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Tutor profile: Alan L.

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Alan L.
Senior Teaching Assistant on Linear Algebra, Probability, Calculus
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About Alan

About Alan
Hi, there. You can just call me Alan. My research interests focus on mathematical control theories, and machine learning. Such that I have a good physical intuition on explaining the abstract mathematical concepts. For example, we may use the differentiation to attain some kind of prediction. This really may help us on depicting some physical trajectories graphically.

Teaching Experience

Teaching Experience
1. More than 7 years on teaching Linear Algebra. 2. At least 5 years on Probability theories. 3. 1-2 years on Calculus. 4. 4 years on Electric Circuits. 5. 1-2 years on Electrostatics. 6. 4 years on Modern Linear Control Theories. 7. 1 year or less on Complex Variables, Abstract Algebra, Communication Systems(Analog Modulation), Electric Machinery(Motors, Transformers), etc.
Education
National Taiwan Ocean University
Electrical Engineering
Other
2014 - 2018
National Taiwan Ocean University
Electrical Engineering
Bachelor's Degree
2009 - 2013

Work Experience

Work Experience
Being Technology Electronics, 1. Teaching assistant 2. Research secretary 3. Temporal worker 4. System Engineer
2018 - 2019

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