Clean Nuclear Energy

Dr. Alexander Cannara

11 a.m., November 22, 2020

At this Sunday’s Humanist Forum, Dr. Alexander Cannara will discuss “Clean Nuclear Energy”.

He will present the case for clean, safe nuclear energy.

Dr. Alexander Cannara is an electrical engineer, a software and networking consultant, and an educator. He spent 25 years in computer networking, 12 of those managing, developing and delivering technical training. He has taught courses in engineering, statistics, programming and networking at: Stanford, USF, International Technological University, and Golden Gate and Silicon Valley Universities. Alex has worked with local and national groups on energy and climate issues and on safe nuclear power.

Dr. Cannara holds a Ph.D. from Stanford University in Mathematical Methods in Educational Research and MS degrees in both EE and Statistics. He currently consults on environmental issues, especially on clean energy sources and advanced nuclear power. A description of issues is here:


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