Prof. Martin Patt
Professor Emeritus, University of Mass-Lowell
Martin Patt was born in
Prof. Patt's research was devoted to the development of independent learning tools for use with very large classes supported by minimum staff. Other research interests included Application-Based Computer Language Efficiency, Processing of Large Data Streams, and the Empirical Development of Aircraft Antennas and Antenna Arrays.
During his last few years at UML, Prof. Patt managed a friendly “Challenge” on the web featuring problems of math and logic. In retirement, he follows his varied interests with passion, one of which was the creation and maintenance of four educational websites that serve as resources for college students and others who are investigating Human Trafficking, Torture, Street Children and/or Child Prostitution in their respective countries. These content-packed sites focus on the four problems country-by-country, thereby contributing to their solution by encouraging broad-scale awareness through education.
Patt has been a major contributor to local Jewish
day schools, high schools and colleges in Greater Boston. He is a member of the Heritage Society of
the Hillel Foundation for Jewish Campus Life, the
Legacy Society of Brandeis University and the Katharine Dexter McCormick Society
of M.I.T. He has served on the Board of
Directors of Congregation Beth Israel of
Patt is a graduate of