Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

PROGRAMME OVERVIEW
TUM Asia

Bachelor of Science in
Electrical Engineering & Information Technology

Electrical Engineering and Information Technology form the foundation of the digital age and are among the prime engines of technological and economic progress. They offer us a head start on the challenges of the future in areas as diverse as automotive technology, power engineering and electronics engineering, with applications ranging from household appliances to space satellites. The rapid developments in information and communications technology in particular underscore the tremendous importance of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology.

This degree programme offers an interdisciplinary approach to the design, manufacture and integration of energy and information into engineering systems and processes. It covers fundamental engineering principles and application-based skills in innovative product development. Students have a choice of specialisation in Microelectronics, Integrated Circuit Design or Automation.

Electrical Engineering and Information Technology professionals excel in research and development, planning, design, operation, purchasing, sales, teaching, patent procedures and business management, in telecommunications, construction, power supply, consumer electronics, and more.

Learn about SIT-TUM Asia’s Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology.

TUM Asia Academic Calendar AY2016/17

Academic Calendar AY2016/17

Orientation

29 Jul 2016

Semester 1
(1 Aug 2016 – Jan 2017)

Classes

1 Aug 2016 – 15 Dec 2016
Exams: after completion of each module

Study Break

16 Dec 2016 – 2 Jan 2017

Supplementary Exams

3 Jan 2017 onwards

Semester 2
(25 Jan 2016 to Jun 2016)
Jun dates tbc

Classes

For Chemical Engineering:
End of Jan 2017 – Jul 2017

For Electrical Engineering and Information Technology:
End Jan 2017 / Early Feb 2017 – Jun 2017

Exams: after completion of each module

Study Break

Jun 2017 – Jul 2017 (tbc)

Supplementary Exams

Early Jul 2017 – Mid Jul 2017 (tbc)

Note: The above dates are subject to changes.

TUM Asia Academic Calendar AY2015/16

Academic Calendar AY2015/16

Orientation

31 Jul 2015

Semester 1
(3 Aug 2015 - 20 Dec 2015)

Classes

3 Aug 2015 - 20 Dec 2015
Exams: after completion of each module

Study Break

21 Dec 2015 - 22 Jan 2016

Supplementary Exams

9 Jan 2016 onwards

Semester 2
(25 Jan 2016 to Jun 2016)
Jun dates tbc

Classes

For Chemical Engineering:
4 Jan 2016 - 1 July 2016

For Electrical Engineering and Information Technology:
1 Feb 2016 - 17 Jun 2016

Exams: after completion of each module

Study Break

Jun 2016 - Jul 2016 (tbc)

Supplementary Exams

Early Jul 2016 - mid Jul 2016 (tbc)

Semester 3
(26 June 2016 – 30 Nov 2016)

Classes

For Chemical Engineering:
25 Jul - 16 Dec 2016

For Electrical Engineering and Information Technology:
27 Jun - 30 Nov 2016

Exams: after completion of each module

Study Break

19 Dec 2016 - 02 Jan 2017

Supplementary Exams

For Chemical Engineering:
03 Jan onwards (tbc)

For Electrical Engineering and Information Technology:
07 Dec - 16 Dec 2016

Semester 4
(03 Jan 2017 to June 2017)

Classes

For Chemical Engineering:
09 Jan to June (planning in progress)

For Electrical Engineering and Information Technology:
03 Jan to June (planning in progress)

Study Break

TBC

Supplementary Exams

TBC

Note: The above dates are subject to changes.

TUM Asia Academic Calendar AY2013/14

Academic Calendar

Semester 1*

10 Jun 2013 – 27 Dec 2013

Semester 2

6 Jan 2014 – 30 May 2014

Semester 3

23 Jun 2014 – 9 Dec 2014

Semester 4

2 Feb 2015 – 10 Jul 2015

Semester 5

13 Jul 2015 – 18 Dec 2015

Semester 6#

Jan 2016 – Jun 2016

Note:

The exact dates for Semester 6 are to be advised.
* Students MUST pass all of Semester 1’s modules in order to progress to Semester 2.
# Semester 6 is only applicable to students with GCE “A” level qualification.

Grading System

TUM Asia

  • Bachelor of Science in:

    • Chemical Engineering

    • Electrical Engineering & Information Technology

The Bachelor of Science Programmes offered by Technische Universität München (TUM) ASIA are full-time programmes in which the foundations for both industry and science careers are built. The semesters consist of the methodical foundations in the areas of Physics, Mathematics, Information Technology and Electrical Engineering.

*It is compulsory for students to pass all of semester 1's modules in order to progress to Semester 2 (this only applies to the Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering & Information Technology programme). For Semester 1, students are given two chances to pass all the exams.


Examination Requirements

A student who has registered for the modules for the term must sit for the written examination for all modules.


Grading

For programmes that confer a TUM degree, the grading system will follow that of TUM's.

For modules which are graded by several examiners, the average grades will be rounded off to the nearest one decimal place. All further decimal places will be disregarded without rounding.

For the purpose of a more differentiated assessment, the grades below may be raised or lowered by 0.3. Grades lies between 1.0 to 5.0.

CAP represents the grade average of all modules (excluding failed modules) attempted by a student as shown in the example in Table 1.

All modules taken as electives will be taken into the CAP (TUM) calculation.

Module Grades:

Module Grades

Remarks

1

Very Good

2

Good

3

Satisfactory

4*

Sufficient

5

Fail


*Please note that module grades 4.3 and 4.7 are considered fail grades.


CAP (TUM) Calculation

The CAP (TUM) is calculated by summing up the multiplication of the module grade point(s) with the respective modular credit(s), and dividing the total sum by the sum of total modular credits taken by the student.

The formula is:

CAP (TUM) = Sum (module grade point x modular credits for the module)
Sum (modular credits)


Example:

Course

Module Credit

Module Grade Point

AA101

3

2.7

AB102

3

1.7

AC103

3

1.3

AD104

4

1.0

AE105

3

3.3

CAP (TUM) = [3x2.7] + [3x1.7] + [3x1.3] + [4x1.0] + [3x3.3] = 1.94
[3 + 3 + 3 + 4 + 3]

 

The CAP (TUM) is based on the overall average. The respective meanings of the module grades are as follows:

Module Grade

Remarks

1.0 – 1.2

Pass with high distinction

1.3 – 1.5

Pass with distinction

1.6 – 2.5

Pass with merit

2.6 – 3.5

Pass

3.6 – 4.0

Conceded pass


Absence from Examination

a. Medical Reason - Students who are unwell or deemed unfit for examination have to submit the following:

  1. Medical report form. Students have to contact the respective Academic Services Officer for the medical report and bring it along upon visiting the clinic / hospital. This form requires the medical practitioner’s signature and clinic / hospital stamp.
  2. Medical certificate. The report has to be submitted along with the medical certificate to Academic Services Division within 48 hours of the absence. Failure or late submission of the form and medical certificate by the student will result in a 'Fail' grade for the respective module.

b. Non-medical reason – The module result will be considered as a 'Fail' grade.


Retake of Examination

If student failed a required module, the student must retake the module examination. Student could only attempt the failed exam in the next semester. Students have to pass all failed modules before their maximum candidature period expires.


Graduation Requirements

The requirement for graduation is as follows:

Successful completion of all requirements (180 credits#) as prescribed by the programme of study within the maximum allowable candidature period.
TUM will confer the degree when students fulfil the graduation criteria.

#180 credits will include 59 credits from semester 1 and the exemption package.

Note: All regulations and rules which are not stated herein will abide to the standards of TUM. In case of discrepancies, the stricter standards or the decisions from TUM Asia management will apply.

Students are required to obtain 'sufficient' module grades for all modules within the maximum candidature period. Failing to do so will result in termination of candidature.


Poor Academic Performance

An academic warning will be issued if the module grade is more than 4.0 in any term of study.


Appeal Process

Students have to apply for an appeal online through SIT Student Portal. Payment of S$32.10 (inclusive of GST) has to be paid per subject reviewed. The fee is forfeited if appeal is of no merit. Appeal period is two weeks from the release date of the examination results. Students are allowed to review their exam papers STRICTLY within the premises of TUM Asia, under the supervision of staff from the Academic Services Division. Students are NOT allowed to bring any electronic devices (e.g. camera, handphones) as well as remove ANY form of documents from TUM Asia.

The Examiner’s decision on the appeal outcome is final. Students will not be permitted to re-appeal.

MODULE SYNOPSIS

TUM Asia Electrical Engineering & Information Technology, BSc

Programme Structure

Mandatory Modules

Semester 1

• MA9411 Calculus 1

1. Fundamentals: real and complex numbers, supremum, induction, notion of functions, mathematical notation. 2. Sequences, series, limits, continuity. 3. Integral and differential calculus.

• MA9409 Linear Algebra

Vectors, matrices, linear equation systems, scalar and vector product, determinants, orthogonality, linear spaces, linear transformation, eigenvalues, matrix factorizations (especially diagonalization and singular value decomposition), matrix norm, Linear differential equations with constant coefficients.

• EI0006 Digital Technology

1. Basics of digital information representation, information processing and storage: number representation and arithmetic operations in binary number system. 2. Basic model for functional behaviour of MOSFET transistors, current equation, delay and dynamic power. 3. Circuitry-wise realization of arithmetic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication) as well as the synthesis of bi- and multiple-stage combinatorial operations (conjunction, disjunction, negation) and sequential switchgears consisting of basic components (logic gates, registers, MOSFET transistors). 4. Logic optimization of combinational circuits (switching network). Techniques to improve the information flow of clocked, sequential switchgears via pipeline and parallel processing. 5. Role and structure of finite state machines as control and monitoring units of multiple convenient applications. 6. Basics of methodological testing of circuits: fault diagnosis, derivation of fault coverage tables, testing regulations in combinational circuits and sequential switch gears. 7. Besides the functional aspects of digital circuit technology and the causes and limits of performance, the time response and the energy consumption of digital complementary metal oxide semiconductors (CMOS) technologies in the context of information and communication technology (ICT) are taught. 8. In addition necessary economic aspects of CMOS are addressed.

• EI9002 Circuit Theory 1

Linear and nonlinear resistive circuits. 1. Lumped-Circuit Approximation, Modelling: Electric devices, circuit elements, graphs, Kirchhoff’s laws, linearity. 2. One-ports: v-i characteristics and properties, parallel and series connections, DC-operating point and linear approximation, small-signal analysis. 3. Two-ports: Representations and properties, vector space approach, special two-ports, connections. 4. Transistors: Modelling of bipolar and field-effect transistors, basic circuits and their analysis (DC-points and small-signal approximation). 5. Operational Amplifiers: Linear and nonlinear modelling, basic circuits. 6. Multi-ports: Representations und special multi-ports. 7. Circuit Analysis: Interconnect and its properties, Tellegen’s theorem, incidence matrices, tableau analysis, node and loop analysis, direct set-up of the node- admittance matrix. 8. General Circuit Properties: Substitution theorem, superposition theorem, Mayer- Norton and Helmholtz-Thevenin theorems, passivity, incremental passivity und monotonicity. 9. Logic Circuits: Boolean algebra, basic gates and their realization.

• EI9001 Physics

Mechanics, oscillations and waves, thermodynamics, optics, atomic and nuclear physics. {article_slider_end}

Semester 2

• MA9412 Calculus 2

1. Integral and differential calculus (multidimensional): curves, scalar and vector fields, partial derivative, gradient, total derivative, functional matrix, implicit functions, extreme values with and without constraints. 2. Differential and integral calculus (multidimensional): vector fields, line integrals, potential, and volume integrals. 3. Differential equations: ordinary differential equations, special types of 1st order differential equations.

• EI1200 Algorithms and Data Structures

Automata theory, formal languages and grammar, fundamental string processing, design and analysis of algorithms, abstract data structures, graphs, trees, lists, pointers, queues, stacks, basic algorithms, sorting, searching, graph algorithms, complexity measures, modelling, basic programming techniques (loops, branches, pointers, etc.), basic language structure (programming using C), usage of editors and compilers.

• EI0104 Computer Technology

Structure of computer systems, micro-architecture, instruction set architecture, data and instruction formats, assembler programming and high-level language, interaction of computer programs and operating system, operating system tasks.

• EI9003 Circuit Theory 2

Linear and nonlinear dynamic circuits.
1. Energy Storing Elements: Nonlinear and linear capacitor and inductor, curves in the u-q- and i-phi-plane, duality of charge and flux. 2. Properties of dynamic one port: linearity, memory and initial state, continuity, lossless property, energy storage and relaxation points. Series and parallel connection of dynamic one ports. 3. Dynamic multi ports. 4. First Order Circuits: Linear and piece-wise linear resistive circuits connected with a linear dynamic one port. Calculation of the port variables of time invariant circuits for constant, piece-wise constant and arbitrary excitations. Time variant circuits with switches. Piece-wise linear first order circuits: dynamic route, equilibrium states, impasse point, and jump phenomenon. Relaxation oscillators and bistable circuits. 5. Linear Second Order Circuits: System of coupled first order state equations in two state variables. Equation formulation, realization of the state equation. Zero input case: solution of the state equation with the eigenvalues and eigenvectors of the A matrix and transformation to the normal form. Discussion of solution types and types of equilibrium states with phase portraits and time functions. Consideration of autonomous systems and systems with arbitrary excitations. 6. Nonlinear Second Order Circuits: Nonlinear resistive two ports connected with two linear dynamic one ports. Piece-wise linear two ports: classification of equilibrium states and sketch of phase portrait. Constant-energy circuits. 7. Limiting orbits: linear oscillator, relaxation oscillator. 8. Phasor Analysis: Systems with sinusoidal excitation in steady state. Properties of phasors: uniqueness, linearity, and differential rule. 9. Network functions: complex frequency and natural frequencies, frequency response: Bode plots.

• EI1404 Electricity and Magnetism

Physical theory of electric and magnetic phenomena, that is relevant to technical applications:
1. Electrostatics: charge, electrical field, potential, capacity, electrical energy. 2. DC: current density, charge conservation, Kirchhoff’s circuit laws, Ohm’s law. 3. Magneto statics: magnetic fields, solenoidal fields, Ampere's law. 4. Magnet. 5. Induction: electromagnetic induction (motional and motionless induction), inductivity, magnetic energy. 6. AC: linear circuit elements, complex AC analysis. {article_slider_end}

Semester 3

• MA9413 Calculus 3

1. Orthogonal series (especially Fourier series), Fourier transform, Hilbert space. 2. Partial Differential equations. 3. Complex analysis: Properties of analytic functions and integral transforms, residue theorem, Laurent expansion (Laurent series), singularities. 4. Differential equations: continuation of linear theory, nonlinear differential equations, existence and uniqueness theorems, stability.

• EI2501 Signal Representation

Time-continuous and time-discrete signals, linear time-invariant systems (LTI- systems), convolution, convolution integral and convolution sum, pulse response of LTI-systems, stability and causality, periodic signals, orthogonal function systems, time-continuous Fourier series (FS), time-continuous Fourier transform (FT), Fourier integral, relationship between FS and FT, corresponding TF pairs, amplitude modulation and signal reconstruction, linear differential equations and transfer functions, Bode diagram, introduction to filter technology, time-discrete Fourier transform (TDFT), linear differential equations, time-discrete filters, sampling in the frequency domain, Laplace transform (LT), convergence properties of the LT, z- transform, residue theorem, discrete Fourier transform (DFT).

• EI2500 Stochastic Signals

1. Probability theory: sample space, sigma algebra, probability measure, conditional probability, stochastic independence, Bayes' theorem, discrete and real random variables, probability distribution and density, joint distribution and density, functions of random variables, expectation and variance, conditional expectation, generating and characteristic function, central limit theorem, law of large numbers and Chebyshev inequality. 2. Standard stochastic models: (Bernoulli) uniform, binomial, Poisson, geometric, normal and exponential distribution. 3. Stochastic random sequences: ensemble of random variables vs. Path model, distributions and densities of random sequences, discrete random walk process, convergence of random sequences, Markov property, Markov chains. 4. Random processes: auto- and cross-correlation function, Wiener-Levy process, Poisson process, Markov processes, classification of random processes, power spectral density, Wiener-Khintchine theorem, linear systems and random process, white Gaussian noise, deviation and integration of stochastic paths, the MSE-calculus and the Karhunen-Loeve development of random processes.

• EI2406 Electromagnetic Field Theory

Theory of electromagnetism from field theory point of view as basis for the physical understanding of electromagnetic phenomena in technical applications:
1. Maxwell equations, material models, energy transport and electromechanical forces. 2. Electromagnetic waves: polarization, dispersion, damping, reflection, refraction. 3. Radiation of antennas in free space. 4. Reciprocity theorem.

• EI2101 Materials of Electrical Engineering

Basics of quantum mechanics; structure of matter (atoms, molecules, crystals); mechanical, thermal, dielectric, optical and magnetic properties of solids; electrical and thermal transport, free electron gas; metals, dielectrics, plastics, glass and ceramics; energy band model; semiconductors and their applications; superconductivity; the most important materials for applications in electronics. {article_slider_end}

Semester 4

• MA9410 Numerical Mathematics

Numerical Analysis and Optimization: linear and nonlinear equation systems, error analysis, interpolation, numerical integration, initial value problems for ordinary differential equations (ODE), boundary value problems, partial differential equations.

• EI0310 Discrete Mathematics

1. Propositional Logic: propositional forms, truth-set, laws of propositional logic, rules of inference; law of resolution; logic conclusions; binary decision diagrams (BDDs), operations on BDDs (application: e.g. logic verification, logic synthesis). 2. Predicate Logic: predicate logic forms, laws of predicate logic, deduction scheme, induction (application: e.g. petri nets). 3. Sets: notation, operation, relations between sets; Boolean algebra of subsets (application: e.g. string operations, discrete system simulation). 4. Relations and Graphs: fundamentals, operations on relations; properties of relations, representation of relations (e.g. matrix representation); closures, order relations, equivalence relations (application: e.g. graph algorithms); binary graphs, possibly graph algorithms; extrema. 5. Finite State Machines FSMs (possibly very briefly, depending on contents of other lectures): relation-based description; optimization of FSMs. 6. Algebraic Structures: rings: fundamentals, properties, substructures, homomorphism and isomorphism, modular arithmetic; groups: fundamentals, properties, homomorphism and isomorphism, coset. 7. Complexity Theory: numbering, elementary counting; asymptotic behaviour of cost functions.

• EI2502 Communication Engineering

Source signals and their spectra, sampling theorem, quantization, basic concepts of the rate-distortion theory, pulse code modulation (PCM), differential PCM. Basic concepts of information theory, source coding and entropy encoding. Baseband transmission: pulse waveforms and their spectra, Nyquist criterions, eye diagram. Transmission channel (e.g. AWGN-channel), matched filter, detection in random noise, error probability for anti-periodic and orthogonal transmission, linear digital modulation schemes (PSK, QAM), realization aspects (clock, phase and frequency estimation).

• EI0307 Control Engineering 1

Basics of open-loop and closed-loop control, automation in technical and nontechnical systems. -Modelling, linearization and linear systems. - Time response of linear dynamical systems. – Standard dynamic system components, time-lagged systems. - Stability of LTI-systems, stability criteria. – Basics of closed- loop control and standard controllers. - Stability analysis of closed-loop control circuits in the frequency domain, Nyquist- and Bode-diagrams. –Control unit design and methods for controller parameters. - Structural extension of single closed loop control structures via feed forward control and controller cascades. - Condition-based control unit design, linear-quadratic control, state monitor of LTI-systems. - Digital implementation of open-loop control, closed-loop control regulations and filter laws. – Discrete event open-loop control and Petri-Netz-modelling, coordination of partial control. - Technology of regulatory, control (open-loop control and closed-loop control) and automation systems. - Application examples

• EI1405 Measurement and Sensor Technology

Introduction to digital measurement systems, measuring amplifiers and bridges, display, conversion and processing of measurement data, measurement systems with resistive, capacitive and inductive sensors, technical temperature measurement, measurement systems with optical sensors, electric and magnetic effects in sensor materials, measurement systems with ion-conducting sensors, measurement systems with gravimetric sensors, measurement systems with time delay and Doppler sensors.

• EI0306 Electrical Energy Technology

Importance of electricity industry, generation of electrical energy, energy storage technologies, three-phase system (alternating current technology), electric machines, transmission of electrical energy, electric power grids, high voltage technology, electric drives, (electronic) power converters, electrical safety.

• EI2407 Electronic Devices

1. Basics in semiconductor electronics: bonding model and energy band structure, Electrical and optical properties of semiconductors, carrier transport, PN- junction and filed effect. 2. Structure and operation of semiconductor devices: Diodes (PN diodes, Schottky diodes, and optical diodes), bipolar transistor, MOS structure and field effect transistor, memory cells, IGBT, thyristor.{article_slider_end}

Electives Modules

Semester 5

Specialisation 1: Integrated Circuit Design

• EI0626 Cryptology and IT-Security

1. The lecture serves as an introduction to cryptology and IT-Security, starting with the basic aspects of security: confidentiality, authenticity and integrity, anonymity, non-repudiation, authorisation and access control as well as threats and risks in IT-Security. 2. The relevant results from discrete math are reviewed with special focus on the arithmetics of finite fields and elliptic curves. 3. The discussion of cryptographic mechanisms (symmetric vs. asymmetric cryptography, stream cyphers, hybrid cryptography, one-way- and hash- functions, digital signatures) is succeeded by the inspection of important cryptographic algorithms. Common primitives are considered along with their modes of operation. 4. The application of these algorithms for cryptographic protocols such as challenge-response procedures, Diffie-Hellman key exchange, the Fiat-Shamir protocol, Kerberos and public key infrastructures is covered. 5. Complementary the implementation of complex secure systems such as PKI- infrastructures and access control will be studied as application examples. 6. Finally the design of secure systems, "system engineering" is discussed.

• EI0674 Signal Processing Systems

1. Transfer function and impulse shaping 2. Time-continuous circuits and systems: 2.1 State space representation: forms of realization (direct form, normal form, and cascade form), sensitiveness. 2.2 Standard approximations: Butterworth-, Tschebyscheff-, Cauer- und Bessel- filter. 3. Time-discrete circuits and systems: 3.1 Transfer functions of time discrete systems. 3.2 FIR- and IIR-systems, 3.3 FIR-filter design: linear phase FIR-filter, window function, LS-design in the frequency domain, minimum phase FIR-Filter. 3.4 IIR-filter design: Richards transform, Bilinear transform, time-discrete integrators. 3.5 Frequency transformations. 4. Stability: 4.1 Observability and controllability, 4.2 stability of state, bibo stability. 5. Aadaptive Signal Processing: 5.1 Channel estimation: correlator, LS-estimation, 5.2 Unbiased filtering: Zero- Forcing Algorithm, 5.3 Signal adapted Filtering: Matched Filter, comparison between Zero-Forcing Filter and Matched Filter; 5.4 Wiener-Kolmogorov Filtering: least square method, minimum mean-square error by Wiener Filter, comparison with Zero-Forcing and Matched Filter.

• EI3103 Lab Course Analog Circuit Design

This course gives students the opportunity to learn the basics of the design and the characterization of analog circuits. Therefore basic circuitry (e.g. differential pair, current and voltage references) has to be designed with standard industry-tools (Cadence, Matlab). The students have to develop the full schematic diagram and dimension the device parameters. Afterwards the circuitry has to be assembled with discrete devices and the functionality has to be tested. The device and circuit parameters have to be determined and evaluated with test circuits and measurement equipment. Familiarization with CAD environment, PVT (Process, Voltage, and Temperature) variation, Transistor Characterization.

• EI3104 Lab Course Digital Circuit Design

The aim of the module is to provide the students with knowledge and understanding of practical Integrated Circuit (IC) design techniques in digital IC. It includes both digital IC design at transistor level as well as system level using hardware description language (HDL). Verilog-HDL is the targeted HDL in this semester. This is a full laboratory course with 100% laboratory assessment, and that’s no written examination. {article_slider_end}

Specialisation 2: Systems & Sensors

• EI3200 Micro System Technologies (MEMS components)

Understanding of micro-structured energy converter system design and dimensioning of micro-transducers, piezoresistive transducers, piezoelectric transducers, magnetic transducers, Calculation of basic structures and design of micro-structured mechanical and fluidic elements.

• EI0667 Real Time and Embedded Systems

The Lecture "Real-Time and Embedded Systems" covers the topics:
1. Basics of embedded processor architectures 2. Bus and memory architectures 3. Performance/Timing analysis of embedded systems 4. Models for real-time systems 5. Principles of embedded software development 6. Basic real-time programming language concepts (e.g. Esterel) 7. Real-time operating systems 8. Power management 9. Design space exploration

• EI3301 Dynamic Systems and Control 2

Representation and Analysis of Multi-Input Multi-Output Systems, performance specification and limitations, H control (PK structure, H control problem, Mixed sensitivity design, characterization of H norm, control synthesis), bisection algorithm.

• EI0663 Lab Course Control and Automation Laboratory

The laboratory consists of experiments on the following topics: computer aided control design, state space control design, systems with distributed parameters, machine vision in automation systems, mobile robots, automation with petrinets and neuronal networks.

NOTE - 'A' level students have to do 2 soft skills modules and Engineering Practice (Internship) in Semester 6.

ELIGIBILITY

TUM Asia
Electrical Engineering & Information Technology, BSc

Polytechnic Diploma

Nanyang Polytechnic

  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Cyber Security & Forensics
  • Electrical Engineering with Eco-Design
  • Electronics, Computer & Communications Engineering
  • Engineering Informatics
  • Information Technology
  • Information Security
  • Mechatronics Engineering
  • Multimedia & Infocomm Technology
  • Nanotechnology & Materials Science
  • Telematics & Media Technology

Ngee Ann Polytechnic

  • Aerospace Electronics
  • Audio-Visual Technology
  • Automation & Mechatronics Systems
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Clean Energy Management
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electronic & Computer Engineering
  • Electronics & Telecommunications Engineering
  • Engineering Science
  • Mechatronic Engineering
  • Network Systems & Security

Republic Polytechnic

  • Aerospace Avionics
  • Biomedical Electronics (formerly known as Biomedical Electronics Engineering)
  • Communications & Automation Electronics
  • Digital Entertainment Electronics
  • Electrical & Electronic Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Micro and Nanotechnology
  • Mobile Software Development
  • Renewable Energy Engineering

Singapore Polytechnic

  • Aerospace Electronics
  • Bioelectronics
  • Clean Energy
  • Computer Engineering (formerly known as Computer & Network Technology)
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electronics & Communication Engineering
  • Electronics, Computer & Communication Engineering
  • Electronics & Computer Control Engineering
  • Electrical & Electronic Engineering
  • Energy Systems & Management
  • Engineering Systems
  • Engineering with Business
  • Info-Communication Engineering & Design (formerly known as Info-Communication Technology)
  • Infocomm Security Management
  • Information Technology
  • Mechatronics & Robotics
  • Mechatronics

Temasek Polytechnic

  • Aerospace Electronics
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Biomedical Informatics & Engineering
  • Clean Energy
  • Computer Engineering
  • Cyber & Digital Security
  • Digital Forensics
  • Electronics
  • Infocomm & Network Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Microelectronics
  • Mechatronics
  • Media & Communication Technology
  • Telecommunications


*Students who do hold a diploma from other programmes which are not listed here are welcome to apply. Applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Applicants who are not graduates from a Polytechnic in Singapore, but have completed a formal 12-year education equivalent to A-Levels, are eligible to apply for the following degree programme at SIT.

Overseas University Partner

Degree Programmes

Subject Requirement(s)

TUM Asia

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering & Information Technology

  1. A/H2 Mathematics, and a A/H2 Science subject (Biology, Chemistry or Physics)
  2. HL Mathematics, and a HL Science subject (Biology, Chemistry or Physics)

 

OIP

TUM Asia
Electrical Engineering & Information Technology, BSc

All students will have to complete an attachment at the home campus of Technical University of Munich (TUM) in Germany within the final semester of their degree program. Students will undergo matriculation at the TUM home campus when they attend the Overseas Immersion Programme. The exact duration of their stay in Germany may vary with each student but in general, students from the EEIT degree programme will have to spend about 12 weeks abroad, whilst students from the CE degree programme will have to spend about 17 weeks abroad. EEIT students will carry out their Bachelor’s thesis under supervision by their German professors. CE students, in addition to the Bachelor’s thesis, will have to attend laboratory courses on Physical Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at the home campus.

The trip to Germany will provide students an enriching immersive experience of living and studying at the TUM campus in Munich. The estimated cost ranges from S$7,000 to S$9,000.

Note: Estimated costs are dependent on the prevailing currency exchange rate and flight ticket prices.

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“The TUM OIP provided me a chance to enlarge my circle of friends, experience different cultures and history. This is a very beneficial experience for me.”
- (Huang Yilong, Class of 2010)

CONTACT US / LOCATION

TUM Asia
Electrical Engineering & Information Technology, BSc

For admission-related queries, please email to Adm@SingaporeTech.edu.sg
For general and programme-related queries, please email to AcdPrg@SingaporeTech.edu.sg

drxiangning

Associate Professor Xiang Ning
Programme Director

lim-wee-han

Assistant Professor Lim Wee Han
Deputy Programme Director

Location:
SIT@SP Building
510 Dover Road
Singapore 139660

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