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Høst 2019

STE-3500 System Identification - 5 stp


The course is administrated by

Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology

Type of course

The course can be taken as a single course. 

Course contents

This course will provide the students with the knowledge, skills and tools necessary to use well-known and stat-of-the-art concepts within aerospace system identification. Throughout the course students will acquire skills on


Application deadline

Applicants from Nordic countries: 1 June. Exchange students and Fulbright students: 15 April

Admission requirements

To be applicable for the single course the qualification is the same as for the master program in Aerospace Control Engineering (Satellite Engineering). You must have a relevant undergraduate bachelor in engineering, primarily within electronics or space technology, but it may also be within related fields such as automatic control, communications, power electronics or computer science. You must however have a sufficient background in electronics and communications.

There is also a requirement of 30 points with preliminaries in mathematics/statistics, equivalent to the Norwegian courses Mathematics 1, 2, and 3, as well as Statistics.

Knowledge in Physics (7,5 - 10 ects) on a higher level is recommended to be able to follow different courses on the master programme. Some of the courses in the bachelor programme have a certain amount of physics included and can be accepted.


Objective of the course

After passing the subject, the students shall possess the following learning outcomes:

Knowledge:

The student has:

Skills:

The student shall be able to:

General competence

The student shall be able to:

This course will provide the students with the knowledge, skills and tools necessary to use well-known and stat-of-the-art concepts within aerospace system identification. Throughout the course students will acquire skills on


Language of instruction

English

Teaching methods

Lectures and mandatory hand-in assignments.

Assessment

Mandatory hand-in assignments: The number will be disclosed at the start of the course.

3 hour written exam. Assessment according to standard A-F grading scale where F is a fail.

Allowed examination aids: Calculator

Access to the continuation-exams are given to students that have unable to pass the most recent written ordinary exam in this subject. If the student has their assignments approved, then only the exam is required and the mandatory hand-in assignments are seen as approved. There is no resit option for the mandatory hand-in assignments.


Date for examination

Written 19.12.2019

The date for the exam can be changed. The final date will be announced at your faculty early in May and early in November.


Course overlap

STE-3600 System Identification 5 stp
Lectures Autumn 2019