Dr. Etezad has a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering. She is passionate about teaching and the environment. That is why our research is focused on creating a better environment for education and living.
The overall goal of this project is to integrate braille and graphics on the same platform, using a small dynamic tactile grid. This project will characterize user acceptability of a dynamic tactile system when the braille or graphical patterns are presented in a personalized manner
Computer Engineering BS
Computer Science BS/Electrical Engineering BS
Computer Science BS
Computer Science BS/Psychology min
Computer Science BS/Electrical Engineering BS
I am a Sophomore Computer Engineering major with an Analytics minor. My expected graduation date in Spring 2024. In my massive amount of free time, I enjoy playing a bunch of different sports, including: Baseball, Soccer, Volleyball, and Golf. I am excited to work with my peers on this FMCW radio project to further my education.
I’m currently a sophomore at Chapman University majoring in Software Engineering with a minor in Electrical Engineering. My interests are in project management and documentation, as well as robotics and rf signals. I enjoy reading, writing, camping, and spending time with friends.
Undergraduate Degree -
Electrical Engineering BS/Mathematics min
The Etezad Research Lab at Chapman University is investigating how to create radar sensors for various applications such as enhancing the classroom experience, student behavior detection, and solving environmental sustainability challenges.
Our main project is focused on using a portable FMCW (Frequency-Modulated Continuous Wave) Radar to detect and track student attentiveness in classrooms. The goal of this project is to give instructors a tool to measure the attentiveness of students during lectures to help them improve their pedagogical techniques.
Congratulations to Samuel Bernsen and Daniel Dinh for winning the SURF award.
Primary author Andrew Wells and co-authors Trey Alexander, Samuel Bernsen, Daniel Dinh, and Ethan Slade are presenting their work Preliminary Results for FMCW Radar Implemented With Software at STUDENT SCHOLAR SYMPOSIUM .
A. Wells, T. Alexander, M. Etezad, "Making Smart Phones Accessible to Braille Users", SMART ACCESSIBILITY 2023, The Eighth International Conference on Universal Accessibility in the Internet of Things and Smart Environments., 2023.
M.Etezad, “Innovative Pedagogy to Improve Presentation Skills of Engineering Students”, Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, January 2023.
M.Etezad, A.Wells , T. Alexander, S.Bernsen, and D. Dinh, “Measuring Student Attentiveness in the Classroom” , 2022 Southern California Conference on Undergraduate Research (SCCUR), Pepperdine University, Nov 2022.
M.Etezad, N.Estakhri, F. Cibrian,A.Wells , T. Alexander, S.Bernsen, D. Dinh, and E. Slade "Preliminary Results for FMCW Radar Implemented With Software", Student Scholar Symposium , Chapman University, May 2022.
M.Etezad, “ORGANIZING THE LEARNING PROCESS OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS: A CASE STUDY”, 20th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, January 2022.
K. Darymli, N.Hansen, M.Etezad, E. Gill, and B.Dawe, “High-Frequency Software-Defined Radar (HF-SDR): Preliminary Results” IEEE Conference, St. John's, NL,Canada, November 2015.
M. Etezad, M. kahrizi, and K. Khorasani, “A novel multiplexed fiber Bragg grating sensor with application in structural health monitoring,” Journal of physica status solidi (c), 2011.
M. Etezad, M. Kahrizi, and K. Khorasani, “Detection of distribution transverse load using the high birefringence Bragg grating and genetic algorithm,” IECON2012, Montréal, October 2012.
M. Etezad, M. Kahrizi and K. Khorasani, “Damage monitoring in composite structures by embedded fiber Bragg grating sensors,” 3rd International Conference on Heterogeneous Material Mechanics (ICHMM), May 2011.
M. Etezad, M. Kahrizi and K. Khorasani, “Monitoring of anomaly changes in composite structures by embedded high birefringence fiber Bragg grating sensors,” IEEE Newfoundland Electrical and Computer Engineering Conference (NECEC), November 2011.
M. Etezad, M. Kahrizi, K. Khorasani, “Analysis of temperature and strain changes profiles by using fiber Bragg grating sensors,” Fiber Optic Sensors and Applications VI conference, SPIE Symposium, April 2010.
M. Etezad, M. Kahrizi and K. Khorasani, “A novel multiplexed Fiber Bragg grating sensor with application in materials health monitoring,” International Conference on Optical and Optoelectronic Properties of Materials and Applications (ICOOPMA ) conference, August 2010.
M. Etezad and M. Kahrizi, “Schottky Barrier Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transistor: Electronic Characterizations,” Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering (CCECE), May 2006.
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