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Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.85 659 ratings

I am an Electrical Engineer graduate from the University of Akron. I help students understand and apply the following subjects: Circuits I & II, Digital communications, Switching and Logic, Physical Electronics, Active Circuits and control systems. I am an Electrical Engineer graduate from the University of Akron currently working as a network administrator. I have been tutoring middle school, high school and college students in math ranging from: basic math to Calculus III. I also taught a pre-engineering class for high school students for the Upward Bound program at the University of Akron [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

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I have a BS & MS in Electrical Engineering & Applied Physics from Case Western Reserve University (Case Institute of Technology), 1976 & 1978 respectively. With a background in analog and digital circuit design, I can easily cover all freshman and some sophomore topics. Topics on electromagnetics, rotating machines, etc. are probably outside my scope of capabilities at this point. Mathematics can be a fun and useful tool. It certainly is a necessity to master math for any technical career aspirations. With a keen eye for finding and removing "mental blocks" which students might have, for m [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

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I received my B.S. Degree in Electronics Engineering from Indiana Institute of Technology. I taught electronics at Lawrence Tech for 4 years and designed all of the electrical circuits for my lab classes. The courses included the bipolar transistor, JFEts, Mosfets, and Operation Amplifiers. Patents: 1. Tire pressure Monitoring System. 2. R.F. Receiver for Tire Pressure Monitoring System. 3. Automated Worse Case Circuit Design and analysis. I received my B.S. Degree in Electronics Engineering from Indiana Institute of Technology. I have been tutoring for 16 years, and I enjoy tutoring ma [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

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I have an AAS degree in Electronics Technology with a GPA of 3.8 and a BSEE degree with a GPA of 3.4. I have worked since 1988 at six different companies as a product design engineer on a wide range of consumer and industrial electronic products. I have also tutored over 50 students in various electrical engineering courses since 1988. I have been a tutor at various times during my career as and Electrical Engineer since I graduated from college in 1987. I have a passion for math, physics and electronics courses and I enjoy explaining complex topics in a simpler form. I like seeing my stu [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$120 per hour.

4.88 24 ratings

I recently completed my Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering at Cornell University, and will be pursuing my Ph.D. in EE at Michigan in the fall of 2012. My expertise lies in digital signal processing, analog circuit theory and design, control theory, and microelectronics, though I have also taken courses in lasers and optoelectronics, digital design, computer organization, and microcontroller design. If you are a masters, bachelors, or high school student in the greater Ann Arbor area seeking tutoring in mathematics or physics, look no further, because I'm your guy! My name is Gopal, and I gra [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

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I have a bachelors, masters degree in electrical engineering and masters degree in applied mathematics. I have over sixty-five years of work experience in this field which include employment with a utility company, computer company, automotive company, switchgear manufacturer and defense contractor. I have approximately 20 years experience teaching both electrical subjects and mathematics subject at the community college level. While teaching mathematics and electrical subjects at the community college level I experienced a sense of achievement when the student expressed his appreciation for [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$20 per hour.

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I have got my Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and have worked for a couple of years as an engineer. When I was an undergraduate student, I was a teaching assistant in Signal & Systems course and taught classes in SIGSYS. As the son of two dedicated and passionate teachers (chemistry and literature), learning has been always my passion. And as much as I enjoy learning, I get a deep sense of gratification by helping others learn. You have probably heard the proverb: "Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man how to catch fish and you feed him for a lifetime". To me, l [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$25 per hour.

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I have a diploma in Electronics and Telecommunications. I also have a bachelor's degree in Electronics. And I have a master's degree in Electrical Engineering. I have helped teach various electrical engineering subjects to undergrad students as part of being a teaching assistant during my master's program. For the past 5 years, I have been working part-time as an adjunct math faculty member at a local community college. I have been teaching various math courses ranging from beginning algebra to pre-calculus, both online and in a classroom environment. I am a certified online instructor. Prior [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 48 ratings

I received Bachelor's Degree from SUNY Fredonia in Mathematics and Physics with High Honors. While at Fredonia, I was in the Coop Engineering program, where about 1/2 of my course work was directed toward core engineering courses. Therefore, in addition to the courses in Math and Physics, I took core courses in Electrical Engineering. After completing school, I went to work and worked for 28 years in many areas of electronics design. I have taught several electrical engineering courses at the college level including Fiberoptic Communications Systems, Green Energy Technologies, Electronic Techn [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$18 per hour.

4.99 93 ratings

I graduated with a 3.7769/4.0 with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineer and Mathematics from Michigan State University in 2008. I was accepted as a research assistant at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory where I performed theoretical control and stability analysis. My particular expertise is in control systems, especially Linear System Theory. I tutored all the way up to a senior level linear algebra course at the Michigan State University Math Learning Center for two years. I then applied for and was accepted as an undergraduate trigonometry teaching assistant leading [more]

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