Currently, I am teaching Physics at the Howard Community College (Science, Engineering & Technology) as an Adjunct Professor. I have a BS and MS degree in Physics (B.S./M.S., Yonsei University (Seoul/Korea)) and M.S., University of Maryland (College Park / MD)). I did my Ph.D. at the Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD) with Biophysics. After my Post-Doctoral training in molecular and cellular physiology (at JHU SOM), I made a faculty position (research associate) at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and served for 20 years. I have published my research papers in Physics (7 articles) and biophysics/clinical basic medicine (33 articles).
I have been teaching Math and Science for a long time (8 years) in-person and online tutoring. Mostly, I am teaching AP Calculus, College Calculus I, II, III and AP Physics (Mechanics and E&M) for high school or college students. I am also teaching online tutoring using Bitpaper too.
I have an experience in teaching Mathematical Physics for Junior/Senior college student at Yonsei University (Seoul/Korea) as an Instructor. I also have an experience in tutoring mathematical physics for engineering graduate student at The Johns Hopkins University. I also have experiences to use several softwares such as Mathematica, Wolfram alpha, Excel, Sigma plot, Microcal Origin, Adobe Photoshop, ImageJ, MetaMorph, Python and MatLab.
I am an organized, critical thinker with the ability to do multitasking. Also, I am a skilled communicator and can speak with varied people in discussing and collaboration. Please contact me at your convenience.
I look forward to hearing from you and thank you for your consideration.
Undergraduate Degree: Yonsei University SeoulKorea - Bachelor of Science, Physics
Graduate Degree: Johns Hopkins University - Doctor of Philosophy, Biophysics
Meditation (I have a master degree in Applied Meditation Studies)