Small and large project work: electrotechnology

What is a project work? 

A project is an experimental, documentary or scientific - practical performance. Projects can be either 120 h corresponding to 4 LP or 240 h corresponding to 8 LP. The tasks for the seminar papers are usually set individually. Possible tasks are e.g.

  • Construction and simulation of more complex numerical models (FEM, Matlab-Simulink, etc.)
  • a measurement task within a current research project,
  • Conception, design and layout of a circuit, a device, etc.,
  • ...

The projects can be worked on individually or in a small team, depending on the task at hand. The results of the work are usually to be documented in writing (description of the task, project planning, documentation of the time required, summary of the results).

How can I register for a project?

The registration of a project takes place directly in the institute with which the topic has to be discussed and in the exam registration phase also in the QIS. It is absolutely necessary to discuss a possible topic with the institute BEFORE registering in the QIS! 

If you are interested in a small or large seminar paper, please contact our scientific staff.

How will the examination office be informed about the passing of the project?

After passing, the institute enters the ungraded performance into the QIS system. Failure to pass must also be reported. The topic of the paper will be given to the candidate on a separate certificate and will not be shown on the final documents.

How do students who execute a project receive this certificate?

The certificate is an informal attestation of the institute on which the project topic is confirmed by the examiner's signature and the institute's stamp. Students receive the certificate after successful completion and can later attach it to their final documents.

Who can I contact for questions?

Franziska Arens
Dean of Studies
Franziska Arens
Dean of Studies