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Graduate Student Showcase
The Spring 2022 Graduate Student Showcase will take place on various dates, starting around April 27, 2022.
The Virtual Graduate Student Showcase has been developed so that graduate students can share their research, scholarship, and creative projects with faculty, fellow students, and the public.
The showcases are excellent opportunities for students to gain valuable presentation experience and feedback on their work, and for professionals, alumni, and the public to learn about various scholarship activities in the college.
CE Masters Culminating Experience Presentations
The Department of Civil Engineering at Sacramento State is well known for practice-based curriculum and developing graduates with a strong technical background prepared for lifelong learning.
- Presentations are 15 minutes long with 5 minutes for Q&A.
Date: April 29, 2022
Time: 11:30 a.m.
Date: April 27, 2022
Time: Noon to 1:30 p.m.
Format: In-person seminar
Husam Ali – “Residential Heating and Cooling Energy Savings Through the Use of New/Advanced/Ductless/Mini-Split HVAC Systems”
Andrew Chan – “Numerical Investigation on Blade Icing and Heating-Based Anti-Icing Process for Wind Turbines”
Brian Dyer – “Alternative Heat Treatment Methods to Traditional Case Carburizing for Gear Steels”
B.K. Evangelista – “Laser Powder Bed Fusion-induced Surface Roughness and Effects on Thermal Fluid Performance for Additively Manufactured Inconel-718 in Liquid Rocket Components”
Ram Gunjur – “Multiple Memory Shape Memory Alloy by Altering the Ni-Ti Alloy Ratio”
Timothy Hagen – “Analysis of Algal Biomass Growth and Processing Techniques for Use in a Carbon Capture System”
Ali Ibraheem – “Vertically Upward Moving Drilling Arm for Dead and High Spot Drilling Operation”
Ahmed Jabir – “Energy Performance Analysis for a Building in Iraq”
Mahdi Jahami – “Economic and Environmental Study of Biomass Energy Resources in California and Impacts of Wildfires”
Alex King – “Quantifying Suspension Performance of Off-Road Vehicles for Optimum Tuning”
Kenneth Mercado – “Vibration Suppression on a 1-DOF, Flexible Robot Manipulator”
Alaa Mirghani – “Strength Analysis of a Fan’s Blade of CFM56-7B Turbofan Engine, (Boeing 737-700)”
Sarahanne Mora – “Analysis of Wells Turbine with Leading-Edge Tubercles for Oscillating Water Column Wave Energy Converter”
Christopher Moriarty – “Optimization of Aerodynamic Systems by the Incorporation of Mechatronics”
Erick Mutayabarwa – “Polymer Electrolyte Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cell Model for Lab Development”
Tyler Neabeack – “NIF Target Motion and Vibration Characterization”
Carlos Ortiz – “Financial and Economic Feasibility Study of Using Solar and Wind Energy for Cryptocurrency Mining”
Smit Patel – “Design and Performance Analysis of Vehicle Suspension System”
Roya Raheb – “Comparing Fuel Consumption From Diesel Power Generator Fueled with Diesel and Biodiesel”
Rhyan Reynolds – “A Novel Testing Approach for Magnetorheological Elastomers”
Xiaoliang Sun – “Speed Relation to Energy Dissipation in Vehicle Collisions Based on Three Dimensional Deformation”
Samuel Tkachuk – “Numerical Investigation of the Urban Canopy Flows Pertinent to Renewable Energy Applications”
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Date: Tuesday, May 10, 2022
Time: 1 - 4 p.m
Format: 15-minute Zoom presentations.
Jordan Duval - 1 p.m. "Hydropower generator voltage perturbation response and machine limit protection with a modern regulator application” Advisor: Atousa Yazdani
Tariq Ziyad Alzahrani - 1:20 p.m. "Beam alignment for millimeter wave wireless communication systems" Advisor: Mohammed Eltayeb
Aaron Diab - 1:40 p.m. "Assistive mobility device force measurement data conversion and graphing application" Advisor: Warren D. Smith
Hemiha Vasanthakumaran - 2 p.m. "Enhancing Traffic safety and efficiency in intelligent transportation systems using vehicle-to-everything communications" Advisor: Mohammed Eltayeb
Tony Petelo - 2:20 p.m. "Applying the potential energy boundary surface (PEBS) method to a single-matching semi-infinite bus model for Lyapunov analysis of microgrids" Advisor: Atousa Yazdani
Devarshi Devanshu Joshi - 2:40 p.m. "FPGA Transceiver Tile Validation Methodology" Advisor: Mohammed Eltayeb
Sayali Sandeep Sawant - 3 p.m. "Improving GPS accuracy using Machine Vision" Advisor: Mohammed Eltayeb
George Medina Jr. - 3:20 p.m. "Millimeter-wave antenna array diagnosis with partial channel state information" Advisor: Mohammed Eltayeb
Chinmay Shirish Deshmukh - 3:40 p.m. "Construction road signs detection for improving traffic safety" Advisor: Mohammed Eltayeb
For more information about the ECS Virtual Graduate Student Showcase or for inquiries about participation in future showcases as a project sponsor, client, or technical mentor, please contact Associate Dean Kevan Shafizadeh at firstname.lastname@example.org.