The project "DILDIS - Distance Learning on Digital Systems" is a co-work of researchers and students of Tallinn University of Technology and Technical University of Ilmenau. It combines Tallinn University of Technology experience in the field of testing and diagnostics of digital microelectronics and the creation of training systems, and also Technical University of Ilmenau experience in the creation of interactive, communication-oriented learning modules in the area of digital systems, that were realized in the project "SANE" / 1/, / 2/.
The main goal of the "DILDIS" project is to create a web-based tutorial for the consolidation of course topics and for preparation for examinations and practical training. As a result of this project learning modules will be developed. These modules will be available over the Internet in several languages. The web pages contain a theoretical, a hyperlinked text part and an interactive, action based part for practical experiments in the form of Java Applets. The applets can be used also as independent modules.
General benefits of web-based training are:
|Raimund Ubar||General concept, coordination, promotion|
|Artur Jutman||Concept development, coordination, labs, promotion, dissemination, maintenance|
|Aleksander Sudnitson||Concept development, theoretical background, work organization, promotion|
|Sergei Devadze||Java Applets on Decomposition and RT Level Design & Test, site maintenance|
|Elmet Orasson||Java Applet on Test and Diagnostics|
|Ruslan Gorjachev||Java Applet on Boundary Scan, schematic & BDD editor|
|Vjacheslav Rosin||Java Applet on Boundary Scan, site maintenance|
|Alexei Levenko||Java Applets on Decomposition|
Java Applets on Decomposition
Exercises, site maintenance
Faculty of Informatics and Automation
Department of Integrated Hard- and Software Systems
+49 3677 2820
|Heinz-Dietrich Wuttke||Project management and methodology|
|Karsten Henke||Connection to the GIFT project|
|Todor Vangelov||Connection to the REASON project|
|Jürgen Schmidt||Technical Support|
The project was started in June 1999, being sponsored by the Thuringian Ministry for Science, Research and Culture.