Paper Presentation Topics for EEE

Students of electrical and electronics engineering must choose topics for EEE paper presentations. These papers are seminars which form an integral part of the student curriculum. Being able to select the best seminar topic is therefore significant not only from a purely academic perspective, but also from a knowledge perspective. The topics you research on when presenting your paper helps you gain in-depth understanding of the topic and makes you confident about discussing it in front of others.

100 Paper Presentation Topics for EEE Students | Major Walter Nowotny
  1. Intellectual Camera Unit
  2. Using Theory of Bio-Metrics
  3. Embedded NDE with Piezoelectric Wafer-Active Sensors Aerospace Application
  4. Digital Jewelry Made Possible Using Wireless Communication
  5. Composite Insulators
  6. Commercial Service Load Calculations
  7. Cluster Meter System
  8. Ceramic Servomotors
  9. Building Control Circuits
  10. Brushless Servomotor
  11. Brushless Motors
  12. Brushless Alternators
  13. Broadband Over Power Lines (BPL)
  14. Wireless Communication IRIDIUM Satellite System (ISS)
  15. Unified Power Quality Conditioner: Unified power quality conditioners (UPQCs) allow the mitigation of voltage and current disturbances that could affect sensitive electrical loads while compensating the load reactive power. It aims at the integration of series-active and shunt-active power filters. The main purpose of a UPQC is to compensate for voltage imbalance, reactive power, negative sequence current and harmonics.
  16. Electromagnetic Brakes
  17. Electro wetting
  18. Electro heological Fluids
  19. Electricity From Ocean Waves
  20. Microcontroller Based Power Management System for Standalone Micro grids With Hybrid Power Supply
  21. Prepaid Energy Meter using Smart Cards: Prepaid Energy Meter using Smart Cards is an efficient scheme of electricity billing. It is beneficial to consumers and power plant in terms of revenue and power sector reforms.
  22. Superconducting Fault Current Limiter (SFCL): With the increase of electricity demand and change of concerning environment, the capabilities of renewable energy generation systems are being expanded.
  23. Speed Control of DC Motor Using TRIAC: DC motors are widely used in industry because of its low cost, less complex control structure and wide range of speed and torque.
  24. Artificial Hand Using Embedded System
  25. Applications of Nanotechnology in Electronics
  26. Advanced Wireless Communications
  27. Importance of Verichip in Electronics
  28. The Evolution and Improvement of the ARM Architecture
  29. Context Monitoring of a Patient Using Wireless Networks
  30. An Emerging Technology in Wireless Communications
  31. Fingerprint Identification and Its Advanced Applications
  32. Special electrical machines
  33. Recent trends in power generation and transmission
  34. Power system protection and control
  35. Power electronics & devices
  36. Hybrid electric vehicles
  37. Magneto Optic Current Transducer (MOCT): An accurate electric current transducer is a key component of any power system instrumentation. To measure currents power stations and substations conventionally employ inductive type current transformers with core and windings
  38. Solid state drives
  39. Solar mobile charger: It works on the principle that when light falls on the solar cell, electron -hole pairs are created in the n-type emitter and in the p-type base.
  40. Swing Power generators
  41. Supply Distribution Management
  42. Superconductivity
  43. Super Conducting Generator
  44. Substation Shielding, Ground Grid Design
  45. Substation Grounding
  46. Sub-Station Automation
  47. Sterling Radioisotope Generator (SRG)
  48. Medical Mirror: The ability to monitor a patient’s physiological signals by a remote, non-contact means is a tantalizing prospect that would enhance the delivery of primary healthcare.
  49. Static VAR compensator
  50. Standby Power Systems
  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. Solid Oxide Fuel Cell
  59. Solar Power Generation
  60. Solar Hybrid PVT Systems
  61. Solar Power Satellite
  62. Software Packages
  63. Written-Pole Technology
  64. White LED: The Future Lamp
  65. Wavelet Transforms
  66. Voltage Sag Analysis
  67. Trends in appliance Motors
  68. Thermal Imaging
  69. The latest trends in home technology
  70. The Global Voltage Regulation
  71. Terrestrial Photovoltaics (PVs)
  72. Telluri Current
  73. Distributed generation
  74. HDVC & FACTS
  75. Digital power electronics
  76. Power quality
  77. Home Electrical Device Control
  78. High voltage circuit breakers
  79. HalBach array
  80. Green power storage
  81. Gasifier power Storage
  82. Gas Insulated Powerhouse Stations
  83. Gas Insulated Substations
  84. Fuel Cells on Aerospace
  85. Silicon Memory: The limits of pushing storage density to the atomic scale are explored with a memory that stores a bit by the presence or absence of one silicon atom. These atoms are positioned at lattice sites along self-assembled tracks with a pitch of five atom rows. The memory can be initialized and reformatted by controlled deposition of silicon.
  86. Road Light Gateway: The gateway gathers the various sensor data from a road light device, and the data is transmitted into an energy management system.
  87. Bio Battery: The bio battery, which is based on mechanisms used in living organism, is not only friendly to the environment but also has great potential for use as an energy source.
  88. Solar Energy: Nowadays with increasing population and energy demands we should look for a renewable energy source. We need to remember that energy should not be the cause for pollution and other natural hazards. In this sense, solar energy is the best option for us.
  89. Surface Mount Technology: Surface-mount technology (SMT) is a method for making electronic circuits in which the components are mounted or placed directly onto the surface of printed circuit boards (PCBs).
  90. Mobile train radio communication: In this system, every mobile uses a distinct temporary radio channel to talk to the cell site. The cell site can communicate with multiple mobiles at the same time, using one channel per mobile. Channels use a pair of frequencies for communication. One for transmitting from the cell site, the forward link, and one frequency for the cell site to receive calls from the users, the reverse link.
  91. Embedded system in Automobiles: Almost every new car that rolls off the production line makes use of embedded technology in one form or the other. Most of the embedded systems in automobiles are rugged in nature, as they are typically made up of a single chip. Embedded systems can also make driverless vehicle control a reality. The better known car manufacturers are already engaged in work on this concept.
  92. Remote Access Service: Users connecting to the RAS services can do so through a modem; they can access not only that server, but also the entire network. Effectively, this equals to the same as local connection to the network, except that any type of data transfer runs significantly slower. You must choose connection options that are appropriate to your access needs, available support, and budget constraints.
  93. Adaptive Piezoelectric energy harvesting circuit
  94. Liquid Electricity
  95. Magneto hydrodynamic Power Generation Technology
  96. Narrowband Power line Communication
  97. On-Line Detection Of Shorts In Fields Of Turbine Generator Rotor
  98. Flywheel Energy Storage System
  99. Distribution System Relaying
  100. Electrolytic Hydrogen: A Future Technology for Energy Storage