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Will travel 10 miles

$140 per hour.

4.97 107 ratings

I have utilized Mathematica throughout the extent of my undergraduate education. In addition, I heavily relied on Mathematica for analytic calculations while obtaining my M.S. degree. Such experience has yielded a broad mastery of the program's various built-in functions and features. I have generated various template notebook files which could come in quite handy for creating new programs or for teaching purposes. Hi there! I am a computational physicist at USC, doing research in quantum optics and solid-state physics. I teach all levels of mathematics, as well as introductory and college-lev [more]

Mathematica is awesome! I took a class called Mathematical Physics, which had a lab fully dedicated to using Mathematica. I am proficient at most of the basic functions, and I have used Mathematica extensively for modeling physical scenarios, often involving many interconnected differential equations. I have used Mathematica throughout my college career and in many different classes, including Quantum Mechanics, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Calculus, and my personal Capstone project. [more]

Will travel 3 miles

$90 per hour.

4.94 270 ratings

Being a physics graduate student means using Mathematica on a daily basis, and I certainly did! Little by little, I have learned to love this amazing piece of software that seems smarter than me, at times! The syntax is very intuitive once the basics are understood, and the documentation is so extensive and so well organized that it makes learning to use it a breeze. Every time I teach a class, I teach some of my students to use it, because I think it's something that everyone in a scientific field should know. [more]

I started using Mathematica with version 5, in 2003, which was my first year taking graduate classes in the UCLA Dept. of Chemistry. When I subsequently was a teaching assistant for the department's graduate statistical mechanics class, I taught those students to use Mathematica. I've also used Mathematica extensively in my research. I have a B.A. in chemistry and biology from Dartmouth (summa cum laude), a Ph.D. in chemistry from UCLA, and am currently an Adjunct Prof. of Chemistry at West Los Angeles College. I also have four years of experience teaching chemistry and other sciences at th [more]

I have been a mathematica user for more than 15 years. I've used it primarily to back up analysis that I've done as a EE using other tools such as matlab or mathcad. The user interface takes some getting used, and I can put together a list of problems and references that should help the student get up to speed. Mathematica is a great tool, that's worth the extra effort it takes to learn. I've used it to solve problems in linear algebra, as well as electromagnetics. I am an Electrical Engineer with work experience at Hughes Aircraft, Boeing (Anaheim), Raytheon, and Freescale Semiconductor ( [more]

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