Faculty Name: Anthony Lemus Courses Taught: Engineering 101, Six Sigma Design, Introduction to Medical Devices Current Research: Process Engineering and Biometrics Best form of contact? Email and SLACK Six Questions with Professor Lemus 1. What is your favorite part of teaching at Fowler School of Engineering? Helping and seeing students ideate and develop ideas into
A team of Fowler School of Engineering (FSE) students developed ShotBot, a drink delivery device used to improve efficiency and cut operating costs in restaurants and bars. According to the ShotBot team’s research, 37 percent of restaurants reopening after the pandemic in California are unable to pay their rent and 350,000 restaurant jobs remain unfilled.
Chapman’s commitment to research in artificial intelligence and the data sciences is more powerful than ever. That’s because the university’s students and faculty researchers now have at their fingertips one of the fastest supercomputer clusters in the region. The new computer system, capable of performing 8 quadrillion calculations a second, is the product of Chapman’s
Faculty Name: Dr. Mark Harrison Courses Taught: CPSC 230, CPSC 351, EENG 410 (starting spring 2023) Current Research: I work on designing integrated nanophotonic devices (really small circuits that guide light) for information processing applications (improving communication and computing networks). We use powerful computer simulation tools to design the devices, get them fabricated, then we test
Chapman University’s Office of Research offered the Research Seed Fund for the first time this year. The Research Seed Fund provides competitive, merit-based support to short-term projects intended to support Chapman University faculty in the development of new and innovative research. Awards are for a maximum of $20,000 and a period of 12 months. All
Two Fowler Engineering faculty members received a competitive grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to further their research. Dhanya Nair, Ph.D. and Nasim Estakhri, Ph.D. were awarded these grants late last year and early 2022. The National Science Foundation (NSF) is an independent federal agency created by Congress in 1950 “to promote the progress