I hold MS in engineering -physics and PhD in Solid State Physics. As a research physicist I performed fundamental research on dielectric crystals at cryogenic temperatures. As a nuclear engineer I worked at nuclear research reactor. I worked on research reactor nuclear safety and safe operation. Part of this work was done at Argonne National Laboratory as an visiting scientist and during my fellowship. My experience as a research scientist and nuclear engineer enriched me with various knowledge which I have passion to share with students. My desire for sharing knowledge led me to tutoring math and physics and teaching calculus based general physics. I have experience to lecture and instruction for engineer and applied math students at Moscow State University branch and Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent.
My teaching and tutoring experience shows that many people consider math and physics very difficult subjects to learn. Meantime they are languages on which the nature talk to us. All we need to do is to learn this language and as any language it has own grammar and rules, notions. So studying math or physics is very similar to studying foreign language. The only difference is the "words" of this language. Instead of normal words nature uses numbers and figures. If you learn how to put these "words" in order to make sense than you can speak in this language. Do you feel that it looks like a problem to learn how to put foreign language words in order according to the language rules and grammar in order to compose sentences? So let's learn this language and learn to understand the nature, society and everything associated with nature and social activity of people. When you learn this language you will be able to speak on it. It means you can pass any test on the nature language -that is mathematics.
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