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Course syllabus 1_DET_D - History of Technology (FA - SS 2018/2019)


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University: Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava
Faculty: Faculty of Architecture
Course unit code: 1_DET_D
Course unit title: History of Technology
Mode of delivery, planned learning activities and teaching methods:
lecture2 hours weekly (on-site method)

 
Credits allocated: 2
 
Recommended semester/trimester: Design - bachelor (compulsory), 8. semester
Level of study: 1.
Prerequisites for registration: none
 
Assesment methods:
To obtain credits is necessary to fulfil adequately all of the conditions and get at least 56 % of the points in the overall sum of chargeable components. The resulting evaluation is according to the classification scale of the study procedure of the FA STU
After the study of main phases of technologies the students should create their own special projects from the history of technology which would be elaborated in their future engineering projects, the influence of history of technology on exact (technical) sciences.
 
Learning outcomes of the course unit:
1. Dual object history history of technology: 1 From the beginnings of technology - Seven sources: human, natural, drives, territorial, communication, financial 2 A hypothetical history of technology and possible future to the past history of technology. (allowance 2/0)
a. The introduction to the course: The importance of the history of technology, its connection to the studying of the subject, its place in the history of historiography, recommended secondary reading, the history of fo
unding the technical museums in the world and in Slovakia, the importance of knowing the museums in our neighbourhood and anywhere in the world, the porfolio of a student- the importance of the appropriate presentation of oneself. Technical monuments in one's environment. The preconditions for the development. The first tools and machines. The neolitical revolution. The beginning of agriculture and the first constructions of man. The first materials - technology of their processing
b. The beginning of the machine production, the industrial revolution in England, machanization of of textile industry. J. Watt and his predecessors in invention of a steam engine (differences), the invention of a design and proto-systemic drawing. Iron as an industrial material ain different cultural backrounds. The development of the machines (machining tools?), the beginning of the chemical industry.
c. The technology of 19th/20th century until the end of WW I: wireless telegraphy, cinematography, the research of the catodal radiation and radioactivity (Rontgen, Becquerel, Curie), the beginning of the motorised, progress in chemistry, armament technology
d. The development of technology since WW II: the use of nuclear energy, rocket technology, development of electronics, computer technology, internet, cybernetics, automation and robotic automation, teechnology in medicine, modernization of the means of transport, new materials, technology and the environment, energy costs of a modern world, the relation of science to the arts and technology.

 
Course contents:
a.The introduction to the course: The importance of the history of technology, its connection to the studying of the subject, its place in the history of historiography, recommended secondary reading, the history of fo
unding the technical museums in the world and in Slovakia, the importance of knowing the museums in our neighbourhood and anywhere in the world, the porfolio of a student- the importance of the appropriate presentation of oneself. Technical monuments in one's environment. The preconditions for the development. The first tools and machines. The neolitical revolution. The beginning of agriculture and the first constructions of man. The first materials - technology of their processing
b.The beginning of the machine production, the industrial revolution in England, machanization of of textile industry. J. Watt and his predecessors in invention of a steam engine (differences), the invention of a design and proto-systemic drawing. Iron as an industrial material ain different cultural backrounds. The development of the machines (machining tools?), the beginning of the chemical industry.
c.The technology of 19th/20th century until the end of WW I: wireless telegraphy, cinematography, the research of the catodal radiation and radioactivity (Rontgen, Becquerel, Curie), the beginning of the motorised, progress in chemistry, armament technology
d.The development of technology since WW II: the use of nuclear energy, rocket technology, development of electronics, computer technology, internet, cybernetics, automation and robotic automation, teechnology in medicine, modernization of the means of transport, new materials, technology and the environment, energy costs of a modern world, the relation of science to the arts and technology


 
Recommended or required reading:
Basic:
PATURI, F R. Kronika techniky. Bratislava : Fortuna Print, 1993. 654 p. ISBN 80-7153-065-4.
POTOČAN, J. Filozofia vedy a techniky. Bratislava : STU v Bratislave, 1995. 125 p. ISBN 80-227-0766-X.
PAUKOV, M. Koexistencia slohového a nového aktuálneho umenia ako faktor dialógu kultúr v procese globalizácie. In HERETIKOVÁ, K. Človek a jeho spoločnosť pod tlakom globalizácie: medzinárodné kolokvium organizované Katedrou humanitných vied Stavebnej fakulty STU. Bratislava, 24.10. 2013. Bratislava : Nakladateľstvo STU, 2013, p. 69--72. ISBN 978-80-227-4084-5.
PAUKOV, M. Priestorové parametre humanitného vzdelávania na technikcých univerzitách. In Humanitné vzdelávanie na technických univerzitách: zborník vedeckých prác z medzinárodného kolokvia. Bratislava, SR, 29. 11. 2016 [elektronický zdroj]. 1st ed. Bratislava : Slovenská technická univerzita v Bratislave, 2016, p. 116--123. ISBN 978-80-227-4637-3.
PAUKOV, M. Synchronizácia Európy v globalizovanom svete. In HERETIKOVÁ, K. Ekonomika a spoločnosť a ich premeny v procese globalizácie [elektronický zdroj]: zborník vedeckých prác. Medzinárodné kolokvium organizované Katedrou humanitných vied Stavebnej fakulty STU. Bratislava, 25.10. 2012. Bratislava : Nakladateľstvo STU, 2012, p. 55--61. ISBN 978-80-227-3827-9.
PAUKOV, M. Tak blízko a tak ďaleko - tak ďaleko a tak blízko. European Journal of Media, Art & Photography, 1. p. 52--57. ISSN 1339-4940.

 
Language of instruction: slovak
 
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Courses evaluation:
Assessed students in total: 80

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Name of lecturer(s): doc. Ing. Branislav Jelenčík, ArtD. (person responsible for course) - slovak
PhDr. Marián Paukov, CSc. (examiner, lecturer) - slovak
Mgr. art. Zuzana Waszczuková (examiner, lecturer) - slovak
 
Last modification: 15. 5. 2018
Supervisor: doc. Ing. Branislav Jelenčík, ArtD. and programme supervisor


Last modification made by Róbert Tichý on 05/15/2018.

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