Tutor Since: October 2016
Last Online: May 11th 5:34pm (EDT)
Completed: 235 sessions
I've finished my BSc and MSc studies in physical chemistry and now I'm a PhD student in physical chemistry, concretely in the field of quantum chemistry and theoretical molecular spectroscopy.
My area of research includes ab initio calculations and the study of vibronic (Renner-Teller effect) and relativistic (spin-orbit coupling) interactions in small molecules. It requires a good knowledge of mathematics, quantum mechanics and physics in general. Doing my research I gained knowledge and skills in LaTeX, Python, MATLAB and Mathematica.
My current position involves work with the undergraduate students in courses physical chemistry, atomic spectroscopy, and molecular spectroscopy. This includes helping students with their lab work, lab reports, discussions, data analysis, etc.
Joining the 24hoursansers.com gives me opportunity to share with students my knowledge and skills. It gives me pleasure to work with students on different kind of problems in physics and physical chemistry. I find it interesting to work on problems and to try to explain it to student from different point of views if it is needed for him to understand. In that way, he gets to really understand the problem he is working on, and I get experience and sometimes totally different way to understand the problem.
I can help you with homeworks, lab reports, presentation preparations, or just some thing that you didn't understand in book or in class. If you need help in some area of physical chemistry. quantum chemistry, general physics, classical mechanics, quantum mechanics or some basic math and pre-calculus, feel free to contact me.