Student Research and Scholarly Works
The department of Engineering Science strongly supports student research and student scholarly activities. Each semester, many of our EE students engage in a variety of funded and/or corporate sponsored projects. The results of these projects are often submitted to peer-reviewed conferences and journals. Below is a list of selected student Presentations, Posters, and Peer-Reviewed Publications accomplished by EE students at SSU.
Student Scholarly Works:
- Feng Weng & Farahmand, Advanced Flood Monitoring, presented at Global City Team Challenge Expo, Austin TX, June 2016, Sponsored by National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and USIgnite, June 2016
- McGuire & Farahmand, "Techniques in Data Visualization for Electrical Engineering: From Embedded Systems to the IoT", American Society for Engineering Education, New Orleans, LA, Jun. 2016.
- Janene Grippi & Farahmand, A Low-Cost Real-Time Movement Monitoring System To Evaluate Parkinson Disease Treatment, Global Humanitarian Technology Conference, October 2016
- Luis Reyes, Campbell Smith & Farahmand, PD Analytics: a low-cost device that can quantify tremors associated with Parkinson's Disease. Poster presentation, May 2015
- Jenifer Nunn & Farahmand, Advances in Movement Monitoring, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, March 2015
- Scott Parmley, Jason Kelly & Farid Farahmand, "Smarden: A Smart Gardening Approach to Conserve Resources", Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC), San Jose CA, Oct. 2014.
- Harika Kuppuru, Swathi Matsa & Farahmand, "Introducing a Remotely Accessible Optical Laboratory for Undergraduate Students", American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), San Antonio, TX, Jun. 2013
To view more student publications please visit SSU ScolarWorks.
Also see our Master's Thesis archive.
Every summer the Engineering department hosts a number of high school, undergraduate and graduate students from SSU and other institutions to engage in exciting and funded real-world research activities during summer. Summer research scholars are selected by faculty and receive a highly engaging mentoring experience. Participants in the program are expected to spend at least10 weeks working on their projects and present their results in poster, talks and presentation sessions at various conferences and even possibly peer-reviewed journals. To learn more about the summer research program at the engineering department at SSU, please contact Dr. Farid Farahmand (farid.farahmand at sonoma dot edu).
Over the past several years the Advanced Internet Technology in the Interest of Society Laboratory (AITIS Lab) at Sonoma State University has enabled various research opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students, establishing external collaboration opportunities, involving students in publications, and successfully obtaining research funding. AITIS Lab is currently very active in developing low-cost technologies focusing on environmental monitoring and bio-medical devices. For more information about current projects developed by students at AITIS Lab please refer to its web page.