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Hello, I am yani mother of two adorable daughters and student at city tech

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MAT 1475 Calculus 1, Spring 2020, Ghezzi

MAT 1475 Calculus 1, Spring 2020, Ghezzi

Topics include functions, limits, differentiation, and tangent lines, L’Hôpital’s Rule, Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and Applications. Avatar designed at logomakr.com.

MAT 1372_OL57  Bonanome Fall 2020

MAT 1372_OL57 Bonanome Fall 2020

Topics covered include sample spaces and probabilities, discrete probability distributions (Binomial, Hypergeometric), expectation and variance, continuous probability distributions (Normal, Student, Chi-Square), confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, and correlation and regression. Spreadsheets are used throughout the semester.

Satellite Transmission

Satellite Transmission

The basic concepts and techniques used in satellite communications are introduced. The three major segments of a satellite system: the space segment, the earth segment and the link between these segments are explained in details. An introduction to satellite launching is followed by a detailed discussion of different orbits and methods of allocating geostationary orbit to communication satellites are addressed. Three main frequency bands allocated to communication satellites are discussed in details. The atmospheric and free space loss, the effects of rain attenuation, elevation angle, antenna’s figure of merit and other factors affecting signal propagation are explained. Uplink and downlink transmissions and the link budgets are examined and the carrier to noise ratio, bit energy to noise density ratio and gain to noise temperature ratio are explained. Different modulation and multiple access methods are covered. The laboratory part of this course utilizes several software simulation tools to analyze the different segments of a satellite communication network. The link budget analysis, launching phase maneuvers and impacts of different parameters affecting signal transmission and reception are performed to improve understanding of the theoretical concepts learned in the lecture part of the course. The impacts of other Earth and Atmospheric parameters such as sand storm, rain attenuation, Van Allen Belts and Tropospheric Scintillation on signal propagation are examined to enhance learning.

MAT1372/OL53 – Ganguli – Spring 2021

MAT1372/OL53 – Ganguli – Spring 2021

This is an introductory course in statistics and probability. Topics covered include descriptive statistics, correlation and regression, sample spaces and probabilities, discrete probability distributions, expectation and variance, continuous probability distributions, confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing. Spreadsheets are used throughout the semester.

ENG1101 Writing is the voice that expresses the Essence of Who You are

ENG1101 Writing is the voice that expresses the Essence of Who You are

Effective essay writing and basic research techniques are essential tools for every college student. English 1101 is a composition course where you will develop writing, library and research skills by completing demanding readings for classroom discussion and as a basis for essay writing. Throughout the course, we will read about 7-8 essays together, and you additionally read 7-8 more articles for your research project. It is important that you do all of the reading on time in order to participate in class discussions and activities. You will also be expected to annotate (take notes) for every essay you read. If you prefer not to write in your book, you may photocopy the essay and/or use Post-its. Highlight main points, write questions in margins, circle unfamiliar words, and write the author’s thesis in your own words at the end (or start) of each essay. Prerequisites: CUNY certification in reading and writing. It is expected that, at a minimum, students in ENG1101 will: * Read and listen critically and analytically, including identifying an argument’s major assumptions and assertions and evaluating its supporting evidence. * Write clearly and coherently in varied, academic formats (such as formal essays, research papers, and reports) using standard English and appropriate technology to critique and improve one’s own and others’ texts. * Demonstrate research skills using appropriate technology, including gathering, evaluating, and synthesizing primary and secondary sources. * Support a thesis with well-reasoned arguments, and communicate persuasively across a variety of contexts, purposes, audiences, and media. * Formulate original ideas and relate them to the ideas of others by employing the conventions of ethical attribution and citation. * Show competency in various modes of and analyzing, including narration & description, comparison & contrast, cause & effect, argument & persuasion. * Develop a personal and individual voice as a writer

My Projects

Neuralink

Neuralink

Neuralink is a team of extremely talented neurosurgeons working to develop devices that will aid paralyzed people to move things through mere brain signaling. It focuses on fabricating a highly advanced brain-machine interface BMI that will direct the brain’s neuronal activity to use mobile devices with as much efficacy as with human musculature.

My Clubs

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.