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RESEARCH PROJECTS

Courses

Potential courses

Duration: 9 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 18 hours)
The LabVIEW Core 1 course introduces the LabVIEW environment, its features, dataflow programming and common LabVIEW architectures. This course is the fastest way to become productive with LabVIEW.
Duration: 6 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 12 hours)
The LabVIEW Core 2 course is an extension of the LabVIEW Core 1 course and teaches you to use common design patterns to successfully implement and distribute LabVIEW applications for research, testing and engineering at whole.
Duration: 6 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 12 hours)
The Data Acquisition and Signal Conditioning course teaches the fundamentals of PC-based data acquisition and signal conditioning.
Duration: 6 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 12 hours)
LabVIEW Core 3 introduces you to structured practices to design, implement, document, and test LabVIEW applications. This course focuses on developing hierarchical applications.
Duration: 8 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 16 hours)
The LabVIEW Real-Time 1 course delivers hands-on training for developing deterministic measurement and control systems.
Duration: 6 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 12 hours)
The LabVIEW Real-Time 2 course delivers hands-on training for designing scalable, maintainable, and reliable embedded applications.
Duration: 8 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 16 hours)
The LabVIEW FPGA course prepares you to design, debug, and implement efficient, optimized applications using the LabVIEW FPGA Module and reconfigurable I/O (RIO) hardware.
Duration: 8 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 16 hours)
Date: 
Wednesday, April 1, 2015 to Friday, May 1, 2015
The Multisim course teaches the fundamentals of the Multisim integrated capture and simulation design environment. At the end of the course, students can design and simulate a circuit that is ready for board layout and routing.
Duration: 6 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 12 hours)
The NI ELVIS (NI Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite) delivers a hands-on lab experience for engineering curriculum. NI ELVIS teaches concepts in circuits, micro controllers, controls, telecommunications, measurements, and power energy.
Duration: 5 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 10 hours)
The NI Ultiboard Basics: PCB Layout course introduces you to the Ultiboard environment. This course prepares you to transfer Multisim schematic net lists to Ultiboard and design a printed circuit board for export to production.
Duration: 8 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 16 hours)
The course teaches the fundamentals of machine vision, the components that make up a machine vision system, and the various resources for locating appropriate cameras, lenses, and lighting equipment.
Duration: 8 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 16 hours)
With National Instruments RF training courses, you learn fundamental RF concepts and measurements as well as how to develop applications using NI hardware and software tools.
Duration: 11 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 22 hours)
This course focuses on how to use PXI-based RF hardware and software. Topics will span from GPS, WLAN, MIMO, and cellular test to custom modulation formats and recommended programming practices for RF test.
Duration: 11 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 22 hours)
The NI USRP hardware and LabVIEW software combination offers students a unique and relevant opportunity to experiment with a wide range of real-world signals in introductory and digital communications laboratories.
Duration: 9 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 18 hours)
This course is designed as an instructor led and self study introduction to the control design process. This includes modeling, designing a controller, simulating a controller, and deploying a controller using LabVIEW, the Control Design Toolkit and the Simulation Module.
Duration: 8 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 16 hours)
The course is aimed at studying the questions of strengths of materials such as determination of the modulus of elongation and Poisson ratio, determination of stress under eccentric tension of a bar, determination of stress in a highly bent bar, determination of the modulus of shearing of a bar under torsion, study of strain-stress distribution in a bar under torsion and etc.
Duration: 5 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 10 hours)
The course includes two main sections: Operational Amplifiers and Power Electronics. The main parameters, properties and characteristics of operational amplifiers, DC and AC voltage and current generators are investigated.
Duration: 8 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 16 hours)
The course includes Analog Electronics and Digital Electronics sections. The descriptions and characteristics of analog and digital elements and units are given. The tools which make basics of electronics available are used.
Duration: 6 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 12 hours)
The course considers concept of Electrical Machines based on the work of DC Machine, Asynchronous Machine and Transformers. During these course participants have possibility to study different characteristics of Electrical Machine within combination of theoretical and practical fields.
Duration: 10 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 20 hours)
The course involves these sections: Power Quality Advanced Monitoring System, Microprocessor Relay Protection and Alternative Energy. The main issues such as power quality advanced monitoring in network, relay protection, solar and fuel cell energy are investigated.

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