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LehrveranstaltungTypSWSECTS-CreditsLV-Nummer
Informatik 1: Grundlagen und Programmieren - Gruppe I ILV 4,0 5,0 B2.00000.10.050
Informatik 1: Grundlagen und Programmieren - Gruppe II ILV 4,0 5,0 B2.00000.10.050
Vertiefung: Remote SystemsTypSWSECTS-Credits
Project Work PT 4,0 5,0 M2.05284.32.721
Remote Technologies Lab LB 2,0 2,0 M2.05284.31.671
Virtual and Remote Labs ILV 2,0 2,0 M2.05284.31.661
LehrveranstaltungTypSWSECTS-CreditsLV-Nummer
Elektrotechnik und Elektronik 1 ILV 6,0 8,0 B2.05270.10.040
Informatik 1: Grundlagen und Programmieren - Gruppe II ILV 4,0 5,0 B2.00000.10.050
LehrveranstaltungTypSWSECTS-CreditsLV-Nummer
Elektrotechnik und Elektronik 1 ILV 6,0 8,0 B2.05270.10.040
Elektrotechnik und Elektronik 1 ILV 6,0 8,0 B2.05270.10.040
LehrveranstaltungTypSWSECTS-CreditsLV-Nummer
Informatik 1: Grundlagen und Programmieren Gruppe I ILV 4,0 5,0 B2.00000.10.050
Informatik 1: Grundlagen und Programmieren Gruppe II ILV 4,0 5,0 B2.00000.10.050
SS 2019
LehrveranstaltungTypSWSECTS-CreditsLV-Nummer
Elektrotechnik Grundlagen ILV 2,0 2,0 B2.00000.21.160
Vertiefung: Remote SystemsTypSWSECTS-Credits
Design of Electronic Documents ILV 1,0 2,0 M2.05284.22.341
Internet Technologies ILV 2,0 3,0 M2.05284.21.301
LehrveranstaltungTypSWSECTS-CreditsLV-Nummer
Elektrotechnik und Elektronik 2 ILV 6,0 7,0 B2.05270.20.650
Informatik 2: Algorithmen und Objektorientiertes Programmieren - Gruppe II ILV 4,0 5,0 B2.00000.20.050
LehrveranstaltungTypSWSECTS-CreditsLV-Nummer
Elektrotechnik und Elektronik 2 ILV 6,0 7,0 B2.05270.20.650
Vertiefung: IndustrietechnikTypSWSECTS-Credits
Grundlagen Elektrotechnik ILV 2,0 2,0 B2.00000.21.160
TitelAutorJahr
TitelAutorJahr
LaufzeitFebruar/2019 - Dezember/2019
Projektleitung
  • Thomas Klinger
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Marvin Hoffland
  • Vera Ratheiser
  • Ewald Harder
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Doris Elisabeth Neureiter
  • Antonina Hammermüller
  • ForschungsschwerpunktE-Learning
    Studiengang
  • Engineering und IT - Allgemein
  • ForschungsprogrammErstellung digitaler Lehr- und Lernmittel mit Citizen Science Methoden
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • OEAD - Österreichscher Akademischer Austauschdienst
  • <div>Im Zuge dieses Projekts soll am Beispiel des Gruppenkommandantenlehrgangs der österreichischen Feuerwehren eine interaktive Lehr- und Lernumgebung auf- und eingesetzt werden, die die Inhalte des Lehrgangs mittels Videos und interaktiven Inhalten aufbereitet. Als Plattform ist ein zu errichten-der Moodle-Server vorgesehen; die Fachhochschule Kärnten wird neben der Unterstützung bei der Erstellung der digitalen Inhalte auch Know-how zur Wartung der Plattform transferieren.<br>Das in diesem Projektumfang zu erwartende Endprodukt ist die Etablierung einer inverted-classroom-Methodik und -Umgebung für den Gruppenkommandantenlehrgang der Feuerwehr. Die über den Projektrahmen hinausreichende Perspektive sieht die Aufnahme dieser Methodik in das didaktische Rahmenprogramm der Feuerwehrschule und somit den Transfer dieser Methode auf andere Ausbildungsmodule vor.<br>Zusätzliche Erkenntnisse werden durch die Einbindung von Citizens in Form von Betroffenen eines Feuerwehreinsatzes (beispielsweise bei einem Brand oder einer Überschwemmung) gewährt. Der Einblick in die Erlebensperspektive der Betroffenen ermöglicht einen ganzheitlichen Blick auf ausge-wählte Katastrophenszenarien und deren Bekämpfung.<br>Substanzielle Verbesserungen in der Ausbildung der Gruppenkommandanten sind durch die Integra-tion der Erfahrungsberichte von Citizens als Betroffene zu erwarten. Die Lernenden erfahren dadurch einen Perspektivenwechsel und können anhand realer Fallbeispiele verschiedene Reaktionsmuster besser reflektieren. Das in diesem Projektansatz gewählte Setting bedingt einen Kreislauf zwischen Erkenntnisgewinn durch Bürgerbeteiligung (Betroffene) und Verbesserung des End-produkts (digitale Unterrichtsmaterialien und -umgebung).</div>
    • OEAD - Österreichscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    LaufzeitNovember/2018 - November/2021
    Projektleitung
  • Thomas Klinger
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Andreas Pester
  • Christian Madritsch
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Antonina Hammermüller
  • ForschungsschwerpunktComputer Architektur
    Studiengang
  • Engineering und IT - Allgemein
  • ForschungsprogrammErasmus+: KA2 CIEGP, Capacity Building in Higher Education
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • 598236-EPP-1-2018-1-LT-EPPKA2-CBHE-SPThe purpose of this project is to improve the Digital Competence (DC) development situation in Ukraine (UA), toharmonize it with the European mainstream by adaptation of the Digital Competence Frameworks for Citizens and forEducators, creation Ukrainian National Digital Coalition (UNDC); to reform in-service training for teachers and to provide“best practices” experiences of how DC could be further developed in general and adapted to the challenges of theHigher Education sector within society at large. The motivation for this comes from the goal set by the EuropeanCommission in Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition, DigComp frameworks and the Digital Agenda for Europe (DAE).The project aims to establish an effective UNDC network amongst UA educational institutions, associations, publicauthorities, business representatives; to design and implement UA DC frameworks; to make recommendations formodifying DC studies curriculum according to the DAE and modern labour market needs; to create DC trainings forteachers and for citizens; to provide high-quality DC trainings for various social strata of society.To achieve the project goals, the following activities will be implemented:- EU DigComp frameworks analysis will be done;- Elaborating DC needs analysis report for UA will be conducted;- Concept, structure, and facilities of dComFra will be designed and implemented;- DC offices &amp; DC e-Platform and 14 learning modules for different citizens groups and educators with practical tasks willbe developed;- To improve DC for target groups the pilot trainings for 210 Teachers/140 refugees&amp;ATO-veterans will be conducted;- Different workshops, events, etc. for target groups and wide society will be organized by UA partners for betterawareness raising. UNDC will be launched for better influence;- Project outcomes and results will be delivered with various dissemination channels including professional societies,stakeholders of UNDC and project conference on DC in UA.
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    LaufzeitJänner/2016 - April/2018
    Homepage PUC - Rio external partner
    Projektleitung
  • Andreas Pester
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Danilo Garbi Zutin
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Ramona Georgiana Oros
  • Alexandra Daniela Nitoiu
  • Thomas Klinger
  • ForschungsschwerpunktBildungsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Systems Engineering
  • ForschungsprogrammErasmus+: KA2 CIEGP, Capacity Building in Higher Education
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • The project targets the broad area of Electrical Engineering, and, within it, the subject of circuit theory and practice. It aims to define, develop and evaluate a set of educational modules comprising hands-on, virtual and remote experiments, the later supported by a remote lab named Virtual Instruments System in Reality (VISIR). The nature of each experiments has an impact on the students' perception of circuits' behavior, being therefore mandatory to understand how these different learning objects can be arranged together in order to scaffold their understanding in increase their laboratory-based skills. This is concern of the underpinning teaching and learning methodology. favoring in particular the students' autonomy for discovering how circuits work, through an inquiry-based approach.VISIR+ brings together the power of the best remote lab for experiments with electrical and electronics circuits and the long history of collaboration among the consortium partners.
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    • Instituto Politecnico do Porto (Lead Partner)
    • Universidad de la Iglesia de Deusto
    • Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia
    • Blekinge Institute Technology
    • Instituto Federal de Educacao, Ciencia e Tecnologia de Santa Catarina
    • Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
    • Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio
    • Universidad nacional de Santiago del Estero
    • Universidad Nacional de Rosario
    • Associacao Brasileira de Educacao em Engenharia
    • Consejo Federal de Decanos de Ingenieria
    LaufzeitNovember/2016 - August/2019
    Homepage Projektwebsite
    Projektleitung
  • Thomas Klinger
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Andreas Pester
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Ramona Georgiana Oros
  • Antonina Hammermüller
  • ForschungsschwerpunktE-Learning
    Studiengang
  • Engineering und IT - Allgemein
  • ForschungsprogrammErasmus+: KA2 CIEGP, Strategic Partnerships
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • PILAR partnership will enhance the learning, teaching and practical training at university and high school levels, by allowing to develop many different electronic practices through a newer and richer level of digital integration. The possibility of real practices at almost real time for many different student profiles will help to develop basic and transversal skills all through the involved countries and, as a second step, all through any interested country. This new VISIR labs federation will also help to address low achievement in basic skills through more effective teaching methods, in a totally new dimension. Only with a federation of existing VISIR nodes will be possible to serve the large student population that may benefit from this technology-enhanced educational tool. This larger impact will also increase the efficiency of public expenditure and the investment in education and training, which could be identified as yet another horizontal or sectoral priority addressed by PILAR. STEM needs of improvement and practical competences that must be addressed in schools, high schools and colleges, as well as might be used in industry for the capacitance and relocation of personal might be obtained through the proposed federation of remote laboratories resources allowing a self-sustainable environment and incrementing the synergies as well as empowering the level of sharing open resources for the whole community.PILAR (Platform Integration of Laboratories based on the Architecture of VISIR) is a project that addresses the following needs:1- Need of real, extensive and intensive, online, cheap practices for building and interacting with electrical and electronics circuits in engineering subjects of university level, and also as a lifelong learning activity (industry oriented) and at a school and high school level.2- Need of reliable, highly available, remote laboratory services offered through Internet by a robust remote labs service provider, which will enhance a stronger digital integration for learning and teaching3- Need of having these practices available at any time and from anywhere, in a timely and controlled manner, helping to increase the number of graduates at the university that cannot easily access these practicesThe main objectives pursued by PILAR are:a. Based in the different implementations of VISIR in several of the partners in the project (BTH, CUAS, UDEUSTO, IPP, UNED), the first objective is building a reliable, highly available, unique international VISIR platform federation, that integrates all the different resources used by VISIR in each of the partners.b. Once established, this federation will be completely opened to other partners in Europe, through easy gateways to the federation, allowing to extend the capabilities of PILAR to much more interested educational institutions.c. Building a set of remote practices, based in this new platform, for electrical and electronics circuits, at school, grade and master level, and also as a lifelong learning activity, that will be offered as remote lab services, to students in all the partners institutions and, as a second step, to anyone interested. The results will bring added value at EU level because the activities cannot be attained in a single country.d. Those new remote lab VISIR Internet services must allow, in a transparent way, the use of the best set of remote learning services of each partner in each moment.Four different aspects can be faced using a federation of the existing VISIR nodes:1. Scalability. The VISIR system is designed to support around 50 users at the same time because the hardware is multiplexed. But if a huge amount of user is expected we need to scale the VISIR using a federation. If the circuits are replicated in different VISIR nodes, more users can access the platform and experiment through the federation. 2. Reliability and availability. Redundancy. If one node is not available for any reason, its effort can be supported by other nodes. That is: if one user is accessing the VISIR in his institution but it is down he will be automatically redirected to another available VISIR node (in other institution). This process will be transparent for the user. In this case, the federation mechanism must know what circuits are available in what VISIR nodes.3. Set of experiments. VISIR is a REAL remote lab, it is like in the classical lab. There you can construct any circuit, but it is not true because in the lab we do not have all the components, we have a set of them (some resistors, some capacitors, some…). In VISIR is the same, we can offer any circuit, but not all of them at the same time. In this situation the federation is very interesting because each VISIR node can implement a set of circuits (DC circuits, AC circuits, Operational Amplifiers circuits, etc.) but the user will not access only to the set of experiments of his institution, but also to the total set of experiments of all the VISIR nodes. 4. Tracking system. The federation must be able to know how many users are accessing each VISIR node, to balance the use of the VISIR federation. The federation software layer must have a system to assure the balance of the nodes and to control the accessing priorities of the different usersAt the end of the project a portfolio of remote VISIR services offered publically will be available, maintained by the partners.The nature of the services will guarantee that students could access the courses from their countries, i.e. it insures virtual mobility without additional financing. Also the services will be easily changeable and upgrade-able allowing the building of new and tuned electrical and electronics real remote practices.IAOE especially with its already existing Special Interest Group (SIG) VISIR will ensure the continuation of the project's results after the period of the project. The VISIR SIG, with more than 45 members, is organized for people who are interested in Online Engineering especially in opening university laboratories for remote access 24/7. VISIR SIG is a group for sharing ideas, equipment and learning material as well as discussing the further development of the VISIR Open Lab Platform. One of its main goals is standardized online workbenches located at universities around the globe constituting grid laboratories available for lab sessions for students on campus and off campus.For that (in analogy to the iLab Alliance) a VISIR Alliance will be founded. Core members of the VISIR Alliance will be some of the consortium members.
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    • Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia (Lead Partner)
    • Universidad de la Iglesia de Deusto
    • Instituto Politecnico do Porto
    • Blekinge Institute Technology
    • IAOE
    • OMNIA
    LaufzeitJänner/2015 - Jänner/2017
    Projektleitung
  • Michael Auer
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Ramona Georgiana Oros
  • Danilo Garbi Zutin
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInnovationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Systems Engineering
  • ForschungsprogrammPilotprojekt BMWFW
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • BMWFW - Bundesministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Wirtschaft
  • Im Rahmen des SparklingScience Projekts Online-Labs4All wird ein begleitendes Pilotprojekt zum Aufbau einer Open Innovation Experimentierzone für Schulen im Bereich STEM durchgeführt. Das Ziel des Pilotprojektes ist es, Empfehlungen für das BMWFW abzugeben, welche Punkte im Falle der Entwicklung eines speziellen Open Innovation Programms bzw. bei der Gestaltung von Calls beachtet werden sollte. Die Empfehlungen basieren auf zwei Bearbeitungen: (1) Auswertung nationaler und internationaler Erfahrungen auf dem Gebiet ‚Open Innovation‘ im Bildungsbereich und Kontaktaufnahme zu ausgewählten vergleichbaren Initiativen und(2) Eigene Erfahrungen aus einer im Rahmen des Pilotprojekts entwickelten Experimentierzone
    • BMWFW - Bundesministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Wirtschaft (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    LaufzeitOktober/2014 - September/2016
    Projektleitung
  • Michael Auer
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Danilo Garbi Zutin
  • Ramona Georgiana Oros
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Angelika Voutsinas
  • Amir Mujkanovic
  • Christian Kreiter
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInformationstechnik
    Studiengang
  • Systems Engineering
  • ForschungsprogrammSparkling Science - 5. Ausschreibung 2013 - SPA 05/046
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • BMWF - Bundesministerium für Wissenschaft und Forschung
  • Online Labore ermöglichen selbstgesteuertes, erkundendes Lernen und sind weltweit rund um die Uhr einsatzbereit. Die SchülerInnen müssen nicht in einem Labor persönlich anwesend sein sondern können von überall aus Laborexperimente durchführen und somit theoretische Konzepte erproben. Online Labore bieten darüber hinaus eine neuartige Umgebung für kollaboratives Arbeiten und eine Möglichkeit Erfahrungen mit anderen Institutionen auszutauschen. Das Projekt Online-Labs4All hat zum Ziel, auf der Basis der zu entwickelten neuartigen Interfaces, Laborversuche in eine globale Cloud einzubinden und deren Nutzung zu evaluieren. Sie tragen damit aktiv zur Entwicklung einer globalen Online Cloud, unter Einbeziehung ausländischer Schulen/Institutionen, bei.
    • BMWF - Bundesministerium für Wissenschaft und Forschung (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    • HTL Wolfsberg
    • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    • University of Queensland
    LaufzeitNovember/2012 - Dezember/2016
    Projektleitung
  • Michael Auer
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Angelika Voutsinas
  • Danilo Garbi Zutin
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Ramona Georgiana Oros
  • Amir Mujkanovic
  • Christian Kreiter
  • ForschungsschwerpunktBildungsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Systems Engineering
  • ForschungsprogrammFP7-ICT-2011-8/Projekt-Nr. 317601
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • European Commission
  • The Go-Lab Project is a European collaborative Project co funded by the European Commission (Seventh Framework Programme) and uniting 19 organisations from twelve countries. Go-Lab opens up online science laboratories (remote and virtual labs) for the large-scale use in education. Its technical Framework - the Go-Lab Portal - offers students the opportunity to perform personalized scientific experiments with online labs, whereas teachers may enrich their classroom activities with demonstrations and disseminate best practices in a web-based pedagogic community. Go-Lab creates an infrastructure (the Go-Lab Portal) to provide access to a set of online labs from worldwide renowned research organizations. These online labs can be used by universities, schools, instructors, students and lifelong learners to extend regular learning activities with scientific experiments that can be conducted not only by teachers as a demonstration, but also by students themselves giving them real experience of scientific work.
    • European Commission (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    • University of Twente (Lead Partner)
    • CERN - European Organisation for Nuclear Research
    • imc information multimedia
    • Fachhochschule Kärnten - gemeinnützige Privatstiftung
    • Ellinogermaniki Agogi Scholi Panagea Savva
    LaufzeitDezember/2012 - Oktober/2015
    Projektleitung
  • Andreas Pester
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Ramona Georgiana Oros
  • Angelika Voutsinas
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Christian Kreiter
  • ForschungsschwerpunktBildungsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Systems Engineering
  • ForschungsprogrammTEMPUS IV/5. Ausschreibung - Gemeinschaftsprojekt
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • <p>In Maghreb, there is today and in the coming period a very high demand for technicians and engineers due to global economic factors. In order to respond to this demand, the initial step is to increase the capacity to train students in institutions of higher education in These countries. However, many examples have shown that, for mainly economic reasons, growth in numbers of students and quality of courses offered is often incompatible. For this it is necessary to rely on a network of universities that allow through their skills to build, sustain and disseminate new training and provide efficient complements to existing training solutions. Sixteen large companies (global electronics giants including SAMSUNG, CONDOR ...) are located there. Human resources related to these technologies should evolve and considerable effort is implemented in the training of engineers and technicians to make them more efficient and competitive.</p>
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    LaufzeitNovember/2018 - November/2021
    Projektleitung
  • Thomas Klinger
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Andreas Pester
  • Christian Madritsch
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Antonina Hammermüller
  • ForschungsschwerpunktComputer Architektur
    Studiengang
  • Engineering und IT - Allgemein
  • ForschungsprogrammErasmus+: KA2 CIEGP, Capacity Building in Higher Education
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • 598236-EPP-1-2018-1-LT-EPPKA2-CBHE-SPThe purpose of this project is to improve the Digital Competence (DC) development situation in Ukraine (UA), toharmonize it with the European mainstream by adaptation of the Digital Competence Frameworks for Citizens and forEducators, creation Ukrainian National Digital Coalition (UNDC); to reform in-service training for teachers and to provide“best practices” experiences of how DC could be further developed in general and adapted to the challenges of theHigher Education sector within society at large. The motivation for this comes from the goal set by the EuropeanCommission in Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition, DigComp frameworks and the Digital Agenda for Europe (DAE).The project aims to establish an effective UNDC network amongst UA educational institutions, associations, publicauthorities, business representatives; to design and implement UA DC frameworks; to make recommendations formodifying DC studies curriculum according to the DAE and modern labour market needs; to create DC trainings forteachers and for citizens; to provide high-quality DC trainings for various social strata of society.To achieve the project goals, the following activities will be implemented:- EU DigComp frameworks analysis will be done;- Elaborating DC needs analysis report for UA will be conducted;- Concept, structure, and facilities of dComFra will be designed and implemented;- DC offices &amp; DC e-Platform and 14 learning modules for different citizens groups and educators with practical tasks willbe developed;- To improve DC for target groups the pilot trainings for 210 Teachers/140 refugees&amp;ATO-veterans will be conducted;- Different workshops, events, etc. for target groups and wide society will be organized by UA partners for betterawareness raising. UNDC will be launched for better influence;- Project outcomes and results will be delivered with various dissemination channels including professional societies,stakeholders of UNDC and project conference on DC in UA.
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    LaufzeitNovember/2018 - November/2021
    Projektleitung
  • Thomas Klinger
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Andreas Pester
  • Christian Madritsch
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Antonina Hammermüller
  • ForschungsschwerpunktComputer Architektur
    Studiengang
  • Engineering und IT - Allgemein
  • ForschungsprogrammErasmus+: KA2 CIEGP, Capacity Building in Higher Education
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • 598236-EPP-1-2018-1-LT-EPPKA2-CBHE-SPThe purpose of this project is to improve the Digital Competence (DC) development situation in Ukraine (UA), toharmonize it with the European mainstream by adaptation of the Digital Competence Frameworks for Citizens and forEducators, creation Ukrainian National Digital Coalition (UNDC); to reform in-service training for teachers and to provide“best practices” experiences of how DC could be further developed in general and adapted to the challenges of theHigher Education sector within society at large. The motivation for this comes from the goal set by the EuropeanCommission in Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition, DigComp frameworks and the Digital Agenda for Europe (DAE).The project aims to establish an effective UNDC network amongst UA educational institutions, associations, publicauthorities, business representatives; to design and implement UA DC frameworks; to make recommendations formodifying DC studies curriculum according to the DAE and modern labour market needs; to create DC trainings forteachers and for citizens; to provide high-quality DC trainings for various social strata of society.To achieve the project goals, the following activities will be implemented:- EU DigComp frameworks analysis will be done;- Elaborating DC needs analysis report for UA will be conducted;- Concept, structure, and facilities of dComFra will be designed and implemented;- DC offices &amp; DC e-Platform and 14 learning modules for different citizens groups and educators with practical tasks willbe developed;- To improve DC for target groups the pilot trainings for 210 Teachers/140 refugees&amp;ATO-veterans will be conducted;- Different workshops, events, etc. for target groups and wide society will be organized by UA partners for betterawareness raising. UNDC will be launched for better influence;- Project outcomes and results will be delivered with various dissemination channels including professional societies,stakeholders of UNDC and project conference on DC in UA.
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    LaufzeitNovember/2016 - August/2019
    Homepage Projektwebsite
    Projektleitung
  • Thomas Klinger
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Andreas Pester
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Ramona Georgiana Oros
  • Antonina Hammermüller
  • ForschungsschwerpunktE-Learning
    Studiengang
  • Engineering und IT - Allgemein
  • ForschungsprogrammErasmus+: KA2 CIEGP, Strategic Partnerships
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • PILAR partnership will enhance the learning, teaching and practical training at university and high school levels, by allowing to develop many different electronic practices through a newer and richer level of digital integration. The possibility of real practices at almost real time for many different student profiles will help to develop basic and transversal skills all through the involved countries and, as a second step, all through any interested country. This new VISIR labs federation will also help to address low achievement in basic skills through more effective teaching methods, in a totally new dimension. Only with a federation of existing VISIR nodes will be possible to serve the large student population that may benefit from this technology-enhanced educational tool. This larger impact will also increase the efficiency of public expenditure and the investment in education and training, which could be identified as yet another horizontal or sectoral priority addressed by PILAR. STEM needs of improvement and practical competences that must be addressed in schools, high schools and colleges, as well as might be used in industry for the capacitance and relocation of personal might be obtained through the proposed federation of remote laboratories resources allowing a self-sustainable environment and incrementing the synergies as well as empowering the level of sharing open resources for the whole community.PILAR (Platform Integration of Laboratories based on the Architecture of VISIR) is a project that addresses the following needs:1- Need of real, extensive and intensive, online, cheap practices for building and interacting with electrical and electronics circuits in engineering subjects of university level, and also as a lifelong learning activity (industry oriented) and at a school and high school level.2- Need of reliable, highly available, remote laboratory services offered through Internet by a robust remote labs service provider, which will enhance a stronger digital integration for learning and teaching3- Need of having these practices available at any time and from anywhere, in a timely and controlled manner, helping to increase the number of graduates at the university that cannot easily access these practicesThe main objectives pursued by PILAR are:a. Based in the different implementations of VISIR in several of the partners in the project (BTH, CUAS, UDEUSTO, IPP, UNED), the first objective is building a reliable, highly available, unique international VISIR platform federation, that integrates all the different resources used by VISIR in each of the partners.b. Once established, this federation will be completely opened to other partners in Europe, through easy gateways to the federation, allowing to extend the capabilities of PILAR to much more interested educational institutions.c. Building a set of remote practices, based in this new platform, for electrical and electronics circuits, at school, grade and master level, and also as a lifelong learning activity, that will be offered as remote lab services, to students in all the partners institutions and, as a second step, to anyone interested. The results will bring added value at EU level because the activities cannot be attained in a single country.d. Those new remote lab VISIR Internet services must allow, in a transparent way, the use of the best set of remote learning services of each partner in each moment.Four different aspects can be faced using a federation of the existing VISIR nodes:1. Scalability. The VISIR system is designed to support around 50 users at the same time because the hardware is multiplexed. But if a huge amount of user is expected we need to scale the VISIR using a federation. If the circuits are replicated in different VISIR nodes, more users can access the platform and experiment through the federation. 2. Reliability and availability. Redundancy. If one node is not available for any reason, its effort can be supported by other nodes. That is: if one user is accessing the VISIR in his institution but it is down he will be automatically redirected to another available VISIR node (in other institution). This process will be transparent for the user. In this case, the federation mechanism must know what circuits are available in what VISIR nodes.3. Set of experiments. VISIR is a REAL remote lab, it is like in the classical lab. There you can construct any circuit, but it is not true because in the lab we do not have all the components, we have a set of them (some resistors, some capacitors, some…). In VISIR is the same, we can offer any circuit, but not all of them at the same time. In this situation the federation is very interesting because each VISIR node can implement a set of circuits (DC circuits, AC circuits, Operational Amplifiers circuits, etc.) but the user will not access only to the set of experiments of his institution, but also to the total set of experiments of all the VISIR nodes. 4. Tracking system. The federation must be able to know how many users are accessing each VISIR node, to balance the use of the VISIR federation. The federation software layer must have a system to assure the balance of the nodes and to control the accessing priorities of the different usersAt the end of the project a portfolio of remote VISIR services offered publically will be available, maintained by the partners.The nature of the services will guarantee that students could access the courses from their countries, i.e. it insures virtual mobility without additional financing. Also the services will be easily changeable and upgrade-able allowing the building of new and tuned electrical and electronics real remote practices.IAOE especially with its already existing Special Interest Group (SIG) VISIR will ensure the continuation of the project's results after the period of the project. The VISIR SIG, with more than 45 members, is organized for people who are interested in Online Engineering especially in opening university laboratories for remote access 24/7. VISIR SIG is a group for sharing ideas, equipment and learning material as well as discussing the further development of the VISIR Open Lab Platform. One of its main goals is standardized online workbenches located at universities around the globe constituting grid laboratories available for lab sessions for students on campus and off campus.For that (in analogy to the iLab Alliance) a VISIR Alliance will be founded. Core members of the VISIR Alliance will be some of the consortium members.
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    • Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia (Lead Partner)
    • Universidad de la Iglesia de Deusto
    • Instituto Politecnico do Porto
    • Blekinge Institute Technology
    • IAOE
    • OMNIA
    LaufzeitNovember/2018 - November/2021
    Projektleitung
  • Thomas Klinger
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Andreas Pester
  • Christian Madritsch
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Antonina Hammermüller
  • ForschungsschwerpunktComputer Architektur
    Studiengang
  • Engineering und IT - Allgemein
  • ForschungsprogrammErasmus+: KA2 CIEGP, Capacity Building in Higher Education
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • 598236-EPP-1-2018-1-LT-EPPKA2-CBHE-SPThe purpose of this project is to improve the Digital Competence (DC) development situation in Ukraine (UA), toharmonize it with the European mainstream by adaptation of the Digital Competence Frameworks for Citizens and forEducators, creation Ukrainian National Digital Coalition (UNDC); to reform in-service training for teachers and to provide“best practices” experiences of how DC could be further developed in general and adapted to the challenges of theHigher Education sector within society at large. The motivation for this comes from the goal set by the EuropeanCommission in Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition, DigComp frameworks and the Digital Agenda for Europe (DAE).The project aims to establish an effective UNDC network amongst UA educational institutions, associations, publicauthorities, business representatives; to design and implement UA DC frameworks; to make recommendations formodifying DC studies curriculum according to the DAE and modern labour market needs; to create DC trainings forteachers and for citizens; to provide high-quality DC trainings for various social strata of society.To achieve the project goals, the following activities will be implemented:- EU DigComp frameworks analysis will be done;- Elaborating DC needs analysis report for UA will be conducted;- Concept, structure, and facilities of dComFra will be designed and implemented;- DC offices &amp; DC e-Platform and 14 learning modules for different citizens groups and educators with practical tasks willbe developed;- To improve DC for target groups the pilot trainings for 210 Teachers/140 refugees&amp;ATO-veterans will be conducted;- Different workshops, events, etc. for target groups and wide society will be organized by UA partners for betterawareness raising. UNDC will be launched for better influence;- Project outcomes and results will be delivered with various dissemination channels including professional societies,stakeholders of UNDC and project conference on DC in UA.
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    LaufzeitFebruar/2019 - Dezember/2019
    Projektleitung
  • Thomas Klinger
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Marvin Hoffland
  • Vera Ratheiser
  • Ewald Harder
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Doris Elisabeth Neureiter
  • Antonina Hammermüller
  • ForschungsschwerpunktE-Learning
    Studiengang
  • Engineering und IT - Allgemein
  • ForschungsprogrammErstellung digitaler Lehr- und Lernmittel mit Citizen Science Methoden
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • OEAD - Österreichscher Akademischer Austauschdienst
  • <div>Im Zuge dieses Projekts soll am Beispiel des Gruppenkommandantenlehrgangs der österreichischen Feuerwehren eine interaktive Lehr- und Lernumgebung auf- und eingesetzt werden, die die Inhalte des Lehrgangs mittels Videos und interaktiven Inhalten aufbereitet. Als Plattform ist ein zu errichten-der Moodle-Server vorgesehen; die Fachhochschule Kärnten wird neben der Unterstützung bei der Erstellung der digitalen Inhalte auch Know-how zur Wartung der Plattform transferieren.<br>Das in diesem Projektumfang zu erwartende Endprodukt ist die Etablierung einer inverted-classroom-Methodik und -Umgebung für den Gruppenkommandantenlehrgang der Feuerwehr. Die über den Projektrahmen hinausreichende Perspektive sieht die Aufnahme dieser Methodik in das didaktische Rahmenprogramm der Feuerwehrschule und somit den Transfer dieser Methode auf andere Ausbildungsmodule vor.<br>Zusätzliche Erkenntnisse werden durch die Einbindung von Citizens in Form von Betroffenen eines Feuerwehreinsatzes (beispielsweise bei einem Brand oder einer Überschwemmung) gewährt. Der Einblick in die Erlebensperspektive der Betroffenen ermöglicht einen ganzheitlichen Blick auf ausge-wählte Katastrophenszenarien und deren Bekämpfung.<br>Substanzielle Verbesserungen in der Ausbildung der Gruppenkommandanten sind durch die Integra-tion der Erfahrungsberichte von Citizens als Betroffene zu erwarten. Die Lernenden erfahren dadurch einen Perspektivenwechsel und können anhand realer Fallbeispiele verschiedene Reaktionsmuster besser reflektieren. Das in diesem Projektansatz gewählte Setting bedingt einen Kreislauf zwischen Erkenntnisgewinn durch Bürgerbeteiligung (Betroffene) und Verbesserung des End-produkts (digitale Unterrichtsmaterialien und -umgebung).</div>
    • OEAD - Österreichscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    LaufzeitNovember/2016 - August/2019
    Homepage Projektwebsite
    Projektleitung
  • Thomas Klinger
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Andreas Pester
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Ramona Georgiana Oros
  • Antonina Hammermüller
  • ForschungsschwerpunktE-Learning
    Studiengang
  • Engineering und IT - Allgemein
  • ForschungsprogrammErasmus+: KA2 CIEGP, Strategic Partnerships
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • PILAR partnership will enhance the learning, teaching and practical training at university and high school levels, by allowing to develop many different electronic practices through a newer and richer level of digital integration. The possibility of real practices at almost real time for many different student profiles will help to develop basic and transversal skills all through the involved countries and, as a second step, all through any interested country. This new VISIR labs federation will also help to address low achievement in basic skills through more effective teaching methods, in a totally new dimension. Only with a federation of existing VISIR nodes will be possible to serve the large student population that may benefit from this technology-enhanced educational tool. This larger impact will also increase the efficiency of public expenditure and the investment in education and training, which could be identified as yet another horizontal or sectoral priority addressed by PILAR. STEM needs of improvement and practical competences that must be addressed in schools, high schools and colleges, as well as might be used in industry for the capacitance and relocation of personal might be obtained through the proposed federation of remote laboratories resources allowing a self-sustainable environment and incrementing the synergies as well as empowering the level of sharing open resources for the whole community.PILAR (Platform Integration of Laboratories based on the Architecture of VISIR) is a project that addresses the following needs:1- Need of real, extensive and intensive, online, cheap practices for building and interacting with electrical and electronics circuits in engineering subjects of university level, and also as a lifelong learning activity (industry oriented) and at a school and high school level.2- Need of reliable, highly available, remote laboratory services offered through Internet by a robust remote labs service provider, which will enhance a stronger digital integration for learning and teaching3- Need of having these practices available at any time and from anywhere, in a timely and controlled manner, helping to increase the number of graduates at the university that cannot easily access these practicesThe main objectives pursued by PILAR are:a. Based in the different implementations of VISIR in several of the partners in the project (BTH, CUAS, UDEUSTO, IPP, UNED), the first objective is building a reliable, highly available, unique international VISIR platform federation, that integrates all the different resources used by VISIR in each of the partners.b. Once established, this federation will be completely opened to other partners in Europe, through easy gateways to the federation, allowing to extend the capabilities of PILAR to much more interested educational institutions.c. Building a set of remote practices, based in this new platform, for electrical and electronics circuits, at school, grade and master level, and also as a lifelong learning activity, that will be offered as remote lab services, to students in all the partners institutions and, as a second step, to anyone interested. The results will bring added value at EU level because the activities cannot be attained in a single country.d. Those new remote lab VISIR Internet services must allow, in a transparent way, the use of the best set of remote learning services of each partner in each moment.Four different aspects can be faced using a federation of the existing VISIR nodes:1. Scalability. The VISIR system is designed to support around 50 users at the same time because the hardware is multiplexed. But if a huge amount of user is expected we need to scale the VISIR using a federation. If the circuits are replicated in different VISIR nodes, more users can access the platform and experiment through the federation. 2. Reliability and availability. Redundancy. If one node is not available for any reason, its effort can be supported by other nodes. That is: if one user is accessing the VISIR in his institution but it is down he will be automatically redirected to another available VISIR node (in other institution). This process will be transparent for the user. In this case, the federation mechanism must know what circuits are available in what VISIR nodes.3. Set of experiments. VISIR is a REAL remote lab, it is like in the classical lab. There you can construct any circuit, but it is not true because in the lab we do not have all the components, we have a set of them (some resistors, some capacitors, some…). In VISIR is the same, we can offer any circuit, but not all of them at the same time. In this situation the federation is very interesting because each VISIR node can implement a set of circuits (DC circuits, AC circuits, Operational Amplifiers circuits, etc.) but the user will not access only to the set of experiments of his institution, but also to the total set of experiments of all the VISIR nodes. 4. Tracking system. The federation must be able to know how many users are accessing each VISIR node, to balance the use of the VISIR federation. The federation software layer must have a system to assure the balance of the nodes and to control the accessing priorities of the different usersAt the end of the project a portfolio of remote VISIR services offered publically will be available, maintained by the partners.The nature of the services will guarantee that students could access the courses from their countries, i.e. it insures virtual mobility without additional financing. Also the services will be easily changeable and upgrade-able allowing the building of new and tuned electrical and electronics real remote practices.IAOE especially with its already existing Special Interest Group (SIG) VISIR will ensure the continuation of the project's results after the period of the project. The VISIR SIG, with more than 45 members, is organized for people who are interested in Online Engineering especially in opening university laboratories for remote access 24/7. VISIR SIG is a group for sharing ideas, equipment and learning material as well as discussing the further development of the VISIR Open Lab Platform. One of its main goals is standardized online workbenches located at universities around the globe constituting grid laboratories available for lab sessions for students on campus and off campus.For that (in analogy to the iLab Alliance) a VISIR Alliance will be founded. Core members of the VISIR Alliance will be some of the consortium members.
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    • Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia (Lead Partner)
    • Universidad de la Iglesia de Deusto
    • Instituto Politecnico do Porto
    • Blekinge Institute Technology
    • IAOE
    • OMNIA
    LaufzeitJänner/2016 - April/2018
    Homepage PUC - Rio external partner
    Projektleitung
  • Andreas Pester
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Danilo Garbi Zutin
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Ramona Georgiana Oros
  • Alexandra Daniela Nitoiu
  • Thomas Klinger
  • ForschungsschwerpunktBildungsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Systems Engineering
  • ForschungsprogrammErasmus+: KA2 CIEGP, Capacity Building in Higher Education
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • The project targets the broad area of Electrical Engineering, and, within it, the subject of circuit theory and practice. It aims to define, develop and evaluate a set of educational modules comprising hands-on, virtual and remote experiments, the later supported by a remote lab named Virtual Instruments System in Reality (VISIR). The nature of each experiments has an impact on the students' perception of circuits' behavior, being therefore mandatory to understand how these different learning objects can be arranged together in order to scaffold their understanding in increase their laboratory-based skills. This is concern of the underpinning teaching and learning methodology. favoring in particular the students' autonomy for discovering how circuits work, through an inquiry-based approach.VISIR+ brings together the power of the best remote lab for experiments with electrical and electronics circuits and the long history of collaboration among the consortium partners.
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    • Instituto Politecnico do Porto (Lead Partner)
    • Universidad de la Iglesia de Deusto
    • Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia
    • Blekinge Institute Technology
    • Instituto Federal de Educacao, Ciencia e Tecnologia de Santa Catarina
    • Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
    • Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio
    • Universidad nacional de Santiago del Estero
    • Universidad Nacional de Rosario
    • Associacao Brasileira de Educacao em Engenharia
    • Consejo Federal de Decanos de Ingenieria
    LaufzeitNovember/2018 - November/2021
    Projektleitung
  • Thomas Klinger
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Andreas Pester
  • Christian Madritsch
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Antonina Hammermüller
  • ForschungsschwerpunktComputer Architektur
    Studiengang
  • Engineering und IT - Allgemein
  • ForschungsprogrammErasmus+: KA2 CIEGP, Capacity Building in Higher Education
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • 598236-EPP-1-2018-1-LT-EPPKA2-CBHE-SPThe purpose of this project is to improve the Digital Competence (DC) development situation in Ukraine (UA), toharmonize it with the European mainstream by adaptation of the Digital Competence Frameworks for Citizens and forEducators, creation Ukrainian National Digital Coalition (UNDC); to reform in-service training for teachers and to provide“best practices” experiences of how DC could be further developed in general and adapted to the challenges of theHigher Education sector within society at large. The motivation for this comes from the goal set by the EuropeanCommission in Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition, DigComp frameworks and the Digital Agenda for Europe (DAE).The project aims to establish an effective UNDC network amongst UA educational institutions, associations, publicauthorities, business representatives; to design and implement UA DC frameworks; to make recommendations formodifying DC studies curriculum according to the DAE and modern labour market needs; to create DC trainings forteachers and for citizens; to provide high-quality DC trainings for various social strata of society.To achieve the project goals, the following activities will be implemented:- EU DigComp frameworks analysis will be done;- Elaborating DC needs analysis report for UA will be conducted;- Concept, structure, and facilities of dComFra will be designed and implemented;- DC offices &amp; DC e-Platform and 14 learning modules for different citizens groups and educators with practical tasks willbe developed;- To improve DC for target groups the pilot trainings for 210 Teachers/140 refugees&amp;ATO-veterans will be conducted;- Different workshops, events, etc. for target groups and wide society will be organized by UA partners for betterawareness raising. UNDC will be launched for better influence;- Project outcomes and results will be delivered with various dissemination channels including professional societies,stakeholders of UNDC and project conference on DC in UA.
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    LaufzeitJänner/2015 - Jänner/2017
    Projektleitung
  • Michael Auer
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Ramona Georgiana Oros
  • Danilo Garbi Zutin
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInnovationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Systems Engineering
  • ForschungsprogrammPilotprojekt BMWFW
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • BMWFW - Bundesministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Wirtschaft
  • Im Rahmen des SparklingScience Projekts Online-Labs4All wird ein begleitendes Pilotprojekt zum Aufbau einer Open Innovation Experimentierzone für Schulen im Bereich STEM durchgeführt. Das Ziel des Pilotprojektes ist es, Empfehlungen für das BMWFW abzugeben, welche Punkte im Falle der Entwicklung eines speziellen Open Innovation Programms bzw. bei der Gestaltung von Calls beachtet werden sollte. Die Empfehlungen basieren auf zwei Bearbeitungen: (1) Auswertung nationaler und internationaler Erfahrungen auf dem Gebiet ‚Open Innovation‘ im Bildungsbereich und Kontaktaufnahme zu ausgewählten vergleichbaren Initiativen und(2) Eigene Erfahrungen aus einer im Rahmen des Pilotprojekts entwickelten Experimentierzone
    • BMWFW - Bundesministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Wirtschaft (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    LaufzeitNovember/2016 - August/2019
    Homepage Projektwebsite
    Projektleitung
  • Thomas Klinger
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Andreas Pester
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Ramona Georgiana Oros
  • Antonina Hammermüller
  • ForschungsschwerpunktE-Learning
    Studiengang
  • Engineering und IT - Allgemein
  • ForschungsprogrammErasmus+: KA2 CIEGP, Strategic Partnerships
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • PILAR partnership will enhance the learning, teaching and practical training at university and high school levels, by allowing to develop many different electronic practices through a newer and richer level of digital integration. The possibility of real practices at almost real time for many different student profiles will help to develop basic and transversal skills all through the involved countries and, as a second step, all through any interested country. This new VISIR labs federation will also help to address low achievement in basic skills through more effective teaching methods, in a totally new dimension. Only with a federation of existing VISIR nodes will be possible to serve the large student population that may benefit from this technology-enhanced educational tool. This larger impact will also increase the efficiency of public expenditure and the investment in education and training, which could be identified as yet another horizontal or sectoral priority addressed by PILAR. STEM needs of improvement and practical competences that must be addressed in schools, high schools and colleges, as well as might be used in industry for the capacitance and relocation of personal might be obtained through the proposed federation of remote laboratories resources allowing a self-sustainable environment and incrementing the synergies as well as empowering the level of sharing open resources for the whole community.PILAR (Platform Integration of Laboratories based on the Architecture of VISIR) is a project that addresses the following needs:1- Need of real, extensive and intensive, online, cheap practices for building and interacting with electrical and electronics circuits in engineering subjects of university level, and also as a lifelong learning activity (industry oriented) and at a school and high school level.2- Need of reliable, highly available, remote laboratory services offered through Internet by a robust remote labs service provider, which will enhance a stronger digital integration for learning and teaching3- Need of having these practices available at any time and from anywhere, in a timely and controlled manner, helping to increase the number of graduates at the university that cannot easily access these practicesThe main objectives pursued by PILAR are:a. Based in the different implementations of VISIR in several of the partners in the project (BTH, CUAS, UDEUSTO, IPP, UNED), the first objective is building a reliable, highly available, unique international VISIR platform federation, that integrates all the different resources used by VISIR in each of the partners.b. Once established, this federation will be completely opened to other partners in Europe, through easy gateways to the federation, allowing to extend the capabilities of PILAR to much more interested educational institutions.c. Building a set of remote practices, based in this new platform, for electrical and electronics circuits, at school, grade and master level, and also as a lifelong learning activity, that will be offered as remote lab services, to students in all the partners institutions and, as a second step, to anyone interested. The results will bring added value at EU level because the activities cannot be attained in a single country.d. Those new remote lab VISIR Internet services must allow, in a transparent way, the use of the best set of remote learning services of each partner in each moment.Four different aspects can be faced using a federation of the existing VISIR nodes:1. Scalability. The VISIR system is designed to support around 50 users at the same time because the hardware is multiplexed. But if a huge amount of user is expected we need to scale the VISIR using a federation. If the circuits are replicated in different VISIR nodes, more users can access the platform and experiment through the federation. 2. Reliability and availability. Redundancy. If one node is not available for any reason, its effort can be supported by other nodes. That is: if one user is accessing the VISIR in his institution but it is down he will be automatically redirected to another available VISIR node (in other institution). This process will be transparent for the user. In this case, the federation mechanism must know what circuits are available in what VISIR nodes.3. Set of experiments. VISIR is a REAL remote lab, it is like in the classical lab. There you can construct any circuit, but it is not true because in the lab we do not have all the components, we have a set of them (some resistors, some capacitors, some…). In VISIR is the same, we can offer any circuit, but not all of them at the same time. In this situation the federation is very interesting because each VISIR node can implement a set of circuits (DC circuits, AC circuits, Operational Amplifiers circuits, etc.) but the user will not access only to the set of experiments of his institution, but also to the total set of experiments of all the VISIR nodes. 4. Tracking system. The federation must be able to know how many users are accessing each VISIR node, to balance the use of the VISIR federation. The federation software layer must have a system to assure the balance of the nodes and to control the accessing priorities of the different usersAt the end of the project a portfolio of remote VISIR services offered publically will be available, maintained by the partners.The nature of the services will guarantee that students could access the courses from their countries, i.e. it insures virtual mobility without additional financing. Also the services will be easily changeable and upgrade-able allowing the building of new and tuned electrical and electronics real remote practices.IAOE especially with its already existing Special Interest Group (SIG) VISIR will ensure the continuation of the project's results after the period of the project. The VISIR SIG, with more than 45 members, is organized for people who are interested in Online Engineering especially in opening university laboratories for remote access 24/7. VISIR SIG is a group for sharing ideas, equipment and learning material as well as discussing the further development of the VISIR Open Lab Platform. One of its main goals is standardized online workbenches located at universities around the globe constituting grid laboratories available for lab sessions for students on campus and off campus.For that (in analogy to the iLab Alliance) a VISIR Alliance will be founded. Core members of the VISIR Alliance will be some of the consortium members.
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    • Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia (Lead Partner)
    • Universidad de la Iglesia de Deusto
    • Instituto Politecnico do Porto
    • Blekinge Institute Technology
    • IAOE
    • OMNIA
    LaufzeitJänner/2016 - April/2018
    Homepage PUC - Rio external partner
    Projektleitung
  • Andreas Pester
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Danilo Garbi Zutin
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Ramona Georgiana Oros
  • Alexandra Daniela Nitoiu
  • Thomas Klinger
  • ForschungsschwerpunktBildungsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Systems Engineering
  • ForschungsprogrammErasmus+: KA2 CIEGP, Capacity Building in Higher Education
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • The project targets the broad area of Electrical Engineering, and, within it, the subject of circuit theory and practice. It aims to define, develop and evaluate a set of educational modules comprising hands-on, virtual and remote experiments, the later supported by a remote lab named Virtual Instruments System in Reality (VISIR). The nature of each experiments has an impact on the students' perception of circuits' behavior, being therefore mandatory to understand how these different learning objects can be arranged together in order to scaffold their understanding in increase their laboratory-based skills. This is concern of the underpinning teaching and learning methodology. favoring in particular the students' autonomy for discovering how circuits work, through an inquiry-based approach.VISIR+ brings together the power of the best remote lab for experiments with electrical and electronics circuits and the long history of collaboration among the consortium partners.
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    • Instituto Politecnico do Porto (Lead Partner)
    • Universidad de la Iglesia de Deusto
    • Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia
    • Blekinge Institute Technology
    • Instituto Federal de Educacao, Ciencia e Tecnologia de Santa Catarina
    • Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
    • Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio
    • Universidad nacional de Santiago del Estero
    • Universidad Nacional de Rosario
    • Associacao Brasileira de Educacao em Engenharia
    • Consejo Federal de Decanos de Ingenieria
    LaufzeitNovember/2012 - Dezember/2016
    Projektleitung
  • Michael Auer
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Angelika Voutsinas
  • Danilo Garbi Zutin
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Ramona Georgiana Oros
  • Amir Mujkanovic
  • Christian Kreiter
  • ForschungsschwerpunktBildungsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Systems Engineering
  • ForschungsprogrammFP7-ICT-2011-8/Projekt-Nr. 317601
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • European Commission
  • The Go-Lab Project is a European collaborative Project co funded by the European Commission (Seventh Framework Programme) and uniting 19 organisations from twelve countries. Go-Lab opens up online science laboratories (remote and virtual labs) for the large-scale use in education. Its technical Framework - the Go-Lab Portal - offers students the opportunity to perform personalized scientific experiments with online labs, whereas teachers may enrich their classroom activities with demonstrations and disseminate best practices in a web-based pedagogic community. Go-Lab creates an infrastructure (the Go-Lab Portal) to provide access to a set of online labs from worldwide renowned research organizations. These online labs can be used by universities, schools, instructors, students and lifelong learners to extend regular learning activities with scientific experiments that can be conducted not only by teachers as a demonstration, but also by students themselves giving them real experience of scientific work.
    • European Commission (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    • University of Twente (Lead Partner)
    • CERN - European Organisation for Nuclear Research
    • imc information multimedia
    • Fachhochschule Kärnten - gemeinnützige Privatstiftung
    • Ellinogermaniki Agogi Scholi Panagea Savva
    LaufzeitOktober/2014 - September/2016
    Projektleitung
  • Michael Auer
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Danilo Garbi Zutin
  • Ramona Georgiana Oros
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Angelika Voutsinas
  • Amir Mujkanovic
  • Christian Kreiter
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInformationstechnik
    Studiengang
  • Systems Engineering
  • ForschungsprogrammSparkling Science - 5. Ausschreibung 2013 - SPA 05/046
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • BMWF - Bundesministerium für Wissenschaft und Forschung
  • Online Labore ermöglichen selbstgesteuertes, erkundendes Lernen und sind weltweit rund um die Uhr einsatzbereit. Die SchülerInnen müssen nicht in einem Labor persönlich anwesend sein sondern können von überall aus Laborexperimente durchführen und somit theoretische Konzepte erproben. Online Labore bieten darüber hinaus eine neuartige Umgebung für kollaboratives Arbeiten und eine Möglichkeit Erfahrungen mit anderen Institutionen auszutauschen. Das Projekt Online-Labs4All hat zum Ziel, auf der Basis der zu entwickelten neuartigen Interfaces, Laborversuche in eine globale Cloud einzubinden und deren Nutzung zu evaluieren. Sie tragen damit aktiv zur Entwicklung einer globalen Online Cloud, unter Einbeziehung ausländischer Schulen/Institutionen, bei.
    • BMWF - Bundesministerium für Wissenschaft und Forschung (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    • HTL Wolfsberg
    • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    • University of Queensland
    LaufzeitJänner/2015 - Jänner/2017
    Projektleitung
  • Michael Auer
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Ramona Georgiana Oros
  • Danilo Garbi Zutin
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInnovationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Systems Engineering
  • ForschungsprogrammPilotprojekt BMWFW
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • BMWFW - Bundesministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Wirtschaft
  • Im Rahmen des SparklingScience Projekts Online-Labs4All wird ein begleitendes Pilotprojekt zum Aufbau einer Open Innovation Experimentierzone für Schulen im Bereich STEM durchgeführt. Das Ziel des Pilotprojektes ist es, Empfehlungen für das BMWFW abzugeben, welche Punkte im Falle der Entwicklung eines speziellen Open Innovation Programms bzw. bei der Gestaltung von Calls beachtet werden sollte. Die Empfehlungen basieren auf zwei Bearbeitungen: (1) Auswertung nationaler und internationaler Erfahrungen auf dem Gebiet ‚Open Innovation‘ im Bildungsbereich und Kontaktaufnahme zu ausgewählten vergleichbaren Initiativen und(2) Eigene Erfahrungen aus einer im Rahmen des Pilotprojekts entwickelten Experimentierzone
    • BMWFW - Bundesministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Wirtschaft (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    LaufzeitNovember/2016 - August/2019
    Homepage Projektwebsite
    Projektleitung
  • Thomas Klinger
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Andreas Pester
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Ramona Georgiana Oros
  • Antonina Hammermüller
  • ForschungsschwerpunktE-Learning
    Studiengang
  • Engineering und IT - Allgemein
  • ForschungsprogrammErasmus+: KA2 CIEGP, Strategic Partnerships
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • PILAR partnership will enhance the learning, teaching and practical training at university and high school levels, by allowing to develop many different electronic practices through a newer and richer level of digital integration. The possibility of real practices at almost real time for many different student profiles will help to develop basic and transversal skills all through the involved countries and, as a second step, all through any interested country. This new VISIR labs federation will also help to address low achievement in basic skills through more effective teaching methods, in a totally new dimension. Only with a federation of existing VISIR nodes will be possible to serve the large student population that may benefit from this technology-enhanced educational tool. This larger impact will also increase the efficiency of public expenditure and the investment in education and training, which could be identified as yet another horizontal or sectoral priority addressed by PILAR. STEM needs of improvement and practical competences that must be addressed in schools, high schools and colleges, as well as might be used in industry for the capacitance and relocation of personal might be obtained through the proposed federation of remote laboratories resources allowing a self-sustainable environment and incrementing the synergies as well as empowering the level of sharing open resources for the whole community.PILAR (Platform Integration of Laboratories based on the Architecture of VISIR) is a project that addresses the following needs:1- Need of real, extensive and intensive, online, cheap practices for building and interacting with electrical and electronics circuits in engineering subjects of university level, and also as a lifelong learning activity (industry oriented) and at a school and high school level.2- Need of reliable, highly available, remote laboratory services offered through Internet by a robust remote labs service provider, which will enhance a stronger digital integration for learning and teaching3- Need of having these practices available at any time and from anywhere, in a timely and controlled manner, helping to increase the number of graduates at the university that cannot easily access these practicesThe main objectives pursued by PILAR are:a. Based in the different implementations of VISIR in several of the partners in the project (BTH, CUAS, UDEUSTO, IPP, UNED), the first objective is building a reliable, highly available, unique international VISIR platform federation, that integrates all the different resources used by VISIR in each of the partners.b. Once established, this federation will be completely opened to other partners in Europe, through easy gateways to the federation, allowing to extend the capabilities of PILAR to much more interested educational institutions.c. Building a set of remote practices, based in this new platform, for electrical and electronics circuits, at school, grade and master level, and also as a lifelong learning activity, that will be offered as remote lab services, to students in all the partners institutions and, as a second step, to anyone interested. The results will bring added value at EU level because the activities cannot be attained in a single country.d. Those new remote lab VISIR Internet services must allow, in a transparent way, the use of the best set of remote learning services of each partner in each moment.Four different aspects can be faced using a federation of the existing VISIR nodes:1. Scalability. The VISIR system is designed to support around 50 users at the same time because the hardware is multiplexed. But if a huge amount of user is expected we need to scale the VISIR using a federation. If the circuits are replicated in different VISIR nodes, more users can access the platform and experiment through the federation. 2. Reliability and availability. Redundancy. If one node is not available for any reason, its effort can be supported by other nodes. That is: if one user is accessing the VISIR in his institution but it is down he will be automatically redirected to another available VISIR node (in other institution). This process will be transparent for the user. In this case, the federation mechanism must know what circuits are available in what VISIR nodes.3. Set of experiments. VISIR is a REAL remote lab, it is like in the classical lab. There you can construct any circuit, but it is not true because in the lab we do not have all the components, we have a set of them (some resistors, some capacitors, some…). In VISIR is the same, we can offer any circuit, but not all of them at the same time. In this situation the federation is very interesting because each VISIR node can implement a set of circuits (DC circuits, AC circuits, Operational Amplifiers circuits, etc.) but the user will not access only to the set of experiments of his institution, but also to the total set of experiments of all the VISIR nodes. 4. Tracking system. The federation must be able to know how many users are accessing each VISIR node, to balance the use of the VISIR federation. The federation software layer must have a system to assure the balance of the nodes and to control the accessing priorities of the different usersAt the end of the project a portfolio of remote VISIR services offered publically will be available, maintained by the partners.The nature of the services will guarantee that students could access the courses from their countries, i.e. it insures virtual mobility without additional financing. Also the services will be easily changeable and upgrade-able allowing the building of new and tuned electrical and electronics real remote practices.IAOE especially with its already existing Special Interest Group (SIG) VISIR will ensure the continuation of the project's results after the period of the project. The VISIR SIG, with more than 45 members, is organized for people who are interested in Online Engineering especially in opening university laboratories for remote access 24/7. VISIR SIG is a group for sharing ideas, equipment and learning material as well as discussing the further development of the VISIR Open Lab Platform. One of its main goals is standardized online workbenches located at universities around the globe constituting grid laboratories available for lab sessions for students on campus and off campus.For that (in analogy to the iLab Alliance) a VISIR Alliance will be founded. Core members of the VISIR Alliance will be some of the consortium members.
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    • Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia (Lead Partner)
    • Universidad de la Iglesia de Deusto
    • Instituto Politecnico do Porto
    • Blekinge Institute Technology
    • IAOE
    • OMNIA
    LaufzeitJänner/2016 - April/2018
    Homepage PUC - Rio external partner
    Projektleitung
  • Andreas Pester
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Danilo Garbi Zutin
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Ramona Georgiana Oros
  • Alexandra Daniela Nitoiu
  • Thomas Klinger
  • ForschungsschwerpunktBildungsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Systems Engineering
  • ForschungsprogrammErasmus+: KA2 CIEGP, Capacity Building in Higher Education
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • The project targets the broad area of Electrical Engineering, and, within it, the subject of circuit theory and practice. It aims to define, develop and evaluate a set of educational modules comprising hands-on, virtual and remote experiments, the later supported by a remote lab named Virtual Instruments System in Reality (VISIR). The nature of each experiments has an impact on the students' perception of circuits' behavior, being therefore mandatory to understand how these different learning objects can be arranged together in order to scaffold their understanding in increase their laboratory-based skills. This is concern of the underpinning teaching and learning methodology. favoring in particular the students' autonomy for discovering how circuits work, through an inquiry-based approach.VISIR+ brings together the power of the best remote lab for experiments with electrical and electronics circuits and the long history of collaboration among the consortium partners.
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    • Instituto Politecnico do Porto (Lead Partner)
    • Universidad de la Iglesia de Deusto
    • Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia
    • Blekinge Institute Technology
    • Instituto Federal de Educacao, Ciencia e Tecnologia de Santa Catarina
    • Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
    • Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio
    • Universidad nacional de Santiago del Estero
    • Universidad Nacional de Rosario
    • Associacao Brasileira de Educacao em Engenharia
    • Consejo Federal de Decanos de Ingenieria
    LaufzeitDezember/2012 - Oktober/2015
    Projektleitung
  • Andreas Pester
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Ramona Georgiana Oros
  • Angelika Voutsinas
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Christian Kreiter
  • ForschungsschwerpunktBildungsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Systems Engineering
  • ForschungsprogrammTEMPUS IV/5. Ausschreibung - Gemeinschaftsprojekt
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • <p>In Maghreb, there is today and in the coming period a very high demand for technicians and engineers due to global economic factors. In order to respond to this demand, the initial step is to increase the capacity to train students in institutions of higher education in These countries. However, many examples have shown that, for mainly economic reasons, growth in numbers of students and quality of courses offered is often incompatible. For this it is necessary to rely on a network of universities that allow through their skills to build, sustain and disseminate new training and provide efficient complements to existing training solutions. Sixteen large companies (global electronics giants including SAMSUNG, CONDOR ...) are located there. Human resources related to these technologies should evolve and considerable effort is implemented in the training of engineers and technicians to make them more efficient and competitive.</p>
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Konferenzbeiträge
    TitelAutorJahr
    An HTML client for the Blackbody Radiation Lab in: 2015 12th International Conference on Remote Engineering and Virtual Instrumentation (REV), 25-27 Feb 2015, Bangkok, S. 230-234, IEEEKreiter, C.; Garbi Zutin, D.; Auer, M.E.2015

    Konferenzbeiträge
    TitelAutorJahr
    An HTML client for the Blackbody Radiation Lab in: 2015 12th International Conference on Remote Engineering and Virtual Instrumentation (REV), 25-27 Feb 2015, Bangkok, S. 230-234, IEEEKreiter, C.; Garbi Zutin, D.; Auer, M.E.2015


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