University of North Florida (Electrical Eng.)
It all started for me at a local library because I had no idea how to spend my time. It started with popular science. It continued onto trying to figure out this math stuff. And then a few years later, I'm graduating from the University of North Florida with a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering.
I graduated Cum Laude with the highest GPA in strictly Electrical Engineering courses of my class. I was Team Lead of Team Medtronic for Senior Design, of which we won Senior Design Project of the Year. I've done a handful of projects at UNF, including a project involving PID (Proportional Integral Derivative) controls in order to get a robot to follow a line and navigate a playing field. I excelled at mathematics and developed a knack for circuit analysis. I enjoy explaining what I know and take pride in providing as clear of an explanation as possible. I follow the philosophy of Richard Feynman, namely that I aim to explain something in as simple of terms as I can.
Mathematically, I am self taught in everything from Pre-Calculus to Differential Equations. I didn't have a lot to do with my time when I was 18, so I went to the library a lot and eventually thought I'd try to teach myself all this math stuff I never was able to understand in High School. I started with Trigonometry, and then I revisited Algebra, and then I eventually found myself learning Calculus -- and then later Ordinary Differential Equations at UNF.
I graduated Cum Laude from the University of North Florida in Electrical Engineering. I did very well in the program and spent a lot of time in the Electronics Lab studying with fellow students. We all took turns writing out problems on the whiteboard, but I think I enjoyed it most when I stepped up to the board.
I understand that a lot of the math, science, and engineering materials are difficult to wrap your mind around. As someone whose taken the initiative to learn much of this on his own, I first hand know how difficult it can be. I myself would not have been able to arrive where I am without the assistance of more experienced and talented men and women to guide me along the way. It all started for me at a local library because I had no idea how to spend my time. It started with popular science. It continued onto trying to figure out this math stuff. And then a few years later, I'm graduating from the University of North Florida with a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering.
I graduated Cum Laude with the highest GPA
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I graduated with a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering (presently working on my MSEE degree). We dealt with Linear Time Invariant systems, which consists of using Laplace Transforms to solve that class of ODEs. We also used computational methods to solve DEs. We also took ODE.
I graduated with a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering (presently working on my MSEE degree). Graduated with a 3.59 GPA, which corresponds to an A.