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Touheda Khanom
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I’m a Junior doing a strong education professional pursuing a Bachelor of Computer Engineering Technology – BTech focused in Computer Engineering Technology from CUNY New York City College of Technology.

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My Projects

Peer Advisement

Peer Advisement

Program to increase retention of female students in engineering technology programs.

Honors Scholars Program Modules

Honors Scholars Program Modules

In this series of modules designed for City Tech Honors Scholars, you will be provided with information about academic conference presentations. You can expect to learn how to present your project and research to others. Topics covered include poster formatting, public speaking, panel presentations, and more.

Implementation of Pseudo-Random Number Generator Using LFSR ​

Implementation of Pseudo-Random Number Generator Using LFSR ​

Rapid technology advancement became a prime concern when Cybersecurity and the privacy of human data became vulnerable to hackers. Engineers are working hard to build strong security to prevent hackers from damaging hardware, software, or electronic data. Generating pseudo-random sequences of values using Linear Feedback Shift Register can help to build strong security to avoid unauthorized access to private information. LFSR is also used in cryptography to encrypt and decrypt electronic data which helps to secure all our ATM cards, computer passwords, and electronic commerce [1]. Moreover, Cyclic-Redundancy Check(CRC) is used to detect error or corruption during signal data transmission which is possible to easily implement in hardware using LFSR. The sequence of values stored in the LFSR is known as checksum and receivers check out the internal checksum generation with the checksum in the transmitter to figure out the real problems[3]. If there is no fault or corruption the receiver check produces all zeros. XOR plays a vital role because with the help of alternative tap selection we can get different random values. The main purpose of the research is to use LFSR to generate pseudo-random values with the help of shift registers and XOR alternative tap selections.

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. Please check CIty Tech Robotics Research Lab website for information on projects and the CIty Tech Computer & Robotics Technology Seminar Series: http://www.citytechrobotics.org 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.

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.

Bangladeshi Club NYCCT

Bangladeshi Club NYCCT

Make friends. Participate in Bangladeshi cultural events. Have fun.

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.

D.I.C.E club (Computer Engineering Club)

D.I.C.E club (Computer Engineering Club)

The primary goal of the D.I.C.E. club is to encourage an active engagement in the STEM field above and beyond the experience of the classroom by introducing students to the modern concepts of engineering and technology through demonstrations and hand-on projects. We promote the educational, social and professional advancement of our members by allowing students to network and interact with other students, as well as employers and engineers in the local community through attending networking events and competitions. Our club encourages students from outside the School of Technology and Design to join and expand their sphere of knowledge, and potentially bring new technological approaches to their own fields of study.