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I am a retired engineer from Eastman Kodak who has worked with digital imaging and computer connectivity. I am co-developer of the USB interface that connects digital still cameras to the PC. Currently I am an adjunct instructor of Software Engineering at RIT and an adjunct instructor of Computer Technology at ITT. Throughout my career I have used mathematics and principles of physics to develop solutions to real world problems. I would like to help others understand how basic principles o... [more]

I earned a bachelor's degree in Physics with a Math minor from Ithaca College with a cumulative GPA of 3.9. I have also been Tutoring Physics for 8 years from middle school to college level. I have been teaching and tutoring physics regularly since the fall of 2007. While attending Ithaca College (Fall 2007-Spring 2010) I was employed by the physics department as a Teacher?s Assistant (TA) as well as a study group facilitator. As a TA I was assigned to answer questions during class and lab work as well as grade homework assignments. I also had the opportunity to give lectures when the profess [more]

I'm a graduate of RPI with a degree in Biochemistry/Biophysics. I have strong interest in public health and public policy. I am enrolled for my Masters in Public Health at SUNY Albany online after recently moving to Rochester. My strengths are in the physical sciences and math, but my English skills are also very strong. I have two years of substitute teaching experience, grades K-12, including long term placements in math, particularly algebra, pre-calculus, and calculus. I have been tutori... [more]

I am a recent graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) where I majored in physics with a minor in mathematics. I used to tutor in physics and math during high school and have been a teaching assistant for several physics classes at RIT. I have taught students between the ages of 10 and 24 in topics ranging from long division to college level physics. I am patient and positive when tutoring students and enjoy seeing them succeed. Please contact me for more informat... [more]

I have been successful tutoring students for the Regents, SAT, ACT exams, and in AP courses. 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) for 24 years; R&D engineer for Scott Paper (Philadelphia) for 2 years; R&D engineer for Exxon Production Research (Housto... [more]

Not so long ago the goal of education was to shape the thinking of younger generations so that, with solid background knowledge, they could, in turn, add wisdom to the common store. Since reasoning, interpretative, and problem solving skills are needed across the spectrum, different disciplines were interwoven and 'classics' -that is, the common pool of knowledge that had proved valuable and fertile over time- highly respected and heavily studied. All that has changed, in a misguided effort ... [more]

I tutor the following topics: Newton's Laws Least Action and Lagrangian mechanics Pascal's and Archimedes' Principles solid and fluid mechanics wave motion and sound electricity and magnetism thermodynamics circuits optics quantum mechanics particle physics Unlike many of the tutors that appear on this site, I an not a professional teacher. I have, however, been a tutor for many years. I got my start, quite by accident, while a physics teaching assistant at the University of California. My job was to teach a freshman physics lab course. Most of the students were able to do the lab work but had [more]

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