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M.Sc.

Program Information Technology

Faculty for Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
Universität Stuttgart Pfaffenwaldring 47 70569 Stuttgart, Germany Tel.:+49.711.685-67820 Fax:+49.711.685-67821 e-mail:manfred.wizgall@f05.uni-stutgart.de http://www.infotech.uni-stuttgart.de Program Coordinator and Study Dean Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr.h.c. mult. P.J.Kühn Chairperson Examination Commission Prof. Dr-Ing. M. Radetzki Course Director Dr.-Ing. M. Wizgall

Module Handbook Version 11.1

Master Programm INFOTECH – Prüfungsordnung ’09

Print Date: Tuesday, April 19, 2011

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Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook

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Table of Contents ........................................................................................................................... 2 Basic Modules - Grundlagenfächer .............................................................................................. 4
Master Thesis Project - INFOTECH............................................................................................................................................ 5 Computer Science ........................................................................................................................................................................ 6 Operating Systems ..................................................................................................................................................................... 6 Concepts of Modern Programming Languages .......................................................................................................................... 7 Computer Architecture and Organization.................................................................................................................................... 9 Data Structures and Algorithms ................................................................................................................................................ 10 Electronics and Communication ............................................................................................................................................... 11 System and Signal Theory........................................................................................................................................................ 11 Radio Frequency Technology: Introduction .............................................................................................................................. 12 Electronic Circuits ..................................................................................................................................................................... 13 Communications ....................................................................................................................................................................... 14

Core Modules – Vertiefungsfächer ............................................................................................. 15
Advanced CMOS Devices and Technology .............................................................................................................................. 16 Advanced Information Management ......................................................................................................................................... 17 Advanced Processor Architecture (APA) .................................................................................................................................. 18 Antennas .................................................................................................................................................................................. 19 Communication Networks I ....................................................................................................................................................... 20 Communication Networks II ...................................................................................................................................................... 21 Communications III ................................................................................................................................................................... 23 Computer Interface Technology ............................................................................................................................................... 24 Design and Test of Systems on a Chip (SOC) ......................................................................................................................... 25 Digital System Design............................................................................................................................................................... 27 Distributed Systems .................................................................................................................................................................. 28 Embedded Systems Engineering.............................................................................................................................................. 29 Flat Panel Displays ................................................................................................................................................................... 30 Hardware Verification and Quality Assessment ........................................................................................................................ 31 Hardware/Software Co-Design ................................................................................................................................................. 32 Hardware-Based Fault-Tolerance ............................................................................................................................................. 33 Human-Computer Interaction ................................................................................................................................................... 34 Image Understanding ............................................................................................................................................................... 35 Imaging Science ....................................................................................................................................................................... 36 Industrial Automation Systems ................................................................................................................................................. 37 Intelligent Sensors and Actors .................................................................................................................................................. 38 IT Service Management............................................................................................................................................................ 39 Modeling, Simulation, and Specification ................................................................................................................................... 40 Networks and Processes .......................................................................................................................................................... 41 Optical Signal Processing ......................................................................................................................................................... 42 Optoelectronic Devices and Circuits I ....................................................................................................................................... 44 Optoelectronic Devices and Circuits II ...................................................................................................................................... 45 Physical Design of Integrated Circuits ...................................................................................................................................... 46 Radio Frequency Technology ................................................................................................................................................... 47 Real-time Programming ............................................................................................................................................................ 48 Semiconductor Technology I .................................................................................................................................................... 50 Software Engineering for Real-Time Systems .......................................................................................................................... 51 Solid State Electronics .............................................................................................................................................................. 52 Statistical and Adaptive Signal Processing ............................................................................................................................... 53 Visualization ............................................................................................................................................................................. 54 Web Technologies .................................................................................................................................................................... 56

Supplementary Modules – Spezialisierungsfächer (Fachspezifische Ergänzungsfächer,Wahlfächer 1 und 2) - SM12 ........................................................................ 57
Data Compression .................................................................................................................................................................... 58 Detection and Pattern Recognition ........................................................................................................................................... 59 Error Control Coding and Encryption ........................................................................................................................................ 60 Integrated Smart Micro Systems (ISMS) .................................................................................................................................. 61 Messaging ................................................................................................................................................................................ 62 Net-based Applications and E-Commerce ................................................................................................................................ 63 Parallel Systems ....................................................................................................................................................................... 64 Performance Modeling and Simulation ..................................................................................................................................... 65 Space-Time Wireless Communications .................................................................................................................................... 67 Workflow Management ............................................................................................................................................................. 68

Supplementary Modules – Spezialisierungsfächer (Fachspezifische ErgänzungsfächerWahlfach 3) - SM3 ........................................................................................................................ 69
Automotive Electronics – Semiconductor Applications in Traffic Engineering .......................................................................... 70 Basics of Radio Frequency Technology ................................................................................................................................... 71

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Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Hardware Description Languages............................................................................................................................................. 72 High Frequency Methods in Diffraction Theory......................................................................................................................... 73 Microcontroller Programming.................................................................................................................................................... 74 Mobile Network Architecture Evolution ..................................................................................................................................... 75 Network Security....................................................................................................................................................................... 77 Reliable Distributed Programming ............................................................................................................................................ 78 Semiconductor Technology II - Epitaxy .................................................................................................................................... 79

Supplementary Modules – Spezialisierungsfächer (Fachspezifische Ergänzungsfächer, Fachpraktikum) - Lab ................................................................................................................... 80
Embedded Systems Lab........................................................................................................................................................... 82 Lab Course Computer Architectures and Communication Networks II ..................................................................................... 83 Lab Course Computer Board Design ........................................................................................................................................ 84 Lab Course High Performance Programming with Graphics Cards .......................................................................................... 85 Lab Course Optical Communication ......................................................................................................................................... 86 Lab Course Radio Frequency ................................................................................................................................................... 87 Lab Course Statistical Signal Processing ................................................................................................................................. 88

Supplementary Modules – Spezialisierungsfächer (Fachspezifische Ergänzungsfächer, Seminar) - Sem ............................................................................................................................. 89
Seminar INFOTECH ................................................................................................................................................................. 90

Supplementary Modules – Spezialisierungsfächer (überfachliche Schlüsselqualifikation) – NTM ............................................................................................................................................... 91
Information and Contract Law................................................................................................................................................... 92 Technology & Innovation Management .................................................................................................................................... 94

Master Thesis Project - Masterarbeit ......................................................................................... 96
Master Thesis Project - Generic ............................................................................................................................................... 97

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Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. 1 Date: 10. Studiendekan Institut für Komunikationsnetze und Rechnersysteme 0711/ 685-68027 paul.-Ing.2009 Each Semester English Prof.A.INFOTECH 30 N.A.A.j. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Master Thesis Project . Paul J. Page 5 of 97 . N.A.A.. Retrieved Literature. Information Technology. documentation. To: N. presentation and defeuse --- 12 Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . results. Development Tools N. 4th Semester 90 CP. 900 hours --Assessment of performance. From: N. Industrial Internship Students are able • to study scientific problems responsibly on state-of-the-art methods • to represent results of a scientific study in a report (thesis) to present the results in a colloquium (defeuse) • to become acquitted with the problem by literature research and retrieval and to develop a work plan • performing the studies including implementation and verification • analyzing the results and their assessment • documentation of the results in a scientific report (Master Thesis) • presentation of the thesis in a colloquium (defeuse) Lecture Notes.02.A. Kühn..de See Study and Examination Regulation INFOTECH M.kuehn@ikr.uni-stuttgart.Sc. Dr. Zusatzinformationen (optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module N.

7) and Marked Exercises with oral presentation (Weight 0.2009 Operating Systems 051200162 4. • System structures and organization. Basic Modules. Kurt Rothermel IPVS/VS Telefon: 7816-434 E-Mail: Kurt.Rothermel@ipvs. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop Presentation von: nach: Page 6 of 97 . Winter Term English Prof. • Security and Protection • Stallings: Operating Systems Prentice Hall International (2004) • Silberschatz. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application/Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets DATE: 10.02.5 60 min.25Hours Sum: 135. • Virtual and Physical Memory Management. 2. • Process Management and Interprocess communication.5 3. • Process Scheduling.0 1 Every second semester. Gagne: Operating System Concepts Wiley & Sons (2005) • Tanenbaum: Modern Operating Systems.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Computer Science Sub Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Winter Term Exercises for “Distributed Systems”. twice per year Lab Course Distributed Systems st 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for ..0 SWS. 1.0 SWS. Winter Term Presence Time: 33.uni-stuttgart.00 Hours none Written Examination (Weight 0.3) Weight 0. Dr. • Synchronization and Deadlocks. Prentice Hall International (2005) Lecture “Operating Systems“. 1 semester None This module enables the student to understand the concepts and principles of modern operating systems..de Dr.75 Hours Self Study: 102.Boris Koldehofe Master INFOTECH. The accompanying exercises enable the student to apply the methods in practical application cases. Galvin.

75 Hours 102. class and interface properties • Monomorphic and polymorphic variables and routines • Dynamic typing and static enforcement of dynamic typing constraints • Other core concepts of object-oriented programming The course contents and level may be adjusted annually in accordance with the average pre-existing qualifications of the students. Erhard Plödereder DATE: 10. Erhard Plödereder ISTE/PS 0711-7816-322 ploedere@informatik. Among others the following concepts are covered: Visibility and name binding • Stack and heap regimes for memory management • Rich type models • Strong type enforcement systems • Inheritance of type.uni-stuttgart. – Pearson / Addison-Wesley. Winter term English Prof. some exposure to and initial experience in programming from any source is highly advisable to be able to understand and correlate the contents of this course. Dr. The course presents concepts shared by many of the most-used programming languages today and illustrates these concepts in the syntax of several languages. Ada. C++. However.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Sub Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. 1 semester There are no prerequisite courses within the Master program. 8th ed. 2008 • Language reference manuals. Dr. notably Java.0 1 Every second semester.de Prof. Basic Modules. They will know about the security and safety issues of these constructs as well as some of the performance issues relating to the use of certain concepts. The course is not a programming course. Robert W.5 3. Students will have acquired an understanding of the major concepts that underlie the prevalent (object-oriented) programming languages of today. it is assumed that some introductory programming course has been successfully passed as part of a Bachelor program. They are enabled to build their understanding of a new language on these concepts rather than on unreliable case experience.00 Hours st 11 Prerequisites 12 Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Page 7 of 97 .0 SWS) new lab class: Concepts of Modern Programming Languages (1.02.2009 Concepts of Modern Programming Languages Master INFOTECH.: Concepts of programming languages. Background reading: • Sebesta.0 SWS) Attendance: Self Study: Sum: None 33. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application/Allocation to Curriculum 051510201 4.25 Hours 135. Students are thus enabled to make informed technical decisions about when and when not to apply particular concepts or paradigms. international standards where in existence • Qualified introductory text books to programming in the respective programming languages (students’ choice) • Lecture Notes (annually revised) new lecture: Concepts of Modern Programming Languages (2.

b. t.d. Laptop presentation. human voice. twice a year Guidelines should stipulate that this course cannot be taken for credit by Bachelors of Computer Science or similar study programs. chalk on blackboard Concepts of Modern Programming Languages. auxiliary media.5. whose Bachelor program included a course on programming language concepts.. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Page 8 of 97 . 60 minutes. 051510201 from: Faculty 5 to: International partners.. It can be taken as part of a Bachelor program in Computer Science.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook 17b 18 Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . provided suitable safeguards against duplication at the home university of the student are in place. Written Examination Weight 0.

02.25 Hours Sum: 135. Inc´ • Stallings. Simon).5 3. Prentice Hall International. Basic Modules.. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers. Additional Information (Optional) Understanding Basic Concepts of Computer Architectures and Organization.de Prof. John L. David A.uni-stuttgart. Parallel Computer Architectures • Introduction • Instruction Set Architectures • ALUs • Pipelining • Cache • Memory Hierarchy • RISC Architectures • Vector Processors • Parallel Processor Architectures • Patterson.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Sub Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. William: Computer Organization and Architecture.2009 Computer Architecture and Organization Master INFOTECH.0 SWS. Winter Term English Prof. 2000 • Lecture „Computer Architecture and Organization “ (S. 2.0 1 Every second semester. twice per year and 3rd Semester Courses 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop Presentation from: Computer Science Department to: Information Technology Page 9 of 97 . Dr. Winter Term Presence Time: 33. Sven Simon DATE: 10. Dr. Winter Term • Exercise “Computer Architecture and Organization” (S. Simon)..-Ing.5 60 Min. Understanding the Architectures of Central Processing Units.75 Hours Self Study: 102. 1 semester • • • • None st 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for .: Computer Architecture – A Quantitative Approach. Sven Simon IPVS 0711-7816-450 simon@ipvs. 1. Hennessy.0 SWS.-Ing...00 Hours None • • • 2 nd Written Examination Weight 0. Inc. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 051200131 4.

especially C++. Lecture. habil. Basic Modules.Repr.. Charles. algorithm design and analysis.0 SWS Data Structures and Algorithms. sorting and searching algorithms. Of Image Understanding +49 711 7816 387 Paul. Addison-Wesley. Paul Levi Institute of Parallel and Distributed Systems.2009 Data Structures and Algorithms Prof. nat.. graph. recursion approaches. Thomas.de Prof.5 3. Leiserson. The main points are focused on algorithmic complexity. The exercises "data structures and algorithms" are additional to the lecture course in acquiring practical experience in this field. Addison-Wesley 1987 • Cormen.00 Stunden None Written Examination Weight 0. Rivest.0 SWS Presence Time: 33. habil.. Mark Allen: Data structures and algorithm analysis in C++. MIT Press. Ronald. Harlow.. 1997 Data Structures and Algorithms. Bjarne: The C++ programming language / Bjarne Stroustrup.Levi@ipvs. This means primarily algorithmic complexity. Exercise. Mass. sorting and searching algorithms. graph. 1. Dep. recursion approaches. twice per year st Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . This course gives a detailed explanation of data structures.25 Stunden Sum:: 135. Dr.. 2. rer. Addison-Wesley. 1999 • Stroustrup. with corr. Stein. . Clifford: Introduction to Algorithms. The whole course can assist students in improving their skills of modern programming. 1 semester Basic knowledge about general programming concepts and object oriented programming The student possesses detailed knowledge about data structures.0 1 Every second semester.75Stunden Self Study: 102. Paul Levi Master INFOTECH. Robert: Algorithms in Java: parts 1-4.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Sub Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. 2nd ed. especially in C++. • Lecture notes • Sedgewick.5 60 min. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites 051200122 4.02. Reading. 2003 • Weiss. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module PowerPoint Presentation from to: Page 10 of 97 . Dr. nat. Winter Term English DATE: 10. rer. 3rd ed.uni-stuttgart. The student also possesses practical experience in this field and has improved skills of modern programming. Harlow. algorithm design and analysis with examples on C++.

probability density function. A: Probability.: Signals and Systems. properties • Frequency response.yang@LSS.00 hours None Written Examination. D. Winter Term Presence Time: 33. Winter Term • Exercises „System and signal theory“.75 hours Self Study: 102. H.02. • Papoulis. Christof Zeile Master INFOTECH. Buck: Discrete time signal processing. R. 2 SWS. • Oppenheim. twice per year • • "Statistical and adaptive signal processing" “Detection and pattern recognition” st 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 19 20 21 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . Bin Yang ISB/LSS. • Hsu.: Schaum’s outline of signals and systems. McGraw-Hill. J. Basic Modules..5. fundamentals of probability theory • Random variable. R. Dr.G.-Ing. 1995.de Dr.25 hours Sum: 135. Willsky..V.. 1997. Additional Information (Optional) Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Blackboard + Projector von: nach: Page 11 of 97 .5 3.0 1 Every first semester. 1 semester Mathematics: Calculus Learn and understand the theory of deterministic and stochastic signals and linear systems • Signals. A. 1996.P.W. 1991 • Lecture „System and signal theory“. moments • Stochastic process • Correlation function. J. • Oppenheim.uni-stuttgart. random variables and stochastic processes. different types of systems • Description of LTI systems • Convolution • Fourier transform. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application/Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets DATE: 10. 1 SWS.. Prentice-Hall.S.. McGraw-Hill. Manolakis.-Ing. V. Edition.2009 System and Signal Theory 051610021 4. amplitude and phase response • Random experiment. Prentice-Hall. Schafer.: Digital signal processing. properties of and operations on signals • Systems.. 60 min. spectrum • Proakis. 3. Winter Term English Prof. Weight 0.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Electronics and Communication Sub-Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Tel: 0711/68567330 bin.

free-space propagation.. Transmitter and receiver circuit modules: oscillators.5 • 60 min..5 3.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Sub Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Ningyan Zhu • Master INFOTECH.00 Hours None • Written Examination • Weight 0. 2002.de PD Dr. noise temperature: Antennas and propagation: power flow and wave launching. Winter Semester Presence Time: 33.2009 Radio Frequency Technology: Introduction Every second semester. overview of different antennas.-Ing.-Ing. power density.0 SWS. noise figure. 1. 2005. radar principles. John Wiley & Sons. Circuit elements at higher frequencies: passive elements. Basic Modules.75 Hours Self Study: 102. • 43020 Lecture “Radio Frequency Technology“. block diagrams of receivers.25 Hours Sum: 135. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 050600027 4. Ningyan Zhu IHF 0711-685-67422 zhu@ihf.0 1 DATE: 10. Pozar: Microwave Engineering.0 SWS. Lee: Planar Microwave Engineering. 3rd Ed. Lecture script. mixers.02. Winter Semester Englisch PD Dr. Noise: thermal noise. 1 semester st 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . 2. active elements. Cambridge University Press.uni-stuttgart. twice per year Basics of Radio Frequency Technology Antennas 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Blackboard Presentation + Overhead Presentation from: to: Page 12 of 97 .. Transmitter and receiver concepts: block diagrams of transmitters. Winter Semester • Exercises for “Radio Frequency Technology”. frequency processing. uniform rectangular aperture. characteristic quantities of antennas. Additional Information (Optional) The students have knowledge and understanding of various circuits and systems at radio frequency. RF amplification.

Smith: Microelectronic Circuits.-Ing.25 Hours Sum: 135.-Ing.5 60 min.uni-stuttgart. 2. Dr.0 SWS Exercises « Electronic Circuits".Berroth@int. Basic Modules.0 SWS Presence Time: 33. 1977 Sedra.0 1 Every second semester.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Sub Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. 1994 Lecture « Electronic Circuits". 1 semester Bachelor of Science Understanding of network analysis and design of electronic circuits Linear network analysis Transistor models Two Port theory Analog circuits Digital circuits Lecture Notes Gray. Prentice Hall. Blackboard Presentation von: nach: Page 13 of 97 . Oxford University Press. Manfred Berroth Institut für Elektrische und Optische Nachrichtentechnik 0711/68567922 Manfred. Meyer: Analysis and Design of Analog Integrated Circuits.de Prof. 2004 Pucknell.75 Hours Self Study: 102.00 Hours None Written Examination Weight 0.02.. Eshraghian: Basic VLSI Design. Manfred Berroth Master INFOTECH. 1. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application/Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets DATE: 10. Winter term English Prof. twice a year st 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for .2009 Electronic Circuits 050200009 4..5 3. Dr. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop Presentation. John Wiley and Sons.

3 SWS Presence time: Self study: Sum: None Written Examination Weight 0.5 60 min.02.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Sub Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. winter semester English Prof. PSK. Lecture and Exercises.-Ing. Lee. Dr.: 0711-685-68017 E-Mail: joachim. D. Transfer Function. Reflection. Messerschmidt: Digital Communication. Reflection. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application/Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets DATE: 10. D/A-Conversion. Source Coding • Digital Transmission of Analog Signals: Pulse Code Modulation.-Ing. Matched Line. New York • E. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module von: nach: Page 14 of 97 . Error Probability. Redundancy. QAM • Electrical Transmission Lines: Differential Equation. Constellation Diagram.de Prof. Joachim Speidel Master INFOTECH. twice a year 32 hours 103 hours 135 hours st 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for .5 3 1 Every second semester. Entropy. Transfer Function. Joachim Speidel Institut für Nachrichtenübertragung Tel. S/N-Ratio • Digital Modulation: Modulator. Noise. Dr. Demodulator. Refraction • Electrical Transmission Lines: Differential Equation. Transmission of Impulses.2009 Communications 0511100105 4. Intersymbol Interference. Kluwer Academic Publishers 051100105. Matched Line. Refraction • • J. 1 semester None To be proficient with the principles of digital communications transmission • Fundamentals in Information Theory: Information Source. Basic Modules.speidel@inue. Proakis: Digital Communications... A/DConversion.uni-stuttgart. ASK. Mac Graw Hill.

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00 Hours None Written examination.2. Joachim: Skript „Advanced CMOS Devices and Technology“ (in Vorbereitung) • Neamon. Dr. Core Module Basics in microelectronics and semiconductor technology Comprehensive understanding of the integration of microelectronic devices and interconnects for circuit integration. Weight 1. including aspects of process technology. Wiley Interscience. 2003 52110001 Advanced CMOS Devices and Technology.-Ing Joachim Burghartz Institut für Nano.und Mikroelektronische Systeme (INES) 0711-21855-200 joachim.00 Hours Self Study: 135.. Summer Term English Prof. 1990 nd • Sze. Donald: Semiconductor Physics and Devices. Problems. Simon: Physics of Semiconductor Devices. 60 minutes Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . Dr. Coherent Description of CMOS-Technology: • History and Basics of IC Technology • Process Technology I and II • Process Modules • MOS Capacitor • MOS Transistor • Non-Ideal MOS Transistor • Basics of CMOS Circuit Integration • CMOS Device Scaling • Metal-Silicon Contact • Interconnects • Design Metrics • Special MOS Devices • Future Directions • Burghartz. 2. Lattice Press. Wiley Interscience.0 SWS 52110001 Advanced CMOS Devices and Technology.-Ing Joachim Burghartz Dipl.-Phys..burghartz@ines. Simon: Fundamentals of Semiconductor Fabrication. 120 min.00 Hours Sum: 180..Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. optimization. Martin Zimmermann Master INFOTECH. Page 16 of 97 . miniaturization. Lecture.uni-stuttgart. basic circuit building blocks and volume manufacturing. compact modelling. Mc Graw-Hill.2009 Advanced CMOS Devices and Technology Every second semester. 2 Ed.0.0 SWS Presence Time: 45.de Prof. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible 052110001 6 4. twice per year Alternatively oral exams (<10 students in course). 2002 • Wolf. Stanley: Silicon Processing fort he VLSI Era. Vol. 1981 • Sze. 2. 2.0 1 Date: 12.

. e. transformation. Core Module Master IMSE After attending the lecture. Dr. Further topics are the structure of a data warehouse and the main processes for building data warehouses (extraction. and their role as part of analytic services.Mitschang@ipvs. e.00 hours None Written Examination. twice a year (Weight 0.2009 Advanced Information Management Every second semester. realtime data warehousing.0 SWS Exercises „Advanced Information Management“. students understand the challenges behind the integration of heterogeneous data sources in consolidated data warehouses and the provisioning of analytical services.0 SWS 1 DATE: 10. Online Analytic Processing as a Service 9. Data Warehouse Architecture 3.-Ing..5) Exercises Examination (Weight 0. Introduction to Analytics and Analytic Services 7. reporting.0 SWS Presence Time: 45.de Prof. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop-Presentation. A special focus is on technologies to analyze data warehouse data.. Load 5. Transformation. Bernhard Mitschang Dr.g. Data Mining as a Service Lecture notes Lecture „Advanced Information Management“. They know the typical data warehouse architecture as well as current trends. Real-Time Reporting 8.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Bernhard Mitschang IPVS 0711-7816-449 Bernhard. Dr. paper exercises and practical exercises von: nach: Page 17 of 97 . 2.-Ing. 1. winter semester English Prof. and load).g. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible 051210001 6 4. 2. Introduction to Data Warehousing 2. Data Warehouse Design 4. 60 min.00 hours Self study: 135. ETL as a Services 6. online analytic processing and data mining. Holger Schwarz Master INFOTECH. Extraction.05.uni-stuttgart.00 hours Sum: 180.5) - Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites 12 Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for .

• Hennessy.2009 Advanced Processor Architecture (APA) 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for .0 120 min. 3.0 1 Every second semester. and computer arithmetic new trends are discussed like low power design.0 SWS Presence Time: 45. Computation power is increasing by exploiting parallelism on all levels of computation. In this course we will discuss instruction level parallelism. Pedram: „Logic Synthesis for Low Power VLSI Designs“ Advanced Processor Architecture. Dr.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. which is expected to be a dominating application of microprocessors in a few years.. thread level parallelism. twice per year Design and Test of Systems on a Chip 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop-Presentation von: nach: Page 18 of 97 . Dr. Winter Term English Prof.0 SWS Advanced Processor Architecture. performance evaluation and optimization. Sensibilization for the challenges in modern processor design and the reasoning behind current and future design trends.02.00 Hours None Written Examination Weight 1. Lecture. Beside classical concepts like processor design and manufacturing. Core Module None DATE: 10.de Prof.uni-stuttgart. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application/Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 051700020 6 4.. Hans-Joachim Wunderlich ITI/RA 0711/7816-362 sekretariat@iti. Hans-Joachim Wunderlich Master INFOTECH.00 Hours Sum: 180. This lecture covers advanced concepts in computer architecture. Additional Information (Optional) Good understanding of the basic concepts used in modern CPUs and computing systems. 1. Patterson: „Computer Architecture: A Quantitative Approach“ • Koren: “Computer Arithmetic Algorithms” • Iman. Exercise. Low power design is essential in mobile computing and communication.00 Hours Self Study: 135. multiprocessor systems and emerging many-core technologies found in current graphic accelerators.

1993 • Lecture “Antennas“. elementary radiators. Summer Semester Presence Time: 45. I. • Electromagnetic concepts for antenna calculation (reciprocity. printed antennas. • Fundamental antenna properties and basics of wave propagation.00 Hours Sum: 80. Summer Semester English N. aperture antennas.0 120 min. IHF 0711-685-67411 mail@ihf.00 Hours None Written Examination Weight 1.0 SWS.. Vol.2009 Antennas 050600022 6 4.uni-stuttgart.02. Core Module Basics of Radio Frequency Technology The students have knowledge and basic understanding of various antenna types as well as of methods for its electromagnetic calculation and characterization.de N. 2. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets DATE: 10.0 1 Every second semester. 2. II.N. 3 ed.. John Wiley & Sons. Van Nostrand Reihold. Summer Semester • Exercises for “Antennas”. 2005 • Lo. radiation from electric and magnetic currents).Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. twice per year 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for .00 Hours Self Study: 135. Huygens' principle. III. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Blackboard Presentation + Overhead Presentation from: Bachelor Program Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik to: Information Technology Page 19 of 97 .. rd • Balanis: Antenna Theory and Design.0 SWS. ultrawideband antennas. They understand different wave propagation phenomena. antenna arrays • Lecture script. Lee: Antenna Handbook.N. Master INFOTECH. wire antennas.

architectures and technologies. Prentice Hall. R. 120 min.. . twice per year Lab Course Communication Networks Mobile Networks Architecture Evolution Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . 3. G. switching. Dr. Teubner. 1992 • Tanenbaum. J. A. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites DATE: 10.B. Bettstetter. Dr. 2001 • Cooper.-Ing.02.0 1 Every second semester.2009 Communication Networks I 050901020 6 4. Vögel.. winter term • 370430 Exercises for “Communication Networks I”. J. H.de Prof.: Computer Networks.S.00 Hours Sum: 180.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Andreas Kirstädter IKR 0711-685-68026 mail@ikr.0. C. Protocols and Design.0 SWS..00 Hours Self study: 135. winter term Presence time: 45. The Macmillan Company.: GSM Global System for Mobile Communication.: Introduction to Queuing Theory.uni-stuttgart.0 SWS. signaling. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop presentation From: Master Program Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik To: Information Technology Page 20 of 97 . Core Module • • • Electronics and Communications Computer Science Understanding of basic communication network principles. Addison Wesley. Andreas Kirstädter Master INFOTECH. Weight 1.00 Hours None Written examination. 1. multiplexing. routing) • Reference models for the description of network architectures and protocols • Functional Specification and Specification Language SDL • Telecommunication system control and signaling principles • Basic teletraffic theory and traffic engineering • Basic architectures and network elements of fixed and mobile networks • Lecture notes • Spragins. addressing. winter term English Prof.-Ing. • Design of communication control processes and basic teletraffic concepts and their application • Evolution of communication networks and services • Common principles and mechanisms of communication networks (topologies. 1972 • 370420 Lecture „Communication Networks I“.: Telecommunications. 2003 • Eberspächer. B.

3. Design methods for and performance evaluation of high-speed local. Willig. J. D. R. • Next Generation Internet architectures and services. 1.. R.02.00 Hours None • Written Examination • Weight 1. and high-performance mobile networks.: IPnG: Neue Internet-Dienste und virtuelle Netze. H. J.-Ing.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Springer. • Understand critical nonfunctional aspects of modern network architectures (Quality of Service.0 SWS. Vol. Andreas Kirstädter Master INFOTECH. 2006 • Braun. 2005 • Steinmetz. S.de Prof. B. Fast and Gigabit Ethernet MacMillan Techn. resilience. J. Summer Term • 375310 Exercises for “Communication Networks II”. Wiley. Communication protocols.: Protocols and Architectures for Wireless. • Springer. overlay networks. 2. Wehrle.. 1999 • Mukherjee: Optical WDM Networks. 2006 • Karl. K.: Switched.0 • 120 min. privacy). Prentice Hall.: IEEE 802 Wireless Systems. T.: Mobile Radio Networks. security.0 1 Every second semester. 2002 • 375300 Lecture „Communication Networks II“. • New communication paradigms: Peer-to-peer networking. Summer Term Presence Time: 45. 2005 • Walke. • Lecture Notes „Communication Networks I“ • Breyer. Additional Information (Optional) Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Page 21 of 97 . A. Riley. Dr. and core networks. Summer Term English Prof. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites DATE: 10. • Architecture concepts for broadband networks: High-speed sharedmedia Local Area Networks.0 SWS. • Nonfunctional concepts (Quality of Service. resilience. Core Module Communication Networks I Understand advanced concepts of network architectures.uni-stuttgart. Andreas Kirstädter IKR 0711-685-68026 mail@ikr. 2nd ed. reliability. Sensor Networks.. reliability.2009 Communication Networks II 050901021 6 4. platform concepts. security. dpunktVerlag. and services. 1. electrical and optical access and transport networks.00 Hours Sum: 180.. Publishing.00 Hours Self Study: 138. access. 1999 • Comer.. E: Interworking with TCP/IP. privacy). Dr.-Ing. Wiley.: Peer-to-Peer Systems and Applications. twice per year Lab Course Communication Networks Mobile Communications II Laptop Presentation • • • 12 Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 19 20 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . Wiley. 2006 • Walke et al..

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0 120 min. Dr. McGraw-Hill Johannesson. Zigangirov: Fundamentals of Convolutional Coding.00 hours 16 17a None Written Examination Weight 1. Trellis diagram) Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) Convolutional coding.-Ing. J.00 hours Sum: 180. iterative detection Exercises: Theoretical problems and applications from wireless and wire-line data transmission and data storage Proakis.2009 Communications III 051100103 6 4 1 Every second semester.. Dr.: 0711-685-68017 E-Mail: joachim. in Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik To be proficient in design and application of digital data transmission and storage • • • • • • • • • • • • • Characteristics of electrical and optical.00 hours Self study: 135. Joachim Speidel Institut für Nachrichtenübertragung Tel. 4 SWS Presence Time: 45.Sc. IEEE Press.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. eye diagram. Joachim Speidel Master INFOTECH. winter semester English Prof.de Prof.uni-stuttgart. K.02. Core Module B. 051100103. fixed and mobile channels Multipath wireless mobile channel Intersymbol interference.: Digital Communications. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets DATE: 10. Lecture and Exercise. discrete time equalizer Correlative coding – Partial response technique Joint Nyquist and matched filter condition Multipulse communication and correlation receiver Maximum a posteriori (MAP) and maximum likelihood (ML) symbol-by-symbol detection Maximum Likelihood (ML) detection of sequences (Viterbi algorithm.-Ing.. twice a year --- 17b 18 Page 23 of 97 . 1999 13 Course Contents 14 15 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . turbo coding.speidel@inue..

0 or PCI-Express.0 SWS. on that the computer industry is currently working. Core Module Computer Architecture & Organization DATE: 10. Rev 1. e.. Especially the new USB 3. Simon). Peters. USB. USB 3.00 Hours Self Study: 135.2009 Computer Interface Technology 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for .00 Hours None Written Examination Weight 1. irregular Presence Time: 45. 2008 • “PCI Express* Electrical Interconnect Design”. Hyde. S. 2001 • Lecture „Computer Interface Technology “ (S. Intel Press.0 SWS.... SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 051200132 6 4. 2nd Edition”. Sven Simon Master INFOTECH. ww.0 120 min. Dr.usb.org.-Ing. 2. irregular • Exercise “Computer Interface Technology” (S. twice per year Master Thesis in the Field of Computer Hardware/Software Systems 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop Presentation from: Computer Science Department to: Information Technology Page 24 of 97 . Dr.0 standard should be treated.de Prof. • Computer interface basics • OSI-Models • Net topologies • Line and error codes • Protocols • Compliance tests • Standardization groups. Coleman. M. PCI • “Universal Serial Bus 3. 2.-Ing.uni-stuttgart.0 Specification”. Kolbehdari: Intel Press. 2001 • “USB Design by Example.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours.g. Sven Simon IPVS 0711-7816-450 simon@ipvs.02.0. Simon). S. J. Additional Information (Optional) Principals and characteristics of typical high-speed computer interfaces. D.0 1 Irregular English Prof.00 Hours Sum: 180. Gardiner.

Hennessy. software approach.0 SWS Presence Time: 45. Summer Term English Prof.P. The course comprises: • Overview over system design • Reuse and cores • Standards and platforms • Elements of analog and mixed signal designs • Design validation and verification • Test and design for testability with the related standards • Application and programming of embedded processors • Lecture slides • Chang. D. L. 2001 • Wolf. • Culler. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.00 Hours • Lecturers Application/Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Page 25 of 97 . W. H. Calif. • Patterson. J. X. Dr. 2000 Design and Test of Systems on Chip.0 SWS Design and Test of Systems on Chip.: Morgan Kaufmann. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers. 1999.P.San Mateo. R. A.: Reuse methodology manual for system-on-achip designs.: WCB/McGraw-Hill. Bricaud.2009 Design and Test of Systems on a Chip (SOC) Every second semester. • Wang.P. Hans-Joachim Wunderlich Institut für Technische Informatik.J.: Computer architecture and organization . 2. Gupta. Lecture. validation. 2...: Surviving the SOC revolution: a guide to platform-based design . R. Exercises and labs serve to practice the use of commercial tools and designs. 1999 • Furber. 2006 • Rajsuman. J. San Francisco.. Core Module Advanced Processor Architectures Basic understanding of development and test of complex embedded hardware / software systems • Coverage of the essential steps of synthesis.Inf. Wu. Rechnerarchitektur 0711-7816-391 wu@informatik.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours.Inform. D. 2001 • Keating.02..L. Mass. 3. paradigms and standards the essential steps of automated design. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible 051710021 6 4.-W.: ARM-Rechnerarchitekturen für System-on-Chip-Design .. Michael Kochte Master INFOTECH. ed . Mermet.A. S. Prentice Hall PTR. Boston: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers. Abt. C. Melanie Elm Dipl. test and programming • Introduction to the relevant tools for design automation Besides the different design styles. 3. J. Dr..0 1 DATE: 10. P. 1993. 2002 • Hayes. Lab exercise.: VLSI Test Principles and Architectures .: Computer architecture: a quantitative approach. Bonn: mitp. J.Design for Testability. Wen. Singh..Boston. Seepold. Calif.E.: System-on-a-chip: design and test.: Morgan Kaufmann. M.: Modern VLSI design: system-on-chip design..1998.de Prof.: Parallel computer architecture: a hardware.-T. 2002 • Ashenden. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers. print . P. London: Artech House ed.: System-on-chip methodologies & design languages.uni-stuttgart.. test and programming of digital and mixed signal circuits are discussed. Hans-Joachim Wunderlich Dipl.

7 90 min.. twice per year Computer Exercises during Lecture Time Weight 0.3 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop-Presentation von: nach: Page 26 of 97 .Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Workload Self Study: Sum: none • • • • • 135.00 Hours 180..00 Hours 17a 17b 18 Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . Additional Information (Optional) Written Examination Weight 0.

0 SWS.-Ing..: “Digital Systems Design Using VHDL” • Ball.: ”High-Speed Digital System Design” • Lecture „ Digital System Design “ (S.00 Hours Sum: 180. Dr.00 Hours Self Study: 135. irregular • Exercise “Digital System Design” (S. 2. J.2009 Digital System Design 051200133 6 4.0 1 Irregular English Prof. Simon). Sven Simon Master INFOTECH. C. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets DATE: 10.de Prof. Dr.02.00 Hours None Written examination Weight 1. Hardware/software design methods for high performance computing with reconfigurable hardware and multi core processors. computation and simulation • Computer board design • Measurement techniques • Roth. Core Module Basic knowledge of digital circuit design Experience in at least one programming language Understanding advanced concepts of digital system design. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop Presentation from: Computer Science Department to: Information Technology Page 27 of 97 .-Ing. • Basics in signaling • Insight into FPGA design • Signal integrity • Time analysis • Signaling.. irregular Presence Time: 45.0 120 min.H. Sven Simon IPVS 0711-7816-450 simon@ipvs. S: “Embedded Microprocessor Systems: Real World Design” • Davis. Simon). twice per year Master Thesis in the Field of Computer Hardware/Software Systems • • • • 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for .0 SWS.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours.uni-stuttgart. 2.

Weight 0.3. Domain Name System (DNS) • Times and Clocks: Applications. Kurt Rothermel Master INFOTECH. Dr. Addison-Wesley. Majority Consensus.: Concurrency Control and Recovery in Database Systems. Kurt Rothermel IPVS/VS Telefon: 7816-434 E-Mail: Kurt. Distributed Debugging • Transaction Processing: Serialization Problem. • Introduction to Distributed Systems: Definition. Addison-Wesley.A. 1.Rothermel@ipvs. Remote Procedure Call (RPC).7.02. Classes. Kindberg.0 1 Every second semester. Winter Term Presence Time: 45.uni-stuttgart. 1993 02550 Lecture „Distributed Systems“. G.: Distributed Systems: Concepts and Design. The accompanying exercises enable the student to apply the methods in practical application cases. Update as soon as Possible • Broadcast Algorithms: Reliable / FIFO / Causal / Atomic Broadcast. J. 3rd Edition.F.0 SWS. N. Concepts. S.0 SWS. twice per year Marked Exercises:. 2-Phase Locking. Queued Message Processing • Names and Name Services: Types of Names. S. Timed Broadcast • Coulouris. Weighted Voting. 1987 • Mullender. Logical Clocks (Scalar. 2001 • Tanenbaum. Snapshot Algorithm. 2nd Edition.00 Hours none • • Written Examination.. V. (ed. 90 min.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. ACM Press Frontier Series. Examples: X. T. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application/Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets DATE: 10. 2Phase Commit • Data Replication: Primary Copy. Weight 0. Winter Term 02552 Exercises for “Distributed Systems”.de Prof.2009 Distributed Systems 051200161 6 4. Prentice Hall. Architecture • Communication: Message Passing.00 Hours Sum: 180. Hadzilacos.. Goodman.: Distributed Systems: Principles and Paradigms. Physical Clocks. Dillimore. Dr. Lab Course Distributed Systems Page 28 of 97 . Vector) • Process Synchronization: Mutual Exclusion Algorithms • Global State: Snapshot Problem.500. Implementation Aspects. Oral presentation 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . 2002 • Bernstein. Rendezvous.00 Hours Self Study: 135. Addison-Wesley. Winter Term English Prof.): Distributed Systems. P.. Core Module 051200 122 Data structures und Algorithms This module enables the student to understand the principles and algorithms of distributed systems.... 3.

: Embedded Systems Design. High level synthesis. Integrated hands-on exercises covering microcontroller programming. Implementation architectures for embedded systems 7. binding 3.. partitioning of specifications into hardware and software parts 9. Kuchcinski. System synthesis. 1998. scheduling.0 1 DATE: 10. 3. P. • Eles. Practical experience in utilizing and programming an embedded platform. Springer. K.. Dr. hardware / software interaction and cyclic executive scheduling of software tasks • Lecture Notes „Embedded Systems Engineering“. Peng. Weight 0. 2006.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Springer. allocation. during the lecture period Written examination. G:: Hard Real-Time Computing Systems. Summer Term English Prof. 2005.270 martin. Static and dynamic methods for scheduling and priority assignment 6.M. Pipelined data path and controller design 4. Abt. bus and memory systems 8. Introduction to embedded systems and their design constraints 2. 02664 Lecture „Embedded Systems Engineering“. 90 minutes 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . Martin Radetzki Master INFOTECH. Core Module None Understanding of the design methodology and advanced design techniques for constructing and analyzing embedded hardware / software systems.25.02. 2 edition.uni-stuttgart. • Marwedel. 1. Weight 0. Software task scheduling and schedulability analysis 5. Dr.2009 Embedded Systems Engineering Every second semester.0 SWS Presence Time: 45.75. Additional Information (Optional) Embedded Systems Lab (051711036) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop and Blackboard Presentation von: nach: Page 29 of 97 ..: System Synthesis with VHDL.. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application/Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 051711026 6 4.0 SWS 02665 Exercises for „Embedded Systems Engineering“. Communication architectures. Martin Radetzki Institut für Technische Informatik. nd • Buttazzo.de Prof.00 hours Self Study: 135 hours Sum: 180 hours none • • Marked computer exercises. Kluwer Academic Publishers. 1. Z.radetzki@informatik. Eingebettete Systeme 7816 .

Summer Term English Prof. twice per year Lab Course „Flat Panel Displays“ 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . Newnes imprint of Elsevier • Lecture „Flat Panel Displays“.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours.uni-stuttgart.de Prof. Wiley • Den Boer.02.2009 Flat Panel Displays 051620022 6 4. Norbert Frühauf Master INFOTECH. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application/Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets DATE: 13.00 Hours Self Study: 135. Dr. Core Module None Understanding the electro-optical effects used in flat panel displays. W. 1. Overhead Presentation.00 Hours Sum: 180.: Active Matrix Liquid Crystal Displays.0 1 Every second semester.00 Hours None Written Examination Weight 1.-Ing. 3. Summer Term Presence Time: 45.0 120 min.. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop Presentation.0 SWS. Dr.. Summer Term • Exercises for „Flat Panel Displays“.: Liquid Crystal Displays. their driving concepts as well as manufacturing processes and display characterization methods • Flat Panel Display Application Areas • Physiology of the visual system • Color Theory (Tristimulus Theory) • Electro-optical properties of liquid crystals • Organic Light Emitting Diodes • Electrophoretic Media • Other Electro optical effects • Plasma Displays • Passive and Active Matrix Addressing • Driver Circuits • Manufacturing Processes • Characterization of Flat Panel Displays • Lecture Notes „Flat Panel Displays“ • Lueder. E. Blackboard Presentation From: Bachelor Program Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik To: Information Technology Page 30 of 97 .0 SWS. Norbert Frühauf ISB/LfB 0711-685-66922 lfb@lfb.-Ing.

00 hours Self Study: 135.. verification and test insertion Complex integrated circuits and systems are hardly designed fault free at first go.: Architecture Design and Validation Methods.: Hardware Design Verification. G. integrated system. 1996 • Drechsler. 2000 • Wang.de Prof. Dr. Abt. T.: VLSI Test Principles and Architectures: Design for Testability. Summer Term English DATE: 10. M.L. Wu.Theory and Implementation. • Debug and diagnosis. 2006 • Hachtel. Exercise. The course comprises: • Validation: Simulation and emulation in different design levels. M. F.: Binary Decision Diagrams . Becker.: Introduction to Formal Hardware Verification. the following books can be used to deepen on the topics of the lecture: • Börger. Kluwer. C.W.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Springer. Kluwer 1998 • Kropf.: Symbolic Model Checking. Hans-Joachim Wunderlich Institut für Technische Informatik..uni-stuttgart. Morgan Kaufmann. Apart from lecture slides. Somenzi. Dr. The course deals with the basic techniques to find and locate faults and defects in the design and in the manufactured. Page 31 of 97 .D.0 1 Every second semester.2009 Hardware Verification and Quality Assessment Prof. test and design for testability of integrated circuits • Application of tools for simulation. 2005 • McMillan. E. Core Module None Basic knowledge of methodologies and algorithms of functional and formal verification.0 SWS Presence Time: 45.L. X. Breuer.. Rechnerarchitektur 0711-7816-391 wu@informatik. 3. twice per year • 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for .00 hours None Written Examination.0 SWS Hardware Verification and Quality Assessment..D. K. B. Also during production defects and an imperfect yield have to be expected.D.00 hours Sum: 180.T. Lecture.. 2000 • Lam.: Logic Synthesis and Verification Algorithms. L.K. 120 min. The discussed methods are applied with the help of commercial and academic tools in exercises and labs. A. IEEE Press. Hans-Joachim Wunderlich Master INFOTECH.. V. W. 2000 • Abramovici.02. Prentice Hall. 1998 • Bushnell. Weight 1. 1. Friedman.. M.. Kluwer Academic Publishers. • Formal verification: Equivalence checking and model checking. Kluwer. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application/Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 051710022 6 4.0. • Test: Fault simulation and test insertion. diagnosis.: Essentials of Electronic Testing. Wen. 1993 Hardware Verification and Quality Assessment.A.: Digital Systems Testing and Testable Design. R. Springer. Agrawal..

de Prof.0 SWS Presence Time: 45.02. Partitioning of functionality among hardware and software 6. Methods for system optimization 8.radetzki@informatik. 1. Martin Radetzki Institut für Technische Informatik.2009 Hardware/Software Co-Design Prof. Weight 0.270 martin. Lecture “Hardware/Software Co-Design“.25. 3. Models for system specification 2. 90 minutes 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . Martin Radetzki Master INFOTECH. J. Springer. De Micheli.0 1 Every second semester. Core Module none Ability to conceptualize systems so that an application-specific.. Teich: Digitale Hardware-Software-Systeme. L. Dr. during the lecture period Written examination. Weight 0. 2007 G. Modelling and simulation with the SystemC library 3. Resource allocation and operation binding 5. 2006. Auflage. Abt. 2. Synthesis of system architectures 4. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop and Blackboard Presentation von: nach: Page 32 of 97 .Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Benini: Networks on Chips. Winter Term English DATE: 10. This module deals with the joint design and optimization of hardware and software for pre-defined applications. Dr. Morgan Kaufman Publishers. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application/Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 051711031 6 4.75. covering the following topics: 1.uni-stuttgart.00 hours None • • Marked computer exercises.00 hours Sum: 180.00 hours Self Study: 135.0 SWS Exercises for „Hardware/Software Co-Design“. Scheduling and schedulability for parallel multi-core architectures 7.. Application specific instruction set processors (ASIPs) 9. Eingebettete Systeme 7816 . Network-on-Chip (NoC) interconnect architectures Lecture Notes „Hardware/Software Co-Design“. optimized trade-off between hardware and software implementation of system functionality is achieved.

N. Hans-Joachim Wunderlich Master INFOTECH. Prentice Hall (1989) • Bushnell. Krishna. N.and Nano-electronic systems can exhibit failures both right after production and during their operation.: Error Control Coding for Computer Systems. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers (2001) • Pradhan..0 SWS Presence Time: 45.de Prof. Dr.K.:Testing of Digital Systems.0 SWS Hardware Based Fault Tolerance. Lecture. Winter Term English Prof. Hans-Joachim Wunderlich Institut für Technische Informatik. The topics of the lecture are as follows: • Terminology • Measures of fault tolerance • Techniques for structural and time redundancy • Error detection and diagnosis • Fault masking.00 hours None Written Examination Weight 1. Core Module None • Knowledge of methods for reliability assessment of circuits and systems • Error control coding • Self checking circuits Micro.0 1 Every second semester. Abt..D. S.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module DATE: 10. Gupta. Dr.L.2009 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Exercise.M. Agrawal. This lecture presents the most important design techniques that allow tolerating hardware faults up to a certain degree. C..00 hours Self Study: 135. I.02.K. R.00 hours Sum: 180.uni-stuttgart.. Systems for which safety and security is of concern have to be designed in a way that the desired function can be delivered even if some components fail or produce erroneous outputs. 2007 • Lala.. Fujiwara.:Fault-Tolerant Systems Morgan-Kaufman. reconfiguration • Fault-tolerant distributed systems Apart from lecture slides.. Prentice Hall (1996) • Rao. twice per year 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . the following books can be used to deepen on the topics of the lecture: • Koren.:Fault-Tolerant Computer Design. Rechnerarchitektur 0711-7816-391 wu@informatik.:Essentials of Electronic Testing. Klumer Academic Publishers (2000) • Jha. E. 1. Page 33 of 97 . Cambridge University Press (2003) Hardware Based Fault Tolerance.0 120 min. repair. P. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application/Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets Hardware-Based Fault-Tolerance 051710023 6 4. M.: Self-Checking and Fault-Tolerant Digital Design. D. 3. V.

cognitive foundation and consequences for software ergonomics. 2004 • Preim. twice per year 9 10 11 12 Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 19 20 21 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for .0 1 Every second semester. Dr. Dr.de Prof.00 Hours Self Study: 135. Dr. B. event processing. G.. virtual/augmented • Dix. display architectures.0 SWS.ertl@informatik. especially graphicalinteractive systems: Architecture and technical functionality of GUI systems. Dr.: Human-Computer Interaction. C. Prof. memory • Computer aspects: Input/output devices.2009 Human-Computer Interaction 051900003 6 4. Summer Term English Prof. 2. motor function.02. Core Module Advanced Higher Mathematics Understanding of methods and concepts of HCI. practical experience with the development of user interfaces with different programming interfaces. Additional Information (Optional) Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop Presentation from: Master Program Informatik & Softwaretechnik to: Information Technology Page 34 of 97 . 2005 020906 Lecture “Human-Computer Interaction” 2. Finley. B.uni-stuttgart.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Summer Term Exercises for “Human-Computer Interaction”. Plaisant. Thomas Ertl. multimedia basics.. design principles...: Designing the User Interface. Dr. J. Carsten Dachsbacher Prof. Abowd.00 Hours Exercises Written Examination Weight 1. • Introduction: Relationship to other fields and history • Human factors: (visual) perception. norms. models. Thomas Ertl VIS 0711-7816-331 thomas. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible DATE: 10. tools • Evaluation: expert and user evaluation • Specialized systems: mobile devices. A. 1999 • Shneidermann. 2D graphics • Interaction concepts and styles • Window systems and GUI toolkits • Software ergonomics.. Beale. Gunther Heidemann Master INFOTECH..: Entwicklung interaktiver Systeme. R.0 120 min.0 SWS.00 Hours Sum: 180. Summer Term Presence Time: 45. Daniel Weiskopf Prof.

Woods. correlation. data structures and algorithms.0 SWS Image Understanding. threshold and region-based segmentation.M. edge following and linking. spatial and frequency filters.00 Hours Self Study: 135. The MIT Press. H. Detailed explanation of essential operations and notions of images processing.G. Bischof. image processing by stochastic models. 1. 2001 Image Understanding. Niemann.K. Inc. Page 35 of 97 .C. Winter Term English Prof. 1993 • Jain. A. graph-based and contour-based segmentation. morphological and edge operations and segmentation approaches.de 3 term Master INFOTECH. mathematics The student possesses theoretical and practical knowledge about essential operations and notions of images processing. 1997 • Nilsson. (Eds. Paul Levi Institute of Parallel and Distributed Systems. R. nat. Shapiro.00 Hours None Written Examination Weight 1. The student is especially proficient with digital methods of image transformation. habil. 1998 • Kropatsch. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language DATE: 10.: Three-dimensional computer vision: A geometric viewpoint. Addison Wesley.. L. Massachusetts London. Core Module Basic knowledge of programming techniques. Dr. Springer-Verlag New York.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours.: Fundamentals of digital image processing. Image Understanding Department +49 711 7816 387 Paul. Vol.. R.0 1 Every second semester.uni-stuttgart. Cambridge. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers.: Digital Image Processing. twice per year rd Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . rer.. The main points are Continuous fourier transform and convolution.0 120 min. spatial & color image enhancement.. O..0 SWS Presence Time: 45. R.: Artificial Intelligence: A new synthesis. houghtransformation. N.Levi@ipvs.E. features extraction.. Prentice-Hall Internation. England. discrete fourier transform and convolution.): Digital Image Analysis: Selected Techniques and Applications. W. This includes filtering.J. 1989 • Haralick. 1993 • Sagerer.. II. edge detection. • Gonzalez.: Computer and Robot Vision. application of mathematical morphology and an introduction into semantic image processing/understanding.: Semantic Networks for Understanding Scenes. Plenium Press. 2.G. AddisonWesley Publishing Company. 2002 • Faugeras.02. H.00 Hours Sum: 180.2009 Image Understanding 051200121 6 4. Exercise. Lecture. mathematical morphology. G.

Winter Term Exercise for „Imaging Science“.02. Winter Term English Prof. Winter Term Presence Time: 45.. Woods. L. 2.: Computer Vision. J. Gunther Heidemann VIS-IS 0711-7816-439 ais@vis. C. • Basics of optics and image acquisition • Image representation and graphics file formats • Basic image processing operations • Linear and nonlinear filtering. Additional Information (Optional) Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop Presentation From: Bachelor Program Informatik & Softwaretechnik to: Information Technology Page 36 of 97 .uni-stuttgart.: Digital Image Processing • Forsyth. 2. Thomas Ertl. R.D.: Bildverarbeitung Ad Oculos 020416 Lecture „Imaging Science“. Kreyss. contours • Basics of pattern recognition • Jähne.0 1 Semester Every second semester.. Prof. Prof. H.. J.: Digital Image Processing • Tönnies. compression (e. Prof.00 Hours Sum: 180.g. • Bässmann.: Computer Vision • Gonzalez.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Carsten Dachsbacher..0 120 min. Dr. S. Dr.2009 Imaging Science 051900210 6 4. • Ability to apply image processing and computer vision algorithms to problems of the field. Prof. Stockman. R. D.: Grundlagen der Bildverarbeitung.C. Ponce. A Modern Approach • Shapiro. color. Core Module Advanced Higher Mathematics Understand the foundations of digital image and video acquisition.00 Hours Exercises Written Examination Weight 1. Dr. Paul Levi.de Prof. representation and processing. L.00 Hours Self Study: 135. MPEG) • Image enhancement and restoration • Basic segmentation methods: Histograms. K.. Dr. E.0 SWS.0 SWS. Daniel Weiskopf Master INFOTECH.G.. Eddins. G. twice per year • Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 19 20 21 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . Gunther Heidemann. Dr. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible DATE: 10. Dr. morphological operators • Fourier representation and processing in Fourier space • Orthogonal transforms such as cosine and wavlets • Compression: Generic and domain specific methods • Video: Representation.. B. AVI.

ias. Development Methods for Automation Systems.-Ing.00 Hours None Written Examination Weight 1. c.: 0711 / 685-67301 E-Mail: ias@ias..00 Hours Sum: 180. twice per year Lab Course Industrial Automation 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . Peter Göhner Institute of Industrial Automation and Software Engineering Tel. Dr. Dr.uni-stuttgart. Prentice Hall.-Ing. P. Core Module Basics of Industrial Automation The students are capable to execute automation projects professionally and to use the required development and automation methods. Springer.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Dr.de/ias • 376060 Lecture “Industrial Automation Systems”. Automation Projects. Automation with Qualitative Models.2009 Industrial Automation Systems Every second semester. Summer Term English Prof. Safety and Reliability of Automation Systems • Stenerson: Industrial Automation and Process Control. h.0 120 min. Summer Term • 376070 Exercise for “Industrial Automation Systems”..:Prozessautomatisierung Volume 2 (3 Edition). Dr. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop Presentation with recording of lectures and exercises from: Master Program Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik to: Information Technology Page 37 of 97 . R. Automation Methods.02. Summer Term Presence Time: 45. Peter Göhner Master INFOTECH. 2002 rd • Lauber.00 Hours Self Study Time: 135. 2 SWS.. 2 SWS. and the required software tools. h. c. Göhner.0 1 DATE: 10.de Prof. 1999 • Lecture Notes • Lecture portal with lecture records on http://www. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 050501012 6 4.uni-stuttgart.

• Lecture Notes “Intelligent Sensors and Actors”.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. with most processes being available in our clean room. Our institute has strong links with semiconductor manufacturing companies. monolithic integration techniques. Dr. Summer Term English Prof. The course also covers all aspects of Si device processing. twice per year 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Board. Students can therefore gain familiarity with fabrication techniques including deposition.0 SWS • Intelligent Sensors and Actors. J. Core Module Basic understanding in material science and microelectronic device functions.00 Hours Self Study: 135. packaging • Examples with emphasis on automotive applications. Dr.uni-stuttgart. • Sensor and actor principles • Micromachining in silicon • Integration with microelectronics circuits • Device principles.Principles and Applications.. Additional Information (Optional) Written Examination “Intelligent Sensors and Actors” Weight 1. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application/Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites 050500 001 6 4.02. photolithography.00 Hours 12 Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . 2.00 Hours Sum: 180. Exercise. wet and dry etching. 2. This course covers the design and fabrication of a range of silicon-based devices from diodes and transistors.: Microsensors. and diffusion. habil. oxidation. habil.de Prof.. Lecture. to sensors and actuators such as those used in automotive applications. Wiley • Intelligent Sensors and Actors.0 SWS Presence Time: 45.2009 Intelligent Sensors and Actors Every second semester.0 120 min. characteristics. Jörg Schulze Master INFOTECH.0 1 DATE: 12. reflected in the course syllabus.W. Jörg Schulze Institut für Halbleitertechnik 685 68000 schulze@iht. • Gardner. PowerPoint (laptop presentation) from: to: Page 38 of 97 .

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ITSM 6 4 1 Annual (SS) english Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Jähnert, MFG Baden-Württemberg 0711 90715 501 Dr.- Ing. Jürgen Jähnert Master INFOTECH, Core Module, Supplementary Module CN In this lecture the basic knowledge and formal knowledge of IT service management is taught. At the end of the course the student has the ability to systematically and comprehensively solve current problems of the IT operation. The student further got an introduction in related aspects like (legal aspects of IT service management, business related aspects of IT Service management and basics of business process management) Terminilogy and operating concepts, Security, Infrastructure design, Process modeling, Service, formal SLA agreement and management, economic efficiency, operational aspects, Identity Management, Access Management, Accounting, Billing, Charging, Lecture Notes, Nakhjiri & Nakhjiri: AAA and Network Security for Mobile AccessWiley press, ISBN: 0-47001194-7 Andrew S. Tannenbaum, Computer Networks, Prentice Hall, ISBN 0-13038488-7 www.tmforum.org www.itil.org 4V Presence Time: 45.00 hours Self study: 135.00 hours Sum: 180.00 hours none Oral Examination once a year, 60 min -

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Every second semester, Summer Term English Prof. Dr. Martin Radetzki Institut für Technische Informatik, Abt. Eingebettete Systeme 7816 - 270 martin.radetzki@informatik.uni-stuttgart.de Prof. Dr. Martin Radetzki Master INFOTECH, Core Module none Understanding of and practical experience with fundamental models of computation and their simulation, ability to apply them to embedded systems specification. Given the complexity and implementation cost of contemporary electronic systems, it is essential to specify their intended functionality before elaborating the implementation. This course focuses on the model-based and executable specification of embedded systems and covers the following topics: Hierarchical concurrent state machine models; Kahn process networks, synchronous data flow networks; specification of timing, concurrency, and non-functional aspects; object-oriented modelling of embedded systems; event-driven simulation with the example of the SystemC library; modeling levels with emphasis on transaction level modeling; application to embedded systems specification; integrated handson exercises using SystemC. • Lecture Notes “Modeling, Simulation, and Specification”. • Jantsch: Modeling Embedded Systems and SoCs Concurrency and Time in Models of Computation. Morgan Kaufman Publishers, 2004. • Black, D.; Donovan,D.: SystemC from the Ground Up. Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2004. 02780 Lecture „Modeling, Simulation, and Specification“, 3.0 SWS 02781 Exercises for „Modeling, Simulation, and Specification“, 1.0 SWS Presence Time: 45.00 hours Self Study: 135.00 hours Sum: 180.00 hours none • • Marked computer exercises, Weight 0.25, during the lecture period Written examination, weight 0.75, 90 minutes

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050400001 6 4,0 1 Every 2nd semester, summer term English Prof. Volker Diekert Institut für Formale Methoden der Informatik (FMI) 7816-329 diekert@fmi.uni-stuttgart.de Variable Master INFOTECH, Core Module None The aim of this course is to enable students to grasp and apply the basics of formally specifying and verifying parallel, distributed systems. The students shall learn how to model and analyse systems with Petri-nets. Moreover, the students are able to express system properties in the temporal logics LTL and CTL, and to model check such properties against a finite system description (Kripke structure). Finally, basic implementation issues are to be understood by an introduction to BDDs and an algorithm to identify strongest connected components in a directed graph. The first part of this course gives an introduction to the modeling and analysis of parallel and distributed systems with Petri-nets. Basic analysis techniques, like reachability- and coverability graph, place invariants, and traps are considered. The second part introduces the specification of system properties with temporal logics both linear time (with LTL) and branching time (with CTL). Suitable model-checking techniques for both LTL and CTL are given to verify properties on systems. Such techniques form the basics of computer aided verification algorithms. Finally the course ends with the consideration of binary decision diagrams (BDD) as the predominant data structure for representing sets in implementations of the verification procedures described earlier. • Reisig: Elements of Distributed Algorithms: Modeling and Analysis with Petri Nets, Springer, 1998 • Reisig: Petrinetze: Eine Einführung, Springer, 1986 • Clarke; Grumberg; Peled: Model Checking, MIT Press, 1999 • Thomas, W:: Automata on In finite Objects, Chapter 4 in Handbook of Theoretical Computer Science • Holzmann, G.: The Spin Model Checker, Addison-Wesley, 2003 • Andersen, H.R.: An Introduction to Binary Decision Diagrams, Lecture notes, Department of Information Technology, IT University of Copenhagen, http://www.itu.dk/people/hra/bdd97-abstract.html 02805, Networks and Processes, lectures + exercises, 4,0 SWS, Winter term Presence Time: 45.00 Hours Self Study: 138.00 Hours Sum: 180.00 Hours None Written Examination Weight 1.0 120 min, twice per year

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Parrent and B. J.00 Hours Self Study: 135.0 SWS. Additional Information (Optional) 19 Media Form Laptop Presentation. 1. twice per year Lab Course Optical Signal Processing 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a b 18 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . 3.2009 Optical Signal Processing 051620021 6 4. Wiley • Lecture „Optical Signal Processing“.B.. Blackboard Presentation Page 42 of 97 .-Ing. Thomson. Optics.00 Hours Sum: 180. Core Module System and Signal Theory Understanding the principles and methods used in physical (wavebased) optics. being able to describe and analyze optical systems using system theory based approaches • Optical Signals • Coherence Theory • Systems Theory of Linear Optical Systems • Analog Optical Signal Processing • Free Space Optical Propagation • Paraxial • Fresnel and Fraunhofer Approximations • Near Field Optics • Optical Imaging • Resolution Limit • Fourier Optics • Optical Filtering and Correlation • Optical Storage.02.0 SWS..0.00 Hours None Written Examination. 120 min.-Ing. Pergamon Press • G. Principles of Optics. Winter Term Presence Time: 45. CD • DVD • Blue Ray • Holography • Thin Hologram • Kogelnik Coupled Wave Equations • Volume Holograms • Optical Sensors • Lecture Notes „Optical Signal Processing“ • E. Norbert Frühauf ISB/LfB 0711-685-66922 lfb@lfb. SPIE Optical Engineering Press • A. Hecht. Vander Lugt.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours.0 1 Every second semester. Dr. Winter Term • Exercises for „Optical Signal Processing“.uni-stuttgart. Born and E. The New Physical Optics Notebook: Tutorials in Fourier Optics. Overhead Presentation. Addison-Wesley • M. Optical Signal Processing. Wolf. Weight 1. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application/Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets DATE: 10. Dr. Winter Term English Prof.de Prof. Norbert Frühauf Master INFOTECH.

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H. München. Herziger.: Optics 3rd edition (Addison Wesley. C. • Leigh. Schwerpunkt: Mikro-und Optoelektronik Master INFOTECH.00 hors • 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for .00 hours Self study 135.I..00 hours Sum 180. 1992). O. 1971)... Mathematics and Electrical Engineering Fundamentals of incoherent and coherent radiation and its generation using light emitting diodes and semiconductor lasers • Communication via glass fibers • Radiation detection with photodetectors. 1989). B. • Wagemann. 70569 Stuttgart (0711) 6856 7140 juergen. 1996).. New York. Dr.: Devices for Optoelectronics (Dekker. H. Berlin.: Physik 16.L. Berlin.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. habil. C.E. W. Werner Institut für Physikalische Elektronik. Dr..de Prof. Core Module Basics of Physics. habil.G.: Optoelektronik II (Springer-Verlag. Teich. Stuttgart. Auflage (Springer. • Weber. • Winstel. 1998).. H. Fachsemester.werner@ipe. M. J. Werner Pflichtmodul. Diodenlaser und pn-Photodioden (Carl Hanser. • Bludau. • Gerthsen.: Optical Processes in Semiconductors (Dover Publications.: Fundamentals of Photonics (Wiley Interscience. Weyrich. Peading.O. 1981).. New York. 1998).2009 Optoelectronic Devices and Circuits I Every second semester.: Grundlagen der optoelektronischen Halbleiterbauelemente (Teubner. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 050513001 6 4 1 DATE: 10. Jürgen H.: Laser – Grundlagen und Anwendungen (PhysikVerlag Weinheim. G. twice a year Page 44 of 97 . Jürgen H. BSc.02. MA. 6. W. 120 min. Berlin.: Lichtwellenleiter – Übertragungs. Pfaffenwaldring 47. 1972). Weight 1. H.und Sensortechnik (VDEVerlage. Schmidt. • Daleh. • Pankove. G. 1995). Kneser.T. Optoelectronics I Lecture 2 SWS Exercise 2 SWS Presence time: 45. 1986). • Strobel.0. New York. Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik.: Halbleiteroptoelektronik: Die physikalischen Grundlagen der LEDs. summer semester English Prof. Written Examination. H..uni-stuttgart. E. • Basics of incoherent and coherent radiation • Semiconductor basics • Excitation and recombination processes in semiconductors • Light emitting diodes • Semiconductor lasers • Glass fibers • Photodetectors • Hecht. Vogel.

Freude: Optische Nachrichtentechnik. Huethig-Verlag. Heidelberg.00 Hours Sum: 180. 2. Manfred Berroth Institut für Elektrische und Optische Nachrichtentechnik 0711/68567922 Manfred.Berroth@int. Irwin-Verlag.0 SWS Exercises « Optoelectronic Devices and Circuits II ". twice a year 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . Springer-Verlag.de Prof.2009 Optoelectronic Devices and Circuits II Prof.-Ing. Dr. Dr. Springer-Verlag.0 120 min.. Blackboard Presentation von: nach: Page 45 of 97 .02. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop Presentation.-Ing. 2.uni-stuttgart.00 Hours Self Study: 135. Berlin. 1995 • Unger: Optische Nachrichtentechnik Teil 1 und 2. Berlin. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application/Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 050200007 6 4.0 1 Every second semester. Berlin. Winter term English DATE: 10. 1992/1993 Lecture « Optoelectronic Devices and Circuits II ". 1991 • Pollock: Fundamentals of Optoelectronics. Manfred Berroth Master INFOTECH. 1992 • Grau. Core Module Bachelor of Science Understanding of integrated waveguides and active optical devices for telecommunication applications • Wave propagation in planar waveguides • Integrated waveguides an passive structures • Optical amplifiers • Semiconductor lasers • Modulators • Photodiodes • Systems • Lecture Notes • Ebeling: Integrated Optoelectronics.00 Hours None • • • Written Examination Weight 1.0 SWS Presence Time: 45..Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours.

design methods and tools for design and test of integrated circuits • VLSI-design • Top-Down-Design • Technologies for integrated circuits • Design tools • Test of integrated circuits • Clock distribution and asynchronous circuits • Alternative technologies und Logic families • Lecture Notes • Hoffmann: VLSI-Entwurf.00 Hours Self Study: 135. 2.02. Winter term English DATE: 10..2009 Physical Design of Integrated Circuits Prof.0 SWS Exercises « Physical Design of Integrated Circuits ".de Prof.0 120 min.0 SWS Presence Time: 45. Eshraghian: Principles of CMOS VLSI Design. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application/Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 050200006 6 4.Berroth@int.0 1 Every second semester. Blackboard Presentation von: nach: Page 46 of 97 . Dr. 2.00 Hours Sum: 180.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. A Systems Perspective. Core Module Bachelor of Science Understanding of integrated circuit design. Springer Verlag 1991 • Reifschneider: CAE-gestützte IC-Entwurfsmethoden..-Ing. twice a year 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . Prentice Hall 1998 Lecture « Physical Design of Integrated Circuits ".-Ing. technology. Modelle und Schaltungen. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop Presentation. Oldenburg Verlag 1996 • West.uni-stuttgart. Manfred Berroth Master INFOTECH. Manfred Berroth Institut für Elektrische und Optische Nachrichtentechnik 0711/68567922 Manfred. Dr. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company 1988 • Wojtkowiak: Test und Testbarkeit digitaler Schaltungen. Teubner 1988 • Wunderlich: Hochintegrierte Schaltungen: Prüfgerechter Entwurf und Test.00 Hours None Written Examination Weight 1.

Winter Semester English N. 3rd Ed. • Lecture script. • Pozar: Microwave Engineering..0 SWS. Coupled transmission lines.0 120 min. • Lecture “Radio Frequency Technology”.00 Hours Sum: 180. 2nd Ed. 2. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 050600026 6 4. of Eng. 2005. Siweris : Noise in High-Frequency Circuits and Oscillators.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours.uni-stuttgart. 1986.. Rolfes.de N. • Marcuvitz. rectangular hollow waveguide. two-port amplifiers and stability. Waveguide Handbook.2009 Radio Frequency Technology Every second semester. John Wiley & Sons.N.00 Hours None Written Examination Weight 1. Winter Semester Presence Time: 45. 2002. noise and its treatment in radio frequency circuits. twice per year 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . directional couplers. • Collin: Foundation of Microwave Engineering. 1999..N. • Collin: Field Theory of Guided Waves.. cavity resonators. Core Module Basics of Radio Frequency Technology The students have knowledge and understanding of various electromagnetic waveguiding phenomena as well as of cavity resonators and radio frequency amplifiers including receiver noise phenomena. and Techn. John Wiley & Sons. IHF 0711-685-67422 mail@ihf..0 1 DATE: 10. Master INFOTECH. Inst. 2006. circular hollow waveguide. John Wiley & Sons. John Wiley & Sons.02. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Blackboard Presentation + Overhead Presentation from: Master Program Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik to: Information Technology Page 47 of 97 .00 Hours Self Study: 135. hollow waveguide circuits. • Schiek. Winter Semester • Exercises for “Radio Frequency Technology”. 2.0 SWS.

Dr.0 SWS) Presence Time: 45. Summer or Winter term. Java and Unix are helpful. 120 minutes written. beliebig Master-Programm Softwaretechnik. Addison Wesley (March 2001) • Lecture Notes (annually revised) 02652 lecture: Real-Time Programming (3..Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. A. However.0 1 Every second semester. C. Erhard Plödereder ISTE/PS 0711-7816-322 ploedere@informatik. as announced English Prof. Wahlpflicht. Students will have acquired knowledge about the major differences that distinguishes general programming from real-time programming.: Wellings.uni-stuttgart.0 SWS) 02653 lab class: Real-Time Programming (1. Erhard Plödereder • • • Master INFOTECH. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application/Allocation to Curriculum DATE: 10. The course focuses on the specific requirements arising from programming real-time (or embedded) systems.0. They can assess the specific and identifiable risks associated with the use of certain features commonly present in today’s programming languages. Vertiefungsmodul.: Real-Time Systems and Programming Languages. Dr. These systems differ from the typical.00 Hours Sum: 180. They know the mechanisms by which tools can assist to provide guarantees about maximum memory requirements. Knowledge of Ada. The following topics are covered: • Introduction to real-time systems • Memory management • Fault tolerance and error recovery • Scheduling in real-time applications • Concurrency • Communication and synchronization • Device communication and interrupts • Response Time Analysis Textbook: • Burns. significant programming experience (not necessarily in real-time application) from any source is highly advisable to be able to follow the contents of this module.de Prof. Vertiefungsmodul. but not specifically required.00 Hours None Real-Time Programming Weight 1. beliebig None within the Master program. Core Module Master-Programm Informatik..02. Page 48 of 97 .A.2009 Real-time Programming 051510301 6 4. They are capable to judiciously apply certain language features to construct highly reliable software that meets deadlines imposed on timely response.00 Hours Self Study: 135. twice a year 11 Prerequisites 12 Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . Wahlpflicht. more traditional information processing systems and hence place new requirements on the programming language as well as the programmer. They understand the mechanisms that allow early guarantees that deadlines will be met.

auxiliary media. chalk on blackboard Real-Time Programming.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop presentation.d. human voice. 051510301 from: Faculty 5 to: t. Page 49 of 97 .b.

• Structuring: photolithography. dry etching. silicide contacts. profiles. habil. U. plasma enhanced deposition. Wiley • Hilleringmann. • Chang. habil.de Prof. • Semiconductor devices: diodes. 2. Core Module Device principles. etching techniques.. Sze. defects. Exercise.0 1 Every second semester. • Semiconductor materials and semiconductor devices: raw materials.: ULSI-Devices.uni-stuttgart. material engineering The student understands the basics of device fabrication and integrated circuits manufacture.Y.0 SWS Presence Time: 42. C. Powerpoint (laptop presentation) from: to: Page 50 of 97 . • Crystal growth: refining. ion implantation. Teubner Semiconductor Technology I. improved understanding of frond end of line (FEOL) processing and related equipment. Winter Term English Prof. 2. • Bonding techniques and mounting.: Silizium-Halbleitertechnologie. thermal oxide. field effect transistors. • Film deposition: dielectric films.00 Hours Self Study: 135. in situ analysis.00 Hours 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . resolution limits. anisotropy. • Metals. selectivity. Additional Information (Optional) Written Examination “Semiconductor Technology I” Weight 1. Lecture.0 SWS Semiconductor Technology I. • Epitaxy: surface. interconnect. Jörg Schulze Master INFOTECH. Dr. S..00 Hours Sum: 180.. 120 min. integrated circuits. self adjustment • Lecture Notes “Semiconductor Technology I”. • Semiconductor measurement techniques.2009 Semiconductor Technology I 050500 002 6 4. • Doping methods: diffusion. Jörg Schulze Institut für Halbleitertechnik 685 68000 schulze@iht. poly-Si. lift off. chemical vapor deposition (CVD). bipolar transistors. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application/Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets DATE: 12. wet etching.02. methods. planar technology.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours.0. Dr. twice per year 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Board.

: 0711 / 685-67301 E-Mail: ias@ias. 70550 Stuttgart Tel. printed lecture and exercise handouts.0 SWS.: Software Engineering Addison Wesley. analysis and design methods for real-time software. Additional Information (Optional) Acquire basic knowledge and skills about software engineering for embedded real-time software systems. project management. W. design of real-time systems.0 SWS. Weight 1. 2000 • Lecture portal with lecture records on http://www.: Software Engineering for Real-Time Systems AddisonWesley. 2002 • Lewis.0.: Embedded Systems Design (2nd ed. c.de Dr. Auerbach Publications. twice per year 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop presentation. • Sommerville.0 1 Every second semester. Dr.uni-stuttgart. case studies. Peter Göhner Pfaffenwaldring 47. I.. J.2009 Software Engineering for Real-Time Systems 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for ..Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Internet accessible recording of lectures and exercises Software Engineering for Real-Time Systems from: to: Information Technology Page 51 of 97 . h. real-time software development process.).de/ser • 371080. industrialization of software. Winter Term Presence Time: 45. 2006 • Cooling. Lecture “Software Engineering for Real-Time Systems” 2.uni-stuttgart. Newnes. understand the development process for real-time software from requirements to maintenance Introduction to real-time systems and embedded systems. model-driven development.-Ing. Winter Term English Prof. software verification and validation.-Ing. challenges of software engineering for real-time systems.ias. 120 min. Christof Ebert Master INFOTECH.00 Hours Sum: 180.E. 2002 • Heath. Core Module Basics of computer science DATE: 12. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 050501011 6 4.00 Hours Self Study Time: 135. understand the specific challenges of software engineering for real-time systems.: Software Testing and Continuous Quality Improvement. Dr. requirements engineering. S. Winter Term • 371090 Exercise for “Software Engineering for Real-Time Systems” 2.00 Hours none Written Examination.02.

Pfaffenwaldring 47. Werner Institut für Physikalische Elektronik. Black Board 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module from: to Page 52 of 97 . 2 ed. Core Module Knowledge in Microelectronics Basic understanding of the quantization of electronic states in semiconductors. Fachsemester. (Prentice Hall. Dr.00 hours Self study: 135. twice a year PowerPoint. Upper Saddle River. Jürgen H. Master INFOTECH.02. 70569 Stuttgart (0711) 6856 7140 juergen. NJ USA). 2002 Solid State Electronics Lecture 2 SWS Solid State Electronics Exercise 2 SWS Presence time: 45. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language DATE: 10.F. 1.: Advanced Semiconductor Fundamentals. band structure and band models • Electrons described by waves • Electronic bands in Solids • Quasi-Fermi-levels • Emission of electrons from solids • Schottky contacts • Optoelectronic effects in semiconductors • Characterization of semiconductors nd Pierret.00 hours Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for .00 hours Sum: 180..und Optoelektronik. Werner Wahl-Pflichtmodul.werner@ipe. Jürgen H.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours.uni-stuttgart.de Prof. habil.. MSc. Additional Information (Optional) Written Examination Weight 1. Schwerpunkt: Mikro. R. Dr.0 120 min. Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik.2009 Solid State Electronics 050513021 6 4 1 Every second semester. winter semester English Prof. habil..

Summer Term Presence Time: 45. transform of parameters • Bayesian parameter estimation.Adaptive filter. McGraw-Hill.S. Dr..yang@LSS. 4. maximum-likelihood (ML) estimator. M. minimum variance unbiased estimator (MVUE). 2000 • Lecture „Statistical and adaptive signal processing“.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Dr. method of steepest descent • Linear prediction.00 hours Self Study: 135. covariance matrix. Cramer-Rao bound. Auflage. 1. Core Module Course “Advanced Higher Mathematics”.0.: Statistical and adaptive signal processing. 2.2009 Statistical and Adaptive Signal Processing Every second semester. Summer Term English Prof. maximum a posteriori (MAP). • Kay.00 hours Sum: 180. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application/Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 051610022 6 4. LMS and RLS algorithm • Lecture slides. design of optimum filters (Wiener and Kalman filter) and adaptive filters. Prentice-Hall.de Prof. 1. Levinson-Durbin algorithm. mean square error (MSE) • Classical parameter estimation. minimum mean square error (MMSE). Summer Term • Exercises „Statistical and adaptive signal processing“. 120 min. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Blackboard + Projector + Beamer von: nach: Page 53 of 97 .. leastsquares (LS) estimator.:: Fundamentals of statistical signal processing: Estimation theory. Bin Yang ISB/LSS Tel: 0711/68567330 bin.uni-stuttgart. linear MMSE • Wiener filter.G. Weight 1. 2002 • Manolakis. vol.5 SWS. bias. et al. lattice filter • Kalman filter • . D. Prentice-Hall. once per year 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . “System and Signal Theory” Students learn advanced statistical methods and algorithms for parameter estimation (classical and Bayes parameter estimation).5 SWS.: Adaptive filter theory. Bin Yang Master INFOTECH.-Ing. 1993 • Haykin.02.-Ing. S.0 1 DATE: 10.00 hours None Written Examination. • Parameter estimation.

Daniel Weiskopf Prof. Dr..00 Hours Exercises Written Examination.. Müller. Winter Term English Prof.. Dr. Daniel Weiskopf VISUS Tel..: Visualisierung: Grundlagen und allgemeine Methoden. Core Module Advanced Higher Mathematics Introductory course on programming (e. 2000 • Hansen. algorithms. The following topics are covered in this course: • Introduction.de Prof. Thomas Ertl. 2006 021811 Visualization. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible DATE: 10.. as covered in 051520005 Programmierung und Software-Entwicklung).. data structures) • Perceptual aspects • Basics of visual mappings • Visualization of scalar fields (isosurface extraction.uni-stuttgart. material and assignments for exercises will be provided. knowledge of linear algebra.. (eds. history. Kniss. established techniques from the field of interactive computer graphics as well as newly developed techniques are applied.0.R. Weiskopf. C.g. C. Hadwiger. Lecture with exercises. M. visualization pipeline • Data acquisition and representation (sampling. topology) • Tensor fields. 0711 / 7816-368 E-Mail: weiskopf@visus. volume rendering) • Vector field visualization (particle tracing. The goal is to obtain a deeper insight or a simpler representation of complex phenomena or facts.. simulation. numerical mathematics Students will have obtained knowledge about the foundations.: Real-time Volume Graphics. W. C. Visualization deals with all aspects of visual representation of data from scientific experiments.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. 4. D. J.02. or similar data sources.00 Hours Self Study: 135. Literature: • Schumann. Elsevier.00 Hours Sum: 180. twice a year Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . To achieve this goal. Page 54 of 97 .): The visualization handbook. 2005 • Ware: Information Visualization: Perception for Design. medical scanners. H. 120 min.M. texture-based methods. Carsten Dachsbacher Master INFOTECH.0 SWS Presence Time: 45. multi-attribute data • High-dimensional data and information visualization Course slides will be provided.D. and data structures of visualization as well as practical skills through working with visualization software. Dr.0 1 Semester Every second semester. Rezk-Salama. basic programming skills. 2004 • Engel. Weight 1. K. Johnson. Dr. Prof. reconstruction. grids.2009 Visualization 051900013 6 4.

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In the last part of the lecture Web services are discussed in detail.2010 Web Technologies 052001??? 6 4. Pearson Education Limited 2008 Lecture „Web Technologies“ (Prof. V:“Web Services” Springer 2004 • Wilde. Frank Leymann. Frank Leymann.. Frank Leymann Institute of Architecture of Application Systems (IAAS) 0711-7816 470 leymann@iaas. Additional Information (Optional) Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Laptop Presentation Import-Export Module from: Master Program Informatik to: Information Technology Page 56 of 97 . First of all integration at the UI level is covered. Dr.uni-stuttgart. H. Springer 1999 • Papazoglou. Storey. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets DATE: 13. are discussed. CSS. T. Prentice Hall 2005 • Alonso. WAP... F.. The goal is to understand the big picture behind the numerous Web service standards and standard proposals: The evolution of a „"service bus“. HTML.0 1 Every second semester. S. E. and Servlets/JSPs.00 Hours Self study: 135. 2.0 SWS. Casati. Dr. Standards such as SOAP.5) 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 19 20 21 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for .: “Web Services Platform Architecture”.P.07... • Lecture Notes Web Technology • Weerawarana. etc.. Dimka Karastoyanova). D. JP Dr. Students should understand Web technologies as integration technology. Dr. Summer Term English Prof.00 Hours Sum: 180.. Kuno. WS-Coordination. twice a year (Weight 0. E-Mail protocols used for the “integration of humans” are covered. F. WS-Policy. Machiraju. G. 60 min.de Prof. Curbera. F. Summer Term Presence time: 45.: “World Wide Web”.. Ferguson. JP Dr.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours.5) Exercises Examination (Weight 0. M. WS-BPEL. Core Module None The main goal of the lecture is to describe the evolution oft he Web into an integration platform.: “Web Services: Principles & Technology”. Dimka Karastoyanova Master INFOTECH. In particular the access to and visualization of information using HTTP. WSDL. Leymann.00 Hours None Written Examination. The lecture covers the field of Web based application integration using Web technologies.

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0 SWS.: “JPEG2000 Standard for Image Compression” • Symes. Simon). Dr. K: “Introduction to Data Compression” • Salomon. Supplementary Modules SM12. Sven Simon Master INFOTECH.02.0 SWS. P. 2..0 120 min. understanding of image and video compression processes. • Quantization • Image representation and image transforms • Applications of Data Compression Algorithms • e. D.g.: “Video Compression” Lecture „ Data Compression“ (S.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours..-Ing. overview of the modern compression standards. 2.uni-stuttgart.00 Hours Sum: 180. T.00 Hours None Written Examination Weight 1. Simon). irregular Presence Time: 45.de Prof. Lecture Course • Basic Knowledge of Mathematics • Basic Knowledge of a Programming Language Good understanding of data compression concepts and fundamental compression algorithms.: “Data Compression Reference” • Acharya.-S.00 Hours Self Study: 138. MPEG • Sayood. Tsai. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets DATE: 10. twice per year Master Thesis in the Field of Computer Hardware/Software Systems 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . • Introduction to data compression: Entropy • Fundamental lossless data compression algorithms: • Huffman Coding • Arithmetic Coding • Dictionary Methods • Context-based Compression • Fundamentals of lossy compression.0 1 Irregular English Prof. irregular Exercise “Data Compression” (S. Facsimile Transmission. Dr. JPEG. Sven Simon IPVS 0711-7816-450 simon@ipvs.D..-Ing. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop Presentation from: Computer Science Department to: Information Technology Page 58 of 97 . reduction of irrelevancy. P.2009 Data Compression 051200134 6 4.

uni-stuttgart. nearest neighbours. twice per year 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application/Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 051610023 6 4. k-means clustering • Lecture slides.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours.0 1 DATE: 10. D.0 120 min.M. Bin Yang Master INFOTECH. Dr. likelihood-ratio test • Pattern recognition • Feature selection. linear discriminant functions. hypothesis testing.-Ing.: Fundamentals of statistical signal processing: Detection theory.00 Hours Sum: 180. 1993 • Duda. WileyInterscience. Neyman-Pearson Theorem.. Summer Term Presence Time: 45.G.de Prof.5 SWS. Stork. Lecture „Detection and pattern recognition“.yang@LSS. P. Dr. Bayes risk. Bayesian classification. Prentice-Hall. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Blackboard + Projector + Beamer von: nach: Page 59 of 97 . Hart. Gaussian mixture model. vol. S.. Lecture Course Course “Advanced Higher Mathematics”. 2001. “System and Signal Theory” Students learn advanced statistical methods and algorithms for detection and pattern recognition. R.5 SWS.02. 1..E.00 Hours Self Study: 135. Summer Term English Prof. feature transform • Supervised learning.. • Detection theory.2009 Detection and Pattern Recognition Every second semester. Bin Yang ISB/LSS Tel: 0711/68567330 bin. receiver operating characteristics (ROC). Supplementary Modules SM12.00 Hours None Written Examination Weight 1. • Kay. neural networks • Unsupervised learning. Summer Term Exercises „Detection and pattern recognition“.-Ing.: Pattern classification. 2.O. 2. matched filter.

Kühn). Master Thesis projects 9 10 11 Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites 12 Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . MIT Press.uni-stuttgart. Costellu. Fire.J. Viterbi.: Digital Communications – Fundamentals and Applications. Dr. Weldon.J.00 hours Sum: 180.W.00 hours Self study: 135.. Dr. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible 0509xxx) 6 4 1 STAND: 23. E. key management • Electronic signatures and attack protection • Lin. Prentice-Hall. Paul J..: Error Correcting Codes. Page 60 of 97 . Wozencraft and Fano decoding • Linear feedback shift register theory • Encoding and decoding algorithms and circuits • Pseudo random number generation • Scrambling crypto systems • Classical and modern cipher methods • Private and public key systems. Inc. 3.-Ing.B. Cambridge/Mass..: Computer Communications Security. 1. Prentice-Hall.de Prof. Inc. J. Lecture „Error Control Coding and Encryption“ (P. • Sklar.00 hours None Written examination (120 Min. Lecture Course Module Advanced Higher Mathematics • Channel coding schemes for automatic error detection and correction • Construction of codes and their implementation • Introduction to cryptographic methods • Public and private key systems and key management • Electronic signatures • Concepts of coding and encryption • Algebra of finite fields. modulo arithmetics • Block codes: Binary group codes. SS Presence time: 45.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Modul 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Andreas Kirstädter IKR 0711-685-68026 mail@ikr.07.-Ing. • Ford. D. Prentice-Hall.: Error Control Coding: Fundamentals and Applications. Reed Solomon) • Convolutional codes. SS Exercise “Error Control Coding and Encryption” (P. Kühn • Masterstudiengang Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik • Wahlmodul Schwerpunkt Informations. D. 2 times per year) Project work. Kühn). Inc.0 SWS. W. W. • Peterson.. Supplementary Modules SM12. summer semester English Prof.2009 Error Control Coding and Encryption Every second semester.. linear systematic codes.J. BCH.0 SWS. cyclic binary codes (Hamming.und Kommunikationstechnik • Master INFOTECH.

H.00Hours Sum: 180. comparators • integrated light sensors from single photo diode to HDRC VGA image sensor • other CMOS compatible sensors • principle of analogue to digital conversion • high voltage and high current driver circuits (smart power) • System integration • Lecture notes Integrated Smart Micro Systems. richter@ims-chips.00 Hours Self Study: 135. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible ISMS 6 4.und Mikroelektronische Systeme (INES) 0711-21855-200 joachim. 2. linearization and analogue to digital conversion.de Dr. Dr. burwick@ims-chips.de Master INFOTECH. 1. twice per years Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites 12 Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 19 20 21 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for .uni-stuttgart. Richter. Weight 1. C. Burwick. analogue and digital circuits. voltage and current references. The emphasis of the module will be on the principles of sensor properties and the processing of sensor signals including amplification.0 SWS Integrated Smart Micro Systems. drivers for integrated or external actuators.-Ing Joachim Burghartz Institut für Nano.2. Problems.0 SWS Integrated Smart Micro Systems.0 1 Date: 12.2009 Integrated Smart Micro Systems (ISMS) Every second semester.0 120 Min. DC and AC behavior • Basics of CMOS analogue circuits components..00 Hours None Written examination.0 SWS (one block) Presence Time: 45. amplifiers. Laboratory.de Dr. 1.. Lecture Course None Overall understanding of the design and implementation of integrated smart micro systems.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Supplementary Modules SM12. Major components of such systems are: integrated sensors. Lecture. Comprehensive overview on function and design of Integrated Smart Micro Systems: • History and Basics of IC Technology and integrated sensors / actuators • MOS Transistors. Summer Term English Prof.burghartz@ines. Additional Information (Optional) Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop Presentation von: nach: Page 61 of 97 .

Winter Term English Prof. Java Messaging Service API Tutorial and Reference AddisonWesley 2002 • Hohpe. Routing. et al. Winter Term Presence time: 45. 4.. Frank Leymann. MOM Architecture and Interfaces (MQ. Enterprise Integration Patterns. JMS) are introduced.0 1 Every second semester. Additional Information (Optional) Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Laptop Presentation Import-Export Module from: Master Program Informatik to: Information Technology Page 62 of 97 . Frank Leymann. Woolf. Transformations. Construction. JP Dr. Master IMSE. 60 min.2010 Messaging 052001??? 6 4.00 Hours Self study: 135.5) Exercises Examination (Weight 0. The relevant patterns used to solve the integration problem are mastered. Core Module None After attending the lecture. • Lecture Notes Message-Based Applications • Hapner. Addison-Wesley 2004 Lecture „Message-based Applications“ (Prof. Dimka Karastoyanova Master INFOTECH. twice a year (Weight 0. Dr.07. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites DATE: 13.00 Hours Sum: 180. Messages. Dr.. Dr. Management. JP Dr. Dimka Karastoyanova).0 SWS. The lecture covers the field of message-based application integration using messaging technologies.5) 12 Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 19 20 21 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . The major categories of Integration Pattern are sketched and the details these patterns are elaborated as there are: Endpoints. The architecture of MOM is clear. Frank Leymann Institute of Architecture of Application Systems (IAAS) 0711-7816 470 leymann@iaas. which is based on the use of Message-Oriented Middleware. Supplementary Module. students understand the problem of application integration as origin for Web Service technology. Channels. The principle of asynchronous programming is understood. and the generic principle for solving this problem.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. as well as details about the MQI and JMS. RPC and Tight Coupling are discussed.00 Hours None Written Examination.uni-stuttgart.de Prof.

. security methods. H.de Prof. web technologies XML technologies. B..0 120 min. J. W. Mitschang.van der : XML Schema. O Reilly.. June 2002 • Vist. WS Presence time 45. Rothermel). K. A. Means... 4th Edition.: Wehrle. Bernhard Mitschang Prof.00 hours None Written exam Weight 1.2009 Net-based Applications and E-Commerce 9 10 11 12 Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets Every second semester. 3rd Ed. R. E.: Understanding SQL and Java Together. web services. payment methods.. S. K. 2002 • McLaughlin. Bernhard Mitschang Institut/Lehrstuhl: IPVS/AS Telefon: 0711/7816-424 E-Mail: Bernhard. Kurt Rothermel Master INFOTECH. This course covers concepts. 2002 • Coulouris..0 SWS.: Peer-to-Peer Systems and Applications. and technologies that are required to realize net-based applications and e-commerce systems: • web technologies • databases concepts and programming • XML technologies • application-layer network protocols • web services • security methods • payment methods • Lecture Notes „Net-based Applications and E-Commerce“ • Tanenbaum. 16 17a 17b 18 Page 63 of 97 .: XML in a Nutshell. G. WS 02804 Übung zu “ Net-based Applications and E-Commerce ” (B. and technologies of net-based applications and e-commerce systems. M. Eisenberg. O'Reilly. Supplementary Modules SM12. 2000 02803 „Net-based Applications and E-Commerce“ (B.: Distributed Systems – Principles and Paradigms. Steen... J. Rothermel).02. 2002 • Melton. 2001 • Steinmetz..S. Korth. E.: Distributed Systems – Concepts and Design.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Modul 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. T. 2.Mitschang@ipvs. Springer.0 SWS. namely. methods. McGraw-Hill.: Java & XML. Prentice Hall. A.. Morgan Kaufmann. database concepts and programming. A.: Database Systems Concepts.00 hours Self study: 135.uni-stuttgart. methods. winter semester English Prof. 2005 • Silberschatz. 2. Kindberg. Addison Wesley. twice a year 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . Dollimore. 2nd Ed. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible 051200xxx) 6 4 1 STAND: 10. Lecture Course None Understanding basic concepts. O'Reilly. 2002 • Harold.00 hours Sum: 180. K.. Sudershan.v. application-layer network protocols. 2nd Ed. Mitschang.

twice per year Master Thesis in the Field of Computer Hardware/Software Systems Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . Simon). Dr. Programming Model of GPGPUs 5.00 Hours Self Study: 135. Simon). Systolic Arrays – SIMD-Architectures • Grama. G.uni-stuttgart.-Ing. Karypis. irregular Presence Time: 45.. A.0 SWS. 2.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Lecture Course • Basic Knowledge in Computer Architecture • Basic Knowledge of a Programming Language • Understanding Advanced Concepts of Parallel Systems and • Platform Concepts. Graphics Processing Units (GPU) 3. • Understanding the Impact of Parallel Hardware Architectures • On the Programming Model 1.: “VLSI Array Processing” Lecture „Parallel Systems“ (S. irregular Exercise “Parallel Systems” (S..Y. Gupta.00 Hours None Written Examination Weight 1.. Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) 7.0 1 Irregular English Prof. Reconfigurable Computing 8. Sven Simon IPVS 0711-7816-450 simon@ipvs.2009 Parallel Systems 051200135 6 4.de Prof. 2. S. Supplementary Modules SM12. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop Presentation from: Computer Science Department to: Information Technology Page 64 of 97 . Dr.0 SWS. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites DATE: 10.00 Hours Sum: 180.0 120 min. General Purpose GPU 4. Sven Simon Master INFOTECH.: “Introduction to Parallel Computing” • Kung.-Ing. A. Multicore Processors and Programming Models 2..02.

renewal.: Simulating Computer Systems-Techniques and Tools.: Queuing Systems. Inc. M. Lecture Course • Advanced Higher Mathematics • Communication Networks I.: Performance Evaluation of Communication Networks.uni-stuttgart. Flow and Capacity Design in Communication and Computer Networks. Artech House Lecture „Performance Modelling and Simulation“ (P. Inc. L.: Routing. Kirstädter)..J. Elsevier. Gray N. I: Theory. M. WS Presence time 45.00 hours Report Simulation Project Page 65 of 97 .Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Modul 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Dr. Addison-Wesley Publ. H.und Kommunikationstechnik • Master INFOTECH. Kirstädter). Andreas Kirstädter IKR 0711-685-68026 mail@ikr. Springer-Verlag. Medhi. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible 0509xxx) 6 4 1 STAND: 23. WS Exercises “Performance Modelling and Simulation” (P. 2nd Edition. winter semester English Prof. John Wiley&Sons.-Ing. Supplementary Modules SM12. Kühn Prof. Corp. non-renewal processes) • Mathematical analysis of queuing systems and networks (Markovian and non-Markovian models) • Method of system simulation • Random number generation and transformations • Event-by-event and Monte Carlo simulation • Sampling theory and traffic measurements • Confidence intervals • Simulation tools and libraries • Setup and evaluation of a network simulation task in small teams • Applications to system resource management. • Akimaru. Andreas Kirstädter • Masterstudiengang Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik.-Ing. II (helpful for applications) • Modeling of stochastic service systems • Elementary queuing theory • Simulation techniques and simulation tools • Application to communication and computer systems • System resource management • Network and system planning • Modeling structures.07. Vol.: Teletraffic Theory and Applications. D.. K.0 SWS. Wahlmodul Schwerpunkt Informations. Kühn und A. Dr.-Ing. • Mac Dougall. 2. Vol. dynamic traffic demands and quality of service • Introduction to theory of random variables and stochastic processes • Types of stochastic processes (Markov.H.: Modelling and Analysis-An Introduction to System Performance Evaluation. • Kleinrock. Dr. Kühn und A.00 hours h Sum: 180. II: Computer Applications.J. The MIT Press • Higginbottom. • Pioro.00 hours Self study: 135. operation modes. Paul J. network and system planning • Kobayashi. H. Kawashima.2009 Performance Modeling and Simulation 9 10 11 Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites 12 Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) 16 17a Every second semester.0 SWS.de Prof. 2.

. Blackboard Written examination (120 Min. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop-Presentation.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook 17b 18 Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for .. 2 times per year) Project work. Overhead. Master Thesis projects Page 66 of 97 ..

Dr. Supplementary Modules SM12. P. • Speidel. Minimum Mean Square Error.: Introduction to Space-Time Wireless Communications. MIMO) • Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) channel: linear flat fading and frequency selective fading wireless MIMO channel • Spatial multiplex. and applications from UMTS. July-Oct. E. 3. 2003 051100104.: 0711-685-68017 E-Mail: joachim. 2005. Maximum Likelihood • MIMO channel capacity..00 hours 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a 17b 18 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for .2009 Space-Time Wireless Communications 051100104 6 4 1 Every second term.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Modul 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours.: Space-Time Block Coding for Wireless Communications.speidel@inue. vol.1 SWS Presence time: Self study: Sum: None Written Exam Weight 1. Verlag Wissenschaft und Leben.uni-stuttgart. Cambridge University Press. Page 67 of 97 . iterative receivers • Applications • Exercises: Theoretical problems. Lecture Course B.00 hours 180. Telekommunikation Aktuell. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets STAND: 02. Joachim Speidel Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik Master. Stoica. 2003 • Paulraj. WLAN etc. Lecture and Exercise. Wahlfach. methods to achieve capacity • Space-time coding methods: Convolutional coding. Cambridge University Press. block and trellis coding • Decoding principles. Dr. 59.02. Vertiefungsmodul.: Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) – Drahtlose Nachrichtenübertragung hoher Bitrate und Qualität mit Mehrfachantennen.0 120 min.. SS English Prof. A.. J. in Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik To be proficient in design and application of wireless data communications systems with multiple antennas at transmitter and receiver (multiple input multiple output. pp.00 hours 135.-Ing. et al.-Ing. Joachim Speidel Institut für Nachrichtenübertragung Tel. issue 710/05. 2 oder 4 Master INFOTECH. diversity principles • MIMO receiver: Zero Forcing.de Prof.Sc. Turbo coding. twice a year --45. 1-63 • Larsson.

. model. The concept of a workflowbased application (or process aware information system.5) Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Laptop Presentation Import-Export Module from: Master Program Informatik to: Information Technology Page 68 of 97 . The formal syntax and operational semantics underlying many workflow languages has been comprehended.00 Hours Sum: 180. Winter Term English Prof. 60 min. 4. Advanced Features like subprocesses.. Production Workflow.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours.07.00 Hours Self study: 135. Tools.0 1 Every second semester. FDL. Executor. The evolution of Workflow Technology is discussed and the principles of Business Reengineering (BPM Lifecycle. Dr. BPEL) are introduced. The lecture introduces the foundations of the field of workflow systems.00 Hours None Written Examination. Prentice Hall 2000. Transaction Support in Workflows is discussed. The overall Architecture of WFMS (Navigator. JP Dr. Dr.de Prof.uni-stuttgart. Dr. Especially the languages BPEL and BPMN can be used to create own models. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites DATE: 13. Additional Information (Optional) Lecture „Workflow Managment“ (Prof.…) is explained. Frank Leymann. Process Model Graphs (Mathematical Syntax and operational Semantics) as basis of workflow metamodels are covered.5) Exercises Examination (Weight 0. Worklist Manager. twice a year (Weight 0. Winter Term Presence time: 45. Advanced mechanisms like faultand exception handling in workflows are clear. Workflow Languages and Notations (BPMN. The architecture of workflow environments is understood. Dimka Karastoyanova Master INFOTECH.…) is sketched. 12 Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 19 20 21 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . • Lecture Notes Workflow Management • Leymann.0 SWS. Dimka Karastoyanova). respectively) and corresponding lifecycle is clear. Core Module None At the end of the lecture the students understood the fundamental elements of languages for specifying workflow/process models.and instance modifications are touched. Frank Leymann. JP Dr. Frank Leymann Institute of Architecture of Application Systems (IAAS) 0711-7816 470 leymann@iaas. Roller.2010 Workflow Management 052001??? 6 4.

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rer.0 1 Every 2 English Prof.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Modul 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours.. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites STAND: 08.01. Lecture Course Basics in electronical engineering Physics Mathematics To achieve basics and in depth knowledge in semiconductor applications in traffic engineering.: Automotive Electronics – Semiconductor Applications in Traffic Engineering. • Base technologies using semiconductors • The purpose of traffic engineering • Semiconductor applications in traffic engineering • Sensor technology including smart sensors • Actuator technology • Display technology • Communication-technology in traffic engineering • Charge carrier mobility and vehicular traffic flow Kühne. summer term Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . traffic control and driver influencing systems as well as practical insights in sensor and actuator technology and – production.0 60 min.. Dr. twice every year nd term. R.habil Jörg Schulze Pfaffenwaldring 47.: 0711 / 685-68003 E-Mail: post@iht.nat Reinhart Kühne Master INFOTECH. Lecture Notes 2006 ? ? none Written Exam Weight 1.uni-stuttgart. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module von: nach: Page 70 of 97 .de Prof. Dr. Supplementary Modules SM3.2009 Automotive Electronics – Semiconductor Applications in Traffic Engineering ? 3 2. 70569 Stuttgart Tel.

• Lee: Planar Microwave Engineering. Waves on transmission lines • Transforming circuits.0 SWS Presence time: Self study: Sum: None Written Exam Weight 1.50 hours 90. Dr. Dr. Cambridge University Press. • Pozar: Microwave Engineering.2009 Basics of Radio Frequency Technology Every second semester.uni-stuttgart. winter semester English PD.-Ing. Pfaffenwaldring 47.. 2002.-Ing. Microwave resonators.. Zhu. Scattering matrices • Reflection of plane waves at boundaries • Rectangular waveguides. • Lecture script. Supplementary Modules. John Wiley & Sons. zhu@ihf. Lecture.0 60 min. N. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets ??? 3. Zhu Master INFOTECH. Basics of Radio Frequency Technology.01. 3rd Ed. 0711 685 67422. • Maxwell equations • Plane waves.0 2. Lecture Course Radio Frequency Technology: Introduction This module equips the students with the basic knowledge of the radio frequency technology and enables them to apply this knowledge to the daily work of an RF engineer like analyzing and designing passive RF circuits which consist of both lumped and distributed elements. N. Additional Information (Optional) Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Von nach Page 71 of 97 .00 hours 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 19 20 21 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . 70569 Stuttgart..de PD.50 hours 68.0 1 STAND: 21.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Modul 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. 2. Institut für Hochfrequenztechnik. 2005. twice every year 22.

uni-stuttgart. register transfer. twice a year 22. Design hierarchy: entities.02.J.0 1 Irregular English STAND: 10.00 hours Course Contents References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . Morgan Kaufman Publishers. Lecture an exercise. and logic gates. nd • Ashenden.de Prof. connections 2. 2. concurrency and timing. The following topics are covered by this course: 1.0 SWS Presence time: Self study: Sum: k Exercises Weight 0. Simulation mechanisms 9. Sven Simon Master INFOTECH.: The Student’s Guide to VHDL..radetzki@informatik.50 hours 68. • Ashenden. Concurrent sequential processes 4. 2 edition. Eingebettete Systeme 7816 . Description of repeated and recursive structures 8. Hardware description languages are being used for describing digital circuits on the levels of algorithms.270 martin. Dr. VHDL type system 5.. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible 051711015 3 2. Morgan Kaufman Publishers. Ability to apply VHDL to circuit simulation and register transfer level synthesis. Martin Radetzki Institut für Technische Informatik.2009 Hardware Description Languages Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets Prof. Supplementary Modules SM3. architectures. They facilitate an event-driven simulation and provide concepts for describing hierarchy. Modeling styles for describing typical hardware structures 6. instances. Testbenches and files 10.5 Written Exam Weight 0. P. Martin Radetzki Prof.5 30 min. synthesis semantics 7. VHDL for hardware synthesis.50 hours 90.: The Designer’s Guide to VHDL. P. Organization of VHDL based projects • Lecture Notes “Compact Course VHDL”. Dr. 2002.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Modul 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. 1998. Knowledge of syntax and semantics of VHDL. Abt. Lecture Course None Understanding of fundamental constructs and simulation mechanisms of hardware description languages.J. Hardware Description Languages. VHDL library concept 3. Page 72 of 97 . Dr.

Clarendon..-Ing. Zhu i • • Masterstudiengang Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik.2. • Kravtsov and Zhu: Theory of Diffraction: Heuristic Approaches.2009 High Frequency Methods in Diffraction Theory PD.uni-stuttgart..Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Modul 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Lecture „High Frequency Methods in Diffraction Theory Presence time: Self study: Sum: None Written Examination. 60 min. Wahlmodul Master INFOTECH. Weight 1. Supplementary Modules SM3. 2010. Why asymptotic methods? Geometrical optics. Additional Information (Optional) Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module n k Page 73 of 97 . zhu@ihf. Kirchhoff’s approach (Physical Optics): Paraxial approximation • Lecture script. 0711 685 67422. • Jones: Methods in Electromagnetic Wave Propagation. Electrodynamics This module equips the master and PhD students with the basic knowledge of asymptotic methods in diffraction theory and enables them to apply this knowledge to the daily work of an engineer such as analyzing scattering and propagation of high-frequency waves of different nature. 70569 Stuttgart.0 2. N.0 1 Every summer semester English STAND: 10.-Ing. Alpha Science. Zhu.0.de PD. Dr. N. Dr. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 0506000222 3. Pfaffenwaldring 47.00 hours 13 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 19 20 21 Course Contents References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . Institut für Hochfrequenztechnik. 1994. twice a year 21 hours 69 hours 90. Lecture Course Experimental Physics.

J. addressing modes.. Simon). Lecture Course Basic Knowledge in Computer Architecture • • Understanding of basic concepts of microcontroller architectures Good understanding and fundamental techniques for developing code optimized for the target architecture Capability to develop assembly programs of medium complexity. Sven Simon Master INFOTECH. H. Dr.-Ing. Supplementary Modules SM3. arithmetic. Simon).: Die Mikrokontroller 8051.2009 Microcontroller Programming Dr. twice a year Master Thesis in the Field of Computer Hardware/Software Systems 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop Presentation from: Computer Science Department to: Information Technology Page 74 of 97 . K.-Ing. F. D.: 8051 Microcontroller: An Applications-Based Introduction 15 16 17a 17b 18 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for ..uni-stuttgart.0 SWS.5 Hours Self Study: 68. Parchizadeh.00 Hours None Written exam Weight 1. Cowan. I/O programming. controlling external components) Learning Targets • • • • Course Contents • • • • • • 13 14 References/Learning Aids Noergaard.de DATE: 10. irregular Presence Time: 22. 8052 und 80C517 Calcutt.02.: Embedded Systems Architecture Ayala. irregular Exercise “Microcontroller Programming” (S. Additional Information (Optional) Lecture „ Microcontroller Programming “ (S.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours..0 1 Irregular English Prof. R.0 SWS. Prof.50 Hours Sum: 90. 1.-Ing.0 60 min. Marek Wróblewski. T. Dr. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites 051200136 3 2. 1.: The 8051 Microcontroller Klaus.. Sven Simon IPVS 0711-7816-450 simon@ipvs. I/O-programming Introduction to microcontroller architectures Fundamentals of assembly programming Exploitation of hardware properties of the microcontroller to optimize the code Overview of the special function registers of a selected microcontroller Programming exercises (loops. incl.

ISBN 978-0-470-01884-2. summer semester English Prof. Ch. 3rd edition. B: Mobile Radio Networks – Networking. H. Hybrid ARQ.. Protocols and Services. Protocols and Traffic Performance.0 SWS.. air interface / terrestrial interfaces). John Wiley & Sons.): HSDPA/HSUPA for UMTS: High Speed Radio Access for Mobile Communications. ISBN 978-0-471-49902-2.uni-stuttgart. 2.): WCDMA for UMTS – HSPA Evolution and LTE.. J.Toskala..de Dr.2009 Mobile Network Architecture Evolution Every second semester.P.-Ing. Beming. December 2008 Walke. Michael Schopp Master INFOTECH. Control Plane / User Plane. 4th Edition.0 1 STAND: 23. Dr. (Eds. John Wiley & Sons.-Ing. A. Transport Channels. Skold. S.-J. Vögel. Ch. 2007 12 Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids • • 15 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Lecture „Mobile Networks Architecture Evolution“ (M. Frequency / Time / Space / Code Division) • Using the Radio Resources (Mapping and organization of Logical Channels.. Lecture Course • Bachelor-Degree with major Information Technology • Lecture „Communication Networks“ Understand advanced concepts of mobile communications systems including: • Organization of the transmission medium / the radio resources (including advanced techniques like OFDM and MIMO) • Functions to protect transmission on the radio channel • Protocol architectures and advanced protocol functions • Network architectures and their evolution towards 4G • Networking aspects for the support of mobility. (Eds.. 2001 Holma. Bettstetter. ISBN 978-0-470-31933-8. E. 2007 Dahlman. and Physical Channels) • Protecting the Radio Channel (Channel Coding. ISBN 978-0-470-03070-7.: 3G Evolution – HSPA and LTE for Mobile Broadband. Schopp). ISBN 978-0-12-372533-2. A. John Wiley & Sons. session management. J. Supplementary Modules SM3. H. 2006 Holma..02. Radio Link Control. • Examples (end-to-end scenarios for location management. Toskala. quality of service and security Introduction: From 2G to 4G mobile communications systems Part 1: Radio resource related functions • Organizing the Transmission Medium (Duplexing / Multiplexing.: GSM – Architecture. Hartmann.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Modul 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. SS Page 75 of 97 . Andreas Kirstädter IKR 0711-685-68026 mail@ikr. Ciphering and Source Coding) Part 2: Network Architectures and Protocols • Network Architectures (network functions and the evolution towards a 4G network architecture) • The Protocols (Access Stratum / Non Access Stratum.. Academic Press. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites 3 2. Parkvall. John Wiley & Sons. handover management and security management) • • • Eberspächer. H.

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and be able to reason about the correctness of the application. Springer. Lecture Course Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids The lecture provides basic programming principles and abstractions in the design of reliable distributed applications. Morgan Kaufmann. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites 051200 XXX 3 2 1 STAND: 10. Cambridge University Press. twice every year Page 78 of 97 . Wahlmodul Schwerpunkt Informations.: Introduction to Reliable Distributed Programming. Dr. winter semester English Prof.uni-stuttgart.2..: Introduction to Distributed Algorithms. Attiya.00 hours 15 16 17a 17b 18 19 20 21 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for .: Distributed Computing: Fundamentals. • Welch. l. Rodrigues. G. Supplementary Modules SM3. R..0 SWS Presence time: Self study: Sum: 22.50 hours 68. 02723 Reliable Distributed Programming.2009 Reliable Distributed Programming Every second semester. Participants should learn how to design own applications in a modular way.. • Tel. Lecture.: Distributed Algorithms. Simulations and Advanced Topics. Additional Information (Optional) Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Written Exam Weight 1.de Dr. H.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Modul 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Boris Koldehofe • • Masterstudiengang Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik. J.und Kommunikationstechnik Master INFOTECH. N. • Lynch.Rothermel@ipvs. develop an understanding for underlying assumptions on the distributed system.50 hours 90..L.0 60 min. 2. Morgan Kaufmann. • Distributed Programming Model • Failures and Failure Detection • Reliable End-to-End Communication • Reliable Broadcast • Distributed Shared Registers • Reaching Consensus • Data Replication and Coordination using Consensus • Guerraoui. Kurt Rothermel IPVS/Verteilte Syteme Telefon: 07117816434 E-Mail: Kurt.

PowerPoint von: nach: Page 79 of 97 . 2.Epitaxy Every second semester. SiGe/Si alloy system Critical thickness • Surface morphology (growth modes) Quantum wells and quantum dots • Lecture notes • Kasper. • Heterostructure formation. habil. Additional Information (Optional) Written exam Weight 1.00 hours 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . Dr.0 60 min.0 1 STAND: 10. J.C. Jörg Schulze Master INFOTECH. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 050500 003 3 2. • Atomic surface structure and adatom adsorption.0 SWS Presence time: Self study: Sum: 22.50 hours 90. Dr. summer semester English Prof.de Prof. Lecture Course In depth understanding of a research instrument for nanostructure and nonodevice fabrication • Principles and Methods of Epitaxy.. twice a year 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Black board.: Silicon Molecular Beam Epitaxy. Supplementary Modules SM3.50 hours 68. Jörg Schulze Institut für Halbleitertechnik 685 68000 schulze@iht. habil.02. Bean. lecture. • Molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) equipment and subsystem. E.uni-stuttgart. CRC Press Semiconductor Technology II.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Modul 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours... • Doping mechanisms and surface segregation. • Growth mechanisms and lattice perfection • Ultra-high vacuum generation and measurement.2009 Semiconductor Technology II .

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once per year 25. Springer. Peter Göhner Institute of Industrial Automation and Software Engineering Tel.uni-stuttgart. h.de/lcia 371230 Laboratory experiments. Dr.2 45 min. Dr. real-time programming using Ada 95. Göhner. Dr.2009 Laboratory Course Industrial Automation Prof. Winter Term Presence time: Private study: Sum: Preparation tasks Written Examination Weight 0. Peter Göhner Master INFOTECH. R. development of real-time automation systems and rapid prototyping development process) and they have an overview of the development tools for industrial automation systems. c. P... Prentice Hall. microcontrollerprogramming. 1999 • Script Industrial Automation I • Portal at http://www.uni-stuttgart.02. online-experiments 4801 from: Master Program Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik to: Information Technology Page 81 of 97 .-Ing.: Prozessautomatisierung Volume 2 (3 Edition). 2002 rd • Lauber. Lab Course Basics of Industrial Automation The students have basic knowledge of today’s topics of industrial automation (for example conception & realization of bus-systems.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Dr. 4 SWS.00 hours Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 References/Learning Aids 15 16 17a Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) 17b Examination Achievements (Marked) 18 Basis for .8 75 min.-Ing. once per year Oral Examination 0.00 hours 155.de Prof. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites 050501013 6 4 1 Every second semester. Supplementary Module. programmable logic controls (PLC) and scheduling using semaphores • Stenerson: Industrial Automation and Process Control.00 hours 180. Rapid-Prototyping using Ascet-SD. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Hardware demonstrators for the laboratory experiments. c. h. Introduction into CAN.. online experiments.ias.: 0711 / 685-67301 E-Mail: ias@ias. Winter Term English DATE: 10.

Embedded software development 2. Supplementary Module.0 1 Every second semester. Dept. Winter Term English Prof.00 hours Presence Time: 45. during the lecture period 12 Learning Targets 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . Practical experience in software programming and debugging.02. Experience in preparing structured technical documentation of specifications and designs. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application/Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites DATE: 10.270 martin.. Digital circuit simulation 8. Dr.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Lab Course Embedded Systems Engineering (051711026) Ability to apply the design methodology and commercial design tools for constructing and analyzing embedded hardware / software systems. Page 82 of 97 .00 hours Documentation: 30.00 hours Sum: 180. 1. during the lecture period Marking of the student’s lab documentation.2009 Embedded Systems Lab 051711036 6 4. Cross-compilation 4. This lab course focuses on analysis. weight 0.uni-stuttgart.3.00 hours Self Study: 45. design and implementation of embedded hardware/software systems and issues involved in the development of such systems.7. Eingebettete Systeme 7816 . Usage of drivers for peripheral components 3.radetzki@informatik. Design of accelerator hardware digital circuits 7. Hardware / software interfacing 10. Software performance profiling 6.00 hours None • • Marked lab assignments. usage of lab equipment such as logic analyzers. weight 0. 4. Martin Radetzki Institut für Technische Informatik. Abt. of Embedded Systems Engineering Master INFOTECH.0 SWS Preparation Time: 60. digital circuit design and verification. Integrated functional verification of hardware and software Lab handouts Documentation of development tools (provided in the lab) 02300 Lab Course „Embedded Systems“.de Scientific Staff. FPGA implementation (synthesis) of digital circuits 9. Remote debugging 5..

uni-stuttgart. simulation and measurement analysis of the performance of communication systems Lab Course Notes Course Notes of Computer Engineering and Communication Networks Literature retrieved by the students Project Lab Course Computer Architectures and Communication Networks Presence Time: 42 hrs Self Study: 138 hrs Preparation Tests Tests and Presentation 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . knows how to structure them. Lab Course Basics of Computer Architecture and Communication Networks The student understands complex computer and communication systems.. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 6 4. Examples of such projects are: • Implementation of Cache Architectures • Implementation of Super-Scalar Processors • Concepts of Mobile Communications • Analytic.-Ing. Dr. how define interfaces and to implement configure and test subsystems and is familiar with team work and presentations. Supplementary Module. Andreas Kirstädter IKR 0711-685-68026 mail@ikr.de Prof.-Ing..02. Dr.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours.0 1 One Semester per year English Prof. Andreas Kirstädter DATE: 10.2009 Lab Course Computer Architectures and Communication Networks II Master INFOTECH. The Lab Course is organized as a project course where students perform a joint project in a team. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Import from Master EI Page 83 of 97 .

Lab Course „ Computer Board Design “ (S. Sven Simon DATE: 10. irregular Presence Time: 42.de Prof. Supplementary Module.00 Hours None Written or Oral Examination Weight 1.2009 Lab Course Computer Board Design Master INFOTECH.. Microstripline • Board Layout Software • Rapid Prototyping of a Multilayer Board • Test Will be defined in the Lab Course. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop Presentation from: Computer Science Department to: Information Technology Page 84 of 97 .0 once or twice per year Master Thesis in the Field of Computer Hardware/Software Systems 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for .. Simon).00 Hours Sum: 180. Lab Course Basic knowledge of digital circuit design Understanding of the Design Principles. Sven Simon IPVS 0711-7816-450 simon@ipvs.-Ing.00 Hours Self Study: 138.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours.0 SWS.uni-stuttgart.02.-Ing. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 051200138 6 4. Board Layout Rules and Board Layout Software to Design Computer Boards • Board Layout Basics • Multilayer Board Design • Vias • Stripline. 4.0 1 Irregular English Prof. Dr. Dr.

Dr. Sven Simon IPVS 0711-7816-450 simon@ipvs.. Lab Course „High Performance Programming with Graphics Cards “ (S. 4.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours.-Ing.00 Hours Self Study: 138. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets DATE: 10. Lab Course Basic knowledge of digital circuit design Understanding of the Architecture and Programming Model of Graphics Cards • Architectures of Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) • Treads • Kernel Calls • Memory Architecture • Data Transfer between GPUs and CPUs • Number formats • Benchmarking • Deviations between CPU and GPU Programs Will be defined in the Lab Course.00 Hours Sum: 180.02.2009 Lab Course High Performance Programming with Graphics Cards 051200139 6 4.0 SWS.00 Hours None Written or Oral Examination Weight 1.0 1 Irregular English Prof.de Prof.uni-stuttgart.-Ing. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop Presentation from: Computer Science Department to: Information Technology Page 85 of 97 .0 once or twice per year Master Thesis in the Field of Computer Hardware/Software Systems 13 Course Contents 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . Supplementary Module. Simon). Dr. Sven Simon Master INFOTECH.. irregular Presence Time: 42.

Dr. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets 6 4.uni-stuttgart. Manfred Berroth Institut für Elektrische und Optische Nachrichtentechnik 0711/68567922 Manfred. Dr.02..de Prof.-Ing. Lab Course Basics of Statistical Signal Communication Students are familiar with optical components and their practical applications • Digital filters • Attenuation / Polarization • Laser Diodes • Photo Diodes • Optical communication Systems Lab Course Notes Course Notes of Optoelectronic Devices and Circuits Lab Course Optical Communications Presence Time: 25 hrs Self Study: 155 hrs Presentation Tasks Tests 13 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 Course Contents References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for .0 1 One Semester per year English DATE: 10.-Ing.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. Manfred Berroth Master INFOTECH. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Import from Master Program EI Page 86 of 97 .Berroth@int. Supplementary Module.2009 Lab Course Optical Communication Prof..

Mahler) N. Supplementary Module.02. (Dr. analysis and design of RF circuits and systems Course Notes on RF RF literature Lab Course Radio Frequency Presence Time: 25 hrs Self Study: 155 hrs Preparation Tasks Tests and Presentations Learning Targets 13 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 Course Contents References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for .Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. (Dr. Mahler) DATE: 10. use of RF circuit simulation software. Zhu/ Dr.N. waveguides.N. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites 6 4. Lab Course Basics of Radio Frequency Technology Students understand electromagnetic phenomenons antenna fields. Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Import from Master Program EI Page 87 of 97 . planning and optimization of mobile networks Measurements. Zhu/ Dr. antenna measurements. etc.. etc.. resonance cavity. software tools. filters.2009 Lab Course Radio Frequency Master INFOTECH. They are familiar with measurements by use of a network analyzer.0 1 One Semester per year English N.. noise parameters.

Journals.uni-stuttgart. Classification of music signals Course Notes on “Stochastic Processes” “Statistical and Adaptive Signal Processing” and “Detection and Pattern Recognition” Responsible retrieval of literature (Books. Lab Course Basics of Statistical Signal Processing Students have good knowledge of statistical signal processing in selected application areas.-Ing. Bin Yang ISB/LSS Tel: 0711/68567330 bin..0 1 One Semester per year English Prof.-Ing. Dr.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites Learning Targets Course Contents References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . Additional Information (Optional) 6 4.yang@LSS. Supplementary Module. Bin Yang DATE: 10. Dr.de Prof. to document and to present the results. They are able to analyze complex practical problems and to structure problems within a team. Internet) Laboratory Experiments Statistical Signal Programming Presence Time: 42 hrs Self Study: 138 hrs Presentation Tasks Tests 13 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Import from Master Program EI Page 88 of 97 .2009 Lab Course Statistical Signal Processing Master INFOTECH..02.

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.00 Hours None Active contribution. Additional references shall be researched by the students. Seminar „ 2. to prepare a scientific report. Supplementary Module. to give a presentation of the subject utilizing adequate presentation techniques.0 1 Each term English Study Dean Lecturers INFOTECH program DATE: 10. Moreover. Literature references are given to the students at the beginning of the seminar. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites 3 2. to be selected from a catalogue.00 Hours Sum: 90. The concrete subjects are announced prior to the beginning of the lecture term.00 Hours Self Study: 69. Seminars are offered on diverse up-to-date subjects of current scientific interest in the field of Information Technology. mainly based on self-study.. The technical content varies. Seminar None The students have learned to deal with original scientific literature and to research up-to-date information on their own.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours.0 SWS.0 12 Learning Targets 13 14 15 16 17a 17b 18 Course Contents References/Learning Aids Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . Additional Information (Optional) 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop Presentation from: to: Page 90 of 97 . report and presentation Weight 1. They are able to acquire deep insight into a given subject. they have participated in the scientific discussion of subjects presented by fellow students. which is updated every term Presence Time: 21.2009 Seminar INFOTECH Master INFOTECH.02.. and to defend the subject in a scientific discussion. usually by means of the institutes’ blackboards and internet presence.

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Students are made familiar with methods for lawful contracts and contracts checking. Sweet & Maxwell Rutherford.. patent. P. Edition 2007. Blackstone Ward. 2006. Walker & Walker ‘s English Legal System. SWS) Module Duration (Number of Semesters) Rotation Cycle Language Module Responsible Lecturers Application / Allocation to Curriculum Prerequisites • Learning Targets • • • • 3 2. Edition 1976. Auflage 2001.S.02.: Introduction to the Law of the United States. Oceana Publ. Disputes.. E. Glover. Watson.: UN Law on International Sales. Warranty. D. IT-Security law (overview) Data protection.: An Introduction to the U.2009 Information and Contract Law Every second semester.: Law of Contract. Terms of contract. B. P. law-suits Types of contract: act of sale. Edition 1996. contract of work and labor The law on torts (liability): General remarks. Sweet & Maxwell Schlechtriem. Commercial law. UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG). Edition 2001. arbitration.D.. brands and related rights E-commerce and Internet: Web publishing. N. European legislation James.: The Modern English Legal System. Irregularities in the performance of the contract. P. Lecture Course 13 Course Contents • • • • • • • • • • 14 References/Learning Aids • • • • • • • Introduction to basics of contract law. 2. Edition 1993. Butterworths Clark. P.Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Module 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Module Name Module ID Credit Points (CP) Credit Hours (Weekly Semester Hours.: A dictionary of law. EDition 2006. Copyright.: An Introduction to the Legal System of the United States.F. Edition 1991. G.: Introduction to English Law.H. Bailey. Butler. Multi media. advertising. international contract and information law as well as Internet and data protection law. contract for services. winter semester English RA Horst Speichert 0177/3008889 horst@speichert. 2. L.: An Introduction to English Contract Law. Bone. R. Product liability. Law. 5. Privacy policy. Compensation Selected fields of law (overview): Labor law. Edition 1998..S. P. S. A. 1984. Routledge Cavendish Jewell.: Osborn's Concise Law Dictionary. Darbyshire. 8. Company law.. S. Bourne.: Eddey and Darbyshire on the English Legal System. The legal system (overview). Nomos Taylor. Oxford University Page 92 of 97 .. 3. Competition law. P.A. The European system of law. Edition 1995. Supplementary Modules NTM.. Smith.0 1 DATE: 10.J.: Essential English Legal System (Essential Law). Liability. K. M. Edition 2002. Butterworths Farnsworth. Sweet & Maxwell Hay. Springer Martin. 8. European legislation. R. 6. 1.N.. 2. The UN Convention on the International Sale of Goods.A. The system of national law. 7. Tort liability based on fault.de RA Horst Speichert Master INFOTECH. J. International law Contract law: General remarks. Tugrul. 9.. Requirements for a contract in general. E. Kluwer Law International Eddey. Butterworths McCormick-Watson. especially with regard to future management positions Introduction: Objectives and mechanism of law.S. The law of business associations.

2 SWS Presence time: Self study Sum: None Written exam Weight 1..50 hours 90. Edition 2005. 2. 2. twice a year 22.: Praxis des IT-Rechts. H. Additional Information (Optional) Lecture Information and Contract law.0 30 min. Schwenzer.5 hours 68.00 hours 19 20 21 Media Form Description of Associated Module Examinations and Examination ID Import-Export Module Laptop-Präsentation von: nach: Page 93 of 97 .: Commentary on the UN Convention on the International Sale of Goods (CISG). Edition 2007. I..• • Master Program INFOTECH – Module Handbook Press Schlechtriem.. Vieweg 15 16 17a 17b 18 Courses and Learning and Teaching Forms Estimation of Student Workload Study Achievements (Unmarked) Examination Achievements (Marked) Basis for . Oxford University Press Speichert. P.

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Technology & Innovation Management

Every second semester, summer semester English Udo-Ernst Haner Universität Stuttgart Institut für Arbeitswissenschaft und Technologiemanagement +49 711 970 5470 udo-ernst.haner@iat.uni-stuttgart.de Udo Ernst Haner Dr. Rainer Bamberger Master INFOTECH, Supplementary Modules NTM, Lecture Course None Die Studierenden erlangen anhand realer Beispiele Kenntnis von den theoretischen Ansätzen des Technologie- und Innovationsmanagements in Unternehmen. Sie verstehen die Bedeutung von Technologiestrategien und Innovationsvorhaben im Rahmen der Marktstrategien der Unternehmen. Hierbei erlenen sie den Ansatz von Technologieportfolios und das Projektmanagement in Technologieprojekten. Sie verstehen, wie Technologien und Innovationen in Unternehmen geplant und sinnvoll eingesetzt werden. • Technologie-basierte Wettbewerbsfähigkeit • Integriertes Technologiemanagement: Definitionen / Modelle • Strategische Ansätze und „Gesetzmäßigkeiten“ im Technologiemanagement • Wettbewerbs- und Technologiestrategien • Strategische Technologieentscheidungen • (Technologie-)Portfolios • Innovationsmanagement und Innovationsprozesse • Arten und Charakteristika von Innovationen • Widerstände und Rollen im Innovationsprozess • Projektmanagement für Technologieprojekte • Organisatorische Einbindung von Projekten im Unternehmen • Phasen und Methoden des Projektmanagement • Instanzen im Projekt • Vorlesungsskript „Technology & Innovation Management“ • Brockhoff, K. et al.: The Dynamics of Innovation: Strategic and Managerial Implications, Springer 1999 • Burgelman, R.A.: Strategic Management of Technology and Innovation, Osborne McGraw-Hill 2000 • Project Management Practitioner´s Handboock; by Ralph L. Kleim and Irwin S. Ludin; 1998 • Visualizing Project Management; by Kevin Forsberg, Hal Mooz and Horward Cottermann; 2000

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