I try to adapt to the way my students think to convey challenging ideas. This approach has been the most beneficial in the past. I encourage students to think through problems and concepts rather than just memorize. I also try to connect concepts to real-world applications, drawing on my experience in academic research and industry.
I have taught students at every level starting with high school, undergraduate, graduate, doctoral as well as post-doctoral. I enjoy teaching and interacting with students tremendously, as I frequently get insights via such discussions.
I view teaching as a mentoring activity that requires understanding and patience. A one-on-one interactive setting allows me to fine tune and calibrate lessons according to my student's strengths. I am a strong believer in macro-perspective education requiring establishing a strong and broad base in order to develop deeper insights.
My rates are high because I don't like to do things half-measure and will spend a lot of time trying to tailor a program to your needs.
I am a quantum physicist with a Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I am also a Fellow of Princeton and Caltech having done pioneering work in the physics of disordered systems, statistical mechanics and condensed matter physics. (See: (concealed information) for a detailed view of my research interests, publications, awards etc.)
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