Design and Fabrication of Optical Rotation Sensors for Avionic Applications
This project is on the fabrication of optical sensors for avionics, in particular rotation sensing. Therefore, Smart Sensor Requirements for avionic systems should be considered. This also requires an understanding of optical devices, including lasers, LED (Light Emitting Diode), different types of lenses, diffusers, Photodiodes, and a full comprehension of optical and electrical sensors. In addition, it is needed to be familiar with electronics and measurement techniques. Moreover, it is essential to know techniques for signal processing.
PhD in Electrical Engineering
Polytechnique Montreal ▪ Montreal, Canada
Topic: Optical rotary sensors
ISS Student: I get involved in NSERC-CREATE Integrated Sensor Systems (ISS) Graduate Training Program at McGill University.
Master of Science in Electrical Engineering
K. N. Toosi University of Technology ▪ Tehran, Iran, 2009.
Topic: Analysis and Simulation of Switching in nonlinear photonic crystal (NPC), based on optical bistability property using finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
K. N. Toosi University of Technology ▪ Tehran, Iran, 2006.
Topic: Simulation of Link Access Protocol – Channel D (LAPD)
NSERC-CREATE Integrated Sensor Systems (ISS) Fellowship Award
Winner of NSERC-CREATE (ISS) Fellowship Award for two years since September, 2013.
Second prize of photo competition of research project
Winner of second prize of photo competition of research project at Winter Networking Event of NSERC-CREATE Integrated Sensor Systems (ISS) Graduate Training Program at McGill University
2500 Chemin de Polytechnique
Montreal, Quebec, H3T 1J4
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