Electrical Engineering

The Application of Image Processing for Human Computer Interface (HCI) using the Eye.

The aim of this project is to create a video-based eye tracking system which uses visible light instead of infrared rays to track the eye gaze of the user. This data will then be used to control the mouse pointer movement on a computer screen.

The Application of Image Processing for Monitoring Students’ Attention Level during an Online Class

The aim of this project is to create an algorithm that is able to monitor both facial expression and eye movement of a student during online lecture classes. The information can then be used to help lecturers determine the attention level of each student in class.

2-D UAV Navigation Solution with LIDAR Sensor under GPS-denied Environment

This project will be a simulation-based project where it will be focussing on developing 2-D LIDAR SLAM code to help Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) to navigate through a GPS-denied environment and to improve the existing SLAM algorithm by increasing the data processing speed for real time application.

Real-time and Automatic Map Stitching through Aerial Images from UAV

This project will be focusing on using MATLAB software to implement SURF and ORB algorithm to do real-time and automatic map stitching through aerial images from UAV. The aim of this project is to achieve at least 1hz update rate by using Intel i7-8550U CPU and 4GB RAM.

Reference Current Generation for Active Power Filtering in Single-phase Power System

A new proposed STF-FCE algorithm is developed to replace the conventional SRF algorithm for a better performance of SAPF to mitigate the harmonic currents. The objectives are to obtain THD values with 5% limit and lower ripple content in the fundamental current before generating the reference current.

Impact of Wind Power Plants Participation on Transient Stability of Electrical Power Systems

The ‘Impact of Wind Power Plants Participation on Transient Stability’ will be performed on the IEEE 9-Bus network. A three-phase fault will be carried out to assess the voltage profile, also transient stability will be analyzed by observing the power angle of generators.

Stability Enhancement of Electrical Networks Integrated with Doubly Fed Induction Generator based Wind Turbines

This project aims to evaluate the transient stability of IEEE 9-Bus modified system during a three-phase fault at buses. Moreover, stability of the electrical network will be improved using Doubly Fed Induction Generator (DFIG). MATLAB / Simulink is used to design and simulate the electrical network integrated wind energy.

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