Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy

Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy
Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy

Tutor List

Contact information for tutors is provided below for the benefit of students seeking extra help in their undergraduate Physics and/or science classes. Note that tutoring does not fall under the jurisdiction of the Department; this list is provided only for your convenience.

Name Courses Phone Email
Sheref Aboelhassan Willing to tutor math, calculus, statistics. 613-770-4806
Kevin Alexander Over 6 years of teaching and tutoring experience. Am willing to tutor any first year Physics or Math courses.
Braulio Antonio Experience tutoring first and second-year math, physics and programming courses, such as calculus, algebra, statistics, classical mechanics, and python.
Golnaz Azodi Aval Willing to tutor first year physics courses.
Dhruv Bisaria I have 5 years of teaching assistant experience and enjoy tutoring online over Zoom - I make use of an iPad and stylus to mimic classroom instruction. I can tutor any physics or math course during the Winter 2021 semester except for APSC 112 since I am an active TA in this course. As a tutor I have also had great success in crafting and executing study plans with my students. Please email me for samples of my previous tutoring sessions and information on my rates.
Laura Burchell I can tutor any 1st year engineering physics course like APSC 111 and 112, and also ENPH 239, MECH 270, MECH 370, ENPH 211
Sam Connolly Four years of university level tutoring, both in-person and online. Happy to tutor first year math, computer science, and physics, as well as second year math and PHYS 213, 239, 242, 344, and 345. 778-977-8770
Edward DeWit PHYS 104, 106, 117, 118, 206, 212, 239, 213, 316, 317, 334
APSC 111, 112
ENPH 211, 213, 225
Austin Diggins I can tutor 1st and second-year. Any first-year engineering course, and any second-year ENPH courses or ones like them. 416-720-8609
Eddy, Nathan I taught high school physics/math for 6 years, and have previous tutoring experience. I am willing to tutor first year physics/math courses. or
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Javier Fernández Acevedo I am willing to tutor any first/second year physics or math course. 613-305-4162
Tristan Fleming All first and second year PHYS/ENPH listed courses
James Godfrey I have TAed PHYS104/106 for the last 3 years (runner up for TA award 2016); the TA contract disallows me from tutoring for this course. I am willing to tutor any first year calculus or PHYS117/PHYS118, and any upper-year electromagnetic theory or quantum mechanics courses (incl. PHYS/ENPH239, 344, 345, 432, and the quantum portion of 242). I have previously tutored 117, 344, and 345, and an online equivalent of 239, and my students have shown great improvement!
Shiyu (Sirius) Hu I’m willing to tutor first year physics courses (PHYS117/104/106 APSC110)
Ananthan Karunakaran Available to tutor first year physics courses. I have volunteer experience in a physics help centre directed towards first year students.
Tessa Krause I can tutor APSC 111, APSC 112, APSC 171, APSC 172, APSC 143, ENPH 242, ENPH 239, and ENPH 213.
Frankie Polak Willing to tutor first-year physics courses, PHYS 242, and PHYS 250 289-314-8710
Rana Poushimin  I would like to be a tutor for first year physics courses.
Dominic Rochfort I will tutor any first year course.
Chaobei Tong Willing to tutor first year physics courses.
Kurt Tyson Willing to tutor first year physics courses (PHYS 117/106/104)
Vasundhara Available to Tutor Physics, Math or Computer science courses for 1st and 2nd year. 343-363-2814
Carter Watson I would be happy tutoring APSC 111/112, and APSC 171/172. 
Zhongyin Zhang I am a 4th year student who is majoring in physics with a minor in computing. I am available to tutor the first and the second year students. I am good at the first year Phys courses (117,118,104,106) and part of the second year phys courses (213,212,239), as well as some supporting courses (math110, math120, cisc121).

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If you are a graduate student or an upper-year undergraduate of high academic standing who wishes to add your name to the Physics tutor list, please contact our Graduate Assistant.