This article will list some of the latest seminar topics for Electronics and Instrumentation and Electronics and Communication students. Seminars are a critical part of the curriculum, not only are they important from the academic point of view but also the knowledge point of view. We have provided you with a list of topics so you may choose the one that peaks your interest.
1: Working of MAGLEV trains:
In this topic, you can give a detailed explanation of the working principles of MAGLEV trains (derived from magnetic levitation). It is a system of train transportation, the fastest transportation concept, which works on the principle of electromagnetic conduction. Give a comparison between MAGLEV trains and conventional trains and give its advantages over conventional trains. The two types of technologies used are EMS (electromagnetic suspension) electro-dynamic suspension, explain both of them. Conclude by giving an account of the growth we may see in this particular field over time and its use.
2: How GPS (global positioning system) works:
The GPS uses a network of around 30 satellites orbiting the Earth and are used for tracking and locating your position with respect to your device the GPS is installed into, this could be your mobile, car etc. This topic is suggested for communication engineering. Explain the working of the GPS system, specifically the use of trilateration in calculating positions. Also give the applications of the GPS system, its advantages and what we can see from this sector in upcoming times.
3: AR (Augmented Reality) Technology:
Augmented Reality is used to turn the environment around you into a digital interface by placing virtual objects in the real world, in real time. You can explain how this technology works and how it can help to enhance our perceptions. Also explain its applications (gaming, entertainment, medicine etc.) and its components; specifically displays, tracking, orientation methods and the use of the software.
Nanotechnology refers to the manipulation of matter on an atomic, molecular and supramolecular scale. We still expect this field to grow rapidly in the future. Give a thorough introduction to nanotechnology and explain its history. Also, explain its use in the manufacturing of objects in a molecular scale and nanomaterials. Explain the bottom-up concept and the top-down concept in making devices on a small scale. Also, explain its applications and advantages.
5: Facial Recognition System and its Working:
A Facial Recognition System is capable of identifying and verifying a person from a digital image or video frame. This can even be used to detect a person from a large crowd and its use is seen in law enforcement agencies. Give the audience about how this tech works and how a person can be recognized with almost 99% accuracy. Also explain the different procedures such as vector template, local feature analysis, and surface texture analysis.
6: Working of Fingerprint Scanner:
Fingerprint Scanners are security systems based on biometrics. They detect the ridges on your finger to form a print which is used in identification. They are now used in laptops and mobiles too. Give an introduction to this technology, how it originated and its working. Also give the two types of the fingerprint scanner, optical scanner and capacitance scanner along with the advantages and disadvantages.
7: Working of 3-D TV:
The use of 3D is becoming more and more common, specifically in the entertainment industry. The 3D glasses used in watching movies made in 3D work by polarizing the images in each lens to give the eye an illusion of 3D. Explain its working, how it is different from 2D, explain the types of 3D TV (stereoscopic and autostereoscopic) and how it is to be developed in the future.
8: RedTacton Technology:
RedTacton is a type of wireless technology developed by Robin Gaur Jind that uses the surface of the human body as a safe, high-speed network transmission path. This concept is similar to the Bluetooth technology. Explain the features of this tech such as touch, media, broadband etc. Also, give its applications and compare it to other types of wireless technologies in use.
9: Smart Antennas:
Smart Antennas are adaptive antenna arrays that are designed with smart signal processing algorithms for use in digital wireless communications systems, specifically for higher efficiency. Explain the functioning of smart antennas, and beamforming, adaptive array antennas and phased array antennas and explain how it differs from conventional antennas. Also, give its advantages and disadvantages.
10: Lenticular Lens:
This is a new kind of technology. A lenticular lens is basically an array of magnifying lenses designed in such a way so when viewed from slightly different angles, different images are magnified. This originates from the idea of lenticular viewing. This gives the same effect as 3D viewing. Give its detailed explanation, working, concepts and list its advantages and applications.