Dr. Saeed Mohammadi
Research Engineer at Apple
Capacitive sensors have found a wide range of applications in portable devices including smart phones, tablets, laptops, and more recently wearable devices. In this talk I will discuss their capabilities, limitations, and technical details of implementing such sensors for real life applications. The first portion of the talk will be leaning toward the general understanding of capacitive sensors, while the second half will delve into more details for modeling and implementation aspects of these versatile and powerful devices.
All students and enthusiasts are invited to attend this lecture
Saeed Mohammadi is a received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Electronics from Sharif University of Technology, he then move to Georgia Institute of Technology for a Ph.D. in the area of microsystems and sensors. He had his postdoctoral studies completed in Stanford University and has worked as a research scientist/engineer at Google Life Sciences (now Verily). He is now working as a research engineer at Apple.
Saeed has multiple scientific and engineering publications which are cited more than 1000 times. He has received multiple awards for his work including a best paper award at IEEE Frequency Control Symposium in Honolulu, HI.