I believe the traditional textbook and equation memorization style of learning is outdated and doesn't promote learning. Relating subjects to real world applications allows me to fully grasp the concept at hand. For physics in particular, I believe students develop a liking for the subject if they are able to see the concepts that they are learning be put to use in the real world. Creating an interactive and enjoyable platform for my students to learn will be my primary goal.
I am currently a masters student in mechanical engineering. I've taught over 40 college students throughout my time in undergrad, primarily in math and physics related subjects. Although I have no professional experience tutoring, I'm confident in my understanding of high school and college level mathematics and physics, and I know I will be able to translate my passion for learning into teaching.
My prices are primarily geared towards students taking high school and college levels of coursework. However, I am willing to negotiate prices for students in elementary and middle school.
University of California, Irvine (M.E.) Expected to Graduate Fall 2021
- Master of Engineering w/ Mechanical & Aerospace Focus
University of California, San Diego (B.S.) Graduated in 2020
- Mathematics/Applied Science Major
- Mechanical Engineering Minor
- Competed in the University Rover Challenge as a member of the drive-train sub-team and designed a rover that placed with a top 20 out of 93 finish within the second year of YD’s conception
- Managed the organizations very first manufacturing team, resulting in 21% overall saved expenses and completion of rover one month ahead of schedule
- Co-lead the iterative design, prototyping, and testing of the rover’s drive train using SolidWorks and MATLAB
- Displayed proficiency with mills, lathes, and routers to machine various metals, plastics, and composites
Rocket Propulsion Laboratory
- Analyzed FEA simulations of nose cone, engine assembly, and rocket fins for “Marginal Stability” using SolidWorks Flow Simulation and ANSYS
- Redesigned the avionics bay and reduced its overall weight by over 50 percent, playing a key role in reaching desired weight quotas for the completed rocket
- Coordinated the CAD assembly of Marginal Stability between sub-teams, facilitating communication and easing development of rocket components
- Reconstructed engines from retired WWII era aircraft, such as B-25 bomber “Mitchell” and Northrop C-125 Raider
- Coordinated and planned the schedules of mechanics within the facility to maximize productivity, accelerating the product cycle by two weeks
- Formed and shaped plexiglass canopies intended for use in various private aircraft, including those that would be performing in the San Diego Air Show
UCSD Swim & Dive Team
- Guided fellow swimmers to a record-setting team-wide GPA in the 2019-2020 season as a co-lead for the first Academic Study Tables
- Committed full-time as a leader of the NCAA starting roster, devoting over 20 hours a week to the team, and achieving All-American status every year at UCSD
- Demonstrated athletic excellence with top place finishes at international competitions such as the U.S. Open and the Speedo Grand Challenge
• Aerodynamics • Fluid Mechanics • Thermodynamics
• MATLAB/Comp. Methods
• Leadership • SOLIDWORKS
• CNC Programming
• Communication • Python
• Microsoft Office
• 3D Printing/Cura
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