• Guest Editor – 2016-2017 – Special Issue of Applied Energy on Biomass Feedstock.
  • Associate Editor – 2009-2018 – Canadian Biosystems Engineering Journal.
  • Voting Member – 2008-2013 – Awards Committee – The Canadian Society of Bioengineering (CSBE/SAGAB).
  • Regional Director-Alberta – June 2009-July 2013 - The Canadian Society of Bioengineering (CSBE/SAGAB).
  • Chair - August, 2011-July 2012 - Renewable Power Generation Committee (SE-414), Structures and Environment Division, The American Society of Agriculture and Biological Engineers (ASABE).
  • Chair – June, 2010-July 2012 – Awards Committee - The Canadian Society of Bioengineering (CSBE/SAGAB).
  • Vice Chair – June, 2010-August, 2011 –– Renewable Power Generation Committee (SE-414), Structures and Environment Division, The American Society of Agriculture and Biological Engineers (ASABE).
  • Vice Chair – June, 2009-June, 2010 – Awards Committee - The Canadian Society of Bioengineering (CSBE/SAGAB).
  • Secretary - June, 2009-June, 2010 –– Renewable Power Generation Committee (SE-414), Structures and Environment Division, The American Society of Agriculture and Biological Engineers (ASABE).
  • Past Chair - June, 2008-present –– Renewable Power Generation Committee (SE-414), Structures and Environment Division, The American Society of Agriculture and Biological Engineers (ASABE).
  • Chair - June, 2007-June 2008 –– Renewable Power Generation Committee (SE-414), Structures and Environment Division, The American Society of Agriculture and Biological Engineers (ASABE).
  • Vice Chair - July, 2006-June, 2007 –– Renewable Power Generation Committee (SE-414), Structures and Environment Division, The American Society of Agriculture and Biological Engineers (ASABE).
  • Secretary - July, 2005-July, 2006 –– Renewable Power Generation Committee (SE-414), Structures and Environment Division, The American Society of Agriculture and Biological Engineers (ASABE).
  • OrganizerAugust, 2005-September, 2005 - An educational trip to Finland in collaboration with the leading biomass boiler manufacturer, Kvaerner Power Inc, North Carolina, USA and a leading research institute of Finland, VTT, for a group of delegates representing British Columbia’s Ministry of Forests, BC Hydro, Edmonton Power Company (Epcor), and Tolko (a forestry company). The trip involved a visit to the 240 MWe biomass power plant in Finland (the largest in the world) and forestry operations for large scale biomass collection.