For the tutoring sessions from 2011 until 2015, I did not teach courses. However, I would sit in the tutoring room waiting for students to stop by and ask me random questions in Math and Physics as they try to solve their homework or prepare for an exam or just to learn and improve their knowledge. I would tackle the problems and questions by utilizing an effective method. First, I would understand the problem and question on my own by just memorizing the laws and strategies or quickly skimming through academic resources. Then, I use a sharing method to have them show me what they can do or what they know to address their problem by me helping them and them participating. This way they get to participate to reach an organized correct logical answer.
Now for teaching the fluid mechanics courses at the university from August 2015 to May 2016, I use a course style technique where I would come prepared before every session. I prepare what to teach my students and how to deliver to them with the correct fluid mechanics common daily-life examples. This way they can relate and apply the course material outside the class and thus understand it better. In addition, I prepare questions to make them stay focused and be involved throughout the session, keeping the material interesting and challenging. In summary, for every session I taught, I understood the chapter, prepared what to teach, thought of daily-life examples to make things relatable, organized the flow of the discussion, and prepared interesting questions.
Moreover, I am very flexible with students. If anyone is stuck on a topic, I am very patient and can explain the same topic using more (maybe even better) daily-life examples, or just making the idea flow smoothly to the mind.
I have a bachelor's degree in Physics, Mathematics, and Computer Science, and a master's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Iowa State University (USA) with a 3.85/4.0 GPA. I have taught university students calculus mathematics and physics courses since I was a freshmen in 2011, and I stayed as a part-time tutor until 2015. While pursuing my master's degree, I also taught university students mechanical engineering (fluid mechanics course) for one year as a graduate teaching assistant before I became a full time researcher at the university. I received many compliments and praises throughout all my teaching career.
HIGHLIGHT OF QUALIFICATIONS
• Over 4 years of experience in tutoring university Math and Physics courses
• Over 3 years of academic experience in 3D product designing and in performing FEA and CFD analysis by utilizing various 3D CAD and CAE software
• Over a year of professional experience in the MEP engineering industry utilizing 2D AutoCAD drafting to produce construction documents
• Proficiency in AutoCAD, Autodesk Inventor, SolidWorks, ABAQUS, ANSYS Workbench, ANSYS FLUENT, MEP Revit, and CES EduPack
• Over two years of customer service experience in the United States and Canada
• Outstanding organizational, time management, data analysis, consulting, public speaking, leadership, and teamwork skills
• Detail-oriented with an excellent memory and fine motor skills
• Honest, hardworking, problem solving, responsible, and reliable professional
Junior Mechanical Engineer Nov 2017-Feb 2019
A.J. Adam Engineering LLC, MD, USA
• Conducted mechanical, electrical and plumbing field surveys and site visits
• Designed, drafted, and interpreted MEP systems and construction documents for commercial facilities
• Performed system sizing, equipment scheduling, load calculations, and energy analysis studies
• Worked on air handlers, water heaters, boilers, cooling towers, and heat pumps
• Provided QA/QC services for a $5M construction project at the BWI airport – MARC station in Baltimore, USA
• Commissioned complex HVAC systems and developed the systems’ functional performance test forms
Graduate Research Assistant May 2016-May 2017
Iowa State University, IA, USA
• Tested and developed nonporous polymers for residential superinsulation
• Published a journal on flexible polymeric electrolytes for enhanced supercapacitors
Graduate Teaching Assistant Aug 2015-May 2016
Iowa State University, IA, USA
• Taught problem solving techniques for the fluid mechanics course (ME-335)
Product Designer Sep 2014-Jan 2015
Herman’s Inc, IL, USA
• Worked in a team to design a compact charging carrier for an electronic device
• Obtained user input data for design modifications prototyped with 3D printing
Nuclear Physics Research Assistant Mar 2013-Mar 2014
Michigan State University, MI, USA
• Led a team in conducting big data analysis for simulating a particle detector
• Designed a nuclear target system using Autodesk Inventor for the National Superconducting Cyclotron Lab at MSU
• Performed FEA and produced 3D printed prototypes for detecting potential design failures
• Presented work at a national conference in Newport News, VA (2013) and at the Nobel Prize festivities in Stockholm, Sweden (2015)
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