Teaching

Demonstrating

Future and past courses for which I teach classes for undergrads.

Quantum Mechanics and Symmetry (Spring 2016)
Notes – class 9
Mathematical Techniques 4
(Autumn 2015)
Notes – class 1, class 5
Statistical Physics (Spring 2015)
Quantum Mechanics B (Autumn 2014)

Marking

Future and past courses for which I mark undergrad work.

Quantum Mechanics and Symmetry (Spring 2016)
Mathematical Techniques 4 (Autumn 2015)
Statistical Physics (Spring 2015)
Quantum Mechanics B (Autumn 2014)
Advanced Quantum Field Theory (Spring 2014)

Mentoring

Future and past courses for which I mentor individual undergrads.

Physical Dynamics (Summer 2015)

Testimonials

“Ed is exceptionally good at explaining things to us. He is always willing to help to a very high standard and is the best PhD student I’ve ever had for any module throughout the years.”

“Ed was invaluable as a tutor, giving extremely helpful feedback. Every time I asked him for help I left knowing not just how to answer the question, but equipped to answer any future similar problems. He wouldn’t just leave me after explaining one example, rather he would explain the underlying physics and this was amazing.”

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