Peter Zilahy Ingerman, PhD, FBCS - Consultants

We specialize in Computer, Human, and Systems Symbiosis... making all of the parts work together simply and smoothly for the benefit of all the parts!

Eclectic Guest Speaker

I have given a number lectures on a wide range of subjects at conferences and meetings. Some of the groups lectured for have enjoyed my talks enough to re-invite me as a speaker. I am also on call as an emergency back-up speaker for a couple of local organizations for their monthly meetings. More surprisingly, one of my talks to a small group at a local library resulted in my teaching a couple of classes in the adult ongoing education center at a local college.

**Lectures on the Y2K Problem were given to:
- Willingboro Rotary International, 1999
- Athey & Company, Accountants, 1999
- Fleet National Bank, 1999

**A lecture on computer security was given to:
- Willingboro Rotary International, 2000

**A lecture on calendrics was given to:
- Philadelphia Mensa, 2002

**Several articles as co-author with Dan Mabbutt, guide to Visual Basic
-'s Visual Basic site, 2003 and 2004

**A non-credit course on Thorne Smith was taught as part of the LIFE program of
- Burlington County College, 2003

**A non-credit course on Calendrics was taught as part of the LIFE program of
- Burlington County College, 2004

**Getting the Non-Joiner to Join
- Oral presentations made to IEEE Membership Development Group 2009, 2010, 2011
- Report printed in IEEE Membership Development Report, April 2010

For more details a list of my Publications and Lectures is available (about 2/3 of the way down page) at this link: