Suchergebnis: Katalogdaten im Herbstsemester 2022

Raumentwicklung und Infrastruktursysteme Master Information
Wahlfächer
Den Studierenden steht das gesamte Lehrangebot der ETH Zürich und der Universitäten Zürich zur individuellen Auswahl offen. Die Studeierenden haben selbst zu überprüfen, ob sie die Zulassungsvoraussetzungen zu einer Lehrveranstaltung erfüllen.
Empfohlene Wahlfächer des Studiengangs
NummerTitelTypECTSUmfangDozierende
103-0227-00LApplication Development in Cartography Information W6 KP4GL. Hurni
KurzbeschreibungThis course introduces concepts and techniques in 3D cartography and web application development. Practical experience will be gained in a map project.
LernzielStudents acquire general knowledge about the foundations and best practices in 3D cartography and modern web application development. They learn to plan, design and implement an interactive and animated 3D web map.
Inhalt- 3D cartography
- Web mapping
- Data processing
- Animations and interactions
- Map and UI design
- Web application development
- Programming (JavaScript).
SkriptHandouts of the lectures and exercise documents are available on Moodle.
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesCartography II or Introduction to Web Cartography Part 1+2 (MOOC) or similar knowledge in mapping with JavaScript.
Geförderte KompetenzenGeförderte Kompetenzen
Fachspezifische KompetenzenVerfahren und Technologiengeprüft
Methodenspezifische KompetenzenAnalytische Kompetenzengeprüft
Medien und digitale Technologiengeprüft
Problemlösunggeprüft
Projektmanagementgeprüft
Soziale KompetenzenKooperation und Teamarbeitgeprüft
Persönliche KompetenzenKreatives Denkengeprüft
Kritisches Denkengeprüft
Selbststeuerung und Selbstmanagement geprüft
151-0757-00LUmwelt-ManagementW2 KP2GR. Züst
KurzbeschreibungVon einem Unternehmen wird künftig erwartet, dass die umweltorientierte Leistung der eigenen Tätigkeiten, Produkte und Dienstleistungen kontinuierlich verbessert wird. In der Vorlesung soll deshalb ein generelles wie auch spezifisches Problemverständnis aus der Sicht eines unter wirtschaftlichen Gesichtspunkten geführten Unternehmens vermittelt und Lösungsansätze aufgezeigt werden.
LernzielVon einem Unternehmen wird künftig erwartet, dass entsprechend den spezifischen Potentialen die umweltorientierte Leistung der eigenen Tätigkeiten, Produkte und Dienstleistungen kontinuierlich verbessert wird. In der Vorlesung soll deshalb ein generelles wie auch spezifisches Problemverständnis aus der Sicht eines unter wirtschaftlichen Gesichtspunkten geführten Unternehmens vermittelt und Lösungsansätze im Bereich des proaktiven Umweltschutzes " aufgezeigt werden. Zudem werden Grundlagen zum Aufbau von 'Umweltmanagementsystemen' nach ISO 14001 vermittelt und den Bezug zu 'Öko-Design' (analog zum ISO/TR 14062 Integration of environmental aspects in product design) aufgezeigt.
InhaltTeil 1: Einleitung Umweltmanagement:
Sinn, Zweck, Motivation und Inhalt (=Kernidee), Umweltmanagementsysteme (UMS) als Managementaufgabe:
Charakteristische Verbrauchszahlen / Kennzahlen / Verbrauchswerte, Charakterisierung eines Unternehmens und Beziehungen zum Umfeld (Wirkungszusammenhänge), Normenfamilie ISO 14001 ff.: Ziel und Zweck der einzelnen Normen, deren Entstehung und Anwendung sowie Inhalt / Aufbau, Anwendungsbeispiele

Teil 2: Vorgehen und Methoden:
Product-Life-Cycle-Management / Life-Cycle-Design; Bewertungs- und Beurteilungsmethoden (Abgrenzung und Beurteilungsrahmen, Untersuchsziele, Aussagekraft, Datenbasis, Vorgehen sowie Einordnung in Umweltmanagementsystem); Bezug zu ISO 14031 und ISO 14040ff.; Bestimmen der bedeutenden Umweltaspekte; Bezug zu bestehenden Problemlösemethodiken (insbesondere Einsatz und Umgang mit Methoden, Rollenverständnis zwischen Planer und Auftraggeber und Bezug zu Projektmanagement), Anwendungsbeispiele

Teil 3: Aspekte der Anwendung und Umsetzung:
End-of-Pipe-Massnahmen (stoffliches und thermisches Recycling); Eco-Design / Life-Cycle-Design (Produktentwicklung mit Schwerpunkt Stückgutindustrie / mechanische Fertigung sowie Life-Cycle Engineering) sowie praktische Beispiele

Teil 4: Umweltmanagementsysteme in der Praxis:
Zusammenfassung der Vorlesung und Ausblick, Vorschau auf weitere Vorlesungen; Fragen

Die Vorlesung wird durch kleine Übungen ergänzt. In Gruppen muss ein Fallbeispiel detaillierter bearbeitet werden.
SkriptUnterlagen zu "Umweltmanagement" / "Umweltmanagementsystemen" wie auch das Managementhandbuch der Modellfirma (basierend auf einer realen Firma) werden auf einer CD abgegeben respektive direkt per Mail an die eingeschriebenen Studierenden verschickt.
LiteraturIn der Vorlesung wird eine Literaturliste abgegeben; zudem werden Web-Links und Hinweise auf relevante Normen abgegeben.
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesAbgabe eines Fallbeispiels, bearbeitet in Kleingruppen. Lehrsprache in Englisch nach Bedarf.
851-0703-03LPrivates Baurecht Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Nur für Bauingenieurwissenschaften BSc, Raumentwicklung und Infrastruktursysteme MSc und UZH MNF Geographie/Erdsystemswissenschaften.
W2 KP2VT. Ender, E. Rüegg
KurzbeschreibungDie Vorlesung vermittelt praxisrelevante Grundzüge des privaten Baurechts.
LernzielDie Studierenden sind als zukünftige Baupraktiker in der Lage, im Berufsalltag Rechtsprobleme selbständig und rechtzeitig zu erkennen und die richtigen Massnahmen einzuleiten.
InhaltEinführung (wichtigste Rechtsquellen des privaten Baurechts), SIA Planer-/Bauleitungsvertrag, SIA-Norm 118, Haftung der Planer/Ingenieure, Bauversicherungen, Eigentumsrecht für Ingenieure, Grundstückkauf, Altlastenrecht, Bauhandwerkerpfandrecht, Submissionsrecht, der Bauprozess, der Ingenieur als Experte, Was ich sonst noch wissen muss ...
SkriptDie Vorlesung verwendet ein eigenes Skript.
401-0647-00LIntroduction to Mathematical OptimizationW5 KP2V + 1UD. Adjiashvili
KurzbeschreibungIntroduction to basic techniques and problems in mathematical optimization, and their applications to a variety of problems in engineering.
LernzielThe goal of the course is to obtain a good understanding of some of the most fundamental mathematical optimization techniques used to solve linear programs and basic combinatorial optimization problems. The students will also practice applying the learned models to problems in engineering.
InhaltTopics covered in this course include:
- Linear programming (simplex method, duality theory, shadow prices, ...).
- Basic combinatorial optimization problems (spanning trees, shortest paths, network flows, ...).
- Modelling with mathematical optimization: applications of mathematical programming in engineering.
LiteraturInformation about relevant literature will be given in the lecture.
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesThis course is meant for students who did not already attend the course "Mathematical Optimization", which is a more advance lecture covering similar topics. Compared to "Mathematical Optimization", this course has a stronger focus on modeling and applications.
363-0445-00LProduction and Operations ManagementW3 KP2GT. Netland, H. Franke
KurzbeschreibungThis core course provides insights into the basic theories, principles, concepts, and techniques used to design, analyze, and improve the operational capabilities of an organization.
LernzielThis course provides students with a broad theoretical basis for understanding, designing, analyzing, and improving manufacturing operations. After completing this course:
1. Students can apply key concepts of POM to detail an operations strategy.
2. Students can do simple forecasting of demand and plan the needed capacity to meet it.
3. Students can conduct process mapping analysis, use it to design and improve processes and layouts, and elaborate on the limitations of the chosen method.
4. Students can choose IT, OT, and automation technology for manufacturing applications.
5. Students can design information flows, manage master data, and use it to plan and control a factory.
6. Students can design material flows in and beyond factories.
7. Students can design performance management systems.
8. Students can select and use problem-solving tools to improve quality and productivity.
9. Additional skills: Students acquire experience in teamwork.
InhaltThe course covers the most fundamental strategic and tactical concepts in production and operations management (POM).

Production and Operations Management (POM) is at the heart of any business. It is concerned with the business processes that transform input into output and deliver products and services to customers. Factory management is an important part of POM, but it is much more than what takes place inside the production facilities of companies like ABB, Boeing, BMW, LEGO, Nestlé, Roche, TESLA, and Toyota. Did you know that the largest portion of assets and employees in most organizations are engaged in the operations function? Although this course focuses on manufacturing, all types of organizations depend on their operational capabilities. With the ongoing globalization and digitization of manufacturing, POM has won a deserved status for providing a competitive advantage.

This course covers the following topics: Introduction to POM, Manufacturing strategy, Forecasting and capacity, Process design, Layout, Industry 4.0, Information flow, Material flow, Logistics/SCM
Performance management, Performance improvement, Quality management, and Maintenance.

This course is administered via Moodle. The course is designed around five elements:
1. Textbook. Baudin and Netland (2022) Introduction to Manufacturing: An Industrial Engineering and Management Perspective, 1st Ed. Routledge.
2. Video lectures. Short video lectures presenting basic POM concepts.
3. Class lectures. Deep-dives with case examples on select topics.
4. FactoryVR group assignment. FactoryVR allows students to visit factories virtually.
5. Quizzes. A few quizzes during the semester help students check their progress and prepare for the written exam.
LiteraturSuggested literature is provided in the syllabus.
Geförderte KompetenzenGeförderte Kompetenzen
Fachspezifische KompetenzenKonzepte und Theoriengeprüft
Verfahren und Technologiengeprüft
Methodenspezifische KompetenzenAnalytische Kompetenzengeprüft
Entscheidungsfindunggeprüft
Medien und digitale Technologiennicht geprüft
Problemlösunggeprüft
Projektmanagementnicht geprüft
Soziale KompetenzenKommunikationnicht geprüft
Kooperation und Teamarbeitgeprüft
Kundenorientierungnicht geprüft
Menschenführung und Verantwortungnicht geprüft
Selbstdarstellung und soziale Einflussnahmenicht geprüft
Sensibilität für Vielfalt nicht geprüft
Verhandlungnicht geprüft
Persönliche KompetenzenAnpassung und Flexibilitätnicht geprüft
Kreatives Denkengeprüft
Kritisches Denkengeprüft
Integrität und Arbeitsethiknicht geprüft
Selbstbewusstsein und Selbstreflexion nicht geprüft
Selbststeuerung und Selbstmanagement nicht geprüft
701-0565-00LGrundzüge des Naturgefahrenmanagements Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen W3 KP4GV. Griess, A. Mathys
KurzbeschreibungDieser Kurs gibt einen Überblick über Naturgefahren und ihre nationale und internationale Bedeutung. Es werden die Wahrscheinlichkeit, das Risiko und die Folgen von Naturgefahren, sowie mögliche Managementoptionen erörtert. Der Kurs besteht aus einer Einleitung mit Vorlesungen und Übungen, Seminaren mit Gastreferaten von Experten, durch Studierende geleitete Themendiskussionen und einer Exkursion.
LernzielAm Ende dieses Kurses werden die Studierenden in der Lage sein:

• die wichtigsten Naturgefahren, deren Prozesse und ihre Bedeutung in verschiedenen Kontexten zu erläutern.
• die Wahrscheinlichkeit, Risiko und Folgen von Naturgefahren und deren Managementoptionen zu beschreiben.
• die Entwicklung, die einige Naturgefahren im Zusammenhang mit dem Klimawandel nehmen können, zu identifizieren und zu diskutieren.
• Lösungen für diese Herausforderungen zu entwickeln, zu formulieren und einem kritischen Publikum zu präsentieren.
Literaturwird verteilt und auf Moodle verfügbar sein
052-0801-00LGlobal History of Urban Design I Information W2 KP2GT. Avermaete
KurzbeschreibungThis course focuses on the history of the design of cities, as well as on the ideas, processes and actors that engender and lead their development and transformation. The history of urban design will be approached as a cross-cultural field of knowledge that integrates scientific, economic and technical innovation as well as social and cultural advances.
LernzielThe lectures deal mainly with the definition of urban design as an independent discipline, which maintains connections with other disciplines (politics, sociology, geography) that are concerned with the transformation of the city. The aim is to make students conversant with the multiple theories, concepts and approaches of urban design as they were articulated throughout time in a variety of cultural contexts, thus offering a theoretical framework for students' future design work.
InhaltIn the first semester the genesis of the objects of study, the city, urban culture and urban design, are introduced and situated within their intellectual, cultural and political contexts:

01. The History and Theory of the City as Project
02. Of Rituals, Water and Mud: The Urban Revolution in Mesopotamia and the Indus
03: The Idea of the Polis: Rome, Greece and Beyond
04: The Long Middle Ages and their Counterparts: From the Towns of Tuscany to Delhi
05: Between Ideal and Laboratory: Of Middle Eastern Grids and European Renaissance Principles
06: Of Absolutism and Enlightenment: Baroque, Defense and Colonization
07: The City of Labor: Company Towns as Cross-Cultural Phenomenon
09: Garden Cities of Tomorrow: From the Global North to the Global South and Back Again
010: Civilized Wilderness and City Beautiful: The Park Movement of Olmsted and The Urban Plans of Burnham
011: The Extension of the European City: From the Viennese Ringstrasse to Amsterdam Zuid
SkriptPrior to each lecture a chapter of the reader (Skript) will be made available through the webpage of the Chair. These chapters will provide an introduction to the lecture, the basic visual references of each lecture, key dates and events, as well as references to the compulsory and additional reading.
LiteraturThere are three books that will function as main reference literature throughout the course:

-Ching, Francis D. K, Mark Jarzombek, and Vikramditya Prakash. A Global History of Architecture. Hoboken: Wiley, 2017.
-Ingersoll, Richard. World Architecture: A Cross-Cultural History. New York: Oxford University Press, 2018.
-James-Chakraborty, Kathleen. Architecture Since 1400. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2014.

These books will be reserved for consultation in the ETH Baubibliothek, and will not be available for individual loans.

A list of further recommended literature will be found within each chapter of the reader (Skript).
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesStudents are required to familiarize themselves with the conventions of architectural drawing (reading and analyzing plans at various scales).
101-0187-00LStructural Reliability and Risk AnalysisW3 KP2GS. Marelli
KurzbeschreibungStructural reliability aims at quantifying the probability of failure of systems due to uncertainties in their design, manufacturing and environmental conditions. Risk analysis combines this information with the consequences of failure in view of optimal decision making. The course presents the underlying probabilistic modelling and computational methods for reliability and risk assessment.
LernzielThe goal of this course is to provide the students with a thorough understanding of the key concepts behind structural reliability and risk analysis. After this course the students will have refreshed their knowledge of probability theory and statistics to model uncertainties in view of engineering applications. They will be able to analyze the reliability of a structure and to use risk assessment methods for decision making under uncertain conditions. They will be aware of the state-of-the-art computational methods and software in this field.
InhaltEngineers are confronted every day to decision making under limited amount of information and uncertain conditions. When designing new structures and systems, the design codes such as SIA or Euro- codes usually provide a framework that guarantees safety and reliability. However the level of safety is not quantified explicitly, which does not allow the analyst to properly choose between design variants and evaluate a total cost in case of failure. In contrast, the framework of risk analysis allows one to incorporate the uncertainty in decision making.

The first part of the course is a reminder on probability theory that is used as a main tool for reliability and risk analysis. Classical concepts such as random variables and vectors, dependence and correlation are recalled. Basic statistical inference methods used for building a probabilistic model from the available data, e.g. the maximum likelihood method, are presented.

The second part is related to structural reliability analysis, i.e. methods that allow one to compute probabilities of failure of a given system with respect to prescribed criteria. The framework of reliability analysis is first set up. Reliability indices are introduced together with the first order-second moment method (FOSM) and the first order reliability method (FORM). Methods based on Monte Carlo simulation are then reviewed and illustrated through various examples. By-products of reliability analysis such as sensitivity measures and partial safety coefficients are derived and their links to structural design codes is shown. The reliability of structural systems is also introduced as well as the methods used to reassess existing structures based on new information.

The third part of the course addresses risk assessment methods. Techniques for the identification of hazard scenarios and their representation by fault trees and event trees are described. Risk is defined with respect to the concept of expected utility in the framework of decision making. Elements of Bayesian decision making, i.e. pre-, post and pre-post risk assessment methods are presented.

The course also includes a tutorial using the UQLab software dedicated to real world structural reliability analysis.
SkriptSlides of the lectures are available online every week. A printed version of the full set of slides is proposed to the students at the beginning of the semester.
LiteraturAng, A. and Tang, W.H, Probability Concepts in Engineering - Emphasis on Applications to Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2nd Edition, John Wiley & Sons, 2007.

S. Marelli, R. Schöbi, B. Sudret, UQLab user manual - Structural reliability (rare events estimation), Report UQLab-V0.92-107.
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesBasic course on probability theory and statistics
363-0565-00LPrinciples of MacroeconomicsW3 KP2VJ.‑E. Sturm
KurzbeschreibungThis course examines the behaviour of macroeconomic variables, such as gross domestic product, unemployment and inflation rates. It tries to answer questions like: How can we explain fluctuations of national economic activity? What can economic policy do against unemployment and inflation?
LernzielThis lecture will introduce the fundamentals of macroeconomic theory and explain their relevance to every-day economic problems.
InhaltThis course helps you understand the world in which you live. There are many questions about the macroeconomy that might spark your curiosity. Why are living standards so meagre in many African countries? Why do some countries have high rates of inflation while others have stable prices? Why have some European countries adopted a common currency? These are just a few of the questions that this course will help you answer.
Furthermore, this course will give you a better understanding of the potential and limits of economic policy. As a voter, you help choose the policies that guide the allocation of society's resources. When deciding which policies to support, you may find yourself asking various questions about economics. What are the burdens associated with alternative forms of taxation? What are the effects of free trade with other countries? How does the government budget deficit affect the economy? These and similar questions are always on the minds of policy makers.
SkriptThe course webpage (to be found at https://moodle-app2.let.ethz.ch/course/view.php?id=17628) contains announcements, course information and lecture slides.
LiteraturThe set-up of the course will closely follow the book of
N. Gregory Mankiw and Mark P. Taylor (2020), Economics, Cengage Learning, Fifth Edition.

This book can also be used for the course '363-0503-00L Principles of Microeconomics' (Filippini).

Besides this textbook, the slides, lecture notes and problem sets will cover the content of the lecture and the exam questions.
Geförderte KompetenzenGeförderte Kompetenzen
Fachspezifische KompetenzenKonzepte und Theoriengeprüft
Verfahren und Technologiennicht geprüft
Methodenspezifische KompetenzenAnalytische Kompetenzengeprüft
Entscheidungsfindungnicht geprüft
Medien und digitale Technologiennicht geprüft
Problemlösunggeprüft
Projektmanagementnicht geprüft
Soziale KompetenzenKommunikationnicht geprüft
Kooperation und Teamarbeitnicht geprüft
Kundenorientierungnicht geprüft
Menschenführung und Verantwortungnicht geprüft
Selbstdarstellung und soziale Einflussnahmegeprüft
Sensibilität für Vielfalt nicht geprüft
Verhandlungnicht geprüft
Persönliche KompetenzenAnpassung und Flexibilitätnicht geprüft
Kreatives Denkennicht geprüft
Kritisches Denkengeprüft
Integrität und Arbeitsethiknicht geprüft
Selbstbewusstsein und Selbstreflexion nicht geprüft
Selbststeuerung und Selbstmanagement nicht geprüft
401-3901-00LLinear & Combinatorial Optimization Information W11 KP4V + 2UR. Zenklusen
KurzbeschreibungMathematical treatment of optimization techniques for linear and combinatorial optimization problems.
LernzielThe goal of this course is to get a thorough understanding of various classical mathematical optimization techniques for linear and combinatorial optimization problems, with an emphasis on polyhedral approaches. In particular, we want students to develop a good understanding of some important problem classes in the field, of structural mathematical results linked to these problems, and of solution approaches based on such structural insights.
InhaltKey topics include:
- Linear programming and polyhedra;
- Flows and cuts;
- Combinatorial optimization problems and polyhedral techniques;
- Equivalence between optimization and separation.
Literatur- Bernhard Korte, Jens Vygen: Combinatorial Optimization. 6th edition, Springer, 2018.
- Alexander Schrijver: Combinatorial Optimization: Polyhedra and Efficiency. Springer, 2003. This work has 3 volumes.
- Ravindra K. Ahuja, Thomas L. Magnanti, James B. Orlin. Network Flows: Theory, Algorithms, and Applications. Prentice Hall, 1993.
- Alexander Schrijver: Theory of Linear and Integer Programming. John Wiley, 1986.
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesSolid background in linear algebra.

Former course title: Mathematical Optimization.
Geförderte KompetenzenGeförderte Kompetenzen
Fachspezifische KompetenzenKonzepte und Theoriengeprüft
Verfahren und Technologiennicht geprüft
Methodenspezifische KompetenzenAnalytische Kompetenzengeprüft
Entscheidungsfindunggeprüft
Medien und digitale Technologiennicht geprüft
Problemlösunggeprüft
Projektmanagementnicht geprüft
Soziale KompetenzenKommunikationgeprüft
Kooperation und Teamarbeitnicht geprüft
Kundenorientierungnicht geprüft
Menschenführung und Verantwortungnicht geprüft
Selbstdarstellung und soziale Einflussnahmenicht geprüft
Sensibilität für Vielfalt nicht geprüft
Verhandlungnicht geprüft
Persönliche KompetenzenAnpassung und Flexibilitätnicht geprüft
Kreatives Denkengeprüft
Kritisches Denkennicht geprüft
Integrität und Arbeitsethiknicht geprüft
Selbstbewusstsein und Selbstreflexion nicht geprüft
Selbststeuerung und Selbstmanagement nicht geprüft
101-0258-00LRiver EngineeringW3 KP2GV. Weitbrecht, I. Schalko, K. Sperger
KurzbeschreibungThe lecture addresses the fundamentals of river engineering to quantitatively describe the flow of water, transport of sediment and wood, and morphological changes such as erosion and deposition processes associated with river structures. In addition, design guidelines for river engineering structures are introduced.
LernzielAt the end of the course, the students will be able to:
- recall and describe the fundamentals of transport processes in rivers,
- apply different calculation approaches and methods to tackle river engineering problems and tasks such as the discharge capacity of a river, scour estimation, or sediment budget of a river,
- design and dimension river engineering works needed to influence the processes in watercourses, and
- determine the interaction between flow (discharge), sediment transport, wood transport and the resulting channel evolution.
InhaltThe first part of the lecture introduces the fundamentals of river engineering, such as methods to determine and calculate the river discharge, or sampling methods to characterize the bed material. In addition, the transport processes of sediment (bedload and suspended load) and wood in rivers will be examined, including the principles of incipient motion, and initiation of erosion or deposition processes.

In the second part of the lecture, the methods will be explained to quantify the bed load budget and the morphological changes (erosion, deposition) in river systems. Specifically, natural channel formation processes, different bed forms and plan forms of rivers (straight, meandering, braided) are examined.

The last part of the lecture focuses on the design of river engineering structures, including examples from an ongoing flood and river revitalization project at the Alpine Rhine in Austria and Switzerland.
SkriptHandouts and powerpoint presentations shown in the lecture can be downloaded via Moodle.
Literatur1. «Flussbau» lecture notes of fall semester 2021 by Dr. Gian Reto Bezzola (available only in German at VAW teaching assistance)

2. Erosion and Sedimentation; Pierre Y. Julien

3. River Mechanics; Pierre Y. Julien
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesRecommended lectures:
Hydrology (102-0293-AAL), Hydraulics I (101-0203-01L), and Hydraulic Engineering (101-0206-00L).

Short practical exercises (voluntary) will be offered throughout the semester to improve the application of the learned subjects.
Geförderte KompetenzenGeförderte Kompetenzen
Fachspezifische KompetenzenKonzepte und Theoriengeprüft
Verfahren und Technologiengeprüft
Methodenspezifische KompetenzenAnalytische Kompetenzengeprüft
Entscheidungsfindungnicht geprüft
Problemlösunggeprüft
Soziale KompetenzenKommunikationnicht geprüft
Kooperation und Teamarbeitnicht geprüft
Persönliche KompetenzenKreatives Denkennicht geprüft
Kritisches Denkengeprüft
Selbststeuerung und Selbstmanagement nicht geprüft
052-0707-00LUrban Design III Information W2 KP2VH. Klumpner, M. Fessel
KurzbeschreibungStudents are introduced to a narrative of 'Urban Stories' through a series of three tools driven by social, governance, and environmental transformations in today's urbanization processes. Each lecture explores one city's spatial and organizational ingenuity born out of a particular place's realities, allowing students to transfer these inventions into a catalog of conceptual tools.
LernzielHow can students of architecture become active agents of change? What does it take to go beyond a building's scale, making design-relevant decisions to the city rather than a single client? How can we design in cities with a lack of land, tax base, risk, and resilience, understanding that Zurich is the exception and these other cities are the rule? How can we discover, set rather than follow trends and understand existing urban phenomena activating them in a design process? The lecture series produces a growing catalog of operational urban tools across the globe, considering Governance, Social, and Environmental realities. Instead of limited binary comparing of cities, we are building a catalog of change, analyzing what design solutions cities have been developing informally incrementally over time, why, and how. We look at the people, institutions, culture behind the design and make concepts behind these tools visible. Students get first-hand information from cities where the chair as a Team has researched, worked, or constructed projects over the last year, allowing competent, practical insight about the people and topics that make these places unique. Students will be able to use and expand an alternative repertoire of experiences and evidence-based design tools, go to the conceptual core of them, and understand how and to what extent they can be relevant in other places. Urban Stories is the basic practice of architecture and urban design. It introduces a repertoire of urban design instruments to the students to use, test, and start their designs.
InhaltUrban form cannot be reduced to physical space. Cities result from social construction, under the influence of technologies, ecology, culture, the impact of experts, and accidents. Urban un-concluded processes respond to political interests, economic pressure, cultural inclinations, along with the imagination of architects and urbanists and the informal powers at work in complex adaptive systems. Current urban phenomena are the result of urban evolution. The facts stored in urban environments include contributions from its entire lifecycle, visible in the physical environment, and non-physical aspects. This imaginary city exists along with its potentials and problems and with the conflicts that have evolved. Knowledge and understanding, along with a critical observation of the actions and policies, are necessary to understand the diversity and instability present in the contemporary city and understand how urban form evolved to its current state.

How did cities develop into the cities we live in now? Urban plans, instruments, visions, political decisions, economic reasonings, cultural inputs, and social organization have been used to operate in urban settlements in specific moments of change. We have chosen cities that exemplify how these instruments have been implemented and how they have shaped urban environments. We transcribe these instruments into urban operational tools that we have recognized and collected within existing tested cases in contemporary cities across the globe.

This lecture series will introduce urban knowledge and the way it has introduced urban models and operational modes within different concrete realities, therefore shaping cities. The lecture series translates urban knowledge into operational tools, extracted from cities where they have been tested and become exemplary samples, most relevant for understanding how the urban landscape has taken shape. The tools are clustered in twelve thematic clusters and three tool scales for better comparability and cross-reflection.

The Tool case studies are compiled into a global urbanization toolbox, which we use as typological models to read the city and critically reflect upon it. The presented contents are meant to serve as inspiration for positioning in future professional life and provide instruments for future design decisions.

In an interview with a local designer, we measure our insights against the most pressing design topics in cities today, including inclusion, affordable housing, provision of public spaces, and infrastructure for all.
SkriptThe learning material, available via https://moodle-app2.let.ethz.ch/ is comprised of:
- Toolbox 'Reader' with an introduction to the lecture course and tool summaries
- Weekly exercise tasks
- Infographics with basic information of each city
- Quiz question for each tool
- Additional reading material
- Interviews with experts
- Archive of lecture recordings
Literatur- Reading material will be provided throughout the semester.
103-0687-00LCadastral SystemsW2 KP2GJ. Lüthy
KurzbeschreibungKonzeption, Aufbau und Wirkung von Katastersystemen wie Eigentumskataster, ÖREB-Kataster und verwandte Geodateninfrastrukturen (GDI) sowie deren Bedeutung für die Zivilgesellschaft.
LernzielDie Studierenden bekommen ein Verständnis vermittelt zu der Konzeption, Aufbau und Wirkung von Katastersystemen und verwandten Konzepten wie Landadministration, Grundbuch, ÖREB-Kataster und Geodateninfrastrukturen. Das Verknüpfung von Katastersystemen, Gleichstellung, wirtschaftlicher Prosperität sowie der Beitrag zur Erreichung der United Nation Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDG) wird diskutiert
Das Schweizerische Katastersystem ("Amtliche Vermessung") wie eine Reihe von internationalen Systemen in entwickelten wie noch in Entwicklung begriffenen Ländern werden erörtert.
Die Bedeutung der Daten aus dem Eigentumskataster für die nationale Geodateninfrastruktur (NGDI) und digitaler Transformation wird anhand verschiedener Beispiele untersucht.
InhaltUrsprung und Zweck der Katastersysteme
Wichtigkeit der Dokumentation von Eigentumsinformationen
Grundlegende Konzepte von Katastersystemen (Rechtsgrundlagen, konzeptionelle Grundsätze, Eigentumsarten, Immobilienarten)
Bedeutung von Katastersystemen im Kontext der UN SDG und zur gesellschaftlichen Prosperität aufgrund des Einflusses auf Wirtschaft, Gesellschaft und Umwelt
Schweizer Katastersystem
- gesetzliche Grundlagen
- Organisation
- Technische Umsetzung
- Sicherung von Qualität und Integrität
- Berufsstand
- Einbettung der Katasterdaten in die nationale Geodateninfrastruktur

Digitale Revolution und Zugriff auf Daten
Benchmarking und Evaluationen
Internationale Trends, Entwicklungen und Initiativen zur Stärkung von Eigentumsrechten
LiteraturLarsson, G. (1991). Land Registration and Cadastral Systems: Tools for Land
Dale, P., & McLaughlin, J. (2000). Land administration. Oxford University Press
Williamson, I., Enemark, S., Wallace, J., & Rajabifard, A. (2010). Land administration for sustainable development. Redlands, CA, USA: ESRI Press Academic.
Adlington, G. (2021): Real Estate Registration and Cadastre -
Practical Lessons and Experiences
Information and Management. Harlow, Essex, England: Longman Scientific and
Technical, New York: Wiley, ISBN 0-582-08952-2, 175 p.
Geförderte KompetenzenGeförderte Kompetenzen
Fachspezifische KompetenzenKonzepte und Theoriengeprüft
Verfahren und Technologiengeprüft
Soziale KompetenzenKooperation und Teamarbeitnicht geprüft
Sensibilität für Vielfalt nicht geprüft
Persönliche KompetenzenKritisches Denkennicht geprüft
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