Dan Zaharie

As a tutor, my aim is to help students understand the concepts and fundamentals of STEM topics and encourage them to approach problems in a structured manner. This enables them to take exams with the confidence to overcome anxiety and achieve optimal results. I strive to help them develop critical thinking and analytical skills which are central to their successful personal development process.

Dan is currently a PhD student within the Royal British Legion Centre for Blast Injury Studies at Imperial College London. He is working on the computational modelling of a bone to develop a better understanding of the injury mechanisms associated with automotive accidents and is designing equipment to reduce the risk of such injuries.

He has taught several Undergraduate modules within the Civil and Environmental Engineering department at Imperial College.

Dan holds a MEng Degree in Biomedical Engineering from Imperial College London. He has worked on a number of research projects, including the Rio Tinto Sports Innovation Challenge to design new types of sporting equipment for Paralympic athletes.


13+/ Common entrance, GCSE, AS/A levels