Master's Programme Engineering of Socio-Technical Systems (Master) > Embedded Brain Computer Interaction
Master's Programme Engineering of Socio-Technical Systems (Master) > Human-Computer Interaction
Master's Programme Engineering of Socio-Technical Systems (Master) > Systems Engineering
Lehrenden, Die im Modul (Prüfungsberechtigt)
Fränzle, Martin Georg (module responsibility)
No participant requirements
Skills to be acquired in this module
are enabled to analyze and build autonomous systems.
know examples of existing autonomous systems, understand the elements involved in their architectural design and the rationale behind decomposing the problem into obligations for the respective system components.
analyze existing architectures for autonomous systems with respect to their performance and safety.
learn how to decompose a problem of designing an autonomous system into an architecture
are able to derive design obligations for its components, and can structure a pertinent safety case.
understand the software and hardware components necessary for achieving system autonomy and are able to design or instantiate these.
acquire hands-on experience in designing components for autonomous systems in small teams and present the underlying theory, their particular design decisions, and their personal evaluation to fellow students.
can judge adequacy of their methodological skills for designing particular autonomous solutions
are able to assess the safety impact of such a solution and are therefore able to develop a personal ethical stance towards its realization
The module consists of a lecture and an exercise part