CSUF Masters Theses and Projects

2015:  “Ambiguity Resolution by Using Double Difference of Carrier Phase Data,” Mariz Rofail Shehata

2015:  “Calibration of Non-Invasive Sensor to Measure Blood Glucose Level Based on Kalman Filtering,” Mohammadreza Khani.

2015:  Spring Semester EGEE 497 projects; 16 graduate and senior project students. 

2014:  Spring Semester EGEE 497 projects; 6 graduate and senior project students. 

2014:  “The Estimation of GPS Multipath Errors Using Dual Frequency Carrier Phase Data,”  Salman Al-Sultani. 

2014:  “Calculate Multipath Using GPS/INS Integration.”  Faezeh Mousavi.  Ms. Mousavi’s work was included in “Multipath Rejection using Cooperative GPS Receivers,” a paper coauthored with LinQuest Corporation corporate engineers, while she was a student at CSUF. It was presented at Joint Navigation Conference 2014, Sponsored by The Military Division of The Institute of Navigation. http://www.ion.org/jnc/upload/jnc14program.pdf.

2008:  “Attitude Estimation by Kalman Filter Based Data Fusion Using MEMS.” Malia Harris. (Submitted to Institute of Navigation’s 2008 Student Papers category) Joint research with Kenny Dang.

2008:  “Attitude Estimation by Kalman Filter Based Data Fusion Using MEMS.” Kenny Dang. (Submitted to Institute of Navigation’s 2008 Student Papers category) Joint research with Malia Harris.

2007:  “Multipath Estimation Using Dual Frequency Filters.”  Teresa Russell.

Fall 2006:  “Ionospheric Estimation Using Dual Frequency Receivers.”  Francisco Zabala.

Fall 2004:  “Comparison of the Satellite Position Determination, Using Almanac and Ephemeris Real Data,” John Carey.

Fall 2004:  “Comparison of the Satellite Position Determination, Using Almanac and Ephemeris Real Data,” Terry Wu.

Fall 2002:  "Autonomous Automobile Navigation, Using GPS, Odometer, and Compass," Yu Zhen

Fall 2002: "Autonomous Automobile Navigation, Using GPS, Odometer, and Compass," (different part of research) Li Li Ma.

Fall 2002: "Autonomous Automobile Navigation, Using GPS, Odometer, and Compass," (different part of research) Yang Yaming.

Fall 2001:  "GPS/Inertial Navigation System (INS)," Dylan Walker.

Fall 2000:  “PLL (Phase Lock Loop) and DLL (Delay Lock Loop) Design Used in GPS Receivers,”  Laura Cheung.  Project selected to be showcased in June 2000 at LH/CSU event. Thesis received Outstanding Thesis Award from School of ECS.

Spring 2000:  “Satellite Position Determination from Real Ephemeris Data,” (with different data) Samar Helwani.

Spring 2000:  “Determination of Various Dilution of Precision, GDOP, PDOP, HDOP, VDOP, and TDOP from Almanac Data,” (with different data), Julie Wang.

Fall 1999 :  “Gyroless Attitude Determination, Part 1,” David Flynn.

Fall 1999:   “Determination of Various Dilution of Precision, GDOP, PDOP, HDOP, VDOP and TDOP from Almanac Data,” Mohammad Ahmed.

Fall 1999:  “Satellite Position Determination from Real Ephemeris Data,” Ehab Sheira.

Fall 1999:  “Attitude Determination from Payload Star Sensors,” Sanjay Poojary.

Fall 1999:  “Gyroless Attitude Determination, Part 2,” Michael Wisdom.

Spring 1998:  “Wide Area Augmentation for Global Positioning Systems for Navigation,” Shilpa Tipnis. Research showcased at Lockheed Martin/CSUF Symposium.

July 1996:  “Comparison of Various Differential Global Positioning Systems,” Mani Djodat.

Fall 1994: “Evaluation of Special Digital Signal Processors,” Ghada A. Akel.

Fall 1993: “Evaluation of INS/GPS (Inertial Navigation System/Global Positioning System) Mechanization with Aircraft Real Data,” Ralph Duffy.

Fall 1993:   “Neural Network Feed Forward Compensation of Nonlinear Friction in PID Controller,” Jerry Aguren. 

Fall 1992:  “An Inertial Navigation System Aided by Global Positioning System,” Shoukry Tiab.

Fall 1992:  “Development of an Algorithm and Computer Implementation of a Parallel Processing Kalman Filter,” Eddie Schuller.

Spring 1991:  “Analysis of Kalman Filter Implementations for Global Positioning System Receivers,” Daniel Wilmot.

Fall 1987:  “Analysis of a Cascaded INS (Inertial Navigation System) Calibration Filter,” Michael Wade.  (Honorable Mention in CSUF Outstanding Thesis competition.)

May 1986:  “Design Evaluation Modelling of Microprocessor Based Processing Systems,” Larry E. Schluderberg.

December 1980:  “An Application of Operational Evaluation Modeling Technique to Elevator Systems,” Hiroomi Nagashima.

December 1980:  “Covariance Analysis of a Sensor Failure Detector.” Patrick Engstrom.

May 1978:  “A Computational Method for Evaluating the Identifiability of Linear Parameterized Dynamical Systems.” Donna Watkins.

June  1978:  “Sensor Failure Detection Using Parallel Scalar-Observation Filters,” Ken Green.

May 1977:  “Hydraulic Actuation System for Engine Valves,” Alfonso Escobosa.

Mohinder S. Grewal, Ph.D., P.E.

Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering