Bachelor programme

Programme generation 2012

The courses of the first and second year are only mentioned as a reference for students of generation 2012 who in 2014 will take the courses of the third year. The courses of the first and the second year, mentioned below, will not be taught anymore to new students.

First year

Modules


Quartile

Module

Module coordinator

Lecturers

Working load (EC)

1.1

IEEE: Introduction

Salm

Eijkel, vd Heijden, Bentum, de Weert, van Diepen

11


Intro math (2), Calculus 1 (2)


Post

4

1.2

Electric Circuits

Spreeuwers

Garcia Blanco

12


Calculus 2


Post

3

1.3

Electronics

Nauta

Annema, vd Zee, Wiegerink

12


Linear structures


Al Dhahier

3

Courses

Quartile

Course

Lecturer(s)

Working load (EC)

1.4

Fundamentals of Digital Logic

Molenkamp

5


Theory of Electromagnetic fields + practical work

Abelmann, Krijnen, de Jong, Olthuis

7


Mathematics D1 Riemann

Sterk

3

Second year

Quartile

Course

Lecturer(s)

Working load (EC)

2.1

Computer organization

Molenkamp, Smit

3


Telematics

Heijink, Pras

4


Probability

Scheinhardt

3


Differential Equations

Al Dhahir

5

2.2

Measurement Science+P

Schmitz

4


Mechanics & Transducer Science

Tas, Krijnen

3


Linear Systems

Veldhuis

6

2.3

Control Engineering

Stramigioli

4


Dynamical Systems

Breedveld

3


Semiconductor Devices

Hueting

4


Computer Systems

Kokkeler

5

2.4

Mechatronics project

Breedveld, Broenink, Tas, Lammerink

4


Communication Practice

Salm

1


B2 project


11


Third year

Quartile

Course

Lecturer(s)

Working load

3.1

Electrodynamics

Elwenspoek

4


Practical Realizing in Materials

Kovalgin

1


Minor


10

3.2

Practical Realizing in Materials

Kovalgin

0.5


Master orientation*

Salm (coordinator)

1.5


Optical basisfunctions & microsystems

De Ridder

3


Minor


10

3.3

Embedded signal processing

Nauta, Slump

7


Random signals & Noise

Meijerink

5


Intro Communication Systems

Bentum

3

3.4

Bachelor thesis

Salm (coordinator)

15

* During the master orientation students will have the opportunity to orient themselves on a choice for a research specialization during the master’s programme. This activity will start with an information session in December to be announced during autumn.