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This should be a list of topics you can learn in general (and as long this is EngineeringStudents you may not learn in courses as well). Have a look what might fits you, what can be a benefit for you in future and what sounds fun. This list will never be 100% correct, there will be stuff missing and maybe some things change over time (also a lot of typos and bad grammar, I'm sorry). But with your help we may create a list with interessting and helpful topics. Yes this post was made around half a year ago, but is usefull in my opinion and would be to sad to be lost in the archive.
Hello everyone,
I noticed a couple of posts in the last weeks where people are looking for stuff to learn, but are not sure what. So I want to make a small list of EE-stuff what I recommend, beside most standard stuff (like Calc I, Ohms law etc.). I have no clue about other engineering fields (I'm into automation & robotic), but maybe YOU can help out for your engineering field, but please in another topic, not here*!* (but will be linked, if you post them in the comments)
One general advice, if you know where you want to work in future, you shall not wear blinkers and concentrate just on stuff of your field. Take a look outside the box and try to learn some stuff. You don't have to be a master on all fields, but be able to know what other engineers are talking about. Short notice: I try to list mostly free or open-source stuff, because some of us haven't got a student-licence (and/or the money), but I also know that you can't beat some commercial products so far.
General Stuff:
  • LaTex (and Addons you may want to use) - I know a lot of people are stucking on Work/OpenOffice/LibreOffice and similar programms. It is intuitive to deal with it, but if you are not an advanced/expert in Word and writing your thesis you may go nuts like I went. With LaTex you are "programming" your thesis. Sounds creepy, but it looks so good (and much better than Word-Stuff) . Have a look, because many professional papers are made with it. You may get help at LaTeX.
Programming languages:
  • Assembler - You want to programm stuff realy fast and want to be one with your embedded system? Than you have to learn assembler, the language every other programming language is speaking in the end. It depends on the microprocessor you are using, because they have different command lines. Try to deal with a RISC (PICxxx family) and a CISC processor (8086) and you will have a feeling how to deal with them. (Example Tutorial)
  • C - maybe you learned it already, maybe not. C is one of the fastes functional procedural, structured languages every made. Many microcontroller boards deal with it and is mostly used in embedded systems. You will have great power to do anything, but also great responsibility. It is easy to learn the basic stuff, but more complex when you want to do advanced stuff. Reddits: C_Programming Try the IDE Qt for such stuff, because it is packed full of good stuff and is free to use (afaik). Also you can programm in ...
  • C++ - as well in Qt. C++ is the bigger brother of C. Mostly the same blood is flooding along the code lines, but is a little bit different. C++ supports object-orientaded programming (OOP), what C can't do (so easily). If you can deal with C, it is maybe the best entrance in the OOP-World. It is used for operating systems, virtuall machines, embedded systems as well and some more. When you can deal with C++, you may be able to deal with Java(what I don't like, but different reasons) as well. Have a look on the actual new standard C++20! Reddit: cpp
  • Python 3 (yes there is Python 2 as well, but ...) - the most famous interpreter language in our time at the moment. It works different than C/++, but you will find much similarities. There are tons of tutorials out there. You can use python for big data-stuff, image processing, robotics, gaming, sensor stuff and many more things. Tons of packages are free to use for your project, if you download it you get a ligthweight IDE IDLE as well and is very dynamic. If you can deal the cons (it runs until errors appear and other stuff), it can be a good friend. If you have some experiences with IDEs and want to make bigger private projects I recommened PyCharm, because you will learn to programm in the PEP8 standard (rules how to write good code in Python) and have plenty of tools for your pure Python code. Watch licences! Reddit: Python
  • Matlab (free alternatives: Scilab/GNU Octave) - normally I would not support it, because a licence is expensive (even for unis and companies). But it is still used by many Profs., so you have to deal with it anyway. Matlab is "a giant calculator-interpreter-programming language". When you have matching packages it can be a good friend for image processing, controlling, robotics, math problems, numeric and many more (some of us may heared about Simulink and Stateflow which is based on Matlab). So it is a powerfull tool, but expensive. Maybe try Scilab or Octave as well (maybe not so powerfull, but usefull). Reddit: matlab
  • R - When you have to deal with stochastic stuff, data mining and big data stuff. Sometimes this language can be pretty handy, because it is specialised for this use case. Reddit: Rlanguage
  • Rust - An upcoming language, which promise to be safer than C, by great performance and slim in it's size. What you can do with it? Well theyself say nearly everything. It is more complex in the beginning, but if you are able to tame it, it may be a powerfull weapon. Learn Material- Reddit: rust
Electronic stuff:
  • Electromagnetic compatibility(EMC) - I'm an automation guy and EMC is Voodo for me. But it is one of the core competences you need to design circuits. How do you have to design your board, that obscure phenomenons won't happen (signals that shouldn't be there). What is this stuff and what weapons exists to fight these ghosts! :^)
  • VHDL and Verilog - There are three kingdoms of integrated ciruits (IC): Microcontrollers, FPGAs and ASICs. VHDL and Verilog are from FPGA land and very popular. FPGA is "hardware programming". But this is where my knowledge ends to be honest.
  • fritzing- Programm to create nice looking pictures with breadboards, motors, arduinos ... , circuit layouts and making your printed boards. Easy to use and for beginners helpful.
  • EAGLE - fritzing is for beginners and you want to be more professional in designing circuit diagramms? Then you may use EAGLE. I'm not sure what kind of licences exist at the moment, because it was bougth by Autodesk come years ago? But I think there is still a small free version for everyone and maybe a special license for students (but I'm not sure!). A good open source alternative is KiCAD.
  • Applied Mechanics - wait you will say, you are EE and tell me to learn ME stuff for circuit boards? Yes! Because your circuit boards may have to deal the toughest conditions. Dropping your smartphone, vibrating plates, bending...it happens to your board as well. So learn to deal with it.
  • LTSpice - simulating circuits with a high parameter variety (like termic noise etc) [thx CaulkParty ]
  • Altium for PCB-design, seems to be one of the mostly used in industry
Automation &Robotic:
  • Language standards for PLC - There are plenty of sellers of PLC stuff. Rockwell, Siemens, Mitsubishi and many more. Depending where you are living there is a "trend" to a company. When you have the money and/or possibility to work with it, do it. I don't know if there is a cheap one out there, but maybe YOU can help us out.
  • Applied Mechanics - A robot is not just DH-Parameters and cables alone. It is good to know what your robot can lift, what forces and torques exist while your robots tries to throw a 90kg stone 300m far...while driving on a truck ... taped on a ladder...while the truck is driving around a sharp corner up the hill (ME students may laugh or cry here as well).
  • Linux - Sooner or later you may be confronted with Linux. A free operating system, which is not like Windows or this thing with the fruit. It is used so many times, especially in the embedded field. It is not easy to get into it at the beginning, but an easy start is with Raspbian(and a Raspberry Pi, because it's optimised for that) or for Notebooks/PCs Ubuntu. There are plenty of distributions and you have to find your favourite one (I was distro hopping a couple of times).
  • Quaternion - when you are dealing with robotic the first time, you know the singularity problems. Not with Quaternions. If you know how to work with them, you will be a step ahead of other people.
  • Safety - A point I missed in my courses. How do I design a robot cell? Where does an emergency stop has to be? What is SIL? And when do I have to deal with a risk (there will never be 100% safety in a process).
  • Security - Like Safety I missed this in my courses as well. In a time where digitalisation is everywhere. From mobile apps, killer USBs, ransoftware, snake oils, 5G, GPG etc. How can I be sure that my data was not manipulated? How can I protect my system against introuders? Why has data securety to be such a thing? And when is it usefull?
  • CAE/CAD ( computer-aided engineering/design) - Sometimes you should be able to read a technical drawing and how you can design your own prototype. Especially while 3D-Printers are on the rise in the industry. Poorly I don't have a clue about good&free software in this case. =/ Otherwise SolidWorks and Autodesk Inventor is the most used software in this topic afaik and Studentlicences exist. This is not about mechanical constructions only, sometimes even electrical construction or simulations. Reddits: SolidWorks, AutodeskInventor
  • Hydraulic & pneumatic - Another topic from ME. If you know the basics as EE it is good enough (reading hydraulic and pneumatic plans, how do valves (and the sensoric) work, what are basic components in such systems, math of pressure etc. ...). [WANTED: GOOD PAGES FROM ME PEOPLE TO ADD AS LINK HERE)
  • computer networking - There will be much more technology working via networks. So you should know something about switches, routers, IP-Networks (especially IPv6), TCP/UDP (, fieldbus systems). It's not so popular in "classic" EE, but I think this will be a big deal in future anyway.
  • ROS and Industrial ROS - an open-source framework for robotic. It is good for fun stuff and to learn a bit around robotic, but in case of expensive constructs or safety stuff not reliable! Reddit: ROS
  • MPLab X IDE - IDE to simulate and programm microcontrollers. (thx UnDeaD_AmP )
Information - and communications technology:
  • Wireshark - paket analyser for network stuff. Can be usefull for automation as well (field bus). Reddit: wireshark
  • GNU Radio - (thx to CaulkParty): Capturing and demodulating real-time radio transmissions, Real-time signal capturing of cellphone transmission packets fed to Wireshark, Simulation of a radio and more.
Micro- and Nanoelectronics:
  • Here could be your advise as well!
Power Electronic/Electric:
  • Powerworld - used to simulate large power systems, old legacy software that's used all the time in industry
  • AutoCAD Electrical - See CAE/CAD
  • Batteries - LiPo, NiCd, LiFo etc. What is important to know, why you should have a safe charge place, fireressistant covers when you build your own charging electronic and more.
  • Renewable Energy - wind, solar, hydro and more. How they work, how to regulate them and if such a gadget would be good enough for the next hiking/camping trip
  • Learn about transformers, 3 phase power, know what a duck curve is and why it could be bad
Craftmanship (can be tricky, because you may not get the tools and somebody with experience for that)
  • Minecraft <--basic
  • soldering - because it is everywhere and breadboards are not made for eternity
  • drilling (sounds easy but you may should know some stuff)
  • making your own circuit board from scratch ( Never done it before? Be extra carful in case you want to deal with acid! Better grab somebody who can help you out with that!)
Yes I can see some of you are rolling with their eyes and thinking "serious"? And you are right! And wrong! Don't underestimate Softskills. Having lectures about that stuff is sometimes pretty boring, but you won't believe what people are out there not being able to handle stuff. Neither Time management, not social skills to deal with conflicts and so on. Some people don't even know that they are missing this kind of skill set. Be honest to yourself and get at least a basic set. It is difficult to teach suc things for yourself and some techniques won't work, but others will (I manage my projects in another way than my workmates do).
[Sources are welcome, because this field is huge. I will just describe stuff I know/recommened/warn about ...]
  • Time Management - Scheduling the week, an event, your life and more. Are you using your smart phone caleneder? A Notebook? How to know where to start with your pool of tasks? There are many ways how to handle stuff.
  • Conflict solving skills - My old Prof worked in a company before and he told us that 50% of his time was solving conflicts between people and 50% doing engineer stuff. Many conflicts are based on a misunderstanding, excalating over time and explode by a tiny spark. You need to moderate these conflicts which measn. Make rules (no bad words, don't get loud, we don't talk when the other one is talking), be neutral and don't take position, try to find the root of the evil, ask questions so the others have to answer and make breaks when needed ... and sometimes you even have to know a point where you have to say "Fuck it, you don't want a solution, deal with your own stuff".
  • Presentation Skills/Debate Skills - You know this one prof who is writing in a cryptic wingdings font in size 4, while mumbeling stuff with the blackboard to explain stuff and you are sitting in the other corner of the room, running your AI skills to understand stuff. Or the other one who is using yellow letters on white background and wondering, that you can't see them via beamer, but on the PC it was so clear. Don't be that type as well! Speak loud and clear, ask if every one can here you, make rules at the start like "Questions after the presentation please", check your presentation location, make tests if everything works, choose a good medium (free talk, powerpoint like things, placards, >> practical stuff if possible << (alsways good)), make the presentation for the target audience you expect, improvise if needed etc. Talk in front of a honest test audience, know how to built up your presentation (mine is Intro, definition, history, basics, topic, meta stuff/future, end statement). Know the fouls of a conversation and try to find a good way handeling them. It is important to stand against others in a discussion as well.
  • Project Management skills - The father of many softskills: Waterfall model, Kanban, V-Modell, time management, importants of tasks, how big is your team, handling budget, risk management, RISK MANAGEMENT (doubled, because especially as engineer it should be on your skill list or know what to do), teamwork and more.
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Maybe I will add/change some stuff from time to time...
Anything you are missing? Put it in the comments and if I know it (or enough other) I will add it on the list as well.
Something wrong? Please let me notice so I can change that!
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