I work with students online. I will offer classes online, where students can connect from different locations, and they may share the burden of my default rate.
subjects offered :
Physics: College physics, computational statistical mechanics, university physics (w/ calculus), physical science, IB physics, and other, more advanced physics courses by request.
Mathematics: algebra 1 and 2, geometry, trigonometry, statistics (intro), probability, time series, signal processing for time series, Heart Rate Variability (HRV research), pre-algebra, pre-calculus, college algebra, calculus, AP calculus, calculus 3, differential equations, and certain other more advanced math classes by request.
Computer Science: Java, JavaFX, C (applications - not systems programming), C++, C# (beginner), python (beginner), FORTRAN (77, 90, 95, higher by request), MATLAB or Octave (1st semester engineering), data structures (C, Java, C++), Linux Systems administration, Unix (vi, vim, regular expressions, shell scripting (bash, csh, sh)). (I have done C++ GTK and C++ MFC professionally). (Coming soon: Ruby, C# windows forms).
General: German, MS Word, MS PowerPoint, and MS excel. I am also open to helping with research projects, theses, or dissertations in any field (especially HRV) requiring math, statistics, physics, programming, and certain areas of engineering, if there is a good fit.
Students of all ages are welcome. I have had C programming students as young as 10 and 14, and 8th grade and a HS java students. Now, I have a 10th grader learning JavaFX and C# with windows forms, and another HS Java student earlier. I have tutored math, physical science, and astronomy for a student in 7th grade. I have taught a 7th grader physics with Hewitt's Conceptual Physics (slowly). Recently I have had students in research, students working on their Ph.D. dissertation, students working on their MS thesis, and students working on their MS or MBA, as well as elementary students, HS students, and undergraduates in CS (many) or engineering.
I have a B.S. in Mathematics (SIUE), all but thesis graduate work toward an M.S. in physics (SIUE), an M.A. in Physics (Wash U STL), and a Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics (Wash U STL). I have a postdoctoral fellowship in Theoretical Physics in Germany (Universitaet Tuebingen, Institut fuer Theoretische Physik) in my background. I am two classes away from completing an M.Ed. in Secondary Education/Mathematics (UMSL), but it is now too late
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