I've taught Statics, C++ and Fortran, Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer at various universities. Can help in computer modeling, programming, general engineering courses, math and physics. I am also a Professional Engineer. I've done tutoring when I was a graduate student myself and understand that the class time is not enough to grasp the contents of the classes. I have a Bachelors, Masters and PhD in Engineering. Tutoring works only if the student shows some effort first to understand ... [more]
I've learned C and C++ during my Master's degree. I have taught an undergraduate class in C++ at Florida International University.
I've learned Fortran77 in 1997 when I started college. I used it to program engineering codes for my senior project. Then during MS I used a computational fluid dynamics code written in Fortran and learned about high performance Fortran. I also wrote my own PhD thesis code in Fortran 90.
I learned Linux in 2003 during my Master's study. Linux was the primary operating system in our labs at the Informatics Institute. I learned how to navigate using the command line, do some basic scripting in bash. I've done some basic server management during my PhD for the university computer cluster.
I have been using Matlab for more than 10 years. I mostly have used it to analyze large sets of structured data. I've made plots using the data and made calculations. I have also experience with the Image Processing Toolbox which I used to study high speed images of particles in a fluidized bed. I calculated the instantaneous solid volume fraction using Matlab's intrinsic functions.
I've written computational fluid dynamics codes in order to solve for the fluid flow and heat transfer in rarefied gas dynamics of microchannel flows, rising gas bubbles in fluid tanks etc. I analyze and design fluid-film bearings using ANSYS Mechanical and Fluent computer programs.