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FORTRAN is a shortened name for the computer programming language of Formula Translation. Fortran is often used for engineering applications due to its ability to handle complex numerical calculations and equations. I received A's in all of the Fortran courses that I took in college. I used Fortran programming in Reactor Engineering applications at my job at the E. I. Hatch Nuclear Power plant as both a reactor engineer and as a simulator engineer for seventeen years. As an undergraduate I completed the self-paced Precalculus course at UMBC in just 5 weeks and was hired immediately as a tut [more]

I am qualified to teach FORTRAN programming because 1) I have over 10 years programming in FORTRAN, including a major project in the past 10 years, 2) I teach computer programming in college, 3) I have a PhD in Computer and Information Sciences. I have a strong STEM background. I was a National Merit Finalist out of high school. I've taught elementary college algebra at UA and JSCC. I taught COBOL at BSC. I've taught MASM at MIles College. And I taught CIS courses for 10 years at JSCC. I have a BS in mathematics/chemistry, MA in mathematics, PhD in computer sciences. I maintain my skills. Alth [more]

I program in FORTRAN and BASIC as a Registered Professional Hydrologist generating subroutines to calculate water levels on a node grid for aquifer hydrology calculations. I also use FORTRAN programming to calculate key deck elevations in bridge design. My professional experience includes Senior Design Engineer/Principal where I provide civil/structural design, hydraulic design and drafting support for land development projects; conduct environmental site assessments/jurisdictional wetlands delineations; conduct asbestos inspections; analyze geotechnical conditions for site work preparation a [more]

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