Thermodynamics, ME 3322, Junior-level course at Georgia Tech May 2013-Aug. 2013
- The aim of the course was to train students to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems in thermodynamics. My responsibilities were delivering a few class lectures in absence of the faculty member, grading homework submissions and examinations, assisting students in their homework, and preparing solution for the homework.
Experimental Methodology, ME 3057, Senior-level course at Georgia Tech Aug. 2012-Apr. 2013 (http://www-old.me.gatech.edu/~me3057/index.html)
- The aim of the course was to train students to use various measurement equipment and concepts such as oscilloscope, micrometer, verniar caliper, strain gauge, second-order mechanical system, micro-processor control, motor control, heat transfer measurement using thermometer, RTD, thermistors, fluid viscosity measurement using viscometer, acoustic measurement using sound level meter, digital signal analysis, and optical measurements. My responsibilities were to manage 2 groups of 15 students during their 3-hour weekly lab sessions, grading their weekly technical reports, and assisting them to overcome their technical problems.
Energy System Design, ME 4803, Senior-level course at Georgia Tech Jan. 2012-Apr. 2012
- The aim of the course to introduce students to various sustainable energy sources, including solar thermal, solar photovoltaics, biomass, hydroelectric, tidal, wave, wind, and geothermal; integration of energy sources to the grid; energy system applications; and energy storage. My responsibilities involved delivering four lectures, updating course materials, organizing an industry-professional talk, and assisting the faculty members to maintain course logistics.
Creative Decision and Design, ME 2110, Junior-level course at Georgia Tech Jan.-Dec. 2009, (http://singhose.marc.gatech.edu/courses/me2110/)
- The aim of the course was to train students solve an open-ended engineering design problem by using various design management tools including house of quality, morphological charts; by using manufacturing processes such as milling, drilling; by using various mechatronic actuators DC motor, stepper motor, pneumatic valves; and synthesizing a micro-controller-based hardware solution to the problem. As a TA, my responsibility was running 10 hour-weekly lab sessions, grading students’ technical reports, and organizing a semester-end intra-class robotics competition.