I have my Ph.D. and B.S. in chemical engineering from the University of California, Berkeley and University of Pennsylvania, respectively. I am currently a research scientist in modeling and simulations for Procter and Gamble (Gillette). I am particularly interested in teaching mathematics (any), chemistry, and physics.
Simply put: I love to mentor, learn, and teach. If you are having difficulty in any of the above areas or simply want to explore these subject areas at a deeper level, I am the teacher for you. My approach is simple: I spend time teaching you the material (including common traps to avoid or potential pitfalls), you teach it back to me, and then we practice with carefully selected practice problems that I design.
University of Pennsylvania
University of California - Berkeley
Environmental Technology Division Research Award
Dissertation Year Fellowship
Langmuir Student Award