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  1. Effective Presentations Chad A. B. Wilson, Ph.D. Director of Technical Communications Across the Curriculum February 9, 2010

  2. Acoustic Locator Facilitators: Dr. Trombetta & Dr. Jackson Team 1: Anh Pham Eric Flores Cheng Du Daniel Febus September 25,2009

  3. Direct-Driven Wind Turbine Team 5 Oral Presentation (Student D 09/25/09) Team Members: Truong, David, Quy Ngo, Cristobal Pena, Raghuvar Seth

  4. BLU-LEDPROGRESS REPORT Team 3: Hao Le Andrew Hammen Jianfeng He September 25, 2009

  5. We will learn three things today: How to determine the parts of a presentation How to design presentation slides How to deliver PowerPoint presentations

  6. Time Engineers Spend Communicating source: Survey of 300+ Cornell engr grads, 1950-1992 Other Work Writing 56% 28% Oral Pres 16% source: instruct1.cit.cornell.edu/courses/aep264/LectureOneFeb02.ppt

  7. Presentations in engineering Disadvantages of presentations • One chance to say something correctly • One chance to catch the material • Deal with time constraints • Communicate tomultiple audiences Advantages of presentations • Can make the presentation come alive • Can revise the presentation on the spot • Can use films, slides, and color From Michael Alley’s The Craft of Scientific Writing

  8. The components of a presentation are based on the same principles as the components of written texts • Purpose What is the purpose of a progress report? • Audience Who is the audience for your progress report? • Time You want to consider your

  9. How much time do you have? Never go over time.

  10. The guideline for creating an effective presentation: Tell ‘em what you’re going to tell ‘em, Tell ‘em, Tell ‘em what you told ‘em.

  11. Always tell your audience where your presentation is going. Mapping

  12. Introduction • Determining the parts of the presentation • Designing slides • Delivering the presentation

  13. Introduction • Determining the parts of the presentation • Designing slides • Delivering the presentation

  14. Three things to consider when creating a presentation The components of a presentation Slide design, including balancing the oral and written components of a presentation Presentation delivery

  15. Three things to consider when creating a presentation The parts The slides The delivery

  16. Introduction • Military Applications • Applications for health/medicine • Computer Stuff

  17. Three kinds of applications • Military Applications • Applications for health/medicine • Computer Stuff

  18. Overview of today’s presentation • Military Applications • Applications for health/medicine • Computer Stuff

  19. Overview of today’s presentation • Military Applications • Medical Applications • Computer Applications

  20. Three applications of nanotechnology • Military • Medical • Computer

  21. Three applications of nanotechnology • Military • Medical • Computer

  22. Three applications of nano-technology • Military • Medical • Computer

  23. Three applications of nano-technology Military Medical Computer

  24. Three applications of nano-technology Military Medical Computer

  25. Three applications of nano-technology Military Medical Computer

  26. Three applications of nano-technology Military Medical Computer

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  28. Overview • Project Description/Scope • Technical Aspects • Current Stages • Milestones • Project Schedule • Project Budget

  29. Contents • Introduction • Milestones • Progress Description • Engineering Constraints • Scheduling • Budget • Conclusions

  30. Background & Goal • Technical detail of project: Analog circuit and MCU • Progress of our project • Milestones we are working on & expected accomplished date. • Goal: Construct device that locates direction & distance of sound source from device.

  31. OverView • Purpose : To produce a small wind turbine direct driven power train. • Milestones Accomplished and in Progress • Goals: • 1.Generate power to supply effectively for a Load(Grid) • 2. To Effectively use kinetic energy to charge a 12 volt battery • Engineering Constraints • Schedule & Budget

  32. Overview Cheng Du’s Picture

  33. Incorporate knowledge of the • nature of speech sounds in • measurement of the features. • Utilize rudimentary models of • human perception. • Measure features 100 times per sec. • Use a 25 msec window forfrequency domain analysis. • Include absolute energy and 12 spectral measurements. • Time derivatives to model spectral change. Acoustic Modeling Feature Extraction Fourier Transform Input Speech Cepstral Analysis Perceptual Weighting Time Derivative Time Derivative Delta Energy + Delta Cepstrum Delta-Delta Energy + Delta-Delta Cepstrum Energy + Mel-Spaced Cepstrum From Michael Alley’s website at www.writing.eng.vt.edu

  34. Microwave Power Transmission Horn Antenna Magnetron Simulated Solar Panels KEY DC : μWave : LED Display Rectenna Array

  35. Bluetooth Module Bluetooth BLU-LED Microcontroller Unit University of Houston System Design Team 3 LEDs University of Houston System Design Team 3 Motor

  36. Block Diagram

  37. ECE 4436 Robot Requirements Design Deliverable Flash LED’s Measure distance Detect line Assembling parts Record audio Play sound Display message on LCD Electronic Design Grip & carry objects Programming

  38. Milestones • M1: Robot moves and turns • M2: Robot follows a black line • M3: Robot displays distance to the wall on LCD • M4: Robot records and plays sound • M5: Complete robot with printed PCBs, a subroutine library, and a sample set of lab exercises

  39. Progress Description • M1: Robot moves and turns • Order parts • Assemble gearbox, motors, and chassis • Hardware design • Design and implement Motor Driver module • Regulate voltage to 3V from a 6V battery pack • Integrate wireless transceiver • Integrate MCU module (NanoCore12DXC32S) • Software design • Control motors using Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) • Test and debug

  40. Motor Driver Module Figure 1: Diagram of Motor Driver Module

  41. Prototyping Board Figure 2: Prototyping board with MCU and Motor Driver modules integrated

  42. Mechanical Structure Figure 3: Robot chassis, gearbox, motors, and ball caster

  43. PMDF permanent metal deck forms Created by Dr. Todd Helwig, Civil Engineering

  44. Scheduling

  45. Scheduling Gantt chart created by Jonathan Arias Figure 4: Gantt chart

  46. Scheduling

  47. Scheduling [1]

  48. Budget

  49. Budget

  50. Budget