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Mechanical Engineering Bachelor Information
Bachelor Studies (Programme Regulations 2010)
Laboratory Practice
Students attend at least 10 Laboratory Practices during the 4th and 5th semester. 4 of them must be Physics laboratories. All laboratory works are graded "pass" or "fail". After completion of 10 laboratory training units, 2 credit points will be issued.

Please register online at www.mavt.ethz.ch/praktika
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
151-0029-10LLaboratory Practice
Enrollment is only possible under www.mavt.ethz.ch/praktika.
No registration required via myStudies.
O2 credits4PLecturers
AbstractSelected laboratory experiments in physics, mechanical and process engineering. With the Laboratory Training held during the fourth and fifth semester, the students learn how to handle and apply measurement methods and devices. Students are offered a diversified choice of laboratory experiments at least ten of which must be completed. Four of the chosen experiments must be in physics.
ObjectiveWith the Laboratory Training held during the fourth and fifth semester, the students learn how to handle and apply measurement methods and devices.
Prerequisites / NoticeDer Link zur Website, welche alle Informationen für das Physikpraktikum bietet: https://ap.phys.ethz.ch
Bachelor's Thesis
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
151-0001-10LBachelor's Thesis
Only for Mechanical Engineering BSc, Programme Regulations 2010.

Supervisor for the Bachelor's Thesis:
- All D-MAVT professors (https://www.mavt.ethz.ch/the-department/people/professors.html)
W14 credits30DSupervisors
AbstractThe Bachelor's Thesis is the culmination of the program. The thesis corresponds to a work load of 420 hours and can be done in part- or full-time.
ObjectiveThe students develop, enhance and demonstrate their methodological abilities to independently tackle and solve a given research problem.
ContentThe topics for the bachelor's thesis are published by the professorship or they can be set in consultation between the professors and the students. Thesis projects in cooperation with the industry are also possible.
Prerequisites / NoticeThe Bachelor's Thesis can be only started when the First Year Examinations, the Additional First Year Courses, the Examination Block 1 and 2 are passed. It is insistently recommended for students to only begin the Bachelor's Thesis if 150 credit points have been achieved.
The declaration of originality is an integral part of the Bachelor's Thesis
151-3630-00LBachelor's Thesis (Focus Specialization Management, Technology and Economics) Restricted registration - show details
Only for Mechanical Engineering BSc, Programme Regulations 2010.

Supervisor for the Bachelor's Thesis: All D-MTEC professors (https://www.mtec.ethz.ch/people/professors.html)
W14 credits30DProfessors
AbstractThe Bachelor's Thesis is the culmination of the program. The thesis corresponds to a work load of 420 hours and can be done in part- or full-time.
ObjectiveThe students develop, enhance and demonstrate their methodological abilities to independently tackle and solve a given research problem.
ContentThe topics for the bachelor's thesis are defined by the professorship or can be set in consultation between the professors and the students.
Prerequisites / NoticeThe Bachelor's Thesis can be only started when the First Year Examinations, the Additional First Year Courses, the Examination Block 1 and 2 are passed. Exclusively D-MAVT students who have enrolled for the Focus Specialization Management, Technology and Economy are eligible for this type of Bachelor's Thesis.
It is strongly recommended for students to only begin the Bachelor's Thesis if 150 credit points have been achieved.
The declaration of originality is an integral part of the Bachelor's Thesis
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