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Need to use MATLAB, but you are not sure how to? is your MATLAB code running too slow, and you can't figure out why? still can't tell the difference between .m, .mat or a .mex file? Not to worry I have been using MATLAB for over 25 years, I can help to show you how to solve your particular problem, how to deal with complicated algorithm design, optimize the memory footprint and running time of your code, using profiling tools, integrate with native code written in C, C++ and FORTRAN, how to modularized your solution, package it into a library, export and import your data, design a graphical [more]

I have been using Matlab for more than 10 years. I mostly have used it to analyze large sets of structured data. I've made plots using the data and made calculations. I have also experience with the Image Processing Toolbox which I used to study high speed images of particles in a fluidized bed. I calculated the instantaneous solid volume fraction using Matlab's intrinsic functions. I've taught Statics, C++ and Fortran, Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer at various universities. Can help in computer modeling, programming, general engineering courses, math and physics. I am also a Professional En [more]

MATLAB is a math environment in which someone can verify the solutions of various math problems of wide range of complexity. Subjects like algebra, matrix manipulation, calculus, differential equations and many others are some of the possibilities. Hello there! I would be very much interested in helping you to learn and most important, understand one of the following subjects: French language, ESL/English, computers (programming, how to use them, the Internet, networks, etc), electronics, micro-controllers and robotics, algebra and geometry, S.T.E.M., trigonometry and sciences such as: physi [more]

I was a TA for the basic MATLAB course series for 3 years in college. I was involved in work for 2 research labs while in college, both of which used MATLAB extensively. One project was to program a robotic arm for high precision surgery, and the other was for segmentation of different bones around joint space given CT data in the form of a point cloud. I enjoy tutoring in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics because these subjects are all about trying new things and finding what works. While getting a degree in Biomedical Engineering, I had the opportunity to tutor students [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 am using Matlab extensively for my thesis for a master's degree in math. I have been using it for about two years as part of my math studies. I was a programmer for many years before returning to school. I can help you with all of the basics of Matlab. I am capable of understanding the documentation (which is a bit cryptic, because it's written in math equations using math terminology), so I can quickly learn anything you need. I can even teach you how to understand the Matlab environment and docs so you learn more about Matlab on your own (so you never need to pay a tutor again!). [more]

In college I took a programming course in MATLAB and numerical methods. I use MATLAB on a daily basis for data analysis, modeling, and statistics for my research. I have previously instructed several students in terms of the general use of MATLAB, both within the lab and as a teaching assistant. Hi folks, my name is Scott and I am a PhD student at Johns Hopkins University studying Biomedical Engineering. I graduated summa cum laude (GPA: 4.0) from Lafayette College with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and minor in Mathematics. In my research involving computational motor control, I consisten [more]

I have instructed Matlab lab exercises for numerical methods classes at college level. For the last 10 years, I have used Matlab regularly for prototyping and testing ideas in virtually every project I worked on. In 2013, I completed a production-strength, standalone GUI application implemented entirely in Matlab. I have over 15 years of teaching and tutoring experience in mathematics, computer programming, statistics, physics, and other subjects, where the main difficulty and emphasis stem from the mathematics involved. My students range form grade 5 all the way to graduate students and some [more]

I work full time as a Research Engineer in which I do a lot of data processing and programming using Matlab. I learned Matlab while attaining my undergraduate degree and have expanded my knowledge since. While I attended TCNJ I was a paid tutor for the college in the subjects associated with Electrical Engineering including but not limited to Calculus, Physics, Differential Equations, and Computer Programming. This was a duration of three years; tutors were not able to tutor without at least a sophomore status. I now work full-time as a research engineer for Stevens Institute of Technology and [more]

I have done many projects based on MATLAB programming, with my Masters thesis being the most important of them. My current work as a part of my PhD also involves detailed MATLAB usage. I have done optimization, utilized numerical and computational techniques, and also created user interfaces on MATLAB. I have a couple of publications based on the work I did in MATLAB. I am currently pursuing my PhD in Mechanical Engineering at University of Maryland - College Park. I have been a TA at UMD and also my previous institute and have 2 years of TA experience. I can help tutor in different field [more]

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