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Built environment related technology for health and vitality (7y900, 7y910). General introduction. Specific scientific knowledge. 1 st semester: 7y900: Health & Comfort (Preventing health damage by design and maintenance of building services, buildings and other built environments)

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built environment related technology for health and vitality 7y900 7y910

Built environment related technology for health and vitality(7y900, 7y910)

General introduction

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specific scientific knowledge
Specific scientific knowledge

1st semester:

7y900: Health & Comfort

(Preventing health damage by design and maintenance of building services, buildings and other built environments)

2nd semester:

7y910: home automation & robotics

(Supportive technology on ICT basis, needs and abilities of residents and professionals in technology, services & care)

Study load: 4 ECTS for each of the two courses

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academic competences
Academic competences
  • Specific scientific knowledge
  • Research competent
  • Design competent
  • Scientific approach
  • Basic intellectual skills
  • Co-operation and communication
  • Temporal and social context

Source: Criteria for Academic Bachelor’s and Master’s curricula. 3TU; 2005

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the 3 academic educational levels
The 3 academic educational levels

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course organisation
Course organisation
  • Register in Study Web
  • Discussion in Study Web
  • Class or consultation
  • 4 ECTS
  • Report template is available

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assignment completion
Assignment completion

Note: Reports in A4, Arial pt 12, margin 2.5 cm; 12 points are needed to pass the course

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assignment report
Assignment report
  • Title + authors + affiliation
  • Abstract – Executive summary (+ title + authors)
  • Introduction - Background
  • Aim
  • Methodology to reach the aim, validate the design
  • Results of research or design with validation
  • Discussion
  • Conclusion with generalisation limits
  • Acknowledgements
  • References
  • (Appendices)

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assessing msc assignment
1. English presentation skill: verbal & written

2. Structured, stepwise problem analysis – problem segmentation

(what – where – when – who / how – why)

3. Data collection

(observation, structured interview, dedicated questionnaire, written sources, physical measurements)

4. Data mining or collection  Information  knowledge

5. Risk assessment – risk analysis – distributing & managing risks

6. Choosing between interventions – reproducibility of results – hypothesis & theory

(data collection + statistics)

7. Assessing probability of failure and success

(statistics)

8. Quantifying failure consequences & their probability

(statistics)

9. Why will this design / process succeed? How to know when & where?

10. When or where will this design / process fail? How to know why?

Title + authors + affiliation

[1] Abstract – Executive summary (+ title + authors)

[2] Introduction - Background

[2] Aim

[3/4] Methodology to reach the aim, validate the design

[5-8] Results of research or design with validation

[9/10] Discussion

[9/10] Conclusion with generalisation limits

Acknowledgements

References

(Appendices)

Assessing MSc assignment

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resources for assignments
Resources for assignments
  • Data mining in

Statline:http://statline.cbs.nl/StatWeb/start.asp?lp=Search/Search

Eurostat:

http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/portal/page?_pageid=1090,1&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL

Other databases

  • Library search systems

http://w3.tue.nl/nl/diensten/bib/digibib/zoeksystemen/a_z/

  • Reading lists
  • Gerontechnology: full text journal in the library
  • Data collection

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