FH-Prof.in Dipl.-Ing.in Dr.in Silvia Apprich Head of Industrial Packaging Technology, Packaging Technology and Sustainability email@example.com T: +43 1 606 68 77-3581 F: +43 1 606 68 77-3589Room: OG3.F.12 Helmut Qualtinger Gasse 2 1030 Wien Lectures 2019/20 Applied Life Sciences > Fundamentals of Packaging Technology ILVIndustrial Packaging Technologymore Fundamentals of Packaging Technology ILV Lector: FH-Prof.in Dipl.-Ing.in Dr.in Silvia Apprich 3 SWS 6 ECTS Lecture contents In this course basic information about the bachelor-programme at FHCW is given and the distance- and on-site-period organized.Introduction to packaging technology as a technical science comprises scientific practice and specific packaging technology. Requirements of foodstuffs on packaging will be presented and the most important characteristics of packaging materials discussed. Sustainability will be a focus of attention. Assessment methods Integrated course with immanent examinationsScientific Work (20 P), assigned work task (20 P), student participation/intermediate exams (30 P), final written examination (30 P)100 P, 60 P to pass Teaching methods Blended learning consisting of lectures, workshops, student presentations and E-learning-units. Language German > Industry Specialization 1 ILVSustainable Resource Managementmore Industry Specialization 1 ILV Lector: FH-Prof.in Dipl.-Ing.in Dr.in Silvia Apprich, DIin DIin Dr.in Victoria Krauter 2.5 SWS 5 ECTS Lecture contents Contents:• Economic and legal framework• Technologies• Value chain• Case Studies: Resource ManagementFor the following industries:• Food manufacturers• Pharmaceutical Industry• Chemical industry,• Packaging industryExcursions to selected companies Assessment methods Immanent lecture with final exam.Overall 100 points can be achieved. Students need to achieve at least 60 points to be positive. Teaching methods Blended learning consisting of lectures, workshops, student presentations and E-learning-units. Language German > Industry Specialization 2 ILVSustainable Resource Managementmore Industry Specialization 2 ILV Lector: FH-Prof.in Dipl.-Ing.in Dr.in Silvia Apprich, DIin DIin Dr.in Victoria Krauter 2.5 SWS 5 ECTS Lecture contents Contents:• Economic and legal framework• Technologies• Value chain• Case Studies: Resource ManagementFor the following industries:• Metal industry• Vehicle manufacturer• Electrical and electronics industry• Construction• Wood processorsExcursions to selected companies Assessment methods Immanent lecture with final exam.Overall 100 points can be achieved. Students need to achieve at least 60 points to be positive. Teaching methods Blended learning consisting of lectures, workshops, student presentations and E-learning-units. Language German > Metal ILVIndustrial Packaging Technologymore Metal ILV Lector: FH-Prof.in Dipl.-Ing.in Dr.in Silvia Apprich, Ing. Bernd Henzinger, Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Martin Kornfeld, MBA 2.5 SWS 5 ECTS Lecture contents Tin•Packaging related properties•Aging and corrosion•Production process•Quality assessment•Specifications•Processing techniques•Types of packaging•SustainabilityAluminium•Packaging related properties•Aging and corrosion•Production process•Quality assessment•Specifications•Processing techniques•Types of packaging•SustainabilityCase Study: production, monitoring, documentation and sustainability for metal packaging Assessment methods Integrated course with immanent examinations100 P, 60 P to pass Teaching methods Blended learning consisting of lectures, workshops, student presentations and E-learning-units. > Scientific Working ILVPackaging Technology and Sustainabilitymore Scientific Working ILV Lector: FH-Prof.in Dipl.-Ing.in Dr.in Silvia Apprich, DIin DIin Dr.in Victoria Krauter 1.5 SWS 3 ECTS Lecture contents Literature survey databases How to prepare a scientific text Citation of scienitific literature Avoiding plagiarism Presentation techniques Basics in design of experiment (DoE) Assessment methods Formative assessment (including assessment methods such as preliminary test, intermediate test, homework, students´ collaboration, and final exam)Code of Conduct 10 pointsScientific literature search15 pointsPeer review & DoE15 pointsDoE calculation15 pointsPower point presentation15 pointsFinal Exam 35 pointsGrading scale: 90 points and more…grade 1, 89-80 points…grade 2, 79-70 points…grade 3, 69-60 points…grade 4, less than 60 points…grade 5 Teaching methods Blended learning including learning methods such as frontal teaching, distance learning, exercises, work tasks, students´ presentations, etc. Language English > Trends and Future Markets in Packaging ILVPackaging Technology and Sustainabilitymore Trends and Future Markets in Packaging ILV Lector: FH-Prof.in Dipl.-Ing.in Dr.in Silvia Apprich, Viktoria Helene Gabriel, MSc 3 SWS 6 ECTS Lecture contents Insights about current packaging trends and potentials for innovations and future markets from key not speakers along the value-added chain (packaging producers, manufacturer of branded goods, service providers, science, etc.) Assessment methods The course evaluation takes place via formative assessment. During the entire semester points for several tasks can be achieved which affords following advantages:Workload is distributed equally among the entire semesterEvaluation does not only represent a snap-shot.Learning methods can be adapted during the semester.Students take responsibility on their own towards their learning outcomes and an individual scope of action is grantedEncouragement of independent research and work Encouragement of writing a term paper independentlyTotal score: 100 pointsThis course consists of the following partial performances:Partial Performances Points Bonus PointsOnline exam: compulsory literature 10 Questionnaires 12 Online exercise: SDG Mapping 10 Term paper 50 5Peer-Feedback 8 Presentation/Pitch 10 5Total 100 10Grading keyPointsGrade 1100-90Grade 289-80Grade 379-70Grade 469-60Grade 5≤ 59 Teaching methods •Blended learning approach•Lecture format: key note speeches, activating teaching and learning methods •Work packages & exercises:–Compulsory literature: basic understanding of current trends in the packaging industry, serves as preparation for key note speeches, encourages independent research and analysis of current trends for further problem identification and prospective solution proposals–Online-exam: exam about compulsory literature in Moodle–Questionnaire: Students prepare on their own individual questionnaires with up to 5 questions prior to key note speeches, which serve as basic research for their term paper–Online exercise: online exercise in Moodle about global trends in the packaging industry in conjunction with SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals)–Term paper: Students work individually on a self-elected or a predetermined topic including research, description, problem identification and solution proposals (trends, innovations) in the packaging industry by composing all findings in a term paper. This serves for a deep knowledge acquisition of current popular topics in the packaging industry as well as for a deep dive along the value chain. Furthermore, it facilitates structure and constitution of a scientific paper. For detailed information regarding structure of a term paper please see “DO_PTS_Guide for the preparation of a seminar paper” in Moodle. –Peer-Feedback: Evaluation and critical review of one term paper of a fellow student via Moodle. Selection will take place via a random generator. –Presentation/Pitch: individual 5 minutes pitch presentation about own term paper including topic introduction, description of current situation, problem identification and proposals for potential solutions/innovations for the according field of the packaging industry. Selection of various support material for presentation and visualization is at your own choice (PPT, Flip-Chart, poster, video, etc.). This part mainly encourages preparation, structure, creativity and advancement of presentation techniques for pitches / key note speeches. PublicationsThe publications of Silvia Apprich written at FH Campus Wien can be found in our publication database, others in the personal web space.