Principles of Electrical Engineering for Information Technology/Information Sciences
The aim of the lecture is presenting some of the most important electrical principles to students studying Systems Design. The main focus of this lecture is enabling students to co-operate with electrical engineers by offering an understanding of the functional principles of computers and their peripherals in order to make them a proficient partner with a good background in electrical engineering.
During winter terms, this lecture will be held as "Principles of Electronical Engineering for Information Technology", during summer terms as "Principles of Electrical Engineering for Information Science".
This lecture will be held during sommer term 2014, starting from April 16th 2014.
Thursdays, 09:00am-11:00am, lecture hall 023 (Multimedia-Hörsaal), building 3703.
Wednesdays, 1:15pm-2:45pm, lecture hall 023 (Multimedia-Hörsaal), building 3703. Additional tutorials for small groups are offered. Further information on those tutorials is available from Stud.IP.
Written exam, duration 90min. Formulars will be provided after the first part of the exam. No calculators allowed.
Lecture notes will be provided by Prof. Grabinski.
Tutorials can be downloaded from Stud.IP.
- Electrical Field
- Magnetical Field
- Alternate Current
- Linear Networks
- Semiconductor Devices
- Basic Digital Circuits