I have taught a wide range of corporate courses, including on-site training at Digital Equipment Corporation (now part of Compaq), GTE, SAP, State Street, and Unitrode (now part of Texas Instruments), as well as many other technical seminars and modules of various certificate programs offered by Boston University and Clark University.
In academia, I am an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Computer Science Department of the University of Massachusetts Lowell, occasionally teaching a graduate course.
Up until mid-1996 I was in academia full-time, including 7 years on the faculty of the Computer Science Department of Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), teaching and doing research in the areas of complexity theory and automata theory. I was also one of the founding members of WACTS, the Worcester Area Complexity Theory Seminar. While at WPI I was also the Computer Science person involved in the Music Technology Program and the Computer Science person involved in the Theatre Technology Program.
For further information on my work, please see my résumé.
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