Sacha Menz: Catalogue data in Spring Semester 2020

Name Prof. Sacha Menz
FieldArchitektur und Bauprozesse
Address
Inst. f. Technologie in der Arch.
ETH Zürich, HIB E 33
Stefano-Franscini-Platz 1
8093 Zürich
SWITZERLAND
Telephone+41 44 633 25 36
E-mailmenz@arch.ethz.ch
DepartmentArchitecture
RelationshipFull Professor

NumberTitleECTSHoursLecturers
051-0758-00LBuilding Process II Information
Only for Architecture BSc, Programme Regulations 2011.
2 credits2GS. Menz
AbstractThe building process is the main focus of this lecture series. The process is understood as a sequence of criteria in time.
Topics: Building legislation, building economics, the people involved and their work, construction and planning organization and facility management.
Process thinking, acquisition and a glance at our foreign neighbours complete the series.
ObjectiveAlongside a discussion of the basic principles, trends and terminologies, a closer look will be taken at each topic using case studies that investigate current structures as well as those relevant in terms of architecture and urban design.
ContentThe building process is the main focus of this lecture series. The process is understood as a sequence of criteria in time. These criteria are divided into building legislation, building economics, the people involved and their work, construction and planning organization and facility management. Process thinking, acquisition and a glance at our foreign neighbours complete the series.
Alongside a discussion of the basic principles, trends and terminologies, a closer look will be taken at each topic using case studies that investigate current structures as well as those relevant in terms of architecture and urban design. Active participation as well as interdisciplinary and process-oriented thinking on the part of students is a prerequisite.
Lecture noteshttps://map.arch.ethz.ch
LiteratureLiteraturempfehlungen unter www.bauprozess.arch.ethz.ch
051-1222-20LIntegrated Discipline Architecture and Building Process Information Restricted registration - show details 3 credits2US. Menz
AbstractThis part of the curriculum addresses design work in different areas of architecture and urbanism and integrates the knowledge acquired in previous years. It involves the active participation of specialists from related disciplines.
ObjectiveAlongside a discussion of the basic principles, trends and terminologies, a closer look will be taken at each topic.
ContentThis part of the curriculum addresses design work in different areas of architecture and urbanism and integrates the knowledge acquired in previous years. It involves the active participation of specialists from related disciplines.
Literaturehttps://map.arch.ethz.ch,
Literature recommendations at www.bauprozess.arch.ethz.ch
052-0652-00LBuilding Process II Information 2 credits2VS. Menz
AbstractThe building process is the main focus of this lecture series. The process is understood as a sequence of criteria in time.
Topics: Building legislation, building economics, the people involved and their work, construction and planning organization and facility management.
Process thinking, acquisition and a glance at our foreign neighbours complete the series.
ObjectiveAlongside a discussion of the basic principles, trends and terminologies, a closer look will be taken at each topic using case studies that investigate current structures as well as those relevant in terms of architecture and urban design.
ContentThe building process is the main focus of this lecture series. The process is understood as a sequence of criteria in time. These criteria are divided into building legislation, building economics, the people involved and their work, construction and planning organization and facility management. Process thinking, acquisition and a glance at our foreign neighbours complete the series.
Alongside a discussion of the basic principles, trends and terminologies, a closer look will be taken at each topic using case studies that investigate current structures as well as those relevant in terms of architecture and urban design. Active participation as well as interdisciplinary and process-oriented thinking on the part of students is a prerequisite.
Lecture noteshttps://map.arch.ethz.ch
LiteratureLiteraturempfehlungen unter www.bauprozess.arch.ethz.ch
063-0602-00LBuilding Process: Economy Information 2 credits2GS. Menz, H. Reichel
AbstractThe demonstration of economic considerations within the design and construction process of buildings is the main focus of the diploma elective subject.
ObjectiveTo grasp the coherences of costs, income and income return.
ContentThe specialization Bauprozess: Economics is located at the interface between economics here considered as "economics", as well as an area of ​​the social sciences and the built space.
With increasing scale, the students are made aware of the economic constraints and opportunities that influence our urbanity, from urban development and development to the individual building. In order to vividly illustrate the consequences of these economic and general social conditions, the focus is first drawn up at each scale level and explained the basic principle on the basis of an extreme manifestation, mostly from a metropolis in our world, or on the basis of a historical example. Afterwards, we return to the familiar scale of the city of Zurich and its agglomeration in order to examine the same mechanisms here.
In each teaching module the relation to and the relevance for the profession of architects is discussed, which - following the claim of our professorship and the master lecture building process - are regarded as generalists with special knowledge also in economic areas, without being completely absorbed in these areas; without stopping to be an architect.

Selection of lessons:
1. The economy of the city
Based on the question of which reasons motivated the individual to concentrate selectively and move away from his agricultural livelihoods, the city is regarded as a new state of evolution that is structurally expressed in the silhouettes of our metropolises.
Gradual attempts are being made to unmask the forces behind the visible economic activity, such as commuting times, pay gaps, land costs, rents, scarcity and returns. Using the example of the metropolitan region of Zurich, it is shown why urban development and construction activity have manifested themselves in a certain way in a specific region at a certain time.
2. Returns
The different forms of returns as mediators between investment and income are worked out on the basis of a concrete project development and their influence on the project is shown or relativised. The concept of yield illustrates the relevance of the timeline in the planning and construction of a building. The economic consideration of a property and its division into construction and land costs, as well as the emergence of the latter from the expected returns, are discussed as well as the influence of movements in the interest markets on the project, as well as the conditions under which we architects ,
3. costs
Land, building and construction costs, as perhaps the most direct economic equivalent of architecture, are systematized using common methods and classified on the timeline of the planning and construction process. Cost types, determination, planning and control are addressed, and the most relevant factors influencing the construction costs are analyzed.
4. Project development
This lecture is due to the increasing complexity, professionalization and, as a result, heteronomy of the planning and construction process. The attractiveness of investment in real assets - and here in the front line of real estate - that has been heightened by the financial crisis of 2008 and its aftermath has led to a long before adoption of valuation and management methods, as well as forms of organization from the financial sector to real estate project development , The changing role of the architect from generalist to specialist in many project constellations is critically explained and questioned.
063-0612-00LBuilding Process III Information Restricted registration - show details
Number of participants limited to 28.
Until 18.2.19 definitive enrolment in mystudies and confirmation of participation to Link . Introduction: 21.2.20 Attendance requirement!
2 credits2SS. Menz, I. Heide
AbstractAnalysing, reconstructing and discussing development, planning and accomplishment of elected examples of architecture. The particular aspects of the building process are set in relation to the final projects, resulting in a deeper and wider understanding for dependencies and reciprocal actions.
ObjectiveConsolidation of the building process issue, with focus on its independencies and reciprocal actions.
Literaturehttps://map.arch.ethz.ch
Prerequisites / NoticeThis course is limited to 28 participants.
Until 18.2.19 definitive enrolment in mystudies and confirmation of participation to heide@arch.ethz.ch . Introduction: 21.2.20 Attendance requirement! Active participation in the course is a prerequisite.
063-0768-20LBuilding Process:Thesis Elective Information Restricted registration - show details 6 credits13AS. Menz
AbstractElective works serve the independent way of dealing with the contents of the according elective course.
ObjectiveGoal of this elective thesis is a self-dependent and coherent argumentation with the contents of the previous visited elective course "Building Process: Design Phase".
ContentElective works serve the independent way of dealing with the contents of the according elective course.
Literaturehttps://map.arch.ethz.ch
Prerequisites / Noticehttps://bauprozess.arch.ethz.ch/education/vertiefungsarbeiten/vertiefungsarbeitbauprozessiii.html
067-0102-00LAchievements Information Restricted registration - show details
Does not take place this semester.
Only for MAS in Building Process Leadership.
Is not offered in FS20!
10 credits21GA. Paulus, S. Menz
Abstract
Objective
067-0104-00LMethods Restricted registration - show details
Only for MAS in Building Process Leadership.
5 credits11GA. Paulus, S. Menz
AbstractIn the fourth semester, the students have to put their knowledge into practice. Their teaching goals will best stressed by developing multiple strategies and by presenting their own leadership.
ObjectiveThe students are abe to understand the following terminologies, processes and competences. The are able to put them into practice.
- Attitude and practice
- Strategy development
- Decision making
- Leadership
ContentIn the fourth semester, the students have to put their knowledge into practice. There teaching goals will best stressed by developing multiple strategies and by presenting their own leadership.
Literaturewww.map.arch.ethz.ch/en
067-0202-00LMAS Work: Methods Information Restricted registration - show details
Does not take place this semester.
Only for MAS in Building Process Leadership.
Is not offered in FS20.
5 credits11AA. Paulus, S. Menz
Abstract
Objective
067-0204-00LMAS Thesis: Answers Restricted registration - show details
Only for MAS in Building Process Leadership.
10 credits21GA. Paulus, S. Menz
AbstractIn the fourth semester, the MAS thesis is to be finished by the students by answering their research questions. In detail, they have present their MAS thesis to an audience. The main tasks are critical thinking and self monitoring. The academic supervision itsfelf concentrates on knowledge transfer, the editor and proof reading.
ObjectiveThe students are abe to understand the following terminologies, processes and competences. The are able to put them into practice.
- To publish on a certain subject
- To present and to lecture
ContentIn the fourth semester, the MAS thesis is to be finished by the students by answering their research questions. In detail, they have present their MAS thesis to an audience. The main tasks are critical thinking and self monitoring. The academic supervision itsfelf concentrates on knowledge transfer, the editor and proof reading.
Literaturewww.map.arch.ethz.ch/en
072-0002-00LCompetence to Act Information Restricted registration - show details
Only for MAS in Architecture, Real Estate, Construction.
1 credit2GA. Paulus, S. Menz
AbstractLeadership is characterized by a distinctive ability to act. Their sum of specialized, self-reliant and social competence as an expression of the actor's leadership is inseparably linked with the understanding of his attitude.
ObjectiveThe aim is to achieve a high level of professional competence, self-competence and social competence and the ability to optimally incorporate the acquired knowledge in his leadership style.
ContentProfessional competence is the ability to handle tasks of one's own discipline. Both the learned theory and the experienced practice are important in order to be able to recognize connections and solve problems independently and purposefully.

Self-competence is the ability to take responsibility. In an iterative process, this involves the ability to analyze and sharpen one's own knowledge and ability in terms of independence, critical faculty and self-confidence in order to be able to develop one's own values ​​through reliability.

Social competence refers to the ability to understand others as well as behave appropriately and wisely to them.
Lecture notesScripts, documents, studies, dates and addresses are stored on the server of the program.
LiteratureLiterature recommendations at www.bauprozess.arch.ethz.ch and www.kompetenz.arch.ethz.ch
072-0106-00LModule 6: Roles and Responsibilities Information Restricted registration - show details
Only for CAS ARC in Digital and MAS in Architecture, Real Estate, Construction.
1 credit2GA. Paulus, S. Menz
AbstractKey terms: Activities, liability, dependencies, competences
ObjectiveModule 6 describes the individual roles of the protagonists involved in digitally-aided planning, the contract award process, and the construction and usage of buildings, enabling the participants to set their own responsibilities in the context of a specific project.
ContentThe implementation of digitally-aided processes requires rethinking in relation to the roles and responsibilities involved in the value-creation chain in the building industry. The current position and the expected activities need to be given special attention. The variety of new role models arising, such as BIM coordination, is explained in this module using each of the activities and responsibilities involved, viewed in relation to theoretical and actual projects. In addition, current issues involving remuneration and legal liability are discussed.
Lecture notesScripts, documents, studies, dates and addresses are stored on the server of the program.
LiteratureLiterature recommendations at www.bauprozess.arch.ethz.ch and www.kompetenz.arch.ethz.ch
072-0107-00LModule 7: Ordering and Process Organisation Information Restricted registration - show details
Only for CAS ARC in Digital and MAS in Architecture, Real Estate, Construction.
1 credit2GA. Paulus, S. Menz
AbstractKey terms: “Last planner,” “quality gates,” LOD and BIM project development plan
ObjectiveThe organisational elements involved in digitally-aided project work are defined in Module 7. Using a case study, the participants learn how to competently put together what is known as a BIM project development plan.
ContentThe early setting of project goals, tasks and activities contributes to the success of a project, as the organisation can then be transparently defined and communicated. Currently, what is known as a BIM project development plan helps define the project aims, organisation and details of the attributes, semantics, SOI, LOD and LOI that are to be used. The basis for these can be provided both by the familiar SIA process and also an superimposed flexible process organisation. Finally, the standards and definitions used by the Swiss professional associations are explained.
Lecture notesScripts, documents, studies, dates and addresses are stored on the server of the program.
LiteratureLiterature recommendations at www.bauprozess.arch.ethz.ch and www.kompetenz.arch.ethz.ch
072-0108-00LModule 8: Development of a Digitalisation Strategy Information Restricted registration - show details
Only for CAS ARC in Digital and MAS in Architecture, Real Estate, Construction.
1 credit2GA. Paulus, S. Menz
AbstractKey terms: Forward-looking company and project organisation
ObjectiveModule 8 provides the basis for the development of robust long-term strategies for implementing digitalisation in projects and companies. The participants learn how to evaluate these strategies independently and critically.
ContentTo be able to use digitally-aided project processing and value creation in specific contexts, a digitalisation strategy is needed as the foundation for later implementation in the project and in the company. This strategy defines the planned activities needed to achieve the goals. Using participants’ own list of tasks, the existing state is compared with the target state in relation to available resources, strengths, competences, technical requirements and processes.
Lecture notesScripts, documents, studies, dates and addresses are stored on the server of the program.
LiteratureLiterature recommendations at www.bauprozess.arch.ethz.ch and www.kompetenz.arch.ethz.ch
072-0109-00LModule 9: Implementation a Strategy Information Restricted registration - show details
Only for CAS ARC in Digital and MAS in Architecture, Real Estate, Construction.
1 credit2GA. Paulus, S. Menz
AbstractKey terms: Resources and competences, milestones and IDM
ObjectiveModule 9 describes milestones, tools and the corresponding framework conditions for implementing a strategy, enabling the participants to implement the strategy formulated in Module 8.
ContentExperience shows that implementing a digitalisation strategy in a project or company can be successful when the project goals, protagonists and resources have been correctly understood, so that easily achieved added value can be created at an early point. Successful examples will be studied, as well as the formulation of pilot projects, software adaptation, investment and critical pathways. The role of specific tools such as information delivery manuals (IDMs) is explained.
Lecture notesScripts, documents, studies, dates and addresses are stored on the server of the program.
LiteratureLiterature recommendations at www.bauprozess.arch.ethz.ch and www.kompetenz.arch.ethz.ch
072-0110-00LModule 10: Prospects for the Future Information Restricted registration - show details
Only for CAS ARC in Digital and MAS in Architecture, Real Estate, Construction.
1 credit2GA. Paulus, S. Menz
AbstractKey terms: Adaptation and strategy
ObjectiveFinally, Module 10 takes up topical developments and places them in order of importance, enabling the participants to act independently and in accordance with the situation.
ContentThe rapidity with which digitalisation is influencing one’s own attitudes and activities makes it necessary to compare robust long-term information with topical everyday events. Specifically, tools and ideas from the SIA, CRB, KBOB, IPB and “Bauen digital Schweiz” will be discussed, as well as the options available in current software programs.

The participants will present their own theses on digitalisation and open them up for discussion in the plenary session.
Lecture notesScripts, documents, studies, dates and addresses are stored on the server of the program.
LiteratureLiterature recommendations at www.bauprozess.arch.ethz.ch and www.kompetenz.arch.ethz.ch
072-0190-00LTerm Paper in Digitalisation Information Restricted registration - show details
Only for CAS ARC in Digital and MAS in Architecture, Real Estate, Construction.
2 credits6AA. Paulus, S. Menz
AbstractOur advanced studies' lectures are given in German. Please find an abstract/the keywords in the field 'objective'.
ObjectiveThe students are able to understand the following terminologies, processes and competences. They are able to put them into practice.
- Implementation of Methodologies
- Scientific working
- Analysis, interpretation, assessments
- Editor, proof reading
- Storytelling
- To publish on a certain subject
- To present and to lecture
ContentOur advanced studies' lectures are given in German. Please find an abstract/the keywords in the field 'objective'.
Lecture notesPlease find the teaching material, the further readings and Information on our server.
Literaturewww.map.arch.ethz.ch/en
072-0301-00LModule 1: Perception of Demand Information Restricted registration - show details
Only for CAS ARC in Handling the Building Stock and MAS in Architecture, Real Estate, Construction.
1 credit2GA. Paulus, S. Menz
AbstractKey words: construction and real estate market, micro and macro environment
ObjectiveIn Module 1, by interpreting the snapshot of one's own enterprise and opportunities and dangers
to appreciate.
ContentIntroductory module «Enterprise» considers the role of organizations in the economic network of markets and their identity. It presents the peculiarities of planning offices as a service provider, shows different types of companies and discusses the business cycle from founding to succession planning. In addition, the branch-specific development of leadership and organizational models as well as the problem of access to international markets are examined. Accompanying the basics of a general business model for service companies are taught and key criteria defined.
Lecture notesScripts, documents, studies, dates and addresses are stored on the server of the program.
LiteratureLiterature recommendations at www.bauprozess.arch.ethz.ch and www.kompetenz.arch.ethz.ch
072-0302-00LModule 2: Estate Information Restricted registration - show details
Only for CAS ARC in Handling the Building Stock and MAS in Architecture, Real Estate, Construction.
1 credit2GA. Paulus, S. Menz
AbstractKey words: Bauwerk Schweiz, new construction and renovation, economy
Change in value, demolition / replacement, potential for compression
ObjectiveKnowledge about type, extent and change of the building Switzerland and the main questions.
ContentWith more than CHF 3'585 billion (excluding land), Switzerland is the largest national capital. It grows by around 4.7 per cent each year, but its value is under-invested. Is there a risk of slippage? Should more be invested in maintenance / repair or more canceled and replaced? How big is the compaction potential in the stock? Excursus on civil engineering and infrastructure construction
Lecture notesScripts, documents, studies, dates and addresses are stored on the server of the program.
LiteratureLiterature recommendations at www.bauprozess.arch.ethz.ch and www.kompetenz.arch.ethz.ch
072-0303-00LModule 3: Life Cycle Information Restricted registration - show details
Only for CAS ARC in Handling the Building Stock and MAS in Architecture, Real Estate, Construction.
1 credit2GA. Paulus, S. Menz
AbstractKey words: intention development, realization operation
ObjectiveThe participants understand a property in the context of a life cycle
ContentThe importance of a life-cycle-oriented approach has arrived in the Swiss construction and real estate sector. Cumulative management costs can exceed the cost of construction after just a few years. In this module, a systematic consideration of the phases and processes in the life cycle of a property takes place. Study I explores various aspects of life-cycle planning and construction.
Lecture notesScripts, documents, studies, dates and addresses are stored on the server of the program.
072-0304-00LModule 4: Care Information Restricted registration - show details
Only for CAS ARC in Handling the Building Stock and MAS in Architecture, Real Estate, Construction.
1 credit2GA. Paulus, S. Menz
AbstractKey words: maintenance, change, replacement
Preservation of value, increase in value, destruction of value and replacement construction
ObjectiveThe various depths of intervention in dealing with a existing property and their effects are known.
ContentThe structure and nomenclature of the interventions in the stock are presented and models for the registration and calculation of the structural interventions are presented. It focuses specifically on ongoing maintenance, the periodic repair and planning of renewal cycles, as well as on structural interventions and value-enhancing measures. Based on the study II, the learning content is applied and various options for action in dealing with the building stock are evaluated.
Lecture notesScripts, documents, studies, dates and addresses are stored on the server of the program.
LiteratureLiterature recommendations at www.bauprozess.arch.ethz.ch and www.kompetenz.arch.ethz.ch
072-0305-00LModule 5: Recyclables Information Restricted registration - show details
Only for CAS ARC in Handling the Building Stock and MAS in Architecture, Real Estate, Construction.
1 credit2GA. Paulus, S. Menz
AbstractKey words: building fabric, material cycle
Production and disposal / reusability of building fabric, energy flows, pollutants
ObjectiveBuilding and breaking off is understood as an energy and material flow.
ContentThe total weight of all properties in Switzerland is estimated at around 1 billion tonnes. Every year around 10 million m3 of buildings are demolished and more than 60 million t of raw materials are used in new buildings. This module examines the cycle principle and its implications for selective decommissioning, disposal, landfilling, recycling and reuse, as well as the importance of the gray matter energy of materials.
Continuation, reuse, demolition / new construction - stakeholders, goals and conflicting goals
Lecture notesScripts, documents, studies, dates and addresses are stored on the server of the program.
LiteratureLiterature recommendations at www.bauprozess.arch.ethz.ch and www.kompetenz.arch.ethz.ch
072-0406-00LModule 6: Legal Basis Information Restricted registration - show details
Only for CAS ARC in Unternehmensführung and MAS in Architecture, Real Estate, Construction.
1 credit2GA. Paulus, S. Menz
AbstractOur advanced studies' lectures are given in German. Please find an abstract/the keywords in the field 'objective'.
ObjectiveThe students are able to understand the following terminologies, processes and competences. They are able to put them into practice.
- Labor and employment law
- Contracting
- Data protection
ContentOur advanced studies' lectures are given in German. Please find an abstract/the keywords in the field 'objective'.
Lecture notesPlease find the teaching material, the further readings and Information on our server.
Literaturewww.map.arch.ethz.ch/en
072-0407-00LModule 7: Leadership Information Restricted registration - show details
Only for CAS ARC in Unternehmensführung and MAS in Architecture, Real Estate, Construction.
1 credit2GA. Paulus, S. Menz
AbstractOur advanced studies' lectures are given in German. Please find an abstract/the keywords in the field 'objective'.
ObjectiveThe students are abe to understand the following terminologies, processes and competences. The are able to put them into practice.
- Socio-economic organisational forms
- Leadership: attitude and practice
- Human ressources
- Change management
- Mediation and conflict resolution
ContentOur advanced studies' lectures are given in German. Please find an abstract/the keywords in the field 'objective'.
Lecture notesPlease find the teaching material, the further readings and Information on our server.
Literaturewww.map.arch.ethz.ch/en
072-0408-00LModule 8: Organisation Information Restricted registration - show details
Only for CAS ARC in Unternehmensführung and MAS in Architecture, Real Estate, Construction.
1 credit2GA. Paulus, S. Menz
AbstractOur advanced studies' lectures are given in German. Please find an abstract/the keywords in the field 'objective'.
ObjectiveThe students are able to understand the following terminologies, processes and competences. They are able to put them into practice.
- Project management
- Tools and Instruments
- Control and Monitoring
ContentOur advanced studies' lectures are given in German. Please find an abstract/the keywords in the field 'objective'.
Lecture notesPlease find the teaching material, the further readings and Information on our server.
Literaturewww.map.arch.ethz.ch/en
072-0409-00LModule 9: Best Practices Information Restricted registration - show details
Only for CAS ARC in Unternehmensführung and MAS in Architecture, Real Estate, Construction.
1 credit2GA. Paulus, S. Menz
AbstractOur advanced studies' lectures are given in German. Please find an abstract/the keywords in the field 'objective'.
ObjectiveThe students are able to understand the following terminologies, processes and competences. They are able to put them into practice.
- Critical thinking
- Analysis, interpretation, adoption, implementation
ContentOur advanced studies' lectures are given in German. Please find an abstract/the keywords in the field 'objective'.
Lecture notesPlease find the teaching material, the further readings and Information on our server.
Literaturewww.map.arch.ethz.ch/en
072-0410-00LModule 10: Strategy Information Restricted registration - show details
Only for CAS ARC in Unternehmensführung and MAS in Architecture, Real Estate, Construction.
1 credit2GA. Paulus, S. Menz
AbstractOur advanced studies' lectures are given in German. Please find an abstract/the keywords in the field 'objective'.
ObjectiveThe students are able to understand the following terminologies, processes and competences. They are able to put them into practice.
- Strategy and futures
- Time horizons
- Micro and macro environment
- Certainty and uncertainty
ContentOur advanced studies' lectures are given in German. Please find an abstract/the keywords in the field 'objective'.
Lecture notesPlease find the teaching material, the further readings and Information on our server.
Literaturewww.map.arch.ethz.ch/en
072-0490-00LTerm Paper in Corporate Governance Information Restricted registration - show details
Only for CAS ARC in Digital and MAS in Architecture, Real Estate, Construction.
2 credits6AA. Paulus, S. Menz
AbstractOur advanced studies' lectures are given in German. Please find an abstract/the keywords in the field 'objective'.
ObjectiveThe students are able to understand the following terminologies, processes and competences. They are able to put them into practice.
- Implementation of Methodologies
- Scientific working
- Analysis, interpretation, assessments
- Editor, proof reading
- Storytelling
- To publish on a certain subject
- To present and to lecture
ContentOur advanced studies' lectures are given in German. Please find an abstract/the keywords in the field 'objective'.
Lecture notesPlease find the teaching material, the further readings and Information on our server.
Literaturewww.map.arch.ethz.ch/en