...Prior to that, I worked for more than twenty years as a professional physicist in the area of materials characterization (crystal structure, chemistry, material interfaces, nanotechnology). I have worked in both academia (University of Houston and Penn State) and industry (Motorola).
I am patien... (read more)
...While working on my BS in computer science at Bloomsburg University, one of the courses was in C++. I achieved an A in the course. On occasion, I helped other students in the class in understanding particulars of C++ that are different from Java (in which most of the "core" classes were taught).... (read more)
I am the son of a teacher, and have tutored friends and peers while in high school, college and also after college. Both having a teacher for a mother and also working with friends has reinforced the following reality: teachers are people too. These experiences taught me that the teacher is a friend or a partner in the challenge of attaining new knowledge. (read more)
...I have regularly instructed Engineering Mechanics courses at Penn State including, E MCH 210, E MCH 211, E MCH 212, E MCH 213, which are the subjects of Statics, Dynamics, Strengths of Materials, Thermodynamics, and Fluid Mechanics. I have a PhD in Nuclear Engineering with research focus in Ther... (read more)