Algebra, calculus (all levels), probability, statistics, differential equations and many more
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Postdoctoral work: University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), INRIA (France): worked in computational medical imaging using differential geometry, statistics and supervised machine learning.
PhD in mathematics: Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, USA. Specialization: differential geometry, low dimensional topology.
MSc in mathematics: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India
Experience: 6 years
About meI'm an in-person and online tutor in mathematics and English. I received my PhD in mathematics in the US (Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ), and held my postdoctoral positions in reputed institutions in France (Ecole Polytechnique, INRIA) and USA (UCLA). I've extensive teaching and tutoring experience in precalculus, algebra, differential equations as well as many other subjects. I also had great scores in GRE and other competitive exams.
I love to share my passion for mathematics, statistics and machine learning with my students, by means of tutoring, seminars, talks etc. Being an expert in the subject, I
can teach/tutor any level - this means from precalculus to linear algebra, group theory, differential equations and many more! Besides mathematics, I can teach English as a second language. My Specialities: 1. My familiarity with all level of mathematics, thanks to my doctorate in the subject.
2. My teaching experience in large (roughly 30-40 students per class) and small (one to two students) group settings.
3. My effective visualization process with charts, diagrams, and tables to make things easy for the students.
4. In case the student speaks French but not good in English, I can also tutor in French, where I've an intermediate level.
5. I'm well equipped for tutoring online, as I've done it before and effectively. I've a graphics tablet where I can write and the writings appear on the screen, which can be shared with students.
6. I'm a specialist in motivating the students to learn a new concept, for example, negative numbers, group theory or functional analysis. I've worked in industry for 2 years, so I've seen a lot of these concepts being used in real life, so I can help motivate on why (s)he is learning a new concept.