Math, Calculus, Linear Algebra, Science, Physics, Middle School, Secondary, CEGEP, Grade 12, Coding
Noah graduated from Concordia University with a Bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering, where he was awarded for having the highest grades of his cohort. He is currently a graduate student at Purdue University studying Aeronautics and Astronautics, specifically in astrodynamics and space applications. Throughout his academic career, he has applied his coursework to several aircraft design projects, as well as during internships at Bombardier and Pratt & Whitney Canada, which helped him understand the application and utility of the theory he had learned in school. He was also a teaching assistant for an aircraft systems design course, where he helped students with their projects and strived to help them succeed. While so much of math/physics courses might seem like memorizing and procedurally applying equations, Noah’s goal is to ensure that his students fundamentally understand the theory behind them so that they succeed in the course and have a much better comprehension of the subject.