Centre of Material Forming (CEMEF), Mines ParisTech, Sophia-Antipolis, France; Materials
Science and Engineering, Ph.D.
ENSIACET, School of Chemical Engineering, Toulouse University, France; Chemistry,
I taught physics and chemistry at various levels in France and at CCC over the last
15 years. As I see it, making science interesting and motivating is essential to help
students become enlightened citizens, capable of understanding the scientific issues
of today and tomorrow. To do so, I try to contextualize the content taught and to
make my classes as engaging and relevant to my students’ lives as possible. Laboratory
work and research projects are also good ways to get students to work in teams and
apply the scientific method.
Creating a positive learning environment is a fundamental aspect of teaching, and
I try to motivate my students and challenge them to excel while making sure that those
struggling have the support and encouragement that they need.
PHYS 2830 Physics II, MECH 1060 Technical Mechanics, ENGR 2150 Theory & Properties