The lecture “Environmental and Social Sustainability in Engineering“ is offered to all bachelor students from the “Sustainable Engineering of Products and Processes” program. The course intends to introduce students to the concepts and methods available to evaluate environmental and social sustainability in Engineering. Specifically, the course aims to teach systems thinking and critically analysis of products and processes from a life cycle perspective. The students are able to identify global challenges on environmental sustainability and describe the levers of product and process engineering on those challenges based on the principles of absolute and relative sustainability.
Dozent: Dr.-Ing. Felipe Cerdas
Turnus: start wintersemester (during winter and summer semester)
Lecture / Tutorial: Di. 16:45 - 18:18 Uhr, alternating lecture and tutorial
Raum: Raum: LK 6.1 (Gebäude Langer Kamp 6 (3307))
All further information and materials can be found in the learning management system Stud.IP. You can get an introduction to Stud.IP from the Stud.IP support team.
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Only the information in the module handbook applies. Furthermore, only the information in the examination regulations of the respective degree programme is legally binding.
Currently the lecture can take place in presence