Student Innovation Lab (SIL)
- Type: Lecture + Seminar + Lab
- Chair: IRS-RUS
- Semester: WT 21/22 + ST 22
various, schedule will be updated in September and announced in the kickoff event in detail
Invitations to the kickoff event will be sent to the selected participants
- Start: first week of WT 21/22 with lecture Entrepreneurship
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sören Hohmann
Prof. Dr. Orestis Terzidis
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Eric Sax
Prof. Dr. rer. nat Wilhelm Stork
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Zwick
Prof. Dr. Werner Nahm
- SWS: 2 + 2 + 2
- ECTS: 3 + 3 + 9
- Lv-No.: 2545001 (Lecture Entrepreneurship), 2545082 (Seminar Entrepreneurship), 2303192 (Innovation Lab)
- Exam: Written exam + examination of another type (term papers + presentations)
Diese Vorlesung wird in englischer Sprache angeboten.
Application required. Apply here until October 24th, 2021.
For more information see kit-sil.de.
If you have any questions concerning the lab, please contact Sean Kille
|Module Structure||The complete module Student Innovation Lab consists of the lecture Entrepreneurship (3 ECTS), the seminar Entrepreneurship Project (3 ECTS) and the Innovation Lab (9 ECTS).|
The lecture Entrepreneurship offers the theoretical basis regarding
In addition, practical experiences of successful founders support the theoretical content.
The seminar Entrepreneurship Project and the Innovation Lab aim at applying the theoretical concepts in practical oriented situations. In the Innovation Lab the students get the opportunity to create and realize their own innovations. In a team of five they will experience their way from the ideation process over the implementation of hardware and software to the pitch in front of investors. The students can choose from one of the following labs:
The seminar convoys the lab and supports the teams by presenting reflection techniques, agile system development (Scrum), among other things.Further information can be found on the above-mentioned homepage as well as in the module handbook.
The course starts in the first week of WT 21/22 with the lecture Entrepreneurship. Invitations to the general kickoff event (expected in the second week of the winter term) will be sent to the selected participants. The course extends over two whole semesters. The detailed schedule can be found in the following
|Course Material||The source of all relevant course material will be announced at the kickoff event.|
Lecture Entrepreneurship: 32h attendance time, 58h preparation time
60-minute written exam on contents of the lecture Entrepreneurship
|Tutor zur Begleitung der Lehrveranstaltung|