University of California, San Diego (B.S. Physics)
University of Pennsylvania (PhD)
A little about me:
I am currently studying Biophysics and Soft Condensed matter physics. I study the structural transparency of gelatinous zooplankton and squid lenses. These gelatinous materials form networks which can be probed by various methods such as light scattering, x-ray scattering, and computational physics. With these methods the self-assembly and networks of these transparent biological structures can be better understood.
As a Ph.D. student in physics, I have experience tutoring and teaching physics. I love tutoring because it gives teaching experience that I will need when I apply for professorships. I also enjoy tutoring because I find it rewarding to teach students physics. Physics comes off as an intimidating subject, but I enjoy making it fun for others as it is fun for me. I go through homework and provide extra examples so that my students learn the full concept of their subject.
I spend most of my time in my office, I'm usually free in the evenings and have time to meet with students. I prefer to meet at the UPenn campus. I prefer my students to e-mail me information about there current lesson schedule and other questions they have about class that way I am prepared to make tutoring as productive as possible. Please feel free to e-mail me about questions you have. I will try to answer within a few hours.
I have taken all required calculus courses such as introductory calculus and vector calculus. This covers all calculus required to obtain an bachelor of science degree.
I've taken every physics course required for a bachelor of science in physics and Ph.D. courses in physics. This includes mechanics, electricity and magnetism, optics & waves, quantum mechanics, quantum field theory, statistical mechanics, biophysics, etc.
Please e-mail me if you'd like to talk! A little about me:
I am currently studying Biophysics and Soft Condensed matter physics. I study the structural transparency of gelatinous zooplankton and squid lenses. These gelatinous materials form networks which can be probed by various methods such as light scattering, x-ray
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