Volunteering as Alternative Energy Scientist and Open Source Engineer for Panacea-BOCAF, non-profit organization committed to improve world-wide energy technologies, based in Queensland, Australia.
o Contributed diagrams and technical notes for large online college.
o Developed prototypes for research.
o Supplied innovative concepts in:
o Wind-intermittent power sources
o Electronic engineering
o Applied mathematical principles and engineering
o Light-emitting diode technology and photovoltaic cells
o Power management engineering
o Water plasma spark plug technology
o Work as an online team with engineers Hector Perez Torres, Ashtweth Palise, Doug Konzen, Esa Juhani Ruoho, Luther Goodman, Terry Cameron, Dr. Peter Lindemann, John Stout
Work with on-line environment that provides a public channel for questions from educators and students. In the areas of Biophysics, Computer Science, Development, Earth Sciences/Geology, Environment/Ecology, and Physics
online environments dedicated to creating public access to information on electromagnetic engineering with Don E. Mitchell
Open Source Engineer
Alternative Energy Consultant
Implement knowledge from 20 years experience in research and development of energy saving technologies to improve environmental sustainability, human health and social equality. Act as consultant and engineer for clean alternative energy programs. Provide educational resources and community programs, as well as offer clean alternative energy products for residential and commercial applications
research in Covariant Unified Field Theory. Leading theoretical physics institute world-wide headed by Dr. Myron Evans.
Projects included work in the ECE theory and magnetic amplification with engineers Douglas Mann, Larry Rand and Jason Owens
Researched and developed prototype with Heru Sulaksono for the 50th Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials in San Jose, California.
Designed and implanted solar apparel and researched scientific discoveries in magnetic motor concepts and magnetic capacitors
Involved with a team project with educators Greg Dunn and Technical Administrator of Systems Programs of Community College of Baltimore County Norman Bollinger. Work focused on the research and development of various devices that utilize gravity and magnetic resonance amplification technology.
I.T., Computer Science, 2001