I am a Ph.D. student in electrical engineering with a concentration in analog IC design at Texas A&M University. I have obtained my Engineer in Training certification in November 2017 and am hoping to obtain my Professional Engineer license. I have an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering (Cum Laude) from the Honors College at the University of Houston. I was a TA for two semesters, and I enjoyed engaging with students and helping them out of obstacles. I've given crash courses to co... [more]
I am a Ph.D. student in electrical engineering who lives and breathes math, including algebra 1.
I am a Ph.D. student in electrical engineering who lives and breathes math and physics, including Algebra 2.
I am a Ph.D. student in electrical engineering who lives and breathes math, including Calculus.
I am a Ph.D. student in electrical engineering who lives and breathes math, including Prealgebra.
I took Music Theory throughout high school, I've been a violinist since the 5th grade and a pianist since the 7th grade, and I've taken at least one class in music since elementary school.
I played the violin religiously for eight years, and I won the National School Orchestra Award my senior year of high school. I've scored first-division solo ratings for every Solo and Ensemble competition I've been to, and I've qualified for State Solo and Ensemble every year of high school. I was the violin section leader throughout high school. I still play the violin as a hobby today.
I've taken many classes in discrete math and applications thereof such as digital logic. I was a TA for a digital logic class, and I've given crash courses to students in these classes.
For my Senior Design project, I designed and fabricated the motor shells for the swarmbots using Autodesk Fusion 360, Autodesk Inventor, and AutoCAD.
Throughout engineering school, I've used MATLAB. I was also a TA for a MATLAB course.
I have a (Cum Laude) degree in electrical engineering with University Honors. I was a TA for two semesters, and I've had an internship in hardware design. I've tutored and given crash courses to colleagues throughout engineering school.
During my internship in hardware design, I became adept at Python programming; I used it to program my Beaglebone Black Revision C. I've also redone my labs from school in Python for fun and for extra practice.