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I used Fortran for many years in high performance computing for climate research models and non linear finite element systems. I hold a M.S. in Mathematics and an interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Mathematics, Computer Science, and Physics. Over time I have been working at colleges and universities in Germany, in France, and in the U.S. In addition I worked for a decade at research labs in Germany and in the U.S. (LBNL) and at a risk modeling company. Since 2010 I dedicate my professional attention full time to teaching mainly math and computer science as a tutor and lecturer. I currently teach at c [more]

I have 15+ years experience doing virtually everything via FORTRAN. Patience and repetition can reveal the pathways to solutions. I have practiced these for years and can share them with you. It is thrilling when you finally understand how all the pieces for together! If you just want answers to problems, I can give you those. If you want to review the material, we can do that. If you want to be able to work on your own, I can build your confidence. It depends on your short term goals and needs. Let me know up front. Excel is a Swiss Army knife for dat... [more]

In 1969, when I worked as a TA in CHing-Hwa University's graduate school of Physics, I used FORTRAN to complete a lot of analysis/comparison/reports, and also converted a very large ARGO program taken from a European company to FORTRAN IV. I have MS degree in Computer Sciences from Central Michigan University, Michigan, and I have 15 years experience in all phases of MS access Application design. During my master study I was a TA for high level computer language at Michigan University. I also have experience designing complete application systems at HP, Standford University, Kaiser Permanente [more]

I'm a highly qualified Fortran programmer. It was the first programming language I learned in graduate school. Subsequently I used Fortran in a number of projects including space flight simulations, antibalistic missle defense design, orbital decay calculations, business simulations and multi-stage rocket optimization using the method of steepest descent which became the basis for a published paper. I Taught Chemistry at Monte Vista Christian School. I have MAT (Masters of Arts in Teaching) from WGU (Western Governors University). I am certified by the State of California to teach Science for [more]

I have been a programmer for almost 40 years. I did a lot of aerospace work after college and much of this was scientific programming using Fortran. Qualifications: -BA in Math from UCSD, magna cum laude -OVER 4000 successful hours of tutoring in the last 6 years -You will not only learn the subject, you will learn to improve your ability TO study -Can debug even the most bogged student -Excellent reviews from clients attending major colleges to K-6th -I've even had students discover they CAN study, and decide to come OFF drugs So, if study is a constant source of problems for you, or you [more]

I received a BS degree in Computer Science at San Francisco State University. All basic programming course work used Fortran as the language. Further, my first 8 years employed as a computer programmer I used Fortran as the primary programming language. The programs I wrote involved actuary science theories and pension plan maintenance. Mathematical concepts have always come easy to me. It is a talent I was born with and enjoyed every subject from arithmetic, to geometry and trig, algebra and calculus, linear algebra and real analysis. It was an easy transition to computer science. My career t [more]

I am a software developer and engineering manager retired from 30+ years of employment with Hughes Aircraft/Raytheon. I wrote my first FORTRAN program in 1975 in my first computer science class at Binghamton University (then SUNY Binghamton). I continued to write software in FORTRAN mostly for applications in nuclear and high energy physics at Binghamton as well as at graduate school at UCLA. I continued to write FORTRAN programs that calculated electromagnetic cross sections at Northrop in 1981 and plotted data flow diagrams at Raytheon in 1984. True, I wrote my last FORTRAN program in the mi [more]

I had learned Fortran when I was attending University of Texas at Arlington. The course shows on my UTA transcript. I have worked for the North Texas of Council of Governments as a computer programmer. During the period of time I spent working there, I developed code using Fortran. I have taught Fortran at Tarrant County Junior College in Fort Worth, TX. I have a degree of MA in mathematics and a degree of MS in computer science. I have earned both degrees from the University of Texas at Arlington. For my teaching background and experience, I have been teaching at various colleges (i.e., [more]

FORTRAN is the programming language of math and engineering. Efficient and fast, it has simple declaration and parameter passing rules. Learn how to set up multiple subroutines, optimize performance, and read code like English. Learn techniques to edit code without introducing bugs. I am an expert in numerical techniques, and have been writing FORTRAN code for 25 years. My longest program is 200 pages long, and is the most advanced tsunami simulation software in the world. It is distributed internationally as an open source code under the name Geowave. [more]

I have extensive experience in Fortran based on my physics research years, both on mainframe and personal computers. I also have a degree in computer science. I'm enthusiastic about tutoring -- I've been teaching and tutoring, as time permitted, starting when I was a graduate student. My BA is in Maths and Computer Science, my PhD is in Physics, I did postdoctoral work in Biophysics, I was on the Physiology faculty at a university in Canada, and now I work in the Biotech field here in the Bay Area. My approach when tutoring is to find a way to bring the student to that "aha" moment when thin [more]

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