Classes

Photonic Devices (PhDev)

Lecturer:

Prof. Dr. Peter Haring Bolívar, Prof. Dr. Mario Agio

Lecture:

digital, see also Moodle

Tutorial:

digital, see also Moodle

 
 
Documents in the Moodle course:

The documents for lectures and exercises as well as the sample exams can be found in the Moodle course.
 
 
Note:
 

Courses will be digitally offered this semester.

Grundlagen Hochfrequenztechnik (GHF)

Lecturer:

Prof. Dr. Peter Haring Bolívar (Dr.-Ing. Daniel Stock)

Lecture:

Wednesday 8 - 10 am (digital, see also Moodle)

Tutorial:

Wednesday 10 - 12 am (digital, see also Moodle)

 

Documents in the Moodle course:

The documents for lectures and exercises as well as the sample exams can be found in the Moodle course.

Grundlagen der Halbleiterphysik (GHP)

Lecturer:

Dr.-Ing. Anna Wigger

Lecture:

Summer semester

Tutorial:

Summer semester

 

Documents in the Moodle course:

The documents for lectures and exercises as well as the sample exams can be found in the Moodle course.

 

Exam note:

The following materials are permitted for the exam:

  • Writing and drawing utensils
  • technical-scientific calculators (also programmable)
  • handwritten formula collection of any length (no copies)

not allowed:

  • Question catalogues
  • transcripts
  • copies

 

The exam takes place within the context of HST as a 3-hour block exam:

  • 1.5 h GHP
  • 1.5 h Components

Hochfrequenztechnik (HF)

Lecturer:

Prof. Dr. Peter Haring Bolívar (Dr.-Ing. Daniel Stock)

Lecture:

Summer semester

Tutorial:

Summer semester

 

Documents in the Moodle course:

The documents for lectures and exercises as well as the sample exams can be found in the Moodle course.

 

Grundlagen Optische Nachrichtentechnik (GONT)

Compulsory course: Bachelor degree Communication Technology

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Peter Haring Bolívar, Prof. Dr. Elmar Griese

Lecture:

Summer semester

Tutorial:

Summer semester

 

Documents in the Moodle course:

The documents for lectures and exercises as well as the sample exams can be found in the Moodle course.

 

Notes:

GONT is a compulsory course for the Bachelor degree in Communication Technology

Lectures and excersises are held by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Haring Bolívar and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Griese (Chair of Theoretical Electrical Engineering and Photonics, LTP).

 

Exam notes:

The following materials are admitted to the exam:

  • Writing and drawing utensils
  • technical-scientific calculators (also programmable)
  • handwritten formula collection of any length (no copies)

not allowed:

  • Question catalogues
  • transcripts
  • copies

Photonik II (PHO2)

Compulsory course: Master programme Microsystems Technology and Master programme Communication Technology

Lecturer:

Prof. Dr. Peter Haring Bolívar

Lecture:

Summer semester

Tutorial:

Summer semester

 

Documents in the Moodle course:

The documents for lectures and exercises as well as the sample exams can be found in the Moodle course.

 

Note:

PHO2 is a compulsory course for the Master degree Microsystems Technology and the Master degree Communication Technology

 

Exam notes:

The following materials are admitted to the exam:

  • Writing and drawing utensils
  • technical-scientific calculators (also programmable)
  • handwritten formula collection of any length (no copies)

not allowed:

  • Question catalogues
  • transcripts
  • copies

Digital 2D/3D Image Sensing

Elective: Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Diploma degree in Electrical Engineering, Master's degree in Microsystems Engineering and Bachelor's/Master's degree in Communication Technology

Lecturer:

Prof. Dr. Bernd Buxbaum

Lecture:

Digital 2D/3D Imaging
on 02.07.2021 by teams and/or at The SUMMIT - Martinshardt 19, 57074 Siegen.
Only with prior registration by 25.06.2021 at b.buxbaum@pmdtec.com.

General information: www.pmdtec.com

Office hours:

on appointment via b.buxbaum@pmdtec.com

Requirements:

No special previous knowledge is necessary. Interest and motivation are enough.

course assessment: Oral examination (4KP / LP)

 

Blockseminar:

The block seminar "Digital 2D/3D Imaging" deals with the conception and manufacturing methods of modern microsystems for two- and three-dimensional image acquisition. The components of an "all-solid-state" camera system are presented and the influences of the respective components on the system performance are derived. Such a camera microsystem is understood to be the combination of sensor technology, illumination, optics and signal processing. Current examples and applications are presented.

Important note on the block seminar:
Block seminar 2D/3D Imaging is held via Teams or at the SUMMIT - Martinshardt 19, 57074 Siegen!