Pegasus Physics Teacher
University of Washington, Bachelor degree
Mr. Burhan holds a bachelor's degree in applied physics from University of Washington in Seattle, where he also minored in mathematics. While there, he has worked in research groups studying conductive phase transitions of vanadium oxides (VO2) with the goal of finding alternative gate metal oxides for next generation field effect transistors. VO2 has show a lot of promise in the continued nanoscaling of transistors which is in line with moore's law. In 2017 he started his teaching career in China, teaching physics, AP physics and Calculus. Mr. Mohamed hopes to equip students with the skills and knowledge to pursue STEM fields and believes the study of mathematics and physics provides a great framework for this endeavor. He is also passionate about the ancient game of and the recent learning of this game by AI algorithms.