Master's degree in electronics, minor physics. I grew up in the Czech Republic, lived in different east European countries.
My education covers the subjects I liked the most: Mathematics, physics, electronics, and electricity.
I went for the PhD in physics, but circumstances made me quit after 3 years, get married and go to practical life.
Made my way from communism to the west, worked in the US in engineering design.
Have been teaching math, physics, and engineering subjects for over 15 years, at universities overseas and in different states in the US.
Math is not a really hard subject, if we can take it easy and relate it to our everyday life. It is fun.
Once you start to understand the basics of math, it won't be hard to grasp technical subjects, which in turn must be demonstrated in a fashion that is related to our everyday life.
For those who have to take math, but still hate it, they can learn what they need in a relaxing way.
My global experience has led me to very simplified methods.
$ 25 per hour
for frequent hours, I would start discounting.
for 10 hours, $180
for 20 hours, $300
for classes in my place, 10% discount from all the above.
September 2011-September 2016: Adjunct Professor, ITT Tech, Newburgh, IN teaching classes in power systems, alternative energy, solid state, analog circuits, integrated circuits, digital modulation, communication systems, and fiber optics, physics, and mathematics (all disciplines up to calculus III).
August 2010-August 2013: Adjunct professor, Ivy Tech, Evansville, IN Teaching classes in electrical circuit analysis, alternative energy, physics, physical science, and math.
2004-2009: Head instructor, New Horizons institute, Damascus, Syria Planned, managed, and Instructed courses in circuit theory, solid state, power systems, communication systems, physics and math.
1994-2003: Professor, Vlatava institute, Prague, Czech Republic Taught circuit theory, op-amps, solid state, power systems, communication systems, physics, fundamentals of digital systems, and mathematics.
Additional relevant work experience
1981-1984: Engineering specialist, Los Angeles county. Worked on the 911 system for the police, paramedic, and fire departments. Worked on directing frequency traffic for the FCC.
1978- 1981: Project Engineer at NCS (Navigation Communication Systems) Canoga Park, California. Supervised 3 engineers and 8 technicians working on the design of different circuits for satellite navigation systems, which is the early generation of today's GPS.
1971-1977: Self employed contractor. Supervising a crew for Installing poles, transformers, and extending overhead and underground high voltage and low voltage cables.
MSEE ,1970 Technical University of Prague, Czech Republic
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