Hello there! My name is Harrison. I currently work as a microwave engineer and tutor/mentor in the Tampa Bay area. I specialize in teaching math, physics, programming, and all engineering/science subjects. In the summer of 2010, I began my engineering career at the University of Florida. I majored in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Biomechanics. I graduated Cum Laude (with honors) in August 2015, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. Immediately after graduating... [more]
I have been a programmer for almost 9 years now. I learned during my bachelors of science in mechanical engineering and my master of science in biomedical engineering, I have several signal processing papers in the field of computational neuroscience currently in publication. I also conduct software automation and data analysis for a market leading RF engineering company via C#.
I was well trained with MATLAB while earning my Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and during my Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering. I also worked for several years as a signal processor using MATLAB.
I have qualified to teach this subject because I have a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Florida, I graduated Cum Laude (with honors, GPA of 3.44). I also have a Master of Science in Engineering. I have tutored many of my peers in engineering classes.
I have developed many commercial and industrial C# applications in .NET as well as embedded design using .NET MICROFRAMEWORK. My accomplishments using C# range from developing experimental user interfaces to automation of antenna production and testing. C# was my foundation while working as a lead software engineer at the University of Florida as well as during my microwave engineering career.
I used SolidWorks extensively while earning my Bachelor's of Science in Mechanical Engineering. I have a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Florida, I graduated Cum Laude (with honors, GPA of 3.44). I also have a Master of Science in Engineering.