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Electrical Engineering and Information Technology Bachelor Information
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Man-Technology-Environment Electives ("MTU")
227-0803-00LEnergy, Resources, Environment: Risks and ProspectsW6 credits4GO. Zenklusen, T. Flüeler
AbstractMultidisciplinary, interactive course focussing on current debates around environmental and energy issues. Topics include: energy transition, nuclear energy and climate change, 2000-Watt-Society. Concepts such as risk, sustainable development and eco-efficiency are applied to case studies. The course is designed for a pluridisciplinary audience and provides a training ground for critical thinking.
ObjectiveDevelop capacities for explicating environmental problems, for scrutinising proposed solutions and for contributing to debates. Analyse complex issues from different perspectives and using a variety of analytical concepts. Understand interactions between the environment, science and technology, society and the economy. Develop skills in critical thinking, scientific writing and presenting.
ContentFollowing a multidisciplinary outline of current issues in environmental and energy policy, the course introduces theoretical and analytical approaches including "risk", "sustainability", "resource management", "messy problems" as well as concepts from institutional design and environmental economics. Large parts of the course are dedicated to case studies and contributions from participants. These serve for applying concepts to concrete challenges and debates. Topics may include: energy transition, innovation, carbon markets, the future of nuclear energy, climate change and development policy, dealing with disaster risk, the use of non-renewable resources, as well as visions such as 2000-watt society.
Lecture notesPresentations and reader provided in electronic formats.
LiteratureReader provided in electronic formats.
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151-0228-00LManagement of Air Transport (Aviation II)W4 credits3GP. Wild
AbstractProviding an overview in management, planning, processes and operations in air transport, the lecture shall enable students to operate and lead a unit within that industry. In addition, the modules provide a good understanding for other transport modes and are a sort of "Mini MBA" (topics see below). Ideally, students complete first "Basics in Air Transport" yet there is no requirement for it.
ObjectiveAfter completion of the course, they shall be familiar with tasks, processes and interactions and have the ability to understand implications of developments in the airlines industry and its environment. This shall enable them to work within the air transport industry.
ContentWeekly: 1h independent preparation; 2h lectures and 1 h training with an expert in the respective field
Overall concept: This lecture build on the content of the lecture "Basics in Air Transport" (101-0499-00L) and provides deeper insights into the airline industry.
Content: Strategy, Alliances & Joint Ventures, Negotiations with Stakeholder, Environmental Protection, Safety & Risk Management, Airline Economics, Network Management, Revenue Management & Pricing, Sales & Distribution, Airline Marketing, Scheduling & Slot Management, Fleet Management & Leasing, Continuing Airworthiness Management, Supply Chain Management, Operational Steering
Lecture notesNo offical lecture notes. Lecturers' slides will be made available
LiteratureLiterature will be provided by the lecturers respective there will be additional Information upon registration
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