Course material will be available in Moodle. Additional book: Papermaking science and technology. Book 20, Biorefining of forest resources. The book is available through ForestBioFacts learning environment.
Distance - and contact teaching, lecture tasks, home assignments, group work, preliminary assignments, visiting lecturers and an exam. An excursion might also be arranged.
Grading is based on lecture tasks, home assignments, group work, preliminary assignments and an exam.
Exam is a compulsory part of the course: 75%
Home assignments and group work are also a compulsory part of the course: 25%
Preliminary assignments for visiting lecturers and lecture tasks earn you extra points.
30.08.2021 - 16.12.2021
10.06.2021 - 10.09.2021
Degree Programme in Bioproduct and Process Engineering, students who began in 2014-2018
TAMK Main Campus
Visiting lecturers from companies involved in biorefining business.
International study group.
Lectures: around 32 hours
Independent work: 49 hours
The student needs to get at least 40% of the maximum total points to pass the course.
Student manages the assigned tasks under supervision. The student demonstrates weak knowledge in the exam and/or some of the course activities are missing.
Student is able to combine information from different sources and make conclusions. The student demonstrates good activity and knowledge during the course. The student works responsibly as a group member.
Student can combine information from different sources and make excellent conclusions of various topics. The student is very active during the lectures and the assignments are very well prepared. Student demonstrates own thinking and capabilities on drawing conclusions.
Student works responsibly and in a committed manner considering the community and deadlines. Student utilizes the possibility to learn during the lectures by visiting lecturers and demonstrates excellent knowledge in the exam.