Over the years I have worked as adjunct professor at Yale University and have given hundreds of short courses and lectures on industrial automation, renewable energy process control and many related topics in the United States and around the world.
In addition to teaching process measurement and control at Yale University, I worked for some 15 years for the Center for Professional Advancement. During this period I gave 3-5 day courses both in the United Stated in some 13 other countries.
During the last 5 years I concentrated on giving lecture tours where I give the same lecture in several locations. For example in India I visited 7 cities and gave 11 lectures in them. The lecture topics I concentrate on these days involve new technologies, such as renewable energy processes, including new fuel cell designs, solar-hydrogen power plants, deep sea oil drilling, etc.