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Engineering Education & Research Seminar

EERS

 

National Instruments equips engineers and scientists, across industries and academia, with tools that accelerate research and innovation. NI provides easy-to-use software and reconfigurable hardware platforms that enables both academicians & researchers in their teaching & research interests. These tools can be used for providing a hands-on, experiential learning to students and also for implementing research ideas faster.

If you missed out the Engineering Education & Research Seminar, explore the latest innovative technologies that equip students with skills to succeed in research & industry. With live demos, videos and presentations, we covered the following topics:

 

Key Highlights

  • Graphical System Design
    • Role of Software defined hardware systems in research and teaching
  • Exploring Data Acquisition & Signal processing using LabVIEW
  • An integrated approach to teach Circuits & Electronics
    • Theory -> Simulation -> Implementation -> PCB
  • Prototyping Control Systems, Mechatronics & Robotics Applications
  • Software Defined Radio – Applications in Teaching & Research
  • Power Systems, Electrical Machines & Power Electronics – Teaching & Research
  • Measurement & Instrumentation
  • Other Data Acquisition & Control Applications
    • Structural Testing, Condition Monitoring, NVH Analysis and Engine Research

 

Event Details:

> Johannesburg

  • Date : March 7, 2017
  • Time : 08:30AM to 12:30PM
  • Venue: University of Johannesburg, School of Tourism and Hospitality, Kerzner Building, Auckland Park Bunting Road Campus, Bunting Road, Cottesloe, Johannesburg

> Cape Town

  • Date : March 9, 2017
  • Time : 08:30AM to 12:30PM
  • Venue: UCT Breakwater Lodge, Portswood Road, VNA Waterfront, Cape Town

     

    > Durban

     

    Who should attend ?

      • Faculty and research scholars from Electronics / Electrical / Instrumentation / Communication / Mechatronics / Biomedical branches will get the most out of this seminar.
      • Faculty and research scholars from Mechanical / Civil / Aerospace / Chemical / Physics branches having a requirement for data acquisition and control will also find the sessions valuable.