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In the late seventies, I gave speeches
entitled "NASA's Space Shuttle" to several audiences and had the honor
of addressing the membership of the International Electrical, Electronics
Conference and Exposition twice.
Because more than one hundred MIMICs have been sold to hobbyists (as personal computers), I have prepared a number of brochures and guides for the owners, users, and builders of our systems. I have delivered instructional talks to the membership of the Ottawa Computer Group and directed seminars in Building and Testing MIMICs for the MIMIC Users Group, with considerable individual instruction for owners. In addition, I prepared a short course on MIMIC Service Techniques for the technical staff of Gentian Electronics and have given lessons in this series.
As a business owner, and partner, I have prepared and presented numerous successful bids and proposals for government (Canadian) and commercial contracts, prepared the brochures, instruction manuals, and user guides for the equipment which was delivered, and developed successful research proposals.
In 1981, I was a sessional lecturer at
Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario. I prepared additional
materials, examinations, and demonstrations for an already established
Electrical Engineering course, Microprocessor
Twice I have been a Guest of Honor at a literary convention, and my duties included demonstrations, presentations, panels, and seminars in a variety of mostly scientific and technical subjects.
My formal presentation to the North Allegheny
Board of School Directors, on the importance of providing an educational
structure which targets basic proficiency in science and technology for
every student, has been a factor in the design of their current
My entry, Backloop
Audition for Telerobotics, was awarded an
I made a presentation and demonstration at the "Meeting of the Minds," Carnegie Mellon's Undergraduate Research Symposium.
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