Invited keynote and research lectures

E.J. Weckman (2010), “Fire Science and the Fire Service”, Research Lecture, Invitational Training Program for Advanced Japanese Research Institutes, Global COE Program, Center for Education and Research on Advanced Fire Safety Science and Technology in East Asia, Tokyo University of Science, Tokyo, Japan, March.

E.J. Weckman and D. Torvi (2008), “The Emerging Field of Fire Safety Engineering: Partnerships in Research and Education”, Keynote for Canadian Section/Combustion Institute STM, Toronto, May.

E.J. Weckman (2008), “Fire Research and Education: Canadian Experiences”, Keynote for 3rd International Symposium: 21st Century of Excellence Program: Building Centers of Excellence in Research and Education in Fire Safety Science, Tokyo University of Science, Tokyo, Japan, March.

E.J. Weckman and D. Torvi (2008), “Foam Fire Testing: Some Issues and Results”, CIB-WO14 Fire, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, September.

E. Weckman (2006), “Large-Scale Hydrocarbon Pool Fires in Crosswind”, 3rd Annual Workshop on Fire Modeling, Albuquerque, NM, May.

Technological transfer workshops/graduate/professional short courses

'Canadian Perspectives on Research and Education in Support of Fire Resilient Societies' (2019), professional workshop, University of Waterloo Fire Research Group, March, Waterloo, Ontario.

‘Fire Modeling’ (2010), modular graduate course for Invitational Training Program for Advanced Japanese Research Institutes, Global COE Program, Center for Education and Research on Advanced Fire Safety Science and Technology in East Asia, April, Tokyo University of Science, Tokyo, Japan (6 modules, 9 hours).

‘An Overview of Fire Modeling’ (2009), professional short course for CFSA (Canadian Fire Safety Association), November, Toronto, Ontario (4 modules, 7 hours).

‘An Overview of Performance Based Analysis of Compartment Fires’ (2009), professional short course developed by applicant for APEGBC (Assoc. Professional Engineers/Geologists BC), May, Vancouver (4 modules, 7 hours).

‘Objective Based Design: Core Knowledge Requirements for Code Implementation' (2004), APEGBC/Society of Fire Protection Engineers, June, Vancouver, BC.