1. semester :: specialization :: 0

Elective courses 0.0- ECTS)

DetailsTeachersCourseMode L+(A+L+S+C) (H)EctsCode
+P:1.mr.sc. Sanja Bračun dipl.oec.
A:mr.sc. Sanja Bračun dipl.oec.
Asset Management30+15 (15+0+0+0) (75)4.0146748
Code WEB/ISVU23300/146748ECTS4.0Academic year2018/2019
NameAsset Management
Status1st semester - Polytechnic graduate professional study programme specialization in Electrical Engineering (NOVI Redovni specijalisti elektrotehnike) - elective course1st semester - Polytechnic graduate professional study programme specialization in Electrical Engineering (NOVI Izvanredni specijalisti elektrotehnike) - elective course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
30+15 (15+0+0+0)
75
TeachersLectures:1. mr.sc. Sanja Bračun dipl.oec.
Auditory exercises:mr.sc. Sanja Bračun dipl.oec.
Course objectivesTo empower a student to understand that Asset management is not a separate process, but an integrated part of every business system. As Asset management team members they will be responsible to solve potential challenges and in position to give constant improvements proposals. Through the lessons the student will be familiar with the process of procurement, use and maintenance of the property, as well as planning and investment processes and human resources importance. As Asset management team member the student will be in position to solve various problem situations under realistic market conditions.
Learning outcomes:1.Identify the role and place of asset management within the business system. Level:6
2.Link importance of planning process and market analysis in order to ensure successful asset management. Level:6,7
3.Key performance indicators comment of asset management over the lifetime. Level:6
4.Identify the sequence and understand the importance of investment project monitoring. Level:6
5.Critically evaluate results of analysis of use fixed assets and maintenance based on method of reliability of asset management. Level:7
6.Be prepared for active participation in processes of asset management within the business system. Level:6,7
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Guest lecturer
Case studies
Discussion
The lessons are exhibited in a way that the theoretical framework combines with examples of practice and students are encouraged to give an overview of the examples they have come up with
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesGroup problem solving
Discussion, brainstorming
Interactive problem solving
Workshop
Course content lectures1.Introduction, 5h, Learning outcomes:1
2.One stage amplifiers. Common emitter amplifier, 5h, Learning outcomes:2
3.One stage amplifiers. Common emitter amplifier
4.One stage amplifiers. Common emitter amplifier, 5h, Learning outcomes:3
5.One stage amplifiers. Common collector amplifier
6.Transistor series voltage regulator, 5h, Learning outcomes:4
7.Common source amplifier, 5h, Learning outcomes:5
8.Common drain amplifier, 5h
9.Multistage amplifiers
10.Amplitude and phase frequency response
11.Amplitude and phase frequency response
12.Differential amplifier
13.Power amplifiers
14.Feedback
15.Oscillators
Course content auditory1.Type and purpose of Assets and the Process of Asset Management Planning, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2
2.Market Analysis Methods Applying, 2h, Learning outcomes:3
3.Cost and revenue analysis in process of performance indicators calculation , 2h, Learning outcomes:3
4.I colloquium , 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3
5.Practical application of process norms in Asset management , 2h, Learning outcomes:4
6.Investment project analysis, 2h, Learning outcomes:4,5
7.Faults and damage monitoring of Fixed assets during their life cycle, 3h, Learning outcomes:5,6
8.II colloquium , 1h, Learning outcomes:4,5,6
9.No lessons
10.No lessons
11.No lessons
12.No lessons
13.No lessons
14.No lessons
15.No lessons
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
General purpose computer laboratory
Overhead projector
Exam literatureObavezna literatura:
1.prof. dr.sc. Ivo Čala i ostali: Održavanje i gospodarenje imovinom, Hrvatsko društvo održavatelja, Zagreb, 2016.
2.dr.sc. Mladen Mauher i mr.sc. Sanja Bračun: Aktualne elektroničke mape nastavnika pripremljene za predavanja dostupne na LMS sustavu

Preporučena literatura:
1.S. Duffuaa; A Raouf, Cham: e-book Planning and control of maintenance systems: modelling and analysis", Springer, 2015.
2.John Woodhouse: ISO 55000: Asset management What to do and why? 2014.
3.David G Cotts; Kathy O Roper; Richard P Payant, Chichester: e-book International facility management, West Sussex, United Kingdom, 2014.
4.Constantin May; Peter Schimek, Ansbach: Total productive management: fundamentals and introduction to TPM - or how to achieve operational excellence", CETPM Publ. 2014.
5.David G Cotts; Kathy O Roper; Richard P Payant: e-book The facility management handbook, New York: American Management Association, 2010.
6.D. J. VANIER, Asset management: "A to Z", Institute for Research in Construction, National Research Council Canada, 1200 Montreal Road, Ottawa, 2001.
Students obligations70% of attendance on lessons and exercises
Knowledge evaluation during semester1. st colloquium
2. nd colloquiumest
Knowledge evaluation after semesterOral Exam (in case of non-fulfilment of 1st and 2nd colloquium conditions)
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Written exam)2
(Oral exam)2
RemarkThis course can be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
+P:1. Ivica Vuković
P:2.dr. sc. Anđa Valent viši predavač
A:dr. sc. Anđa Valent viši predavač
A: Ivica Vuković
Mathematics30+30 (30+0+0+0) (120)6.0146749
Code WEB/ISVU23301/146749ECTS6.0Academic year2018/2019
NameMathematics
Status1st semester - Polytechnic graduate professional study programme specialization in Electrical Engineering (NOVI Redovni specijalisti elektrotehnike) - elective course1st semester - Polytechnic graduate professional study programme specialization in Electrical Engineering (NOVI Izvanredni specijalisti elektrotehnike) - elective course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
30+30 (30+0+0+0)
120
TeachersLectures:1. Ivica Vuković
Lectures:2. dr. sc. Anđa Valent viši predavač
Auditory exercises:dr. sc. Anđa Valent viši predavač
Auditory exercises: Ivica Vuković
Course objectivesStudents should be qualified to use differential and integral calculus of several variables.
Learning outcomes:1.ability to write analytic expression for partial derivatives and differential of real analytic function of several variables. Level:7
2.ability to write the equation of the tangent plane to the surface at the given point of the surface. Level:7
3.ability to expand a real function of two real variables into Taylor and MacLaurin series. Level:7
4.ability to calculate and classify local extrema of a real function of two real variables. Level:7
5.ability to integrate real functions of several variables. Level:7
6.ability to apply polar coordinates to integral calculus. Level:7
7.ability to understand the implementation of integrals on calculating centre of mass, static moments and centre of gravity. Level:7
8.ability to understand methods of solving differential equations. Level:7
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Case studies
Modelling
Discussion
Other
The lectures are being presented in the classroom with detailed solving and analysis.
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesLaboratory exercises, computer simulations
Group problem solving
Computer simulations
Other
The problems are being solved on the blackboard with detailed explanations.
Course content lectures1.Functions of several variables. Continuity and limit., 2h, Learning outcomes:1
2.Partial derivatives. Schwartz theorem., 2h, Learning outcomes:1
3.Tangent plane. Differential., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2
4..Taylor mean value theorem. Taylor and Maclaurin series., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,3
5.Local extrema of functions of several variables., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,4
6.Conditional extrema. Lagrange multipiler method., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,4
7.Double integrals. Notion and properties., 2h, Learning outcomes:5
8.Double integrals over curvilinear trapezoid., 2h, Learning outcomes:5
9.Double integrals in polar coordinates, 2h, Learning outcomes:5,6
10.Triple integrals., 2h, Learning outcomes:5,6
11.Applications of multiple integrals. Calculatiog areas and volumes., 2h, Learning outcomes:5,6,7
12.Applications of multiple integrals. Center of mass., 2h, Learning outcomes:5,6,7
13.Homogenous systems of differential linear equations second order with constant coefficients., 2h, Learning outcomes:8
14.Nonhomogenous systems of differential linear equations with constant coefficients., 2h, Learning outcomes:8
15.Systems of linear differential equations. Numerical methods., 2h, Learning outcomes:8
Course content auditory1.Functions of several variables. Domains and graphs., 2h, Learning outcomes:1
2.Partial derivatives. Schwarz theorem, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
3.Tangent plane. Differential., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2
4.Taylor mean value theorem. Taylor and Maclaurin series, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,3
5.Local extrema of functions of several variables., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,4
6.Conditional extrema. Lagrange multiplier method., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,4
7.Double integrals. Notion and properties., 2h, Learning outcomes:5
8.Double integrals over curvilinear trapezoid., 2h, Learning outcomes:5
9.Double integrals in polar coordinates., 2h, Learning outcomes:5,6
10.Triple integrals., 2h, Learning outcomes:5,6
11.Applications of multiple integrals. Calculatiog areas and volumes., 2h, Learning outcomes:4,5,6
12.Applications of multiple integrals. Center of mass., 2h, Learning outcomes:5,6,7
13.Homogenous systems of differential linear equations second order with constant coefficients, 2h, Learning outcomes:8
14.Method variation constants., 2h, Learning outcomes:8
15.Euler method and Runge-Kutta method., 2h, Learning outcomes:8
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
General purpose computer laboratory
Whiteboard with markers
Overhead projector
Exam literature1. I. Vuković, A. Valent: Zbirka riješenih primjera iz primijenjene matematike, Redak, 2015.
1. P. Javor, Matematička analiza 2, Element, Zagreb, 2000.
3. B. P. Demidovič: Zadaci i riješeni zadaci iz više matematike s primjenom na tehničke nauke, Tehnička knjiga, 1978.
Students obligations50% of class attendance of the total class number. In case of less attendance, submitted seminar paper.
Knowledge evaluation during semesterTotal 2 preliminary exams (numerical tasks).

Final mark:

50% - 62% of total points at both preliminary exams = sufficient(2)
63% - 74% of total points at both preliminary exams = good(3)
75% - 87% of total points at both preliminary exams = very good(4)
88% - 100% of total points at both preliminary exams = excellent (5);
Knowledge evaluation after semesterWritten exam:

6 examining terms;
pass: 50% od total points;

Written exam mark:

see final mark formed as the result of both preliminary exams;

Oral exam:

optional.

Oral exam mark:
maximum 1 mark better than mark of written exam.
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Constantly tested knowledge)4
(Written exam)2
RemarkThis course can be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
Proposal made byIvica Vuković, Anđa Valent
+P:1. Ljiljana Matuško Antonić
P:mr.sc. Sergej Lugović MBA
A: Ljiljana Matuško Antonić
Bussiness Ethics and Law30+15 (15+0+0+0) (75)4.0146750
Code WEB/ISVU23302/146750ECTS4.0Academic year2018/2019
NameBussiness Ethics and Law
Status1st semester - Polytechnic graduate professional study programme specialization in Electrical Engineering (NOVI Redovni specijalisti elektrotehnike) - elective course1st semester - Polytechnic graduate professional study programme specialization in Electrical Engineering (NOVI Izvanredni specijalisti elektrotehnike) - elective course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
30+15 (15+0+0+0)
75
TeachersLectures:1. Ljiljana Matuško Antonić
Lectures:mr.sc. Sergej Lugović MBA
Auditory exercises: Ljiljana Matuško Antonić
Course objectivesIntroduce students to the interest group management theory and teach them about basic notions of civil law.
Methods of carrying out lecturesCase studies
Discussion
Questions and answers
Seminar, students presentation and discussion
Interactive lessons.
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesGroup problem solving
Discussion, brainstorming
Practice courses in real life situations.
Course content lectures1.Introduction to Civil Law, 2h
2.Principles of Civil Law, 2h
3.The subjects and objects of civil right, 2h
4.Introduction to the law of obligations, 2h
5.Subjects civil obligations relations, 2h
6.Objects civil obligations relations, 2h
7.Reinforcement of civil obligations relations, 2h
8.The sales contract, Services contract, 2h
9.Construction contract, 2h
10.Loan Agreement, 2h
11.The agency agreement, 2h
12.Termination of an obligation relations, 2h
13.Introduction to business ethics, principles, 2h
14.Convention on Human Rights, 2h
15.The right to freedom of speech, work, family life, 2h
Course content auditory1.Protection of private life, 2h
2.The responsibilities of the contractor, 2h
3.The banking secret, 2h
4.The right buyer, 2h
5.Relatively be invalid contracts, 2h
6.Legal actions for determining ownership, 2h
7.Odgovornost za nedostatke stvari, 2h
8.The sales contract, 2h
9.Construction contract, 2h
10.Loan Agreement, 2h
11.The agency agreement, 2h
12.Liability for Damage, 2h
13.Breach of contract, 2h
14.Ineffectiveness of contract, 2h
15.Services contract, 2h
Required materialsWhiteboard with markers
Overhead projector
Practice courses in real life situations.
Exam literature1. Hans Jonas, The Imperative of Responsibility, The University of Chicago Press
2. Funky Business Kapital pleše samo s darovitima, Kjell A. Nordstrm Jonas Ridderstr#229;le (Differo)
3. Etika u gospodarstvu : (religije, moral, poslovanje) / Tibor Karpati (Ekonomski fakultet u Osijeku)
4. Business Ethics: Readings and Cases in Corporate Morality, / W. Michael Hoffman, Robert E Frederick, Mark Schwartz (McGraw-Hill Humanities)
5. http://www.kurzweilai.net/
6. Građansko pravo: Martin Vedriš, Petar Klarić, Narodne novine 2003
7. Stvarno pravo: Nikola Gavella, Tatjana Josipović, Igor Gliha, Vlado Belaj, Zlatan Stipković
Students obligationsmaximum of 3 absences from exercises
Knowledge evaluation during semesterSeminarski rad#1#20#0$Usmena provjera znanja#1#80#0$
Knowledge evaluation after semesterWriting a paper on subject and exam.
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Classes attendance)1
(Written exam)3
RemarkThis course can be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
ISVU equivalents:22663;63931;63932;63933;132265;200529;
+P:1. Maja Pauković
A: Maja Pauković
Applied Statistics30+30 (30+0+0+0) (90)5.0146751
Code WEB/ISVU23303/146751ECTS5.0Academic year2018/2019
NameApplied Statistics
Status1st semester - Polytechnic graduate professional study programme specialization in Electrical Engineering (NOVI Redovni specijalisti elektrotehnike) - elective course1st semester - Polytechnic graduate professional study programme specialization in Electrical Engineering (NOVI Izvanredni specijalisti elektrotehnike) - elective course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
30+30 (30+0+0+0)
90
TeachersLectures:1. Maja Pauković
Auditory exercises: Maja Pauković
Course objectives
RemarkThis course can not be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
+P:1.v.pred. Aleksander Radovan , dipl. ing.
L:v.pred. Aleksander Radovan , dipl. ing.
Introduction to object-oriented programming30+30 (0+30+0+0) (60)4.0146752
Code WEB/ISVU23304/146752ECTS4.0Academic year2018/2019
NameIntroduction to object-oriented programming
Status1st semester - Polytechnic graduate professional study programme specialization in Electrical Engineering (NOVI Redovni specijalisti elektrotehnike) - elective course1st semester - Polytechnic graduate professional study programme specialization in Electrical Engineering (NOVI Izvanredni specijalisti elektrotehnike) - elective course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
30+30 (0+30+0+0)
60
TeachersLectures:1. v.pred. Aleksander Radovan , dipl. ing.
Laboratory exercises:v.pred. Aleksander Radovan , dipl. ing.
Course objectivesAcquiring knowledge and skills for development of Java applications that use the database.
Learning outcomes:1.write a code for a JavaFX application which will use a GUI and a database. Level:6,7
2.develop a Java development option if it is suitable for solving a specific task. Level:6,7
3.elements of an application into classes, interfaces and packages according to the principles of OOP. Level:6,7
4.develop a JavaFX applications to solve various types of practical problems. Level:6,7
5.individually evaluate the appropriateness of using Java in solving a specific practical problem. Level:7
6.organize development environment (Eclipse) for an efficient development of JavaFX applications. Level:6,7
7.design the structure of classes in Java applications to make it upgradable. Level:6,7
8.the possibilities of upgrading an application by means of open source libraries. Level:6,7
9.redesign the existing applications by using Java. Level:6,7
10.relate the knowledge of Java to the knowledge of other programming languages. Level:6,7
11.provide a critical review of the advantages and disadvantages of Java when compared to other programming languages. Level:7
12.choose the option to use advanced language features such as lambda expressions for solving programming tasks. Level:7
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Case studies
Demonstration
Discussion
Questions and answers
Methods of carrying out laboratory exercisesOther
Practical work using computer with Java development environment installed.
Course content lectures1.Java programming language basics and simple Java programs, 2h, Learning outcomes:3,5,10,11
2.Classes and objects in Java, 2h, Learning outcomes:8
3.Object oriented programming in Java, 2h, Learning outcomes:3
4.Exceptions in Java, 2h, Learning outcomes:7,8,9,11
5.Collections, generics and Javadoc, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,3,4
6.Files in Java, 2h, Learning outcomes:7,9,11
7.JavaFX, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,3,4,6
8.JDBC, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,6
9.Using new features of programming languages., 2h, Learning outcomes:12
10.No classes, 2h
11.No classes, 2h
12.No classes, 2h
13.No classes, 2h
14.No classes, 2h
15.No classes, 2h
Course content laboratory1.No classes, 2h
2.Classes and objects in Java, 2h, Learning outcomes:3,7,11
3.Exceptions in Java, 2h, Learning outcomes:7
4.Collections and generics in Java, 2h, Learning outcomes:3,5,7,9,10,11
5.Files in Java, 2h, Learning outcomes:7,8,9,10,11
6.JavaFX, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,4,5,6,8,9,10,11
7.JDBC, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,8,9,10,11
8.No classes, 2h
9.No classes, 2h
10.No classes, 2h
11.No classes, 2h
12.No classes, 2h
13.No classes, 2h
14.No classes, 2h
15.No classes, 2h
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
General purpose computer laboratory
Whiteboard with markers
Overhead projector
Students work individually in the lab, one person per workplace. Work requires use of computers with development tools for programming.
Exam literatureEffective Java, 3rd edition, 2018.
Java 8 in Action, Manning, 2015.
Beginning Java Programming (The Object-Oriented Approach), Wrox, 2015.
OCA/OCP Java SE 7 Programmer I II Study Guide, Exams 1Z0-803 1Z0-804, Certification Press, 2014.
Java SE 8 for Programmers, Deitel, 2014.
Oracle Press: OCA Java SE 7 Programmer I Study Guide (Exam 1Z0-803), Oracle Press, 2012.
Grundkurs Programieren iz Java, Hanser, 6. Auflage, 2011.
Java The Good Parts, O'Reilly, svibanj, 2010.
Effective Java, 2nd edition, Prentice Hall, svibanj, 2008.
Bruce Eckel: Thinking in Java, 4th edition, veljača, 2006.
Students obligationsCompleting all seven laboratory excercises
Knowledge evaluation during semesterSeven laboratory exams - 60 points in total
Two partial exams - 20 points each
Optional points for additional effort
Every partial exam has a correctional exam
Maximum 100 points
0-49 - not good enough
50-61 - sufficient
62-74 - good
75-86 - very good
87-100 - excellent
Knowledge evaluation after semesterWritten exam is evalued with 40 points, and remaining 60 points are transferred from the achievement on laboratory
exams during the semester time.
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Practical work)3
(Written exam)1
RemarkThis course can be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
ISVU equivalents:85745;201727;
Proposal made bysenior lecturer Aleksander Radovan, dipl.ing., 02.06.2018.
+P:1.doc. dr. sc. Sanja Morić predavačica
A:doc. dr. sc. Sanja Morić predavačica
The Protection of the Environment and the Quality of Life30+15 (15+0+0+0) (75)4.0146753
Code WEB/ISVU23305/146753ECTS4.0Academic year2018/2019
NameThe Protection of the Environment and the Quality of Life
Status1st semester - Polytechnic graduate professional study programme specialization in Electrical Engineering (NOVI Redovni specijalisti elektrotehnike) - elective course1st semester - Polytechnic graduate professional study programme specialization in Electrical Engineering (NOVI Izvanredni specijalisti elektrotehnike) - elective course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
30+15 (15+0+0+0)
75
TeachersLectures:1. doc. dr. sc. Sanja Morić predavačica
Auditory exercises:doc. dr. sc. Sanja Morić predavačica
Course objectivesUnderstanding the interdependence of quality of life and environmental protection by applying a project approach in teaching
Learning outcomes:1.to determine the terms and trends in environmental protection. Level:6,7
2.to compare the ways of protection of the environment in the protected areas and the other areas of the republic of Croatia. Level:6,7
3.to analyze the impact of the environment on the quality of life of the individual (society). Level:6
4.to distinguish a traditional and contemporary (sustainable) environmental development. Level:6
5.to relate the importance of protecting the environment and its components in achieving (higher) quality of life. Level:6,7
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Guest lecturer
Case studies
Discussion
Questions and answers
Seminar, students presentation and discussion
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesGroup problem solving
Discussion, brainstorming
Workshop
Course content lectures1.Introduction, 1h, Learning outcomes:1
Protection of the environment and the quality of life, 1h, Learning outcomes:3
2.Sustainable development, 4h, Learning outcomes:4
3.Sustainable agriculture and rural development, 4h, Learning outcomes:4
4.Urban horticulture, 3h, Learning outcomes:4,5
5.Elements of green system and GIS, 3h, Learning outcomes:5
6.Green infrastructure; vertical and roof gardens, 4h, Learning outcomes:4
7.Permaculture, 2h, Learning outcomes:3
8.Horticultural therapy and innovations, 2h, Learning outcomes:3
9.Guest lecturer(s), 2h, Learning outcomes:5
10.EU programes, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
11.EU fonds, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
12.No classes
13.No classes
14.No classes
15.No classes
Course content auditory1.Instructions for writting seminar paper, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
2.No classes
3.No classes
4.No classes
5.No classes
6.No classes
7.No classes
8.No classes
9.No classes
10.No classes
11.Open space technology, 1h, Learning outcomes:5
12.Swot analysis, 1h, Learning outcomes:5
13.Logframe matrix, 6h, Learning outcomes:5
14.No classes
15.Presentation of seminar paper, 5h, Learning outcomes:5
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
Whiteboard with markers
Overhead projector
Operating supplies
papers (A0, A4, post it), marker pens etc.
Exam literatureObvezna literatura:
Materijali sa predavanja
Dopunska literatura:
1. K. KIŠ, M. KIŠ: PERMAKULTURA, Zagreb, 2014.
2. I. KISIĆ: UVOD U EKOLOŠKU POLJOPRIVREDU, 2014.
3. F. CAPRA, P. L. LUISI: The Systems View of Life: A Unifying Vision, 2014.



Students obligationsClass attendance - as measured through minimal presence checks at 70%
Knowledge evaluation during semesterCheck points of seminar paper execution at excercise
Knowledge evaluation after semesterSeminar paper
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Classes attendance)2
(Activity in class)1
(Seminar Work)1
RemarkThis course can be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
Proposal made bydr. sc. Sanja Morić, lecturer

Elective courses 0.0- ECTS)

DetailsTeachersCourseMode L+(A+L+S+C) (H)EctsCode
+P:1.dr.sc. Joško Lozić
P:2.mr.sc. Sanja Bračun dipl.oec.
A:mr.sc. Sanja Bračun dipl.oec.
A:dr.sc. Joško Lozić
A:mag.oec Kristina Perec
Digital economy30+15 (15+0+0+0) (75)4.0146744
Code WEB/ISVU23296/146744ECTS4.0Academic year2018/2019
NameDigital economy
Status1st semester - Polytechnic graduate professional study programme specialization in Electrical Engineering (NOVI Redovni specijalisti elektrotehnike) - elective course1st semester - Polytechnic graduate professional study programme specialization in Electrical Engineering (NOVI Izvanredni specijalisti elektrotehnike) - elective course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
30+15 (15+0+0+0)
75
TeachersLectures:1. dr.sc. Joško Lozić
Lectures:2. mr.sc. Sanja Bračun dipl.oec.
Auditory exercises:mr.sc. Sanja Bračun dipl.oec.
Auditory exercises:dr.sc. Joško Lozić
Auditory exercises:mag.oec Kristina Perec
Course objectivesThe aim of the course is to introduce students with the development of digital economy in the platform economy model
Learning outcomes:1.Compare old and new factors that determine economic development in the platform economy. Level:6,7
2.Formulate the underlying concepts associated with the development of the platform economy. Level:6,7
3.Formulate the underlying factors that determine the difference between the classic linear and circular model of production. Level:6,7
4.Assess the underlying factors that affect the economic trends in the post-industrial society. Level:6,7
5.Compare old and new factors that determine economic development in the platform economy. Level:6,7
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Case studies
Discussion
Questions and answers
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesTraditional literature analysis
Essay writing
Discussion, brainstorming
Course content lectures1.Defining the business model of the platform economy, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
2.Defining changes within the industry under the influence of the platform economy, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
3.The process of transforming a classic linear business into a platform model. Platform model, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
4.Capitalization of a company from a platform model. The value of brands from the platform economy model, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
5.Colloquium, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
6.The platform strategy is not a software strategy. Historical Review of Strategies, 2h, Learning outcomes:3
7.Linear business model. A platform-based business model, 2h, Learning outcomes:3
8.Platforms change industrial environments, 2h, Learning outcomes:4
9.Architecture platform. Network effect, 2h, Learning outcomes:4
10.Colloquium, 2h, Learning outcomes:4
11.Platform launch models, 2h, Learning outcomes:4
12.Metrics on platforms, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
13.Management Platform Strategies, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
14.Monetization on platforms, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
15.Colloquium, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
Course content auditory1.Explain and put into context the development of economic systems through history, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
2.Explain the basics of the development of different models of the economy of the platform, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
3.Determining key management strategies in the process of transforming classical linear business into a platform economy model, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
4.Determining the key factors that have affected the change of business paradigm, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
5.Determining Key Factors Affecting the Value of Brands in Platform Economics, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
6.Determining Key Factors Affecting Managerial Processes Managing the , 2h, Learning outcomes:3
7.Evaluate and analyze the underlying factors that affect the architecture of the platform, 2h, Learning outcomes:3
8.Evaluate and analyze the underlying factors that affect building network effect, 2h, Learning outcomes:4
9.Evaluate and identify the underlying factors that affect platform launch strategies, 2h, Learning outcomes:4
10.Evaluate and Identify Fundamental Factors Determining the Power of Network Effect After Launching Platforms, 2h, Learning outcomes:4
11.Evaluate the underlying metric factors in the different phase metrics on platforms, 2h, Learning outcomes:4
12.Evaluate the underlying factors in the growth and maturity of the platform, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
13.Evaluate the underlying factors in the growth and maturity of the platformi , 2h, Learning outcomes:5
14.Evaluate the underlying factors of ecosystem development as a management strategy, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
15.Determining the underlying factors that affect the monetization method on the platform, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
Required materialsWhiteboard with markers
Exam literatureObvezatna literatura:
1. Parker, G.G.; Van Alstyne, M.W.; Choudary, S.P. (2016) Platform Revolution: How Networked Markets are Transforming the Economy and How to Make Them Work for You, W.W. Norton Company Ltd.
2.Tapscott, D.,The Digital Economy Anniversary Edition: rethinking promise and peril in the age of networked intelligence,McGrow-Hill Education,978-0-07-183555-8,2015

Neobvezatna literatura:
1. Moazed, A.; Johnson, N.L. (2016) Modern Monopolies What it takes to Dominate the 21st Century Economy, Applico, LLC
Students obligationsAttendance at lectures; seminar work
Knowledge evaluation during semesterColloquium
Knowledge evaluation after semesterWritten exam
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Classes attendance)1
(Written exam)1
(Essay)1
(Seminar Work)1
RemarkThis course can be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
Proposal made byPhD Joško Lozić
+P:1. Ivor Marković , mag. ing.
A: Ivor Marković , mag. ing.
Electric energy conversions45+15 (15+0+0+0) (90)5.0146745
Code WEB/ISVU23297/146745ECTS5.0Academic year2018/2019
NameElectric energy conversions
Status1st semester - Polytechnic graduate professional study programme specialization in Electrical Engineering (NOVI Redovni specijalisti elektrotehnike) - elective course1st semester - Polytechnic graduate professional study programme specialization in Electrical Engineering (NOVI Izvanredni specijalisti elektrotehnike) - elective course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
45+15 (15+0+0+0)
90
TeachersLectures:1. Ivor Marković , mag. ing.
Auditory exercises: Ivor Marković , mag. ing.
Course objectivesstudents will acquire knowledge in the field of energy conversion and power converters
Learning outcomes:1.To classificate dc converters and rectifiers depending on source and load types. Level:6,7
2.To chose appropriate dc converter for specific purpose. Level:7
3.To chose appropriate rectifier for specific purpose. Level:7
4.To compare transformer models depending on transformer's function in electrical circuit. Level:6,7
5.To classificate electrical machines depending on their structure and purpose. Level:6,7
6.To confirm energy conservation law in transformers, power converters and electrical machines. Level:6,7
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Discussion
Questions and answers
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesGroup problem solving
Discussion, brainstorming
Other
Analysis of typical examples
Course content lectures1.Electrical component and network properties. Energy, power, effective and average value, time-invariant and time-varying components and networks., 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,6
2.Electrical component and network properties. Linearity and nonlinearity, activity and passivity, electrical energy storage., 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,6
3.Electrical component and network properties. Controllable and uncontrollable semiconductor switches. Commutation., 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,6
4.First and second order electrical circuits. Zero-input and zero-state responses. Energy considerations., 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,6
5.Periodical steady-state. Sinusoidal and nonsinusoidal steady-state. Three-phase system., 3h, Learning outcomes:1,3,6
6.Transformer. Ideal and real transformer., 3h, Learning outcomes:3,4,6
7.Transformer. Use of transformers in transmission and distribution of electrical energy. Power converters., 3h, Learning outcomes:3,4,6
8.Buck, boost and flyback DC converters., 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,6
9.Four-quadrant DC converter. Rectifiers. Rectifiers with inductive and capacitive load., 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,6
10.Rectifiers with inductive and capacitive load. ACDC converter inverter mode of operation. Voltage inverter., 3h, Learning outcomes:3,6
11.Electrical machines. DC machines., 3h, Learning outcomes:2,5,6
12.Synchronous machines., 3h, Learning outcomes:2,5,6
13.Asynchronous machines., 3h, Learning outcomes:2,5,6
14.Synchronous machines., 3h, Learning outcomes:5,6
15.Synchronous machines., 3h, Learning outcomes:5,6
Course content auditory1.Electrical component and network properties., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,6
2.Commutation., 1h, Learning outcomes:2,3,6
3.First and second order electrical circuits., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,6
4.Phasor calculus., 1h, Learning outcomes:6
5.Transformer. Ideal and real transformer., 1h, Learning outcomes:4,6
6.Buck, boost, flyback and four-quadrant DC converters., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,6
7.Buck, boost, flyback and four-quadrant DC converters., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,6
8.Rectifiers with inductive and capacitive load., 1h, Learning outcomes:3,6
9.Rectifiers with inductive and capacitive load., 1h, Learning outcomes:3,6
10.Voltage inverter., 1h, Learning outcomes:6
11.DC machines., 1h, Learning outcomes:2,5,6
12.Synchronous machines., 1h, Learning outcomes:2,5,6
13.Synchronous machines., 1h, Learning outcomes:5,6
14.Synchronous machines., 1h, Learning outcomes:5,6
15.Synchronous machines., 1h, Learning outcomes:5,6
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
Whiteboard with markers
Overhead projector
Exam literatureI.Flegar, Elektronički energetski pretvarači, Kigen, Zagreb, 2010
V.Mikuličić, Z.Šimić, Energijske tehnologije FER, Zagreb 2011.
L.M. Piotrovskij, Električki strojevi, Tehnička knjiga, Zagreb, 1974.

T. Kelemen, Transformatori, Tehnička enciklopedija, knjiga 13, Leksikografski zavod "Miroslav Krleža", Zagreb, str. 148-168, 1997.
Students obligations80% of class attendance.
Knowledge evaluation during semesterKolokvij, numeri zadaci#3#75#0$Kolokvij, teorijska pitanja#3#25#0$
Knowledge evaluation after semesterWritten exam - 50%.
Oral exam - 50%.
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Written exam)5
RemarkThis course can be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
ISVU equivalents:95597;
Proposal made byŽeljko Stojanović
+P:1.dr.sc. Davor Petranović dipl.ing.el.
A:dr.sc. Davor Petranović dipl.ing.el.
S:dr.sc. Davor Petranović dipl.ing.el.
Quality Management30+16 (13+0+3+0) (104)5.0146746
Code WEB/ISVU23298/146746ECTS5.0Academic year2018/2019
NameQuality Management
Status1st semester - Polytechnic graduate professional study programme specialization in Electrical Engineering (NOVI Redovni specijalisti elektrotehnike) - elective course1st semester - Polytechnic graduate professional study programme specialization in Electrical Engineering (NOVI Izvanredni specijalisti elektrotehnike) - elective course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
30+16 (13+0+3+0)
104
TeachersLectures:1. dr.sc. Davor Petranović dipl.ing.el.
Auditory exercises:dr.sc. Davor Petranović dipl.ing.el.
Seminar exercises:dr.sc. Davor Petranović dipl.ing.el.
Course objectivesTo transfer to students the basic knowledge related to quality management
Learning outcomes:1.ability to estimate to what point the regulations and norms concerning the quality of products or services are law-abiding. Level:7
2.ability to choose an appropriate quality tool for solving incompatibilities in processes, products or services. Level:7
3.ability to measure the level of stability and variability of a process. Level:7
4.ability to write a report on preventions or corrections that have been made towards the management or customers. Level:6,7
5.ability to buid a system of quality assurance on a model of a work organisation or institution. Level:6,7
6.ability to propose the activities which will introduce advancements in the existing processes in an organisation, to increase efficiency and reduce costs. Level:6,7
7.ability to manage the quality system in a chosen model of a work organisation or institution. Level:6,7
8.ability to devise a documented procedure to describe a process in the organisation model. Level:6,7
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Guest lecturer
Case studies
Discussion
Seminar, students presentation and discussion
Other
Drawings, tables and diagrams are used to facilitate understanding, as well as photographs and prepared materials used in companies.
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesGroup problem solving
Discussion, brainstorming
Workshop
Other
problems are solved with students
Methods of carrying out seminarsData mining and knowledge discovery on the Web
Discussion, brainstorming
Workshop
Other
Student chooses an example to analyse, work on it and present for the group.
Course content lectures1.Introduction to the course, assessment of general concepts and definitions of quality, 4h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,7,8
2.Systems standards, introduction to ISO 9001 Requirements for Management System, 4h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
3.Collecting and displaying data, FMEA analysis, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
4.Process control and statistics, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
5.Repetition of topics S1-S4, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
6.Quality control of the process, SWOT analysis, 5S, 4h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
7.Method six sigma, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
8.Product design, engineering, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
9.Method eight disciplines, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
10.Quality in procurement, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
11.Repetition of topics S5-S9, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
12.no lessons
13.no lessons
14.no lessons
15.no lessons
Course content auditory1.Process development and manufacturing, FMEA analysis, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
2.Xsr R-map, the analysis of the production process, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
3.Key Performance Indicators, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
4.quality plans, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
5.8D method, internal audits, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
6.Presentation of seminar papers, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7
7.no lessons
8.no lessons
9.no lessons
10.no lessons
11.no lessons
12.no lessons
13.no lessons
14.no lessons
15.no lessons
Course content seminars1.Consultation and exercises, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
2.Consultation and exercises, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
3.Consultation and exercises, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
4.no lessons
5.no lessons
6.no lessons
7.no lessons
8.no lessons
9.no lessons
10.no lessons
11.no lessons
12.no lessons
13.no lessons
14.no lessons
15.no lessons
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
Whiteboard with markers
Overhead projector
Exam literatureBilješke koje nastavnik priprema za nastavu
J.M.Juran, Quality Control Handbook, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1989.
Juran, Joseph Moses; Frank M. Gryna. 1993, 1999, Planiranje i analiza kvalitete. MATE d.o.o. Zagreb
E.L.Grant, R.S.Leavenworth, Statistical Quality Control, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1988.

Lazibat, Tonči, 2009, Upravljanje kvalitetom, Znanstv. knjiga, Zagreb.
Oslić, Ivica, 2008, Kvaliteta i poslovna izvrsnost, MEP Consult, Zagreb
Štajdohar-Pađen, Olga, 2009, Plivati s ISO-m i ostati živ, Kigen, Zagreb
Students obligationsdelivered seminars and evaluated with at least 8 points
Knowledge evaluation during semesterRedovitost pohaa#3#0#0$Kolokvij, teorijska pitanja#2#35#0$Seminarski rad#1#15#8$Domazada5#3#0$
Knowledge evaluation after semesterwritten and oral exam
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Written exam)4
(Oral exam)1
RemarkThis course can be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
Proposal made bydr.sc. Ljubivoj Cvitaš dipl.ing., 1.6.2015
+P:1. Vesna Alić-Kostešić dipl.ing.stroj.
A: Vesna Alić-Kostešić dipl.ing.stroj.
A:mr.sc. Branimir Preprotić dipl. inž. stroj.
S: Vesna Alić-Kostešić dipl.ing.stroj.
Project Management30+15 (11+0+4+0) (105)5.0146747
Code WEB/ISVU23299/146747ECTS5.0Academic year2018/2019
NameProject Management
Status1st semester - Polytechnic graduate professional study programme specialization in Electrical Engineering (NOVI Redovni specijalisti elektrotehnike) - elective course1st semester - Polytechnic graduate professional study programme specialization in Electrical Engineering (NOVI Izvanredni specijalisti elektrotehnike) - elective course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
30+15 (11+0+4+0)
105
TeachersLectures:1. Vesna Alić-Kostešić dipl.ing.stroj.
Auditory exercises: Vesna Alić-Kostešić dipl.ing.stroj.
Auditory exercises:mr.sc. Branimir Preprotić dipl. inž. stroj.
Seminar exercises: Vesna Alić-Kostešić dipl.ing.stroj.
Course objectivesstudents will master basic elements of business management, production processes and services which can be viewed as projects
Learning outcomes:1.determine the importance of project management for a contemporary organization. Level:7
2.ability to manage the processes of the project integrity, its scope, time, costs, quality, personnel, communications, risks and project procurement . Level:6,7
3.ability to estimate the project risks in the project proposal. Level:6,7
4.ability to organize the project into steps and activities which will contribute to obtain the project goal. Level:6,7
5.ability to standardize required time and resources for carrying out activities using network planning techniques. Level:6,7
6.ability to plan costs for carrying out the project activities. Level:6,7
7.ability to analyze the project proposal through logical matrix. Level:6,7
8.ability to develop readiness for teamwork and cooperation. Level:6,7
9.ability to combine methods and procedures for decision making. Level:6,7
10.ability to estimate the impact of project on the environment. Level:6,7
11.ability to make a proposal for project and project plan in seminar paper. Level:6,7
12.present the project product , methods of keeping and monitoring plan, the expected change after project completion. Level:6,7
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Case studies
Discussion
Seminar, students presentation and discussion
The whole material is presented in lectures illustrated by drawings, tables and graphs to facilitate understanding of the topic. It can be presented on OHP or in Power Point.
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesGroup problem solving
Computer simulations
Workshop
Problems of each particular topic analysed are solved on the blackboard. After explaining and solving a problem of a topic, students are given a related one to solve it on their own but with assistance of the teacher. Using the BK technique and with assistance of their teacher, students create a smaller project.
Methods of carrying out seminarsGroup problem solving
Course content lectures1.Nature and context of project management, processes and knowledge domains, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
2.Strategy and project management, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
3.Strategy and project management, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
4. Project management and interest and influence groups in project , 2h, Learning outcomes:3
5. Project structure, 2h, Learning outcomes:4
6. Initiating the project plans, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
7. Initiating the project plans, 2h, Learning outcomes:6
8.Preliminary project, 2h, Learning outcomes:6
9.Colloquium, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6
10.Planning techniques, 2h, Learning outcomes:7,8
11.Planning techniques, 2h, Learning outcomes:7,8
12.Project implementation, 2h, Learning outcomes:9,10
13.Project implementation, 2h, Learning outcomes:9,10
14.Project closing, 2h, Learning outcomes:11
15.Colloquium, 2h, Learning outcomes:6,7,8,9,10,11,12
Course content auditory1.no class
2.no class
3.no class
4.no class
5.no class
6.Decision making methods, acceptance of differences, 2h, Learning outcomes:4
7.Problem analysis, problem /goal tree, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
8.Goal achievement strategy, logic matrix , 2h, Learning outcomes:6
9.Network planning techniques - tasks , 2h, Learning outcomes:7,8
10.Network planning techniques - tasks , 2h, Learning outcomes:7,8
11.Network planning techniques - tasks , 2h, Learning outcomes:7,8
12.no class
13.no class
14.no class
15.no class
Course content seminars1.no class
2.no class
3.no class
4.no class
5.no class
6.no class
7.no class
8.no class
9.no class
10.no class
11.no class
12.no class
13.no class
14.To logically relate the project elements, inspect logical matrix, present the project idea, 4h, Learning outcomes:11,12
15.no class
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
General purpose computer laboratory
Overhead projector
Operating supplies
Exam literaturePMI:Znanje o upravljanju projektima (vodič kroz PMBOK, 4.izdanje)mate d.o.o., Zagreb 2011.; Nikolić, čala, alić-kostešić: metode u planiranju odjeće,ZS 2010.;Čala,I; i ostali autori: Inženjerski priručnik, dio 4, poglavlja 6. Planiranje i praćenje proizvodnje, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 2002.
Vila, A; Štajdl, B; Čala, I; Karabajić, I: Metode planiranja proizvodnje, Informator, Zagreb, 1982.
Vila, A; Leicher, Z: Planiranje proizvodnje i kontrola rokova, Informator, 3. izdanje, Zagreb 1983.
Schroeder, Roger,G: Upravljanje proizvodnjom, Mate, Zagreb, 1999.
Bilješke koje nastavnik priprema za nastavu
Čala, I: Stupnjevito planiranje, izlaganje na savjetovanju Upravljanje proizvodnjom, CDI Zagreb, Briuni, 1989.
Dilworth,J.B.: Operations Management, Mc Grow Hill, inc., New York, 1995.
Schonberger,R.J., Knod, M.E.: Operations Management, Irwin, 1994.
Majstorović, V.: Upravljanje Proizvodnjom i projektima (Production and Project Management), Nakladnici Sveučilište u Mostaru i DAAAM International Vienna, Mostar-Wien 2001.
Students obligationssubmitted seminar paper, regular lecture attendance
Knowledge evaluation during semesterRedovitost pohaa#2#0#0$Kolokvij, numeri zadaci#1#33#60$Kolokvij, teorijska pitanja#1#33#60$Seminarski rad#1#34#60$
1. colloquium min 30, max 50
2. colloquium min 30, max 50
Knowledge evaluation after semesterwritten and oral exam
pointsevaluation
00
891
902
1063
1214
1365
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Constantly tested knowledge)2
(Seminar Work)1
(Written exam)2
RemarkThis course can be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
ISVU equivalents:22658;63916;63917;63918;161640;