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I have been an active MATLAB user for seven years and am familiar with many of the languages and programs it uses (e.g., C, Java, and gnuplot). I have been tutoring engineering students in MATLAB course material for the past five years and have ample program debugging experience. I also am familiar with many of the MATLAB extensions and packages (e.g., Simulink). I can handle cases ranging from basic (e.g., first programming experience) to complex (e.g., graduate student attempting to write a research script). [more]

I use MATLAB every day as part of academic research. I am fluent in writing functions and scripts in MATLAB. I have mentored fellow students in developing MATLAB programs, and have tutored students in MATLAB as well. I have taken college level courses in MATLAB. I am currently a graduate student at the University of Chicago. I have extensive training in math, physics, and science subjects from my undergraduate and graduate schools. I graduated with a B.S. in Physics from the University of Southern California with a 3.9 GPA, and currently have a 4.0 GPA at the University of Chicago in a medical [more]

I have a Masters Degree in Mathematical Modeling and Scientific Computing with Distinction from Oxford University. I used MATLAB throughout my graduate studies and most of my Masters thesis was done with MATLAB. Since then, for the past twelve years I have used MATLAB for various research projects relating generally to mathematical modeling within the field of medicine. I am experienced not only with basic functions within MATLAB but also more advanced functions as well as writing software in MATLAB. I worked for a trading firm in downtown Chicago for two years writing algorithms in MATLAB. Fi [more]

MATLAB? is a high-level language and interactive environment for numerical computation, visualization, and programming. A MATLAB user can analyze data, develop algorithms, and create models and applications much faster than he could using traditional programming languages, such as FORTRAN, C/C++ or Java. MATLAB is used by instructors in numerical methods courses as a way for students to learn and gain experience working with algorithms without having to overcome all the roadblocks that go along with implementing them in traditional programming languages. I have extensive experience programmi [more]

My first job in the U.S. was as a Teaching Assistant for an undergraduate computer science class CS 310 "Problem Solving Using Computers", geared towards engineering students, at UW-Madison. Numeric computation was taught using MATLAB. Also, I taught CS 412 "Introduction to Numerical Methods" at UW-Madison, which was entirely taught in MATLAB. Finally, as part of my doctoral dissertation, I designed and developed a simulator using MATLAB. This tutor earned his bachelor?s degree in Electrical Engineering, graduating with honors. He had a perfect score on his Math GRE and continued his studies a [more]

I have taught Matlab to the undergraduates in the University of Illinois as part of an introductory computer science course. I have also extensively used it for my research during both my Masters and Phd. Finally, I have used it for work related purposes in optimization, drawing complicated 2 or 3 dimensional graphs and many other applications. I have taught Math, and Statistics and Probability, Economics, and Finance courses in Illinois State University and University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign during the last 15 years. For over a decade I have been also tutoring Math (pre-algebra, alg [more]

Every engineering student at Northwestern University is required to take MatLab in their first quarter. Students are then expected to regularly use MatLab in the following three quarters of that sequence. My average grade for the sequence was a A-, and I never received a grade lower than a B+. Furthermore, in my major, Material Science and Engineering, a MatLab project or assignment was included in the majority of my required classes to improved our proficiency and use of computational tools. I have a firm belief that the future of all engineering endeavors requires the use and development [more]

I have my BS in Physics, which involved learning and project use of MATLAB. I have done a lot of data analysis in MATLAB for my PhD in Material Science, using smoothing functions to properly plot scattered data. I also have be endorsed by those working in Military Defense and Aerospace for my MATLAB skills. I have tutored Math and Physics every year as TA when I was in College through the academic center, and at the IIT Chicago ARC center for 2 years of my PhD program. The math involved with a physics degree includes intensive use of derivatives, chain rule, concepts from Calc I (High School [more]

I studied Biomedical Engineering in college. I took 4 different Matlab courses from beginning Matlab to advanced signal analysis. I have used Matlab at two of my engineering jobs. I have a license for Matlab 15, but I'm up to date on all changes seen in newer versions. I am a Saint Louis University - Parks College of Engineering and Technology graduate (Class of 2016). I studied Biomedical Engineering, Math, Computer Science, and Ethics while on a pre-medical track. I am currently employed as a Mechanical R&D Engineer at a leading medical device company. Before this, I worked as a Test Enginee [more]

I have been using MATLAB for simple calculations all the way up to complex programs for the past 4 years during school. In my major (Aerospace Engineering), we use it for almost every class to some degree, as it is very robust. I have written several complex codes over the past few years including a plane frame force solver, translunar trajectory analyzer, rocket stage optimizer and more. I also use MATLAB extensively in my lab courses to process and analyze data. MATLAB is a great and forgiving language to learn the basics of programming in, as well as to carry out complex computational probl [more]

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