MEAM 504: Tribology (Fall 2015-2017)
Mechanical Engineering & Applied Mechanics, University of Pennsylvania
Instructor of Record: Prof. Andy Jackson

Delivered two guest lectures (each of the three years) in Solid Lubrication, Coatings and Non-Metallic Materials, and Boundary Lubrication to a class of senior MEAM undergraduates and MEAM MS/PhD graduate students. Lectures on solid lubricants covered fundamentals of solid lubrication, lamellar solids, vapor deposition methods, polymer tribology, and tribology of ceramic materials. Lectures on boundary lubrication covered fundamentals of boundary and mixed lubrication, mechanisms of surface activity in lubricant additives, extreme-pressure additives and scuffing.

MEAM 354: Mechanics of Solids (Fall 2015-2016)
Mechanical Engineering & Applied Mechanics, University of Pennsylvania
Instructor of Record: Prof. Nick Aravas (F'15), Prof. Pedro Ponte (F'16)

Led two weekly problem solving recitation sections (each, for a class of ~ 15 students) in a junior-level course on mechanics of solids. Course topics included: statically indeterminate problems, two-dimensional analysis of stress and strain, plane stress/strain problems, Mohr's Circles, bending of beams, torsion, thin-walled cylinders, energy methods, and numerical methods, including finite element analysis. Helped supervise FEA term project using COMSOL.

MEEG 312: Vibrations and Control (Fall 2013)
Mechanical Engineering, University of Delaware

Instructor of Record: Prof. Ioannis Poulakakis
Laboratory tutor for a junior-level laboratory section of Vibrations and Control. Lab experiment topics included the response of an underdamped simple harmonic oscillator, a spring-damper system subject to forced oscillations, and PID control.

MEEG 346: Thermal Laboratory (Spring 2009)
Mechanical Engineering, University of Delaware

Instructor of Record: Prof. Ajay Prasad
Laboratory tutor for a junior-level laboratory section of Thermal Engineering. Lab experiment topics included the air conditioning cycle, forced convection heat transfer, two-dimensional heat conduction, four-stroke combustion engine, heat exchanger and a student design experiment.

MEEG 331: Fluid Mechanics (Fall 2008)
Mechanical Engineering, University of Delaware

Instructor of Record: Prof. Liyun Wang
Laboratory tutor for a junior-level laboratory section of Fluid Mechanics. Lab experiment topics included hydrostatic pressure on a submerged plate, laminar-to-turbulent flow transition (Reynolds number), flow from an orifice (Bernoulli's equation), flow measurement with a venturi meter, conservation of momentum, and a student design experiment.