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I worked with Mathematica to solve problems in Integral Calculus course at the University of Tulsa. Continued using Mathematica to derive solutions to complex integrals often requiring special function solutions in Electromagnetic Waves and Optics course. As a PhD candidate, developed an analytic model of plasma in a fusion reactor known as a tokamak using Mathematica notebooks to numerically calculate, adjust parameters for, and visualize the effect of energetic ions on resistive instabilities- results were published in the journal Physics of Plasmas. [more]

I have taught calculus 1 and 2 and did numerous research using mathematica at UT Tyler while I was getting my master's degree in mathematics. My mathematica skills are oriented towards teaching math courses. For example, when I teach Calculus 2 Lab, My students are required to master the following skills with mathematica: 1. Use Mathematica to plot functions, solve equations, create tables and solve problems from Calculus. 2. Find the length of a curve. 3. Apply the Monte Carlo method to find the area under a curve. 4. Apply techniques of calculus to find volumes, probabilities and work. [more]

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