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Teaching

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Fall 2021

☞ ME 30800 (lecture component of former ME 30900) — Fluid Mechanics (

*Lead*).

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Spring 2021

☞ ME 69700 (Advanced Mechanical Engineering Projects II) —

Nonlinear Wave Mechanics (

*New Course*).

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Fall 2020

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ME 50900 — Intermediate Fluid Mechanics.

☞ Recognized as

Outstanding Engineering Teacher.

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Spring 2020

☞ ME 30900 — Fluid Mechanics (

*Lead*).

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Fall 2019

☞ ME 30900 — Fluid Mechanics.

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Spring 2019

☞ ME 61000 — Boundary Layer Theory.

☞ Recognized as

Outstanding Engineering Teacher.

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Fall 2018

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ME 50900 — Intermediate Fluid Mechanics.

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Spring 2018

☞ ME 30900 — Fluid Mechanics (

*Lead*).

☞ Recognized as

Outstanding Engineering Teacher.

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Fall 2017

☞ ME 30900 — Fluid Mechanics.

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Spring 2017

☞ ME 30900 — Fluid Mechanics.

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Fall 2016

☞

ME 50900 — Intermediate Fluid Mechanics.

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Spring 2016

☞

ME 50900 — Intermediate Fluid Mechanics.

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Fall 2015

☞ Not teaching.

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Some thoughts on teaching:

Galileo Galilei famously proclaimed that "

mathematics is the key and door to the sciences." Today, it is as true as ever that without mathematics the great leaps in physics, technology and even genomics that have occurred in the last century would not have been possible. Therefore, teaching theoretical concepts using the language of mathematics is of utmost importance in all areas of engineering. This is especially true in fluid mechanics, where abstract concepts can be tied to their everyday physical manifestations. In this respect, teachers of theory courses are in the unique position to show the beauty and power of mathematics to students.