Modulhandbuch

Communication and Media Engineering (CME)

Team Project Work

Empfohlene Vorkenntnisse

Gutes Englisch, vor allem mündlich, Kenntnisse in industriellen Prozessen (erworben durch Praktika, Studentenjobs, o.ä.)

 

Lehrform Projektgruppe
Lernziele / Kompetenzen

The Module aims to provide students with meaningful practical experience in a team oriented environment.
Subject-specific Knowledge:
• depends on the topic

Subject-specific Skills:
• Having studied this module students will be able to solve an advanced scientific or technical problem.
Key Skills:
• Students will be able to respond to a briefing on a problem by a client.
• They will be able to work successfully as part of a team to address the problem.
• They will be able to make a final presentation on the outcome of the work.

Wie funktioniert Projektmanagement? Welches sind die „Reflexe", die man sich antrainieren soll?

Dauer 2
SWS 2.0
Aufwand
Lehrveranstaltung 30 h
Selbststudium / Gruppenarbeit: 150 h
Workload 180 h
ECTS 6.0
Voraussetzungen für die Vergabe von LP

• Team projects involve a group of between three up to five students working on a CME-related problem set
   by members of staff from the Department.
• The problem will be 'real' in that there is no 'correct' solution and no script.
• It might, for example, involve building a piece of equipment, testing a product, designing a software or a system, etc.
• A presentation is made by the team at the end of the project.

Präsentation über eine speziell ausgewählte Thematik vor dem Seminarpublikum

 

Leistungspunkte Noten

2 CP, RE+M  1/4

4 CP, PA+RE 3/4

Modulverantwortlicher

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stephan Pletschinger

Max. Teilnehmer 3
Empf. Semester 2-3
Haeufigkeit jedes Jahr (WS)
Veranstaltungen

Project Management

Art Vorlesung
Nr. EMI431
SWS 2.0
Lerninhalt

Projects, work packages, milestones, Gantt-diagrams, scope of project, stakjeholders, project charet, opbjectives, subcontracting, team building, communication, work breakdown structure, rules, risk management, critical path, scheduling, estimating

 

Literatur

Eric Verzuh: The Fast Forward MBA in Project Management. Wiley, 2015.

 

Project

Art Projekt
Nr. VK442
SWS 4.0
Lerninhalt

dependent on the individual topic

Literatur

dependent on the individual topic