ADVANCED MATERIALS

Module Guide and Study Plan

Winter semester 2008/2009
Stand: 07.07.2008

Contents
COMPULSORY COURSES MATERIALS SCIENCE
Materials Science I Materials Science II Computational Methods in Materials Science Lab Materials Science I Lab Materials Science II X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 1 2 2 2 3 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 3 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 5 5 4 5 5 2 4 4 5 4 4 5 4 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 5 7 9 11 12 13 15 17 18 19 20 21 23 25 27 28 29 30 31 32 33

Nanom. Biom.

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CHEMISTRY
General Chemistry Synthesis of Inorganic and Organic Materials Physical Chemistry

PHYSICS
Introductory Solid State Physics Advanced Physics of Materials Lab Intermediate Physics

ENGINEERING
Introductory Engineering Micro- and Nanotechnology

BIOLOGY - BIOMATERIALS
Introductory Biology and Cell Biology Biological Tissues Classes of Biomaterials Applications of Biomaterials Degradation of Biomaterials Host Reactions to Biomaterials Testing of Biomaterials Production of Biomaterials

NANOMATERIALS
Functional Properties of Nanomaterials Principles of structure formation in nanomaterials X X 3 3 3 5 34 36

GERMAN LANGUAGE
German Language I – III X X 1-3 8 38

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ELECTIVE COURSES
Advanced Engineering –
Compound semiconductors: Physics, technology and device concepts

Nanom.
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Biom.
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ECTS
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Basics of TEM Cell Interactions with Biomaterials and Imaging Techniques Colloids Mechanics of Materials Polymers in Medicine Sensors and Actuators Solid State Chemistry Applications of Transmission Electron Microscopy Biosensors Cell Mechanics and Interactions with Biomaterials Exploring the Nanoworld with X-Rays and High Energy Electrons Laser, Laser-Matter Interactions Thin Films Micro- and Nanostructured Optics
Innovation Management for Nanotechnology From Science to Technology to Markets

Theory in Materials Science

Precourses
Preparatory course Mathematical Methods in Physics Scientific Communication Skills –
The Craft of Scientific Writing

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German Intensive Course

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Phase Transformations . Transport .diffusion: macroscopic and microscopic description .microstructure of materials 4.diffraction techniques (XRD. Dr. Ulrich Herr Master degree in Advanced Materials Master degree in Energy Science and Technology compulsory BSc degree Students should .important examples 6.thermodynamics of solutions .diffusion at surfaces and interfaces .understand the basics of materials science . Dr.thermotransport 7.chemical potential. Phase diagrams .electromigration .non-diffusive transformations Materials Science I 5 . Characterization of the microstructure . dislocations.MATERIALS SCIENCE Module assigned to 1st semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 2288870100 5 4 English 1 semester Winter term 60 students Prof.diffusive transformations . lattices .point defects.thermodynamics and kinetics . Crystal structure . 1. Introduction .band structure 3. SEM. TEM ) .classification of materials 2.scanning probe techniques (introduction) 5.structure and bonding . phase equilibrium .microscopic methods (optical.reciprocal lattice.be able to apply this knowledge to optimize materials properties.basic types of phase diagrams . Ulrich Herr Prof. grain and phase boundaries . diffraction . especially mechanical properties.symmetry classes. FIM) . Defects in solids .

Ohring: Engineering Materials Science (Academic Press) .viscous flow and creep . Barrett and T.F. 1 h/week lecture with demonstrations. 3 h/week Materials Science I (E). postprocessing 16 h exam preparation lecture total 150 h written examination of 120 min.R.M..B.Atkins: Physical Chemistry . Examinations Grade Composition Usability 6 .M. Jones: Engineering Materials 1&2 (Butterworth Heinemann) .for chemical potential.fracture .elastic properties . precondition: successful participation in exercises exam result MSc course of studies Advanced Materials MSc course of studies Energy Science and Technology Materials Science II 8.plastic deformation .C. Callister: Materials Science and Engineering .Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Mechanical properties .An Introduction (Wiley) .D.H. thermodynamics of mixtures and thermodynamics of phase transformations . D. Massalski: Structure of Metals (Pergamon) Materials Science I (L).W. Ashby. exercises 42 h lecture (presence) 14 h exercises (presence) 50 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 28h solution of exercises.

structure-property relationships and the stability of micro.Module assigned to 2nd semester Materials Science II Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives 2288870230 5 4 English 1 semester summer term 60 students Prof.classify metallic. electrical and magnetic properties of solid materials be able to select appropriate materials and processing routes for the realization of engineering design goals.and nanostructure. Topics include materials processing and optimization. including both conventional and novel classes of materials. Syllabus: 1.understand and interpret the influence of materials processing on the microstructure and properties of metallic alloys. Nanostructured Materials Module Contents 7 . Magnetic Properties 7. Electrical Properties 5. Selected metallic alloys 2. heat treatment. Ulrich Herr Master degree in Advanced Materials Master degree in Energy Science and Technology compulsory BSc degree Students should be able to .understand the physical basis for the observed thermal. Ulrich Herr Prof. ceramics and polymers . characteristic microstructures and macroscopic properties .describe the process of fatigue and the basic causes of fatigue failure . Polymers 4. ceramic and polymeric materials based on atomic-level structures.relate the structure of a composite material to improvements in strength and toughness . based on property and performance characteristics The concepts of materials science are applied to a variety of materials types. Semiconductors 6. Ceramics and glass 3.

R. Butterworth-Heinemann.M. F. postprocessing 16 h exam preparation lecture total 150 h written examination of 120 min. Butterworth-Heinemann.W. Ashby. 2003. 1995. Oxford. R. D.M.. Successful participation in the exercises is a prerequisite for the final examination. Ashby. Wiley. . D.. Materials Science II (L). 1 h/week lecture with demonstrations. Jones: Engineering Materials 1. D. H. London. Ohring: Engineering Materials Science Academic Press. London. Callister: Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction 6th ed.M. 2nd ed. F.Literature . 1996 . 3 h/week Materials Science II (E). exercises 42 h lecture (presence) 14 h exercises (presence) 50 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 28h solution of exercises. H. Oxford. exam result MSc course of studies Advanced Materials MSc course of studies Energy Science and Technology Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability 8 . . 1998. Jones: Engineering Materials 2. 2nd ed.

U.learn the most important computational methods in Materials Science be familiar to these methods by practical training.Modeling in materials science .Simulation vs. diffusion Molecular dynamics Introduction Interatomic potentials Equations of motion.What is a model? . Simon Master degree in Advanced Materials Master degree in Energy Science and Technology Advanced compulsory BSc degree Students should . Dr.Numerical solution of differential equations Statistical mechanics . Introduction . D. Ph. PH. Prof. Ulrich Herr.Computational Methods in Materials Science Module assigned to 2nd semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 2288870200 4 3 english 1 semester summer term 60 students Prof.Statistical mechanics in atomic-scale simulation . modeling .-Ing. Dr.Ensembles and averages Monte Carlo methods Introduction Metropolis Monte Carlo algorithm Ising model Resident time algorithm. Carl Emil Krill.D. Carl Emil Krill III. Prof. integration Correlation functions Examples Phase-field models Introduction Allen-Cahn model Energy functional Numerical solution methods Examples Finite element (FE) method Introduction and fundamentals Linear variational functions Applications in one dimension General finite-element approach Examples 9 .

D. J. 2 h/week Practical exercises (P) 1 h/week 28 h lecture (presence) 14 h exercises (presence) 34 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 28h solution of exercises.. 1990) Computational Methods in Materials Science (L). Meredith: Computational Physics (Addison. 1999) . Raabe: Computational Materials Science (Wiley-VCH.Wesley. 1998) S.D. M. Wolfson. C. Pert: An Introduction to Computer Simulation (Oxford.Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load . precondition: successful participation in exercises exam result MSc course of studies Advanced Materials MSc course of studies Energy Science and Technology Examinations Grade Composition Usability 10 . G. E. postprocessing 16 h exam preparation lecture total 120 h written examination of 120 min.M. Koonin.

Hans-Jörg Fecht Prof. 25 h preparation. In addition to carrying out the experiments listed above. report. lecturers of the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science Master degree in Advanced Materials compulsory BSc degree Students should . certificate Passed or failed MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability 11 .Microstructure (2 sessions) Each experiment requires approximately 4 hours (1 session). Hans-Jörg Fecht. Ulrich Herr.Module assigned to 2nd semester Lab Materials Science I Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 2288870220 5 4 english 1 semester summer term 30 students Prof. Prof. during which members of the class give oral presentations of their experimental work to the remainder of the group handouts Lab Materials Science I (P).be able to present and report own experimental work/results Laboratory experiments: .Atomic force microscopy . 100 h home writing report and revision Total: 150 h Seminar.Phase transformations .-Ing.Nanoindentation . 4 h/week 25 h laboratory (presence).Dynamic-mechanical analysis .X-ray diffraction . Dr. Dr. students are required to attend three 2-hourseminars. Dr.learn to applicate their fundamental knowledge of Materials Science .

be able to present and report own experimental work/results Laboratory experiments: . 25 h preparation.learn to applicate their fundamental knowledge of Materials Science .-Ing. Ulrich Herr.-Ing. In addition to carrying out the experiments listed above.Module assigned to 3rd semester Lab Materials Science II Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 2288870306 5 4 english 1 semester winter term 30 students Prof.Thin film preparation . Dr. Dr. report. 100 h home writing report and revision Total: 150 h Seminar.Optical properties of ceramics .Lambda probe . during which members of the class give oral presentations of their experimental work to the remainder of the group handouts Lab Materials Science I (P). students are required to attend three 2-hourseminars. Ulrich Herr Prof. certificate Passed or failed MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability 12 . lecturers of the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science Master degree in Advanced Materials compulsory BSc degree Students should . 4 h/week 25 h laboratory (presence).Vibrational sample magnetometry & Kerr microscopy .Magnetoresistance & Kerr magnetometry .Amorphous metals Each experiment requires approximately 4 hours (1 session).

mesomerism . many electron atoms.hydrogen halides.gas laws.metal hydrides .colligative properties .water. Dr.CHEMISTRY General Chemistry Module assigned to 1st semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 2288870040 2 2 english 1 semester winter term 60 students Prof. . Gerhard Taubmann Prof. Dr.shape of molecules: VSEPR (valence shell electron pair repulsion . pKb .acids and bases Halogens: . pKa.hydrogen sulphide .learn and understand the fundamentals of general chemistry and chemical synthesis with respect to the preparation of organic polymeric and inorganic materials Atoms: .balancing redox reactions . principle of least restraint . phase diagram. pH Chalcogens: . phase law . chemical kinetics . buffers.synthesis and properties of oxygen .mass action law.hydrogen.synthesis and properties of hydrogen . .properties of the atoms. ideals gas.oxides and oxo acids of sulfur . oxidation numbers .liquefaction of gases.diamagnetismn and paramegnetismn .oxidation and reduction. Gerhard Taubmann Master degree in Advanced Materials Master degree in Energy Science and Technology compulsory BSc degree The students should .isotopes.ozone. fractionation by destillation . van der Waals . azeotropes. Henderson-Hasselbalch-equation 13 .dissociation of water. hydrogen bond.weak acids and bases.synthesis and properties .periodic table Hydrogen: . .indicators.

2 h/week 20 h lecture (presence) 24 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 16 h exam preparation Total: 60 h written examination Passed or failed MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Examinations Grade Composition Usability 14 . Mortimer: Chemistry: A Conceptual Approach Brooks Cole.acidity of oxo-acids: Bell-Pauling rules . Nernst's equation .coordination chemistry Handouts Charles E.electromotive series. 6th ed. (Dez. 1986) General Chemistry (L).Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load .

metathesis polymerisation. polymerisation techniques (solution. suspension. Dean.understand the fundamentals of general chemistry and chemical synthesis with respect to the preparation of organic polymeric and inorganic materials First part: Topics of the course are the basics in Organic Chemistry (nomenclature. R. Dr.-H. emulsion). step. Reed. M. Prof. anionic polymerisation. technical polymers.and basic textbooks of Organic Chemistry.g. UV-.Synthesis of Inorganic and Organic Materials Module assigned to 1st semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 2288870120 4 2 english 1 semester winter term 60 students Dr. Jones. Dean: Practical Skills in Chemistry Prentice Hall 2002. polycondensation. copolymerisations. molar mass and its distribution. A. configuration and stereoisomers. Handouts . A.J. D. networks. Ulrich Ziener Dr. polyaddition. J. Dirk Volkmer. functional groups. Weyers. Synthesis of Organic and Inorganic Materials (L).and NMR-spectroscopy.-G.John R. Jones: Practical Skills in Chemistry PEARSON . . Second part: fundamental terms of polymer chemistry. Elias: An Introduction to Polymer Science VCH Weinheim 1997. chapters 1-4. IR. chemical structure of polymers.and chain-growth polymerisation. R. Holmes. 3 h/week Literature Teaching Methods 15 . . reactivity) as well as some fundamental applications of standard analytical methods (e. free radical polymerisation. insertion polymerisation. Ulrich Ziener Master degree in Advanced Materials Master degree in Energy Science and Technology compulsory BSc degree The students should . HPLC and mass spectrometry). Dr. Björn Bredenkötter.

Estimation of working load 40 h lecture (presence) 64 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 16 h exam preparation Total: 120 h written examination exam result MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Examinations Grade Composition Usability 16 .

Catalyzed reactions. 2 h/week 28 h lecture (presence) 76 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 16 h exam preparation Total: 120 h written examination exam result MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Physical Chemistry Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability 17 .b. Extension of the model to examples closer to reality . The first law: Enthalpy 2. Molecular orbitals B) Practical Aspects of the Laws of Thermodynamics 1. The second law: Entropy. Temperature. The harmonic oscillator (basic model for a vibrating molecule) . Problems with Newton's Classical World 2. enzyme reactions Handouts Physical Chemistry (L). The properties of waves and the wave-nature of matter 3. the rate of reaction and the position of equilibrium 3.a. hydrogen-like ions and atomic orbitals 5. The order of a reaction 2.The third law C) Reaction Kinetics 1. The hydrogen atom.Module assigned to 1st semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 2288870110 4 2 english 1 semester winter term 60 students NN NN Master degree in Advanced Materials Master degree in Energy Science and Technology compulsory BSc degree The students should A) Quantum Chemistry 1. Quantum mechanical description of a simple system -The particle in a box 4. Free-energy and Chemical equilibrium .

Handouts Introductory Solid State Physics (L). Dr. 1 h/week 42 h lecture (presence) 14 h exercises (presence) 50 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 28 h solution of exercises. Dr.PHYSICS Module assigned to 1st semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load 2288870080 5 4 english 1 semester winter term 30 students Prof. Paul Ziemann Master degree in Advanced Materials compulsory BSc degree This introductory course aims at providing the basic knowledge as well as some fundamental practical tools of Solid State Physics necessary to understand all the forthcoming more advanced Materials Science courses a) Basic Classification of Solids by Bonds & Structure b) Lattice Vibrations & Phonons c) Electronic properties of Solids . Paul Ziemann Prof. postprocessing 16 h exam preparation Total: 150 h written examination exam result MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Introductory Solid State Physics Examinations Grade Composition Usability 18 . 2 h/week Introductory Solid State Physics (E).

Handouts Introductory Solid State Physics (L). Dr. This course aims at providing the basic knowledge to understand physical properties of Solids. Klaus Thonke Prof.Advanced Physics of Materials Module assigned to 2nd semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 2288870140 4 3 english 1 semester summer term 30 students Prof. postprocessing 16 h exam preparation Total: 120 h written examination exam result MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability 19 . which are used to give various materials their function. a successful attendance of this latter course is necessary. Emphasis is put on optical. 1 h/week 28 h lecture (presence) 14 h exercises (presence) 34 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 28 h solution of exercises. magnetic as well as superconducting properties. Dr. 2 h/week Introductory Solid State Physics (E). Contents: a) Optical properties of Solids b) Magnetic phenomena in Solids c) Superconducting properties of Solids . Thus. Klaus Thonke Master degree in Advanced Materials Compulsory for students with major Nanomaterials Elective for students with major Biomaterials BSc degree This course is a continuation of the "Intermediate Physics”.

2 . Paul Ziemann Dr. a doped Semiconductor (p-Si). this includes the handling of liquid Helium & Nitrogen. . line shapes. second measurement on a pre-prepared epitaxially grown Au film. Dr. 15K 77K) of the thermal conductivity of sapphire. II) Thermal conductivity: Temperature dependence (4. 80 h home writing report and revision Total: 120 h Seminar. 22 h preparation. measurement of a low resolution pole figure. After a short introduction into the applied methods the following properties should be discussed: Fermi energy.2 . YBaCuO). basic terms. IV) XPS/UPS: XPS/UPS spectra of different metals (Al. Cu. θ.Lab Intermediate Physics Module assigned to 1st semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 2288870140 4 2 english 1 semester winter term 30 students Prof. chemical shifts. AuAl2) as well as non-metals (Si. quartz.Handouts Laboratory. short introduction into the problems of Vacuum physics and evaporation techniques. this includes the handling of liquid Helium & Nitrogene. Au.15K. methods and tools I) X-ray diffraction: Evaporation of Au film at room temperature. estimate of near surface stoichiometries. report. Constantan and Superconductors (Pb. determination of lattice parameters. seminar and report 18 h laboratory (presence). identification of various reflexes. BN. Pb. III) Electrical conductivity: Temperature dependence (4.2θ-measurements on those films. Au). Ulf Wiewald Master degree in Advanced Materials Compulsory BSc degree The students will learn the principles of scientific working. certificate Passed or failed MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability 20 .77K) of metals (Cu. various involved electronic transitions. WO3) are presented. selection rules for fcc. scientific work and management.

Hall effect Introductory Engineering Module Contents 21 . node-voltage analysis.understand basic treatment/evaluation of measured data . maximum power transfer. resistances in series and parallel. pulse response.Measurement units.analyze transient problems of RLC circuits . advantages and problems of digital data processing . impurity conduction.understand the basics of crystal and semiconductor physics . Maxwell's equations . dispersion relation. Dr. Ferdinand Scholz Prof. SI units . density of states. mobility. step. . Kirchhoff's laws. carrier statistics.Semiconductors: Basics of crystallography: Miller's indices. mesh current analysis. linearity. Bode diagram. convolution . ideal and real transformers. concept of hole. network analysis by using series and parallel equivalents. complex impedances.understand how basic semiconductor devices work . Thevenin and Norton equivalent. superposition principle.Fourier and Laplace transformation: Transfer function. inductor: capacitance. average power etc. high pass. voltage and current dividers. Basics of band structure: Naïve band diagram. energy. effective mass. Brillouin zone. Schrödinger equation. Dr.Basic Electrical Engineering: Charge. Ferdinand Scholz Master degree in Advanced Materials Compulsory for students with major Nanomaterials Elective for students with major Biomaterials BSc degree Electrical Engineering: Students should be able to . filters etc. current. magnetic materials. low pass. reziprocal lattice.perform circuit analysis of linear DC and AC (RLC) circuits . complex numbers. 2nd order low pass etc.: Frequency response. interaction with light. Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits. Circuit analysis: Resistive circuits.ENGINEERING Module assigned to 1st semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives 2288870070 5 4 english 1 semester winter term 60 students Prof. modelling of real elements. duality. diffusion. basic treatment of digital data. Fermi statistics. Wheatstone bridge. Frequency analysis. voltage.understand conversion of analogue data into digital data. magnetic circuits. magnetic fields. steadystate sinusoidal analysis: phasors. logarithmic scale.Analysis of transients: First and second order transient circuits. inductance. Capacitor.. direct/indirect band structure. power in AC circuits. power.

common base.Basics of measurement. distribution. band structure. 1 h/week 42 h lecture (presence) 14 h exercises. Noise : Thermal. Introductory Engineering (L). signal transmission . Physics of Semiconductor Devices.Signal filtering. hetero junction. load line analysis .Devices for measurement: Operational amplifier: Basics. Field Effect Transistor: Structure.Diodes: p-n-junction.Digital Signal Processing: Binary signals. practical training (presence) 50 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 28 h solution of exercises. flip-flop. mean value. Microcomputers. differentiator. compound semiconductors . Pfeifer. Prentice Hall. 1996 . Digitization: Basics. common emitter. Signal filtering: passive.P. R. data transmission Literature Electrical Engineering: . subtractor. Schottky diode. DA and AD converters. integrator. . standard deviation. postprocessing 16 h exam preparation Total: 150 h Written exam Exam result MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability 22 .. z-transformation. Hambley: Electrical Engineering. adder. error propagation. adders. special diodes. LockIn. Schaum's Outlines: Signals and Systems.P. basic logic operations. enhancement and depletion. instrumentation amplifier . data storage. 1995. sampling theorem. Gauss. fabrication. Oldenbourg. McGraw-Hill. noise figure of 4-port. probability distributions: Binomial.Ch. operation. logarithmiser. 1994. 3 h/week Introductory Engineering (E). John Wiley & sons. Sze. pn as capacitance. ideality factor. shot. Profos and T. New York. Wiley. 2002 .M. Binary numbers. 1981. generationrecombination. München. New York. load line analysis. Upper Saddle River.H. Handbuch der industriellen Messtechnik. microcontrollers: Building blocks. Digital filters. Hsu. amplification. New York.S. Kittel. Gray code.Allan R. Boxcar.Transistors: Bipolar transistor. errors. active. regression . 1/f. Poisson. Introduction to Solid State Physics. statistics: Random and systematic errors. .

Peter Unger Prof. Micro.and Nanotechnology (L). Bota Raton. 1994. Sze: Semiconductor devices .F.Module assigned to 3rd semester Micro. As applications of these technologies. Dr. C. 2nd edition ACS Professional Reference Book. . where important original publications will be discussed and hands-on experiments in the clean room will be performed. New York 1985. . 2 h/week Micro. MA 01776. NanoStructures Press.S. x-ray optics and quantum-effect electronic devices. Peter Unger Master degree in Advanced Materials Compulsory for students with major Nanomaterials Elective for students with major Biomaterials BSc degree This course on the Micro. 1 h/week 28 h lecture (presence) 14 h exercises. and M. USA. . the basic technological processes for lithography and pattern transfertechniques are discussed.G. Sudbury.Physics and technology John Wiley & Sons. micro optics.Marc J.D. Dr.and Nanotechnology provides an advanced understanding of the technology for fabricating structures with micron.J. Morgan and K.and nanometer-structures technology.and Nanotechnology Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 2288870390 4 3 english 1 semester winter term 30 students Prof.and nanometer-scale dimensions. Board: An introduction to semiconductor microtechnology. 437 Peakham Road. flat-panel displays.V. Thompson. .M. Willson.Henry I. Madou: Fundamentals of Microfabrication. Bowden: Introduction to Microlithography. micromechanics. 2nd edition John Wiley & Sons. At the beginning of the course. magneticthin-film heads. Smith: Submicron. 2nd edition CRC Press. practical training (presence) 34 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 28 h solution of exercises. . fabrication processes are presented like CMOS and III-V technology.and Nanotechnology (E). 1994.L. The lectures are accompanied by exercises. Chichester 1994. postprocessing 16 h exam preparation Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load 23 . 2002. American Chemical Society. 2nd edition.

Examinations Grade Composition Usability Total: 120 h examination of 120 min.. precondition: successful participation in exercises Exam result MSc course of studies Advanced Materials 24 .

BIOLOGY .be well prepared to for lectures in Biomaterials in 2nd and 3rd semester BASICS AND ECOSYSTEMS Secondary production in ecosystems The cycling of chemical elements in ecosystems BIOMOLECULES Water and the fitness of the environment Carbon and the molecular diversity of life Structure and function of macromolecules Introduction to metabolism. Prof. .BIOMATERIALS Introductory Biology and Cell Biology Module assigned to 1st semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 2288870 5 4 English 1 semester winter term 30 students Prof. Bernhard Koch Prof. Andreas Ziegler Master degree in Advanced Materials Compulsory for students with major Biomaterials Elective for students with major Nanomaterials BSc degree The students should . Dr.be able to understand central problems of Biology and Cell Biology. Enzymes CELLULAR RESPIRATION Harvesting chemical energy CELL MORPHOLOGY AND GENEXPRESSION A tour of the cell Membrane structure and function The cell cycle The molecular basis of inheritance From gene to protein ORGANISMIC AND ANIMAL DIVERSITY The major lineages of life Prokaryotes and the origins of metabolic diversity The origin and early diversification of eukaryote details from animal evolution and groups of invertebrates DEVELOPMENT Animal development FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY An introduction to animal structure and function muscle function Nervous system ENDOCRINOLOGY Chemical signals in animals Blood glucose and adrenal gland CIRCULATION AND GAS EXCHANGE Circulation and gas exchange Gas exchange in animals Intracellular Compartments and Protein Sorting Vesicular Transport Cytoskeleton and Mitosis Structure and function of cellular membranes Cell-cell contacts and cell adhesion 25 . Bernhard Koch. Dr. PD Dr. Paul Walther. Dr.

Reece: BIOLOGY. 4 h/week 55 h lecture (presence) 79 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 16 h exam preparation Total: 150 h examination of 120 min Exam result MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Biomaterials Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability 26 . 6th edition (2002) Introductory Biology and Cell Biology (L). Benjamin Cummings Publisher. B. A. Campbell. J.Literature Structure and function of the extracellular matrix CELLULAR CIRCULATION AND GAS EXCHANGE Circulation and gas exchange Gas exchange in animals Intracellular Compartments and Protein Sorting Vesicular Transport Cytoskeleton and Mitosis Structure and function of cellular membranes Cell-cell contacts and cell adhesion Structure and function of the extracellular matrix CELLULAR RESPIRATION Harvesting chemical energy CELL MORPHOLOGY AND GENEXPRESSION A tour of the cell Membrane structure and function The cell cycle The molecular basis of inheritance From gene to protein ORGANISMIC AND ANIMAL DIVERSITY The major lineages of life Prokaryotes and the origins of metabolic diversity The origin and early diversification of eukaryote details from animal evolution and groups of invertebrates DEVELOPMENT Animal development FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY An introduction to animal structure and function muscle function Nervous system ENDOCRINOLOGY Chemical signals in animals Blood glucose and adrenal gland CIRCULATION AND GAS EXCHANGE Circulation and gas exchange Gas exchange in animals Intracellular Compartments and Protein Sorting Vesicular Transport Cytoskeleton and Mitosis Structure and function of cellular membranes Cell-cell contacts and cell adhesion Structure and function of the extracellular matrix Handouts N.

Schrezenmaier. Lutz Claes Brenner. Keller.which biological tissues can be (partly) substituted or supported by Biomaterials 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) Cartilage Tendon. ligament Blood vessels. Klass. Dr. hum. Walcher. 1 h/week 14 h lecture (presence) 30 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 16 h exam preparation Total: 60 h examination of 120 min (together with Applications of Biomaterials and Classes of Biomaterials) Exam result MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Biomaterials Examinations Grade Composition Usability 27 . Willie. heart Eyes Bone Teeth Blood Kidney Liver/ pancreas Skin Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Handouts Biological Tissues (L). Scharfetter-Kochanek Master degree in Advanced Materials Compulsory for students with major Biomaterials Elective for students with major Nanomaterials BSc degree Biology. Cell Biology The students should . Kupferschmid. biol. Haller.Module assigned to 2nd semester Biological Tissues Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 2288870160 2 1 english 1 semester summer term 30 students Prof.

Wenz Master degree in Advanced Materials Compulsory for students with major Biomaterials Elective for students with major Nanomaterials BSc degree Biology. Brenner. Claes. Lutz Claes Seliger. hum.Module assigned to 2nd semester Classes of Biomaterials Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 2288870180 2 1 english 1 semester summer term 30 students Prof.learn about properties. Doser. 1 h/week 14 h lecture (presence) 30 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 16 h exam preparation Total: 60 h examination of 120 min (together with Biological Tissues and Applications of Biomaterials) Exam result MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Biomaterials Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability 28 . Fink. biol. processing and usage of biocompatible materials 1) Polymers 2) Hydrogels 3) Metals 4) Natural Materials 5) Composites 6) Ceramics (Bone Sustitute) Handouts Biological Tissues (L). Cell Biology The students should . Dr.

1 h/week 14 h lecture (presence) 30 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 16 h exam preparation Total: 60 h examination of 120 min (together with Biological Tissues and Classes of Biomaterials) Exam result MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Biomaterials Examinations Grade Composition Usability 29 . Dr. hum.Applications of Biomaterials Module assigned to 2nd semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load 2288870170 2 1 english 1 semester summer term 30 students Prof. Cell Biology The students should - Handouts Biological Tissues (L). biol. Lutz Claes Lecturers of the Institute of Orthopaedic Research and Biomechanics Master degree in Advanced Materials Compulsory for students with major Biomaterials Elective for students with major Nanomaterials BSc degree Biology.

hum. Dr. 1 h/week 14 h lecture (presence) 30 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 16 h exam preparation Total: 60 h examination of 120 min (together with Host Reactions to Biomaterials and Testing of Biomaterials) Exam result MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Examinations Grade Composition Usability 30 . Cell Biology Degradation of Biomaterials Handouts Host reactions to Biomaterials (L). biol.Degradation of Biomaterials Module assigned to 3rd semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load 2288870300 2 1 english 1 semester summer term 30 students Prof. Lutz Claes Master degree in Advanced Materials Compulsory for students with major Biomaterials Elective for students with major Nanomaterials BSc degree Biology.

biol. Ignatius. 1 h/week 14 h lecture (presence) 30 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 16 h exam preparation Total: 60 h examination of 120 min (together with Degradation of Biomaterials and testing of Biomaterials) Exam result MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability 31 . Brenner Master degree in Advanced Materials Compulsory for students with major Biomaterials Elective for students with major Nanomaterials BSc degree Biology. Cell Biology Host reactions to Biomaterials 1) Blood reactions to biomaterials (Wendel) 2) In vitro cell-biomaterials reactions (Ignatius) 3) In vivo tissue reactions to biomaterials (Neidlinger-Wilke) 4) Systematic effects of biomaterials (Brenner) Handouts Host reactions to Biomaterials (L). Dr. Neidlinger-Wilke. Lutz Claes Wendel. hum.Module assigned to 3rd semester Host Reactions to Biomaterials Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 2288870350 2 1 english 1 semester summer term 30 students Prof.

Cell Biology Testing of Biomaterials Handouts Host reactions to Biomaterials (L). 1 h/week 14 h lecture (presence) 30 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 16 h exam preparation Total: 60 h examination of 120 min (together with Host Reactions to Biomaterials and Degradation of Biomaterials) Exam result MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Examinations Grade Composition Usability 32 . Lutz Claes Master degree in Advanced Materials Compulsory for students with major Biomaterials Elective for students with major Nanomaterials BSc degree Biology. Dr.Testing of Biomaterials Module assigned to 3rd semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load 2288870300 2 1 english 1 semester summer term 30 students Prof. biol. hum.

hum.Production of Biomaterials Module assigned to 3rd semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 2 1 english 1 semester Winter term. Dr. Often combination with an additional lecture. processing halls and plants are visited. processing and usage of biocompatible materials Commercial production of Biomaterials -Excursions to different companies Whole day excursions to different companies. where different labs. 20 students Prof. biol. Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability Handouts Seminars Excursions 30 hs presence and 30 hs home Attendance of all excursions Certificate MSc course of studies Advanced Materials 33 . Lutz Claes Lecturers of the Faculties of Medicine and Natural Science Master degree in Advanced Materials Compulsory for students with major Biomaterials Elective for students with major Nanomaterials BSc degree The students should gain a knowledge of properties.

B. 2. 3. Top-down Approaches & New Materials 1. Analytical Tools in Nanoscience a) STM/STS b) AFM c) SEM d) TEM III.NANOMATERIALS Functional Properties of Nanomaterials Module assigned to 3rd semester 2288870330 34 2 english 1 semester winter term 30 students PD Dr. 4. Joachim Bansmann. 5. D. Preparations & Properties of Nanostructures A. optic and magnetic properties of nanostructures which are due to their dimensional constraints I. 1. Master degree in Advanced Materials Compulsory for students with major Nanomaterials Elective for students with major Biomaterials BSc degree In the first part. Optical Lithography 2. The second part focuses on physical properties like electronic. Approaches. the course aims at introducing state of the art approaches of how to prepare and characterize various nanostructures. 1. Lithographic Etching 3. C.. 2. PD Dr. 4. 3. Introduction Nanoscience: What is it all about? Examples. Wet etching Dry etching Electron Beam Lithography Clusters Fullerenes & Nanotubes Bottom-up Approaches STM/AFM-manipulations Self-assembled monolayers Colloidal approach Micellar approach Electronic & Optical Properties Level spacing Coulomb-blockade & single electron effects Semiconducting quantum dots Magnetic Properties Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 34 . Joachim Bansmann. Perspectives II..

Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability - Magnetic Anisotropy Stoner-Wohlfahrth Model. Superparamagnetism Magnetoresistance Overview: AMR. TMR. 3. CHR Handouts Functional Properties of Nanomaterials (L). GMR. 3 h/week 28 h lecture (presence) 46 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 16 h exam preparation Total: 90 h written examination exam result MSc course of studies Advanced Materials 35 . 2.1.

Semiconducting and conducting polymers 4. Dr. Katharina Landfester. Electrostatic interaction between systems Cluster Based Materials 1.Dr. Liquid-crystalline polymers 3. 2. Block copolymers 2. Bernhardt.Handouts Literature 36 . Clusterstructure calculations based on the Lennard-Jones (LJ) interaction potential 3.Module assigned to 3rd semester Principles of structure formation in nanomaterials Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 2288870410 5 4 english 1 semester winter term 30 students Prof. cluster mass spectra 4. Interaction forces 3. applications of nanoparticles is their use in Heterogeneous Catalysis. Prof. Dr. Dr.Van der Waals interaction 2. growth modes in growth processes 3. PD. basic types of bimolecular catalytic reactions 1 . Carbon cluster structures 5. Elena Mena-Osteritz. T. classes of chemical reactions/processes 2. Katharina Landfester Prof. as part of supported catalysts 5. Dr. One-dimensional metal structures . Chemisorption (dissociative or molecular) and molecular physisorption. Nanolithography with Polymers 5. Behm Master degree in Advanced Materials Compulsory for students with major Nanomaterials Elective for students with major Biomaterials BSc degree Polymeric Materials: 1. elementary surface processes during film growth 4. Prof. J. Molecular Imprinting Surface Structuring and Nanoparticles 1.

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8 10 english 3 semester winter and summer term 30 students Dr. Timm, Ms Husemann Ms Kathrin Husemann, Ms Sabine Hagen, Ms Frauke Nowak-Arendt Lecturers of the Center of Languages Master degree in Advanced Materials compulsory BSc degree The students should be able to talk and understand German German language I - Words and phrases - People, travelling - Supermarket - Rent a room, buying furnitures - Talks, discussion - Grammar German language II - Grammar - Talks, discussion, - Writing German language III - Grammar - Talks, discussion - Writing

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4 3 english 1 semester summer term 30 students Prof. Dr. Ferdinand Scholz Prof. Dr. Ferdinand Scholz Master degree Electrical Engineering Master degree in Advanced Materials elective BSc degree The lecture covers physics and technology of modern compound semiconductors with major focus on III-V compounds like GaAs and related materials. These semiconductors are indispensable for modern optoelectronic devices like LEDs (all color visible, infrared, ultraviolet), laser diodes, photodetectors etc. where silicon is useless due to its indirect band structure. Moreover, they find applications as high frequency electronic devices in modern communication systems like mobile phones etc. In the lecture, we will discuss the physics which enables these applications, the preparation of the materials, epitaxial structures and devices and some particular characterisation methods. Semiconductors, Compound Semiconductors Bulk crystal growth, liquid phase epitaxy, vapor phase epitaxy, molecular beam epitaxy Optical processes, spectroscopic methods, x-ray diffraction Electrical characterization methods Strain in semiconductor structures Low-dimensional structures: quantum wells, wires, dots Short Wavelength materials: Group III nitrides Semiconductor LEDs and Laser diodes Electronic devices: HEMTs, HBTs Solar Cells Handouts Advanced Engineering(L), 2 h/week, ( E) 1h/week

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Ute Kaiser Prof. In this course we will give you an introduction into the basic components of a transmission electron microscope. Dr.Basics of TEM Module assigned to 2nd semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 2 1 english 1 semester summer term 30 students Prof. Ute Kaiser Master degree in Advanced Materials elective BSc degree Students should learn . into its electron optics and to kinematical and dynamical theory of electron scattering.theory and basics of Transmission Electron Microscopy Transmission Electron Microscopy is a basic characterisation method in advanced materials science. Dr. Basics of TEM (L) 1 h/week 14 h lecture (presence) 30 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 16 h exam preparation Total: 60 h written examination result of exam MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability 41 .

Ralf Kemkemer Master degree in Advanced Materials elective BSc degree This lecture introduces some basic features and physical models of cell adhesion and interaction with physically and chemically micro. Introduction to the cell and cytoskeleton and adhesion elements II. Interaction of cells with topographical features of surfaces and response to physical and chemical structures of materials III.and nanostructured materials Special emphasis is on recent developments in that rapidly growing field: I. FRET) handouts Cell Interaction with Biomaterials and Imaging Techniques (L) 1 h/week 14 h lecture (presence) 30 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 16 h exam preparation Total: 60 h written examination result of exam MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability 42 .Cell Interaction with Biomaterials and Imaging Techniques Module assigned to 2nd semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 2 1 english 1 semester summer term 30 students Dr. Design and application of nanostructured materials for cellular biotechnology IV. Ralf Kemkemer Dr. Imaging techniques for cell studies (fusion proteins.

Dr. Mini-. Katharina Landfester Master degree in Advanced Materials elective BSc degree The course covers the most fundamental principles of colloid chemistry Historical background Definition of colloidal systems Electrostatic stabilization (DLVO theory) Steric stabilization Thermodynamics of interfaces Surfactants Macro-.Module assigned to 2nd semester Colloids Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 2 1 english 1 semester summer term 30 students Prof. Dr. Microemulsions Preparation of Nanoparticles Handouts Colloids(L). 1 h/week 28 h lecture (presence) 764 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 16 h exam preparation Total: 120 h written examination exam result MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability 43 . Katharina Landfester Prof.

Stress ii. shear forces and bending moments d. Equilibrium conditions. Torsional loading i. Strain iv. Stress iii. Axial loading i. Displacements iii. Stresses a. Carl Krill Dr. You Master degree in Advanced Materials elective BSc degree Introduction into all relevant methods describing mechanical behavior and mechanical properties of materials Topics 1. Generalized Hooke's law 2. shear stress ii. Statically indeterminate systems 4. Thin-walled tubes—shear flow 44 . singularity functions d. deflections due to shearing stress iii.Mechanics of Materials Module assigned to 2nd semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 3 2 english 1 semester summer term 30 students Prof. Deformations ii. internal forces ii. Deflections a. elastic flexure formula c. Thin-walled pressure vessels 3.-H. Dr. deflections by superposition e. introduction b. introduction b. Introduction i. deflections by integration c. J. Flexural loading i.

2005). Mohr's circle for plane stress iv. New York. Mechanics of Materials (L) 2 h/week 28 h lecture (presence) 46 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 16 h exam preparation Total: 90 h Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability written examination result of exam MSc course of studies Advanced Materials 45 . Principle stresses iii. Hibbeler. Upper Saddle River. F." R. Riley. General stress state 6. L. Sturges and D. Stress transformation equations for plane stress ii. Theories of failure Literature W. Special cases ii. Stress and strain transformation i. Mechanics of Materials. Morris. Mechanics of Materials. C. 6th ed. 5th ed. (Wiley. Combined loading i. Note: several copies are available in the university library's "Lehrbuchsammlung. D. 1999). NJ. H.5. (Pearson Prentice Hall.

Historical development of Plastics in Medical Engineering 7. Injectable implant material (VP-implant material) a) Injection Biomechanics Factors defining the injctabiltiy (viscosity. plastic Biomaterials 5. Election criteria for Biomaterials 8. Define Functional design requirements for injectable implant material Video of vertebroplasty Surgery 14. Sterilization methods Radiation (γ -. 1. Purpose of the lecture is to give an idea about daily work in industrial R&D on Biomaterials and special aspects of the development of improved osteosyntheses implants. steps 12.Polymers in Medicine Module assigned to 2nd semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives 2 1 english 1 semester summer term 30 students Dr. Biomaterials Definition History Overview 4.. Material properties & functionality / performance 9. Introduction 2. Andreas Boger Dr. e-beam) sterilization Gas (Ethylenoxid) sterilization 13.) Adaptation of the rheolgical properties implant material to the application b) X-ray density Basics on x-ray attenuation Testing of radiopacity (X-ray density) Module Contents 46 . Examples of the use of metallic.. pressure. ceramic. What can be done with polymeric Biomaterials 3. Regulation of Medical Devices 11. Polymers used in Medicine 6. Validation Definition Content. Andreas Boger Master degree in Advanced Materials elective BSc degree Polymers are widely used in medical applications – from the simple drug delivery syringe to Biomaterials which are implanted into the body for a long term. Categories of Medical products 10.

reinforced PEEK Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability Handouts Polymers in Medicine (L). ) Drawback when titanium is replaced with polymer? Plasma spraying on polymers to improve osteointegration . clinical problem. process technology.c) Mechanical adaptation of current implant material (PMMA) Porous PMMA as compliant material for cancellous bone Biomechanical testing of polymeric material 15. properties. principles. manufacturing – reinforced resorbable material Tuning of implant surface / Functionalization of osteosynthese implants Polymers to improve implants Coated intramedular nails – drug delivery devices as combination device (background. Resorbable polymers Resorbable material – applications.Ti coated Carbon Fiber. properties. 1 h/week 14 h lecture (presence) 30 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 16 h exam preparation Total: 60 h examination of 120 min Exam result MSc course of studies Advanced Materials 47 .

postprocessing 16 h exam preparation Total: 150 h examination of 120 min. Erhard Kohn Master degree in Advanced Materials Elective BSc degree Introduction in Si-based Semiconductor sensors Aquisition of radiation. S. mechanical forces.-Ing.Sze.Dr. magnetic fields. precondition: successful participation in exercises Exam result MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Examinations Grade Composition Usability 48 .-Ing. 1 h/week 42 h lecture (presence) 14 h exercises. 3 h/week Sensors and Actuators (L). Erhard Kohn Prof.Sensors and Actuators Module assigned to 2nd semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load 2288870250 5 4 english 1 semester summer term 30 students Prof.M.. MSTbasics . temperature.: Physics of Semiconductor Devices John Wiley &Sons Inc. practical training (presence) 50 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 28 h solution of exercises.Dr. 1981 Sensors and Actuators (L)..

Nicola Hüsing Master degree in Advanced Materials elective BSc degree The lecture covers the most fundamental principles of modern solid state chemistry. “International Tables for Crystallography” 3. concepts to predict structures 6. spacegroups. ferromagnetism. 1 h/week 14 h lecture (presence) 30 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 16 h exam preparation Total: 60 h written examination exam result MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability 49 . Dr. Characterization of solids II: electron microscopy. Nicola Hüsing Prof. structure of nanomaterials 2. Structure-property relations II: nanomaterials Handouts Solid State Chemistry(L). solid solutions. hydrothermal synthesis. symmetry elements. complex structures. 1. basic structure types. band structure. Electrical.Module assigned to 2nd semester Solid State Chemistry Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 2 1 english 1 semester summer term 30 students Prof. syntheses and applications of solid materials. Real structure of crystals: defects. Bonding in solids: Ionic bonding. structures. Structure of solids: Close packing. superconductivity. Besides minerals and bulk materials. e. magnetic and optical properties: semiconductivity. thermal analysis 5. sol-gel method. Structure-property relations I: zeolites 10. properties. Synthesis of solids: solid state reaction. ionic conductivity. Characterization of solids I: diffraction techniques 4. Dr. luminescence 8. extended defects and nanostructures 7. spectroscopy. i. vapor phase transport. today’s advanced materials serve to illustrate these basics. Basic crystallography: unit cells. methods for crystal growth 9. metallic bonding.

Dr. Handouts Applications of Electronmicroscopy. In this course we will give you an introduction into new imaging. (L) 1 h/week 14 h lecture (presence) 30 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 16 h exam preparation Total: 60 h Written exam result of exam MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability 50 . Ute Kaiser Master degree in Advanced Materials elective BSc degree Introduction into newest development of TEM New generation electron microscopes equipped with a corrector for the spherical aberration of lenses have great potential in NanoScience for solving questions on the functionality of nanostructures. Ute Kaiser Prof. diffraction and spectroscopic possibilities of transmission electron microscopy. Dr.Applications of Transmission Electron Microscopy Module assigned to 3rd semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 2 1 english 1 semester winter term 30 students Prof.

experimental exercise. Basic principles and techniques used in biosensors Informations on fabrication technologies Description of research. Prof. Alberto Pasquarelli. Dr. interfacial. Alberto Pasquarelli Master degree in Advanced Materials elective BSc degree. Hermann Schumacher Dr. Ion-channel devices. Basic knowledge of chemistry and biochemistry help understanding the biological part of biosensors. clinical and industrial applications Introduction to biosensors Applications overview Detection methods: physical. MEA and MTA. excursion Biosensors (L) 1 h/week 14 h lecture (presence) 30 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 16 h exam preparation Total: 60 h written examination result of exam MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability 51 . Inplants Introduction to microfabrication .Extras: invited talk(s).Biosensors Module assigned to 3rd semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 2 1 english 1 semester summer term 30 students Dr. biological Biochip technologies: DNA and protein chips.

Introduction to the cell and cytoskeleton elements 2.what force can a cell apply during cell movement 4. Studies of the mechanics of Single cells. and human health.and nano-structured materials.measuring the elastic properties of cells .mechanical manipulation of cells . Experiments for mechanical probing and manipulation of single cells. Interaction of cells with topographical features of surfaces sensing and response to physical and chemical structures of materials 5. Basics mechanical properties of filaments and networks 3. tissue engineering. 1. Ralf Kemkemer Master degree in Advanced Materials elective BSc degree Cells are very adaptive Systems and respond to various external Signals. Ralf Kemkemer Dr. cells react to mechanical manipulations as wells as to physical properties of the materials they interact with. Besides chemical Stimuli.Cell Mechanics and Interactions with Biomaterials Module assigned to 3rd semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives 2 1 english 1 semester winter term 30 students Dr. Special emphasis is on recent developments in that rapidly growing field. This lecture introduces some basic features of the deformation of Single cells and the interaction of cells with physically and chemically micro. subcellular components and biological molecules have rapidly evolved during the past decade with significant implications for biotechnology.how does it sense mechanical forces . . Design and application of nanostructured materials for cellular biotechnology handouts Cell Interaction with Biomaterials and Imaging Techniques (L) 1 h/week 14 h lecture (presence) 30 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 16 h exam preparation Total: 60 h written examination result of exam MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Module Contents Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability 52 .

size/strain separation (Warren-Averbach) . Prof.peak shape analysis (Fourier methods) .sources of lens aberrations .theory of absorption . Ulrich Herr Master degree in Advanced Materials elective BSc degree Selected topics of research and methods in Nanophysics and Nanoengineering Scattering of x-rays and electrons .magnetic focusing of electrons . Dr. multilayers Magnetic lenses and lens aberrations .intensity analysis (Rietveld) .elastic scattering . D.application: characterization of nanocrystalline materials X-ray reflectometry .applications: EBSD Diffraction from crystals—Bragg peak intensities . Ute Kaiser Prof. TEM Inelastic scattering of x-rays and electrons .effect of interface roughness .-Ing.structure factor .indexing complex powder diffraction patterns . Ute Kaiser.application: macromolecular crystallography Diffraction from crystals—Bragg peak shapes . Prof.Fresnel equation . Dr.methods for simulation .application: Ewald sphere—x-ray diffraction vs.Exploring the Nanoworld with X-Rays and High-Energy Electrons Module assigned to 3rd semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 3 2 english 1 semester winter term 30 students Prof. Ruska .background info: biographies of Röntgen. Ph.application: analysis of thin-film thickness. Bragg/Bragg. Carl Emil Krill.application: CS-corrector High-resolution TEM 53 . Dr.

STEM.principles of image reconstruction.application: nanoparticle growth. fluorescence) . refraction) .application: materials science .x-ray lenses (Fresnel. phase.imaging (Z-contrast.imaging conditions .application: magnetic microstructure of bacteria Lorentz microscopy . dual-beam units . visualization . metallic foams X-ray microscopy . ferrofluid characterization handouts Exploring the Nanoworld (L) 1 h/week 28 h lecture (presence) 52 h preparation of presentation and postprocessing seminar 10 h seminar (presence) an presentation Total: 90 h Presentation.single vs.contrast transfer function . TEM .reconstruction artefacts .application life science X-ray tomography . diffraction.ion irradiation . Atomic-resolution Z-contrast .concepts for 3-D resolution .imaging with ion beam . lithography.amplitude vs.. energy-filtered TEM Holography . EELS.measurement apparatus .phase and amplitude contrast . report result of presentation and report MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability 54 .application: magnetic "ripple" in thin films.application: growth of individual grains during recrystallization Focused ion beam .theory .applications: CT of human bone under mechanical loading.magnetic contrast .light holography . Amplitude Contrast) . Abrikosov lattice Electron tomography (Bright-field.electron holography .sources of contrast (absorption.application: multislice simulation. phase information . electron tomography Small-angle x-ray scattering (SAXS) .application: atomic-resolution imaging.Z-contrast .application: sample preparation. Z-contrast) .

plasma formation . script The course consists of: . Laser-Matter Interactions Module assigned to 3rd semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives 2288870370 3 2 english 1 semester winter term 30 students PD Dr. presentation (powerpoint) material.Laser.lectures (16 h) .to be able to select appropriate lasers and laser parameters for a given task . Alwin Kienle Master degree in Advanced Materials elective BSc degree . pressure confinement.physical background of generation of laser radiation . phase explosions . Lorentz. Mie. surface vaporisation .physical and technical properties of laser types .transport and focussing of laser radiation .modelling of reflection.demonstrations (2h) Syllabus: .to understand the various interaction mechanisms of laser radiation with materials .time scales of excitation and relaxation .mechanical side effects. Boltzman transport Monte Carlo .to be prepared to use lasers in practice . .melting.optical properties of dielectrics.to train presentation skills: lecture. and light distribution Fresnel.to understand the physics and techniques of lasers .exercises (class discussions of homework) (2h) .to gain a broad overlook concerning the variety of lasers and possible applications . Rayleigh. scattering.characterization of laser radiation . Alwin Kienle PD Dr.extended presentations (scientific level) (8 h) .setup of lasers . absorption.heating and heat transport. metals .special laser induced phase changes: confined boiling.theoretical description of light. spallation Module Contents 55 .short seminar presentations (textbook level) (4h) .photochemical effects . heat confinement . semi-conductors. shock waves.

M. Laser Institute of America. Band 3. 9. F. 1986 d) Laser material interactions .laser applications physics. de Gruyter. Bohren. and Applications (L). Sigrist: Laser Teubner. 1983 . Vol. biology. 1987 Laser.C. B. Kneubühl. M.F. 2003 b) Laser physics . D. Schaefer: Lehrbuch der Experimentalphysik.R. Huffmann: Absorption and Scattering of Light by Small Particles Wiley.F. Laser/Material-Interaction.laser applications in material processing .W.L.A. pp.W. 1175-1209 . Suerle: Laser Processing and Chemistry Springer. Lehninger: Prinzipien der Biochemie de Gruyter.F. No. and Applications (L).J. Optik. Ready.Bergmann.dependence of effects on laser parameters . Laser/Material-Interaction. precondition: successful participation in exercises Exam result MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability 56 . 2001 . 1 h/week Laser.Literature . Farson: LIA Handbook of Laser Materials Processing. 1992 . practical training (presence) 18 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 28 h solution of exercises.W. von Allmen: Laser-Beam Interactions with Materials Springer. McKenzie: Physics of thermal laser-tissue interaction Phys.dtv-Atlas zur Atomphysik dtv. Festkörper. Steen: Laser Material Processing Springer. 1997 .M.A. Hibst: Technik. 1 h/week 14 h lecture (presence) 14 h exercises. 1999 . 2000 . de Gruyter.modelling of laser ablation . and medicine Handouts: Reference texts: a) General .L.laser applications in material production .Handbook of Chemistry and Physics CRC. 1993 .Bergmann.R. 1980 c) Optical properties of matter and light propagation . 1987 . Wirkungsweise und medizinische Anwendung von Holmium-und Erbium-Lasern ecomed. Biol. 1990. D.. Schaefer: Lehrbuch der Experimentalphysik Band 6.K. 35. postprocessing 16 h exam preparation Total: 90 h examination of 120 min.D. Koechner: Solid-State Laser Engineering Springer. 1996 . Med.

Amorphous thin films 6.Micromagnetism .M. Academic Press.Magnetoelectronics . 2003 Thin Films (L) 2 h/week. Nanoelectronics and Information Technology. microstructure control . application .Mechanical relaxation effects 7.Sputtering 3. Critical assessment of property changes in thin films with respect to bulk materials. Materials Science of Thin Films.Grain growth. Dr.). Waser (ed.Lattice misfit and defects . Dr.Structural morphology .Thin Films Module assigned to 3rd semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 3 3 english 1 semester winter term 30 students Prof. 1.Magnetic structures in thin films 8. 2002 . Vacuum science and technology . Thin film growth techniques . Mechanical properties of thin films . Magnetic properties of thin films .Thermodynamics and kinetics of nucleation and growth 4. Film structure . (E) 1 h/week 28 h lecture (presence) 32 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 14 h exercises (presence) Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load 57 . Ohring.Mechanisms and characterization 5. Understand microstructure/property relationshipsin thin films.Kinetic gas theory.Vacuum pumps and measurement 2. Ulrich Herr Master degree in Advanced Materials elective BSc degree Understanding of thin film technology and processing techniques. Epitaxy . Ulrich Herr Prof.Internal stresses : origin and analysis .Evaporation . Applications .R. Wiley VCH. Substrate surface and nucleation . texture.Magnetic recording media .

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Robert Brunner Master degree in Advanced Materials elective BSc degree The shrinking of optical dimensions down to the micro.. laser. micro-mirror devices for projection displays. • refractive and diffractive microoptics • fabrication techniques: e. high performance systems in deep-UV lithography or in space science. e.and Nanostructured Optics Module assigned to 3rd semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives 1 2 english 1 semester winter term 30 students Dr.g. 1 h/week 14 h lecture (presence) 30 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 16 h exam preparation Total: 60 h written examination exam result MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Module Contents Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability 59 . up to sophisticated.interference lithography • replication processes • microoptical mechanical systems (MOEMS) • hybrid optics • nanostructured optics • moth-eye effect • near field optics Handouts Micro. The application spectrum ranges from consumer optics. e-beam-.Micro.and nanostructured Optics(L).and nanooptics and to develop and to expand an intuitive understanding of the application potentials in this field and the technological challenges. Robert Brunner Dr.and nanometer scale is opening new approaches to design and to realize optical devices and systems with divers and fascinating opportunities. Learned lessons from nature and also the introduction of new bottom-up structuring techniques is meanwhile shifting optical features sizes down to the nanometer range The goal of the course is to present a selection of topics of micro.g.

Between the Nanosciences and Nanotechnology is where experts in the Natural Sciences. Stefan Altmann Dr. With increasing speed.of Nanotechnology. Medicine and other fields join forces to jointly drive novel developments and create new solutions.and risks . a young and strongly interdisciplinary field of research. sometimes exaggerated but often simply too promising to pass by. the Material and Life Sciences are picking up on these novel developments and transferring them to daily applications. Nanotechnology is so promising because it is not simply scaled down microtechnology. The idea behind this lecture is to give you a broad overview of what is progressing in the field of nanoscale systems today.strongly linked to Nanoscience. it is – and probably will be so for some time to come . thus opening new markets with potentials. Stefan Altmann Master degree in Advanced Materials elective BSc degree Students will learn a broad overview of what is progressing in the field of nanoscale systems today Nanotechnology is expected by many to become one of the key technological developments in the 21st century. Consequently. technological and market potentials . I would like to analyze and discuss the scientific. Engineering.Module assigned to 3rd semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents Innovation Management for Nanotechnology From Science to Technology to Markets 3 3 english 1 semester winter term 30 students Dr. Content of course: · Introduction Definition and Relevancy Class Work: Nanoscience—fundamental new laws · Tools of Nanotechnology Chromatographies & Spectroscopies Microscopies & Nanomanipulation Case: From Tools to Technology · Nanoscience Nanochemistry & Nanophysics Nanobiology & Nanomedicine Case: from Nanoscience to Nanotechnology 60 .

Yasutsugu Takeda Springer. Springer. Danielmeyer. Profitieren Sie von der nächsten industriellen Revolution by Marco Beckmann. a. a.Aufbruch ins Reich der Zwerge by Klaus Jopp Gabler (2006) Springer Handbook of Nanotechnology by Bharat Bhushan. Assessment and Perspectives by Harald Brune.solutions needed Market Pull for Nanotech . A Handbook on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology by Victor E. Borisenko. report result of exam MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Examinations Grade Composition Usability 61 . Berlin (1999) Nano-Stocks. report 8 h excursion (BASF) Total: 90 h Presentation. Berlin (2006) Nanotechnology (L) 2 h/week 28 h lecture (presence) 16 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 8 h seminar (presence) 30 h seminar. presentation. Philip Lenz Börsenmedien (2004) Nanotechnology.where it comes from Future Opportunities Created by Nanoscience Existing and Growing Markets Class Work: Markets and Society · Nanofinance Financing Nanotechnology Portfolio Management for Nanotechnology · Nanocare Societal Concerns Real and Apparent Dangers Ensuring Sustainable Business Success · Nanovision Needs Drive Innovation Coming Technologies Markets of Tomorrow Meeting the Challenge of Sustainable Mobility. by Harry Geerlings Springer. Berlin (2006) What is what in Nanoworld. Berlin (1999) The Company of the Future by Hans G. Stefano Ossinici Wiley-VCH (2004) Nanotechnologie .o. u. Springer.Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load · Nanoprojects Translating Science into Technology Project Management for Nanotechnology Class-Work: Bringing Your Work to Market · Nanotechnology as Enabler for Industries Transportation & Construction Optics & Electronics Pharma & Medicine Case: from Nanotechnology to Nanomarkets · Nanomarkets Technology Push from Nanotech .

4 The excluded volume problem 5.6 Superabsorbing properties of polyelectrolyte gels 62 . Igor Potemkin.1 Main properties of entangled polymer fluids 4. Alexei Khokhlov Dr. Alexei Khokhlov Master degree in Advanced Materials elective BSc degree The course is called to show the basic physical properties of various polymeric systems 1 Introduction to Polymer Physics 2 Flexibility of a polymer chain.2 Lattice model 5.5 Persistent length of a polymer chain 2.6 Gel permeation chromatography 5 Swelling and Collapse of Single Polymer Molecules and Gels 5. Igor Potemkin.5 Swelling of polymer gels 5.1 The property of high elastisity 3.3 Elasticity of a polymer network (rubber) 4 Viscoelasticity of Entangled Polymer Fluids 4.2 Elasticity of a Single Ideal Chains 3. Prof.6 Stiff and flexible chains 2.2 Simplified polymer chain models for the consideration of polymer chains with interacting monomer units 5.Theory in Materials Science Module assigned to 3rd semester Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents 2 1 english 1 semester winter term 30 students Dr.1 Basic physical effects 5.3 Ideal Polymer Chain 2.3 The property of viscoelasticity 4.8 Radius of gyration of ideal chain 2.1 Model of beads on a Gaussian filament 5.7 Polymer volume fraction inside ideal coil 2.2 Portrait of a polymer coil 2.4 Kuhn segment length of a polymer chain 2.3 Concept of θ -temperature 5.9 Gaussian distribution for the end-to-end vector for ideal chain 3 High Elasticity of Polymer Networks 3.5 The method of gel-electrophoresis in application to DNA molecules 4.2 Viscosity of fluids 4.2. Prof. Flexibility mechanisms 2.2. Dr. Dr.1 Flexibility mechanisms 2.4 Theory of reptations 4.

3 Polymer coil dimensions in semidilute solutions: example of scaling arguments 6.4.8 Collapse of polyelectrolyte gels 6 Concentrated polymer solutions 6. New York.4 Basic properties of polyelectrolytes A.3 Phase diagram for polymer solutions 7 Other polymer systems 7. Grosberg. 1994 Theory in Materials Science.7 Coil-Globule Transition.2 Microphase separation in block-copolymers 7.1 Polymer mixtures 7. Khokhlov.5. AIP Press.4.Yu. A.4. 5.2 Screening of excluded volume in semidilute and concentrated polymer solutions 6.1 Free energy of polymer solution in the Flory-Huggins theory 6. Statistical Physics of Macromolecules.3 Liquid-crystalline ordering in polymer solutions 7. (L) 1 h/week 14 h lecture (presence) 30 h preparation and postprocessing lecture 16 h exam preparation Total: 60 h Written exam result of exam MSc course of studies Advanced Materials Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability 63 .2 Conditions for macroscopic phase separation 6.1 Possible concentration regimes of polymer solution 6.R.4 Behavior of polymer solutions in poor solvent 6.

o Vector operations gradient. linear equations. • Vector analysis in two and three spatial dimensions. Stokes and Green. • Matrices.Preparatory course Mathematical Methods in Physics Precourse Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives 0 0 english 14 days winter term 60 students Dr. o Integral theorems of Gauss. and • a review of further mathematical methods. The methods will be developed and applied to solve selected problems arising in a physical sciences context. Peter Eckle Dr. A repertory of mathematical methods ranging from the indispensable basic mathematical tools for any physical science to a number of more advanced and specialized methods will be presented The topics selected according to student’s needs include: • Review and some advanced tricks of the trade of the elementary methods from arithmetic. • Complex numbers. The course objectives. • Scalars. especially. • Linear vector spaces as the unifying theme of much of the above. complex arithmetic and elementary complex functions. and. vectors (especially vector algebra) and introduction to tensors. especially eigenvalue equations. building on the assumed prerequisites as outlined above. determinants. algebra and elementary calculus with an emphasis on self-study materials to test and refresh these elementary methods. • Elementary methods of solution for ordinary and partial differential equations. as the foundation of Quantum Mechanics. • Calculus (differentiation and integration) of functions of many variables. • Fourier methods – Fourier series and Fourier integrals. divergence and curl. 64 Module Contents . Peter Eckle Master degree in Advanced Materials Master degree in Energy Science and Technology elective BSc degree The course aims to introduce students to the mathematical techniques which they require to study a wide range of topics in the Advanced Materials Science course programme. are twofold: • a thorough foundation covering the most common and basic tools of advanced mathematical methods.

Condensed Matter Further topics may include. There’s no end of course web sites providing lots of lecture notes.maths.g.lse. Statistical Mechanics. available.. and • a review of further mathematical methods.Selected applications.mth.: o Optics. Laurent series • Calculus of variations • Integral equations • Probability and elementary statistical methods • Group and group representation theory Education Aims: The course aims to introduce students to the mathematical techniques which they require to study a wide range of topics in the Advanced Materials Science course programme.pdf. at the London School of Economics mathematics department’s web site: http://www. The course objectives. Much helpful material to test and refresh your mathematical skills is available on the World Wide Web. building on the assumed prerequisites as outlined above.lse. • Try their ‘Background You Should Know and Exercises’ set first: http://www.maths. Learning Outcomes: On completion of the course. 2nd edition 2003. • Literature 65 .au/~wchen/ln. g.: • Thomas B Ward’s lecture notes on elementary mathematical methods at http://www. they should then also be able to acquire independently more details of further methods as required to solve more involved applied problems. e. e.maths. if time permits: • Complex analysis o Contour integration and the residue theorem.uk/Refreshers/.edu.ac.ac.mq.ac. In preparation for this course to test and refresh knowledge of the topics mentioned in the prerequisites above.uk/Courses/MA100/mmbackex.pdf. • W Chen’s and XT Duong’s lecture notes on ‘Elementary Mathematics’ at (containing also several other interesting sets of lecture notes): http://www. problem sets and sometimes even solutions. from. the following book ( or similar) may be consulted: • Jenny Olive: Maths – A student’s survival guide: A self-help workbook for science and engineering students. e. Cambridge University Press.html.uea. • Having gained confidence with the basic methods. differential equations and linear algebra to enable them to solve the applied problems encountered in subsequent courses of the Advanced Materials Science programme. • ‘The algebra refresher’ and ‘The calculus refresher’. emphasising the mathematical aspects.uk/~h720/lecturenotes/OB81lectures. are twofold: • a thorough foundation covering the most common and basic tools of advanced mathematical methods. Cambridge. students should: • have acquired a set of basic mathematical tools from (vector) analysis. Quantum Mechanics. g.

‘Vector Calculus’ and ‘Mathematical Methods' will also overlap with this course.html. physicists. New York and London. Plenum Press..Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability The material of this course is covered in lots of other books. g.abdn.edu/~nearing/mathmethods/. tools. and engineers or similar. This is not meant to be a rigorous analysis course. mathematically. e. this module description). engineering. lecture 40h 40 h seminar and lecture (presence) 20 h preparation and postprocessing lecture Total: 60 h none none MSc course of studies Advanced Materials 66 .miami. available at http://www.uk/courses/mx3526/main. available at http://www. techniques for physics. A reference which you may find useful is: • Ramamurti Shankar: Basic Training in Mathematics: A fitness program for science students. so avoid differential equations books that are clearly directed towards numerical solutions.maths.ac. try to avoid books that are too sophisticated. scientists. Almost anything with a title like ‘Advanced Calculus’. It isn't meant to be a computing course either. 1995 Much useful material for this course is available on the World Wide Web for free (try a search engine using search words gleaned from.physics. science. which are useful along our purposes. usually contain combinations of subsets of the following words in their titles: mathematical methods. If browsing. Very useful for parts of the course is the course material of • MX3526 Mathematical Methods by JR Pulham at the University of Aberdeen. Seminar. Texts. Very useful for the purposes of this course is. for instance: • James Nearing: ‘Mathematical tools for physics’.

g.g. Peter Eckle Master degree in Advanced Materials Master degree in Energy Science and Technology elective BSc degree Communication is an important part in the study and practice of science.Scientific Communication Skills – The Craft of Scientific Writing Precourse Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives 0 0 english 10 h winter term 60 students Dr. This course is an introduction to a major scientific communication skill: the craft of scientific writing with a special focus on the writing of a Master thesis in a scientific discipline. precision and clarity o illustration ● e. tables and figures Michael Alley: The Craft of Scientific Writing. Other communication skills include the preparation and presentation of scientific results in various settings.g. 3rd edition (Springer. the core of the course offers practical advice and interactive training on the questions of ● constraints o e. and will be more briefly addressed. (Springer. The students will be alerted to the ● necessity and unavoidability of scientific communication and writing and provided with the ● requisite tools to analyse (“reading”) and compose (“writing”) scientific texts On completion of the course. 2003) Workshop 10h Module Contents Literature Teaching 67 . Peter Eckle Dr. audience and format of a scientific document or presentation ● style o structure ● the function of the various parts in a scientific document or presentation o language ● e. students will: ● be able to understand and correctly compose the structural parts of a scientific text ● be aware and able to avoid common errors in the preparation of scientific texts. 1996) Michael Alley: The Craft of Scientific Presentations. ranging from grammar errors to logical inconsistencies After a general introduction to various aspects of scientific communication.

Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability Workshop (10h) Discussion of case studies Interactive exercises 10 h presence 10 h preparation and postprocessing Total: 20 h none none MSc course of studies Advanced Materials 68 .

Frauke Nowak-Arendt Master degree in Advanced Materials Master degree in Energy Science and Technology elective BSc degree First introduction into German language. Kathrin Husemann Dr. to understand people in daily life Words.German Intensive Course Precourse Identification Code ECTS-Points Credit Hours Language Length of the Module Date and Capacity Responsible Lecturer Further Lecturer Study Programme Prerequisites Study Objectives Module Contents Literature Teaching Methods Estimation of working load Examinations Grade Composition Usability 0 0 english 14 days winter term 60 students Dr. phrases Workshop 10h 30 h presence 15 h preparation and postprocessing Total: 45 h none none MSc course of studies Advanced Materials 69 . Kathrin Husemann (responsible). numbers. Sabine Hagen / Annemarie Firme.

Aufgrund von §§ 19 Abs.und Modul(teil-)prüfungen § 16 Fachliche Zulassungsvoraussetzungen zur Abschnittsprüfung und Masterarbeit § 17 Inkrafttreten Vorbemerkung zum Sprachgebrauch Nach Artikel 3 Abs. .. Zulassung zu Modul. 9 i. akademische Grade § 3 Studienbeginn § 4 Regelstudienzeit. Der Präsident der Universität Ulm hat am ……………. gemäß § 34 Abs. m. alle maskulinen Personenund Funktionsbezeichnungen in dieser Ordnung gelten für Frauen und Männer in gleicher Weise.Fachspezifische Studien.und Masterstudium an der Universität Ulm (Rahmenordnung).und Prüfungsordnung enthält spezifische Regelungen für den Masterstudiengang „Advanced Materials“. Ingenieurwissenschaften und Informatik sowie Medizin in seiner Sitzung am …………….und Prüfungsordnung ergänzt die Allgemeinen Bestimmungen zu Studien. Im Zweifel hat diese Rahmenordnung Vorrang. Masterprüfung § 15 Studieninhalte. Ingenieurwissenschaften und Informatik sowie Medizin der Universität Ulm vom ………….und Prüfungs-ordnung beschlossen. V. 2 des Grundgesetzes sind Frauen und Männer gleichberechtigt. Die Fachspezifische Studien. Leistungspunkte § 5 Zusatzmodule § 6 Fristen § 7 Lehrveranstaltungen.und Prüfungsordnung für den englischsprachigen Masterstudiengang „Advanced Materials“ der Fakultäten für Naturwissenschaften. die nachstehende Studien. 34 Landeshochschulgesetz (LHG) hat der Senat der Universität Ulm auf Vorschlag der Fakultäten für Naturwissenschaften. Allgemeine Bestimmungen § 1 Geltungsbereich § 2 Ziele des Studiums. Inhaltsübersicht Vorbemerkung zum Sprachgebrauch I. Allgemeine Bestimmungen §1 (1) (2) Geltungsbereich Die vorliegende Fachspezifische Studien. 1 Satz 2 Nr.und Prüfungsordnungen für das Bachelor. Prüfungsleistungen § 8 Lehrveranstaltungen und Prüfungen in Englisch § 9 Fachprüfungsausschuss § 10 Organisation von Modulprüfungen § 11 Verwandte Studiengänge § 12 Regelungen zum Modul Masterarbeit (Masterarbeit und Disputation) § 13 Bewertung von Modulprüfungen § 14 Wiederholung von Modulprüfungen II. I. 1 Satz 3 LHG seine Zustimmung erteilt.

“) angeboten. Studienbeginn (§ 3 Rahmenordnung) Das Studium im Masterstudiengang „Advanced Materials“ beginnt im Wintersemester. entwickelnden Industrie qualifiziert. Ausbildungsziel ist der Erwerb von Wissen und Fähigkeiten. Im Bereich der Biomaterialien kommen interdisziplinäre Ansätze aus Medizin und Biologie hinzu. Prüfungsleistungen sind schriftliche und mündliche Prüfungen. Forschungsinstituten und der forschenden bzw. Entwicklung und Anwendung auf dem Gebiet der Naturwissenschaften. An der Universität Ulm wird der nichtkonsekutive Masterstudiengang „Advanced Materials“ mit dem Abschluss „Master of Science“ (abgekürzt „M. wenn die nach Satz 2 vorgegebenen Leistungspunkte nicht in dem nach Satz 2 vorgegebenen Zeitraum erreicht worden sind. (2) §3 §4 Regelstudienzeit (§ 5 Rahmenordnung) Die Regelstudienzeit des Masterstudiums beträgt vier Semester. die den Studienabsolventen für Tätigkeiten im Bereich von Forschung. §7 Lehrveranstaltungen. 2 . Das Masterstudium sieht die beiden Fachrichtungen Nanomaterials und Biomaterials vor. Der Prüfungsanspruch erlischt.und Wahlpflichtmodulen im Umfang von mindestens 90 LP erbracht haben. Auf Antrag des Studierenden werden höchstens zwei Zusatzmodule in das Zeugnis aufgenommen. der Studierende hat die Nichterreichung der vorgegebenen Leistungspunkte in der vorgegebenen Zeit nicht zu vertreten. Bei der Anmeldung zur ersten Prüfung im Masterstudiengang legt der Studierende seine Entscheidung für eine bestimmte Fachrichtung fest. 9 Rahmenordnung) Bis zum Ende des Prüfungszeitraums des vierten Fachsemesters im Masterstudiengang „Advanced Materials“ soll der Studierende Modul(teil-)prüfungen gemäß § 14 zu Pflicht. es sei denn. der Ingenieurwissenschaften und der Biomaterialien insbesondere an Universitäten.§2 (1) Ziele des Studiums. Prüfungsleistungen Ziele und Inhalte des Studiums werden in folgenden Lehrveranstaltungen vermittelt: − − − − − − − Vorlesungen Übungen Tutorien Praktika Projekte Seminare Exkursionen. Ein Modul wird als Zusatzmodul gewertet. 8 Rahmenordnung) Aus dem Angebot der Masterstudiengänge der Universität Ulm können Module von Studierenden auch als Zusatzmodule gewählt werden. wenn der Studierende dies bei der Anmeldung zur Modulprüfung ausdrücklich und unwiderruflich erklärt. Bis zum Ende des Prüfungszeitraums des sechsten Fachsemesters muss der Studierende Modul(teil-)prüfungen gemäß § 14 zu Pflicht und Wahlfplichtmodulen im Umfang von mindestens 120 LP erbracht haben. §6 Fristen (§ 6 Abs. naturwissenschaftliche und materialwissenschaftliche Fragestellungen selbstständig mit den Methoden der Naturwissenschaften und der Ingenieurwissenschaften zu lösen.Sc. Er soll Studienabsolventen dazu befähigen. akademische Grade (§ 2 Rahmenordnung) Der Masterstudiengang „Advanced Materials“ ist ein forschungsorientierter Studiengang. §5 Zusatzmodule (§ 5 Abs.

Die Bearbeitungszeit der Masterarbeit beträgt sechs Monate. Wenn eine Masterarbeit gemäß § 16c Abs. 5 Rahmenordnung extern durchgeführt wird. 1 Rahmenordnung im Masterstudium in jedem Semester in der Regel in den der Vorlesungszeit folgenden drei Wochen. Der Fachprüfungsausschuss entscheidet über nicht in Satz 1 aufgeführte Studiengänge. 3 . § 13 Bewertung von Modulprüfungen (§ 17 Rahmenordnung) (1) (2) Die endnotenrelevanten Module für die Gesamtnote der Masterprüfung sind die in § 14 genannten Modul(teil-)prüfungen und das Modul „Masterarbeit“. §9 (1) (2) Fachprüfungsausschuss (§ 10 Rahmenordnung) Es wird ein Fachprüfungsausschuss für den Masterstudiengang „Advanced Materials“ gebildet. verliert er den Prüfungsanspruch. es sei denn. 3 Rahmenordnung. Der Kandidat kann für das Thema der Masterarbeit Vorschläge machen. für die hauptberuflich an der Universität Ulm beschäftigten habilitierten Mitglieder und für den wissenschaftlichen Mitarbeiter drei Jahre. er hat die Fristüberschreitung nicht zu vertreten. (2) (3) Die Masterarbeit ist insgesamt dreifach in gebundener Form beim Studiensekretariat einzureichen. § 14 Wiederholung von Modulprüfungen (§ 20 Rahmenordnung) Höchstens 4 nicht bestandene Modul(teil-)prüfungen können jeweils zweimal nach erfolgloser Teilnahme und nur innerhalb des auf den erfolglosen Versuch folgenden Studienjahres wiederholt werden. für studentische Mitglieder ein Jahr. § 10 Organisation von Modulprüfungen (§ 13 Rahmenordnung) Schriftliche Modulprüfungen finden abweichend von der Empfehlung in § 13 Abs. Die Amtszeit beträgt für die Hochschullehrer. § 12 Regelungen zum Modul Masterarbeit (§ 16c Rahmenordnung) (1) Die Masterarbeit hat ein Volumen von 30 LP. Der Fachprüfungsausschuss besteht aus 7 Mitgliedern. muss dies durch einen Betreuungsplan nachgewiesen werden. Eine Verlängerung von maximal drei Monaten ist nach Genehmigung durch den Prüfungsausschuss möglich. § 11 Verwandte Studiengänge (§ 14 Rahmenordnung) Verwandte Fächer gemäß § 14 Rahmenordnung sind insbesondere die Studiengänge Physik und Chemie. die Wiederholungsprüfungen in den ersten zwei Wochen nach Vorlesungsbeginn des darauf folgenden Semesters statt. Die Gesamtnote der Masterprüfung errechnet sich gemäß § 17 Abs. einem wissenschaftlichen Mitarbeiter aus einer der am Studiengang beteiligten Fakultäten sowie zwei Studierenden mit beratender Stimme zusammen. Eine Wiederbestellung ist möglich. von denen je einer aus der Fakultät für Ingenieurwissenschaften und Informatik und der Fakultät für Medizin und zwei aus der Fakultät für Naturwissenschaften stammen. Dabei gehen die Noten der Modul(teil-)prüfungen des Moduls Materials Science und der Masterarbeit mit doppeltem Gewicht ein. Die Studierenden sollen aus unterschiedlichen Semestern des Masterstudiengangs „Advanced Materials“ kommen. Legt ein Studierender eine Modul(teil-)prüfung zum in Satz 1 festgesetzten Termin nicht ab.und Prüfungssprache ist englisch.§8 Lehrveranstaltungen und Prüfungen in Englisch (§ 7 Rahmenordnung) Die Lehr. Er setzt sich aus vier hauptberuflichen Hochschullehrern und hauptberuflich an der Universität Ulm beschäftigten habilitierten Mitgliedern.

S Thesis Art der Prüfungs1 leistung* sc oder m sc oder m sc oder m Protokoll Protokoll sc oder m sc oder m sc oder m sc oder m sc oder m Protokoll sc oder m sc oder m sc oder m sc oder m sc sc oder m Semester 1 2 2 2 3 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 3 3 3 1-3 1-3 Endnotenrelvant ja ja ja nein nein ja ja nein ja ja nein ja ja ja ja nein Ja Nr. Modul ECTS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Materials Science I Materials Science II Computation in Materials Science Material Science Lab I Material Science Lab II Physical Chemistry Synthesis of Organic and Inorganic Materials General Chemistry Introductory Solid State Physics Advanced Physics of Materials Physics Lab Introductory Engineering Micro. S V. S P.and Nanotechnology Functional Properties of Nanomaterials Principles of Structure Formation in Nanomaterials Additive Schlüsselqualifikationen (ASQ) Elective Courses 5 5 4 5 5 4 4 2 5 4 4 5 4 3 5 8 mindestens 18 30 18 Masterarbeit sc 3 ja 4 . S V. S V. S V. S V. S P P V. S V. S P V. Folgende Module sind zu absolvieren: a) Fachrichtung Nanomaterials Art der LV* V. S V. S V. Zulassung zu Modulprüfungen (1) (2) Jedes Modul wird mit einer oder mehreren Modul(teil-)prüfungen abgeschlossen. S V.§ 15 Studieninhalte. S V.

November 2002. deren Muttersprache Deutsch ist sowie Bildungsinländer haben Prüfungsleistungen im Rahmen des Moduls „ASQ“ aus dem Angebot des Sprachenzentrums oder des HumboldtStudienzentrums zu erbringen. S V. S V. Sie wird in den Amtlichen Bekanntmachungen der Universität Ulm veröffentlicht. S V.2004. S P P V.b) Fachrichtung Biomaterials Nr.12.und Prüfungsordnung tritt zum Wintersemester 2007/08 in Kraft.und Prüfungsordnung der Universität Ulm für den Master-Studiengang „Advanced Materials“ der Fakultäten Naturwissenschaften. Schlussbestimmungen § 17 Inkrafttreten Die Studien. Ingenieurwissenschaften und Medizin vom 15. S Ex P. S V. S Thesis Art der Prüfungs1 leistung* sc oder m sc oder m sc oder m Protokoll Protokoll sc oder m sc oder m sc oder m sc oder m Protokoll sc oder m sc oder m sc oder m sc oder m sc oder m sc oder m sc oder m Teilnahme sc sc oder m Semester 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 1-3 1-3 nein nein Ja Endnotenrelvant ja ja ja nein nein ja ja nein ja nein ja ja ja ja ja ja ja 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Materials Science I Materials Science II Computation in Materials Science Material Science Lab I Material Science Lab II Physical Chemistry Synthesis of Organic and Inorganic Materials General Chemistry Introductory Solid State Physics Physics Lab Introductory Biology and Cell Biology Biological Tissues Classes of Biomaterials Applications of Biomaterials Degradation of Biomaterials Testing of Biomaterials Host Reactions to Biomaterials Production of Biomaterials Additive Schlüsselqualifikationen (ASQ) Elective Courses 5 5 4 5 5 4 4 2 5 4 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 8 mindestens 20 30 21 Masterarbeit sc 3 ja (3) Studierende. S V. S V. haben im Modul „ASQ“ die Prüfungsleistungen „German language I – III“ im Volumen von insgesamt 8 LP zu erbringen. veröffentlicht in 5 . die nicht unter Satz 1 fallen. S V. Ingenieurwissenschaften und Medizin vom 17. § 16 Fachliche Zulassungsvoraussetzungen zur Masterarbeit Zur Masterarbeit kann nur zugelassen werden.und Prüfungsordnung der Universität Ulm für den Masterstudiengang „Advanced Materials“ der Fakultäten für Naturwissenschaften. S P V V. Studierende. 19 vom 04. In Ausnahmefällen entscheidet der Prüfungsausschuss über die zu erbringenden Leistungen. Die Studien.2002 sowie die erste Satzung zur Änderung der Studien. veröffentlicht in den Amtlichen Bekanntmachungen der Universität Ulm. S V. S V. S V. wer mindestens 83 LP aus Modulen im Rahmen des Masterstudiums erworben hat II. Nr. S V.08. Modul ECTS Art der LV* V.

den Amtlichen Bekanntmachungen der Universität Ulm. -J. den Prof. Ebeling Präsident 6 . Ulm.08.2004 treten außer Kraft. Studierende. beenden ihr Studium nach der Prüfungsordnung aus dem Jahr 2002. 13 vom 25. Nr. die sich im Wintersemester 2007/08 in einem höheren als dem ersten Fachsemester befanden. Dr. K.

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/ Biomaterials 3 CP German Language III 30 CP 2 CP 2 CP 2 CP 2 CP 13 CP 2 CP Master Thesis 28 CP 30 CP 30 CP . Materials Introductory Solid State Physics Lab Intermediate Physics Introductory Biology and Cell Biology Biology Biomaterials Elective Courses ASQ Master Thesis German Language I 2 CP Host Reactions of Biomaterials 2 CP Degradation of Biomaterials 2 CP Testing of Biomaterials Production of Biomaterials 7 CP Elective Courses in Nano. & Inorg./ Nanomaterials 3 CP German Language II 32 CP 3rd semester 5 CP Lab Materials Science II 4 CP 5 CP 5 CP 4th semester Chemistry Physics Physical Chemistry General Chemistry Synthesis of Org.ADVANCED MATERIALS Curriculum Biomaterials 1st semester Materials Science Materials Science I 2nd semester 5 CP Materials Science II Computational Methods in Materials Science Lab Materials Science I 4 CP 2 CP 4 CP 5 CP 4 CP 5 CP Biological Tissues Classes of Biomaterials Applications of Biomaterials Elective Courses in Bio.

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