Electronic and Electrical Engineering MScAnglia Ruskin University
£ 7,100 - (Rs 5,79,537)
- Cambridge (England)
What you'll learn on the course
Sustainable Energy Systems
Skills and Training
Electronic Computer Aided Design
Power Conversion Systems
Modules & assessment
Gain a foundation across several technology disciplines, including energy systems, sustainable development, behavioural changes or policies. You’ll address topics unique to energy technologies, such as Smart Grid, interfacing and design issues.
DSP Applications and ARM® Technology
DSP is an integral part of electronics system design and ARM is a major player in the design and manufacture of microelectronic components. Our module uses ARM Software and development tools and covers topics such as, algorithms, fixed gained and adaptive filters, spectral analysis, application, ARM Processors, Cortex Processors, CoreLink Controllers, Mali Graphics Processors.
Digital Systems Design with VHDL and FPGAs
Review Digital Systems as well as their design philosophy in light of using modern Electronic Computer Aided Design (ECAD) tools for design, simulation and implementation of complex electronic circuits. We'll introduce you to the modern top-down approach to VLSI circuit analysis, design and implementation techniques, aiming to shorten the design cycle and to manage an increased complexity.
Power Conversion Systems
The module introduces basic power technologies, ranging from traditional topologies to modern renewable energy based systems, including modern storage systems such as fuel cells. Hybrid electrical vehicle principles are also briefly introduced. The modules build a smooth transition from background material to more complex topologies and applications, in the context of global sustainability.
Remote Sensing and the Internet of Things
The internet allows devices, systems and services to interconnect and provide cost effective and novel applications and services in almost all fields. Connected objects are identified uniquely by their IP addresses and may be sensors (e.g. medical sensors, gas and electricity meters, temperature/pressure/light sensors) or actuators (household appliances, motors, bulbs, locks, alarms) which communicate with each other via the Internet of Things (IoT).
Gain the support and foundations in the research skills for your Master’s level dissertation. You’ll investigate generic research activities, including project management and dissertation preparation. Your topics could include the consideration of suitable content, planning, and the use of project management software.
You’ll be assessed through exams and written assignments based on case studies and scenarios.
UK & EU students, 2016/17 (per year) £7,100
International students, 2016/17 (per year) £11,700