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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 had several courses in Mathematica while completing my Physics and Engineering degrees. I have used it to do everything from making graphs and animations, to solving differential equations using the finite difference method. I am very fluent in using the visualization capabilities of the program as well as writing iterative code to use computational methods to solve advanced math problems. I enjoy making math and science more fun and understandable for middle school, high school, and college students. I graduated in spring '08 with a BS in Physics and Math and in spring '10 with a Ma [more]

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