I earned a PhD in math-physics at Berkeley (NSF fellow), an MBA in finance with minor concentration in marketing at the University of Chicago, and a BS in math with minor in economics at MIT. I have been an R&D scientist at General Electric, and a consultant with McKinsey.
I am a teacher and tutor at a premium educational services firm. I succeed with very bright students and students with special learning issues because I am very attentive to each student's learning process.
I focus on teaching students problem-solving skills, test-wise tips, and broader understanding of concepts.
Mathematics and Physics:
At GE R&D, I performed engineering physics simulations in stress and thermal analysis (of metal-glass-ceramic systems), optics, acoustics, and plasma physics; also manufacturing cost analysis. I won a Technical Achievement Award. I published over 2 dozen internal technical reports and four papers in refereed journals.
I gave seminars on engineering and physics at GE R&D, drawing these comments: "If I had teachers like that, I could have a PhD too." and "It is a tragedy that you obviously missed your calling (in teaching)."
My latest publication in theoretical physics is on the physics community archive.
I have worked as a manager or consultant at eight businesses in the Fortune 100, including GE headquarters and two divisions, and consulting with McKinsey & Co., where the head of industrial consulting rated me "the best analyst in the Firm." I have served as general manager or president of three mathematical and business analysis software businesses.
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