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Društvo za elektroničke elemente  - Polje interesa za EDS su svi aspekti fizike, tehnike, teorije i fenomena elektroničkih i ionskih naprava kao što su elementarne i složene poluvodički naprave, organski i drugi u nastajanju materijalno temeljeni elementi, elementi s kvantnim efektom, optički uređaji, pokazivački i slikovni uređaji, fotonaponski, poluvodički senzori i aktuatori, poluvodički elementi snage, visokofrekvencijski elementi, mikromehanički, te cijevni i drugi vakumski elementi. Društvo se bavi istraživanjem, razvojem, projektiranjem i proizvodnjom vezano na materijale, obradom, tehnologijom i primjenom takvih elemenata, te znanstvenim, tehničkim i drugim aktivnostima koje doprinose razvoju ovog područja.

Društvo za poluvodičke integrirane sklopove - Oblikovanje, implementacija i primjena integriranih sklopova u poluvodičima.


Objavljeno: 10. 12. 2014. u 19:13
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Odjel za elektroničke elemente / poluvodičke integrirane sklopove i Odjel za obrazovanje Hrvatske sekcije IEEE pozivaju vas na predavanje


Uses of Systematic Literature Review in Education and Research


koje će održati Branimir Pejčinović, redoviti profesor na Portland State University, Oregon, USA

u ponedjeljak, 22. prosinca 2014. u 15 sati u Sivoj vijećnici Fakulteta elektrotehnike i računarstva Sveučilišta u Zagrebu.


Understanding prior art or state-of-the-art is something that all researcher are familiar with. All researchers have some idea what ''literature review'' means and can probably explain to students what it is and how to do it. There is evidence, however, that learning this process is not as easy as we normally assume and that even when it is taught it is done in less than systematic fashion. Furthermore, systematic literature reviews (SLR) have become research sub-specialties in some fields such as medicine and software engineering. We have very recently started using SLR approach in graduate electrical engineering class on solid state electronics with two goals: a) improving students' understanding of SLR by applying the method to a relevant topic, and b) using SLR as a method to teach topics from solid-state physics. Our working hypotheses are: a) situating SLR in a specific course content and context is pedagogically more effective than teaching it as a stand-alone topic, and b) SLR (or similar methods) help with student learning of topics that are of interest in a given course. If true, this is a win-win situation. We will report on some initial experiences and observations and propose a specific protocol that can be implemented in other courses. Finally, it should be stressed that only if learning of such skills is dispersed across entire curriculum can we expect students to really learn this valuable skill.


Short bio of Branimir Pejcinovic

Branimir Pejcinovic received his B.S. degree from University of Zagreb, and M.S. and  Ph.D. degrees from University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He is a Professor and former Associate Chair for Undergraduate Education at Portland State University, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. In this role he led department-wide changes in curriculum with emphasis on project- and lab-based instruction and learning. His research interests are in the areas of semiconductor device characterization, design and simulation, signal integrity and THz sensors. He is a member of IEEE and ASEE.

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