Hi! I'm Prangon, a third 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 project development to create technologies with seamless user experiences and incredible functionality.
Currently, I am an IoT Data Analyst at Enertiv, where I am empowering building owners with data-driven insights by expanding our IoT data collection system.
Additionally, 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 students across three engineering teams in competition-based engineering projects.
Here are a few things I am experienced with:
Organization. Time management. Discipline. In my projects, I strive to apply these fundamental concepts to create understanding, to break down the problem, to set priorities and to collaboratively develop an action plan to meet all the goals.
With a strong foundation in Computer and Software Engineering, I am passionate about the design and development of hardware and software that can meet user needs, provide a seamless user experience and have incredible functionality.
Leadership isn't just managing people; it's inspiring, motivating, and mentoring your team so that they can perform at their best. In my leadership roles, I endeavor to empower my team, to lead by example and to maintain a sense of accountability.
A fully-autonomous ground vehicle project, focused on developing a robot capable of traversing simulated urban street environments for the 2020 International Autonomous Robot Racing Competition.
A remote-controlled and autonomous-capable Mars Rover, built for the 2019 University Rover Challenge. The rover utilizes computer vision and a multi-part algorithm to traverse rough terrain.
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.
An electronic system on a custom-made printed-circuit board with an on-board STM32L0 microcontroller and a motion sensor to control a LED sign based on motion detection.
A four-stage pipelined unit in VHDL, with an assembler in Python, that inputs a reduced-set of multimedia instructions in Assembly and operates on three data elements.