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Lessons offered by Michael

- Individual

The lessons will be held

- at his home
- at your home

Taught subjects

- Mathematics
- Physics
- Arithmetic
- Other sciences
- Precalculus & Calculus
- Calculus

Levels

- All Levels

My teaching primarily is focused on students describing their current impression on the course they are seeking help with. What areas they are finding difficult and what help they are looking for from a tutor. My lessons will primarily be focused on directly teaching if the student feels behind or lost in a subject, or help with homework and/or test preparation, where I'll observe and guide the student assisting and correcting when needed.

I am a Postdoctoral researcher at UC Davis. I graduated from Colorado School of Mines with a PhD in Applied Physics with an undergraduate GPA of 3.66 and a graduate GPA of 3.75. I have previously worked as a teachers assistant in classes ranging from freshman physics to graduate level physics.

Rate for a 1-hour lesson. : $25/h

If cancellation occurs at least 6 hours before a tutoring session, I won't request payment. If cancellation occurs within 6 hours of a tutoring session I may ask for payment for the session depending on reason for cancelation.

Lessons offered by Michael

Individual

The lessons will be held

at his home

at your home

Taught subjects

- Mathematics
- Physics
- Arithmetic
- Other sciences
- Precalculus & Calculus
- Calculus

Levels

- All Levels

EDUCATION

Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO Graduation Date

BS, Cum Laude, Engineering Physics. GPA 3.66/4 May 2012

MS Applied Physics. GPA 3.67/4 May 2014

PhD Applied Physics. GPA 3.75/4 May 2017

COMPUTER PROGRAM EXPERIENCE

• Programming

o Experience in C++, Fortran and Python programming languages

• Physics Related Programs

o Mathematica

UNIVERSITY TEACHER EXPERIENCE

• Physics 2 - Electromagnetism and Optics (PHGN200); Summer 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016. Teaching Assistant of the sophomore level class on introductory physics focusing of electromagnetism and optics. The primary responsibilities including assisting student in laboratory work, grading of laboratory work and homework, and scheduling office hours to assist students in the class.

• Introduction to Mathematical Physics (PHGN311); Summer 2015. Teaching Assistant of the junior level class on mathematical techniques in physics, the primary responsibilities including the creating of solution sets for assigned homework, grading of homework, and scheduling office hours to assist students in the class.

• Semiconductor Circuits - Digital (PHGN 317); Fall 2011. Teaching Assistant of the junior level class on digital circuits, the primary responsibilities including assisting students through the laboratory work of the class as well as grading the laboratory reports.

• Modern Physics 2: Basics of Quantum Mechanics (PHGN 320); Spring 2012. Teaching Assistant of the junior level class on basic quantum field theory, the primary responsibility focusing on the grading of homework.

• Advanced Physics Lab II (PHGN326), Spring 2013; Spring 2015. Teaching Assistant of the junior level class on advance laboratory methods focusing on experimental works involving radiation, the primary responsibilities focusing on assisting students with laboratory work, and lab safety.

• Field Session Techniques in Physics (PHGN384); Summer 2015, Summer 2016. Teaching Assistant of the junior level class on design and fabrication of engineering physics apparatus. Was assigned to the vacuum technology section of the course and was responsible for instructing students on vacuum technology and applications, supervising vacuum based lab experiments, and evaluating student laboratory notebook keeping.

• Solid State Physics (PHGN440); Fall 2012. Teaching Assistant of the senior level class on solid state physics, the primary responsibilities including the creating of solution sets for assigned homework, grading of homework, and scheduling office hours to assist students in the class.

• Quantum Mechanics 2 (PHGN521); Fall 2013, Fall 2014. Teaching Assistant of the graduate level class on quantum mechanics focusing on scattering theory, the primary responsibilities included grading of homework, and scheduling office hours to assist students in the class.

• Statistical Mechanics (PHGN530); Fall 2014. Teaching Assistant of the graduate level class on statistical mechanics and thermodynamics, the primary responsibilities included grading of homework, and scheduling office hours to assist students in the class.

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