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Electrical Engineering and Information Technology Bachelor Information
Bachelor Studies (Programme Regulations 2012)
Laboratory Courses, Projects, Seminars
A minimum of 18 cp must be obtained from the category "Laboratory Courses, Projects, Seminars".
General Laboratory
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
227-0095-10LGeneral Laboratory I Restricted registration - show details
Only for Electrical Engineering and Information Technology BSc.

Enrolment via Online-Tool (EE-Website: Education > Bachelor > Third Year > Laboratory Courses).
W2 credits2PProfessors
AbstractThe Laboratory courses in the 5th and 6th semesters enable the students to put the the contents of the courses from the four first semesters to the test and to consolidate the aquired knowledge. Furthermore students have the possibilty to gain specific knowledge in certain software packages as MATLAB.
ObjectiveImplementing the knowledge acquired during the basic studies.
Prerequisites / NoticeEnrollment through the Online-Tool, Link
227-0096-10LGeneral Laboratory II Restricted registration - show details
Only for Electrical Engineering and Information Technology BSc.

Enrolment via Online-Tool (EE-Website: Education > Bachelor > Third Year > Laboratory Courses).
W4 credits4PProfessors
AbstractThe Laboratory courses in the 5th and 6th semesters enable the students to put the the contents of the courses from the four first semesters to the test and to consolidate the aquired knowledge. Furthermore students have the possibilty to gain specific knowledge in certain software packages as MATLAB.
ObjectiveImplementing the knowledge acquired during the basic studies.
Prerequisites / NoticeEnrollment through the Online-Tool, Link
Projects & Seminars
A maximum of 13 cp can be obtained from Projects & Seminars. Each course can be registered for only once.
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
227-0085-10LProjects & Seminars for 1 CP (1) Restricted registration - show details
Only for Electrical Engineering and Information Technology BSc.

Course can only be registered for once. A repeatedly registration in a later semester is not chargeable.
W1 credit1PProfessors
AbstractTo enhance skills in practical work, team work, preparation and presentation of ones work; acquiring of knowledge in learning and project methodologies as well as to enhance motivation to look into the basics and applications. Procurement of skills in the area of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology that are useful for the remaining terms as well during ones work life.
Objectivesee above
Prerequisites / NoticeEnrollment through the Online-Tool, https://isgapps.ee.ethz.ch/ppsapp/
227-0085-20LProjects & Seminars for 1 CP (2) Restricted registration - show details
Only for Electrical Engineering and Information Technology BSc.

Course can only be registered for once. A repeatedly registration in a later semester is not chargeable.
W1 credit1PProfessors
AbstractTo enhance skills in practical work, team work, preparation and presentation of ones work; acquiring of knowledge in learning and project methodologies as well as to enhance motivation to look into the basics and applications. Procurement of skills in the area of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology that are useful for the remaining terms as well during ones work life.
Objectivesee above
Prerequisites / NoticeEnrollment through the Online-Tool, https://isgapps.ee.ethz.ch/ppsapp/
227-0085-30LProjects & Seminars for 2 CP (1) Restricted registration - show details
Only for Electrical Engineering and Information Technology BSc.

Course can only be registered for once. A repeatedly registration in a later semester is not chargeable.
W2 credits2PProfessors
AbstractTo enhance skills in practical work, team work, preparation and presentation of ones work; acquiring of knowledge in learning and project methodologies as well as to enhance motivation to look into the basics and applications. Procurement of skills in the area of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology that are useful for the remaining terms as well during ones work life.
Objectivesee above
Prerequisites / NoticeEnrollment through the Online-Tool, https://isgapps.ee.ethz.ch/ppsapp/
227-0085-40LProjects & Seminars for 2 CP (2) Restricted registration - show details
Only for Electrical Engineering and Information Technology BSc.

Course can only be registered for once. A repeatedly registration in a later semester is not chargeable.
W2 credits2PProfessors
AbstractTo enhance skills in practical work, team work, preparation and presentation of ones work; acquiring of knowledge in learning and project methodologies as well as to enhance motivation to look into the basics and applications. Procurement of skills in the area of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology that are useful for the remaining terms as well during ones work life.
Objectivesee above
Prerequisites / NoticeEnrollment through the Online-Tool, https://isgapps.ee.ethz.ch/ppsapp/
227-0085-50LProjects & Seminars for 3 CP Restricted registration - show details
Only for Electrical Engineering and Information Technology BSc.

Course can only be registered for once. A repeatedly registration in a later semester is not chargeable.
W3 credits3PProfessors
AbstractTo enhance skills in practical work, team work, preparation and presentation of ones work; acquiring of knowledge in learning and project methodologies as well as to enhance motivation to look into the basics and applications. Procurement of skills in the area of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology that are useful for the remaining terms as well during ones work life.
Objectivesee above
Prerequisites / NoticeEnrollment through the Online-Tool, https://isgapps.ee.ethz.ch/ppsapp/
227-0085-60LProjects & Seminars for 4 CP Restricted registration - show details
Only for Electrical Engineering and Information Technology BSc.

Course can only be registered for once. A repeatedly registration in a later semester is not chargeable.
W4 credits4PProfessors
AbstractTo enhance skills in practical work, team work, preparation and presentation of ones work; acquiring of knowledge in learning and project methodologies as well as to enhance motivation to look into the basics and applications. Procurement of skills in the area of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology that are useful for the remaining terms as well during ones work life.
Objectivesee above
Prerequisites / NoticeEnrollment through the Online-Tool, https://isgapps.ee.ethz.ch/ppsapp/
Group Projects
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
227-0091-10LGroup Project IW6 credits5ALecturers
AbstractStudents must work in groups in supervised projects for 150 to 180 hours minimum. The topics of the group work are open and can be technical of specific nature or more general in the context of engineering.
Objectivesee above
227-0092-10LGroup Project IIW6 credits5ALecturers
AbstractStudents must work in groups in supervised projects for 150 to 180 hours minimum. The topics of the group work are open and can be technical of specific nature or more general in the context of engineering.
Objectivesee above
Internship in industry
Please note the conditions for Internships in industry as set forward by the "Guidelines for the "Laboratory Courses - Projects - Seminars ", see Link (German only).
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
227-0093-10LInternship in Industry Restricted registration - show details
Only for Electrical Engineering and Information Technology BSc.
W6 creditsexternal organisers
AbstractThe main objective of the 12-week internship is to expose bachelor's students to the industrial work environment. During this period, students have the opportunity to be involved in on-going projects at the host institution.
Objectivesee above
Prerequisites / NoticePlease note the conditions for Internships in industry as set forward by the "Guidelines for the "Laboratory Courses - Projects - Seminars ", see Link (German only).
Additional Subjects
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
227-0651-00LApplied Circuit and PCB-Design Information Restricted registration - show details
Number of participants limited to 24.
W2 credits4GA. Blanco Fontao
AbstractParticipants learn how to design a predefined electronic circuit and how to lay out the pertaining circuit board. CAE and CAD activities for design and simulation is carried out with the aid of Altium Designer.
ObjectiveThe goal is to become acquainted with all those practical aspects of electronic circuit and PCB design by working through a modest but complete application example. This involves analysis of specifications, the evaluation of electronic parts, efficient testing and failure search, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), the usage of industrial CAE/CAD tools for circuit simulation and PCB layout, generating production data for the board manufacturer, board mounting, testing and start up.
ContentContent:
- Development - from the idea to the final product
- Analysis of given circuit specifications

- Searching the Internet for electronics parts
- Choosing electronic parts: avoiding mistakes

- Setting up the Altium Designer environment

- Structure of componenent libraries
- Preparing schematic symbols for CAE
- Preparing footprints for CAD
- Linking componenent libraries and databases

- Introduction to Altium Vault and Supply Chain Managment

- Structure of schematic diagrams and circuits
- Assigning schematic functions to physical parts
- Capturing a predefined circuit
- Hints for improved testing and failure analysis

- Checking schematic data
- Simulation of mixed signal circuits using Spice

- Introduction to PCB manufacturing
- Turning circuit schematics into a workable layout using Altium Designer

- Component placement on the PCB
- Manual and automatic interconnect routing
- Design for EMC and High-Speed

- Preparation of production data for the board manufacturer
- Documentation for manufacturing and assembly
- PCB assembly (component mounting and soldering)
- Final circuit testing and start up.
LiteratureAll necessary documents will be available as electronic documents (PDF)
Prerequisites / Notice- The course is recommended to all students who plan to design an electronic circuit or a PCB in an upcoming term project or as part of their master thesis. Attending this course during the term before will ensure they are optimally prepared and will allow them to fully focus on their project.

- The number of participants is limited.

- For their own students and staff, the Department of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering provides electronic components and consumables free of charge. All other participants have to bear a 200 CHF fee for those items.
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