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2020 22nd European Conference on Power Electronics and Applications (EPE'20 ECCE Europe)

Energy conversion and conditioning technologies, power electronics, adjustable speed drives and their applications, power electronics for smarter grid, energy efficiency,technologies for sustainable energy systems, converters and power supplies


2020 IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE)

The Frontiers in Education (FIE) Conference is a major international conference focusing on educational innovations and research in engineering and computing education. FIE 2019 continues a long tradition of disseminating results in engineering and computing education. It is an ideal forum for sharing ideas, learning about developments and interacting with colleagues inthese fields.


2020 IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON)

The IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON) 2020 is the eleventh in a series of conferences that rotate among central locations in IEEE Region 8 (Europe, Middle East and North Africa). EDUCON is one of the flagship conferences of the IEEE Education Society. It seeks to foster the area of Engineering Education under the leadership of the IEEE Education Society.


2020 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting (PESGM)

The Annual IEEE PES General Meeting will bring together over 2900 attendees for technical sessions, administrative sessions, super sessions, poster sessions, student programs, awards ceremonies, committee meetings, tutorials and more


IECON 2020 - 46th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society

IECON is focusing on industrial and manufacturing theory and applications of electronics, controls, communications, instrumentation and computational intelligence.


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IEE Colloquium 'Computer Based Learning in Electronic Education' (Digest No.1995/098)

IEE Colloquium on Computer Based Learning in Electronic Education, 1995

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A new direction or class assistance during laboratory sessions

IEEE Instrumentation & Measurement Magazine, 2003

Experimental training for undergraduate students in electric and electronic engineering courses must take advantage of emerging technologies. PC-based measurement systems, as well as, virtual instruments are very useful for beginners, which help test theoretical knowledge, carry out useful self- training, and acquire basic hands-on experience with problems arising in real- world experimental trials. Still, training with real instruments in a ...


Development, implementation, and assessment of a web-based power electronics laboratory

IEEE Transactions on Education, 2005

A Web-based laboratory exercise with remote access is presented, through which a student of Electrical/Electronic Engineering is introduced in both a theoretical and practical way, to many fundamental aspects of power electronics. The system is flexible and can expand the range of laboratory exercises where full-scale laboratories are not feasible. In the electrical environment, limits can be placed on voltages ...


Integration of Microprocessors and FPGAs for the Education in Digital Systems Design

IECON 2006 - 32nd Annual Conference on IEEE Industrial Electronics, 2006

One of the fundamental objectives of industrial electronics engineering education must be to provide students with the ability to design control systems to be used in industry. Microprocessors, microcontrollers and DSPs are the core of many of these systems. On the other hand, configurable devices are used in an increasingly number of industrial applications, in many cases in conjunction with ...


Mechatronic experiments course design: a myoelectric controlled partial-hand prosthesis project

IEEE Transactions on Education, 2004

This paper describes a proposed laboratory project involving the design of a myoelectric-controlled partial-hand prosthesis to reinforce mechatronic education. The proposal focuses mainly on extract electromyogram (EMG) signals generated during contraction of the biceps. The EMG signals are first amplified and filtered by a laboratory-designed electronic circuit and then reprocessed using a microcontroller to drive the servomotor so that the ...


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  • IEE Colloquium 'Computer Based Learning in Electronic Education' (Digest No.1995/098)

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  • A new direction or class assistance during laboratory sessions

    Experimental training for undergraduate students in electric and electronic engineering courses must take advantage of emerging technologies. PC-based measurement systems, as well as, virtual instruments are very useful for beginners, which help test theoretical knowledge, carry out useful self- training, and acquire basic hands-on experience with problems arising in real- world experimental trials. Still, training with real instruments in a laboratory can provide students the necessary experience in measurement procedures and basic expertise in the design of measurement systems. Great efforts must be made in the development of new methodologies and tools able to fit the requirements of classes involved in experimental sessions. Advanced technologies can support the development of highly featured and capable laboratory sessions. As an example, the client-server tool presented in this article represents a partial result of a step-by-step ongoing work, which includes a suitable software interface and circuits that will be used to carry out classical experiments. The system has proved to be very useful for the experimental training of undergraduates and they can use it by themselves through a user-friendly interface. Moreover, the laboratory is available for greater lengths of time and can solve the problem of the lack of an adequate number of tutors.

  • Development, implementation, and assessment of a web-based power electronics laboratory

    A Web-based laboratory exercise with remote access is presented, through which a student of Electrical/Electronic Engineering is introduced in both a theoretical and practical way, to many fundamental aspects of power electronics. The system is flexible and can expand the range of laboratory exercises where full-scale laboratories are not feasible. In the electrical environment, limits can be placed on voltages and currents for safety reasons. Prelaboratory investigations allow students to take an active involvement in the learning process by addressing some challenging and critical aspects of the design before approaching the physical system. Further understanding is gained by studying the circuit in a Web-based, interactive power electronics seminar (iPES) by simulating the circuit using PSpice and then analyzing the control and feedback issues with MATLAB. In the final stage, a real power converter is tested remotely over the Web, and the cycle of design, simulation, and test is completed using Web-based tools.

  • Integration of Microprocessors and FPGAs for the Education in Digital Systems Design

    One of the fundamental objectives of industrial electronics engineering education must be to provide students with the ability to design control systems to be used in industry. Microprocessors, microcontrollers and DSPs are the core of many of these systems. On the other hand, configurable devices are used in an increasingly number of industrial applications, in many cases in conjunction with microprocessors. Therefore, it is interesting to address the education of digital systems design through the joint and complementary use of both types of devices. This paper presents the application of this approach to an advanced course on digital design at University of Vigo. Both methodological and practical issues are discussed

  • Mechatronic experiments course design: a myoelectric controlled partial-hand prosthesis project

    This paper describes a proposed laboratory project involving the design of a myoelectric-controlled partial-hand prosthesis to reinforce mechatronic education. The proposal focuses mainly on extract electromyogram (EMG) signals generated during contraction of the biceps. The EMG signals are first amplified and filtered by a laboratory-designed electronic circuit and then reprocessed using a microcontroller to drive the servomotor so that the designed prosthesis can be properly controlled. The project introduces students to component-level and system-level design and exposes them to the integration of a microcontroller, electronic circuits, sensors, and prosthesis mechanisms. Moreover, since the project results in a working prosthesis, student enthusiasm for mechatronic education increases, and they see its relevance to the field in applied engineering. Implementation of the laboratory project within the curriculum has been demonstrated to be highly motivational and educational and has even helped to attract more students to study mechatronic applications.

  • Automated analysis of student solutions to design problems

    The Teaching and Learning Technology Programme (TLTP) Electronic Design Education Consortium (EDEC) project is developing computer based learning (CBL) material to assist in the teaching of electronics to electronic engineering and computer engineering undergraduate and taught postgraduate courses. This material is divided into four themes one of which concentrates on the teaching of system and high level design. The abstract nature of the concepts involved in design means that the teaching of design to students is traditionally a difficult task. Experience has shown that the most effective way to perform this is to set the students design problems which they must solve using the tools available. The students' lack of experience means that they will often make mistakes which will require demonstrator assistance to ensure that the exercise can be completed within an acceptable period of time. The CBL material being developed by the system and high level design theme of the EDEC project aims to replicate the standard learning environment while reducing the demands made on demonstrators.<>

  • An educational digital communications project using FPGAs to implement a BPSK detector

    With the recent advent of hardware description languages (e.g., Verilog or VHDL) and digital implementation for field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), substantial academic digital design projects become practicable. The time and effort to implement significant design projects may be undertaken without sacrificing the broad educational demands placed upon the modern engineering student. In the present paper, the design of an all-digital, binary-phase- shift-keying (BPSK) demodulator is described. The project details the design of the components (e.g., Booth multipliers and pseudorandom noise (PN) generators) and the simulation of the entire system. The entire system was designed using the Verilog hardware description language and implemented on an Altera 10-k FPGA device. This paper verifies that students are capable of accomplishing significant signal processing projects that provide educational benefits. Projects can readily be extended by developing several such projects across a class and then integrating distinct projects into more fully developed systems. The project described in This work is the design and simulation of a BPSK correlation detector.

  • An undergraduate microcontroller systems laboratory

    This paper discusses a course in microcontroller system design which was revised to facilitate improved student learning outcomes. The course aimed to develop design and technical skills, as well as communication and team management skills. A problem based learning (PBL) approach was taken, and the focus of the course was on the laboratory where the students worked on a major design project. Hardware was developed for the laboratory using the Motorola 68HC11 microcontroller which enabled the students to undertake a range of design activities. The students formed groups and were assigned a realistic design project to undertake over a semester. Evaluation of this course was obtained from students, staff and an external reviewer, and the results show that the revised course achieved its educational objectives.

  • DefSim - the educational integrated circuit for defect simulation

    The educational integrated circuit, DefSim, is described. This chip is dedicated to the development of students' skills in fault simulation and test pattern generation for digital circuits. It allows applying both voltage and current test methods and offers comparing of their efficiencies on basic digital circuit examples. DefSim was manufactured and its operation was verified experimentally.

  • A roadmap for an integrated undergraduate industrial electronics design program

    Sweeping changes in technology require that education be now more than ever flexible enough to harness the young graduates with the necessary professional skills they will be required to have in the future. This paper proposes a "roadmap for an undergraduate industrial electronic design program" which the learners will be using throughout the four years of study. It is hoped that an integrated project based learning approach will better motivate the learners to go deeper into the wonderful world of modern technology.



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