Technion - Israel Institute of Technoogy, Haifa (Electrical Engineer)
Technion - Israel Institute of Technoogy, Haifa (Graduate Coursework)
UCB (University of California, Berkeley) (PhD)
I am an experienced teacher of maths and physics. I have taught many students from elementary level up to university students. I was an associate professor and I have an advanced degree in Engineering but I love teaching. I always put the student's interest first and adapt my explanations and the level of instructions according to the understanding of the particular person in my charge. My real satisfaction is to see that the student improves to the level that he doesn't need me anymore and can continue without my help.
In any case I shall always be available to help him if needed. I am an experienced teacher of maths and physics. I have taught many students from elementary level up to university students. I was an associate professor and I have an advanced degree in Engineering but I love teaching. I always put the student's interest first and adapt my explanations and the level of instructions according to the
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I had one year of differential equations in undergraduate studies at the Technion, Israel Institute of technology. The subjects covered were homogeneous linear and nonlinear differential equations with constant coefficients, and special equations - such as the Ricatti equation. I had to use them in practical example when working on control systems realizations for my M.Sc. thesis.
I continued to study differential equations in various courses during my Ph.D. studies in courses of a) network and systems, b) control systems. The topics covered where a) second-order nonhomogeneous differential equation, b) the differential equations used in conjunctions with the Laplace Transforms used in control systems and networks, c) solution of diff. eq. using series, and d) numerical methods for solving diff. eq. in particular in networks systems. This subject covered Euler, Newton and Runge-Kutta methods.
Additional subjects we covered in the advanced systems course were the various methods of solution of systems of diff. eq. where we studied nonlinear diff. eq. for testing system stability of almost linear systems.
Please bear in mind that these subjects also require knowledge of matrices and determinants, complex numbers and analysis and wave propagation where diff. eq. are heavily used.
I have a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from UC Berkeley (1983). I was Associate Professor at University of Texas, Arlington, Department of Electrical Engineering for five years.
I have more than 20 years experience as electrical engineer.
I am an Israeli having lived in Israel from my young age. I speak (and read, write) Hebrew fluently having finished high school, 3 years IDF service, and University (Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa) with a B.Sc and M.Sc. For the next 14 years I worked as engineer in Israel.
My wife is a Hebrew teacher and many times I had to help her teaching young kids at the school where she taught. I also helped the school teacher in the synagogue (Beth Israel, Manchester, NH) with teaching and provided also teaching material for the various grades at their new school. I am very familiar with the requirements for Bat/Bar Mitzvah as I read the Torah (in Hebrew) almost every week at the synagogue.
As a practicing research engineer and as Associate professor at the university of Texas, Arlington I have used algebra for years.
Moreover, I can explain the material in different ways to make it easily accessible to the student.
As a professor and practicing engineer, I have used and applied trigonometry throughout my career.