Interests: New Energy, Tesla
Kenneth L. Corum: B.A. in Physics from Gordon College (1976) and graduate work in Electrical Engineering at the University of Massachusetts.
After graduating from Gordon, Mr. Corum taught Physics and General Science at Franklin High School, Franklin, MA. Subsequently, he entered private industry and has taught computer electronics, digital techniques, and software engineering, for Compugraphic Corporation, ATEX, Inc., and Sun Microsystems, in England, France, Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Russia, and across the US. He was also employed by the Microwave Semiconductor Division of Varian Associates in Beverly, MA where he developed RF semiconductor devices. Mr. Corum was Director of the Commercial TV Satellite Division of Pinzone Communications, he was a software consultant with Hewlett-Packard, and he is now a Staff Consultant for Sun Microsystems, Burlington, MA.
He is the recipient of many industrial and teaching awards. His fundamental work on the electromagnetic generation of ball lightning has been published in Russian by the Soviet Academy of Sciences. He spoke by invitation in Novi Sad and in Belgrade as a guest of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts in 1993. Mr. Corum has co-authored six books and published more than sixty technical papers, and he is listed in Outstanding Young Men of America and in American Men and Women of Science.