6 MATLAB Tutors Found Near Glendale, CA



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Walter U.

MATLAB Tutor

North Hollywood, CA 91605

Will travel 10 miles

$140 per hour.

4.97 107 ratings

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USC STEM Tutor: Math, Physics, Programming, & More!

I have used MATLAB since 2008, when I taught myself to numerically solve differential equations to study tokamak plasmas. Since then I've used it extensively for a variety of models and simulations, including producing professional scientific figures and animations to boot. I continue to heavily rely on MATLAB for my current research, as it contains many convenient features. In addition, I have generated various template m-files which could come in quite handy for creating new programs or for teaching purposes. [more]


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Joel C.

MATLAB Tutor

Los Angeles, CA 90027

Will travel 15 miles

$100 per hour.

5.0 7 ratings

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Patient Math Tutor from MIT

I worked at MIT Lincoln Laboratory from June 2011 to December 2013. My entire group, including myself, used MATLAB for projects. I coded daily in both MATLAB and Python, including modeling, data processing, plotting, algorithm prototyping, and more. Hi! My name is Joel and I graduated from MIT in 2010. I love studying and explaining mathematics. I actually enjoy math SO much, that I dedicated four years to learning all about it. Now I can pass the knowledge on to you! I have designed lesson plans that range from one-day study sessions to long term course help or SAT prep. Before and after eac [more]


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Nasim M.

MATLAB Tutor

Glendale, CA 91203

Will travel 10 miles

$65 per hour.

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ECE PhD, Expert in Matlab/Simulink, 4+ years of industry experience

I have PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering and worked on large data analysis during my postdoctoral studies. I am specialized in developing Image/Signal Processing and Control Algorithms in MATLAB/Simulink. I have several years of industry experience as well as teaching at undergraduate and graduate courses. I received my BSc(honors),Msc and PhD from University of California Santa Barbara, and worked as a postdoctoral research scholar at USC and UCI. Since then I worked in industry and I am familiar with real industrial needs and applications of electrical and computer engineering cour [more]


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Wess G.

MATLAB Tutor

Beverly Hills, CA 90212

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

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Rocket Science Tutor

Matlab & Simulink form the standard programming and development environment in the Aerospace industry. I have worked as a guidance, navigation, and controls engineer developing algorithms for aerospace vehicles just as small unmanned aerial vehicles, satellites, launch vehicles, among others. The modeling and simulation of such aerospace vehicles is almost always done using Matlab/Simulink which has been part of my skill set since undergraduate college back in 1998. I grew up in a small town that offered the freedom of the hills. My best memories are always of me pushing the pedals on my road [more]


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Khalid Y.

MATLAB Tutor

Los Angeles, CA 90034

Will travel 20 miles

$125 per hour.

5.0 13 ratings

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UCLA Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering

I have 14+ years experience with MATLLAB. I learned and used it as an undergrad, I used it in my research and taught through grad school, and I still currently use it in my postdoctoral research. I have been conducting research over the past ten years on several engineering topics including biomedical engineering, signal & image processing, and machine learning using MATLAB as one of the main prototyping tools. I have published over a dozen research articles on the topics. I have served as a teaching assistant for a UCLA undergraduate senior lab course on physical chemistry that involved teach [more]


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Paul A.

MATLAB Tutor

Los Angeles, CA 90034

Will travel 16 miles

$50 per hour.

4.88 581 ratings

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The Nasa Scholars Program made math real. You can, too.

The initial contact that Engineering/Computer science/Math students have with MATLAB is the Graphical User Interface. Prior to diving into programming for theoretical applications, I engage the students on the menu items and toolbars showing them how easy it is to test simple math and physics problems such as projectiles by using what they come to refer as "GUI". At the advanced level they start creating programs that analyse for instance bending moments; typical of construction projects;allowing them to check the viability of structures based on simulation of potential loads. We have worked w [more]