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Environmental Engineering Master Information
Elective Modules
For all majors.
EM: Air Quality Control
Elective Module for Majors "Resource Management", "River and Hydraulic Engineering" "Urban Water Management" and "Water Resources Management".
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
102-0377-00LAir Pollution Modeling and ChemistryW3 credits2GS. Henne, S. Reimann Bhend, X. Zhang
EM: Ecological Systems Design
Elective Module for Majors "Environmental Technologies", "River and Hydraulic Engineering" and "Water Resources Management".
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
102-0307-01LAdvanced Environmental, Social and Economic Assessments Restricted registration - show details
The combined course unit is only for Master students in Environmental Engineering. All other students enrol for one or both out of the single courses.
W5 credits4GA. E. Braunschweig, S. Pfister, R. Frischknecht
102-0317-03LAdvanced Environmental Assessment (Computer Lab I)W1 credit1US. Pfister
EM: Flow and Transport
Elective Module for Majors "Environmental Technologies", "Resource Management" and "Urban Water Management".
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
101-0267-01LNumerical HydraulicsW3 credits2GM. Holzner
102-0259-00LEcohydraulics and Habitat ModellingW3 credits2GR. Stocker, K.‑D. Jorde, L. G. Martins da Silva, A. Siviglia
EM: Groundwater
Elective Module for Majors "Environmental Technologies", "River and Hydraulic Engineering" and "Urban Water Management".
Module is offered in FS.
EM: Hydraulic Engineering
Elective Module for Majors "Environmental Technologies", "Resource Management", " Urban Water Management" and "Water Resources Management".
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
101-0247-01LHydraulic structures II
Information: Enrolment of Hydraulic Engineering II is not recommended without having attended Hydraulic Engineering (101-0206-00L) previously since Hydraulic Engineering II is strongly based on Hydraulic Engineering (101-0206-00L).
W6 credits4GR. Boes
EM: Landscape
Elective Module for Majors "Environmental Technologies", "Resource Management", "River and Hydraulic Engineering" and "Urban Water Management".
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
103-0347-00LLandscape Planning and Environmental Systems Restricted registration - show details W3 credits2VA. Grêt-Regamey
102-0287-00LFluvial Systems Information W3 credits2GP. Molnar
EM: Process Engineering in Urban Water Management
Elective Module for Majors "Resource Management", "River and Hydraulic Engineering" and "Water Resources Management".

No courses in autumn semester (HS), only in spring semester (FS).
EM: Remote Sensing and Earth Observation
Elective Module for Majors "Environmental Technologies", "Resource Management", "River and Hydraulic Engineering", "Urban Water Management" and "Water Resources Management".

Remark: Students also taking module "Remote Sensing and Earth Observation" as replacement of 102-0617-01L Methodologies for Image Processing of Remote Sensing Data in module "Landscape" have to chose one out following list:
1. 701-0104-00L Statistical Modelling of Spatial Data (FS) oder
2. 701-1674-00L Spatial Analysis, Modelling and Optimisation (FS) oder
3. 701-1644-00L Mountain Forest Hydrology (HS).
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
102-0617-00LBasics and Principles of Radar Remote Sensing for Environmental ApplicationsW3 credits2GI. Hajnsek
102-0627-00LApplied Radar Remote SensingW3 credits2GO. Frey
EM: River Systems
Elective Module for Majors "Environmental Technologies", "Resource Management", " Urban Water Management" and "Water Resources Management".

Remark: partly in German.

Note: Students taking both of the modules LAND and RIVER must take the course 101-1250-00 Wildbach- und Hangverbau as replacment for for Fluival Systems that is listed in both modules.
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
101-0258-00LRiver EngineeringW3 credits2GG. R. Bezzola
102-0287-00LFluvial Systems Information W3 credits2GP. Molnar
EM: Soil
Elective Module for Majors "Environmental Technologies", "Resource Management", "River and Hydraulic Engineering", "Urban Water Management" and "Water Resources Management".
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
701-0535-00LEnvironmental Soil Physics/Vadose Zone HydrologyW3 credits2G + 2UP. U. Lehmann Grunder
102-1681-00LElement Balancing and Soil Functions in Managed EcosystemsW3 credits2GA. Keller
EM: Systems Analysis in Urban Water Management
Elective Module for Majors "Resource Management", "River and Hydraulic Engineering" and "Water Resources Management".
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
102-0227-00LSystems Analysis and Mathematical Modeling in Urban Water Management Information Restricted registration - show details
Number of participants limited to 50.
W6 credits4GE. Morgenroth, M. Maurer
102-0217-00LProcess Engineering Ia Information W3 credits2GE. Morgenroth
EM: Waste Management
Elective Module for Majors "River and Hydraulic Engineering" "Urban Water Management" and "Water Resources Management".

Remark: 102-0337-00 Landfilling, Contaminated Sites and Radioactive Waste Repositories only for those students also taking module "System Analysis in Urban Water Management" as replacement of 102-0217-00 Process Engineering Ia in module "Waste Management".
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
102-0217-00LProcess Engineering Ia Information W3 credits2GE. Morgenroth
102-0337-00LLandfilling, Contaminated Sites and Radioactive Waste Repositories Restricted registration - show details
Only for Environmental Engineering MSc.
W3 credits2GM. Plötze, W. Hummel
102-0357-00LWaste Recycling TechnologiesW3 credits2GR. Bunge
EM: Water Infrastructure Planning and Stormwater Management
Elective Module for Majors "Environmental Technologies", "Resource Management", "River and Hydraulic Engineering" and "Water Resources Management".
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
102-0250-00LUrban Drainage Planning and Modelling Information Restricted registration - show details
Number of participants limited to 36.

Only for Environmental Engineers Msc in the module Water Infrastructure Planning and Stormwater Management.
W6 credits4GM. Maurer, F. Blumensaat, U. Karaus, J. P. Leitão Correia , J. Rieckermann
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