The focal topic of the Electronic Systems Engineering Master degree program is the communication between intelligent microcontrollers incorporated in electronic equipment. These microcomputers are networked to create a complex system capable of controlling processes and exchanging information over wired or wireless communication channels. You will in the degree program advance the interaction of electronics, IT, signal processing and communication technologies, based on these autonomous microprocessors. You will broaden your background through your know-how in communication, leadership and management.
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Office hours during the semesterMon to Wed, 1.30-6.00 p.m.and by appointment
Application period for academic year 2020/21
23rd September 2019 to 28th June 2020
+ ÖH premium + contribution**
* Tuition fees for students from third countries € 727 per semester
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Your existing technical know-how on hardware, software and system level is a good baseline, but you would like improve on that. You would like to focus especially on microprocessors, on their reliable networking and use in a variety of complex systems. You are always keen to apply new technologies. This is an advantage, especially should you be looking for the best customized IT solution for individual components or complete systems. Your methods are analytical and structured and you have a high awareness of risk. You find it easy to find links between different disciplines. You are willing to assume responsibility and regard your Master studies as a stepping stone to a leadership position.
In choosing Electronic Systems Engineering, you have opted for a technical degree program with core topics such as Electronics, Information Technology, Signal processing and Communications. The knowledge you acquire will open up a wide range of opportunities in your profession: the field includes building automation, aircraft and automobiles, the medical sector and up to monitoring and control of industrial processes. Our elaborately equipped laboratories such as the electronics and/or network laboratory offer you a quiet environment in which to gain practical experience and simulate networking of complex systems in the course of your studies - to find answers to questions arising in your Master thesis, for instance.
We would furthermore appreciate your involvement in R&D projects. We would like to invite you to help shape the transfer of knowledge between praxis and research, based on the work in your degree program.
The Electronic Systems Engineering Master's degree program includes research on industrial image processing applications. The ever increasing performance of processors opens up novel solutions in automatic image recognition in industry and medicine. A student has the opportunity of actively cooperating with scientists in the development of algorithms to reliably and efficiently analyze defects and anomalies in images.
Our degree program also attaches great importance to linking our field of work to other technical disciplines in our department, as is also the case in practice. We are, for instance, working on controllers for six axis robots together with the High Tech Manufacturing section.
Whilst High Tech Manufacturing is responsible for the mechanical robot design, Electronic Systems Engineering will integrate and implement all the control-related functions into the design. Rapid Prototyping is another field of close cooperation with this section, capturing the coordinates of three-dimensional objects and recreating an object on 3D printers. Electronic Systems Engineering controls the acquisition of object data.
We can also offer students of the Electronic Systems Engineering Master's degree program the opportunity of obtaining certifications pertinent to the industry in the course of their studies. These may include the LabView certificate and PMA Project management Austria Level D.
Know-how in hardware, software, signal processing and networking technologies is central to your Master's degree program. You will acquire social and management skills in addition.
Lector: FH-Prof. DI Gerhard Engelmann, FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Markus Wellenzohn
- Physical fundamentals- Different principles of sensors for the measurement of non-electric quantities- Methods to avoid/compensate interfering factors such as non-linearities or temperature-dependencies- Different principles of actuators
Written exam at the end of the course.
Presentation with laptop and beamer, additional explanations on whiteboard.
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Thomas Poms, MSc, Dipl.-Ing. Joseph Gernot Otto Wenninger
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Gerald Renner
- Process of transfering customer request to system design of a product- Functional partitioning of the sytem to modules and definition of the interfaces between these modules- Design concepts for common used hardware function blocks such as power supplies and power stage- Hardware and Software design splitting- Estimations for capacity needs and costs in respect to design steps- Requirements for testing, production and service for the modules and set
Exam at the EndContribution in the lessonsPresentationsWorking in groups
- Lecture- Analysis of physical devices- Working in groups- Presentations- Self-study
Lector: FH-Prof. DI Christian Halter
Lector: FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Herbert Paulis
This lecture course gives an introduction, how requirements engineering works.All important parts of the requirement engineering will be shown and discussed by using best practice examples.The lecture course is separated into following main parts:a) Short description of the IEEE P1220 standard for requirement engineeringb) Roles and responsibilities in the requirement engineering processc) Skills which are necessary for good requirement engineeringd) Integration of the requirement engineering process in other (overall)
Written exam at the end of the course.At least 60% are required for passing the exam.
Lector: FH-Prof. Dr. Hans Tschürtz, MSc MSc
Lector: FH-Prof. DI Gerhard Engelmann
- Overview to analog control systems- Structure of digital control systems- Transfer function- Stability- Discrete frequency response- Controller design
Computer-aided (MATLAB) written exam at the end of the course.At least 60% are necessary for successful completion of the course.
- Lecture notes- Presentation with beamer- Solving problems using MATLAB- Discussion- Step-by-step explanation of complex contents on the whiteboard
• Basic terms and definitions• Continuous-time/discrete-time signals• Deterministic/stochastic signals• Sampling & reconstruction• Convolution, correlation• Z-Transform• Discrete-Time Fourier-Transform (DTFT)• Linear time-invariant discrete-time systems• Digital filters (FIR, IIR)• Discrete Fourier-Transform (DFT, FFT)• Window functions• Number representations
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Joseph Gernot Otto Wenninger
Lector: DI Walter Sebron
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Thomas Fiedler, Hubert Wimmer, MSc
Number of teaching weeks 18 per semester
Times 5.30 p.m.-7.00 p.m. and 7.15 p.m.-8.45 p.m.
Language of InstructionGerman (some courses in English)
Innovative possibilities for application abound and the development of new applications and technologies is continues at breakneck speed. Your know-how will enable you to actively participate in shaping this development. The market for "smart" devices is increasing and with it the need for well-trained experts. The hardware and software combination in the degree program will qualify you for both highly specialized as well as industry-spanning engagement. The range of potential careers is extensive, from hardware development to signal processing algorithms and down to low-level programming. You will, however, not be limited to technical development - you will also be well qualified for management positions.
The admission requirements are met with the Information Technology and Telecommunication and Applied Electronics Bachelor degree programs offered at FH Campus Wien.
Equivalence is determined by international agreements, validation or in individual cases a decision by the head of the academic section.
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The selection process examines the technical aptitude of the applicants for the Master's degree program. It comprises a written test and an interview. The secretary's office will notify you of the date for the selection process.
Experience shows that many questions arise during the application phase and the start of the degree program. We therefore propose that interested persons and applicants should network with higher semester students in the same degree program as yours. Personal and individual contact with your buddy will facilitate your entry into the degree program.
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