Henry LaBoy’s Profile

Faculty
active 4 months ago
Henry LaBoy
Title
Henry's Openlab
Department
Computer Engineering Technology
Office Location
V645
Bio

M.S. in Biomedical Engineering from NJIT / B.Tech Computer Engineering Tech. (CET)/ A.A.S in Electromechanical Technology from NYCTC (now NYCCT) https://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/groups/henry-laboys-portfolio/
IMPORTANT EMT 1111 Fall 2017 site: https://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/emt1111f17/

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My Courses

EMT 1220 Mechanisms Laboratory

EMT 1220 Mechanisms Laboratory

Reverse Engineering/Product Design with Electrical Mechanical Interfacing, Automatic Control System Feedback, Servo and Stepper Motors, linkages, gears, transmissions, differentials, cams, levers, belts, intermittent motion, brakes, and clutches. The application of these mechanisms as motion converters and electromechanical energy conversion systems with their displacement, velocity, and acceleration. Laboratory study of physical and operational characteristics of mechanical and electromechanical components through the technique of hands-on bread boarding using standard industrial components. Prerequisites: EMT 1120, EMT 1130; Pre or corequisites: MAT 1275 or equivalent, PHYS 1433. 3 class hrs, 3 lab hrs, 4 credits

EMT1111

EMT1111

Students are expected to learn, practice, and demonstrate understanding of programming with respect to computer systems. They are to be currently making extensive use of two language applications/environments: Python (avail. thru. http://www.Python.org) and App Inventor (available through appinventor.mit.edu). The following two sites are being used to guide the course schedule: http://www.openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/emt1111f13 http://www.openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/1111f13

COMD1100 Fall 2015

COMD1100 Fall 2015

This basic design and color theory course explores graphic communication through the understanding of the elements and principles of design, as well as the design process, including idea development through final execution. Students develop basic skills in two-dimensional design, color and content creation while employing the design process of research, sketching and experimentation. Communication designers use the concepts explored in this course in disciplines such as advertising, graphic design, web design, illustration, broadcast design, photography, and game design. Image: Book Cover designed by Helen Yentus, The Myth of Sisyphus by Albert Camus http://bookcoverarchive.com/book/the_myth_of_sisyphus

EMT1130

EMT1130

The student is trained in the proper selection and use of various hand and machine tools used in the assembly, testing and maintenance of electromechanical equipment and devices. Students construct their own digital trainers for use in analyzing integrated circuits.

EMT1111

EMT1111

Students are expected to learn, practice, and demonstrate understanding of programming with respect to computer systems. They are to be currently making extensive use of two language applications/environments: Python (avail. thru. http://www.Python.org) and App Inventor (available through appinventor.mit.edu). The following two sites are being used to guide the course schedule: http://www.openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/emt1111f13 http://www.openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/1111f13

My Projects

READ in Electromechanical Engineering Technology

READ in Electromechanical Engineering Technology

This project serves to disseminate material generated by the reading initiative of City Tech. Please feel free to contribute, discuss and take part.

Lab0

Lab0

Sample Python Exercise

Ideas for Solving problems: how big is something like ”Krunk” cartoon character?

Ideas for Solving problems: how big is something like ”Krunk” cartoon character?

Astronomy related principles: Say you have a particular problem of finding out the actual distance between two objects by noting the details of the position between the eyes of the observer and at least consider a couple of other factors. (On a funny note: either Dexter’s Laboratory or Justice Friends watch carefully to enjoy in a safe simple way w/parental consent).

My Clubs

City Tech Robotics Club

City Tech Robotics Club

City Tech Robotics Club is a student association operated by City Tech undergraduate students under the guidance of faculty advisors from City Tech Robotics Research Lab. The club hosts various events and conducts a broad range of student projects through the semesters. The Club welcomes everyone from the entire City Tech community to join, regardless his or her major. Please contact Dr. Li (xhli@citytech.cuny.edu) on how to join the club.