Transitional arrangement 2015-2016

Transitional arrangement 2015-2016

Mark Bentum, September 2015, February 2016

In this document an overview is presented of the arrangements for ‘old courses’, which are not given anymore in the current program.

Principles:

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After a course is terminated in the old curriculum, there will be test-opportunities for two additional years.

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These tests can be a written exam in the same quartile as in the old curriculum, but also an oral exam might be scheduled if only a few students need to take the resit. Contact the responsible teacher of the course (see Osiris).

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For a couple of courses in the old curriculum, tests are possible by doing a sub-test in the new module. Contact the module coordinator for details.

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Two years after termination of the course, no extra tests will be offered. Students who did not complete all the courses in the old curriculum will be transferred to the TOM-module curriculum (which can result in re-doing parts which were finished before).

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In some cases it is possible to finish a couple of old courses by finishing a module in the new curriculum.

Arrangements for first year courses:

No possibilities for old first year courses are given anymore. Students who did not complete the first year courses in the old curriculum will be transferred to the TOM-module curriculum (which can result in re-doing parts which were finished before).

Arrangements for the second year courses:

Quartile

Course

Arrangements 2015-2016

2.1

Computer organization

An exam will be scheduled in quartile 2.1.

Telematics Systems and Applications

An exam will be scheduled in quartile 2.1

Probability Theory

An exam will be scheduled in quartile 2.1.

Linear Difference and Differential Equations

Follow math part in module 2.1, including the tests. There will be an exam in quartile 2.1.

2.2

Measurement Science+P

Contact teacher.

Mechanics & Transducer Science

An exam will be scheduled in quartile 2.2.

Linear Systems

Follow the Linear Systems part in module 2.2, including the tests.

2.3

Control Engineering

An exam will be scheduled in quartile 2.3.

The content will be given in module 2.2 (see also special arrangements)

It is possible to take the subtests in module 2.2 as well. Please contact module coordinator if you want to do this.

Dynamical Systems

An exam will be scheduled in quartile 2.3

The content will be given in module 2.2 (see also special arrangements)

Introduction to Semiconductor Devices

An exam will be scheduled in quartile 2.3, and a re-exam in quartile 2.4.

Part of the content will be given in module 2.3a.

In principle oral exams are possible. Please contact teacher for arrangements

Computer Systems

An exam will be scheduled in quartile 2.3

2.4

Mechatronics project

The mechatronics project is integrated in module 2.2. It is possible to only do the project in the module, but after discussing it with the coordinator.

B2 project

No possibilities are given anymore. Contact bachelor coordinator.

Communication Practice

Associated with the B2 project – contact bachelor coordinator.

Arrangements for the second year courses:

Quartile

Course

Arrangements 2015-2016

3.1

Minor

The minor space in the old curriculum is 20EC in total. It is possible to do new minors, however, these are 15 EC. Contact minor coordinator for possibilities.

Electrodynamics

Oral exams are possible. Contact teacher.

Practical Realizing in Materials

Project is integrated in module 2.3a. Please consult the coordinator of this module.

3.2

Minor

See above.

Optical basic functions and micro systems

An exam will be scheduled in quartile 3.2.

3.3

Embedded Signal Processing

Contact Ronan van der Zee. You can do the ESP part in module 11. With an additional lab session you finish ESP.

Random Signal and Noise

An exam will be scheduled in quartile 3.3

The content will be given in module 2.4 (see also special arrangements). It is not possible to take the subtests in module 2.4.

Introduction to Communication Systems

An exam will be scheduled in quartile 3.3.

The content will be given in module 2.4 (see also special arrangements). It is not possible to take the subtests in module 2.4.

3.4

Bachelor project

No change.

For all arrangements contact the teacher and/or the bachelor coordinator for details about the exams etc. Be sure to do this on time !!

Special arrangements:

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In case the courses “Theory of Electromagnetic fields + practical work” and “Electrodynamics” should be done, students can do the module “Fields and Waves” (without the math part). The grade for the module will be taken as grade for both the Theory of Electromagnetic fields + practical work” and “Electrodynamics” courses.

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For the courses “Control Engineering”, “Dynamical Systems”, “Linear Systems” and the “Mechatronics project” the module “Systems and Control” can be done. The grade for the subtests in the module will count as grade for the individual courses. You should do the complete module!! Be sure to contact the module coordinator in advance.

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For the courses ‘Probability theory’, ‘Introduction to communication systems’ and ‘Random signals and noise’ module 2.4 can be taken as alternative. This module integrates the three courses, so it is all or nothing. Grade of the module will count as grade for the four courses.

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The course ‘Dynamical Systems’ is identical to the MSc-course ‘Engineering Systems Dynamics’ (191210431). This MSc-course is a bridging course for non-EE students. Students who need to do the ‘Dynamical Systems’ course can follow the MSc-course (in first quartile). Several written tests will be offered during the academic year

List of written tests:

November 2015:

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Probability Theory - November 2 (13:45)

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Computer Organization – November 6 (13:45)

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Telematics Systems and Applications (last possibility) – November 4 (8:45)

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Linear Difference and Differential Equations - November 6 (8:45)

January 2016:

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Probability Theory (last possibility)

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Computer Organization ((last possibility)

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Linear Difference and Differential Equations (last possibility)

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Measurement Science

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Mechanics & Transducer Science

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Optical Basicfunctions and microsystems

April 2016:

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Measurement Science (last possibility)

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Mechanics & Transducer Science (last possibility)

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Control Engineering

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Dynamical Systems

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Introduction to Semiconductor Devices

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Computer Systems

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Optical Basicfunctions and microsystems (resit)

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Embedded Signal Processing

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Random Signals & Noise

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Introduction to Communication Systems

June/July 2016:

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Control Engineering (last possibility)

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Dynamical Systems (last possibility)

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Introduction to Semiconductor Devices (last possibility)

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Computer Systems (last possibility)

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Embedded Signal Processing (resit)

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Random Signals & Noise (resit)

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Introduction to Communication Systems (resit)

January 2017:

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Optical Basicfunctions and microsystems

April 2017:

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Optical Basicfunctions and microsystems (last possibility)

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Embedded Signal Processing

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Random Signals & Noise

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Introduction to Communication Systems

June/July 2017:

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Embedded Signal Processing (last possibility)

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Random Signals & Noise (last possibility)

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Introduction to Communication Systems (last possibility)

Oral exams (contact teacher):

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Introduction to Semiconductor Devices

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Electrodynamics