Seminar & Workshop on Embedded System Design

 
A seminar and workshop on Embedded System Design has been organized by IEEE AIUB Student Branch on Thursday 27th September, 2012 in Room# 266. The 7 hours event will be conducted by instructors from TECHSHOP BD and Pi Labs Bangladesh Ltd. (concerns of Onnorokom Group).
The seminar and workshop will include lectures on Embedded System (Hardware and Software) and Microcontroller Architecture and Programming including hands on sessions for all participants.
Students from EEE & CSE Dept. who have completed or enrolled for Microprocessor & I/O Systems are advised to attend the event. The event is free for all and seats are limited, so register your names immediately at the booth @ Campus 2. The schedule of the event is given below:

S.N.:

Topics

Duration

1

Introduction to Embedded System

 

 

30 Min.

1.1

Brief history

1.2

Fundamentals

1.3

Application

1.4

Presence in Global Market & Bangladesh

1.5

Are we ready to take part?

1.6

Q & A

 

2

Recent Trends in Embedded System Design (Hardware)

 

30 Min.

 

2.1

Microcontroller/Microprocessor based Design

2.2

Reconfigurable Hardware based Design

2.3

ASIC/System-on-a-chip (SOC) based Design

2.4

Q & A

 

3

Recent Trends in Embedded System Design (Software)

 

 

 

1 Hour

 

3.1

Embedded System without OS

3.1.1

Programming in Machine Language (Dinosaur era)

3.1.2

Programming in Assembly Language

3.1.3

Programming in C/C+ Language

3.2

Embedded System with OS

3.2.1

Linux

3.2.1

Windows CE

3.2.2

Android

3.3

Reconfigurable Embedded System

3.3.1

VHDL/Verilog Programming: A different paradigm

3.4

Q & A

 

4

Introduction to Microcontroller Architecture

 

 

45 Min.

 

4.1

Features & block diagram

 

4.2

Memory Organization

 

4.3

Registers & SFRs

 

4.4

Input/output System

 

4.5

Interrupts

 

4.6

Q & A

 

5

Microcontroller Programming

 

1 Hour

 

5.1

Introduction to IDE

5.2

Write first program of LED interfacing (Hello World!!)

5.3

Hands on Session (Preparing Environment)

5.4

Q & A

 

6

Advanced Microcontroller Programming

 

 

2 Hour

 

6.1

Interfacing Motor Shield

6.2

Interfacing Light Sensor

6.3

Making your First Robot

6.4

Hands on Session

6.5

Q & A

 

7

Concluding session

 

30 Min.

 

7.1

Brief of Pi Labs & services

7.2

How to plan career?

7.3

Q & A