Teaching Portfolio for Ruben Bak S.
Teaching in classes should be delivered to students with wonder and fascination, which I always try to incorporate in my lectures. A small demonstration within the day’s topic often brings great motivational energy which can carry a lecture – because seeing is believing. The coupling of demonstrations, theory and practical exercises shows how students can use their new gained knowledge to make an impact on their surroundings. This sparks innovation and creativity, which are the most important mechanisms to motivate students and propel projects.
My educational experience starts from January 2020 and have been both teaching and supervising projects:
- 10 ECTS: First semester MSc in Power Electronics project supervising
- The students are making an 48V high current inverter to drive a 5kW PMSM machine as to drive a go-cart
- 10 ECTS: Second semester BSc in Electrical Power Engineering project supervising
- Quality measurement of grid and spectral analysis of voltage waveforms
- 5 ECTS: Fourth semester BSc in Product Development and Innovation in Sensors and Electronics
- Teaching within electronics both analogue and digital, types of sensors and how to use them
- 10 ECTS: Second Semester BSc in Physics and Technology on Digital Electronics and Programming
- Co-teaching and responsible for µC programming in C
I have a background as an electrician, studied BSc Power Engineer from Aarhus University, worked for Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy in Brande for almost 5 years as an electromechanical intern and engineer. I took my MSc in Power Electronics from University of Southern Denmark.