I have been teaching since 2010, and have taught students at Oxford, York and Edinburgh, covering a wide range of subjects spanning physics, engineering, biology, nanotechnology, mathematics and industry matters.
At Edinburgh, I have been involved in various teaching activities within the Mechanical Engineering degree programme.
In 2017/18, I taught half of the fourth year Thermodynamics course, and for three years running (2017/18, 18/19 and 19/20) I was responsible for the practical work for the second year Thermodynamics course. From 2018 to 2020 inclusive, I organized industrial visits for all third year Mechanical Engineering students, and dealt with the associated coursework assignment, in which students analyse companies and their business-models.
In academic year 2018/19, I became the course organizer for a brand new course in 'Bio-Inspired Engineering', as a result of having formally proposed its introduction a few months earlier. As of 2020/21, my course is in its third year, and has proven to be very popular. It is taken by students on several degree programmes, including both Mechanical and Chemical Engineering.
In 2021, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, I introduced a new assignment to replace the original Industrial Visits coursework, as it was impossible for students to go on any external visits.
Alongside the above, I deliver some classes for second year Engineering Mathematics, on the subject of vector calculus. I am also the 'personal tutor' for 35 undergraduate students, providing guidance and pastoral support as required, and every year I supervise 4 final year research projects.