Greg P. Smestad served as an Adjunct Lecturer in the graduate program of the school of engineering from the Fall Quarter of 2013 to the Winter Quarter of 2016. The course, Distributed and Renewable Energy for the Developing World (2 unit credit, ENGR 340) makes up part of the classes for the Interdisciplinary Certificate in Frugal Innovation at Santa Clara University. Additionally, from 2012 - 2016, he also served as a mentor to undergraduate students in the Latimer Energy Laboratory Scholars Program of Professor Tim Healy. Learn about Greg's related lecture given at PARC.
ENGR 340 - 01 Distributed and Renewable Energy for the Developing World
This course surveys energy engineering and entrepreneurship in emerging market countries, with an emphasis on strategies for coping with the absence of a grid. It analyzes strategies for energy generation, transmission and storage at household, community and regional scales drawing from sector and case studies in the developing world.
Books and Resources
Solar Energy-Related Engineering and Entrepreneurship in Emerging Market Countries - students and business leaders mingle before Dr. Smestad's talk - more
Greg and students in front of the Kennedy Classrooms, Winter Quarter 2016
Greg with students, Winter Quarter 2015
Fall Quarter 2013; Greg with students
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