Ohbong (John) Kwon’s Profile

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Ohbong (John) Kwon
Title
Assistant Professor
Department
Computer Engineering Technology
Office Location
V-619
Academic interests

Digital Signal Processing, Digital Design, Control Systems

Work Phone
718-260-5439
Email address

My Courses

CET4805: Component and subsystem Design II

CET4805: Component and subsystem Design II

Continuation of CET 4705. Further design o f subsystems requiring solution by differential equations. worst-case deigns and component tolerances, development of control systems. A term project should be assigned.

My Projects

Undergraduate Research

Undergraduate Research

Realizing the value of the research experience at the undergraduate level, this project is committed to fostering research opportunities for City Tech students. Faculty and students can use this project as a place to share announcements about research opportunities, as well as a place to offer information about the experiences students and faculty have had in their research endeavors. A handbook on effective mentoring, developed by the Undergraduate Research Committee, is currently available for download.

OER Fellowship

OER Fellowship

This is a collaborative space for faculty in the Open Educational Resources (OER) Fellowship, and anyone interested in OERs and open pedagogy.

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.

Reading Effectively Across The Disciplines – Biology

Reading Effectively Across The Disciplines – Biology

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

READ

READ

Reading Effectively Across Disciplines Reading is essential to college learning in every content area. The READ program supports faculty professional development for implementation and assessment of teaching strategies to improve their students’ reading comprehension, analysis, context and evaluation skills in the disciplines.

My Clubs

NSF-LSAMP

NSF-LSAMP

The Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Program is funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). LSAMP or AMP aims to increase the percentage of CUNY students enrolled in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) majors who conduct faculty mentored research prior to graduating or entering industry. Participants of LSAMP receive a stipends up to $4000. The funding is great, but the research experience (locally and abroad) and recommendation letters that participants receive are greater.