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Teaching during the summer semester 2020


Dear CompEng-students,


we are also switching the upcoming summer semester to online-supported lectures and exercises due to the Covid-19 virus. At the moment we are working hard to prepare all content to be able to offer you a wholesome study.



How do you get access to lectures, exercises and materials?


All information (manuscripts, access to lectures and course materials, contact persons, etc.) can be found in the Moodle courses. The Moodle links as well as the dates and times for our introductory events can be found in the following list or in our semester course schedule.




Dates and times for our introductory events



Advanced Finite Element Methods:

Monday, 20.04.2020 at 08:30 - 11:45,

Zoom link in Moodle course


FEM for Nonlinear Analysis of Materials and Structures:

Monday, 20.04.2020 at 08:30 - 11:45,

Zoom link in Moodle course


Numerical Simulation in Geomechanics and Tunneling:

Monday, 20.04.2020 at 08:30 - 11:45,

Zoom link in Moodle course


OOFEM - Object-oriented Modelling & Implementation of Structural Analysis Software:

Monday, 20.04.2020 at 08:30 - 11:45,

Zoom link in Moodle course


Recent Advances in Numerical Modelling and Simulation:

Monday, 20.04.2020 at 08:30 - 11:45,

Zoom link in Moodle course




Required technology



Many lectures will take place using the free video conference software Zoom. You will receive the Zoom invitation link or the access data in your Moodle course. Please install Zoom on your laptop / tablet etc: Link to the Zoom Software.


As soon as where are changes to the situation, further information will be published here and in Moodle.



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