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Fabien Chraim, Ph.D. 2014

Advisor: Prof. Pister
(510) 859-3445

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BIOGRAPHY
Fabien Chraim earned a Bachelor's degree with honors in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the American University of Beirut in 2009. He obtained an M.S. in Civil Systems Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley in 2010 after which, he joined the PhD program in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences. He was student researcher working with Prof. Kristofer S.J. Pister at the Berkeley Sensor and Actuator Center until August 2014. He is the CTO and co-founder of Solfice Research, Inc.

Smart Fence and Other Wireless Sensing Applications for Critical Industrial Environments [BPN596]
Following the successful showcase of the Smart Fence technology, this project aims at using MEMS and Optical Sensors in combination with Low-Power radios to implement industrial wireless sensing applications. Using inertial sensors, valve position monitoring and machine vibration sensing are added for safeguarding both personnel and equipment. Finally, gas leak detection and localization is implemented and tested using IR combustible gas sensors. This project is concerned both with the COTS-based hardware and software behind each application.


Current Active Projects:
BPN596
BPN768
 

     Last Updated: Tue 2014-Oct-07 16:05:53

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