I am a Mechanical Engineering PhD student currently engaged in biomechanical research using computational fluid dynamics to analyse and develop therapeutic devices for cardiovascular diseases.
During my research I have worked as an associate lecturer for two years. This involves running classes on my own in a number of mechanical engineering modules for both first and second year undergraduates on a regular basis throughout the academic year. The modules include Engineering Mechanics, Mechanical Science and Advanced Mechanical Science. The classes typically comprise of up twenty, first or second year undergraduate students. These modules have covered many subject areas, such as statics, kinematics, modelling & simulation (using SOLIDWORKS) and fluid dynamics, to name a few.
I have extensive knowledge of SOLIDWORKS and can help students to improve their hand drawing skills as well as their ability to draw 2D and 3D models using computer software.
At the end of my undergraduate degree I was awarded the `Frederic Barnes Waldron Best Student Award, 2013` for achieving the highest grade over the courses accredited by the Institute of Mechanical Engineers at Manchester Metropolitan University. I was also awarded the `Unilever Award for high achievement in Design and Technology, 2007` for acheiving a high mark.
Availability: Weekday evenings, weekends
Willing to travel: 5 miles
Experience: Two years expereience teaching classes of first and second year mechanical engineering students at degree level. As a result I have teaching experience in...
Advanced Mechanical Science
Computational Fluid Dynamics