CDR Report Sample for Electronics Engineers
CDR Report Sample: Electronics Engineer
ANZSCO Code: 233411
The Competency Demonstration Report Sample for Electronics Engineer includes all the necessary reports such as Three Career Episodes, Continuing Professional Development, Summary Statement and Curriculum Vitae. The Content of the CDR Report Sample is as follows:
- Curriculum Vitae: Resume based on a professional template.
- Continuing Professional Development Sample: CPD Sample clearly explains the author’s Engineering Knowledge- 1000 words.
- Electronics Engineer Career Episode Report Sample – 1: “Integrating Plug-In Electric Vehicles into the Electric Power System”- 2100 words.
- Electronics Engineer Career Episode Report Sample – 2: “Integrated Polarisation Rotators”- 1700 words.
- Electronics Engineer Career Episode Report Sample – 3: “Evaluation of Microwave Microscopy for Dielectric Characterization”- 2100 words.
- Electronics Engineer Summary Statement Sample: Detail explanation of all the competency element- 1300 words.
Electronics Engineer Career Episode Report: Sample 1
Project Name: Integrating Plug-in Electric Vehicles into the Electric Power System
- To investigate on-board power electronics topologies for bidirectional vehicle-to-grid and grid-to-vehicle power transfer
- To estimate the electric energy and power consumption by fleets of light-duty PEVs
- To create an operating framework for the scheduling and dispatch of electric power by PEV aggregators
- To investigate the pricing of electricity by PHEV aggregators and how it affects the decision-making process of a cost-conscious PHEV owner
- To identify the impacts on distribution systems from PEVs under aggregator control
- To model light-duty PEVs for long-term energy and transportation planning at a national scale
Electronics Engineer Career Episode Report: Sample 2
Project Name: Integrated Polarisation Rotators
In the second Career Episode, the author writes in detail about the project entitled “Integrated Polarisation Rotators”. He performed this project when he was a PhD student at University of Glasgow. Some of the important tasks he did on this project are listed as follows:
- To control and manipulate the state of polarisation of optical signals
- To develop design and fabrication methods of novel integrated passive polarisation converter
- To operate two novel integrated reciprocal single-section passive polarisation converter devices
- Rigorous theoretical optimisation of the device geometries
- Incorporation of adiabatic taper sections
Electronics Engineer Career Episode Report: Sample 3
Project Name: Evaluation of Microwave Microscopy for Dielectric Characterization
In third Career Episode, the author explains the project he was involved in when he was a PhD student at University of Birmingham. The project name was “Evaluation of Microwave Microscopy for Dielectric Characterization”. His key responsibilities in this project were:
- Calculations and measurements of standard samples
- Procedure of measurement of dielectric samples
- Effect of the coupling coefficient
- To demonstrate the uncertainty in the measurement of the relative permittivity of bulk samples
- To demonstrate the limitations of the image charge model extended to thin films