Bachelor's degree program RWTH IAS

Bachelor's Lectures

All lectures that are intended for the Bachelor's level (see illustration) are held in German.

In the Bachelor's program (see illustration), the course Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering (Grundgebiete der Elektrotechnik, GET1) will be offered in the first semester. Here students learn the basics of analyzing static electrical circuits. These include Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Theorems, Measurement of Current and Voltage, Substitute Sources, Superposition, MNA, Two-port networks, and Operational Amplifiers.

During the 3rd semester of the Electrical Engineering’s Bachelor's program we offer the lecture of Schaltungstechnik 1. This subject deals with network analysis, basic transistor circuits, current mirrors, differential amplifiers and basic digital circuits.

The follow-up lecture of Schaltungstechnik 2 offers a comprehensive understanding of system requirements as well as the physical constraints and limitations of analog and mixed-signal functions. The subject includes operational amplifiers, filters, analog-to-digital converters, digital-to-analog converters, power converters, phase-locked loops and output stages as well as fundamental knowledge on the influence of matching and noise - mandatory for ME, IK, EE.

In collaboration with other chairs of the micro- and nanoelectronics department we offer the lecture of Grundlagen Integrierter Schaltungen und Systeme - elective for ME.

Grundlagen der Hochfrequenz-Systemtechnik is an elective lecture aimed at students in their 6th semester. The course provides the basics for understanding high-frequency transmission using the example of the mobile radio system GSM as well as serial transmission using the example of an optical transmission path - elective for ME.