Join us for an engaging webinar series, where we collaborate with MathWorks to showcase California State Universities’ remarkable endeavors in education and research.
In our second webinar, Dr. Mohammad Hasan, Assistant Professor at California Polytechnic State University, will discuss the role of embedded software in integrating a broad range of electrical and mechanical components and the need to optimize it. He will explore the art of expediting the iterative build and test process for developmental and operational testing. Topics covered will include mechanics, electronics, control and hardware deployment, and will also focus on using Simulink to optimize the software design process.
Mohammad Hasan is an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo (Cal Poly). He earned his BSc degree in mechatronics engineering from Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST) and his MSc and PhD in mechanical and materials engineering from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln. Prior to joining Cal Poly, he was an assistant professor of robotics engineering at Columbus State University. Hasan’s research focuses on intelligent robotics and mechatronics systems, robotic control, machine learning, neuromorphic computing and dynamical systems.