Sustainable Food Management

Applied Mathematics

Integrated course, 2.50 ECTS

 

Course content

application of mathematical methods (high school, secondary technical school or higher); basics of calculus, logics, set theory, equations, trigonometry, logarithms, exponential functions, differential and integral calculus

Learning outcomes

Students should be able to understand and apply methodical fundamentals relevant for mathematical concepts in natural as well as engineering sciences; the basics of physics should be applied in food science as well as food processing in order to estimate important parameters and analyze as well as plan operations

Recommended or required reading and other learning resources / tools

Zabel, Hartmut (2011). Kurzlehrbuch Physik. Stuttgart: Georg Thieme Verlag. Figura, L.O. (2004). Lebensmittelphysik.Berlin:Springer. Giancoli, Douglas (2009).Physik. München:Pearson. Völkel, Siegfried et al. (2007). Mathematik für Techniker. München:Hasner. Bosch, Karl (1998). Mathematik-Taschenbuch. München: Oldenbourg. Papula, Lothar (2001). Mathematik für Ingenieure und Naturwissenschaftler. Berlin:Vieweg Verlag.

Mode of delivery

Integrated Course

Prerequisites and co-requisites

None

Assessment methods and criteria

Module exam