Kristijan Nelkovski is an electrical engineering student, a freelance web designer, an innovator and an entrepreneur. He's currently working towards a bachelors degree in electrical engineering at Ss Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje - Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies. His main areas of interest are automation and robotics. He is also interested in electronics, microcontrollers, circuit design, software and web development. Kristijan currently resides in Macedonia.
The Scientific Instruments of the Mars Perseverance Rover
The successful landing of the Mars Perseverance Rover was not just a breakthrough for the world: it also marked the first time that the very latest sensor technologies may be used outside our planet. We look at the ground-breaking designs and other details behind the instruments on the rover.
one Month ago
BMW’s Production Capabilities Are Set to Be Optimised by Its Planned Quantum Computing Project
The leading automaker BMW has announced that it is planning to use Honeywell’s quantum computing technology to streamline its manufacturing operations. The car manufacturer is also working with Singapore-based startup Entropica Labs whose experience in quantum software will further inform the project.
2 months ago
What NYU and IBM’s Research May Tell us About Spintronics in Computing
In early 2020, NYU (New York University) and the magnetic memory development team at IBM Research revealed a potential method to improve data storage using the motion of electrons in magnetic materials. In view of the partnership’s breakthroughs, we discuss the clear potential of spintronics in modern computing.
4 months ago
Combining 3D Printing, Robotics, and Other Innovation in Smart Building Construction
Additive manufacturing, already an innovative electrical design approach, is now crossing over to the field of construction—making it possible to manufacture 3D-printed buildings. Now, the next step for electrical engineers (EEs) is becoming clear: the development of embedded devices for the robotics-based construction of 3D-printed automated smart homes.
about 5 months ago
Intel’s ‘Horse Ridge’ Chip and What It Could Mean for the Future of Quantum Computing
During the last couple of years, corporations in collaboration with researchers have been working in the field of quantum computing. Notable examples are IBM Quantum, Microsoft’s Azure Quantum, and Google’s Sycamore, to name just a few. The category also includes Intel’s partnership with QuTech in their research and development into quantum computer control circuitry.
6 months ago
Tesla’s Gigafactory Berlin on Its Way to Local Battery Manufacturing
Tesla Gigafactory Berlin-Brandenburg (aka Giga Berlin) is currently under construction and heading towards achieving local battery manufacturing using a new battery technology design. Giga Berlin is an example of Tesla’s interest in more efficient batteries, particularly as batteries reflect the company’s most costly manufacturing process for its electric vehicle production plans.
7 months ago
A Grain-Sized Sensor for Wearables or Drone-Based Use in Industrial Environments
Scientists from General Electric's Research division in Niskayuna, New York, have made a breakthrough in the development of a grain-sized gas sensor design that claims high performance and precision.
about 11 months ago
The First Electrically-Driven Topological Laser Resolves Device Manufacturing Flaws
Researchers from the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore and the University of Leeds in the UK have developed a new type of laser technology that will revolutionize the manufacturing of lasers.
one Year ago
How 3D Printing Works for Electrical and Electronic Systems Design
Additive manufacturing has existed for over 40 years, but only recently has it informed electrical and electronic systems design applications—thanks to the boom in inexpensive, easy-to-use 3D printing technologies.
one Year ago