Lectures

First semester (winter term)

  Title Belongs to Module ECTS Lec/Lab Institute
1 Advanced Mathematics 1 [41210] 6 3/2 GIS
2 Statistical Inference 2 [41220] 5 2/1 GIS
3 Signal Processing 2 [41220] 5 2/1 IfP
4 Monitoring 3 [48400] 3 1/1 IIGS
5 Map Projections &
Geodetic Coordinate Systems
4 [41230] 5 2/1 GIS
6 German as Foreign Language 13 [48450] 6 5 weeks International Center IZ

 

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Second semester (summer term)

  Title Belongs to Module ECTS Lec/Lab Institute
1 Dynamic System Estimation 2 [41220] 5 2/1 INS
2 Kinematic Measurement Systems 3 [48400] 6 2/2 IIGS
3 Physical Geodesy 4 [41230] 4 2/1 GIS
4 Remote Sensing 5 [41240] 4.5 2/1 IfP
5 Airborne Data Acquisition 5 [41240] 4.5 2/1 IfP
6 Integrated Project 7 [41280] 6 10 days all institutes

 

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Third Semester (winter term)

  Title Belongs to Module ECTS Lec/Lab Institute
1 Geoinformatics 6 [41250] 6 2/2 IfP
2 Thematic Cartography 6 [41250] 3 1/1 IIGS
3 Information & Contract Law 12 [48440] 3 2/0 external
4 Terrestrial Multisensor Systems 8 [77800]

Elective
9.0
2 out of 4

2/1 IIGS
5 Transport Telematics 8 [77800] 2/1 IIGS
6 Foundations of Satellite Geodesy 9 [48420]

Elective
9.0
2 out of 4

2/1 GIS
7 Satellite Geodesy Observation Techniques 9 [48420] 2/1 GIS
8 Satellite Navigation 10 [48430]

Elective
9.0
2 out of 4

2/1 INS
9 Integrated Positioning and Navigation 10 [48430] 2/1 INS
10 Computer Vision 11 [77790]

Elective
9.0
2 out of 4

2/1 IfP
11 Pattern Recognition 11 [77790] 2/1 IfP

 

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Integrated Fieldwork

The 10 days Integrated Fieldwork is the synthesis of all knowledge acquired in previous modules. It enables students to analyse real-life Geomatics Engineering tasks and to solve those tasks and problems with an engineering approaching an autonomous way. Through carefully designed project planning, students will simultaneously develop project management and team work skills. The fieldwork is realized at variable places in the vicinity of Stuttgart – typically on the Swabian Alb, nearby Reutlingen. The project takes place at the end of the lecture period of second semester and is completed at the beginning of the third semester.

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Master Thesis

With the Master Thesis the students are to demonstrate their ability to complete and document a well defined research project within a given time frame.

The Master Thesis has to be prepared in English language. It can only be started after having successfully passed at least 60 credit points (ECTS) of mandatory and elective modules including the corresponding examinations of the first three semesters.

The Master Thesis has to be finished after six months. In exceptional cases, the time can be extended up to nine months. The 4th semester (summer term) is exclusively reserved for the Master Thesis.

The start of the Master Thesis has to be documented by the Examination Office of the University of Stuttgart.

 

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