Paper Presentation Topics for ECE

Electronic and communications engineering students are engaged in research, designing, development and the testing of electronic equipments which are applied in different communication systems. The electrical engineers allow us to enjoy so many modern communication devices like the cell phone or radio or TV. As students of ECE, you have to choose topics for research and paper presentations that interest or excite you. If you are passionate about a topic, you will make the extra effort to provide an in-depth analysis about it in your paper. You will also be in a position to speak more fluently on it and even answer to queries raised by your peers. It is important to understand the reach or scope of the topic you choose. When the topic selected is very popular, there may be other students who are likely to select the same topic. Therefore, it is better to devote some time to research to check with others about the uniqueness of the topic you have selected. The following are some interesting research areas which you can choose for a paper presentation in ECE:

100 Paper Presentation Topics for ECE Students | Major Walter Nowotny
  1. Multi-sensor fusion and integration is a rapidly evolving research area. Multi-sensor fusion and integration refers to the combination of sensory data from multiple sensors to provide more accurate and reliable information.
  2. Wearable sensors and systems have evolved to the point that they can be considered ready for clinical application.
  3. Electronic Road Pricing System
  4. Electronic humidity sensor
  5. Autonomous Cleaning Robot that will perform task like sweeping, vacuum cleaning, scrubbing in a single pass. All mechanisms will work simultaneously
  6. Agricultural Robotics is the logical proliferation of automation technology into bio-systems such as agriculture, forestry, green house and horticulture.
  7. Inverse Multiplexing over ATM
  8. Intrusion detection system
  9. Interactive Voice Response System
  10. Intelligent RAM (IRAM)
  11. Intelligent transport.
  12. Intel express chipsets
  13. Anti-sleep alarm for students: This circuit saves both time and electricity for students. It helps to prevent them from dozing off while studying, by sounding a beep at a fixed time interval, say, 30 minutes.
  14. The Bluetooth Technology
  15. Speaking I-Pods
  16. Space Quantum Cryptology
  17. Solid State RF Switches
  18. Solid State Lighting
  19. Solar Power Satellite
  20. Solar sails: A solar sail-powered spacecraft does not need traditional propellant for power, because its propellant is sunlight and the sun is its engine.
  21. Bio Chip Informatics Technology for Electronic and Communication Engineering
  22. Polymer Light-Emitting Diodes (PLED)
  23. Blu-Ray Disc VS. HD-DVD
  24. Ultra Wideband Technology Creating a Wireless World
  25. Digital Theatre System (Digital cinema or d-cinema) is perhaps the most significant challenge to the cinema industry since the introduction of sound
  26. 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.
  27. 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.
  28. 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.
  29. 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.
  30. Gi-Fi Technology: For many years, cables ruled the world. Optical fibers played a dominant role because of its higher bit rates and faster transmission.
  31. Transparent Electronics: Transparent electronics is an emerging science and technology field focused on producing invisible electronic circuitry and opto-electronic devices.
  32. Optical Fiber: Fiber-optic communication is a method of transmitting information from one place to another by sending pulses of light through an optical fiber.
  33. LED- based moving-message displays are becoming popular for transmitting information to large groups of people quickly.
  34. Blue Eyes Technology
  35. Virtual retinal display (VRD) Technology
  36. Virtual Reality
  37. Vertical Cavity surface Emission Lasers
  38. Vacuum Electronics For 21st Century
  39. The making of quantum dots.
  40. Terahertz Waves And Applications
  41. Terahertz Transistor
  42. Telestrator
  43. Teleportation
  44. Printed Memory Technology
  45. Printable RFID circuits
  46. Power over Ethernet
  47. Power of Grid Computing
  48. Neuroprosthetics
  49. Neural Networks
  50. Network Service Access Point (NSAP)
  51. Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) Network
  52. Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  53. Magnetic Resonance Force Microscopy(MRFM)
  54. Magnetic Amplifiers
  55. Low-density parity-check code
  56. Power less Illumination
  57. Digital Living Network Alliance-DLNA Technology
  58. Digital Micro-mirror Device
  59. Digital Photography
  60. Digital Steganography
  61. E-Paper Technology
  62. EUV Lithography
  63. Nanotechnology for Future Electronics
  64. Nanopolymer Technology
  65. Nanoimprint Lithography
  66. Surge Protection In Modern Devices
  67. Surface-Conduction Electron-Emitter Display (SED)
  68. Surface Mount Technology
  69. Subversion
  70. Brain-computer interface
  71. Broadcasting as a Communication Primitive in Intercommunication Networks
  72. Brushless Motors
  73. Business Process Execution Language (BPEC)
  74. Steganography In Images
  75. symmetric digital subscriber line
  76. Working of ATM
  77. A Fully Adaptive Approach to Smart Antennas
  78. Sniffer for Mobile Phones
  79. VLSI Logic Circuit Using Single Electron Transistor Set
  80. Speech Signal Analysis and Speaker Recognition by Signal Processing
  81. Matrix inversion generator architecture
  82. DSP based motor control
  83. Multi-core Processor Technology
  84. Cell phone Operated Home Automation System
  85. GSM Based Home Automation
  86. Automatic Dependent Surveillance
  87. Money Pad Future Wallet
  88. Hetero-junction Bipolar Transistors(HBTs)
  89. High Altitude Aeronautical Platforms
  90. High Capacity Flash Chips
  91. High performance Computing.
  92. HIPPI (HIgh Performance Parallel Interface)
  93. Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) Network
  94. Mesh Radio
  95. Optical Communications in Space
  96. Optical networking
  97. Organic electronics
  98. Plastic Electronics
  99. Intelligent Transport System
  100. Nuclear Fuels using lasers