I have a Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Minnesota. This education included significant studies in the field of mathematics. In addition I have approximately 40 years work experience in the aerospace field, most of it designing hardware requiring significant math.
I am currently retired but have always enjoyed working with younger engineers and have often acted as their mentors. This may have been as an official position, but usually just happened by itself s...
I purchased my first Mathematica license in 1989 and have been using Mathematica ever since. As an engineer it was invaluable for doing modeling and simulations. I found it especially valuable for numerical integration problems pertaining to the propagation of light. Mathematica has also been very useful when tutoring students in calculus and differential equations.