Lectures/Exercises

Strategic Product Planning in the Age of Digitalization (Winter Semester)

Lecturer: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Roman Dumitrescu

Type of course: Lecture with exercise

Organizational Unit: Information Technology

Display in timetable: SPZD

Teaching language: German

Min. | Max. number of participants: - | -

Goal of course:
The aim of the lecture is a comprehensive overview of methods and tools of strategic planning in the age of digitalization.

Target group:
The target group of the course is mainly students of Information Technology, Business Informatics and Computer Engineering. In addition, students of the Master's programmes in Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering are invited to register for the lecture.

Content:
In the age of digitalization, fascinating opportunities for new products and services are opening up more than ever before. The only question is whether these innovations will be successful in the market. The aim of the lecture is a comprehensive overview of methods and tools of strategic planning in the age of digitalization. The students are taught the essential topics of strategic planning. This includes basics, methods and IT tools. The findings from the lecture will be explained and deepened in an accompanying exercise and case study. The lecture focuses on intelligent technical systems with a high proportion of software.

Contact:
M.Sc. Maurice Meyer
Heinz Nixdorf Institute
University Paderborn
Advanced Systems Engineering
Fürstenallee 11
33102 Paderborn

Telephone: +49 (0) 52 51 / 60 62 27
Telefax: +49 (0) 52 51 / 60 62 68
Maurice.Meyer@hni.uni-paderborn.de

Literature:
In addition to the script and the lecture, the following further literature is recommended:

  • Gausemeier, J., Dumitrescu, R., Echterfeld, J., Pfänder, T., Steffen, D., Thielemann, F.: Innovationen für die Märkte von morgen – Strategische Planung von Produkten, Dienstleistungen und Geschäftsmodellen, Carl Hanser Verlag, München, 2019
  • Gausemeier, J.; Plass, C.: Zukunftsorientierte Unternehmensgestaltung – Strategien, Geschäftsprozesse und IT-Systeme für die Produktion von morgen, 2. Auflage, Carl Hanser Verlag, München, 2014

Dates and registration deadlines:
Dates and registration deadlines can be found in the Campus-Management-System PAUL.


Mechatronics Manufacturing (Summer Semester)

Lecturer: Dr.-Ing. Christoph Jürgenhake

Type of course: Lecture with exercise

Organizational unit: Mechanical Engineering

Display in timetable: MF

Teaching language: German

Min. | Max. Number of participants: - | -

Goal of the course:
The lecture Mechtronik-Fertigung pursues the goal of conveying a comprehensive understanding of the manufacture of mechatronic systems and individual components.

Target group:
The lecture is aimed at Bachelor's and Master's students of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and industrial engineering.

Content:
The students are explained the essential manufacturing processes and process chains in mechatronics. This includes, for example, SMD and THT assembly in circuit board production, assembly of cable harnesses for power electronics as well as test and inspection planning of mechatronic components. The lecture focuses on a comprehensive introduction to the design of mechatronic systems. The students learn how to modularize functions and components and how to determine specific manufacturing costs. The approaches taught are a central success factor in the production of tomorrow's technical systems.

Contact:
The lecture is offered by Dr.-Ing. Christoph Jürgenhake of Fraunhofer-Institute for Design Technology Mechatronics (Fraunhofer IEM) in cooperation with the Heinz Nixdorf Institute.

Dr.-Ing. Christoph Jürgenhake
Fraunhofer-Institute for Design Technology Mechatronics (Fraunhofer IEM)
Zukunftsmeile 1
33102 Paderborn

Telephone: +49 5251 5465-118
Telefax: +49 5251 5465-102
Christoph.Juergenhake@iem.fraunhofer.de

Literature:
In addition to the script and the lecture, the following further literature is recommended:

  • Bauckholt, H.-J.: Grundlagen und Bauelemente der Elektrotechnik, Carl Hanser, München, 2013
  • Bergler, M.: Test- und Prüfverfahren in der Elektronikfertigung: Vom Arbeitsprinzip bis Design-for-Test-Regeln, VDE Verlag, Berlin 2012
  • Czichos, H.: Mechatronik: Grundlagen und Anwendungen technischer Systeme, Vieweg+Teubner, Wiesbaden, 2008
  • Franke, J. (Hrsg.): Räumliche elektronische Baugruppen (3D-MID) – Werkstoffe, Herstellung, Montage und Anwendungen für spritzgegossene Schaltungsträger, Carl Hanser, München, 2013
  • Gerlach, G., Dötzel, W.: Einführung in die Mikrosystemtechnik: Ein Kursbuch für Studierende, Carl Hanser, München, 2006
  • Lotter, B., Wiendahl, H.-P. (Hrsg.): Montage in der industriellen Produktion, Springer, Berlin, 2006
  • Menz, W., Mohr, J., Paul, O.: Mikrosystemtechnik für Ingenieure, WILEY-VCH, Weinheim, 2005
  • Reif, K.: Automobilelektronik: Eine Einführung für Ingenieure (ATZ/MTZ-Fachbuch), Vieweg+Teubner, Wiesbaden, 2011
  • Risse, A.: Fertigungsverfahren der Mechatronik, Feinwerk- und Präzisionsgerätetechnik, Vieweg+Teubner, Wiesbaden, 2012
  • Schmidt, W.-D.: Grundlagen der Leiterplatten- Baugruppen-Entwicklung und Fertigung, Grin, München, 2009
  • Stiny, L.: Fertigung und Test elektronischer Baugruppen: Technologie, Fertigungskonzepte, Prüftechnik, Paul Christiani, Konstanz, 2010
  • VDI-RICHTLINIE 2206: Entwicklungsmethodik für mechatronische Systeme. VDI Verlag, Düsseldorf,   2004
  • Zickert, G.: Elektrokonstruktion: Gestaltung, Schaltpläne und Engineering mit EPLAN, Carl Hanser, München, 2013
  • Zickert, G.: Leiterplatten: Stromlaufplan, Layout und Fertigung Ein Lehrbuch für Einsteiger, Carl Hanser, München, 2015

Supplementary activities:
The corresponding exercise will take place within the framework of two company visits as a block event.

Dates and registration deadlines:
Please refer to the Campus-Management-System  PAUL for dates and registration deadlines.