Hello, I am Lorenzo, and I am a twenty-five years old PhD student in physics and maths at Imperial College London. I am very passionate about the subject I study, and this has helped me several times to help my students getting involved and interested in studying maths and physics. Throughout my B.Sc. and M.Sc. I have given private lessons of mathematics and physics to high school and university students. Furthermore, I have collaborated with Politecnico di Torino in teaching mathematics to undergraduate students. Currently I am collaborating with Imperial college as graduate teaching assistant (GTA). I am responsible to plan classes, supervise and assess both undergraduate and Masters students. I am really committed to and passionate about teaching, and I always try my best to make my classes a gratifying and valuable experience. My goal is to help my students realising at full their potential, to support and to guide them while learning, and to show them that mathematics and physics can actually be very funny!
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- International Master Course in Physics of Complex Systems
- Polytechnic University of Turin
- Sapienza University of Rome
- Shenfield High School