For years I have successfully tutored and mentored students from basic skills to high level enrichment, in mathematics, statistics, and computer science.
What I do
I effectively tackle two of the greatest impediments to optimal learning — boredom and fear — by creating excitement, and by encouraging playfulness and confidence in my students. Drawing on my broad and deep educational and career experience, I find practical examples of intense interest to them, such as sports statistics, finances, or handwriting recognition.
Math touches almost everything. My students see diverse applications of mathematics, from cryptography to computer driven classification to performance analysis and experimental design. With me, they discover the rich interplay between probability theory, statistics, and mathematics in general.
Stanford Ph.D in Mathematical Statistics
Four year fellowship at the Stanford Statistics Dept.
Selected for Stanford Honors Coop by Ford Aerospace
Co-author of multiple patents
Former principal cryptographic engineer and R&D scientist who contributed to patents for cutting edge software applications.
Making un-crackable safeguards is like designing an unsolvable math puzzle in reverse.