Korok's House Of Math And Science
My passion for teaching has always been a key part of how I learn! As far back as I can remember, breaking down a concept with someone else and testing it against problem after problem was the best way for me to distill and absorb new ideas. This is my approach whether I'm collaborating with a fellow researcher or teaching someone how to add numbers for the first time.
I have been tutoring for the last 16 years, starting when I was in high school in Texas. Since then, I have held two full-time teaching assistant positions at UC Berkeley, tutored dozens of students privately, volunteered on and off campus, and mentored several summer research interns.
I graduated with a B.S. in electrical engineering and computer sciences (EECS) from UC Berkeley in 2012, and with Ph.D. also in EECS from UC Berkeley in 2018. My awards include the National Merit Scholarship, the UC Berkeley Nanotechnology Gold Fellowship, and the 2018 IEEE George R. Smith award for best paper in Electron Device Letters.