Ahmed Mohammad

Upper School Physics Teacher

CAIRO UNIVERSITY - BA IN ASTROPHYSICS
CAIRO UNIVERSITY - MS IN QUANTUM PHYSICS
GEORGIA TECH UNIVERSITY - MS FOCUSING ON MACHINE LEARNING (IN PROCESS)

I am thrilled to serve The Lang School's vibrant learning community as a Physics and Astronomy Teacher; I am inspired each day by its students, families, and colleagues alike. Before coming to The Lang School, I have taught over the past 16 years physics and astronomy in three different countries (Egypt, Qatar, and the United States). In the Physics and Astronomy department at Cairo University, I taught for over eight years. During this time, I taught undergraduate physics, mathematics, and astronomy courses, In addition, I spent one-year teaching physics at a STEM American school in Cairo. Also, I have worked as an instructor of physics for the Mathematics, Statistics, and Physics department at Qatar University in Doha, Qatar for one year. In my teaching experience in the United States, I taught physics at Rising Star Academy High School in New Jersey for four years, as well as serving as an adjunct professor of physics and astronomy at Union County College for two years. In addition to teaching at the Lang School, I also teach astronomy and physics at Manhattan College. I believe that teaching kids science (particularly physics and astronomy) in an inquiry-based manner will motivate them to become interested in these important fields. Cultivating this deep student interest is my goal at The Lang school.

Ahmed Mohammad