Engineer, researcher, consultant and educator in the field of innovation in electric power production in the United States

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Interactive Learning Technology Improves Engineering Student Competencies

Increasing performance and quantity of knowledge imparted in engineering can be achieved by using interactive learning technologies that actively engage students in their own learning process.

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Teaching Sustainable Design via Experiential Learning

Over the past five years engineering students have been learning sustainable design techniques and practice through hands-on minds-on clinic experiences in their undergraduate education.

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Tackling Climate Change in Higher Education: One University at a Time

This paper describes the challenges facing one medium sized university in the U.S. in meeting its commitment to become climate neutral in the near future

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RFID Technology for Universally Accessible Doors in Public Buildings

An improvement to accessible doors is presented that utilizes RFID technology to develop a new type of universal activation.

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Carbon Neutrality at One University: Elements of Sustainable Design

Reaching campus carbon neutrality is a daunting challenge while maintaining cost competitiveness in higher education

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The Implementation of Climate Neutrality Initiatives on University Campus: Large Scale Photovoltaic Project

The paper describes the process and actions a university is undertaking as it implements the first major concrete step in its sustainability initiatives.

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Increasing Utilization of US Electric Grids via Smart Technologies: Integration of Load Management, Real Time Pricing, Renewables, EVs and Smart Grid Sensors

A radical societal and technological partnerhship facilitated by real time knowledge to increase power grid utilization and reduce its carbon footprint

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