Nanotechnology for Energy Systems
Dieses Modul wird durch Fakultät für Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik
Diese Modulbeschreibung enthält neben den eigentlichen Beschreibungen der Inhalte, Lernergebnisse, Lehr- und Lernmethoden und Prüfungsformen auch Verweise auf die aktuellen
Lehrveranstaltungen und Termine für die Modulprüfung in den jeweiligen Abschnitten.
Modulversion vom SS 2015
Von dieser Modulbeschreibung gibt es historische Versionen. Eine Modulbeschreibung ist immer so lange gültig, bis sie von einer neuen abgelöst wird.
EI7267 ist ein Semestermodul
das im Sommersemester angeboten wird.
Die Gültigkeit des Moduls ist von SS 2013 bis WS 2016/7.
Introduction to nanotechnology. Nanomaterials and nanosystems for energy applications. Examples of nanotechnology energy production, energy storage, energy harvesting, and high voltage technologies. A look into the future: electro and Introduction to nanotechnology. Nanomaterials and nanosystems for energy applications. Examples of nanotechnology energy production, energy storage, energy harvesting, and high voltage technologies. A look into the future: electro and photocatalysis, hydrogen production and storage. Economical implications of nanotechnology in the energy field.
After successful completion of the module, students have acquired basic understanding of nanotechnology system with special emphasis to those which are relevant for energy applications as well as practical knowledge for instance about characterizations of nanoparticles that are used as active and/or electrode materials in batteries and solar cells. They know how to measure the performance of different types of solar cells. At the end of the module the students are able to analyze and evaluate energy related nanotechnology systems. They know how to present the results of their experiments in form of a scientific presentation and have learnt how to organize and present their work.
The student should have followed basic courses in engineering, materials science and/or physics.
Lehrveranstaltungen und Termine
Nanotechnology for Energy Systems
Leitung/Koordination: Becherer, M.
Mitwirkende: Darwish, M.Riesch, M.Rück, M.Schmidt, M.
Mi, 13:15–14:45, 0507.02.770
Lern- und Lehrmethoden
The course will provide the basis for the understanding of nanotechnology systems for energy applications by lectures and provide some practical experience on how to handle such system experimentally in labs conducted in parallel to the lectures. Concerning the lab, small groups will work in a coordinated fashion towards the design, realization and/or characterization of different nanotechnological systems (e.g. solar cells or energy harvesters). In addition, the students will learn how to prepare, organize and carry out a scientific presentation.
The following kinds of media are used:
- Lecture notes
- Black board
The following literature is recommended:
- Class Notes
- Additional reading material, class notes and useful web sources will be provided to the students by a sharepoint system
Beschreibung der Prüfungs- und Studienleistungen
The examination consists of three parts: The first part, covering the 2 hours lectures/week will be examined by a written test by the middle of the semester. The test will consist of several questions where the students have to prove knowledge related competencies. This part will count for 50% of the final grade. In the second part each student will participate in one simulation activity (in groups of 2 people) or in a literature review (alone), that will start at the beginning of the semester and will have to be finished by the middle of the semester. An oral presentation will conclude this part, which will count for 20% of the final grade. By the simulation and literature review part the student will learn to analyze and critically evaluate systems related to energy applications in the field of nanotechnology. In the third part each student will participate in one experimental activity (in groups of 4 people) that will start at the middle of the semester and will have to be finished by the end of lecturing period. A group oral presentation will conclude this part, which will count for 30% of the final grade. By attending the experimental part of the module, the students will learn to apply and to create own systems and present their gained results in a scientific form.
Eine Wiederholungsmöglichkeit wird im Folgesemester angeboten.