Prangon Ghose

Aspiring Product Manager and Engineer

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Prangon Ghose

About Me

Aspiring Product Manager Based In NYC

Hi! I'm Prangon, a second year Computer Engineering student at Stony Brook University. I aspire towards a career that will allow me to channel my technical skills and my passion for product development to create technologies with seamless user experiences and incredible functionality.

Currently, I am the President and a Project Manager of the Stony Brook Robotics Team, Stony Brook's largest engineering design team, where I lead a group of over 50 undergraduate and graduate students in competition-based engineering projects.

Here are a few things I am experienced with:

Software:

  • C/C++
  • Python
  • Java
  • HTML/CSS
  • JavaScript
  • UNIX/Linux

Hardware:

  • Arduino
  • AVR Assembly
  • VHDL
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Product Management

Product Management is about navigating a course for the product through the entirety of its cycle. I strive to understand every facet of my products in design, development, testing and use to create pixel-perfect experiences.

Computer Engineering

With a strong foundation in Computer and Software Engineering, I am passionate about the design and development of hardware and software that can provide users with beautiful experiences and incredible functionality.

Steadfast Leadership

Leadership encompasses a wide area of expertise including strategy and support. In my leadership roles, I endeavor to explore innovative ideas, to demonstrate by example and to maintain a sense of accountability.

My Projects

Tetra

A remote-controlled and autonomous-capable Mars Rover, built for the University Rover Challenge 2019. The rover utilizes computer vision and a multi-part algorithm to traverse terrain and inverse kinematics to dexterously maneuver its arm.

  • Python
  • C++

trAIner

An exercise form-fixing web application that provides real-time feedback through a mobile app and haptic feedback through vibration motors. Won the Entrepreneur's Award and Best Data Visualization at Hack@CEWIT 2018.

  • JavaScript
  • Python
  • C++

EnerGeo

A web application designed to calculate the optimal type of renewable energy source and associated costs based on your location. Won Honorable Mention and the Wolfram Award at InnovateIT 2019 at Stony Brook University.

  • Python
  • JavaScript
  • HTML/CSS

Get in touch!

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