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Trusted teacher: I hold a PhD in Mechanical Engineering and currently work as a post-doctoral researcher in the Aerospace Engineering Faculty at TU Delft (Delft University of Technology). My extensive teaching experience covers a wide range of engineering courses, including: - Mathematics: algebra, linear algebra, probability, calculus, differential equations, intellectual math, and advanced engineering mathematics. - Mechanical Engineering: Statics, Dynamics, Mechanics of materials, Mechanical design, control, vibration, Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Heat transfer, Engineering drawing, Applied Mechanics, Composite Structures, Flight, Machine Elements, Manufacturing, 3D printing, and more. - Physics: mechanics, momentum and energy, electricity, charge and current, electric and magnetic fields, waves, particle physics, nuclear decay, astrophysics, cosmology, oscillations, etc. - CAD/CAM Software: Autocad, Solidworks. - Mechanical Design Packages: ANSYS, APDL programming, ABAQUS, MATLAB, Symbolic MATLAB, LS-DYNA. My research and teaching interests are diverse, including: • Additive manufacturing • Mechanical metamaterials • Acoustical metamaterials • Electromagnetic metamaterials • Aeroacoustics • Soft matter and soft robotics • Fatigue and fracture mechanics • Experimental mechanics • Multiscale numerical modelling • Biomaterials • Porous materials • Manufacturing of medical devices and implants • Deep learning • Image processing • Topology optimization • Origami and Kirigami structures • Self-folding and self-assembly structures • Tissue engineering • Permeability in porous materials • Fluid-Solid Interaction I understand that not all teachers excel in teaching Engineering and Mathematics courses and explaining their importance to students. Courses with strong mathematical backgrounds may become boring for students who lack a solid mathematical basis. To address this, I take a student-centered approach, starting from the basics to actively engage all students, including those with weaker mathematical backgrounds. I also provide practical examples to demonstrate the real-world significance of what they are learning, inspiring and fostering their interest in the subject matter. If you have any additional questions before starting a class, please feel free to ask me. I am here to assist! :)
Math · Mechanical engineering · Physics
Hi, having trouble preparing for a colloquium or exam in economics? Don't worry, I'm here to help you! You're in luck because you've come across a real passionate math and economics tutor. My name is Dariusz Markovski and I have been tutoring economics and math for 3 years. For those who are not familiar with the subject, I use an approach that is based on what I call 'common sense'. I have approached many of the humanists who have had classes with me by using simple language and real-world examples to explain complex economic concepts. For example, instead of using mathematical formulas, I start with an analogy from everyday life, so when explaining the law of demand, the following rule of thumb can be used: "the more expensive something is, the less we are able to buy it". In economics, mathematics is essential to understand and solve complex problems, so I offer my students a solid mathematical knowledge that will enable them to better understand economics and deal with tasks more effectively. I have been tutoring students in science for over 3 years, with a focus on microeconomics, macroeconomics and mathematics. During the lessons, we additionally build the foundations and strengthen the knowledge of mathematics (derivatives of one variable, derivatives of two variables, linear function, quadratic function, graphical elaboration of tasks). It is possible to work together at all stages of learning. **The knowledge you gain will not only help you pass quizzes but also during exams. So, you pay for exercises, but you receive additional knowledge for the exam, which means you gain twice as much by paying once. Topics covered in the lessons: Microeconomics: - Theory of supply and demand. - Elasticity of supply and demand. - Fundamentals of consumer economic decisions (consumer). - Consumer demand. - Fundamentals of producer economic decisions (producer). - Production costs. - Perfect competition. - Pure monopoly. - Monopolistic competition. - Oligopoly. Macroeconomics: - National income accounting. - Determinants of national income. - Economic growth. - Government budget and fiscal policy. - Money and monetary policy. - Government's budget and fiscal policy. - Unemployment. - Inflation. - International trade and trade policy. - Classical model. - Keynesian model. - IS-LM model. - AS-AD model. A few words about me: BSc in economics (Poznan University of Economics and Business) with the specialization of business strategies in the global economy. MSc in economics (Vienna University of Economics and Business). It's already 3 years as I have been tutoring students from math and economics. I was facing different students with different levels of knowledge, but the most prominent lesson that my students learned from me is that it's not important what amount of knowledge you actually possess, the most crucial thing is to just start learning by baby steps. All of my students were always contented after a few first lessons and finally, they've managed to pass the exams from economics and mathematics.
Economics for students · Math · Statistics
Trusted teacher: Hi! Welcome! I am a Master's student at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands. I offer private tutoring (for high school and/or university-level students) so you can understand the fundamental concept and excel in your studies. I have teaching experience of 3+ years in Physics and Mathematics to both high school and university-level students. This class aims to provide an overview of calculus and linear algebra and focuses on the fundamental mathematical tools and concepts such as limits, differentiation, and integration. Building on these basic concepts, we will review methods for solving problems related to optimization, linear differential equations, and matrix algebra. Outline of the course: 1. Calculus: 1.1 Limits of functions 1.2 Continuity, types of discontinuities, intermediate value theorem 1.3 Differentiation (or derivative), slope, secant, tangent 1.4 Rules and theorems for differentiation, power rule, product rule, chain rule 1.5 Derivatives of exp, log, and trigonometric functions 1.6 Implicit differentiation and derivative of inverse functions 1.7 Rolle's theorem, mean value theorem, critical point, maximum/minimum of a function 1.8 First and second derivative tests, inflection points 1.9 Anti-derivative, indefinite integral, integration by substitution, integration by parts 1.10 Definite integral and its application (area between curves, application in physics)\ 1.11 Optimization and linear differential equations 2. Linear Algebra: 2.1 Vectors and scalars in Euclidean space, vector arithmetic, scalar product, cross product 2.2 Equations for lines and planes, vector spaces, linear independence, span, basis, dimension 2.3 Linear transformations, coordinates, and representation of linear transformations by matrices 2.4 Matrix operations: matrix multiplication, transpose, determinant, inverse, and Hermitian conjugate 2.5 Systems of linear equations, Gaussian elimination 2.6 Eigenvalues and eigenvectors 2.7 Range, kernel, and rank-nullity theorem and many more... *Note that the sessions will be held online (via Skype/Zoom/Microsoft Teams).
Math · Calculus · High school entrance prep
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Math and physics lessons for middle and high school students (Casablanca)
So far, I've been getting help with my IGCSE 's in Math and Computer Science with Amin. In most of the lessons I've been with him, he's been really helpful and responsible. He has also been very patient. He helps me become more confident in my answers and makes the lessons pretty fun! After my lessons with him, I do understand my topics more and am able to go to my classes in school without feeling lost. If you're ever struggling with Physics or Programming, I'm sure he can help you too :)
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Low budget French courses (beginner - intermediate - advanced) - Online French lessons (La Marsa)
Ranim & Rayen
Rayen made an effort to contact me prior to the lesson to determine my level and inquire what I wished to focus on. She also called at the agreed upon time. These may seem like minor details, but not all teachers do these. She had appropriate level material ready to share and go over for the lesson. She made corrections as needed and readings were repeated as necessary. My only suggestion would be that she speak a bit more slowly. but this is a matter of individual taste.
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CCVX + James Boswell Entrance Exams Preparation (Physics) (Groningen)
I was preparing for CCVX and Boswell Beta physics exams and the lessons with Bibek helped a lot. They were very flexible, and suited for me, I received a lot of tips and the general atmosphere during the lessons was very good. I would definitely recommend Bibek to everyone looking for a person with great physics knowledge and also teaching skills, as he was able to explain everything in a way that I would definitely understand, by even giving some visual references.
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