0. Introduction to electrical Engineering

0.0 myself

My Resume


My Resume


My Resume


My Resume


My Resume


my subjects

  • Electrical Engineering I/II
  • Introduction to Digital Systems
  • Circuit Design
  • Elektronik Labor (German, Electronics Laboratory)
  • Microcontrollertechnik (German, Microcontroller Technology)
  • Elektronische Systeme (German, Electrical Systems)

further connections

  • Laborarbeit (mixed, Laboratory work)
  • Bachelor-Seminararbeit (mixed, Student Research Project for Bachelor)
  • Bachelor-Thesis (mixed)
  • Master Seminararbeiten (mixed, Student Research Project for Master)
  • Master Thesis (mixed)
  • Promotions-Thesis (mixed)

0.0 You

A glance around

Point of Origin

0.1 What does your future look like?



Overview of the Lectures (MR)


Overview of the Lectures (MR)


0.2 What should you bring with you?



  • Ability to engage with abstract issues
  • Motivation to learn not only during lectures but also lecture-accompanying
  • The secret of „to be able“ lies in „to want“



  • Understanding of physical problems
  • Vectors
  • Linear systems of equations/matrices
  • Differential and integral calculus
  • complex numbers

0.3 Sources for "Aftermath"

G Hagmann Grundlagen der Elektrotechnik,
$\substack{\tiny{\begin{align} & \text{AULA-Verlag} & \\ & \text{about the same level as the course; covers ET1 and ET2 (German) } & \end{align} }}$
V Hacker, et al Electrical Engineering - Fundamentals:
$\substack{\tiny{\begin{align} & \text{A great, compact textbook covering about the same range as this course.} & \\ & \text{(Use University VPN to get the textbook) } & \end{align} }}$
F T Ulaby, et al Circuit Analysis and Design $\substack{\tiny{\begin{align} & \text{is a beautifully written and illustrated textbook with the same range of topics like this course.} & \\ & \text{(It is also free to download and used in many US universities.) } & \end{align} }}$
$\quad \quad \quad \quad \quad \quad \quad$ Online Simulator by Falstad

0.4 Scared by the topics in the first week?

  • Use the Maths Learning Centre (further down the link).
  • Try to do as many exercises as possible
  • Try to stick with it and study and read in a timely manner. The semester picks up quickly…
  • Form study groups / join study groups.

    BUT: first try the exercise yourself and get creative, then ask fellow students!

Further information on EE1

ILIAS course


  • 1 Tutor
  • Discord (probably)
  • Please give feedback as soon as possible

Written exam EE1

  • Time: 60 minutes
  • allowed aids in the exam:
    • pocket calculator
    • 1 double-sided sheet DIN-A4 handwritten formulary
      (or 2 one-sided sheets)
  • Note: A legible and comprehensible calculation process must be available for each result.

0.6 Further information on EE2

ILIAS course

Written exam EE2

  • Time: 120 minutes
  • allowed aids in the exam:
    • pocket calculator
    • 2 double-sided sheets DIN-A4 handwritten formulary (or 4 one-sided sheets) * Note: A legible and comprehensible calculation process must be available for each result.