Studerandeexpeditionen på IEA är öppen på vardagar (dock ej fredagar) kl 11.00-12.30. Telefon: 046-222 92 90. Andra tider efter överenskommelse. Du kan även kontakta oss via epost: email@example.com
The IEA student administration is open weekdays (not Fridays) 11.00-12.30. Phone: 046-222 92 90. Other times by agreement. You can also contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The grades of the exam from March 22 are now available in the directory "Exam" and on IEA's bulletin board. The results will also be transferred to LADOK within a day or two. But you can read your grade based on the anonymous number you used together with your personal code phrase at the exam or as an 'encrypted' personal number (for those students who did not use any anonymous code).
The official 'showing' (visning) of the exam from March 22 will be on Monday April 15, 12.15 - 12.45 in room M:IEA (next to the automation lab). If you absolutely need to check your exam at an earlier time then please contact the IEA student administration office on weekdays between 11.00 and 12.30.
Note that the NEXT EXAM POSSIBILITY is on Friday August 30, 08.00 - 13.00 in room M:IEA. It is compulsory that you register for this exam by sending an email to Ulf or our student administrator or signing up at the IEA's bulletin board, NOT LATER THAN Thursday August 22.
Complete solutions to the exam on Friday March 22 is now available in the directory "Exam".
The exam is in MA(Annex of the Mathematics Building):08 on Friday March 22, 08.00 - 13.00. You may bring/use the course book, the HMI paper hardcopy, your calculator (memory cleared), Tefyma, formula sheets (from the Automatic Control department, available in directory "Additional literature") and a dictionary at the exam. The exam is given in English and you may respond in English or Swedish. After you hand in your exam we kindly ask you to fill in the course evaluation form. Best of luck.
All students have now been approved on Laboratory exercises 1, 2 and 3.
Your reports for Simulation Task no 2 have now been corrected and commented upon. Some reports are very good, some are OK but some require you to check up some things on your own. The commented reports will be handed back to you (as hard copies) during the lecture on Monday March 4 and onwards. But all students have now been approved on Simulation Task no 2.
Your reports for Simulation Task no 1 have now been corrected and commented upon. Some reports are very good, some are OK but some require you to check up some things on your own. The commented reports were handed back to you (as hard copies) during the lecture on Wednesday Feb. 27. But all students have now been approved on Simulation Task no 1.
On Thursday February 28 at 08:15 in hall M:E professor emeritus Gustaf Olsson will give a lecture in the Automation course. He will discuss automation from very many perspectives and provide numerous examples. We consider the guest lecture to be (in principle) COMPULSORY for all students. So you should attend!
Note that lab exercise 2 starts on Monday February 25 at 13:15. There are still only 23 students who have signed up for the lab, i.e. some of you have not registered for lab 2 yet. You must do so soon (the lab exercises are compulsory and you cannot get any credits for the course unless you have been approved on all three lab exercises)! The registration list is on the bulletin board in the corridor between IEA and the dept of Automatic Control on the second floor in the M-building.
Note that lab exercise 1 starts on Monday February 18 at 13:15. There are still only 26 students who have signed up for the lab, i.e. some of you have not registered for lab 1 yet. You must do so now (the lab exercises are compulsory and you cannot get any credits for the course unless you have been approved on all three lab exercises)! The registration list is on the bulletin board in the corridor between IEA and the dept of Automatic Control on the second floor in the M-building. Also note that the deadline for Simulation Task 2 is today.
27 students have handed in reports for Simulation Task 1. Those will soon be corrected and returned to you. If you have still not submitted your report but are still following the course you must submit the report to Ulf as soon as possible. Note that the deadline for Simulation Task 2 is on Wednesday Feb. 13.
Note that the lecture on Thursday January 31 at 08.15 is given in lecture hall E:1406 (most northern part of the Electrical Engineering building).
The course starts on January 21 (Monday) in hall M:E, Mechanical Engineering building at 08.15. Welcome!