I taught several courses on nuclear waste policy, energy analysis, and sustainability assessment at various universities, including Stanford University and the Autonomous University of Barcelona. I also trained and mentored many graduate students and young professionals.
Course: “Managing Nuclear Waste: Technical, Political and Organizational Challenges” (INTLPOL266, International Policy and GEOLSCI266, Geological Sciences). I designed and taught the course under the supervision of Prof. Rodney C. Ewing. (30 contact hours, 7 graduate students). Teaching certificate and student evaluations of the course available upon request.
Course: “Environmental Sociology” (UAB 101129, Sociology). Invited lecture. (50–55 undergraduate students)
Course: “Analysis of the Metabolic Pattern of Societies and Integrated Characterization of Energy Systems”. Training course taught to local lecturers as part of the PARTICIPIA knowledge-transfer project supported by EuropeAid.
Course: “Interdisciplinary Concepts on Environmental, Economic and Social Sustainability” (43068-M1). (15 ECTS, 50–55 graduate students). Teaching certificate available upon request.
Course: “Integrated Assessment of Alternative Energy Sources”. Training course taught to graduate students as part of the workshop “Theory and applications of Multi-scale Integrated Analysis of Societal and Ecosystem Metabolism (MuSIASEM)”. (13 graduate students)
Course “Energy Toolkit on the Supply Side”. Course taught to graduate students as part of the NETEP project supported by the Marie Curie Action “International Research Staff Exchange Scheme”. (15 graduate students)
Course “Environment and Society” (UAB 102805, Environmental Science). Invited lecture. (27 undergraduate students)