6 Electrical Engineering Tutors Found Near Winston Salem, NC



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Mike K.

Electrical Engineering Tutor

Wake Forest, NC 27587

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

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Help when You Need it Most

I have an electrical engineering degree from Rutgers University in NJ where I specialized in the area of biomedical engineering, applying the theories of EE to the human body and deriving all kinds of non-invasive diagnostic devices and capabilities. Biomedical engineers invented the machines you may be familiar with: CAT scan, MRI, PET scan, Ultrasound and doppler scanning and many more. If you are considering a career field in EE or BME, I am glad to offer my insight and guidance to you. Anyone would be hard-pressed to say math is fun (although I have seen some cool math puzzles and games [more]


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Brian P.

Electrical Engineering Tutor

East Flat Rock, NC 28726

Will travel 35 miles

$35 per hour.

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Skilled CAD Specialist Offering 2D/3D Drafting Tutoring Services

On May 7th 2014 I was presented with an Associates In Applied Science degree in Electronics Engineering Technology from Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute. I'm a highly motivated engineer who specializes in 2D and 3D Computer Aided Drafting and it's related programs and processes. I have just over four years of recent experience in the manufacturing industry and nearly ten years spent in electrical engineering. Over my career I've become knowledgeable in quite a few areas including electrical design, manufacturing processes, machining, and 3D printing principles. Both in my [more]


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Robert R.

Electrical Engineering Tutor

Walkertown, NC 27051

Will travel 35 miles

$35 per hour.

4.88 68 ratings

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Full-Time Systems Integration Engineer & STEM Tutor for Students

I am a rising senior in Electrical Engineering at NC State University. I have taken a majority of the core undergraduate courses in Electrical Engineering. I can offer help with electric circuits, microelectronics, linear systems, logic circuits (sequential and combinational), differential equations, algebra, programming in C and LC3. I'm a full-time systems integration engineer working in the Industrial Automation and Controls industry and I am also a part-time tutor for students and professionals who need help in any Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics subject. I graduated from [more]


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John W.

Electrical Engineering Tutor

Simpsonville, SC 29680

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

4.5 2 ratings

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Trigonometry and Calculus Tutor

I graduated from DeVry University in 1997 with an ASEET. I graduated with a 4.0 GPA. I took courses such as Digital Systems, Op-amps, Microprocessor, in addition to standard fare such as Electronics I and II and AC theory. I worked as an electronic technician, repairing circuit boards returned by the customers. The repaired boards were certified to NIST standards prior to returning to the customer. So you need help learning Algebra, Trig or Calculus! I guess the reason you're seeking help is not because you watch ?The Big Bang Theory? and have seen strange math equations that were wri [more]


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Medo S.

Electrical Engineering Tutor

Greensboro, NC 27407

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

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Electronic Engineer ready to help you gain intuition

I study Electrical Engineering at Georgia Tech. I have taken AP physics in high school and I have received an A. I have also gotten an A in most of my classes at Georgia Tech. About Me & Qualifications: I just graduated with an Electronic Engineering degree from Georgia Tech with a 3.9 overall GPA and am working as a fulltime Engineer. I think the most important part of learning is having an intuition about the concepts. I enjoy teaching and helping others gain that intuition. I have been a tutor throughout high-school and tutored at Georgia Tech. As an Electronic Engineer, I have an intuiti [more]


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Brad M.

Electrical Engineering Tutor

Blacksburg, VA 24060

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.89 246 ratings

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Math, Physics, ME, EE, Econ, Accounting, Finance, and Proofreading

What makes the ME an "Electro-Mechanical" Engineer? Building your OWN measurement-and-control circuits. I'd be most helpful working with low-voltage DC signals and layouts. Biomedical instruments face the special challenge of sensing microvolt signals in noisy settings. Recent courses have included VT ECE 2004,54. One key circuit analysis concept is this: parallel paths should use the node-current formulations of i = V/R, C dV/dt, 1/L ] V dt. For serial elements, the familiar voltage-loop approach works just fine using V = iR, L di/dt, 1/C ] i dt. Most devices can be viewed simply as "quasi-r [more]