A feature story about Dr. Mohammad Sadek and his work with agricultural automation.
Dr. Mohammad Sadek is an assistant professor in the BioResource and Agricultural Engineering Department at California Polytechnic University. Dr. Sadek’s work focuses on automation where he aims to improve sensors that are used in the agriculture industry to provide functional data regarding crops. As a second major project, Dr. Sadek is working on developing a mechanical lettuce harvester in his shop with the help of Dante, a Cal Poly student. Madison Somerday, Kaylee Brooks, and Dalton Nichols, agricultural education and communication students at Cal Poly, developed a photo essay about Dr. Sadek and his agricultural automation work. Check it out!
Click here to learn about Dr. Sadek through this photo essay story.
Kaylee Brooks – fourth year Agricultural Communication Major at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Dalton Nichols- second year student studying Agricultural Communication with a minor in Agricultural Education at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Madison Somerday – fourth year Agricultural Communication Major at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo