|Name||Introductive Course in Adaptronics|
|Status||Compulsory/Courses of Limited Choice|
|Level and type||Undergraduate Studies, Professional|
|Field of study||Power and Electrical Engineering|
|Faculty||Department of Industrial Electronics and Electrical Technologies|
|Academic staff||Pēteris Apse-Apsītis, Ingars Steiks, Anastasija Žiravecka, Ričards Poriņš, Jolanta Graudone, Matīss Stunda|
|Credit points||4.0 (6.0 ECTS)|
Training session (2h) are organised as follows: lecture- up to 1 hour, the rest- practical work..
The students are informed in the development of electrical engineering and electrical technologies, smart electrical technologies, sensors, actuators and electrical drive, resources of electric energy, its generation, transmission networks and smart grids, elements of the systems, micro-controllers, electro-technological molecule..
The theoretical basics of electrical engineering are taught and different methods of electric circuits are considered. The information about free choice subjects is given for the further studies. .
Goals and objectives
of the course in terms
of competences and skills
|The main goal of the subject is a close acquaintance of the students with the chosen speciality, all opportunities of the studies in this field and subjects. Possibility to gain practical skills, necessary for future studies.|
The students know the responsibilities and main tasks of an engineer, content of the study subjects and goals of the program. - The students define the subjects necessity for the work within the frames of different fields.
The students solve elementary tasks in the field of electricity and magnetism applying basic laws of electrical engineering. - At least three tasks in theoretical electrical engineering with further testing of them must be solved.
Applying the obtained knowledge of free choice subjects and analysing the branches these subjects are taught the students are able to evaluate the necessity of the particular subject. - The students reasonably choose free choice subjects for their further studies at the 2nd and 3rd years.
|Course prerequisites||Mathematics, physics, electricity and magnetism at the level of secondary school.|