Fambougouri Diane

Fambougouri Diane

Institution/Organization: CUNY Bronx Community College

Department: Engineering, Physics & Science

Academic Status: Undergraduate Student


Born in America and raised In West Africa, Mali, Fambougouri Diane is an engineering student who majors in Engineering science and is a recent graduate from Bronx Community College with an Associate degree in applied science. Fambougouri plans to study electrical engineering, but he has other interests and is open to exploring other fields of study such as politics, linguistics, psychology, and business. He is very much involved with Undergraduate research studies. He has conducted research with prestigious organizations such as the National Science Foundation (NSF) on “ The Statistical and Geometric Analysis for Tree-shaped Data”, the City University of New York (Cuny) on “The studied Lithium-Ion batteries and the application of NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance)”, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) where he Analyzed anthropogenic Influences on farm output & yield behavior. He has a lot of passion for conducting research studies and eagerly wants to contribute to increasing the number of underrepresented students involved in research study programs.


My motivation to participate in this program is to grow, learn and gain experience in the field of science and engineering. I have also been passionate about science and engineering prodigies. When I was little, I used to watch documentaries on National Geographic and admire mathematicians, physicists, and engineers: people like Albert Einstein and Isaac Newton who have made great contributions in science. At some point, their ideas, projects, and innovations were all used to either help solve societal issues or improve their communities. Like these inventors, I want to help improve my community. I aspire to contribute in science, and I believe that being in The Sustainable Research Pathways for High-Performance Computing (SRP-HPC) program will help me gain the skills I need in order to be a scientist just like Albert Einstein and Isaac Newton.