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Tutor profile: Matthew J.

Matthew J.
Nuclear Physics PhD Student


About Matthew

About Matthew

Teaching Experience

Teaching Experience
Hello! I am an Applied Physics PhD student with a concentration in Medical Physics. I have used math and physics on a near daily basis for more than six years. In recent years I have taught physics labs and guided college students working on their senior projects.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Applied Physics
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
2020 - 2025
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Bachelor's Degree
2017 - 2020

Work Experience

Work Experience
Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Research Assistant
2021 - Present
My primary roll as research assistant has been to guide students working on their their senior theses. I also help introduce college undergraduates into the field of nuclear and medical physics.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Teaching Assistant
2019 - 2021
I had two positions over the course of my time as a teaching assistant. In 2019-2020, I provided extra help to students in need of help in upper level electrodynamics and mechanics courses. In 2020-2021 I was a lead lab teaching assistant in introductory physics courses.


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