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UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA
University of Wisconsin, Madison (Master's)
University of Wisconsin, Madison (PhD)
This tutor earned his bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering at the University of Nigeria, graduating with honors. He had a perfect score on his Math GRE and continued his studies in the United States at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he earned two master’s degrees (Computer Science and Industrial/Systems Engineering) and was granted a doctorate in Industrial/Systems Engineering. Along with his academic excellence, he has abundant (over ten years) experience teaching math, engineering, computing and science-related courses to students from middle school to college.
He is currently a consultant in software design, architecture and development in the health care industry. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, visiting art shows and exhibitions, comedy shows and seeing movies. He also enjoys playing chess, gardening, and taking long walks. This tutor earned his bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering at the University of Nigeria, graduating with honors. He had a perfect score on his Math GRE
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My first job in the U.S. was as a Teaching Assistant for an undergraduate computer science class CS 310 "Problem Solving Using Computers", geared towards engineering students, at UW-Madison. Numeric computation was taught using MATLAB. Also, I taught CS 412 "Introduction to Numerical Methods" at UW-Madison, which was entirely taught in MATLAB. Finally, as part of my doctoral dissertation, I designed and developed a simulator using MATLAB.