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Good learning practices in the field of science and technology  [cached]
Beatriz Amante García,María Martínez Martínez
Journal of Technology and Science Education , 2011, DOI: 10.3926/jotse.27
Abstract: The European Higher Education Area (EHEA) scenario offers a new framework in which the role of universities can be rethought, regardless of the field of new degrees and postgraduate Studies involved. Therefore, the roles of teachers and students might differ significantly as the student would be obliged to request teacher’s guidance in order to acquire not only knowledge, which could be easily obtained elsewhere (books, internet etc. ), but also personal skills and, especially, those related to their future professional career. By the term “Good learning practices” we refer to those activities asociated with professorship itself ,such as those of facilitating and guiding the student learning process, or rather, those activities which are aimed at the student′s thorough learning of specific (related to the field of study ) and generic skills. It is now a common occurrence to describe the students of a given classroom as being little motivated and as having great interest in passing but not in actually learning. This fact is quite concerning, as it suggests that the student sees the university as a mere transaction by which they can obtain a degree, certifying that they are apt for the professional world, where they consider the “real” learning will take place. A good classroom environment is essential for the generation of teaching-learning processes. It is precisely because of this that we are able to raise the issue of effective practices among teachers who foster a suitable classroom dynamics facilitating, then, the targeted learning experience. Within this context, there are some authors who discuss good practices by professors especially concerned on how to perform assessment and feedback to enhance student’s learning activity. Thus, providing them with a deep and lasting impact. Generally speaking, the activities in question are those which enable the student to execute a learning process that will continue throughout their professional and personal lives. In the present issue we have selected a number of articles related to good practices taking place in the context of new studies plan implementation (EHEA ) in several Spanish Universities. In the first paper: Reflections and conclusions on the work developed by the group of teaching innovation in electronics at the university of Valladolid ,they present the main conclusions and results obtained over the three last academic years in the Electronics and Automatic Industrial Engineering degree. As a result of cooperative work of the group, an improvement in activity coordination and provis
Teaching Reform and Practice in Course of Power Electronics Technology
Hailun Wang,Ting You,Hong Ye
Education Research Frontier , 2012,
Abstract: In order to solve the separation between teaching and studying in the course of Power Electronics, some thoughts and measures about teaching reform are presented from the perspective of teaching content, teaching model, and examination and evaluation. Engineering cases are introduced to the teaching process to realize the combination of theories and practices. The result shows that this teaching reform not only improves the teaching effects but also cultivates students’ engineering applying and innovating capabilities.
Nuevo Estadio José Zorrilla/Valladolid  [cached]
Casas López-Amor, Luis
Informes de la Construccion , 1981,
Abstract: Not available. El nuevo estadio municipal José Zorrilla , surge para sustituir el antiguo estadio del mismo nombre, de escaso aforo y en deficiente estado. La obra está situada a kilómetro y medio del río Pisuerga, al otro lado del casco urbano de Valladolid, y se ubica entre dos autovías de la Red Arterial de esta ciudad; su construcción se ha realizado simultáneamente a la del estadio. Uniendo ambas por sus extremos se ha construido la carretera de acceso al estadio. La redacción del proyecto, y la dirección de las obras del estadio se adjudicó, por el Excmo. Ayuntamiento de Valladolid a EUROESTUDIOS, SOCIEDAD ANóNIMA, tras un concurso nacional de anteproyectos.
Transparent Electronics  [PDF]
Lokesh D Shah,S. M. Gulhane
International Journal of Advanced Electrical and Electronics Engineering , 2013,
Abstract: Transparent electronics is an emerging science and technology field concentrates on producing ‘invisible’ electronics circuit and optoelectronics devices. The application contains consumer electronics such as automobile windshield, transparent solar panel, transparent display and real time wearable display. In the conventional Si/III-V based electronics, the structure is based on semiconductor junction & transistor. However, the basic building material for transparent electronic devices which is to be transparent and in visible range is a true challenge! .Therefore to understand and implement such technology there are two scientific goals, to have a material which are optically transparent and electrically conductive and to implement an invisible circuitry. Development of such invisible transparent electronic devices needs expertise together from pure and applied science, material science, chemistry, physics &electronic science.
Syed Fida Hussain Shah,Tahira Nazir,Khalid Zaman
Oeconomics of Knowledge , 2013,
Abstract: LG Electronics is a Korean based global brand in the field of consumer electronics, home appliances and mobile communications. The critical analysis in identifying the steps taken by the LG Electronics in the light of the existing literature review helps us to correlate these steps with the enhanced brand image, brand value and brand positioning. Information is collected from various reports i.e., LG Annual reports; International Magazines from the world of Business and Tech-nology; research literatures and other reputable sources. Innovation & design and constant obsolescence of ICT and IT Products (i.e., mobiles in particular), LG have to stick on R&D, design strategies and innovation and creativity for competing in the global market.
Acknowledgement to Reviewers of Electronics in 2014  [PDF]
Electronics Editorial Office
Electronics , 2015, DOI: 10.3390/electronics4010035
Abstract: The editors of Electronics would like to express their sincere gratitude to the following reviewers for assessing manuscripts in 2014:[...]
Adiabatic and Nonadiabatic Electronics of Materials  [PDF]
V. A. Vdovenkov
Physics , 2006,
Abstract: Physical foundations of adiabatic and nonadiabatic electronics of materials are considered in this article. It is shown the limitation of adiabatic approach to electronics of materials. It is shown that nonadiabatic physical properties of solid materials (hyperconductivity, superconductivity, thermal superconductivity and phonon drag of electrons at Debye's temperatures of phonons) depend on oscillations of atomic nuclei in atoms.
The evolution of fast electronics
Qi An,YanFang Wang
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2010, DOI: 10.1007/s11434-010-3175-7
Abstract: This paper analyzes the process from gestation to maturity of fast electronics, describes the three-level relations formed in the development of fast electronics, i.e. that of application, technique and theory, and summarizes in brief the progresses in simulation of electromagnetic fields, high-speed parallel sampling, and research of time jitter. Application results of fast electronics in national economy and national major science projects are also introduced.
The Counterfeit Electronics Problem  [PDF]
Michael Pecht
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2013.17003

Counterfeit electronics have been reported in a wide range of products, including computers, telecommunications equipment, automobiles, avionics and military systems. Counterfeit electronic products include everything from very inexpensive capacitors and resistors to costly microprocessors to servers. This paper describes the counterfeit electronic products problem, and discusses the implication of counterfeit electronics on the electronic supply chain. We then present counterfeit detection and prevention techniques for electronics.

Computer integrated analogue electronics laboratory for undergraduate teaching  [cached]
Marko A. Dimitrijevi????
International Journal of Online Engineering (iJOE) , 2005,
Abstract: Computer system for laboratory exercises in basic analogue electronics was developed. It is aimed to emphasize the learning of electronic component and circuit behavior and to develop other praxis to teaching measurement skills. Hardware part of the system is based on PC computers with acquisition cards and circuits whose parameters are measured. The software part is realized using LabVIEW programming tool. The main goal of this system is to simplify manipulation of instruments, faster measurement and acquisition of the results, providing students to concentrate on measurement essence.
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