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Quality Infrastructure Management (6 ECTS) - WS 2019/2020

Quality Infrastructure Management
Event
Type
Period
Day/Time
Room
Lecturer
7351 L 20
lecture
17/10/19 - 06/02/20
Thursdays,
12 - 2 pm
MAR 0.016
Prof. Blind / Mrs. Koch / Mrs. Mirtsch
0832
L 296
exercise
tba
Thursdays,
2 - 4 pm
MAR 0.008
Prof. Blind / Mrs. Koch / Mrs. Mirtsch

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Application Form (Registration Deadline: 31.10.2019, 23:59)

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Content

How can be ensured that digital devices are interoperable? How can developing countries upgrade their production and integrate into global value chains? How can technological transfer and the diffusion of new technologies be supported? How can consumers be protected from hazardous goods?

The answer to those questions lies in an effective and efficient quality infrastructure. This institutional framework contributes to product safety, consumer protection and free trade. The course is intended to give the students a broad overview concerning elements and actors of the quality infrastructure at national, European and international level. It unveils the interplay between governmental regulation, European and international standards, product certification, accreditation, metrology, and market surveillance. The course explores how the different elements build on each other creating an efficient and effective system that contributes to innovation, trade, sustainability, and economic development.

The course specifically highlights challenges and opportunities for quality infrastructure worldwide that come with digitalization.

General Information

To not only provide the theoretic foundations of the topic but also to allow for practical and application-oriented insights, many of our lectures will be given by practitioners from Quality Infrastructure institutions and companies. They will cover topics such as 5G standardization, market surveillance practices, international standardization in the electro-technical domain, the use and impact of ecolabels for sustainability, the foundations of correct measurements, or the use of internal standards in a big automotive company. While this will sharpen the view for the broad relevance of the topic for our daily lives and the economy, it specifically raises awareness for the role of QI in the student’s future career.

 

The course consists of weekly lectures. There will be a final exam and an assignment to be written on a QI related topic (team work).

Lectures

Quality Infrastructure Management - Winter 2019/20
Date
Topics
17.10.2019
Introduction to Quality Infrastructure
C. Koch
24.10.2019
Introduction to standardization 
M. Mirtsch
31.10.2019
ICT Standardization (ETSI) 
G. Craik (ETSI)
07.11.2019
QI and trade/developing countries 
F. Münch
14.11.2019
Consortia and private standards
C. Koch and Dr. T. Denkler (BAM)
21.11.2019
International formal standardization (IEC)
J. Tiedemann (IEC)
28.11.2019
Standardization and innovation
Prof. K. Blind
05.12.2019
Company standards
C. Hagelberg (Volkswagen)
12.12.2019
Standards and sustainability / ecolabels
L. Ladu
19.12.2019
Quality Management
Dr. T. Denkler (BAM)
09.01.2020
Conformity Assessement 
Dr. S. Vehring (VdTüV)
16.01.2020

Testing and Akkreditation  
Dr. M. Nitsche (BAM)
23.01.2020
Market Surveillance
Dr. M. Honnacker (UBA)
30.01.2020
Metrology 
Dr. J. Stenger (PTB)
06.02.2020
Student Presentations
13.02.2020
Exam Preparation
27.02.2020
Written exam

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Claudia Koch, Dipl.-Kffr., LL.M.oec.
Room MAR 2.002