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INFORMATION BROCHURE

IEEE Graphic Era University Student Branch


Welcomes all Budding Engineers To participate in the 2012 IEEE GEU MINI PROJECT CONTEST
To hear is to forget, to see is to remember, to do is to understand.

(2012 IEEE GEU MPC) April 12-13, 2012 In the lush green campus of Graphic Era University Dehradun

The Advantage of Participating :

Participating in the leading innovative 2012 IEEE Mini Circuit Project Contest : Furthers your research skills. Opens new doors in pursuit of your educational and career objectives. Provides the opportunity to meet other students who share your interest in research. Allows you to talk with distinguished scientists. Offers you a chance to win IEEE Awards and IEEE Goodies.

Deadlines:
Final Project Report Proposal submission: Acceptance Notification: Final Project Submission: Presentation: 23rd Feb, 2012 28th Feb, 2012 12th April, 2012 May 2-7, 2012

Team composition:
NOTE: a) An ideal team consists of 3-4 members. b) No team consists of all boys or all girls candidate.

1) Not more than two members eligible based on Infosys Criteria. 2) Atleast One Accenture eligible. 3) Atleast One with Active Backlog or Non First Class.

2012 IEEE GEU MINI PROJECT CONTEST TOPICS

Extremely Important Instructions:


The Project must be: Be Economically Feasible. Availability of all the hardware/physical components and software parts are wholesome responsibility of students. Selection of projects is on the basis of First come First among below mentioned four groups. For any queries contact respective Assigned Seminar/ Project Faculty Members. Submit Hardcopy as well as Softcopy of Project Reports. Any new Innovative projects can be given extra advantage if it is unique of its kind. Preferably Renewable Energy Based Projects. Interdisciplinary Based Projects. Bio instrumentation Based Projects. Real -life Problem Based Projects.

GROUP A: Microcontroller Based Project Topics

1)Walking Stick with Heart Attack Detection 2)PIC Based Automatic Solar Radiation Tracker for Maximum Solar Energy 3)IVRS SYSTEM FOR INDUSTRIAL CONTROL 4)Design of a Voice Recorder using ADC Microcontroller 5)Microcontroller Based Cellular Voting Machine 6)Voice recorder using ADC and Microcontroller 7)Device Controlling Using Microsoft TAPI

GROUP B: List of Embedded Microcontroller Project Topics

1)Adaptive Lighting System for Automobiles 2)Traffic Priority for Ambulance 3)Distributed Control System 4)Distributed Input for Microcontroller 5)Distributed Output System. 6)Current Loop Modem Communication from MC to MC 7)Current Loop Modem Communication from MC to PC 8)Railway Helpline Display 9)Ultrasonic Alarm for Visually Impaired 10)Infrared USART For Microcontroller 11)DTMF Generation using Microcontroller 12)Data Logger With Graphics Display 13)Smart Beds 14)Remote RPM Data Logger 15)Soil Moisture Controller 16)Programmable Hopper Controller 17)Programmable Outgoing Barring System for Telephones 18)Servo Motor Speed Control using IR Remote 19)RC5 Decoder 20)Long Distanced Communication using IR 21)Programmable Wire Feeder For Welding Robots 22)High Precision Digital Timer 23)Temperature Data Logger 24)Programmable Serial Hub 25)Level Sensor With 4-20ma O/P

26)Ultrasonic Vibration Detector 27)Modular IR Remote Control For Industrial Automation 28)ECG Data Acquisition through IR 29)Networking Based on IR 30)Oscilloscope using Graphics LCD 31)Heart Beat Monitor And Recorder 32)RS 485 Extender 33)RS 485 Repeater 34)Remote Dish Positioning System 35)Mark Announcement System using Telephone 36)Glass Cutting Machine 37)Blood Dripping System 38)Telephone Operated Temperature Control System with Remote Control 39)Air Velocity Monitor 40)Monitoring System for UPS. 41)Security System for Remote Access using Telephone Line 42)Telephone Call Meter with Call Over Alarm 43)Prepaid Card for Call Taxi 44)Prepaid Cable Card System 45)Accident Alertness in Vehicles 46)UPS Monitoring System 47)Wire Less Communication From PC To C 48)Power Monitoring System for Motors 49)Motor Monitoring System (V,I,F, Temp, Pf) 50)Telephone Operated Remote Robot 51)Respiration Monitor 52)Moving Message 16 Character Display 53)EPROM Programmer 54)Complete Boiler Guard 55)FRC Meter 56)Servo Motor Speed Controller with Feedback 57)Weather Monitoring 58)Electronic Voting Machine

59)IR Data Analyzer 60)Wire Less communication From Pc To Pc 61)PC To PC communication Through Laser/IR 62)Stepper Motor controlled By Remote Control 63)Digital Code Locking System 64)Message Transfer System Through Telephone 65)Automatic Pumping System for Vehicles 66)Door Security System 67)Dish Positioning using Wiper Motor 68)Code lock for electrical devices 69)Noise and vibration detectors 70)Inbuilt protector for motors 71)Servo Motor Speed Controller 72)Fuel Gas Detection Robot In Remote 73)Temperature controlled System 74)Automatic Wheel Alignment Robot 75)Pc to Microcontroller communication Through USART. 76)Home Automation System 77)Input Water Sensing And Overhead Tank Filling System 78)Digital Panel System 79)Motor Speed Reverse, Jogging, Breaking And Plugging System 80)Digital Weight Analyzer for Weight Bridge 81)Automatic Bus Fair System 82)Digital Frequency Meter 83)Light Brightness control Depends Upon Sunlight Intensity 84)Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) 85)Automatic Panel System 86)I2C Based Sequential Logic System 87)I2C Based Storage Oscilloscope 88)I2C Based Temperature Recording System 89)I2C Based High Security Data Transmission 90)I2C EPROM Programmers 91)I2C Based Running Message System

92)I2C Based Weather Station Recorder 93)I2C Based Security Code Locks 94)I2C Based Wind Speed Recorder 95)Smart Cards with I2C EPROM 96)IR adaptor for I2C BUS 97)Automatic Drilling System. 98)Satellite Tracking System 99)Home Appliances Controlled Through Telephone 100)Robot Operated Through Voice 101)Automatic Packing Machine 102)Object Counter 103)Smart Card Security Systems 104)Telephone Account Recorder 105)Temperature Monitoring And Recording Device 106)Addressable Remote Transmitter Through mains communication. 107)Solar Tracking System. 108)Motor Speed control using IR Sensor 109)DC Motor Speed controlled using Remote 110)Remote control for Home Appliance 111)Digital Anemometer 112)TSR Based Multi Channel Motor Speed Monitor 113)Telephone Answering Machine 114)Hack Saw Controller 115)Electronic Voting Machine using LCD Display and EPROM for Memory Interface 116)Voice Operated Home Appliance control System 117)Remote Data Logging using Current Loop Modems 118)Irrigation control system 119)Air Leakage Detection Based on Pressure Sensor 120)Digital Storage Tachometer 121)Closed Loop control for Servo Stabilizer 122)Crack Detector 123)Digital IC Tester

124)Air and Fuel Ratio control System for Furnace 125)Fuzzy Logic Based Heat Exchanger with Simulation Result 126)Digital Clock Based on Real Time Clock(RTC) IC 127)Automatic Dim Dipper Programmable ON/OFF Timer Control 128)RF Signal Generator 129)Depth Measurement Based on LVDT 130)Wire Position Sensor Encoder and Distance Measurement 131)Telephone Switching 132)Automatic Ticketing Machine 133)Fuzzy Logic Based Flow Control 134)EPROM Simulators 135)Quality Control System 136)Weather Monitor 137)Object Detection using Ultrasonic Waves 138)IR Light Dimmer 139)Automatic Railway Gate Controlling System 140)Data Logger Based on RS 232 Serial Communication 141)Voice Operated Robot 142)Position control System 143)Wireless Water Level Controller 144)Weight Balance Cum Controller 145)Portable Recording System for Monitoring Vehicle Speeds 146)Vehicle Speed Storage System 147)Motion Recorder & Play Back 148)Security Recording Station Cards 149)Long Distance Communication for EPROM Devices 150)Traffic Light Priority Control for Emergency Vehicles 151)Signal Plotter Based on Graphic Led 152)Paint Spraying Robot 153)Telephone Operated Machine 154)Lift control System 155)Priority for Emergency Vehicles in Traffic Signals 156)8 - Channel Water Level Controller

157)Programmable Multi Channel Water Level Controller 158)Color Detection using Image Processing 159)Pigment Adding System using Image Processing 160)Glass Breakage Detector 161)In-Circuit Programmer for ATMEL Controllers 162)PC interfaced Data Acquisitions System 163)Microcontroller Based Machine Monitoring 164)Watt-Hour-Meter using Microcontroller 165)Tyre pressure monitoring system 166)Optical Thermometer 167)Transmission Sensor For Remote Car Starter 168)FFT Implementation in Microcontrollers 169)Temperature Monitoring using Thermocouple 170)Temperature Monitoring using Thremistor 171)Precision Temperature Sensing Using RTD 172)Pressure Transmitter 173)Wireless Home security System 174)Tilt Measurement Using Microcontroller 175)Credit Card Reader 176)Environmental Monitoring 177)Cryptography using Microcontroller 178)Battery Level Monitor 179)IR Car Detector for Changing Lanes 180)RH Controller 181)Oil-Tank Level Indicator 182)3 phase Monitor 183)Motor position Control 184)Conveyer Controller 185)Multi-Zone Temperature Monitoring 186)Vibration Sensing System 187)Motor speed control through power line 188)Induction motor speed monitoring & control using PWM Technique 189)Heat exchange controller

190)SCADA Implementation in microcontroller 191)Generator Synchronization. 192)Fire Monitor using Microcontroller 193)On-load Tap-change for power transformer 194)Transformer protection system 195)Automatic humidity control for refrigerator 196)Scrolling message Display 197)Multi-channel Temperature Monitor & controller 198)Embedded Intelligent security System 199)Power factor monitor & control 200)Electricity theft Identification using RF Modems 201)Smart Networking 202)Voltage - Current, speed monitor through power line Industrial monitor. 203)SMS Through landline 204)Production counter 205)Automatic dyeing machine 206)Maximum demand power meter 207)Automatic Phase Changer 208)Hospital connecting system 209)Accident identification system 210)Embedded lift controller 211)Intelligent traffic light controller 212)AVR for alternators 213)Mileage meter 214)PC- printer communication through power line 215)Machine control & fault recognition through telephone 216)Building automation system. 217)Incubator control system 218)Attendance recorder 219)Power room monitor with data logger 220)Energy billing through main line. 221)Automatic pattern cutting M/C in garments 222)Computer controlled vehicle

223)Coil - winding machine 224)EMG monitor 225)IC-engine monitoring system 226)Tension control system 227)Bank locker security system with SMS mobile alert 228)Centralized wireless monitoring in textile industries 229)Precise yarn thickness measurement 230)Automatic car parking controller using RF ID 231)Automatic weighing Bridge 232)Soft starter with overload tripping 233)Accident identification with auto dialer 234)Automatic shutter control system with intelligent security system 235)Car security system 236)Wind Mill Control System 237)Remote cable disconnection system 238)Tele monitoring patient through Internet 239)Wireless security system 240)Sequential control system for conveyer system 241)On line weighing balance 242)PLC based motor protection system 243)Boiler Controller 244)Automatic room control system 245)Telephone interface security system 246)Digital Taxi Meter 247)GPS-Based Accident Identification System for Vehicles 248)GPS Based train or bus or Aircraft Collision Avoidance 249)Serial Port Security Key 250)Anesthesia Control System for Medical Application 251)Maximum Demand Control 252)Weight& Height Measurement with printer Facility 253)Telephone Operated Motor Control 254)Sound Level Meter 255)Reactive Power Compensation

256)Locker Security Monitor 257)Remote control Using Modem 258)Automatic Bus Fare System Using RFID 259)Stroboscope based speed control system 260)Luminosity Meter 261)Wireless Voting Machine 262)Wireless Keypad 263)Video signal transmitter 264)Remote Security System 265)Wireless Door Control System 266)Remote control using GSM 267)IR Remote Control 268)Remote Mouse Controlled Automation 269)Time Annunciation 270)Secured Data Acquisition System 271)Single Phase Preventer 272)Automatic Street Light ON-OFF Controller 273)Electronic Circuit Breaker 274)Refrigeration Using Remote Modem Interface 275)I.V. Drip Through Motor Controller 276)Telephone Line Monitor 277)Personal Safety And Tracking Through GPS 278)Ultrasonic Level Monitor 279)RF Based Automation 280)Card Based Message Transferring. 281) RF Card Based Security Accessing. 282) RF Based Billing System. 283) RF Based Data Retrieving System 284) RF Based House Security System 285)IVRS Based Data 286)Status Updating through Card System 287)Data feeding system through card. 288) Data Sharing through communication port with LCD Display

289) Field Identification System 290) ID Card Identification 291) Device Switching through Card System. 292) Device Switching through Finger Reorganization System. 293) Automatic Voice Dialer 294) Power Theft Indicator 295) Phone Book Dialer 296) Rescue Indicator 297) Load Sharing using DC Motors 298) Temperature Voice Announcement System 299) Simple Fire Alarm Circuit 300) Digital Sound Recorder with AVR and Data Flash 301) Simple Automatic Water Level Controller

GROUP C:Robotics Projects Topics


1)Q-Learning for Robot Control 2)Laser Guided Vehicle: On Navigation Using Two Synchronized Lasers 3)Robo Design to pick everyday objects 4)Development of Vision System for a Humanoid Robot 5)Computer Controlled Automated Small Vehicle 6)Computer Controlled Vehicle

GROUP D:Wireless Projects Topics

1)Zig bee Wireless Relay Control and Power Monitoring System 2)RF wireless PWM DC motor speed control 3)A power efficient active RFID communication Protocol 4)Wireless Rocket Launch Control System 5)Energy Efficient Virtual MIMO Communication for Wireless Sensor Networks 6)Wireless Electrical Appliances Control System Using IR Communication

Project Format Requirements:


The Project Report must: Be written in English. Adhere to an 18-page limit. This limit includes the introduction, text, tables, data, illustrations, and appendices. References are included in the 18page limit. Be submitted on 8-1/2 X 11 inch single-sided sheets of paper, doublespaced, with page numbers at the bottom. Have page margins of at least 1 inch. Use 12 point or larger Arial or Times New Roman font for the body of the report. Captions accompanying pictures and graphs, as well as citations for references, may be single-spaced and in a smaller point size. Contain reference pages in the same size font as the body of the research paper (12 point or larger). Each individual reference should be singlespaced with a double space between references. Ensure that citations and references are complete and in correct standard format for the discipline.

Project Content Requirements:


These guidelines are provided to help you understand the goals of each section of the research paper. While the specifics stated below may vary slightly from one discipline to another, the overall paper should provide the content as outlined under the following headings. Subheadings should be used in Methods, Results and Discussion to clarify the content. A suggested page length is provided for each section. The paper may be 18 pages maximum.

Introduction: the "why" section (2-3 pages)

Start with a broad picture of the problem you have chosen to study and why it is interesting. Provide a brief review of pertinent scientific literature; describe what information is missing and how your work addresses this gap in the literature. Previous relevant publications and patents must be properly cited in the text of the Research Report and included in the Reference section of your report. Describe the specific problem to be solved, the research question to be answered, the hypothesis (es) to be tested, or the product to be developed (if any). Provide a brief rationale for the research, and why the work is important.

Materials & Methods: the "how" section (2-5 pages)

Describe how you performed your work, giving sufficient detail so that someone trained in the field is able to understand what you did and can replicate it. Include the methods you used, written in a format commonly used in publications in your field of study. Do not merely restate a protocol or copy

blocks of text; instead, use your own words to describe what you did, referencing key papers where appropriate. Explain your personal role in the work and the roles played by others in supporting this work. Include, for example, acknowledgments to others in the laboratory for running key instrumentation or other protocols. You may refer to others who assisted you by title but do not include any specific names in the body of your research paper. Mention common procedures but there is no need to describe them in detail; provide references to where the method is published. All modifications of existing methods should be described.

Results: what did you find? (4-5 pages)

Present your findings in sufficient detail so that the reader understands the results that were obtained or can follow each step of a mathematical proof. Describe how the results address the problem to be solved, the research question to be answered, or the hypothesis to be tested. Present all experiments, controls and statistical tests that show that the results are reliable and statistically significant. In theoretical work, present the experimental findings against which the work was tested, the extent to which it was validated, or both.

Illustrations: documenting your findings (2-4 pages)

Use illustrations to document the textual description of your results. Each illustration should be numbered in sequence and should be accompanied by its own legend. The illustration plus its legend should stand alone the reader should understand it without having to read the text of the paper.

Discussion: what do your results mean? (3-4 pages)

Provide readers with an interpretation of the results, enabling them to understand the implication(s) of your findings. Describe what makes your work unique in the context of published findings and what distinguishes it from that of others in the field, or in your laboratory. In other words, put the work in context with other reports that ask the same or related questions, and address whether or not your observations are consistent with or enhance other findings in the field.

Conclusions and Future Work:

What did you learn and what's next? (1-3 pages) Recap briefly what was learned from your research, and how your work addresses the unanswered question(s) that you posed in the introduction. Assess the validity of the conclusions, which is an important component of any scientific report. In particular, are your conclusions fully supported by the results described in the report alone or in conjunction with prior literature? Are there alternative explanations for your observations that cannot be ruled out? Determine what experiments could be performed in the future to refine your conclusions. Indicate what you would do next if you had more time, and what would you do differently if you were to start the work today. Consider what questions still remain to be answered.

Contest Judging Process:


There are three judging phases to the Competition. (50 MARKS)

Initial Judging: (10 MARKS) During the initial judging, only the Project Reports are evaluated. These Reports are judged solely on project merits. These initial judges do not have any information about you (name, gender, institute, age, or state). Semifinalists : (30 MARKS) Outstanding projects are selected as Semi finalists. Selected Project team members have to Exhibit Working Model in project arena. Semifinalists receive a special recognition package and their names are announced. Finals: (10 MARKS) Finally Judges evaluate the Project Report and live working model , the references cited in the Project Report, poster display, oral presentation, and private question-and-answer session. Factors such as knowledge of the science involved, your role in the project, and ideas extending from the work are also considered. Judges expect to hear concise Presentations and responses to their questions during the question-and-answer session. You must also be able to describe further aspects of your project, including the fundamental science behind what you have done. All aspects of the projects and presentations inform the final decisions of the judges.

Contest Judging Criteria:

Eminent Judges use these criteria to evaluate all aspects of the projects and presentations.

Creativity: Is the project original and imaginative? What is the origin of the student's interest in the topic? Did the student develop new solutions or procedures? To what extent were the student's talent and insight incorporated into the project? How did the student address any surprising or unforeseen developments? Field knowledge:

Does the student demonstrate strong knowledge of the area of inquiry and the underlying scientific or mathematical issues?

Comprehensiveness:

Are sufficient details given so that others can replicate the work? If the work is experimental, are the variables and controls clearly defined? Did the student use the correct quantitative measures? Are the procedures well-defined? Were measuring tools chosen and used appropriately? Does the research report fully explain the project itself or is further explanation needed?

Interpretation: Has the student stated the interpretations and conclusions clearly? How scientifically reasonable and credible are the data, interpretations, and conclusions? Do the conclusions and interpretations follow from the results presented? Can claims of novelty or improvement be justified? What are the limits of the interpretations and the conclusions? Are there alternative conclusions that fit the results? Literature review:

Does the report reference appropriate related works and place the study in a proper context? Are all sources used in the research listed as references? Are the references cited within the text? Scientific importance:

Does the project address an important scientific, technical, or mathematical question or major issue? Does the student's work demonstrate a high level of intellectual input, and is it innovative? Do the findings substantially add to the understanding of the area investigated?

Future work:

Is there a discussion of future or follow-up research? If so, what further data would be needed? What are possible applications of the work?

Clarity of expression:

Is the project understandable? Is the material presented logically and coherently? Are the key points, problems, and solutions stated clearly and precisely? Does the student use tables and figures appropriately? Was the Research Report carefully proofread for spelling and grammar? Presentation:

Is the method of presentation consistent with the nature of the work and with scientific practice in the discipline involved.

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