I hold an MEng in Mechatronics from King's College London, followed by an MSc in Biomedical Engineering from Oxford. Am now in my final year od DPhil (PhD) at Oxford, reading Biomedical Engineering.
I prefer teaching from an applied point of view, rather than a theoretical one, with many real-life examples to understand the conceptual framework behind physics, bioengineering and mathematics.
May negotiate lower rate for below high school level students
I have experience teaching both at Undergraduate level (having run Oxford tutorials for first, second and third year engineers), and at pre-university level (having taught summer school students aged 14/15).
Having been in full time research for the past 3 years, I have a good knowledge of cutting-edge research, and therefore can integrate this into my teaching.
Course DPhil. (PhD) Engineering Science, Balliol College, University of Oxford.
Course MSc. Biomedical Engineering, Balliol College, University of Oxford (Distinction)
Course MEng. Mechatronics, King’s College London
(First Class degree)
International School of Milan (International Baccalaureate 2007-2009)
Result Final IB score – 39 (639 UCAS Tariff Points)
Award Departmental Edgell Sheppee Fund travel award
Award Balliol College travel award
Award EPSRC Doctoral Training Partnership (through University of Oxford)
Award King’s College London Engineering Society Centenary Prize
Award Associateship of King’s College first year prize
I have published multiple times in leading scientific journals and presented at top conferences in my field.
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