I'm a scientist and educator who completed my doctoral degree (PhD) in Chemical Physics from Harvard University in June this year (2019). After solid academic training, I realized how important it is to connect scientific findings to everyday life. I look forward to exploring science in life and sharing my knowledge and experiences with students.
Chemistry: 2 years in U of Toronto
Physics & chemistry: 1 year in Harvard University
I like to use examples to motivate learning. I understand that it can be difficult to learn all those scientific and mathematical theories without knowing why we should learn them, but it is fun if we connect them with our own experiences: Why should we know about “entropy” in thermodynamics? The reason can be explained by ice melting in a cup of water (and many other daily life examples). I love teaching science and math using daily life examples.
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- Harvard University (2019) - Chemical Physics (Doctorate) (✘ Not On File)
- University of Toronto (2012) - Physics Major (Bachelors) (✘ Not On File)
- University of Toronto (2012) - Chemistry Major (Bachelors) (✘ Not On File)
- University of Toronto (2012) - Mathematics Minor (Bachelors) (✘ Not On File)