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ECE Paper Presentation Topics

Electronics engineering studies involves the study of electrons in order to develop devices and components which can use electricity for their source of energy. The electronics engineers find employment in various industries like security systems and communications systems. The ECE paper presentation topics are very important for students keen to share their knowhow and better their communication skills. These skills will not only benefit them throughout their course but even when they have completed their ECE courses.

  1. Bubble Power: Tiny bubbles imploded by sound waves can make hydrogen nuclei fuse- and may one day become a revolutionary new energy source.
  2. E-waste: Electronic waste or e-waste is any broken or unwanted electrical or electronic appliance and includes computers, entertainment electronics, mobile phones and other items that have been discarded by their original users.
  3. Robotic Balancing
  4. AFM ultrafast Imaging
  5. Advanced Mobile Presence Technology
  6. Advanced in DCS Systems
  7. Adaptive Multipath Detection
  8. Adaptive Active Phased Array Radars
  9. Active pixel sensor
  10. DSP Enhanced FPGA
  11. Supercapacitor is also known as electric double-layer capacitor (EDLC), super condenser, pseudo capacitor, electrochemical double layer capacitor, or ultracapacitors, is an electrochemical capacitor with relatively high energy density
  12. Paper battery is a flexible, ultra-thin energy storage and production device formed by combining carbon Nanotubes with a conventional sheet of cellulose-based paper. A paper battery acts as both a high-energy battery and supercapacitor, combining two components that are separate in traditional electronics.
  13. Brushless Motors
  14. Brain-computer interface
  15. Brain Gate
  16. Brain finger printing
  17. Bluetooth based smart sensor networks
  18. Eye gaze human – computer interface.
  19. Extreme ultraviolet lithography
  20. Evolution Of Embedded System
  21. Wireless network security: Wireless local area networks (WLANs) based on the Wi-Fi (wireless fidelity) standards are one of today’s fastest growing technologies in businesses, schools, and homes, for good reasons.
  22. Adaptive missile guidance using GPS: In the modern day theatre of combat, the need to be able to strike at targets that are on the opposite side of the globe has strongly presented itself. This had led to the development of various types of guided missiles. These guided missiles are self -guiding weapons intended to maximize damage to the target while minimizing collateral damage.
  23. Managing Security in Mobile Phones: Enterprises can capitalize on mobility to gain business advantages by connecting employees, customers, and partners.
  24. Electronic Road Pricing System
  25. Electronic humidity sensor
  26. Inverse Multiplexing over ATM
  27. Intrusion detection system
  28. Interactive  Voice Response System
  29. Intelligent RAM (IRAM)
  30. Intelligent transport.
  31. Intel express chipsets
  32. The Bluetooth Technology
  33. Bio Chip Informatics Technology for Electronic and Communication Engineering
  34. Polymer Light-Emitting Diodes (PLED)
  35. Blu-Ray Disc VS. HD-DVD
  36. Ultra Wideband Technology Creating a Wireless World
  37. Diamond – The Ultimate Semiconductor
  38. Parallel Logic Simulation of VLSI Systems
  39. Optical Computers: The Future of Technology
  40. Nano Wire Growth for Sensor Arrays
  41. Space Solar Power
  42. Nanotubes
  43. Pill Camera
  44. Biometric Voting System
  45. How Night Vision Works?
  46. Dvb-H Broadcast Mobile
  47. Concealed Weapon Detection Using Digital Image Processing
  48. Internet (Broadband) Over Electric Lines
  49. SOS Transmission
  50. Zigbee – A Wireless Mesh
  51. Wireless Capsule Endoscopy
  52. VLSI Logic Circuit Using Single Electron Transistor Set
  53. Sniffer for Mobile Phones
  54. Secure Symmetric Authentication For RFID Tags
  55. Wireless Battery Charger
  56. Strained Silicon
  57. Wireless Technologies, Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) & World Wide Interoperability for Microwave Access (Wi-max)
  58. Power Minimization Strategy in MOS Transistors Using Quasi-Floating-Gate
  59. Plastic Solar Cells: Implementation of Nanorod and Screen Printing Technology
  60. Plasmonics: “Vision for the Future”
  61. Satellite-Based Tsunami and Earthquake Early Warning System
  62. Speech Signal Analysis and Speaker Recognition by Signal Processing
  63. Bionic Hand: The objective of the work describe in this paper is to develop an artificial hand aimed at replicating the appearance and performance of the natural hand
  64. High speed mobile data: to improve the existing mobile networks greatly.
  65. Digital Theatre System (Digital cinema or d-cinema) is perhaps the most significant challenge to the cinema industry since the introduction of sound
  66. Cell phone jammer: A cell phone jammer is a device that emits signal in the same frequency range that cell phones use, effectively blocking their transmission by creating strong interferences.
  67. Fingerprint recognition: The fingerprints have been used as a mean for identifying individual for a long time because the fingerprints are unique and stay unchanged throughout an individual’s lifetime.
  68. Code Division: CDMA is one method for implementing a multiple access communication system. MULTIPLE ACCESS is a technique where many subscribers or local stations can share the use of the use of a communication channel at the same time or nearly so despite the fact originate from widely different locations.
  69. Bus Identification System: Many commercial products developed allow those with disabilities to substantially improve their quality of life. The use of these devices allows the user to experience the freedom of certain aspects of life such as mobility, communication and other fundamental tasks. The BEACON provides visually impaired persons (VIPs) the freedom to independently commute via public bus transportation.
  70. First Aid Android in Defense
  71. Two Level Cascaded Inverter with Elimination of Low Frequency Harmonics Using Micro Controller
  72. Industrial security system with alerts using auto dialer
  73. Ultrasonic Range Finder Using Microcontroller and paper presentation for ECE
  74. Global System for Mobiles
  75. Global Positioning System
  76. Genetic Programming
  77. Optimal Residential Load Control with Price Prediction in Real-Time Electricity Pricing Environments
  78. Design of Discrete Controller via a Formal Approach Order reduction Technique for Discrete Systems
  79. Artificial Neural Network Applied Economic Generation Scheduling and paper presentation for ECE
  80. Wireless Patient Heartbeat and Temperature Monitoring System
  81. Military Radars
  82. Microvia Technology
  83. Microphotonics
  84. Microfuel Cells
  85. Micro-fabricated Bio-sensors
  86. Packet Switching chips
  87. Packet Cable Network
  88. Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing
  89. Organic LED
  90. Organic electronics
  91. Remote energy metering
  92. Real-Time Obstacle Avoidance
  93. Real Time Speech Translation
  94. Virtual Surgery
  95. Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)
  96. Virtual retinal display (VRD) Technology
  97. Virtual Reality
  98. U3 Smart Technology
  99. Turbo codes.
  100. Tunable lasers