Hello, my name is Nathaniel. I attained my B.S. with honors from the University of Michigan with a major in Physics and minor in Mathematics. While enrolled, I worked as a research assistant for two professors who specialize in Biophysics and Astrophysics. I have an extensive background in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Astronomy. I am now a graduate student at the University at Buffalo working towards a Ph.D. in Physics. I currently work as a Teaching Assistant at UB, where I teach... [more]
I received a BS with a minor in mathematics and a major in physics from the University of Michigan. I have tutored students in calculus for test prep, general coursework, and college prep.
I have tutored students in both high school and college general chemistry for over five years. I mainly tutor High school chemistry, AP chemistry, and college chemistry I & II.
I have a BS in physics from the University of Michigan and have been tutoring physics students for over five years. I am in my third year of the physics PhD program at UB and also teach introductory physics classes there.
I took advanced level astronomy courses in college including Stellar Astrophysics. I created answer keys and was the grader for an Introductory Astronomy course at the University of Michigan and conducted research and public outreach programs the U of M observatory in Dearborn, MI.
I completed both undergraduate and graduate level courses in Linear Algebra and earned an A- in both of them. I routinely use fundamental concepts of Linear Algebra to build computational models relevant to my research. I tutored Linear Algebra students at the University of Michigan with much success.
I have used MATLAB extensively throughout college for undergraduate math/physics courses and for research. I have used MATLAB to solve large linear systems, numerically solve systems of differential equations, compute fast Fourier transforms, and find best fit polynomials for a data set. I have also built numerical simulations to describe the behavior of low Reynolds number flows and mass transfer through a flow.