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Mechanical engineering (Master's)
Materials Science (PhD)
I have a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering. I have many years of experience teaching students at high school and university levels. I helped students to graduate successfully and to get scholarships awarded on the basis of excellent SAT and ACT scores.
I enjoy teaching, and have a strong work ethics, that can serve as an example for students.
I have helped many students during the years to not only accept but also appreciate and enjoy their quest for knowledge, not only to get passing grades. I have a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering. I have many years of experience teaching students at high school and university levels. I helped students to graduate successfully and to get scholarships awarded on the basis of excellent … Read more
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I have taught classes on C++ at the college undergraduate level for more than 5 years. I have taught C++ at universities in the class of Numerical Analysis, solving algebraic and differential equations.
I studied computer programming as part of my undergraduate studies in Mechanical Engineering.
I've written multiple programs using Matlab. I am a Mechanical Engineer. I did teach Matlab at the university undergraduate level, for use in solving problems of Mechanical Design, at The University of Texas at El Paso (Fall 2006).