Mathematicians (like other abstract sciences) usually teach their subjects as if they were originally created in a abstract sense and in order to learn the material it has to be taught in a abstract sense. I believe only with concrete examples can the material truly be learnt.
I am a current robotics Ph.D graduate student at the University of California - Santa Cruz working on designing mathematical models for the control of stochastic processes in multi-agent robotic applications. I have knowledge in (single and multivariate) calculus, statistics, linear algebra, differential equations, algebra and trigonometry.
2016 to current: Pursuing a Ph.D., Computer Engineering, The University of California,
Santa Cruz. Emphasis in Robotics & Control.
2012-2016: B.S., Computer Engineering, The University of California, Santa Cruz. Emphasis in Robotics &
Control. Minor, Applied Mathematics.
2014 to current: Researcher in Stochastic Control at Robotics and Control Lab at The University of
California, Santa Cruz.
I was/am a tutor and teaching assistant for various programming, data structures, algorithms classes.
I was/am a tutor and teaching assistant for Probability and Statistics for Engineers class, Applied Discrete Mathematics class.
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