise selected web-based legal data-banks in simple cases

Course contents

  • main features of the legal systems of Austria and the European Union
  • Austrian civil law (especially contract law)

Prerequisites

none

Literature

  • Borchardt, Klaus-Dieter (2010): Die rechtlichen Grundlagen der Europäischen Union, Facultas.WUV
  • Krejci, Heinz (2010): Privatrecht, Manz
  • Schwimann, Michael (2013): Bürgerliches Recht für Anfänger, LexisNexis
  • Stolzlechner, Harald (2011): Einführung in das öffentliche Recht, Manz
  • Thiele, Alexander (2011): Europarecht, Niederle-Media
  • Zankl, Wolfgang (2012): Bürgerliches Recht, Facultas.WUV

Assessment methods

  • End exam
Module 5.6 Softskills 4 (M5.6)
German / kMod
1.50
-
Advanced English 1 (ENG)
English / VO
1.50
1.00

Course description

Students discuss ethics concepts in their personal, social and professional spheres and analyse real-life case studies

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • explain fundamental ethics concepts in English
  • analyse ethical dilemmas in case studies

Course contents

  • Development of an ethical conscience in an engineering environment
  • Improvement of skills in speaking and writing

Prerequisites

English 1-4

Literature

  • Additional current handouts and audio-visual support

Assessment methods

  • Course immanent assessment method, i.e. active participation in class activities and timely completion of assignments

6. Semester

Name ECTS
SWS
Module 6.1 (M6.1)
German / kMod
3.00
-
Sports equipment science 2 (SGK2)
German / ILV
3.00
2.00

Course description

Sports Equipment and their production methods, out of the students internship, will be contemplated according different perspectives and presented within interactive sessions, in preparation for the bachelors completition. Thereby a miscellaneous set of product technology related know-how will be created, out of praxis for science.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • contemplate, evaluate and present sports equipment according to different perspectives (technical and economical)
  • define relevant specifications of sports equipment in a team
  • preent these specifications using various media

Course contents

  • related to chosen topics, historical development, construction, technical specifications, relevant standards, production.

Prerequisites

internship

Literature

  • Sportsequipment related

Assessment methods

  • immanent - Participated with success
Module 6.2 Berufspraktikum BP-Seminar (M6.2)
German / iMod
24.00
-
Internship (BP)
German / SO
18.00
12.00

Course description

- Understand and apply scientific working techniques - Understand application area and limits

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • independently work on scientific topics related to sports equipment technology involving partners from industry and/or science arguing content and methodical approach.
  • scientifically reprocess a performed project and transfer its contents and findings into appropriate written form considering the rules of scientific writing.

Course contents

  • Collaboration on a company project
  • Independent acquisition of specialized expertise
  • Independent execution for a task
  • Project documentation

Prerequisites

Project-related

Literature

  • Papers and relevant web pages

Assessment methods

  • Continuous assessment
Internship - Seminar (BSEM)
German / SE
6.00
4.00

Course description

Writing the bachelor thesis

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • independently work on scientific topics related to sports equipment technology involving partners from industry and/or science arguing content and methodical approach.
  • scientifically reprocess a performed project and transfer its contents and findings into appropriate written form considering the rules of scientific writing.

Course contents

  • Project related

Prerequisites

Project related

Literature

  • Project related

Assessment methods

  • Assessment of the Bachelor thesis
Module 6.3 Softskills 6 (M6.3)
German / kMod
3.00
-
Advanced English 2 (ENG)
German / SE
3.00
2.00

Course description

The students acquire and practise the writing and speaking skills necessary to complete their bachelor studies, such as writing abstracts, techniques for successful presentations

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • write abstracts in compliance with the given formal and language-related guidelines
  • present one of their theses in English in front ofthe exam committee
  • defend the thesis.

Course contents

  • Structure of an abstract vs. German summary
  • Writing process
  • Building an English presentation from a German paper
  • Presentation techniques and relevant language

Prerequisites

The student must have successfully completed Advanced English I

Literature

  • Handouts zu Fallstudien zur Ingenieurs- und Wirtschaftsethik sowie Leadership
  • Video: The Endurance

Assessment methods

  • Course immanent assessment method, i.e. active participation in class activities and timely completion of assignments