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Instrumentation and Electrical Measurement (SEE 1123) & Electronics Instrumentation and Measurement (SKEE2113)
This course introduces students some of the metrological terminologies used in experimental methods, concept of metrology and its application. The course will also provide understanding the concept of standardization as the management system of standards and quality. The measurement technique for electrical quantity and analysis of the result according to ISO Guide will be introduced as well. It will examine transducers in order to gain an awareness of what they can do. Transducer operations, characteristic and functions will be discussed.

Computer Aided Engineering Drawing (SKEM 1502)
The course introduces the use of engineering drawing in an effective way for communicating and integrating with engineering concepts. Such environment will provide a platform where the engineer can share and exchange the information. This information is interpreted using Computer-Aided Design (CAD) drawing in SolidWorks 2D and 3D drawings. Techniques such as patterns, shelling, planes, ribs, revolve and assembly will be learned in the course. Finally real 3D objects will be developed using 3D printer.

Digital Electronics (SKEE 1223)
This course teaches the fundamental principles of digital systems. From the signal concepts and the importance of numbers systems and codes, it then proceeds to logic gates, their relationship to Boolean algebra and the integration of gates to form complex circuits.  The course emphasizes on techniques to design, analyze, plan, and implement simple digital systems using gates and MSI circuits. Simulation software (Quartus II) will also be introduced to facilitate learning process.

Transducers and Applications (SEI 4153)
This course is designed to expose students to the available transducers used in the daily lives, industry and medical measurement. This course introduces students to the major views and theories in transducers and its application. It will examine some key principles of measurement and the importance of transducers in process industries and medical analysis. Students are required to demonstrate competencies in the use of various transducers depending on project requirement and able to show proficiency in choosing transducers for different measurement and applications.   

Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation (MEL 1112)
This course is an introduction to the industrial electronics tools, instrumentation and equipment used in industrial processes. This course covers the input and output devices in industrial processes such as relays, logic gates, PLC, valves, solenoid, sensors and transducers. Different industrial processes are included as case studies to allow better understanding of the usage of industrial eletronics in industry. Latest research for industrial processes such as process tomography is included as a brief introductory. 

Advanced Instrumentation and Measurement (MKEM 1753)
This course is an introduction to the advanced instrumentation and measurement. The course covers the techniques for sensing technology, electronic interfacing and signal conditioning circuits. Also, applications at a higher hierarchical level are included, such as self-testing, auto calibration, data evaluation and identification. Key components studied in details are a review of powerful measurement techniques and basic principles and typical problems of sensor elements, detailed up-to-date reviews of the features of temperature sensors, displacement sensors, flow sensors, level sensors, position sensors, motion sensors and biometrics. Special topic in Flow Measurement Techniques use Process Tomography applications. Numerous case studies and problems set for each of the sensor application such as Optical Tomography / Ultrasounic Tomography/ Electrical Capacitance Tomography.