EducationAffiliated Researcher in Neuro-Engineering Deakin University, Geelong, Australia
Freelance VHDL developer
MSc. Electronics Engineering University of Portsmouth, UK (Merit)
BE. Electronics and communication.
Conference papers: 1.
STATISTICAL MODELLING OF ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK FOR SORTING TEMPORALLY SYNCHRONOUS SPIKES, Chapter 30, DOI 978-3-319-26554-4, 393319_1_En
still more to come ... !
2.Sine wave, Butter worth filter and DSP concepts
3. Digital neural network
4. Linear Frequency shift register
5. Gigapan Replica: Panoramic camera mount
6. Car odometer
7. Vending machine prototype
1. Neural networks for short term wind prediction
2. Neural networks for pattern recognition
3. JPEG image compression process
PCI: Digital to analog converter, Analog to digital converter, LCD 1602A, VGA, PS/2 keyboard and Mouse, RS232, stepper motor, servo motor, seven-segment display, LED array's
Additionally, I am also familiar with Vsim and Isim commands for automating your designs
ExperienceExperienced handling VHDL and signal processing concepts.
VHDL and testbench programming (Xilinx and Isim: spartan-3 FPGA, Quartus ii and Modelsim: Cyclone family FPGA)
Matlab, GUI, Simulink and DSP techniques
In particular I have students from La-trobe University struggling with VHDL and students struggling with Signal processing subjects and MATLAB from RMIT, Swinburne, Deakin and La-Trobe University respectively.
In the past I have taught a lot of my friends basically when they are repeating and a few people interested in electronics.
I also help students in formatting their technical reports including paraphrasing, referencing and Latex editing.
Personally, I have strong hold on Engineering mathematics, VHDL and DSP subjects.
HobbiesPassionate in electronics and create modules for my own use. RC controlled vehicle enthusiast, Automobile enthusiast, Sports person, interested in learning languages, Photography and travelling.
I build aquariums and interested in exotic fishes.
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