Technical systems are becoming increasingly complex - from individual vehicles to large production plants. Industry is increasing its investment in the safety of such systems, to protect humans and the environment and to avoid economic losses. This is where you will make your contribution as a qualified safety expert. Because the Master degree program deals with Safety and Systems Engineering, Risk Management, Project and Process Management and Law and Business Administration. This continuing education is in high demand in industry and has been developed by FH Campus Wien in cooperation with the TÜV AUSTRIA Academy.
Karin Martiny, BA MAFavoritenstraße 226, B.3.051100 ViennaT: +43 1 606 68 77-8450F: +43 1 606 68 firstname.lastname@example.org
Office hours during the semesterWed., 2.00 p.m.-6.00 p.m.Thu. and Fri., 10.00 a.m.-5.00 p.m.
Application period for academic year 2018/19
1st October 2017 to 30th June 2018
tuition fee / semester:
+ ÖH premium + contribution**
* Tuition fees for students from third countries € 727 per semester
**for additional study expenses (currently up to €83 depending on degree program and year)
The safety of technical systems goes hand in hand with the safety of man and the environment. This is your basic principle, creating your holistic concept of safety. Your technical background is based on your education and professional activities. On the process and engineering level, system safety and risk management are your be all and end all, directing your thinking and actions. You have an analytical talent which enables you to remain a step ahead of potential dangers and risk. You prefer to be ahead of the pack in terms of tapping into the growing technical field of safety and of implementation of sustainable processes.
FH Campus Wien and the TÜV AUSTRIA Academy have since 2010 been successfully cooperating in the area of practice-oriented training and further education in the field of functional and system safety. With the newly developed Safety and Systems Engineering Master degree program, the two institutions are closing a gap in the educational landscape. FH Campus Wien provides the expertise in research and teaching, whilst the TÜV Austria Academy contributes its extensive know-how on machine and plant engineering. The result is a unique post-graduate education. We offer you the opportunity of pioneering without venturing into uncharted waters. Because the need for safety has long been recognized especially in the Anglo-American realm and it is on the increase in our own environment. Our cooperations with well-known companies such as Siemens AG, ZKW Elektronik GmbH, Tele Haase Steuergeräte GmbH, Thyssen Krupp Presta Hungary Kft. oder die TeLo GmbH, to name but a few, are proof of the successful transfer of know-how to industry. You will as a student be integrated into cross-disciplinary and international "safety network" and will use these valuable contacts for the exchange of experience. Practical relevance is also guaranteed through our Campus Lecture evenings which are open to all and offer contributions by prominent experts.The part-time organizational form will assist you in coordinating your job and your studies.
The Vienna Institute for Safety & Systems Engineering (VISSE) at FH Campus Wien is a pioneer in the field of Safety among central European universities. The VISSE operates as a knowledge platform which, via the degree program, brings together university research, teaching and business practice. The VISSE experts also teach in the new Safety and Systems Engineering Master degree program. To the student this offers a unique opportunity of participating in innovative research and development projects.
The objective of the Project Safety Competence Center Vienna project, for instance, was to develop an integrative safety process which would integrate the requisite norms and standards into a process model. Using the ISaPro® Integrative Safety Process and the ISaPro® Shell Model analysis method based on ISaPro®, hazards may be systematically identified and risks may be limited. Additionally systematic errors will be avoided, which could have a negative impact in particular in the software field
This increases safety and facilitates its verification. You will study this in your degree program and may seamlessly apply your findings in your professional practice.
As an additional benefit under this degree program, we offer you the opportunity of obtaining respected TÜV AUSTRIA CERT GMBH personal certificates. On completing the relevant courses and passing a certification test, you may obtain the "Certified Safety Specialist", "Certified Safety Manager", "Certified Quality Officer" and "Certified Risk Manager" certificates. Certification is directly via the TÜV AUSTRIA Academy. The certification fees are not included in the tuition fees and will be charged separately by the TÜV AUSTRIA Academy.
In the Master degree program, you will be dealing with
You will write your Master thesis in the fourth semester.
A discipline-spanning way of thinking, where especially the interaction between individual disciplines is emphasized, is central to the education. The "Principles of Safety & Systems Engineering" module forms the basis of the Master degree program. The highly interlinked "Project and Process management", "Safety and Risk management" and "Business and management competency" modules are building on this. The "Safety Advanced" module links theoretical knowledge to practice as illustrated in the "Praxis transfer" module and also links to the Master thesis required under the "Scientific competence" module.
Lector: Dipl.Ing. Nikolaus Maly
•Basic notions of statistics:–frequentistic approach to probability,–random variables, distributions, expetation and variance•Important Distributions:–Binomial- and geometric (=Pascal) Distribution,– Normal distribution– Poisson- and exponential distribution•Constant failure rates: Poisson process–as time-continuous analogue to the Bernoulli-Process, failure rates and MTBF,–survival or reliability function,–non-constant failure rate: Weibull, bathtub curve
classical black board lessons and additional home studies.
Lector: Dr. Reinhard Preiss, DI Walter Sebron
Lector: DI (FH) Peter Krebs, Dr. Reinhard Preiss
- Basics of System Safety- Influences and Success Factors for System Safety- Risk Assessment- Functional Safety - Specification and Evaluation of Safety Functions- Implementation of System Safety
Lector: DI (FH) Peter Krebs
Basics of Fault Tolerance- Dependability- Fault Tolerance phasesPhysical Fault Tolerance- Static redundancy- Dynamic redundancy- Hybrid redundancy- Fault Tolerance and repairInformation Fault Tolerance- Channel and error models- Basics of block codes- Linear block codesTemporal Fault Tolerance- ARQ principles- Methods against permanent faults
Lector: Ing. Thomas Fränzl, B.Eng. MBA
Lector: DI Thomas Bleier, Msc, Ing. Manfred Katoch, MSc
Lector: Dr. Helmut Pisecky, Dr. Thomas Widrich, MA
Lector: Dr. Andreas Eustacchio, LL.M. (London, LSE), Mag. Friedrich Schrenk
Lector: Dr. Andreas Gerstinger
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Martin Heller, MBA
Lector: DI Walter Sebron
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Gabriele Schedl, CSE
IntroductionFinancial AccountingManagement AccountingMetrics, Investment and ControllingCase Studies
Lecture with case studies
Lector: Ing. Andreas Dvorak, MSc, Dr. Andreas Gerstinger, Christian Loidl, Dr. Reinhard Preiss, DI Walter Sebron, FH-Prof. Dr. Hans Tschürtz, MSc MSc, Alfred Vlasek, MSc
Lector: FH-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in Andrea Zimpernik
Presenting a personPlanning and preparing Presentation structureTips for a good presentationNon-verbal communicationFormal vs informal styleOpening techniquesLanguage for presentations: useful phrasessignpostingbuilding rapportfixed expressions and idiomatic phrasesWorking with visuals different visualsdescribing results and trendspresenting facts and figuresClosing a presentation The question & answer session
continuous assessment of classroom performance: 50%presentation: 50%
continuous assessment of classroom performance; discussions, pair work, team work
Lector: FH-Prof. Dr. Hans Tschürtz, MSc MSc
Lector: DI Dr. Walter Dürr
- Process Management - Introduction- Process Maturity Models - Introduction- CMMI (Capability Maturity Model Integrated) for Development - SPICE (ISO/IEC 155504)- Assessments and Appraisals - Maturity Model driven Process Development- Maturity Models and Safety
exam at the end of the course (group-projectwork)
- ex-cathedra teaching- group work
Lector: Thomas Rochowansky, MBA
- Definition and Application of Formal Methods- Comparison between formal and nonformal methods- Formal Specification- Formal Verification- Model Checking
Lecture with exercises
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Rupert Schlick, Christoph Schmittner, MSc
Lector: Dr. Reinhard Preiss
Lector: Ing. Andreas Dvorak, MSc, DI Walter Sebron
Lector: DI (FH) Peter Krebs, Dr. Wolfgang Lechner, Christian Loidl, Dr. Reinhard Preiss
Solutions for Mechanics, Hydraulics and Pneumatics- Inherently safe design measures- Mechanical safety principles- Fault exclusion- Solutions for Hydraulics- Solutions from PneumaticsSolutions for Hardware- Reliability of HW- HW-Failures- Failure prevention- HW architectureSolutions for Software- SW safety- Methods for Fault prevention-- Programming language-- Modularisation-- Stateless design-- Static resource allocation- Methods for Fault tolerance-- N-Version Programming-- Recovery Block-- Failure Assertion/Defensive Programming-- Diverse Monitor/Watchdog-- Error Detecting/Correcting CodesSolutions for Process Engineering- Failure probability- Architecture- Design of a SIF
Lecture with examples, practical exercises
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Thomas Gruber, Dr. Thorsten Tarrach
•Testing foundation-Verification, validation, test, -Quality control, quality assurance-Static testing-Dynamic testing-Black-box test, white-box test•Test management-Test planning-Test strategy (prioritization, criteria, intensity, etc.)-Test organization-Preparing test specifications-Creating test cases-Metrics data-The test team and its independence in the project•Test methods (e.g. regression tests)•Test reporting•Test tools•Testing and safety standards•Testing in the safe5ty-critical area•Qualification of test tools•Current developments in the area of testing•Test automation
Lector: Mag.a Dr.in Katharina Fleissner-Rösler
Lector: DI (FH) Peter Krebs, DI Walter Sebron, FH-Prof. Dr. Hans Tschürtz, MSc MSc
Lector: Dr. Sandford Bessler, Martin Reber, Dipl.-Ing. Gabriele Schedl, CSE, Privatdoz. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. techn. Andreas Schöbel, FH-Prof. Dr. Hans Tschürtz, MSc MSc, Alfred Vlasek, MSc
•Presentation of practical examples as well as handling of R&D, by industrial experts from the following domains:- Automotive- Railway- Air-traffic control- Machinery- Process engineering- Medical technology- and moreExcursions
Continuous assessment of classroom performance: 50%Presentation: 50%
Semester datesWinter semester: September to end of January Summer semester: Mid of February to July
Timesblock instruction on weekends (Thursday afternoon to Saturday, approx. 2 blocks per month)
Language of instructionGerman
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