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Cornelia
Major Program of Study
Computer Engineering Technology

My Courses

EMT2370 | Spring 2020 | Dr. Mendoza

EMT2370 | Spring 2020 | Dr. Mendoza

EMT 2370: Computer Hardware Systems Computer hardware systems, along with several software concepts, are studied to understand the function and relationship of the CPU, memory, and peripheral equipment. Course material is chosen for relevance to industry certification exams such as A+. The peripheral equipment includes monitors, disk drives, scanners, and printers. During laboratory exercises, computer systems, with monitor and operating system, are provided for analysis by students working in teams. However, as an option, each student can build, configure, analyze and troubleshoot his or her own IBM PC (or compatible) computer.

CET3525 Electrical Networks, Spring2020

CET3525 Electrical Networks, Spring2020

Electrical Networks is a circuit and power analysis course in an alternating current (ac) level designed for engineering technology students. It introduces students to theory and principles of circuit analysis such as series parallel, and series-parallel ac circuit; network theorems and circuit methods of solving ac circuits; ac power analysis, resonance, and passive filters. Some direct current (dc) circuit analysis concepts will be covered at the beginning of the course as part of the review materials.

EG1121: Composition II

EG1121: Composition II

This is an advanced course in communication skills, including the expository essay and the research essay. This course further develops students’ reading and writing skills through literary and expository readings.

My Projects

Roboquín

Roboquín

Meet the CityTech Roboquín. It’s a mannequin! It’s a mannequin robot! It’s a mannequin robot fashion model! It’s a mannequin robot fashion model that can interact with people! Stay tuned for more information on this page as we make progress on this exciting project …

Talk n Roll Bot

Talk n Roll Bot

“Talk n Roll Bot” is a robotic project currently under active development in the Mechatronics Technology Center (MTC) at CityTech. MTC is an NSF funded project established through collaboration between Mechanical Engineering Technology and Computer Engineering Technology departments. Prof. Farrukh Zia from Computer Engineering Technology department is supervising the development of Talk n Roll Bot. As the name suggests, Talk n Roll Bot will have the capability to roll around on two wheels and speak with the help of computer controlled voice synthesis.

City Tech Super HERO

City Tech Super HERO

Meet the City Tech Super HERO. She was born in 1980 as Heathkit Educational Robot (HERO). For the next 15 years she helped countless number of students in colleges and universities across the country learn about Computer and Robotics Technology. Then she went into hibernation. Fast forward to 2017… City Tech Women Engineers Club members have taken the initiative to revive HERO, give her a new life and new features, with the help of modern computer hardware and software technology. Her capabilities will be enhanced with the implementation of Assistive Technology to enable her to help people with disabilities. She will be a true Super HERO!

My Clubs

City Tech Astronomy Club

City Tech Astronomy Club

Sky is the limit. Explore the universe with Slooh.com online remote controlled telescopes located around the world. City Tech Astronomy Club members can use the 10+ Slooh telescopes to conduct and participate in live observation sessions through a web browser interface. Join the fun and have a blast looking at remote galaxies, newly created as well as dying and exploding stars, dark spots on Sun surface, rings around Saturn and craters and mountains on the Moon.

City Tech Women Engineers Club

City Tech Women Engineers Club

The mission of the City Tech Women Engineers Club is to promote awareness and interest in improving the enrollment, retention and graduation rates of women in the technology programs at New York City College of Technology, as well as develop leadership skills through workshops, seminars and student collaboration. lnstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Women in Engineering (WIE) student branch at CityTech invites all interested students to join the Openlab club. Joining IEEE WIE student chapter is optional. We provide support, information and resources to all members to help them succeed in their engineering technology field of interest.

City Tech Girls Who Code

City Tech Girls Who Code

Girls Who Code Club at City Tech is affiliated with Girls Who Code national non-profit organization working to close the gender gap in technology. Our programs educate and inspire girls with the computing skills they’ll need to pursue 21st century career opportunities.

City Tech Maker Fairies

City Tech Maker Fairies

Using Technology to Help Humanity… In association with Makers Making Change international non-profit organization (MakersMakingChange.com) City Tech Maker Fairies are here to help. Your wish may come true. Maker Fairies are using technology to make projects and devices for people with disabilities. If you have an interest in technology and a passion to use your knowledge and skills to help others, please join the club. Learn to use computer hardware, software and 3D printing technology to benefit humanity.

City Tech Cybernetics Club

City Tech Cybernetics Club

Cyberspace + Internet of Things + Robotics + Wearable Technology + Fashion Technology + WiTNY Program + Professional Development + Undergraduate Research + Peer Mentoring + Group Activities + FUN = City Tech Cybernetics Club (Organized by the Computer Engineering Technology Department)

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