Clemens Kielhauser: Catalogue data in Autumn Semester 2019

Name Dr. Clemens Kielhauser
DepartmentCivil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering
RelationshipExternal Supervisor

NumberTitleECTSHoursLecturers
101-0031-01LSystems Engineering4 credits4GB. T. Adey, C. Kielhauser
AbstractAn introduction to system development, analysis and optimization, and decision making, with focus on linear programming, networks, formal decision methods and economic analysis.
Objective- to gain compentency in methods used to plan and analyse systems
- to gain the ability to formulate, analyse and solve complex problems
- to gain compentency in the methods used for the evaluation of multiple solutions
Content- Introduction
- System development
- System analysis
- Networks
- Decision theory
- Economic analysis
- Cost-benefit analysis
Lecture notesScript and transparencies as well as additional material via Moodle.
The transparencies will be provided via Moodle two days before the respective class.
101-0509-00LInfrastructure Management 1: Process
Remark: Former Title "Infrastructure Management Systems".
6 credits3GB. T. Adey, C. Kielhauser
AbstractThe course provides an introduction to the steps included in the infrastructure management process.
ObjectiveUpon completion of the course, students will
- understand the steps required to manage infrastructure effectively, and
- understand the complexity of these steps.
ContentThe lectures are structured as follows:
- Introduction
- Setting goals and constraints
- Predicting the future
- Determining and justifying interventions
- Determining and justifying monitoring
- Converting programs to projects
- Analysing projects
- Ensuring good information
- Ensuring a well run organisation
- Describing the IM process
- Evaluating the IM process
Lecture notesAppropriate reading / and study material will be handed out during the course.
Transparencies will be handed out at the beginning of each class.
LiteratureAppropriate literature will be handed out when required.
101-0509-10LNetwork Infrastructure 1 Restricted registration - show details 3 credits2GB. T. Adey, C. Kielhauser
AbstractThe course provides an introduction of how to make and defend estimates for spending on the maintenance of network infrastructure, and in evaluating multiple options in modifying network infrastructure in situations where there is substantial future uncertainty on the infrastructure requirements.
ObjectiveUpon completion of the course, students will
- be able to make and defend estimates for spending on the maintenance of network infrastructure
- be able to evaluate multiple options in modifying network infrastructure in situations where there is substantial future uncertainty on the infrastructure requirements
Content- Setting goals and constraints
- Predicting the future with certain demand
- Justifying interventions with certain demand
- Predicting the future with uncertain demand
- Justifying interventions with uncertain demand
Lecture notesAppropriate reading / study material will be handed out during the course.
Copies of the slides will be handed out at the beginning of each class.
LiteratureAppropriate literature will be handed out when required.