Faculty Facility - Central Electrotechnical Laboratory
The Central Electrotechnical Laboratory is charged with teaching basic electrical engineering theory at Faculty 3. University-level, research-oriented teaching is conducted in the form of lectures, exercises and important laboratory training in technical fields of study
Lectures in a wide spectrum of basic subject areas of electrical engineering are given by a range of professors in the context of regular courses, which are conceived and coordinated by the faculty itself.
Organised exercises and laboratory experience serve to expand and build on what students learn in the lecture hall through exposure to computer exercises and the laboratory experience they need in their specific technical areas. Research assistants are involved in preparing and evaluating the requisite examinations. Research assistants also ensure that individual modules are properly implemented and coordinate the laboratory’s general operations, safety, servicing and maintenance requirements.
Many courses at the BTU Cottbus that are subject to different academic regulations require electrical engineering classes in their syllabus. This requirement for basic knowledge in electrical engineering is provided in the modules offered by the Central Electrotechnical Laboratory. The focussed content of the individual modules provides BTU students with a solid foundation in terms of acquiring basic knowledge that they will need later for their fields of study.