Dr. Yu Wang’s Profile

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Dr. Yu Wang
Title
Associate Professor
Department
Computer Engineering Technology
Office Location
V629
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My Courses

Component and Subsystem Design II

Component and Subsystem Design II

Catalog description: Continuation of CET 4705. Further design of subsystems requiring solution by differential equations. Worst-case designs and component tolerances, development of control systems. A term project may be assigned.

EMT 2461 Electromechanical Systems: Software Interface

EMT 2461 Electromechanical Systems: Software Interface

How computer hardware and electromechanical systems control external devices, both electrically and mechanically. Students build a project to learn the interface of software and hardware for use as a control element.

CET 3510 MIcrocomputer System Technology

CET 3510 MIcrocomputer System Technology

An introduction to microcomputer architecture and the basic concepts used in the Intel Microprocessor Family. Key features of the PC are explored by writing programs in a high level language (such as C) to access them. Assembly language programs are utilized to gain insight into machine level operations. Laboratory exercises support the lecture, and are carried out in the context of currently available operating systems.

Introduction to Computer Engineering Technology

Introduction to Computer Engineering Technology

Introduction to basic electrical theory, semiconductor devices, digital electronics, and applications. Topics cover key fundamentals of electrical quantities, digital logic, and digital computer basics. Hands-on laboratory experience reinforces the students learning and provides opportunity to transfer theory learned in lecture to practical applications.

Computer Hardware Systems

Computer Hardware Systems

Computer hardware systems, along with several software concepts, are studied to understand the function and relationship of the CPU, memory and peripheral equipment. Course material is chosen for relevance to industry certification exams such as A+. The peripheral equipment includes monitors, disk drives, scanners and printers. During laboratory exercises, computer systems, with monitor and operating system, are provided for analysis by students working in teams. However, as an option, each student can build, configure, analyze and troubleshoot his or her own IBM PC (or compatible) computer.

My Projects

Office of the Provost

Office of the Provost

City Tech’s Source for Academic Affairs Information

Student-Ready Department

Student-Ready Department

As a committee we are working on evaluate and change academic advising with the goal of increased retention and graduation rates.

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.

Project Wayfinding

Project Wayfinding

Project Wayfinding is a college-wide effort to answer the question “How can Faculty, staff, and students effectively provide/use accurate information for academic career planning from Day 1 through Graduation?”

A Remote Monitoring Platform

A Remote Monitoring Platform

The ability to obtain data remotely is convenient and cost effective. An unmanned quadrotor helicopter would be outfitted with monitoring devices. These devices would have the capabilities of locating and recording the status of an object (human or animal). This data would then be made available to a central command and control location, where analysis of the data would be done. Tutorial for site navigation: http://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/cet4982/files/2011/06/Navigating-Openlab-as-a-member.doc To edit site click the following link: http://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/cet4982/wp-admin/

My Clubs

ACM @ CityTech

ACM @ CityTech

The Association of Computing Machinery is a professional association which looks to advance computing as a science and a profession; enable professional development; and promote policies and research that benefit society. The mission of ACM @ CityTech is to provide students with close relationships with industry and other students. To that end, we work on projects, invite speakers, host workshops, organize trips, and advertise career fairs. This club is open to all students, of all majors. Stop by and say hi!

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.

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.

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