I'm a Physicist with two MS degrees and a Ph.D, all in Physics. I've over 10 years of experience in teaching different level physics and mathematics to students from different background and different class sizes. I've taught physics for high school students, undergraduates, as well as graduate students and also to students with different majors including natural sciences, engineering, medical, and social sciences. I've also facilitated physics labs for introductory level physics during my MS...
I'm a Physicist with two MS degrees and a Ph.D, all in Physics. I've over 10 years of experience in teaching different level physics and mathematics to students from different background and different class sizes. I've taught physics for high school students, undergraduates, as well as graduate students and also to students with different majors including natural sciences, engineering, medical, and social sciences. I've also facilitated physics labs for introductory level physics during my MS and Ph.D. degrees. Latest, I taught introductory physics at the University of Georgia. From all classes I taught, I've received overwhelmingly positive comments.
In my current capacity as a research scientist, I primarily lead a research group on applied electromagnetics which requires an in-depth knowledge of physics as well as computational as well as experimental skills. I mostly MATLAB and Python to analyze experimental observations to extract a meaningful information. I believe, I am competitive enough in mathematics, geometry, and trigonometry as well. I know well how to deal with subject GRE in physics and mathematics in general GRE.
Students or anyone who are seeking help on any level of physics, high school and college level mathematics (algebra, calculus, geometry, trigonometry etc), physics test (e.g. GRE) preparations, and mathematics for general GRE test may contact with confidence.