Computer Scientist,Software Engineer,Mathematician,Physicist,Musician
Name: Noah Theodore Prisament
Profile: Software Engineer at MathWorks
I am a passionate and persistent computer scientist. I have strong experience in software development, theoretical computer science and algorithms.
EDG Software Engineering Intern - 2022
I worked on the MATLAB Core Graphics team where I planned, designed and developed an improvement to the public MATLAB graphics API.
EDG Software Engineering Intern - 2021
I worked on the Simulink Block Algorithms team where I planned, designed and developed a new core block for Simulink.
Master of Science in Computer Science
Researched in Algorithmic Game Theory under Professor Elliot Anshelevich. Phalanx Honor Society
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Mathematics, Physics Minor
Undergraduate Council Representative, Founders Award of Excellence, Dean's Honor List
Approximation Algorithms, Parallel Computing, Distributed Systems and Algorithms, Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Quantum Computing, Machine Learning from Data, Graph Mining, Operating Systems, Programming Languages, Data Structures
Graph Theory, Advanced Calculus, Foundations of Analysis, Methods of Partial Differential Equations of Mathematical Physics, Mathematical Models of Operations Research, Linear Algebra, Numerical Computing
Quantum Physics 1, Quantum Physics 2, Computational Physics, Introductory Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Computer Programming
Software Engineering Intern
I worked on the Sportsbook Integration Team helping the company launch its sportsbook in new states while developing both internal tools the production applications.
Web Developer Intern
I worked as a full-time employee doing bug fixes, security updates, replacing outdated parts of the codebase and implementing new features
Summer Camp Counselor
I ensured the overall safety, health and well being of assigned bunk’s campers while I developed and maintained the daily living routines of the bunk and facilitated it during mealtimes.
Assistant Hebrew School Teacher
I taught children how to read and write Hebrew, the stories of the Torah, the prayers needed for a B'nai Mitzvah and an abridged history of the Jewish peoples.
Co-founded and developed the Tournamaker web application through the Rensselaer Center for Open Source
Tutored Foundations of Computer Science through RPI's Advising & Learning Assistance Center
Synths make sounds by manipulating analog or digital waveforms by changing their harmonic content or how they modulate.
Yo-yos are more than just the old Duncan toys you used as kids. Yo-yoing is a great sport/art form.
Speed Cubing is the sport of solving a Rubik's cube, sometimes with variations on the size or turning mechanism, as fast as possible.