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Dr. Keivan is a McGill University graduate with the following degrees: Master of Mechanical Engineering (McGill) Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (McGill) Doctor of Medicine M.D (Iran) Dr. Keivan has more than 15 years’ experience in teaching many MATH, ENGR, and MECH courses for University students. He has been teaching assistant for many courses at Concordia University and McGill University in Montreal, with excellent course evaluation by students. The most featured courses are undergraduate and graduate mechanical engineering courses, and probability and statistics. Both in person and online classes are offered. For more information, you can contact Dr. Keivan at (514)4762075 Concordia Courses: COMM 215: Business Statistics COMP 233: Probability & Statistics ECON 325: Mathematics for Economists I ECON 326: Mathematics for Economists II ELEC 275: Principles of Electrical Engineering ENGR 213: Applied Ordinary Differential Equations ENGR 233: Applied Advanced Calculus ENGR 242: Statics ENGR 243: Dynamics ENGR 244: Mechanics of Material ENGR 251: Thermodynamics I ENGR 264: Signals and Systems I ENGR 273: Basic Circuit Analysis ENGR 301: Management Principals and Economics ENGR 311: Calculus and Partial Differential Equations ENGR 351: Thermodynamics II ENGR 361: Fluid Mechanics I ENGR 371: Probability and Statistics ENGR 391: Numerical Methods INDU 371: Random Processes INTE 296: Discover Statistics MATH 201: Elementary Functions MATH 202: College Algebra MATH 203: Differential and Integral Calculus I MATH 204: Vectors and Matrices MATH 205: Differential and Integral Calculus II MATH 206: Algebra and Functions MATH 208: Fundamental Mathematics I MATH 209: Fundamental Mathematics II MATH 251: Linear Algebra I MATH 252: Linear Algebra II MATH 264: Advanced Calculus I MATH 265: Advanced Calculus II MECH 211: Mechanical Engineering Drawing MECH 215: Programming for Mechanical and Industrial MECH 221: Material Science MECH 313: Machine Drawing and Design MECH 361: Fluid Mechanics II MECH 368: Electronics for Mechanical Engineers MECH 370: Modeling and Analysis of Dynamic Systems MECH 371: Fundamentals of Control Systems MECH 375: Mechanical Vibrations MECH 6121: Aerodynamics PHYS 204: Mechanics PHYS 205: Electricity and Magnetism PHYS 206: Waves and Optics PSYC 315: Statistical Analysis I PSYC 316: Statistical Analysis II SOCI 212: Statistics I SOCI 213: Statistics II STAT 249: Probability I STAT 250: Statistics STAT 360: Linear Models McGill Courses: CIVE 205: Statics CIVE 206: Dynamics CIVE 207: Solid Mechanics CIVE 290: Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer CIVE 302: Probabilistic Systems CIVE 320: Numerical Methods CIVE 327: Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics ECON 208: Microeconomics Analysis and Applications ECON 227: Economic Statistics MATH 112: Fundamentals of Mathematics MATH 122: Calculus for Management MATH 123: Linear Algebra and Probability MATH 133: Linear Algebra and Geometry MATH 139: Calculus I with Pre-calculus MATH 140: Calculus I MATH 141: Calculus II MATH 150: Calculus A MATH 203: Principles of Statistics I MATH 204: Principles of Statistics II MATH 222: Calculus III MATH 223: Linear Algebra MATH 262: Intermediate Calculus MATH 263: Ordinary Differential Equations for Engineers MATH 270: Applied Linear Algebra MATH 271: Linear Algebra and Partial Differential Equations MATH 315: Ordinary Differential Equations MATH 316: Complex Variables MATH 323: Probability MATH 324: Statistics MATH 329: Theory of Interest MECH 210 Mechanics I MECH 220 Mechanics II MECH 240 Thermodynamics I MECH 289 Design Graphics MECH 290: Design Graphic for Mechanical Engineers MECH 309: Numerical Methods in Mechanical Engineering MECH 314: Dynamics of Mechanisms MECH 315: Mechanics III MECH 361: Fluid Mechanics I MECH 341: Thermodynamics II MECH 346: Heat Transfer MECH 383: Applied Electronics and Instrumentation MECH 393: Machine Element Design MECH 412: System Dynamics and Control MECH 419: Advanced Mechanics of Systems MECH 430: Fluid Mechanics II MECH 513: Control Systems MECH 533: Subsonic Aerodynamics MECH 542: Spacecraft Dynamics MECH 562: Advanced Fluid Mechanics MECH 605: Applied Math I MECH 642: Advanced Dynamics MGCR 271: Business Statistics MGSC 372: Advanced Business Statistics PHYS 101: Introductory Physics – Mechanics PHYS 102: Introductory Physics – Electromagnetism PHYS 131: Mechanics and Waves PHYS 142: Electromagnetism and Optics PSYC 204: Introduction to Psychological Statistics PSYC 305: Statistics for Experimental Design
Statistics · Math · Mechanical engineering
Trusted teacher: I have a PhD in Mechanical Engineering and currently I work as a post-doc researcher in aerospace Engineering faculty of TU Delft. I have ample experience in teaching all the courses related to Engineering such as mathematics (algebra, probability, calculus, differential equations, and advanced engineering mathematics), Mechanical engineering courses (Statics, Dynamics, Mechanics of materials, Mechanical design, control, vibration, Fluid mechanics, Thermodynamics, Heat transfer, Engineering drawing, etc), Physics (mechanics, electricity, light, waves, etc), CAD/CAM software (Autocad, Solidworks), and Mechanical design packages (ANSYS, ABAQUS, MATLAB, LS-DYNA). Not all the teachers are good at teaching Engineering and Mathematics courses and informing the students about the importance of what they are learning. That is why mathematical based engineering courses (such as Statics or Strength of Materials) are mostly boring for the students. The other problem that many students have with courses with strong mathematical background is that their mathematical basis is weak and therefore they cannot follow the course. I usually try to start my course from the basics and therefore actively engage as many students as possible in the class (even the weak ones). I also usually try to inform the students about the importance of what they are learning in the class by giving them some examples. This makes them more inspired and interested into what they are learning. If you have extra questions before starting a class, don't hesitate to ask me :)
Math · Mechanical engineering · Physics
Trusted teacher: Training: Engineering degree in Mechanical Engineering | INSA Lyon September 2019- January 2023 ➢ Design, analysis of mechanical systems and sizing of machine elements ➢ Manufacturing processes and shaping for the design ➢ Dynamics of Mechanical Systems ➢ Mechanics of deformable solids ➢ Fluid mechanics ➢ Science and Engineering of Structural Materials ➢ Mathematics and Finite Element Method Bachelor of Science for Engineers | University of Aix Marseille September 2017- June 2019 ➢ Mechanical Engineering Stream ➢ Very Good Mention, Major de Promo Master Degree in Engineering | FIGURE Network September 2017- June 2019 ➢ Business management ➢ Management ➢ Economy Computer and Internet Certificate | University of Aix Marseille September 2017- June 2018 SCIENTIFIC Baccalaureate Diploma July 2017 ➢ Mention Good Experiences: Project Manager Engineer in accidentology | Renault-Nissan Mitsubishi Alliance Since February 2021 ➢ Use a test database (subsystem and with complete vehicle) in order to improve and standardize the specifications between Renault and Nissan ➢ Define and capitalize the transfer functions between subsystem tests (test catapult "on seat) and vehicle synthesis tests (ie crash test on car) Active Member | PromoGM Association Since September 2019 ➢ Presentation of the department in different universities Employee | Google USA October 2018 ➢ Reader and assistant for the GOOGLE CLOUD test in English Languages: ➢ French: Bilingual ➢ Arabic: Bilingual ➢ English: Fluent (B2) ➢ German: Beginner (A2) Skills: Mechanical : AutoCad: 2D drawing, design mechanics, technical drawings SolidWorks, Catia, NX, Adams: CAD Rdrm6: bending, torsion…. Use of: 3D printer, Micro-milling machine, Micro-lathe, Parallel lathe, Universal milling machine Electronics: Mplab: integrated development Isis, KiCad: draw circuits, print them and do their simulation. Micropascal: programmable controller and control of automatons. Computer science : Microsoft office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint ...) MATLAB: Programming environment. Programming languages: Pascal, Arduino, C Photoshop: image processing
Mechanical engineering · Math · Physics
Trusted teacher: A master’s graduate with First Class Honours in Advanced Mechanical Engineering from University of Leicester. Since, I completed my course in September 2019. I have worked as a Teaching Assistant in the department of engineering. I was trained and certified to teach in higher education from Leicester Learning Institute. I have assisted in demonstrating mechanical oriented first year labs concerning flow measurements in pipes, and electrical oriented labs based on circuit design and analysis using PSpice. Also, assisted in second year labs helping students to learn about material selection in electromechanical devices using CES Edupack software, as well as different engineering materials micro structural properties and processing. Furthermore, I have helped in for fourth year module involving conceptual design process for turbofan engines with improvements in aero engine design configurations. Overall, my aspects of teaching involved concepts related to designing, modelling, real life applications, mathematical calculations, physical and chemical sciences. As a tutor, I would like to give my best abilities to improvise any individuals knowledge and make sure that they succeed in each & every aspects. At the same time, my commitment to teach with supporting and delivering the learning materials with at most reliability will always be my utmost priority. I will give what it takes to make an individual completely transformed into a knowledgeable individual. I believe one becomes intelligent by not just learning the concepts, but making the best use of it by applying in the real world.
Electrical engineering · Industrial engineering · Mechanical engineering
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