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Throughout my academic career, I have learned and utilized skills in MATLAB including the use of the software and the creation of m file programs. My most recent research has utilized MATLAB extensively in data processing and graphical presentation of that data. LET ME BE YOUR ACADEMICS PERSONAL TRAINER! OVER 20 YEARS OF PRIVATE TUTORING EXPERIENCE! YOUR ONE STOP SHOP WITH EXPERIENCE IN A WIDE VARIETY OF SUBJECTS! I completed my PhD in nuclear engineering at Penn State. I have successfully instructed physics and several engineering courses at Penn State. During my undergraduate studie [more]

I have a Mechanical Engineering Degree from Ohio State. I used MATLAB throughout education and then taught the basics for 5 years while teaching at OSU. i can handle everything from dot operators to function files. I even have all my own material to use with the student. I am a passionate teacher who enjoys teaching and working with students. I have worked at 3 universities since gaining my Masters in Mechanical Engineering. I like to help students really get deep level understanding so that they can feel confident on their own. I love seeing the "eureka" moments that happen when students a [more]

I have use Matlab for research and product development for the last 16 years. I learned it as a student and delved into programming, GUI, Fuzzy logic, neural networks and image processing in Matlab. I have developed automated algorithms for project management migration between tools for clients using Matlab, I have developed codes for automating Simulink configuration, modeling and control robots for research purposes, simulated engine controls and after treatment systems , developed DOE algorithms and data analysis and process automation using m scripts. I have been working faith model based [more]

I started using MATLAB in Classical Mechanics, and though I didn't understand how to use it then, I've recently gotten more experience with it in Numerical Analysis. After using MATLAB for Numerical Analysis for a semester, I am familiar with using it and creating m-files for functions, loops, and a few other basics. I received my Bachelor's degree in Mathematics in June 2012 from Canisius College in Buffalo, NY. I also received my Master's degree in Mathematics in June 2015 from the University of Connecticut in Storrs, CT. I have teaching and tutoring experience in most levels of math (with t [more]

I am a certified New York State certified mathematics teacher grades seven through twelve. I have taught college level classes that use my math lab as the homework piece of the math course. I have been able to give my students support with my math lab to complete their classes successfully. I have also tutored college level students in South Carolina and in New York State using my math lab with a great degree of success. This qualifies me to tutor students in this subject. I have taught all levels of Mathematics and tutored Mathematics for many years. I have taught and tutored and Mathematics [more]

In my undergraduate I worked on a project which required me to solve wave equation using finite-difference method (Numerical method). I wrote a code in matlab to see how the wave evolve in time given the initial condition. I use matlab for plotting my equations, fitting my data. I also have strong knowledge of C/C++. Hello guys! My name is Amit. Currently, I am a Research Assistant at Wayne State University (WSU). I do research in Particle Physics. I also teach General Physics Laboratory and Astronomy Laboratory to undergraduate students at Wayne State University. I recently joined WSU in Augu [more]

I have used matlab when I was finishing my dissertation for my Ph.d in electrical engineering. Also I tutored my son in using Matlab in his calculus 1 class. If it is for calculus it is pretty simple to use but students have to know how to solve problems before inputting the information so the problem is not the software as much as it is knowing calculus itself. I am a current math and physics teacher and a part-time college professor. I consider myself an expert in what I teach and tutor and care that my students achieve success. As I tutor I also counsel my students on their education choice [more]

I taught Matlab for 5 years at RIT as part of Numerical Analysis. I can teach basic Matlab, and reasonable amount of the graphing package. I have been successfully tutoring students for the Regents, SAT, ACT, GRE math, Algebra I and II, PreCalculus, Calculus, Differential Equations, and Numerical Methods with Matlab. I have also been successful tutoring college students in Engineering math, Matlab, Mech. Engineering courses (Stre. Mat, Elasticity, Numerical methods, Finite Elements, Statics, Dynamics, Heat Transfer). My industrial experience includes being R&D engineer for Xerox (Webster, NY [more]

MatLab is a computer software program using the general syntaxing of both C and Java. MatLab allows one the ability to either write the code for the problem at hand or to use built-in programs that can assist to get the calculation complete. It is extremely helpful for both matrices and graphing. I have had many experiences programming in MatLAb using both user-written as well as internal-progs and even combining these 2 items into a streamline matLab computer program. I also know both C and Java and can therefore implement programs reasonably efficiently. I also studied this area in the a [more]

MATLAB tutor for 5+ years for Science/Engineering majors. Former mainframe Programmer Analyst and Mechanical Engineer. I can: make MATLAB easy to understand, identify your weak areas, provide tools and tricks to keep you going. I am energetic, patient, positive, fun, engaging, and multicultural. Currently tutoring successfully students from diverse backgrounds, levels, 10 to 55+ years old, several with ADD. For the past five years I have been tutoring student athletes in the subjects of algebra, precalculus, calculus, and linear algebra, as well as in some Computer Science and engineering cour [more]

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