Latest and best seminar topic for electronics?

You can check out IEEE Explore (Google it). The majority of papers that are published on this site are great for topics for seminars. However, you may not be able to read certain papers in full or download the full text unless you hold the IEEE membership. If that is the case, just take the name of the paper and the serial number: Search it on Google and you will download the exact identical articles in PDF formats from different websites.

I also want to remind you that it is difficult to comprehend IEEE papers in one go while reading. If you’ve chosen your topics for your seminar, make sure you choose one IEEE paper, and then have some other papers (The similar topic) to look up. This will assist you in understanding the paper more.

I’ve included some examples below, which I found interesting

Life Detection System based on the L and S Band Microwaves

The “Life detection system: Based upon L as well as S microwave bands” is a brand new, advanced embedded system designed to identify the human remains buried beneath debris or rubble from earthquakes. “Thousands of people were killed in the aftermath of an earthquake”. These aren’t headlines in the newspapers but the daily news that we sees whenever they go through a newspaper or look over the news on TV. With the advancing embedded systems, microprocessors and embedded systems making sure that no one dies and offering security measures that are safe and secure. Through the introduction of this system the rate of death in the world will reduce to a lesser extent, as the majority of deaths occur because of earthquakes. The benefits of microwave signals can be completely used for the system.The bands of microwaves L and S are utilized for this purpose to determine the existence of the body.

Lasers for Nuclear Fuels

Laser enrichment has been the subject of intense interest for a while. They could be a third-generation technology that promises less energy consumption, lower cost of capital and lower tails assays which means significant economic benefits. One of these technologies is fully commercially ready. Lasers are classified into two types: molecular and atomic.

Thunderbolt – A Superfast I/P – O/P Technology

Thunderbolt was born in Intel Labs with a simple idea to create an extremely quick input/output technology that almost anything can be connected to. Through close collaboration between Intel with Apple, Thunderbolt emerged from the lab and made its appearance on Mac computers. Intel invented USB as well as PCI Express, which have been widely used as technology to transfer data. Apple created FireWire and was the primary factor in promoting USB. Their combined experience has made Thunderbolt an extremely powerful and most flexible I/O technology on personal computers.

Sensors optimized to support 3D Digitalization

Digital 3D imaging could benefit from the advancements in VLSI technology to make it easier to implement in a wide range of areas, such as visual communication as well as industrial automation. High-resolution 3D pictures can be captured using laser-based systems for vision. By using this method, the 3D information is largely insensitive to background light and the surface’s texture. The complete images of surfaces with no features to the human eye , or the video camera could be produced. Intelligent digitizers are capable of measuring accurately , and simultaneously 3D and colour.

High Altitude Aeronautical Platforms:

High Altitude Aeronautical Platform Stations (HAAPS) is the title of a technique that provides broadband and wireless telecom services, as well as broadcasting services via airships or aircrafts. The HAAPS operate at altitudes ranging from 3 and 22 kilometers. A HAAPS is capable of covering a service area of up to km, based on the maximum angle of elevation that is acceptable from the location of the user. The platforms could be aircrafts and airships (essentially balloons) and could be manned or unmanned and operate autonomously and remote control from ground. The term “HAAPS” refers to a solar powered and unmanned airship or airplane capable of sustaining long duration on-stations, possibly for up to a few years.

Energy Transmission System for Artificial Heart (Medical Electronics)

The artificial heart currently being used, just like the original heart it is meant to replace has four chambers. It is an machine that pumps blood. These devices for electrical circulatory assistance like total artificial hearts (also known as ventricular assist) usually make use of a brushless DC motor to pump blood. They require 12 to 35 Watts to operate , and can be powered by a small battery pack as well as a dc-dc converter.

Fiber Bragg Gratings

Fiber-optic communications is a method of transmitting data from one location to another through the transmission of light pulses via an optical fiber. The light is an electric carrier, which is modulated to transmit information. The primary advantages of fiber is its incredibly low loss, which allows the long distance between amplifiers and repeaters; and its naturally high capacity for data transmission so it is that thousands of electric connections are required to replace a single high-speed fiber cable. Another advantage for fibers is when they are used in conjunction with each other over long distances, they have virtually no crosstalk unlike other types of transmission lines that use electricity.

Skinput Technology

The latest devices that have significant computing power and capabilities can be carried around within our body. However, their dimensions typically result in small spaces for interaction (e.g. tiny screens buttons, screens, and Jog wheels) which in turn reduces their usefulness and efficiency. As one can’t simply expand the size of screens and buttons without losing the main benefit of their small dimensions, it is necessary to think about other ways to improve interactions on small mobile devices.

Artificial Retina by Using Thin Film Transistors

Artificial retinas have been a long-standing goal to restore sight for those who have difficulty seeing. Recently, synthetic retinas utilizing external cameras, stimulus electrodes and three-dimensional large scale integrations (LSIs) are being designed for patients who suffer from retinitis pigmentosa as well as muscle degeneration due to age. In this presentation we will talk about the possibilities of creating artificial retinas made of TFTs, or thin-film transistors (TFTs) that can be constructed on flexible and transparent substrates. Electronic photo circuits and devices are embedded in the artificial retina. The artificial retina is implanted on the inner layer of the live retina in the back of the human eyeballs. Additionally, a wireless power source is used to power the device. This allows for the elimination of wiring for connection and create fully artificial organs inside to enhance the quality of living.

The integration of the Spin-RAM Technology within Integrated Circuits

This ECE seminar we present a brand new non-volatile FPGA circuit that is based in Spin-RAM technology (Spin Transfer Torque Magnetisation Switching RAM) the latest technology of MRAM (Magnetic RAM). The Spin-RAM-based FPGA circuit is able to process the information with low power consumption and at rapid speed. All the data processed is saved forever in the distributed Spin-RAM memory. This is a in this non-volatile FPGA model, MTJs (Magnetic Tunnel Junction) serve for storage.

I hope this helps 🙂

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