Roger Gassert: Catalogue data in Spring Semester 2013

Name Prof. Dr. Roger Gassert
FieldRehabilitation Engineering
Address
Rehabilitation Engineering
ETH Zürich, GLC G 20.2
Gloriastrasse 37/ 39
8092 Zürich
SWITZERLAND
Telephone+41 44 632 32 66
E-mailroger.gassert@hest.ethz.ch
URLhttp://www.relab.ethz.ch/laboratory/team/roger-gassert.html
DepartmentHealth Sciences and Technology
RelationshipFull Professor

NumberTitleECTSHoursLecturers
376-0016-00LLaboratory Course Health Technology Restricted registration - show details
Does not take place this semester.
2 credits2PS. Lorenzetti, S. J. Ferguson, R. Gassert, R. Müller, R. Riener, J. G. Snedeker, V. Vogel, M. Zenobi-Wong
AbstractPractical laboratory course with basic experiments.
ObjectivePerform and interpret basic experiment to learn the measurement methods and practical applications in health technology.
ContentTensile test tendon / bone testing / human movement measurement / cell culture /material testing / interaction man machine
Lecture notescan be downloaded on the moodle platform.
376-2061-00LEngineering Tool lV/V: Scientific Writing with LaTeX and Vector Graphics Information
Maximum number of participants: 40

Only one course can be chosen per semester. All Engineering Tool courses are for MAVT-Bachelor students only.
Registration:
1. Until 14.02.2013 on: Register on Link and apply for the Engineering Tool course.
2. From 18.02.2013 on: Register in myStudies for the corresponding Engineering Tool course. (Before 18.02.2013, no registration for Engineering Tool courses are possible in myStudies.
1 credit1KR. Gassert
AbstractThis course provides insights into the structure and compilation of scientific papers and publications using LaTeX as well as open source software for image editing and the creation of vector graphics. LaTeX is a typesetting tool that separates text format and layout. It is widely used for reports and publications in the scientific domain.
ObjectiveBy looking at specific examples during class you will obtain an overview on composing scientific papers (e.g. bachelor theses, semester theses, master theses) using LaTeX and acquire the most important commands to typeset complex formulas, tables and graphics.
Content-- layout of scientific reports
-- writing with LaTeX (structure, formatting, formulas, tables, graphics, references, table of contents, hyperlinks, packages) based on a template for bachelor/ semester/ master theses.
-- graphic design and illustration using open source software and Matlab
-- including PDF files in the report (project description, data sheets)
-- managing bibliography databases
Literaturehttp://www.relab.ethz.ch/education/engineeringtools
Prerequisites / NoticeParticular:
The exercises will be done on your personal laptop (at least one laptop per two students). The entire LaTeX package, Inkscape and Gimp should be installed in advance.
376-2061-10LEngineering Tool lV/V: Scientific Writing with LaTeX and Vector Graphics Information
Maximum of 40 participants

Only one course can be chosen per semester. All Engineering Tool courses are for MAVT-Bachelor students only.
Registration:
1. Until 14.02.2013: Register on Link
and apply for the Engineering Tool course.

2. From 18.02.2013 on: Register in myStudies for the corresponding Engineering Tool course
(Before 18.02.2013, no registrations for Engineering Tool courses are possible in myStudies.)
0.4 credits1KR. Gassert
AbstractThis course provides insights into the structure and compilation of scientific papers and publications using LaTeX as well as open source software for image editing and the creation of vector graphics. LaTeX is a typesetting tool that separates text format and layout. It is widely used for reports and publications in the scientific domain.
ObjectiveBy looking at specific examples during class you will obtain an overview on composing scientific papers (e.g. bachelor theses, semester theses, master theses) using LaTeX and acquire the most important commands to typeset complex formulas, tables and graphics.
Content-- layout of scientific reports
-- writing with LaTeX (structure, formatting, formulas, tables, graphics, references, table of contents, hyperlinks, packages) based on a template for bachelor/ semester/ master theses.
-- graphic design and illustration using open source software and Matlab
-- including PDF files in the report (project description, data sheets)
-- managing bibliography databases
Literaturehttp://www.relab.ethz.ch/education/engineeringtools
Prerequisites / NoticeParticular:
The exercises will be done on your personal laptop (at least one laptop per two students). The entire LaTeX package, Inkscape and Gimp should be installed in advance.