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James Lowman

James has a Bachelors of Math from University of Waterloo in Applied Mathematics with a minor in Engineering. He is currently pursuing a Masters of Applied Science in the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics at Waterloo. He has two years of tutoring experience.

James prides himself on helping students learn how to enjoy mathematics and all it offers. His personal philosophy is: Learning math is like learning guitar – you only get better by playing.

James is worth selecting as your tutor for his excellent tutoring at the following courses:

  • Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • Calculus, Linear Algebra, Fluid Mechanics, Ordinary Differential Equations, Partial Differential Equations, and Computational Mathematics
  • Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus 1, 2, 3
  • All other courses under High School and University level Mathematics

Elidon Dyli

Elidon has finished Master of Science in Chemistry, Master of Science in Education and Bachelor in general chemistry.

He is a Lecturer at University and High School Teacher. He has other experiences such as Chemical engineer in Industry, Quality Control and freelancer. He has seven years experience in Teaching, Technical Writing, Olympiad questions solver.

Elidon is excellent tutoring at the following courses in both university and college levels:

  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • General Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Analitical Chemistry
  • Physical Chemistry.

Gerron Vaughn

Gerron attended New York University where he received his master’s in math.

Gerron firmly believes that rote memorization and sterile practice problems are no way to learn math. He emphasizes the importance of intuition and developing one’s own personal style of problem-solving and learning.

Gerron is available to tutor students in:

  • High school math of all levels
  • All non-specialized undergraduate math courses
  • Calculus 1 – 3
  • Real analysis, Linear algebra, Machine Learning, and Complex Analysis at the undergraduate and graduate level.

Georgii Riabov

Georgii is PhD in Probability and Mathematical Statistics.

A Fellow researcher at the department of stochastic processes, Institute of Mathematics, Kyiv.

Scientific interests: probability theory, infinite-dimensional analysis, statistics, measure and integration. Oriented at applications to mathematical models in physics, financial mathematics, data analysis. Georgii has several publications and has achieved the grant of the National academy of sciences.

Georgii is proficient at tutoring:

  • Advanced Probability
  • Mathematical Statistics
  • Financial Mathematics
    Analysis, Algebra, Operations research, Data mining, Game theory, Algorithms
  • All level of Advanced Mathematics – College level to Graduate
math academy tutor - Justin petrillo

Justin Petrillo

Justin Petrillo is the lead instructor for Data Science at Mathematics Academy. He is a Research & Development Data Scientist, having worked as a Statistician, Data Analyst, Data Scientist, and Research Software Engineer in many different scientific projects, ranging from Geophysics research on the drying of the Sahel for NOAA, air pollution in Camden, NJ, sociological field work in Mumbai, gene-culture co-evolution meta-analysis, outcomes evaluation research on the most cost-effective treatments to heart-failure, and computational biology tools for phylogenetic analysis. In industry, over the course of 5.5 years, he worked as a Data Analytics & Technology Product Manager, growing a technology-skills company and developing scientific technology for research and intervention in the social epidemiology of the disease, mental illness, and violence. His academic training is as a Quantitative Political Scientist.

Justin graduated from Yale with a B.A. in Political Science, an inter-disciplinary specialization in the quantitative methodological differences between social and natural sciences, and a Thesis on the social physics of the functional dynamics of reflexive democratic communication processes. After college, he scaled General Assembly, Inc from a $30 Million single location co-working & education business to a $1 Billion international enterprise as their first Analytics Manager by building data pipelines and a general business analytics system. Then he started his own research and development ventures: Sociable Health, Inc developed an Informatic Medicine System for NIH, and Mimely, Inc developed a Complex Therapeutics System for NIMH to crowdsource cognitive behavioral therapy.

In the Fall of 2015 Justin joined Mathematics Academy, Inc as a Data Science Instructor. While teaching, he attended the New School for Social Research for an M.A. in Politics and City College of New York for an M.S. in Mathematics, where he worked on a National Science Foundation project developing computational tools for phylogenetic analysis and developed new quantitative methods for political-economy data analysis. He lived in Honduras for 3 years where he applied these methods to develop technology for large-scale deep population surveying of migrants to research and mitigate the migration crisis. This last year he wrote the lecture series A Tutorial on Data Science for his students and held weekly Research Colloquiums to discuss on-going COVID-19 data science work – both are available in here.

 

Joshua Myrvaagnes

Joshua Myrvaagnes focuses on helping students think and write more clearly and learn more about themselves. He works on college essays, SAT and ACT prep, and math. He has a BA from Harvard, has written two books of poetry and a novel, and founded a theater of homeless persons in Boston.

He has been tutoring with Math Academy and other tutoring companies for two years now, and also taught classes in East New York and Chinatown. He uses reality-tested research from BRAIN science and the business world to enhance his delivery of support.

He is available for the followings courses:

  • SAT
  • ACT Prep
  • All courses under High School and College level mathematics

Welder Oliveira

Welder is a Statistics, Math, and Programming online tutor with over ten years experience and thousands of hours in online and face-to-face tutoring. He has worked as a tutor for several online platforms and as a Data Analyst over seven years for startup companies. His main scientific publications (under the name WB Oliveira) may be found in here.

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

  • Major in Statistics (2014)
  • Major in Mathematics (2007)
  • Master in Computer Science (2017)

Welder is proficient at tutoring:

  • Statistics/Probability
  • Calculus/Precalculus
  • R + Python + Machine Learning
  • ALGEBRA (middle and high school)

Dainel Koch

Daniel Koch is a tutor for high school / college math and physics courses.

He works at Hunter College, on the Upper East Side, as a Physics Lab instructor as well as attends classes as a grad student at The Graduate Center. He possesses over 4 years of tutoring experience, in all levels of math ranging from Algebra through Calculus, and beyond. As a Physics Ph.D. student, he has gained exposure to many different specialized subjects of math, and feels confident tutoring numerous college math courses, even spanning into upper-division and major courses. In addition, if beginning computer coding is a skill that you are seeking help in, Daniel is fluent in Python and can teach you the basics.

Courses that Daniel can tutor:

  • All levels of High School Math (Algebra – Calculus)
  • High School / College Physics
  • Nearly all College level non-specialized Math courses
  • Coding – Python, Matlab
  • For specialized / upper division Math courses (ex: differential equations, linear algebra, etc.) – inquire and Daniel will let you know

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