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  1. Problem based and project-oriented learning. An other way of implementing research based teaching in power electronics by Professor Frede Blaabjerg Aalborg University fbl@iet.auc.dk http://www.iet.aau.dk/~fbl/

  2. Power Electronics Technology

  3. Power Electronics Technology Development in ASD

  4. Power Electronics Technology Disciplines Fundamental fields Interdisciplinary fields ·Power Device Technology ·Energy Technology ·Circuits ·Power Systems ·Magnetics ·Electronics ·Electrical Machines ·Control ·High Voltage Technique ·EMC ·Thermal Management/cooling ·Reliability ·Prototyping ·Modeling and Simulation ·Production Technology ·IT (Embedded system) ·Optimization ·Materials Power Electronics Technology Skills for engineer

  5. Problem-based and project-oriented learning How to study at Aalborg University • We work from day one in groups with problem-oriented projects. • Most important benefits are: • Team work (project and cources) • Project management • Broad engineering projects • Communication (written, presentation, negotiation) • Theory • Experiments

  6. Problem-based and project-oriented learning Basic Structure 10 9 Master Specialisation 8 B.Sc.Thesis 7 Intro semester 6 Fundamental Education 5 The study each semester is based on a combination of courses and team based problem-oriented project work 4 3 2 Basic Year 1

  7. Problem-based and project-oriented learning Project solving Implementation of problem-oriented and project-organised education

  8. Problem-based and project-oriented learning Distribution between courses and project work (one semester, 30 ETCS) 1 day 100% 100% 75% 75% COURSES EVALUATION (project/courses) INTRODUCTION 50% 50% 25% 25% Problem solving Analysis Report 0% 0% 5 5 weeks 10 weeks 10 15 weeks 20 weeks 1. 1. period 2. 2. period 3. 3. period 4. 4. period Start Start End • 50% project work • 25% project-oriented courses • 25% basic courses • Full week time table

  9. Problem-based and project-oriented learning What do the students need • Project proposal • Group room • Computer / Internet • Laboratory • Supervisor

  10. Conclusion • Aalborg University provides full project-oriented PBL • Broad skills in communication, management etc. • Power electronics and drives programme • Projects with impact and strong for research • Very high efficiency in the education • Social function • Entrepeneurship and research skills are added • Need space at the university