Seminar Topics For Electronics Students & Professionals

This list contains short-listed top Seminar topics and guides which an Electronics Engineering Student or Professional which he/she can use to present in various Seminars, white Paper Presentations and institutes.

The list is as follows:

1. Microstrip Antenna

Microstrip antenna is one of the most popular types of printed antenna. These play a very significant role in today’s wireless communication systems. In this article, we have explained about microstrip antenna, their polarisation and radiation pattern, applications and upcoming trends.

2. Harvesting Radio Frequency Energy

Antennae are constantly transmitting energy around us. What if there was a way of harvesting radio frequency energy that is being transmitted constantly?

3. Solar-Powered Irrigation Systems

Solar-powered water pumping systems can find application in town water supply, livestock watering and irrigation. Solar-powered irrigation system is an application of solar-powered water pumping system used in paddy fields, gardens for watering the plants, vegetables, etc.

4. RFID Technology

RFID technology allows non-contact transfer of information (much like the familiar barcode), making it effective in manufacturing and other hostile environments where barcode labels could not survive. Take a look at how it works and what are its pros and cons.

5. 5G

Transition to 5G mobile communications is expected to include offloading traffic to unlicensed spectrum, improved carrier aggregation (up to 32 carriers), massive MIMO and support for a radio optimised for the low-end of the IoT market.

6. Li-Fi

Light Fidelity is a light-based Wi-Fi that can transmit data more swiftly, safely and securely, thereby holding immense potential for multiple domains.

7. 7nm IC Technology

Commercial production of 7 nm IC technology is still at a development stage even after being developed in early 2000. What are the challenges involved?

8. Frequency Spectrum Analysis

How does a frequency spectrum analysis take place? What are the parameters to consider while performing it? Check out now.

9. Watchdog Timer

A Watchdog Timer (WDT) is a hardware that contains a timing device and clock source. A timing device is a free-running timer, which is set to a certain value that gets decremented continuously. Let us know more about it.

10. E-waste Management

The aim of this article is to spread awareness about various issues involved in e-waste management and generation, particularly from Indian perspective.

11. Hall Effect Sensors

Hall effect sensors were first used as microwave power sensors. These now pervade everything from automobiles to computers to machine tools. Take a peek into the different types of Hall effect sensors.

12. Biomedical Sensors

Sensors are small, tiny and intelligent devices that are used to measure physical variables like temperature, humidity, gas, velocity, flow rate, pressure and so on. According to American National Standards Institute, a sensor is defined as a device that provides a usable output in response to a specified measure.

13. Microchip Implants

The RFID microchip is basically a tiny, two-way radio, roughly the size of a grain of rice, capable of storing digital information. The sub-dermal implant typically contains a unique 16-digit identification number that can be linked to the information contained in an external database, such as personal identification, law enforcement, medical history, medications, allergies and contact information.

14. E-Textiles

e-textiles are an important part of wearable computing. Also called ‘e-fabrics,’ these have various electronic components and interconnections woven into them for the desired functionality. Here is an overview of their design, usage and areas of research.

15. Assistive Electronics

Electronic devices have not only transformed the lifestyle of common people by providing comfort, security and entertainment, but have proved a boon for people with injuries or physical disabilities. This type of electronics is generally called assistive electronics.

16. DWDM Technology

Dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) is a promising transmission technology that can offer very high bandwidth capabilities in the range of terahertz. Such capabilities are possible due to transmission of a large number of high-speed channels simultaneously.

17. Wireless Charging Technology

With the widespread adoption of small, portable devices with batteries in need of constant recharging, people’s attention is turning to wireless power. Let us read more about wireless charging technology.

18. High-power microwaves

HPM weapon systems could be used to replace precision-guided munitions to disable or destroy high-value targets or installations located in populated areas with minimised risk of human casualties.

19. FPGA Design Flow

A step-by-step lowdown on the basic flow of FPGA designing for new design engineers.

20. Conformal Coating

Coating materials protect electronic assemblies against malfunctions or failures in robust operating conditions. Here is what kind of protection these materials provide, properties of coating materials and why they are in demand.