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We will introduce the concept of data engineering and describe how it fits into a classical data science project. We will use R statistical software package to implement data collection, some cleaning and visualization. The data will predominately come from some social network sites and, more generally, user generated content sites.

This course contains a set of instructions design to prepare students for the make up exam for ENS202 Thermodynamics in September.

The Engineering Graphics course aims at the following educational objectives:
Comprehend general projection theory, with emphasis on orthographic projection to represent three-dimensional objects in two-dimensional views (principal, auxiliary, sections).Dimension and annotate two-dimensional engineering drawings. The application of industry standards and best practices applied in engineering graphics. Emphasize freehand sketching to aid in the visualization process and to efficiently communicate ideas graphically. Introduce CAD software for the creation of 3D models and 2D engineering drawings.

Building Physics is the branch of building engineering concerned with understanding how building, occupants and the internal and external environments interact.

Building Physics

Engaging Building Physics to the built environment can offer benefits including:

  1. Capital cost reduction - Through better design decisions and option evaluation and reduced design fees.
  2. Operating cost reduction - Lower energy bills and lower exposure to energy price rises and carbon based taxation.
  3. Greater occupant satisfaction - With usable high performance buildings better productivity can be achieved.

So, Building Physics is the application of the principles of physics to the built environment to maintain occupant comfort. The module introduces a fundamental understanding of physics to improving the design of building fabrics and surrounding spaces. Special attention is paid to design principles for:

  1. Thermal Comfort
  2. Air Comfort
  3. Sound Comfort
  4. Visual Comfort

It builds on knowledge of image design and foundational digital media design techniques introduced in the Digital Design Studio, integrating and applying this knowledge in the context of interactive multimedia and interaction design understanding. The unit develops interaction narrative, engagement, curiosity and design methods using the computer interface. 

The course is designed to study how a physical system might develop or alter over time and study the causes of those changes.

Dear students,



Welcome to the EE432 Wireless and mobile communication course !

The course introduces the main energy conversion systems and underlying physics.

This course is an introduction to fluid mechanics, and emphasizes fundamental concepts and problem-solving techniques. Topics to be covered include fluid properties, fluid statics, fluid kinematics, control volume analysis, dimensional analysis, internal flows (pipe flows), differential analysis (including approximations such as creeping flow, potential flow, and boundary layers), and external flows (lift and drag). If time permits, brief introductions to computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and turbomachinery (pumps and turbines) will be provided. Students are expected to read the assigned portions of the text! Students are also expected to be proficient in applying mathematics (e.g., integration, differentiation, and differential equations), statics and dynamics (e.g., free body diagrams), and thermodynamics (e.g., the first law). 

The course aims to introduce basic concepts and principles of heat transfer encountered in engineering practice. It covers analytical, empirical and numerical techniques for the solution of heat transfer problems. At the end of course diffusion mass transfer will be introduced.

To teach students on studio-based lectures the fundamentals of the design of an individual house. To understand the design of houses by applying architectural standards, regulations, and architectural language. To design a semi-detached dwelling on define site for the chosen project that fits the needs of contemporary life. 

The course provides an introduction to some of the most important areas that make up the scientific study of human behavior. Introduction to psychology course provides students with a basic knowledge of psychology, consciousness, learning, memory, cognition and mental abilities, as well as current information on topics about human development; personality development; health and stress; psychological disorders and psychotherapy.


The course aim is to provide an introduction to the design and analysis of manufacturing systems. Basically the following topics will be covered:

Introduction to prototyping, and manufacturing. Investigation of the product design process. Introduction to materials and engineering drawing. Steel making. Turning Operations. Milling Operations. Sheet Metal Operations. Casting and Heat Treatment. Plastics. Non-conventional manufacturing processes. Semiconductor manufacturing and circuit board assembly. Fundamentals of Production Lines, Manual Assembly Lines, Automated Production Lines, Cellular Manufacturing, Flexible Manufacturing Systems, Material Handling, Automatic identification and data capture.

Marketing course is designed to prepare students to strategically think about marketing in contemporary business by recalling and applying integrating concepts in relation to consumer needs, marketing information, product development, pricing, distribution, selling, advertising, and promotions.

MATH 100 is an entry level university course. It aims to prepare students in Economics/Management/IBF for their Calculus course while it provides basic analytical and computational skills for students in social sciences related programs.

International University of Sarajevo, Fall 2018

MAN 201 Introduction to Management Science

IE 303 Introduction to Operations Research

Dr Sencer Yeralan


This is a dual designation course, where the material is covered jointly as MAN 201 and IE 303.

Class Correspondence

All correspondence is conducted through official IUS email addresses. In accordance with the IUS rules, it is the responsibility of the student to register a valid e-mail address at the Student Information System (SIS) and regularly monitor the address for any correspondence for announcements and other timely material.

Class announcements will be posted on the class website or disseminated through official email addresses. Please read all the announcements before you contact the instructor, as your questions may already be addressed in past announcements. All correspondence must be carried out in the official educational language (English), while correspondence in all other languages will automatically be ignored and deleted. If contacting by e-mail, make sure you indicate your class, your full name, your official e-mail address, and your student number. Please direct your e-mail requests first to the teaching assistant of the course.

Professionalism

Engineering and Business are both highly professional endeavors. You are expected to uphold the highest standard of professionalism. For example, make sure that your correspondence meets with contemporary formal rules of professional etiquette. Pay attention to spelling, punctuation, and grammar.

Rules of Conduct

As usual, you are expected to follow the rules of conduct of the university, the college, and your respective departments. Especially pay attention to the rules concerning honesty and plagiarism. More information may be found on the departmental webpages.

Course Objective

The course is designed to provide a sound analytical foundation needed for the studies onward. The course will include basic mathematical formalisms such as logic, proof techniques and set theory. Please review the mathematics and calculus courses you took before classes begin.

Homework, Assignments, and the Evaluation Policy

There are weekly look-ahead reading assignments, which must be completed before class. You are expected to be prepared to discuss the topics covered in the reading material. In addition, there are four graded assignments regarding modeling and computation.There are weekly quizzes on the reading material and the topics already discussed. That is, questions pertaining to the next lecture as well as the previous lecture may be included in the quizzes. There are homework assignments, typically asking you to formulate mathematical models and find numerical solutions. There are two midterm examinations and a final examination. All examinations are cumulative, i.e., you are responsible for all the material up to the examination. There is a term project, which serves as a capstone effort for the course.

All written submissions must be free of spelling and grammatical errors, with due attention given to format and appearance.

Make-up Examination Policy

Make-up for the quizzes and examinations will be given only if the student provides legally valid justification in accordance with the rules of the university rules.

A calculus-based study of the basic concepts of physics. Topics include kinematics, dynamics of single particle system, energy, momentum, conservation laws, circular and rigid body motion, fluid mechanics, thermal equilibrium, temperature, the laws of thermodynamics and some basics of electricity and magnetism.

This course aims to provide the students with a solid theoretical understanding of research processes and practical knowledge of various research methods. Introductory part of the course deals with theory of research distinguishing between scientific and nonscientific methods, theoretical and empirical research, and providing a basis for research design and decision about choosing proper research method for proposed topic and assuring validity and reliability of research. Practical topics covered in the course include observational field research, survey writing, in-depth interviewing, focus group interviewing, sampling, statistical analysis, aggregate data analysis, semiotics, and content analysis. 

Quality and Reliability Engineering course focuses on competition and quality concepts, history of quality, quality gurus in industrial engineering discipline. During the course basic concepts of Quality and Reliability Engineering such as  philosophy and principles of TQM, quality culture in companies, and responsibilities in activities, continuous improvement (kaizen) will be discussed.  Based on this knowledge, one of the main goals of this course is to calculate Quality costs. Quality and Reliability Engineering and its applications in production life are to understand the suppliers in TQM, EFQM excellence model, self-assessment, TS-EN-ISO 9000:2008 Quality Management Systems.

This course covers the following topics:Basic operations on propositions, tautologies and properties of logic operations,valid arguments,basic axioms of sets, properties, cardinality of sets, countable and uncountable sets,functions and types of functions, Peano axioms of natural numbers, weak and strong mathematical induction, well-ordering principle,divisibility and primes, prime factorization, quotient-remainder theorem, techniques of proofs , permutations, combinations and basic counting, binomial theorem, definitions and examples of graphs, connected graphs, trees, Eulerian and Hamiltionian circuits, relations, eqivalence and partial order .

Please register with your official (ius.edu.ba) email address. Please read the syllabus.


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