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I have a Bachelor's in Math and in Physics, and I graduated summa cum laude and was the first in my class at San Francisco State University. I also have a Master's in Physics from the University of California, Santa Barbara, where I focused on particle physics.
Experience: 8 years
Being a physics graduate student means using Mathematica on a daily basis, and I certainly did! Little by little, I have learned to love this amazing piece of software that seems smarter than me, at times! The syntax is very intuitive once the basics are understood, and the documentation is so extensive and so well organized that it makes learning to use it a breeze. Every time I teach a class, I teach some of my students to use it, because I think it's something that everyone in a scientific field should know.