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Engineering Tripos, Part IIB, 2004-05: Notice

The Faculty Board of Engineering give notice that the modules prescribed for the examinations to be held in 2004, and the mode of examination for each module, will be as follows:

  Number and title of module Set Mode of examination
Group A:
Energy, fluid mechanics,
and turbomachinery
4A1Nuclear power engineeringL6Exam and course-work
4A2Computational fluid dynamicsM2Course-work
4A3Turbomachinery IM7Exam and course-work
4A4Aircraft stability and controlM9Course-work
4A5 Internal Combustion engines M5 Course-work
4A6Flow induced sound and vibrationM3 Exam
4A7Aerodynamics L10 Course-work
4A8Environmental fluid mechanicsM4Exam
4A10Flow instabilityL4 Exam
4A11Turbomachinery IIL8Exam and course-work
Group B:
Electrical engineering
4B2Power electronics and applicationsL9Exam
4B5Nanotechnology M10Exam and course-work
4B6Solid state devices and chemical/biological sensors L3Exam
4B7VLSI design, technology, and CADM2Exam and course-work
4B8Electronic system design M8Exam and course-work
4B10Optoelectronic technologiesL1Exam and course-work
4B11Photonic systemsM9 Exam
4B13Electronic sensors and instrumentationM6Exam
4B14Solar-electronic power: generation and distributionM5 Exam and course-work
4B15Advanced telecommunications networks (subject to staff availability)L4Exam and course-work
4B17 Photonics of molecular materialsL10Exam
4B18Advanced electronic devicesL8Exam
Group C:
Mechanics, materials, and design
4C1Design against failureL8Exam
4C2Designing with composites M3Exam and course-work
4C3Electrical and nano materialsM6Exam
4C4Design methodsM1Exam and course-work
4C5Design case studiesL5Course-work
4C6Advanced linear vibrationM4Exam and course-work
4C7Random and non-linear vibration M8Exam and course-work
4C8Applications of dynamicsL1Exam and course-work
4C9Continuum mechanicsM7Exam and course-work
4C14Mechanics of biological systemsL6Exam
4C15MEMS: designL2Exam and course-work
Group D:
Civil, structural, and environmental engineering
4D1Petroleum engineeringM1Exam and course-work
4D2Lightweight structuresM6Course-work
4D4Ground engineeringL3Course-work
4D5Foundation engineering L5Exam and course-work
4D6Dynamics in civil engineeringL2Exam and course-work
4D7Concrete and masonry structuresM2Exam and course-work
4D8Pre-stressed concreteL10Exam and course-work
4D10Structural steelwork M8Exam and course-work
4D11Building physicsL-Exam and course-work
4D14Contaminated land and waste containment M5Exam and course-work
4D15Sustainable water engineering L4Course-work
4D16Construction and managementM11Exam and course-work
Group E:
Management and manufacturing
4E1Technological innovation: research and and practiceM-Course-work
4E4Management of technologyM- Course-work
4E5International business economicsL-Course-work
4E6Accounting and financeM-Exam
4E7Enterprise and business development L- Course-work
4E8Design and management of manufacturing systems M- Course-work
4E9Quantitative developments in operations managementL-Course-work
4E11Strategic managementL-Course-work
Group F:
Information engineering
4F1Control system designM7Exam and course-work
4F2Robust multivariable controlL4Exam and course-work
4F3Non-linear and predictive controlL5Exam
4F5Digital communicationsL8Exam
4F6Signal detection and estimationL2Exam
4F7Digital filters and spectrum estimationM8Exam
4F8Image processing and image codingM10Exam
4F9Medical imaging and 3D computer graphicsL9Exam
4F10Statistical pattern processingM3Exam
4F11Speech processingM4Exam
4F12Computer vision and roboticsM9Exam
Group I:
Imported Modules
4I1Real options for engineering systems (TP6)M- Course-work
4I3Distribution networks: economics, market structures, and strategies (TP5)M-Course-work
4I4The political economy of technology policy (TP7) L-Course-work
4I5Introduction to technology and policy (TP1) M-Course-work
4I7Key methods in technology policy (TP3) L-Course-work
Group M:
Multidisciplinary modules
4M9Surveying field courseLV Course-work
4M1 FrenchL7Course-work
4M2 GermanL7Course-work
4M3 SpanishL7Course-work
4M6Materials and processes for microsystems (MEMS)M-Exam and course-work
4M12 Partial differential equations and variational methodsL6Exam
4M13Complex analysis and optimizationM1Exam
4M14 Sustainable development M-Course-work
Group R:
Research modules
available to certain
5R1Stochastic processes and optimization methodsL-Course-work
5R5Advanced experimental methods in geomechanicsM-Course-work
5R11Applications in MEMSL-Course-work


Sets for 2003-04


Candidates when choosing modules for examination may not offer two or more modules from any one of the following numbered sets.

No candidate who offered any module for Part IIA may again offer the same module for Part IIB.

Group R modules are restricted to candidates who have been classed with a First in Part IIA of the Engineering Tripos or in the Electrical and Information Sciences Tripos Part I; candidates may not offer more than one module from this group.

Michaelmas Term

Set. No Title
M14C4Design methods
Shared with IIA4D1Petroleum engineering
4M13Complex analysis and optimization
M24A2Computational fluid dynamics
4D7Concrete and masonry structures
4F3Non-linear and predictive control
M34A6Flow induced sound and vibration
4C2Designing with composites
4F10Statistical pattern processing
M44A8Environmental fluid mechanics
4B17Photonics of molecular materials
4C6Advanced linear vibration
4F11Speech processing
M54A5Internal combustion engines
4B14Solar-electronic power generation and distribution
4D14Contaminated land and waste containment
M64C3Electrical and nano materials
4D2Lightweight structures
M74A3Turbomachinery I
4C9Continuum mechanics
4F1Control system design
M84B8Electronic system design
4C7Random and non-linear vibration
4D10Structural steelwork
4F7Digital filters and spectrum estimation
M94A4Aircraft stability and control
4B11Photonic systems
4F12Computer vision and robotics
4D4Ground engineering
4F8Image processing and image coding
Shared with IIA
4D16Construction and management

Lent Term

L14B10Optoelectronic technologies
 4C8Applications of dynamics
L24C15MEMS: design
4D6Dynamics in civil engineering
4F6Signal detection and estimation
4B6Solid state devices and chemical/biological sensors
L44A10Flow instability
4B15Advanced telecommunications networks
4D15Sustainable water engineering
4F2Robust multivariable control
L54C5Design case studies
4D5Foundation engineering
4B7VLSI design, technology, and CAD
with IIA
4A1Nuclear power engineering
4C14Mechanics of biological systems
4M12Partial differential equations and variational methods
L84A11Turbomachinery II
4B18Advanced electronic devices
4C1Design against failure
4F5Digital communications
L94B2Power electronics and applications
4C12Wave propagation
4F9Medical imaging and 3D computer graphics
4B13Electronic sensors and instrumentation
4D8Pre-stressed concrete


L4D11Building physics (shared with IIA)
M4E1Technological innovation: research and practice
M4E4Management of technology
L4E5International business economics
M4E6Accounting and finance (shared with IIA)
L4E7Enterprise and business development
M4E8Design and management of manufacturing systems
L4E9Quantitative techniques in operations management
L4E11Strategic management
M4M6Materials and processes for microsystems (MEMS)
LV4M9Surveying field course
M4M14Engineering for sustainable development
L4I1Real options for engineering systems (TP6)
M4I3Distribution networks: economics , market structures, and strategies (TP5)
L5R1Stochastic processes and optimization methods
M5R5Advanced experimental methods in geomechanics
L5R11Applications in MEMS

NOTES: M = Michaelmas, L = Lent, LV = Long Vacation

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Cambridge University Reporter 16 June 2004
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