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Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.79 24 ratings

I was a lab teaching assistant in a digital circuit design course - I troubleshooted students' projects which involved programming CPLDs and FPGAs with verilog in conjunction with breadboarding circuits. The projects included making an Analog to Digital converter and scrolling electric sign. I took other courses that involved signal processing labs in MATLAB including implementing convolution, low pass filtering, and dual-tone multi-frequency recognition. My specialty, however, is in photonics and solid-state electronics. My research is on optical and material characterization of a certain typ [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$72 per hour.

5.0 43 ratings

I hold a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from Boston University. While I was a graduate student, I tutored undergraduates in a wide variety of math, physics, and electrical engineering subjects--including electrical circuits, signals and systems, electromagnetics, digital signal processing, etc. I currently work as a signal processing engineer for an engineering software company. I am a highly experienced, enthusiastic tutor in math, physics, and electrical engineering. I firmly believe that anyone can succeed in mathematics and science with the right help and encouragement. My [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

4.67 6 ratings

I have two years of research in the electrical engineering department at the University of Notre Dame. I have grown semiconductor materials used by the entire lab group in an on campus clean room. I have designed, fabricated, tested, and characterized nanodevices using semiconductor materials. I also received a competitive NDnano research fellowship during the summer of 2013, where I received a stipend to work on semiconductor devices. Hello, my name is Katrina! Last May, I graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a B.S. in Physics, having concentrated in advanced physics and astrophys [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$25 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

After my Masters in physics, I am pursuing my PhD in Electrical Engineering. I have been a teaching assistant in Electrical engineering department since 2 years now. Hello, I have my Masters in Physics from Ohio University and am pursuing my Phd in the same field, I have my undergraduate with Physics Major and Mathematics minor. I like teaching very much. I have experience in teaching for more than seven years. I have taught in a Community college as a Physics Lecturer for five years. While teaching Physics I was also teaching the algebra classes as well. I have been working as a teachi [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$70 per hour.

4.96 114 ratings

I have a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) and worked in industry as an engineer. I have completed graduate coursework in electrical and computer engineering, mathematics, physics, and education. I also have a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT). I spent 20 years in the computer industry designing computer and networking hardware and was a Principal Engineer at companies such as Prime Computer, Digital Computer. During my education, in addition to the core engineering and electrical courses, I studied digital logic and Boolean algebra, computer organization and design, so [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$75 per hour.

4.86 84 ratings

I have a MS degree, in Electrical Engineering, from the University of Florida, ten years of Industry experience as an Electrical Engineer (IBM, TELLABS, ACR ELECTRONICS, AEG - TELEFUNKEN), US patents and Publications (IEEE) in my name. My MS degree (University of Stuttgart/ Germany - Thesis gave rise to two separate publications in Physica/ Holland), will come handy in answering questions in Semiconductor Physics, as part of the Electrical Engineering curriculum. Among my College students in EE I count students at Boston University, UMass and Oxford/ UK University (see testimonial)! I am a [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.24 21 ratings

I have a degree in Computer Engineering, which entails extensive study of most Electrical Engineering topics. I am quite strong in Circuit Theory, Discrete and Continuous Time Linear Systems, Random Signals and Noise, Computer Hardware Design, FPGA work, and Embedded Systems. I'm a software designer who's developed novel and effective ways to teach Algebra and Calculus to students of a wide-range of abilities. With a little guidance and a lot of hard work, a student can improve fundamental skills dramatically in just a few short weeks. Many of the methods I employ I once used to dramatically i [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$70 per hour.

4.95 202 ratings

During 2007-2009, while studying biomedical engineering at Boston University, I aced the course in Electric Circuit Theory. I also did laboratory work in Electrical Engineering. I did lab investigations into superconductivity of high-temperature alloy superconductors. Furthermore, while an undergraduate at MIT I studied electronics, and analog and digital circuit design, as well as basics of digital computers. I am an MIT grad with 2 doctorate degrees, and over 10 years of experience tutoring: physics, chemistry, biology, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, precalculus, calculus, biochemistry, mi [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$45 per hour.

4.6 5 ratings

I graduated with a B.S. in electrical engineering with a 4.0 GPA. I have worked as a digital hardware engineer and currently work as an applications engineer for a power supply company. I am working on an M.S. in computer engineering. I specialize in AC/DC circuit analysis, electronics, control and system theory, and of course, engineering mathematics. I recently graduated from the University of Massachusetts with a 4.0 GPA in Electrical Engineering. I am now pursuing a Master's of Science in Electronics and Computer Engineering at WPI while working full time as an Applications Engineer in [more]

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