Norman Elias Sole Propprietor
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Electrical Engineering Qualifications
I've spent over 40 years helping designers and design teams by providing simulation and modeling services with Spice and other simulators. I've researched innovative methods for statistical simulation and modeled microcontrollers to execute embedded software as part of a simulation. I've taught circuit theory at Fairfield University, telecommunication systems at Bell Labs an tutored experienced engineers in simulator operation. I'm currently tutoring and looking for more opportunities to apply my skills.
What NORMAN’s Students Say
“Rarely if ever give 5 stars. Norman was very patient and well ahead of the curve. He will be my go-to guy for Electric Circuits. We continue to meet with him as our schedules allow and will attempt to utilize him for Embedded Controls.”
Two weeks ago a current student was struggling with homework involving R-C and R-L circuits. I resolved his difficulty by making up a series of 10 problems starting from the simplest basics and gradually introducing complications. Within four sessions he had mastered the topic in time for a class exam that will count 30% toward his final grade.
Circuit theory (Bachelors (Undergraduate)-Doctorate/PhD)
Signals and Systems (Bachelors (Undergraduate)-Masters (Postgraduate))
DSP (Bachelors (Undergraduate)-Masters (Postgraduate))
(Jan, 1986 - Feb, 2003) at Philips Research, Briarcliff Manor, NY
Simulation, Modeling and Layout aids for Power Electronics.
(Oct, 1983 - Jul, 1984) at Bell Laboratories, Holmdel, NJ
Supervisor of EDA group
Member of Technical Staff
(Jul, 1972 - Oct, 1983) at Bell Laboratories, Holmdel, NJ
Circuit Simulation and Modeling
PhD in Electrical Engineering (Sep, 1967 - May, 1971) from New York University, New York City
Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (Oct, 1966 - Jul, 1967) from New York University, New York City- scored GPA 4.0
Bachelor of Electrica; Engineering (Sep, 1961 - Jun, 1966) from City College of New York- scored GPA 3.5
Based on Difficulty of the subject matter and level of effort needed to teach the student