Do my best to help undergrad students get their head around topics like calculus, trig, physics I, II, III, Modern physics or even just have a fun chat about stuff like quantum computing (my intended major field).
If I can't answer, I'll go learn about it for myself just to help. I love learning, researching and talking about new or even classic topics in physics and mathematics.
I do it all the time on Facebook for free anyway on a couple pages, so I thought why not throw it out here as well?
I like topics like quantum mechanics and cosmology, but not like the Deepak Chopra quantumwoo, but the real nuts and bolts, Schrodinger equation, qubits, real stuff.
I'm also pretty good at math, as one might imagine. I can help with your calculus and I might be of some assistance with Differential Equations and Linear Algebra, but I'm not making any promises.
Training & Qualifications
I'm a third year computer engineering student with a 3.5GPA so I can handle some tough questions and help you research stuff I can't immediately answer.
My intended field of mastery is computational quantum mechanics. I want to do research on techniques used to build and develop quantum computers. I have whole notebooks filled with notes on everything from calculus to cosmology.
Not to mention, I'm cheap! I just do it for the feeling of helping people learn new things.
Availability & Preferences
Pretty much any time, just depends on what I'm doing that particular day. I do a lot of work online anyway, so I'm usually by a computer.