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Measurement and Instrumentation (August 2017) is a Course

Measurement and Instrumentation (August 2017)

Started Aug 4, 2017
4.0 credits

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Measurement and Instrumentation focuses on transducers and instrumentation in engineering systems, including measurement and data collection, signal conditioning and amplification.


Professor Liyanage C De Silva

Professor Liyanage C De Silva received BSc Eng (Hons) degree from the University of Moratuwa Sri Lanka in 1985, MPhil degree from The Open University of Sri Lanka in 1989, MEng and PhD degrees from the University of Tokyo, Japan in 1992 and 1995 respectively. He was with the University of Tokyo, Japan, from 1989 to 1995. From April 1995 to March 1997 he pursued his postdoctoral research as a researcher at ATR (Advanced Telecommunication Research) Laboratories, Kyoto, Japan. In March 1997 he joined The National University of Singapore as a Lecturer where he was an Assistant Professor till June 2003. He was with the Massey University, New Zealand from 2003 to 2007. Currently he is the Professor of Engineering and the Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Integrated Technologies at the University of Brunei Darussalam.


Online forums will be used to support the scaffolding of knowledge, understanding and abilities. The teaching style will include video conferencing, discussion forums and activity based learning techniques. The focus of the teaching style will be determined through learning diagnostics, undertaken by students, which will identify learning styles needs. A cooperative learning framework is used as a means of supporting equity for both teaching and learning styles.

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What you get

  • Instrumentation and data acquisition including errors in measurement and control systems
  • Transducers for measuring physical parameters including but not limits to pressure, flow rate, temperature, level, volume and other parameters of engineering systems
  • Operational amplifiers and their use in instrumentation