CONSULTING AND TRAINING
HERE'S WHAT THEY'RE SAYING ABOUT BARBARA'S CLASSES:
"Ms. Grant was pleasant, well organized, and knowledgeable on the subject. I feel I was greatly benefited by my participation. I would certainly recommend this course to colleagues."
"I was very impressed with the professor's ability to concisely and fluidly explain the topic....Barbara Grant's explanation of radiometric terms has laid out a solid foundation for me to build on as I continue to learn."
--SPIE Defense and Security Symposium attendees, April 2012.
"I really liked it...it was challenging and made me think... Instructor worked very hard to tailor the course to our needs."
"Barbara is very knowledgeable of the topics she covered....Her teaching method is also very effective."
--NASA-JSC attendees, September 2011
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Training classes in radiometry and electro-optical engineering, in conference venues and courses specifically designed for your group
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A new product line offered by Lines and Lights Technology
The Disrupt! video teachings are a DVD series designed to bring scientific concepts behind important national issues to the public through multimedia presentations requiring science and mathematics knowledge at the high school level. And you'll just get smarter from there!
The series takes its name from the term’s Silicon Valley usage, in which the creation of a new market influences and changes conditions in an existing one. It is hoped that by educating individuals on basic technology concepts pertinent to today’s issues, that a new breed of intelligent political consumer will be forged, one having little patience for the pablum delivered as “truth” by media outlets clueless about science and technology.
The series’ initial offering is From a Different Angle: Infrared Reflectance and the Waco FLIR. In this presentation, electro-optical engineer and bestselling technology book author, Barbara Grant, examines some of the science behind the woefully inadequate, $17M, taxpayer-funded investigation into the tragedy at Waco, Texas in April of 1993, uncovering the scientific fallacies behind a conclusion that exonerated government officials in the deaths of nearly 80 men, women, and children.
Subsequent topics are planned to address additional aspects of infrared technology—including the infrared imagery that displayed the Boston bomber—and electromagnetic radiation.
Knowledge is power; power to the people. Disrupt!