Kyle Johnson


Math and Physics Tutor

Brooklyn Center, MN
Kyle Johnson
Math and Physics Tutor –

(763) 229-7359
Brooklyn Center, MN 55430

Math and Physics Tutor
August 2013 to Present
Teach math and physics subjects including classical mechanics, electricity and magnetism, and basic algebra
—� Helped students to answer math and physics questions from their coursework
—� Quickly identified methods to answer the student’s questions in a creative and simple manner
—� Received positive feedback from students being tutored

Head of iOS Digiguys, Inc
May 2014 to November 2015
Provided full stack software development for iOS applications using Agile SCRUM methods
—� Researched the process of creating and distributing iOS apps and guided client through the procedure
—� Developed an ad-hoc peer-to-peer communication iOS app, which allowed devices to communicate with each other without cellular networks or wifi routers in emergency situations
—� Developed three iOS 8 Extensions to provide specialized metadata information to professional photographers
—� Fully experienced with the SQLite, SQL, CRUD, RESTful web resources, OData Protocol, and Azure Cloud Storage
—� Actively participated in the daily SCRUM standup meeting, helped to manage the SCRUM backlog, and supported estimation of backlog items’ effort

Mathematics Grader University of Minnesota
September 2011 to May 2012
Graded assignments turned in by students, providing specific feedback for the students
—� Assisted the teacher by finding problems commonly experienced by students with the homework sets
—� Held open office hours to assist students with coursework and preparation

Physics Research Assistant University of Minnesota
September 2007 to June 2008
Assisted with the Low Background Counting Facility project to veto shield other projects from muon particles
—� Designed and developed software to log position of printed circuit boards, written in Java
—� Designed and developed software using the LabVIEW graphical programming environment for the automation of testing of printed circuit boards through digital I/O
—� Assembled hardware designed to detect faulty printed circuit boards and analyzed results to find problems
—� Recorded and analyzed data from a test apparatus and presented the results to colleagues in weekly meetings

Research Project University of Minnesota
January 2007 to May 2007
Designed and conducted experiments to verify the optical and physical properties of liquid crystal compounds
—� Prepared apparatus and samples to be used in experiments as proscribed by the experimental procedures
—� Wrote a paper and designed a poster detailing the project, including the background physics and results

Bachelor of Science Mathematics University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering
Minneapolis, MN

Bachelor of Science Physics University of Minnesota Institute of Technology
Minneapolis, MN

—� BS in Mathematics and Physics with extensive laboratory work
—� Knowledgeable in Microsoft Office, C, C++, Java, MATLAB, Mathematica, LabVIEW, SQL and control of devices through digital I/O
—� Accomplished in instructing small groups in both face-to-face and remote conditions
—� Excellent communication skills, team player, able to adapt to new conditions with keen attention to detail, active and thoughtful listener
—� Accustomed to working in a fast paced, Agile, Lean Startup Environment

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