Byron L.


Byron L.

Tutor

Atlanta, GA 30313

Will travel 1 miles

$90 per hour.

4.96 28 ratings

Maths and Physics are Fun!

I am a graduate student at Georgia Institute of Technology pursuing a Ph.D. in Physics with a minor in Electrical Engineering. I have both formally and informally tutored since high school and I was a graduate teaching assistant in physics for the 2013-2014 school year. Before my first full teaching assignment I participated in a workshop on modern teaching theory and techniques. While a TA, in addition to my duties of regular tutoring session hours and lab hours, I would also hold review ses... [more]


Algebra 2


Calculus


Physics


Precalculus


Spanish


Astronomy


Electrical Engineering

I have a Master's degree in Engineering Physics, which included classes such as: Electrical Engineering I, Micro Computer Engineering, Electro-Optical Engineering, and Advanced Controls. Currently, I'm pursuing a Ph.D. in Physics with a minor in Electrical Engineering. At Georgia Tech, I have taken a graduate level electro-optics class and I earned an A in the class. I also have to deal with electrical / computer engineering on a daily basis for my job as a research assistant. My tutoring methods are based on modern active / inquiry based learning techniques where the tutor / mentor primarily leads the student to discover the answer, rather than directly show them how to get there.


Mechanical Engineering

I have a Master's degree in Engineering Physics, which included classes such as: Statics, Dynamics, Solids, Materials, Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics, and Heat Transfer. My current research has me doing a lot of mechanical engineering and design for the structure of our experimental apparatus and heat transfer from the high power components. I have significant experience designing components in various CAD softwares such as Autodesk Inventor, Catia, and Solid Works, and fabricating them using machine shop tools and 3d printers. My simultaneous theoretical classroom experience and practical design and manufacturing experience gives me a unique perspective on problems. My tutoring methods are based on modern active / inquiry based learning techniques where the tutor / mentor primarily leads the student to discover the answer, rather than directly show them how to get there.


Computer Engineering

I have a Master's degree in Engineering Physics, which included classes such as: Electrical Engineering I, Micro Computer Engineering, Electro-Optical Engineering, and Advanced Controls. Currently, I'm pursuing a Ph.D. in Physics with a minor in Electrical Engineering. At Georgia Tech, I have taken a graduate level electro-optics class and I earned an A in the class. I also have to deal with electrical / computer engineering on a daily basis for my job as a research assistant. My tutoring methods are based on modern active / inquiry based learning techniques where the tutor / mentor primarily leads the student to discover the answer, rather than directly show them how to get there.