ISU International Space University

I am a professor emeritus on the faculty of the International Space University having taught since its founding in 1988. I have taught in over 25 programs around the world, and at their permanent campus located in Strasbourg, France, teaching in the area of Satellite Applications; the practical applications on Earth of the various space remote sensing, navigation and GIS systems. I was involved in the founding ISU conference in 1987 and have enjoyed meeting many colleagues and students from around the world.

I was the program director of the first four Southern Hemisphere Summer Space Programs, held in Adelaide Australia each year in January and February, in partnership with the University of South Australia, as well as teaching in the ISU Space Studies Programs, which are held around the world in July and August.

In 2020 I had the honor of being named professor emeritus of ISU.