Bo Jin awarded the “Teaching Assistant Fellow” by USC Center for Excellence in Teaching
Bo Jin was awarded a Teaching Assistant Fellow by USC’s Center for Excellence in Teaching. He is the only student in the USC Viterbi School of Engineering to receive this award this year.
About Bo Jin:
Bo is a 2nd year PhD student and teaching assistant in the Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, as well as a research assistant in the McGill Composites Center under the Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science. His research work focus on computational mechanics on high performance composites, modeling and finite element analysis.
Before joining USC, Bo was a research assistant and teaching assistant, also a course lecturer at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, where he received his M.S. degree.
During his time in USC and Rutgers, Bo taught the following courses by himself: "Mechanical Engineering Computational Analysis and Design with Numerical Methods (Advanced MATLAB)", "Engineering Computing with MATLAB" and "Engineering Mechanics Statics". He was also the TA, the discussion session teacher and the recitation session teacher for the courses "Aircraft Structural Analysis (Aerospace Structures)", "Computational Solutions to Engineering Problems (Numerical Methods using MATLAB)" and "Introduction to Computational Methods using MATLAB" respectively.
Bo has extensive study and living experience in Asia, Europe and America. During his time at USC, he also serves as the vice president of USC_CSSA (USC Chinese Students and Scholars Association).