Earl Co

Educational Technologist

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Focusing on building innovative technology to advance humanity.

Earl Co graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from NYU Tandon School of Engineering. During his time as a student at NYU Tandon, he was the Chair of the Student Technology and Research Committee in the NYU Student Senators Council, and he was also the President of Patent Pending, an engineering club dedicated to helping students invent and innovate technological projects outside of the classroom setting, enhance their entrepreneurial skills, and execute their ideas with the help of faculty, peers, and industry connections. He has been involved in organizing the annual HackNYU Hackathon every spring.

He now works at NYU Tandon Online, developing and implementing interactive online courses and new technologies. He also fixes phones and computers on the side. The rest of his time is spent organizing and attending hackathons and other events at NYU and NYC and starting one or two startups. His interests within technology and society are broad, including fields such as augmented and virtual reality and commercial space travel. He wants to work in space someday.

Don't just be a number, deviate from the mean and make yourself count!

 

New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering2016

Bachelor of Science, Computer Engineering


2016 President's Service Award
For Distinguished Service and Contribution to the New York University Community
"For his hard work, commitment, and leadership in NYU's technology community as president of Patent Pending at NYU, member of HackNYU, and bringing together students from across schools to host a spectacular event."

2016 President's Service Award to HackNYU 2016
For extraordinary and positive impact on the New York University Community
"For leadership and dedication in bringing together the global NYU community to learn, collaborate, and imagine new solutions to University challenges and societal issues."


NSPE/PEI Innovative Engineering Award
National Society of Professional Engineers & Professional Engineers in Industry
For excellence in presentation of project titled "Audio Transmission Over Light Using Free Space Optics" at the Intel Greater Capital Region Science and Engineering Fair at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Naval Science Award
Office of Naval Research - United States Navy and Marine Corps
For excellence in presentation of project titled "Audio Transmission Over Light Using Free Space Optics" at the Intel Greater Capital Region Science and Engineering Fair at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.