I liked all math subjects, algebra, calculus including differential, advanced analysis, etc. all my life starting from high school years. During university years and afterwards, I spent considerable time with numerical analysis and differential equations. After obtaining my PhD in Mechanical/Aerospace Engineering, I taught 10+ years at 3 universities in California , CSULB, Northrop and CSUN in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering areas. I had possibly well over 2500+ students in my severa... [more]

Algebra 1

I have obtained a PhD in mechanical/aerospace engineering. These areas are most heavily populated with math subjects. Math is the foundation for engineering. I have been math oriented all of my life. And I taught several math courses at 3 universities in CA.

Algebra 2

I earned a PhD in mechanical/aerospace engineering. These areas are most heavily populated with math subjects. Math is the foundation for engineering. I have been math oriented all of my life. And I taught several math courses at 3 universities in CA. I have taught all sorts of advanced math classes many times.

Calculus

PhD in mechanical/aerospace engineering. These areas are most heavily populated with math subjects. Math is the foundation for engineering. I have been math oriented all of my life. And I taught several math courses at 3 universities in CA.

Physics

I would be best in thermodynamics (I taught 12+ times), heat (I taught 5+ times), mechanics of materials (5+ times) and mechanics/dynamics (16+ times).

Precalculus

I earned a PhD in mechanical/aerospace engineering. These areas are most heavily populated with math subjects. Math is the foundation for engineering. I have been math oriented all of my life. And I taught several math courses at 3 universities in CA.

Probability

Differential Equations

I have a PhD in Mechanical/Aerospace Engineering. I taught 10+ years at 3 universities in California, CSULB, CSUN, and Northrop University, in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering areas. During this time, I had possibly well over 2500+ students in my many classes (well over 50). In addition to engineering classes, I also taught several math classes, like advanced engineering analysis, numerical analysis which included partial differential equations, etc. I supervised 14 MS theses (based on partial differential equations) and got these theses completed in time.

Career Development

During the last 4 years I was responsible for the personal and technical (career) development of about 120 young engineers. I supported this group of engineers with daily inputs (technical and procedural) for 4 years. To each of them, I gave a yearly skill (career) development test (some of them several times, total possibly 200+ times, watching their progress). I reviewed well over 50 resumes and interviewed 12+ people for positions in the company. In the past I taught well over 50-100 classes at 3 universities in California. I have had learning development experience with possibly over 2500 students.

Fortran

I spent 10+ years working with 3 Fluid Dynamics codes written in Fortran language, first about 14 pages, second about 45-50 pages, and the third about 25 pages. Subsequently I converted the second program to a 3-D code as part of a research project. Following these I used Fortran in about 5 other Boundary Layer Codes, around average 15 pages each. These all above were to perform non-linear iterative calculations. Also, in about 5-6 companies I used Fortran either to do some calculations or to process data (for instance, to change the format of an output or to provide an input in a certain format). Also, in a company I wrote a new input section (a subroutine) for a non-linear plastic stress analysis program which provided an organized and convenient input for the program. Also, I have written a Composite Stress Analysis program solving a 6x6 matrix (using a ready subroutine). Also I have written a linear shell stress analysis program.

Mechanical Engineering

I have a PhD in Mechanical/Aerospace Engineering. I am California registered Professional Mechanical Engineer. I taught 10+ years at three universities in California, CSULB, CSUN, and Northrop University in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering areas. I like helping younger people to achieve their objectives. I am very patient instructor and will take you step by step through the difficulties to success.

Civil Engineering

First, Mechanical (my present tutoring) and Civil Engineering have two areas of subjects in common. Strength of materials leading to structures, and fluid mechanics. While saying structures, this also includes dynamics and vibrations which are common. Secondly, recently in the end of 2015 and start of 2016, I took all the Civil Engineering PE exam review courses at IIT. Although there was nothing I did not understand in all these, I intend to tutor in Fluid Mechanics, Strength of Materials & Structures and Basic Cost Analysis. I have been doing structural analysis in industry for 25+ years. Also, my present student Ylan's son is a Civil Engineering student already.