List of Seminar Topics to help you

Its an even semister. If you don't know what an even semister is(I did not know till very recently), then 1st year, 2nd year 1st semister, 3rd year 1st semister, 4th year 1st semister are all odd semister(1st semister odd, 2nd semister even). And all the other semisters are even. So, since we are in 3-2, its an even semister. And being an even semister, the National level technical symposiums are the most happening things now. All the guys and gals are trying to present a paper or poster or project in a handful of the symposiums so that they could get the certificates which could help fill the void in their resumes.

So since people have been asking me what topic they need to present, and where they should get a topic from, I've decided to shortlist the available topics and post'em in a single place. So after spending a couple of hours, I've got a very many good topics which could be presented. And I am posting them as a single post. I don't think I could post everything about every topic, so I just am giving the topic headings and you look after the rest. Hope this helps.

BrainGate

BrainGate was developed by the bio-tech company Cyberkinetics in 2003 in conjunction with the Department of Neuroscience at Brown University. The device was designed to help those who have lost control of their limbs, or other bodily functions. The computer chip, which is implanted into the brain, monitors brain activity in the patient and converts the intention of the user into computer commands ...


Micro Display

There are two amazing things about our brain that makes television possible. The first thing is that if we divide the image into charge number of color dots our brain will reproduce again into the meaningful picture or image. These small colored dots are called pixels. The second thing is that if we divide a moving scene into sequential still pictures and show the still images in rapid successinour brain will re-assemble the moving scene again...


Artificial Eye

The retina is a thin layer of neural tissue that lines the back wall inside the eye. Some of these cells act to receive light, while others interpret the information and send messages to the brain through the optic nerve. This is part of the process that enables us to see. In damaged or dysfunctional retina, the photoreceptors stop working, causing blindness. By some estimates, there are more than 10 million people worldwide affected by retinal diseases that lead to loss of vision....


Cryptovirology

Cryptovirology is a field that studies how to use cryptography to design powerful malicious software. It encompasses overt attacks such as cryptoviral extortion where a cryptovirus, cryptoworm, or cryptotrojan hybrid encrypts the victim's files and the user must pay the malware author to receive the needed session key (that is encrypted under the author's public key that is contained in the malware)...


Swarm Intelligence

(SI) is an artificial intelligence technique based around the study of collective behavior in decentralized, self-organized systems. The expression swarm intelligence was introduced by Beni & Wang in 1989, in the context of cellular robotic systems.....


Collective Intelligence

Collective intelligence, as characterized by Tom Atlee, Douglas Engelbart, Cliff Joslyn, Francis Heylighen, Ron Dembo, and other theorists, is a working form of intelligence which overcomes groupthink and individual cognitive bias in order to allow a collective to cooperate on one process—while maintaining reliable intellectual performance. In this context, it refers to robust consensus decision making, and may properly be considered a subfield of sociology....

i-DEN

Integrated Digital Enhanced Network, commonly referred to as iDEN, is a mobilecommunications technology, developed by Motorola, which provides its users the benefits of a trunked radio and a cellular telephone. .


XMax

xMax developed by xG Technology is a wireless communications technology whose developers claim is low power and provides a high data rate over a distance of about 13 miles.


Z-Wave

Z-Wave is the interoperable wireless communication standard developed by Danish company Zensys and the Z-Wave Alliance. It is designed for low-power and low-bandwidth appliances, such as home automation and sensor networks Radio specifications.


Symfony

Symfony is a web application framework for PHP5 projects.It aims to speed up the creation and maintenance of web applications, and to replace the repetitive coding tasks by power, control and pleasure.


XPCOM

XPCOM similar to (Cross Platform Component Object Model) is a cross platform component modelCORBA or Microsoft COM. It has multiple language bindings and IDL descriptions so programmers can plug their custom functionality into the framework and connect it with other components.


XBL

XBL or eXtensible Bindings Language is used to declare the behavior and look of XUL widgets and XML elements.


Here's a list of other topics that I've searched....I did not have enough time to search for abstract's on all of these topics. Just google'em and you'll get all that there is to find out about these little devils. Hope you like and present one of these topics.

Brain Gate
Micro Display
Artificial Eye
Cryptovirology
Swarm Intelligence
Collective Intelligence
VoWiFi
Voice Morphing
Robocode
Java Cryptography Architecture (JCA)
Zombie
Pervasive computing
Wolfpack
Cooperative Linux
Trans European Services for Telematics between Administrations (TESTA)
MOIP
Holographic Versatile Disc (HVD)
AKA
Data gram Congestion Control Protocol (DCCP)
Stream computing
Choreography
Mobile agent
SIP
AJAX
Ruby on Rails
VOIP in mobile phones
OWL
Cake PHP
Genetic programming
Gecko
Symfony
Wi-Fi
SAFER
WiFiber
Holographic Memory
Clockless Chips
A T M
BlueTooth
Traffic Pulse Technology
Softwear Computing
Artificial Intelligence for Speech Recognition
Cryptovirology
An Introduction to Artifical Life
Real Time Operating System
SemaCode
Epistemology
Boids
WarDriving
Honey pot
Swarm Intelligence
QR Code
Quantum computer
Sun Spot
RAID

I think these would be sufficient for now

10 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Wonderful collection.....
I now have a wide choice to select a topic.....

Thanks a lot bro.

Anonymous said...

thanks a lot............
i ve chosen artificial intelligence 4 my seminar......
if u can give me some more information regarding this topic it would be better...... its urgent......plzzzzzzzzzzzz

Anonymous said...

can u give me some info regarding where i can find explaination 4 artificial eye........ i have chosen this 4 my seminar...... am in full need......

Ankit said...

goodwork dude! gr8 topics...most of them are quite new..thnx man!

Anonymous said...

i have selected mobile agent. can you please give me the information of the web site address where i can get in detail info. thank you

Anonymous said...

hi selected sun spot as my seminar topic.can u pls tel d site wer i get more inf....

remshad said...

wonerfull collection
see http://www.college-seminars.com for more technical seminars

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