Spring School 2020

11.05.2020 – 15.05.2020

The RMS Block Week provides an opportunity to take elective modules as a compact course to expand knowledge within the field of internet security, robotics, automated driving, and to utilize an opportunity to acquire additional interdisciplinary knowledge outside a field of study.

Why do you need to attend the RMS Spring School?

Because you can be briefly but intensively engaged in one topic within the one week in an interdisciplinary way.
Because it is easier to attend a module from one of the partner universities.
Because you get to know other lecturers and fellow students from different locations.
Because you can broaden your horizon and extend the network

Streams

Stream A: Automated Driving

Andreas Becker (FH Dortmund)

Embedded Systems, Digital Transformation, Computer Science, Electronics & Electrical Engineering, Information Technology

Implementation of a driver assistance function (automatic emergency braking) for the Audi Autonomous Driving Cup vehicle

Knowledge in signal processing, Matlab/Simulink, C/C++

– Elective for Master Embedded Systems, Signals and Systems for Automated Driving (MOD-E04), practical part of the module (50%)
– Optional for Master Digital Transformation: Mini Project in Scientific & Transversal Skills 1 & 2 or elective (via Ruhr Master School, see above)
– Master Informatik: Masterseminar => 50% of the assignments (equals 3 ECTS), in combination with a homework about the workshop topic the module with 5 ECTS can be awarded.
– Master Informationstechnik: Projektarbeit 1 oder 2 => 50% of the assignments (equals 3 ECTS), in combination with a homework the module with 6 ECTS can be awarded (confirmation with Ingo Kunold)

Stream B: Multi-Project and Project Portfolio Management

André Dechange (FH Dortmund)

Project Management, Digital Transformation, Business & Business
Computing, (Industrial) Engineers

Introduction in Program Management in Project Management Office, concept and approach of Project Portfolio Management, application of a Project Portfolio Management

Innogy SE Essen (company visit on Monday, May 11)

Project Management Fundaments and Project Organisation

– Mandatory for EuroMPM, Module I: Multi-Project Management and Organisation, Multi-Project and Project
Portfolio Management part of the module (50%)
– Optional for Master Digital Transformation: Mini Project in Scientific & Transversal Skills 1 & 2, R&D Project Management or elective (via Ruhr Master School, see above)
– Optional for Master ESM: Mini Project in IESD (MOD1-05), assignment in R&D Project Management (MOD2-03) or elective (via Ruhr Master School, see above)
– Master Informatik: Masterseminar => 50% of the assignments (equals 3 ECTS), in combination with a homework about the workshop topic the module with 5 ECTS can be awarded.

Stream C: Usability Engineering

Digital Transformation, Computer Science, Business Computing,
Information Technology, Project Management, Business Administration

Participants will work in groups on a software project (App development) in an early stage and apply one or more Usability Engineering techniques (e.g. Personas, Paper Prototypes, Guerilla Testing).

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Either general marketing or project management know how, or Java
programming (and maybe App development frameworks)

– Mandatory for Master Digital Transformation, Usability Engineering (MOD2-01), practical part of the module (50%)
– Optional for EuroMPM: Mini Project in Module D: Transversal Skills, assignment in Module K/L: Agile Management in Virtual Project Environments or elective (via Ruhr Master School, see above)
– Optional for Master ESM: Mini Project in IESD (MOD1-05), assignment in R&D Project Management (MOD2-03) or elective (via Ruhr Master School, see above)
– Master Informatik: Masterseminar => 50% of the assignments (equals 3 ECTS), in combination with a homework about the workshop topic the module with 5 ECTS can be awarded

Stream D: Software for Robots

 Uwe Jahn (FH Dortmund)

Embedded Systems, Computer Science, Information Technology &
Electrical Engineering, Robotics => Master level or advanced Bachelor

Groups of max. 3 students will each work on an robotic demonstrator to implement self-defined use-cases applying newly learned features (e.g. ROS, CV, or navigation)

Advanced programming skills (C/ C++), Embedded & Control Systems

– Elective for Master Embedded Systems, Software for Robots (MOD-E13), practical part of the module (50%)
– Optional for Master Digital Transformation: Mini Project in Scientific & Transversal Skills 1 & 2 or elective (via Ruhr Master School, see above)
– Master Informatik: Masterseminar => 50% of the assignments (equals 3 ECTS), in combination with a homework about the workshop topic the module with 5 ECTS can be awarded.
– Master Informationstechnik: Projektarbeit 1 oder 2 => 50% of the assignments (equals 3 ECTS), in combination with a homework the module with 6 ECTS can be awarded (confirmation with Ingo Kunold).