Module Catalog for

Communication Engineering and Media Technology

Curated list of available modules for the specialization.
For students of year 2019 and further (PO 2019).

As described on the general curriculum page, all specializations follow the same structure only differing in the catalog of modules to choose from. The tables below show a curated listing of modules for your convenience, but the official module handbook on c@mpus always takes precedence.

Every specialization involves:

  • 1 Basic Module (6CP)
  • 10 Specialization Modules (each 6CP = 60CP) in roughly equal parts from computer science (CS) and electrical engineering (EE):

    • 2+ Core Modules from each CS and EE for a total of 30CP
    • 2+ Supplementary Modules from each CS and EE for a total of 30CP
  • 1 Research Project (15CP)
    The project may be replaced with a Seminar (3CP) plus two additional choices from the full catalog of core and supplementary modules (each 6CP)

  • 1 Lab Course (6CP)
  • 1 Non-Technical Module (3CP)
  • 1 Master Thesis (30CP)

There is a small set of supplementary modules that are only worth 3CP. A maximum of two 3CP modules can be picked for your studies, replacing one 6CP supplementary module.

Supplementary Modules recommended for the 1. semester are marked with .

Fixed:

Module Semester Turnus
Advanced Higher Mathematics (AHM) WS

Choose 2-3:

Module Semester Turnus
Imaging Science SS
Parallel Systems irregularly
Loose Coupling and Message Based Applications WS
Service Computing WS
Computer Interface Technologies irregularly
Data compression irregularly
Program Analysis and Compiler Construction discontinued
Embedded Systems Engineering SS/WS
Modelling, Simulation and Specification SS
Performance Modeling and Simulation WS
Business Process Management WS
Distibuted Systems II SS/WS
Service Management and Cloud Computing, and Evaluation WS
Robotics I WS
Theoretical and Methodological Foundations of Autonomous Systems WS
Data Warehousing, Data Mining, and OLAP WS
Digital System Design irregularly
Net-based Applications and E-Commerce irregularly
Compiler Construction discontinued
Hardware Description Languages irregularly
Design and Implementation of a Compiler discontinued
3D Scanner - Algorithms and Systems SS
System and Web Security SS
Security and Privacy SS
Model-Driven Software Development SS
Introduction to Modern Cryptography WS
Multimodal Interaction for Ubiquitous Computers discontinued
Human-Computer Interaction irregularly
Smart Cities and Internet of Things SS
Complex Network Systems WS
Real-time Concepts for Embedded Systems ?
Computer Architecture and Organization WS
Operating Systems WS
Quantum Technologies 1: Concepts WS
Advanced Software Testing and Analysis SS
Behavioural Software Engineering SS

 

Supplementary Modules with reduced ECTS (3CP)
Module Semester Turnus
Software System Safety WS

Choose 2-3:

Module Semester Turnus
Optoelectronics I SS
Semiconductor Technology I WS
Flat Panel Displays SS
Radio Frequency Technology WS
Statistical and Adaptive Signal Processing WS
Advanced CMOS Devices and Technology SS
Physical Design of Integrated Circuits SS
Thin Film Technology discontinued
Space-Time Wireless Communication SS
Detection and Pattern Recognition SS
Smart Power Grids SS
Wind Energy 2 - Planning and Operation of Wind Farms WS
Machine Learning SS
Intelligent Sensors and Actors discontinue
Optoelectronic Devices and Circuits II WS
Lasers, Light Sources and Illumination Systems WS
Network Security and Mobile Network Architecture Evolution SS
Automotive Electronics-Semiconductor Applications in Traffic Engineering WS
Digital Video and Multirate Filterbanks discontinued
Industrial Automation Systems SS
High-Frequency Methods in Diffraction Theory SS
Basics of Radio Frequency Technology SS
Error Control Coding: Graph-based Codes and Iterative Methods WS
Microwave Analog Frontend Design SS
Error Control Coding: Algebraic and Convolutional Codes SS
Battery modelling and Energy Management WS
Information Theory SS
Deep learning SS
Circuit Design in Nanometer Scaled CMOS SS
Advanced Mathematics for Signal and Information Processing WS
Sensor principles and integrated interface circuits WS
Communications WS
Quantum Technologies 2: Implementations WS
Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuits every second WS
Semiconductor Engineering IV – Intelligent Sensors and Actors (SE IV) SS
Modeling and Analysis of Automation Systems SS
SiGe BiCMOS Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit Design WS
Supplementary Modules with reduced ECTS (3CP)
Module Semester Turnus
Signal and System Theory Basics discontinued in WS20/21
Radio Frequency Technology: Introduction WS
Electronic Circuits  WS
Matrix Computations in Signal Processing and Machine Learning WS
Network Security WS
Automotive radar systems for autonomous driving WS
Mobile Network Architecture Evolution SS
Digital Image Processing SS
Deep Learning Application for Communications SS

The research project is a larger experimental or theoretical work graded after a written report. It equals a workload of 15 credit points (3 months or 450 hours) to be carried out over one semester, preferably at a university institute, or (with additional restrictions, see attached information sheets) at an external institution. It is meant to give the opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge practically as a preparation for the master thesis. If no suitable topic is found, the project may be replaced by a seminar and two additional specialization modules (core or supplementary modules). A project report (in english) and a presentation of 20-30 minutes conclude the examination.

More information on the Research Project

A seminar is only pickable as replacement for the research project! A seminar and two additonal choices from the core or supplementary catalogs replace the project. More information on the general curriculum page.

The listed modules are only the seminars that are permanently registered in c@mpus. All seminars offered in english by the institutes of the departments of computer science and electrical engineering, that do not explicitly exclude infotech students, can be registered under the generic module Seminar INFOTECH by explicitly selecting the examiner during exam registration. For seminars offered by the CS department a special registration is held, which is announced during the preceding semester. For other seminars you might have to register with the professor or institute directly as they organize the seminars on a changing per-semester basis. In any case the seminar still has to be registered again with the examination office to receive a mark!

Module Semester Turnus
Seminar INFOTECH SS/WS
Seminar "Advanced Topics in Radio Frequency Technology" SS/WS
Selected Topics on Power and Microwave Electronics SS
Advanced Topics in Communications Transmission SS



Choose 1:

Module Semester Turnus
Information and Contract Law (block seminar) WS
Business Management and Administration (block seminar) WS
Technology and Innovation Management (semester lecture) SS
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