I have the experience, knowledge, passion and tools to help students master Physics, Mathematics, Statistics, and its applications (to Engineering, and Business). I can help you with A-level Physics, IB Physics and AP Physics. I hold a Ph.D. in Physics from University of Missouri. I have been teaching and tutoring students for the last 15 years. I have been an Assistant Professor of Physics at a major university. I have conducted more than 5000 hours of online tutoring over various platforms.
Shaine's last completed MATLAB job with Ismahane: Occasional - Struggling with MATLAB scripts and m files for my coursework. Would like someone to help me with it and go through the questions with.
Shaine's last review in MATLAB from Ismahane: Let me know if this time will work. Otherwise, please suggest a suitable time. Great lesson
3+ Years of private tutoring focusing on Matlab and engineering sciences
Tutoring across all years of the Imperial College Undergraduate Mechanical Engineering:
ME2 Thermodynamics - Engine test lab demonstration and coursework marking.
ME3 Thermodynamics and Energy - Tutorials.
ME4 Vehicle Propulsion Technology - Assist in coursework preparation, marking and the supporting tutorials.
Jonathan's last completed MATLAB job with Hagen: Occasional - I am currently working through some work in MATLAB and wish for some assistance in doing so. the topics involved include creating a binary image in a loop and creating a colour image with colour gradients
During 2018, Marco has been academic lecturer at the University of Pavia, Italy, teaching the course Quantitative Finance with R, which is a special section of the MSc in Finance course Quantitative Finance. Moreover, during the previous academic year, he was tutor and teaching assistant for the course Econometrics (3rd year BSc in Economics) at the University of Genova, Italy.
Marco has also a relevant tutor experience. He taught both in person and online to a variety of student at BSc and MSc level. He is specialised in quantitative subjects such as Econometrics and programming.
Holding a BSc and two MSc, Marco definitely gained expertise in structuring dissertations in Statistics, Econometrics and Financial Econometrics (subjects of his three dissertations). In addition, doing research on a daily basis for his PhD strengthened his taste for original works and for literature review building.
Marco's last completed
MATLAB job with Raja Awais:
Intensive - I am looking for someone who can give me skype sessions for a problem I want to code either in python or in Matlab
I’ve been working in universities and colleges for 15 years and have over 2 years experience of private teaching (1000+ hours). I’m an expert in linear algebra and elements of probability theory and have a range of experience teaching optimisation theory (including game theory), advanced calculus and complex analysis. I’ve delivered private lectures to A-level, IB maths students and undergraduates from prestigious UK universities. I teach students to learn the crucial concepts of maths more easily through concrete, clear examples. During my tutoring sessions I always reveal connections between different areas of mathematics, which appear highly non-obvious at first. This helps my students to obtain a deeper understanding of the curriculum. I always tailor sessions to the needs and requirements of my students and the main focus is on the practical application of the theorems.
Zoltan's last completed MATLAB job with Phil: Occasional - I have a Matlab assignment I am having trouble with. I need to optimize a problem which has many constraints and variables. Ideally, I want my code to be as simple as possible and run loops to optimize it
I have successfully taught all subjects I am offering up to and including A Level. Experienced with AQA, OCR, Edexcel, and Eduqas. As a senior leader I have coached and mentored new and experienced teachers giving me a deep understanding of teaching methodologies. Skilled in differentiating learning, my student-centred approach ensures all students make progress. I am dedicated to developing the passion for lifelong learning in others.
Fundamentally it is my depth of understanding that sets me apart from other tutors. I love statistics and econometrics, and have studied them for my own purposes for over a decade.
I also have a wealth of tuition experience, having been teaching privately full time for the last 5 years, and exclusively online for the last two. I pioneered the use of a graphics tablet in online classes, and worked with the founder of bitpaper on its design.
Finally I pride myself on the connections I form with my students, with many of them having become good friends over the years.
What you can expect from tutorials with me:
Concise, clear explanations: You will end each tutorial confident in your understanding of the topic. You will be able to answer related exam questions, apply concepts in coursework assignments and see how different topics fit in the greater picture.
A tailored program: Whether you want to spend time revising a particular topic, practicing exam questions or discussing a particular topic more in depth, tutorials will be designed to suit your needs.
An hands on approach: At the end of each tutorial, I will send you further material to practice and revise the material covered. Ahead of the following tutorial, I will then correct your work and provide useful feedback. This can take the form of written questions, past papers, programming assignments, etc.
I am looking forward to hearing from you!
- Have been working as a tutor for more than three years now, focusing on highschool and university maths, coding mostly in Python, as well as test prep
- Former year 10-12 mathematics teacher at Hangzhou Dongfang Highschool, China (Queensland curriculum of Australia)
The main idea of tutoring is to bridge the gap between the student and knowledge and to make it easier for him/her. For each student, the tutor should have a way that suitable his/her level.
Mahmoud's last completed
MATLAB job with Philip:
Over 2 hrs/week - Hi Mahmoud,
I am a final year Electronic/Electrical engineer currently trying to build a validated and verifiable model of a train in MATLAB/Simulink. Unfortunately, I have missed a lot of the semester due to an ongoing illness and as such I am behind.
The model currently consists of the DC motor, drive shafts and gearbox, wheel model (very basic based on F=Tw*Ro) and vehicle speed (F=MA) in Simulink with some MATLAB code behind.
I’m hoping for some consultancy/tutoring help regarding the modelling of the DC motor, wheel rail interaction and the creep/slip conditions sensibly and accurately. Particularly I’m struggling with resolving the mechanical formulas I’ve discovered. I specifically need help with modelling a sensible wheel rail interaction based on Hertzian contact patch, Kalker Linear Theory, and Polachs paper (chapter 2, included, http://www.sze.hu/~szenasy/VILLVONT/polachslipvizsg.pdf). It needs to show that as adhesion drops, wheel speed will increase whereas vehicle speed will not track exactly as the wheel spins and the DC motors rpm, torque etc need to track similarly with the real-world motors.
I’ve attached a couple of examples of my current approach and layout and some basic calculations as well as some code I was given by my tutor as an indication of what I need to do.
my objectives are:
- to produce a realistic model containing the train (rolling stock) DC motor model, drive shafts and gear ratio model, wheel model, and the contact patch model, resulting in a basic F=MA train model
- Design a controller that could then be used to code (for Arduino) a wheel slip protection system
I should be able to provide graphs to show:
- The step response of the slip dynamic (time vs amplitude of slip) for several adhesion conditions (Mu values of coeff being what changes)
- DC motor outputs current against torque, voltage against torque, motor rpm against wheel rpm (to verify/validate dc model against actual train parameters)
- Graph to show trains acceleration/speed, against wheel speed, and how varying adhesion alters rate of acceleration
I worked as a teaching assistant, marker, and lab instructor at the University of Alberta, Canada. I taught power electronics and variable speed drives, where I helped students to understand and apply courses theoretical material in lab sessions using typical industrial equipment (PLX15 DC Drive, PowerFlex 70 AC Drive, Allen-Bradley Induction Machine, and Power quality analyzer).
Additionally, I taught several power system courses (Electrical Measurements, Energy Conversion Systems, Induction Machines, Modern Control, Transmission and Distribution of Electrical Energy, Power System Analysis and Power Electronics) at Ain Shams University and Arab Academy for Science and Technology and Maritime Transport, Egypt.
I also prepared theoretical material and co-supervision of Power Electronics, Electrical Machines, Power Systems, Protection, High Voltage, Automation (ABB PLCs and ABB VSDs), and Electrical Measurements labs.
Ahmed's last completed MATLAB job with India: Occasional - I am looking for assistance with an assignment that involves coding CFD principals on MATLAB. I have a few questions but understand the majority.
Ahmed's last review in MATLAB from Chantal: Free Online Meeting Ahmed was very helpful and clear on outlining expectations for future classes. Thanks