In this course, which addresses master students (of all faculties), important concepts and methods of scientific working in the context of practical applications of computing in civil engineering will be taught.
Since scientific writing is of particular importance in the course, a scientific paper will be developed, which is a prerequisite of the final examination.
The topic of this semester is "implementation and validation of a shake table for structural health monitoring and control".
The students will construct a low-cost shake table, able to simulate earthquake events on scaled structures.
In the lab, the students will use wireless sensor networks and embedded computing to develop an algorithm for simulating earthquake events. Further information related to the course may be found here:
Please submit your enrolment request until May 8, 2020 at 12:00 to the following email address: email@example.com .
Due to the limited capacity, only few students can participate in this course. Upon the deadline stated above, students whose enrolment request is approved will be automatically enrolled to the Moodle room and will be provided with further information.
Smarsly, K. & Dragos, K, 2019. Scientific Writing in Engineering. Tredition, Hamburg, Germany.