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Course module: 202100339
202100339
Combined Final Project Electrical Engineering/Systems & Control/Computer Science
Course info
Course module202100339
Credits (ECTS)70
Course typeFinal project Master
Language of instructionEnglish
Contact persondr.ir. J.T.W. Berendsen
E-mailj.t.w.berendsen@utwente.nl
Lecturer(s)
PreviousNext 5
Contactperson for the course
dr.ir. J.T.W. Berendsen
Examiner
dr.ir. J.T.W. Berendsen
Examiner
dr.ir. P.T. de Boer
Examiner
prof.dr.ir. H.J. Broersma
Examiner
dr. D. Bucur
Academic year2022
Starting block
JAAR
Application procedure-
Registration using OSIRISNo
Aims
The Learning Outcomes of the combined project must satisfy the requirements posed to the Leaning Outcomes of all separate final projects:
 
191211219 Master Thesis Project (EE)
201100179 Graduation Project (S&C)
192199978 Final Project (CS)
192199508 Research Topics

See the documentation of all projects for more information.
 
Content
This Combined Final Project is meant for students, carrying out a final project as part of a combined EEMCS master’s programme Electrical Engineering/Systems & Control/Computer Science. The rules for a combined master’s programme within the EEMCS faculty are given in the Education and Examination Rules of Electrical Engineering, Systems & Control, and Computer Science section A, Article A3.6 (all programme EERs have a common section A).

Study Load
The study load of the combined final project is 70EC, being the total study load of largest project (40EC) plus 3/8 of the study load of the two other projects (15EC and 15EC resp.). The combined final project replaces the final projects of the separate master’s programmes. As such, a reduction in the total study load of 50EC is obtained.

Approval by the examination board
For a combined final project, each student must submit a request for approval by the examination board, based on a project plan.

Supervision and assessment
The setup and organisation of the combined final project must satisfy the requirements of the separate final projects. The project must be supervised by a common graduation committee, at least containing a senior examiner from each of the three master’s programmes EE, S&C and CS.
 
Assumed previous knowledge
Students, starting any Final Project, must have completed all units of their programme, except possibly courses for 10 EC.
Participating study
Master Systems and Control
Participating study
Master Computer Science
Participating study
Master Electrical Engineering
Required materials
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Recommended materials
-
Instructional modes
Final thesis
Presence dutyYes

Tests
Thesis

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