2021 Math Class Registration
SpringLight Education was accredited by ACS WASC (Accrediting Commission for Schools Western Association of Schools and Colleges). We offer high quality education services for you.


The classroom is online only @Zoom during the COVID-19 pandemic. Normally all of SpringLight's classes are available both online and onsite in 20432 Silverado Ave, Cupertino.
Contact: spring.light.edu@gmail.com, 408-480-7547
Registration: http://tiny.cc/MathSpringLight
Check math classes details at SpringLight http://springlighteducation.com/courses/math/

We offer the first class as a free trial. If you are not satisfied after the trial, you may cancel and are not required to pay tuition for that one class. If you would like to continue, you must pay for all classes, including the first class.
We also record every class for students to review later.

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课程详情:http://springlighteducation.com/courses/math/
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SpringLight Education LLC
20432 Silverado Ave, Ste 7,
Cupertino, CA 95014

spring.light.edu@gmail.com
408-480-2505
Instructor
Dr. Liu graduated from UC Santa Barbara with a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering under Prof H Kroemer (who won the Nobel Prize in Physics, 2000) and from Hong Kong University with a BSc, also in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Dr. Liu has an extensive research background in semiconductor physics, was a session chairman for various international conferences in semiconductors and Molecular Beam Epitaxy, holds 8 US patents and 2 European patents, has coauthored ~70 semiconductor publications, and was ranked the best researcher at Hughes Research Laboratories in Malibu, California.

Currently Dr. Liu is an instructor at the West Valley Department of Computer Science. He was an enterprise consultant for Oracle, training corporate customers on Java/JEE programming, Java application server, SOA/service bus, and enterprise security, and was awarded Leadership Circle Award (highest honor regarding quality of training) at Oracle University a record 11 times.

Dr. Liu has been tutoring and mentoring middle school and high school students AMC 8/10/12 since 2017 at SpringLight. Many of his students qualified AIME.

Dr. Fan graduated from Peking University and UC Berkeley with Ph. D. in Engineering. He has tutored and taught math for many years from algebra to calculus for all level students. Many of them got 800 on SAT Math and high scores on competitions, and most of them have improved their grades. He also taught Java and web software development courses at Software College in Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications for many years in his spare time.
In college, he had the privilege of taking classes from some truly extraordinary professors and was lucky to be their teaching assistant. By helping students to understand the concepts, skills, and solve the problems, he felt that good teaching is an art and fun. He likes to start with fundamental contents and skills, to fully understand why and how, and to move on to harder problems. He also likes to give some fun examples of how math solves real-world problems and how math is useful and important. When students get better and better, they no longer feel math is that hard, but is fun to learn. Students are different, and they all have great capabilities; just to be patient while encouraging them to realize and reach their potential.
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Mr. Felix Huang has taught math, computer science, and physics to high school students in learning centers in the Bay Area for over 10 years. He has helped many students pass the AMC 10, 12, and AIME. He also helped several students to advance on USACO Bronze, Silver, Gold to Platinum. In computer science students to advance on USACO Bronze, Silver, Gold to Platinum. He is passionate about helping students overcome their barriers and reach challenging goals. He helped students gain profound understanding on the math, computer science, and physics. He works as software engineer in multiple areas including Java, C++, Python programming, backend data, and optimization problems. As background, he received a M.S. in Math from U of Washington, M.S. in Computer Science from U of Arizona, and a B.S. in Math from National Taiwan University.
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