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...For my PhD research, I used MATLAB nearly every day for hours on end. It is hard to pick up a scientific programming language, especially if you have not had any previous computer programming experience. MATLAB was the first programming language I learned, and it was mainly through trial and error.

...I teach linear systems courses for circuits and systems. Calculus and Laplace transforms are used to simplify complex circuits to root solvers to determine the transfer functions of these circuits. Logic gate ircuits arr used to builda hierarchy to finite state machines and floating point and integer arithmetic logic units (ALU) which are the core of microprocessors.

...Please don't hesitate to contact me if needs help in these subjects. Education PhD, Applied physics, 2013 MS, Theoretical Physics, 2008 MS, Physics & Material Science, 2003 BS, Physics, Math 2001 Some of the student comments: -I have taken phys 4A with him. Com...

...I have taught reading and composition courses at UC Berkeley, as well as tutored high school students with reading comprehension issues. I am an editor for scholars who are non-native English speakers and so am familiar with the common mistakes and challenges that people are faced with when tryi...

I have been an in class tutor of mathematics at The Monterey Academy of Ocean Science at Monterey High School for 3 years, and Carmel Valley High School for 9 years. I am very familiar with the CST for Algebra and the CAHSEE. I have also successfully helped students improve their SAT Math scores.

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