I'm a physics graduate student at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. In my research project, I'm developing a dark matter detector based on superfluid helium at extremely low temperatures. At the U of A, I also used to be a graduate teaching assistant for engineering students.
During my bachelor’s degree at the University of Stuttgart, Germany, I supervised science students in tutorials on advanced mathematics and experimental physics. At the same time, I volunteered as a mathematics tutor for small groups of socially disadvantaged children who couldn’t afford a private tuition.
To pursue my passion for teaching during my master’s degree, I continued to work as a mathematics and physics tutor for science undergraduates at Heidelberg University. Additionally, I taught both subjects to pupils of all grades of secondary education in a private tutoring institution, especially in their final years of high school.