Prof. Kemal İnan finished his undergraduate and MSc in Electrical Engineering in Middle East Technical University in 1966; completed another MSc in Automatic Control in University of Warwick in 1967; and finished his PhD in Electrical Engineering in University of California at Berkeley in 1970.
Among many of his past areas of interest are application of control theory to electrical power system optimization and economics; discontinuous system theory; theories and applications of verification and testing for software and digital hardware in electronic computers.
His main area of interest currently is the subject of “Information and Technological Unemployment”.
He worked as a lecturer at METU Electrical Engineering and at EECS Department of UCLA Berkeley between 1970 and 1998. He was the founder dean of Sabancı University’s Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences from 1998 to 2007. He currently continues his lectures as Professor Emeritus in Sabancı University.