I received my MS degree in Mathematics in 1976, Ph.D. and D. Sc. degrees in Mechanical Engng. I am the author of one book and 150 papers in micromechanics of random heterogeneous media.
I am very happy to teach basic courses in Mathematics (undergrad courses, such as basic Math, introductory statistics, College Algebra, Pre-calculus, and Calculus I & II.). My teaching goal is to prepare students to become responsible, self-motivated and independent individuals able to solve actual...
I received my MS degree in Mathematics in 1976, Ph.D. and D. Sc. degrees in Mechanical Engng. I am the author of one book and 150 papers in micromechanics of random heterogeneous media.
I am very happy to teach basic courses in Mathematics (undergrad courses, such as basic Math, introductory statistics, College Algebra, Pre-calculus, and Calculus I & II.). My teaching goal is to prepare students to become responsible, self-motivated and independent individuals able to solve actual problems and to provide leadership in the technical world. In class I stress the need for the keen observation of nature and its behavior, searching for the root cause of measured or observed effects. I teach the students not to stop their thinking process once a numerical value has been calculated. I stress the meaningful interpretation of the predicted results and in agreement with physical units and the maximum allowed limits of the actual application. The most important things that I can teach are critical thinking, analytical skills, intellectual independence, and an ability to pose and answer questions that will not only allow students to understand the material that I teach, but will also follow them to other courses and beyond.
You will feel math with me