Patrice Prosper’s Profile

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Patrice Prosper
Academic interests

Computer Science

My Courses

MEDU2901 OL00, Fall 2020

MEDU2901 OL00, Fall 2020

Peer leader training in mathematics

PHYS3100ClassicalMechanicsFA2020

PHYS3100ClassicalMechanicsFA2020

The course PHYS 3100 offers a study of classical mechanics from a more advanced perspective than freshman physics, with particular emphasis on Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formalisms. Topics include a review of Newtonian mechanics and the principles of conservation of energy and momentum, as well as the study of the calculus of variations, Lagrange’ s equations, two bodies central force problems, mechanics in non-inertial frames, rigid bodies, Hamiltonian mechanics, collision theory.

MAT2440/D641 – Ganguli – Fall 2018

MAT2440/D641 – Ganguli – Fall 2018

This course introduces the foundations of discrete mathematics as they apply to computer science, focusing on providing a solid theoretical foundation for further work. Topics include functions,relations, sets, simple proof techniques, Boolean algebra, propositional logic, elementary number theory, writing, analyzing and testing algorithms.

MAT2580 Linear Algebra, FA2019

MAT2580 Linear Algebra, FA2019

An introductory course in Linear Algebra. Topics include vectors, vector spaces, systems of linear equations, linear transformations, properties of matrices, determinants, eigenvalues, and eigenvectors.

MAT2540 Discrete Structures and Algorithms II, Spring 2019

MAT2540 Discrete Structures and Algorithms II, Spring 2019

This course continues the discussion of discrete mathematical structures and algorithms introduced in MAT2440. Topics in the second course include predicate logic, recurrence relations, graphs, trees, digital logic, computational complexity and elementary computability.

My Projects

MAT 1275 CO Video Resources

MAT 1275 CO Video Resources

Struggling a bit with your homework or want to be sure you understand an idea well? Here are videos you can watch, sorted by subject, to help you on your journey. Enjoy! Avatar image and site header created at logomakr.com

Winter Python Workshop 2019

Winter Python Workshop 2019

Python is a popular programming language that emphasizes readability. In this four-day workshop, we will cover the basics in python and spend time on interesting applications in mathematics, biology, statistics, and more.

ASAP @ CITYTECH

ASAP @ CITYTECH

ASAP Bulletin Board

My Clubs

Energy and Environmental Simulation Laboratory (EES Lab)

Energy and Environmental Simulation Laboratory (EES Lab)

Research Lab Website: openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/eesl/ Lab Profile (this site): openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/groups/energy-and-environmental-simulation-laboratory/ Energy and Environmental Simulation Laboratory (EES Lab) is Professor Masato R. Nakamura’s research group based on Mechanical Engineering Department in New York City College of Technology (City Tech), The City University of New York (CUNY). This laboratory is a professional research unit, not a student club, but opens to everyone who would like to conduct research on energy, environmental engineering (including ecodesign), and computing for sustainability. Also, it’s for people who wish to obtain Research and Development (R&D) skills required in a high-level position in the industry and academia. Excellent students can be recommended to become research assistants in order to publish a paper as a co-author, and have an oral presentation in an international conference. These research activities make students’ resume strong (R&D skills, publication, professional presentation) and will be a huge advantage for finding an engineering position or being accepted to graduate schools for Master or doctoral degree. If you are interested in joining EES Lab, please send Professor Masato R. Nakamura (Tel: 718-260-5532, mnakamura@citytech.cuny.edu ) your resume and answers of following questions: 1) What kinds of research fields are you interested in? 2) How many hours per week can you spend for conducting research? 3) Describe your skills/knowledge of math, physics, computers, and experimental work (lab hands-on skills). 4) After finishing your degree program, what kind of industry or graduate school program you’d like to go?

CityTech Math Club

CityTech Math Club

Weekly math seminar with presentations accessible to undergraduates.

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.

IEEE Club @ CityTech

IEEE Club @ CityTech

We welcome the CityTech community to learn and grow in the areas of electrical and telecommunications technology. Every semester we provide a series of seminars with speakers that present the latest research. In addition, various workshops are also provided.

NYCCT ACM Chapter

NYCCT ACM Chapter

NYCCT Chapter of ACM: Association for Computing Machinery and NYCCT Chapter of ACM-W: Association for Computing Machinery Women’s Chapter Supported by the Department of Education MSEIP grant # P120A150063