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Bachelor of Solar Engineering(BaSE) 

What is the program about?

Almost all experts agree that photovoltaic – the conversion of sun energy into electrical energy will be one of the most important energy suppliers on earth. Worldwide, the number of photovoltaic installations is growing from year to year.
In Ghana, solar energy is on top of the agenda. In 2015, the President’s Rooftop Solar PV initiative was announced. The Ministry of Power, through the Energy Commission, is implementing a Rooftop Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Programme in the country. As of today, a number of rooftop solar systems of different capacities have been installed under different scenarios including the use of Net Meters which will enable the beneficiaries to sell electricity generated from solar systems back to the distribution companies who will credit the beneficiary with the supply. (The Energy Commission, Ghana, 2015)
To ensure Ghana has the skilled specialists for the manufacturing and application of photovoltaic components and systems, Ghana Technology University College offers a Solar Engineering programme (academic title Bachelor of Engineering). This is a collaborative programme between GTUC and Anhalt University of Applied Sciences in Germany. It is a quality German bachelor degree fully provided in Ghana and adapted to the domestic requirements.
Students will learn about the basics and application of the natural and engineering sciences, get an introduction into photovoltaic technology basics, and learn about the handling of solar cells and solar module implementation into conventional and new energy systems. Solar thermal systems are another subject of the programme. Furthermore, students will learn about presentation skills and get knowledge on the economy.
Graduates of the Bachelor programme will be awarded the academic title Bachelor of Engineering of Anhalt University of Applied Sciences.

What is the programme duration?

The programme has a regular duration of 3-years (6 semesters). Students will receive 180 Credits in total for the programme. The programme starts every year in September & January.  

Programme modules:

Semester 1 (30 Credits)

  • Mathematics 1
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Technical Mechanics 1
  • Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering 1

Semester 2 (30 Credits)

  • Mathematics 2
  • Introduction into Photovoltaic
  • Physics of Solar Cells
  • Fundamentals of Material Engineering
  • Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering 2
  • Technical Mechanics 2

Semester 3 (30 Credits)

  • Measurement and Control Technology
  • Production Technology
  • Thermodynamics and Fluid Dynamics
  • Fundamentals of Informatics
  • Solar Thermal Systems
  • Computer Aided Design

Semester 4 (30 Credits)

  • Elective Module I
  • Soft Skills
  • Solar Modules
  • Fundamentals of Electrochemistry
  • Power Electronics
  • PV Systems in Theory and Practice 1

Semester 5 (30 Credits)

  • Environmental Management
  • Fundamentals of Automation
  • Elective Module II
  • PV Systems in Theory and Practice 2
  • Team Project
  • Professional Traineeship

Semester 6 (30 Credits)

  • Professional Traineeship
  • Technical Business Management (online)
  • Bachelor Thesis

Elective Modules
Semester 3

  • Physics of Solar Cells 2
  • Energy storage systems

Semester 4

  • Solar Thermal Systems 2
  • Solar Water Disinfection

Semester 5

  • Solar Drying
  • Statistical Design of Experiments

Tuition

The programme tuition is 4,500 GBP or its cedi equivalent.

Breakdown
First year: 1,700 GBP
Second year: 1,500 GBP
Third year: 1,300 GBP

Will Anhalt lecturers come to teach at the partner university?

Anhalt lecturers might come for some lectures at GTUC. However, this is not fixed.  

What kind of career does the Bachelor of Solar Engineering prepare you for?

The programme offers multiple professional working areas. The demand for engineers in this field is along the whole value chain of photovoltaic, for example in research and development, engineering, construction, system manufacturing, quality assurance, commissioning and sales of solar cells and solar plants. With the Bachelor studies, students receive their first higher education degree qualifying for entry to a profession. With the Bachelor Degree students can start into professional life or continue their studies with a Master program.  

How to apply

What requirements must be fulfilled to get admission?

SSSCE / WASSCE – credit passes in core English, core Mathematics, Integrated Science and three (3) elective subjects relevant to the chosen programme with aggregate 24/36 or better. ‘A’ Level – credits in at least five (5) subjects at the GCE ‘O’ Level (or its equivalent) including English and Mathematics, plus at least two (2) passes in the relevant subjects at the ‘A’ Level. International Baccalaureate (IB) / Diploma with Proficiency in English Language. Advanced Business Certificate Examination (ABCE) with passes in three (3) compulsory subjects, plus three (3) optional subjects relevant to the programme of study. **Stage 1 of ACCA, ICA, Associate, Chartered Institute of Bankers (ACIB), Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM), with credits at GBCE or GCE ‘O’ Level including English Language and Mathematics. **City & Guilds Technician Diploma/Advanced Diploma in relevant area of study. Foreign applicants and all others who have any of the above qualifications, or their equivalent, from an accredited/recognized institution can apply. American Grade 12 School Certificate Higher National Diploma (HND) relevant to the programme of study from a recognized Polytechnic with at least Second Class (lower division) Verifiable Diplomas relevant to the programme of study from accredited tertiary institutions. These will be assessed on an individual basis. **Applicants with these qualifications should verify their results with the National Accreditation Board (NAB). 

  • ‘O’ Level/ ‘A’ Level applicants who have attained the age of 25 years or above at the time of applying and have credits in five (5) GCE ‘O’ Level subjects including English Language and Mathematics. In addition, applicants must pass an entrance examination or interview.
  • SSSCE/WASSCE applicants who have credits in three ( 3 ) core subjects including English, Mathematics, Integrated Science plus three (3) electives relevant to the chosen programme.

In addition to the completed admission forms, students are also expected to present

  • Application fee
  • Two passport sized pictures
  • Official results slip/card/transcript

Mature Applicants

  • Be 25 years of age or above at the time of applying.
  • Show proof of age (Birth, Baptismal, Passport etc)
  • Should pass an entrance examination; Maths English & General Paper.

How to verify this programme at Anhalt

Kindly visit the link below to verify information from Anhalt.
http://www.emw.hs-anhalt.de/www/menschen/professoren/prof-dr-h-bergmann/bachelor-of-solar-engineering-base.html

Studying at Anhalt University of Applied Sciences
How big is the university?

How many campuses and students?

The Anhalt University of Applied Sciences offers innovative teaching and research at international level and with international quality of life at three sites in Bernburg, Dessau and Köthen. 65 Bachelor’s and Master’s courses in seven departments prepare over 7,900 students – including 1,900 international students – for one thing above all: a successful start to their careers.  

Contact –Anhalt University of Applied Science

Prof. Dr. Henry Bergmann E-Mail: Fachberater.ST@emw.hs-anhalt.de

Contact – GTUC

Main Campus Location:

Off the Kwame Nkrumah Circle – Nsawam Road, adjacent to the Police Training School, Tesano, Accra. P.M.B. 100, Accra North  

Accra (Tesano)

Telephone: 0302 200611, 221446, 221412  

Nungua Learning Centre

Telephone: 0302979381 / 0202625792 / 0501408371/2

 Abeka Campus

Telephone: 0302252541  

Ho Campus

Telephone: 0362028835 / 0505663496 / 0501561900  

Koforidua campus

Telephone: 0342196687 / 0501561940/2  

Kumasi Campus

Telephone: 03220 91197 / 0501341931 / 2

 Takoradi Campus

Telephone: 0202625794

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Diploma in Telecommunications Engineering

The Telecommunication Diploma Engineering programme is designed to provide students with the necessary skills, which would equip them for employment in network fault diagnosis, equipment repair and installations, service and network planning, within telecommunication companies. As such, subjects offered include transmission theory, telecommunications signaling, communication measurements and techniques, and advanced data communications. In addition, students would be exposed to basic telephony, networks and fundamentals of microprocessor.

The curriculum of the programme contains a sufficient number of electives that students can tailor their studies to their interests or pursue a minor. If the students’ interests lie in the applications of telecommunications equipment, opportunity exists to take courses from areas such as computer engineering technology and information technology. If students wish to pursue the management of telecommunications resources, a minor in business course can provide the necessary background for the challenges they will face as future telecommunications managers.

DTE Course Structure & Credit Hours

FIRST YEAR
Course Code First Semester Courses Credit Hours Course Code Second Semester Courses Credit Hours
TED 151 Engineering MathsI 3 TED 152 Engineering MathsII 3
TED 121 Basic Electronics 3 TED 123 Electrical Machines 3
TED 131 Computer Systems &Applications 3 TED 122 Digital Electronics 3
TED 113 Circuit Theory 3 TED 124 Analogue Communication 3
SSC 131 Moral &Ethics 2 TED 146 Instrumentation Measurements & Control 3
SSC 111 English I 2 ICT 132 Intro To Computer Programming 3
SSC 103 Study Skills 1 SSC 112 English II
SSC 121 Functional French 1 SSC 122 Functional French II 1
Total 18 Total 19

 

SECOND YEAR
Course Code First Semester Courses Credit Hours Course Code Second Semester Courses Credit Hours
TED 214 Engineering Maths III 3 TED 226 Intro To Satellite &Mobile Communication 3
TED 222 Digital Communication 3 TED 212 Data Comm & Computer Networking 3
TE 242 Micro Processors &Micro Controllers 3 SSC 246 Principles Of Entrepreneurship 2
TED 215 Optoelectronics &Optical Communication 3 SSC 288 African Studies 2
TED 246 Signals & Systems 3 TED 244 Industrial Training 1
TED 214 Microwave Technology 3
TED 222 Telephony &Switching 3
TED 242 Project 3
Total 15 Total 20

Bachelor Of Science in Computer Engineering

This program introduces students to basic engineering principles in electrical, electronics, communication, computer hardware and software.

The electrical, electronics and computer industries have seen rapid developments in recent years and their convergence has created many new technologies and employment opportunities for graduates in this field. In this option, students will build a strong foundation in hardware and software, data communication, computer networking, and digital communication systems, multimedia applications as well as the emerging technologies.

The GTUC computer engineering program combines theoretical and practical aspects of computer science with hardware related aspects of engineering into a comprehensive course of study .Computer engineering students participate in a Cooperative Education Program in which an industrial internship during the fourth year of up to 6 months.

BCE Course Structure & Credit Hours

FIRST YEAR
Course Code First Semester Courses Credit Hours Course Code Second Semester Courses Credit Hours
GE 151 Engineering Maths I 3 GE 152 Engineering Maths II 3
GE 153 Circuit Theory 3 GE 154 Instrumentation & Measuring Techniques 3
INF 181 Microcomputer Systems & Application 3 GE 172 Electronics I 3
ICT III Principles of Computer Programming 3 GE 142 Engineering Drawing 3
SSC 131 Moral & Ethics 2 SSC 152 Basic Law 2
SSC 121 Functional French 2 SSC162 English Language 2
SSC 171 Sociology of Technology 2 SSC 172 Functional French 2
Total 18 Total 18

 

SECOND YEAR
Course Code First Semester Courses Credit Hours Course Code Second Semester Courses Credit Hours
GE 251 Engineering Maths III 3 GE 252 Engineering Maths IV 4
GE 273 Electronics II 3 GE 232 Micro Processor Interfacing 3
GE 253 Field Theory 3 GE 242 Signals & Systems 3
GE 222 Digital Electronics 3 SSC 252 Algorithm & Data Structure 3
INF 281 Introduction To Computer Programming C++ 3 SSC 262 Engineer & Society 2
SSC 211 Technical Communication Skills 2
Total 17 Total 15

 

THIRD YEAR
Course Code First Semester Courses Credit Hours Course Code Second Semester Courses Credit Hours
GE 351 Engineering Maths V 3 INF 384 Software Engineering 3
GE 321 Communications Electronics 3 INF 386 Compilers &Translators 3
GE 354 Control Theory 3 INF 388 Computer Security &Disaster Discovery 3
GE 341 Electromagnetic Wave Theory 3 INF 380 Data Base System 3
SSC 351 Basic Economics 2 SSC 344 African Studies 1
SSC 361 Principles Of Accounting &Management 2
Total 16 Total 13

 

FOURTH YEAR
Course Code First Semester Courses Credit Hours Course Code Second Semester Courses Credit Hours
INF 481 Java Technology 3 INF 484 Advanced Computer Architecture 3
CE 473 Vlsi&Embeded Systems 3 TEL 432 Data Communication &Comp Ntwk 3
TEL 354 Advanced Micro Processors 3 SSC 472 Principles Of Entrepreneurship 3
INF 483 Operating Systems 3 CE 494 Final Project II 5
CE 461 Project I 3
TELL 441 Research Methodology 3
Supervised Industrial Training & Attachment 1
Total 19 Total 14

Bachelor of Science in Telecommunication Engineering

This program prepares students for exciting careers in this dynamic field. Through classroom and laboratory experience, they gain in-depth knowledge of the components and systems that make up the global telecommunications network. Starting with Engineering Mathematics, Electronics, Digital Logic Design and basis in Computing, students go on to learn about the infrastructures (devices and media) that transport and direct communication signals through telecommunications networks. The Telecommunication Engineering Programme includes a thorough teaching in the areas of communication systems, electromagnetic, antennas & propagation, digital & data communications, etc.

Students become familiar with current technologies and develop the tools they will need to work with emerging technologies. The program emphasizes analytical methods to plan and design networks to meet the goals of quality, reliability, and cost. Students also learn about the policies and regulations that have shaped the telecommunications industry around the world.
Students registered in the Bachelor in Telecommunication Engineering programme must complete a minimum of 142 credits during 4 years of full-time study.

COURSE STRUCTURE AND CREDIT HOURS

FIRST YEAR

Course Code First Semester Courses Credit Hours Course Code Second Semester Courses Credit Hours
GE 151 Engineering Maths I 3 GE 152 Engineering Maths II 3
GE 153 Circuit Theory 3 GE 154 Instrumentation & Measuring Techniques 3
INF 181 Microcomputer Systems & Application 3 GE 172 Electronics I 3
ICT III Principles of Computer Programming 3 GE 142 Engineering Drawing 3
SSC 131 Moral & Ethics 2 SSC 152 Basic Law 2
SSC 121 Functional French 2 SSC162 English Language 2
SSC 171 Sociology of Technology 2 SSC 172 Functional French 2
Total 18 Total 18

SECOND YEAR

Course Code First Semester Courses Credit Hours Course Code Second Semester Courses Credit Hours
GE 251 Engineering Maths III 3 GE 252 Engineering Maths IV 4
GE 273 Electronics II 3 GE 232 Micro Processor Interfacing 3
GE 253 Field Theory 3 GE 242 Signals & Systems 3
GE 222 Digital Electronics 3 SSC 252 Algorithm & Data Structure 3
INF 281 Introduction To Computer Programming C++ 3 SSC 262 Engineer & Society 2
SSC 211 Technical Communication Skills 2
Total 17 Total 15

THIRD YEAR

Course Code First Semester Courses Credit Hours Course Code Second Semester Courses Credit Hours
GE 351 Engineering Maths V 3 TEL 312 Information Theory 3
GE 321 Communications Electronics 3 TEL 322 Communication Networks 3
GE 354 Control Theory 3 TEL 332 Analogue Communication 3
GE 341 Electromagnetic Wave Theory 3 TEL 342 Digital Signal Processing 3
SSC 351 Basic Economics 2 TEL 352 Microwave Devices 3
SSC 361 Principles Of Accounting &Management 2 Tel 342 Microwave Components &Circuits 3
Total 16 Total 18

FOURTH YEAR

Course Code First Semester Courses Credit Hours Course Code Second Semester Courses Credit Hours
TEL 411 Digital Communication 3 TEL 412 Mobile &Satellite Communication 3
TEL 421 Antenas& Propagation Of Radio Waves 3 TEL 422 Optoelectronics &Optical Communication 3
TEL 441 Research Methodology &Seminar Presentation 3 Project Works Ii 3
TEL 451 Supervised Industrial Trainnig /Attachment 1 TEL 432 Electives
TEL 431 Data Communication & Computer Networks 3 1.Radar Systems Design &Analysis 3
TEL 461 Project Works I 3 2.Multimedia System Designs &Analysis
3.Emerging Technologies
Total 16 Total 12

BTE-TOP UP Course Structure & Credit Hours

SECOND YEAR THIRD YEAR
Course Code Second Semester Courses Credit Hours Course Code First Semester Courses Credit Hours
TEL 252 Engineering MathsIII 3 TEL 311 Engineering Maths IV 3
TEL 286 Intro To Computer Programming 3 TEL 371 Digital Communication 3
TEL 211 Electronics III 3 TEL 386 Microprocessor System& Interfacing 3
TEL 258 Electromagnetic Wave Theory 3 TEL 316 Microwave Devices 3
TEL 272 Analogue Communication 3 TEL 317 Control Theory 3
TEL 254 Signals &Systems 3 TEL 373 Communication Electronics 3
SSC234 Moral &Ethics 1
SSC 388 African Studies 1
Total 20 Total 18

 

THIRD YEAR FOURTH YEAR
Course Code Second Semester Courses Credit Hours Course Code First Semester Courses Credit Hours
TEL 321 Engineering Maths V 3 TEL 441 Research Methodology &Seminar Presentation 3
TEL 322 Communication Networks 3 TEL 425 Mobile &Satellite Communication 3
TEL 323 Microwave Components &Circuits 3 Antenna &Propagation 3
TEL 325 Digital Signal Processing 3 Data Comm&Computer Networks 3
SSC 321 Basic Econs ,Accounting & Management 3 TEL 497 Project I 4
TEL 373 Engineer &Society 1
Total 16 Total 16

FOURTH YEAR

Course Code Second Semester Courses Credit Hours
TEL 474 Optoelectronics &Optical 3
TEL 446 Emerging Technology 3
TEL 498 Project II 6
Total  12

ashitey

Theophilus Amartey Ashitei

Contact: Mobile 0203003427

Email tashitei@yahoo.com

Office Location:  Main Campus Tesano

Status in the University: Lecturer

Professional Background:

Educational background (degree/school)

MPhil, Physics (University of Ghana, Legon)

BSc, Physics (KNUST, Kumasi)

Advanced Technician Diploma: Electronics and Telecom Engineering (City and Guilds, London)

Scholarly (Research) Interests

Photonics and Electromagnetic

Brief Biography

Christian, Married with Three children
Taught at Amaniampong Secondary, Accra High, Galaxy International Schools and Worked with Ghana Telecom/Vodafone for 13 years.

Courses Teaching/Taught at GTUC

  • Electronics,
  • Eng.  Mathematics,
  • Circuit Theory,
  • Instrumentation,
  • Microwave Components and circuits,
  • Microwave Technology, Field Theory,
  • Wave Theory

Other Academic Pursuits (Consultancies, Conference Presentations etc)

Represented GTUC at an ITUT Conference in Accra in 1998.

kwasifrimpong

Samuel Akwasi Frimpong

Contact:

Mobile: 0501408350

Email: sfrimpong@gtuc.edu.gh

Office Location: Faculty

Status in the University: Lecturer

Professional Background

Educational background (degree/school

MSc. Microelectronics & Wireless Systems

BSc. Telecommunications Engineering

DNIIT-Professional Diploma-Information Technology

Scholarly (Research) Interests

  1. Cloud Computing,
  2. Wireless Sensor Networks,
  3. Embedded System,
  4. Big Data and Internet of things.

Memberships of Professional Bodies

Member of National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)

Member of Internet Society Ghana Chapter

Courses Teaching/Taught at GTUC

  • Microprocessor Systems and Interface
  • Electromagnetic Interference
  • Emerging Technologies
  • Data Communication and Networking

Other Academic Pursuits (Consultancies, Conference Presentations etc)

IEEE Information Technology 2015, Ghana Chapter

abubakar

Mrs. Ruhiya Abubakar

Contact:

Phone (office): 202-698334

Mobile: 0208324097

Email:rabubakar@gtuc.edu.gh or ruhi4win@yahoo.com

Office Location: Tesano Accra

Status in the University: Lecturer

Professional Background

Educational background (degree/school)

Degree in Telecom Engineering – Ghana Technology University College

Masters in Microelectronics and Wireless Systems Coventry University GTUC

Brief Biography

I am young energetic, smart and result-oriented lady, with an encouraging intellectual skill. I am creative, imaginative and innovative. My flexibility and adaptable mindset makes me a good team player who respects and upholds team objectives. My high sense of responsibility and trustworthiness makes me a quick learner. I am a Self-Motivated young lady who is committed to corporate values and who believes in continues improvement and serving my clients with diligence and humility.

Courses Teaching Taught at GTUC

Circuit Theory and Digital Communication

Emmanuel

Ing. Isaac Nii Teiko Okai

Contact:

Phone (office): 0302221412

Mobile: 0202698177

Email: iokai@gtuc.edu.gh

Office Location: Main Campus, Tesano

Status in the University: Lecturer

Professional Background

Educational background (degree/school)

Moscow Auto Mechanical Institute, Russia.

Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi.

University Of Ghana (UG), Legon

St Peters Senior High School, Nkwatia-Kwahu.

West Africa Secondary School, Accra.

 

Scholarly (Research) Interests

Differential Equations and Linear Systems.

Entrepreneurship Development

 

Memberships of Professional Bodies

Member, Ghana Institution of Engineers (GHIE)

Brief Biography

I Worked As A Mechanical Engineer With Ghana Telecom Company, Now Vodafone For Eighteen Years Before Joining Ghana Telecom University College, Now Ghana Technology University College As A Lecturer In The Faculty Of Engineering. I Was A Pioneer Lecturer Of The University College When It Started Operations In 2006. I Have Been Involve And Done Extensive Work In Shaping The Curriculum For Engineering Mathematics At The Department Of Telecom Engineering.

Courses Teaching/Taught at GTUC

Engineering Mathematics (I, II, III, IV & V)

Emmanuel

Emmanuel Kyere-Frempong

Contact:

Phone (office) +233 247 241608

Mobile +233 202 698181

Email efrempong@gtuc.edu.gh

Office Location:  Block A Room 1

Status in the University: Lecturer (Faculty of Engineering)

Professional Background

Educational background (degree/school)
Kyere-Frempong Emmanuel is enriched with M.Sc. Energy Technology from Gävle University, Sweden, B.Eng. Production and Operational Management from Arcada University of Applied Sciences, Finland, Professional Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain management from Arcada University of Applied Sciences, Finland, Mechanical Engineering Technician III and Technician Diploma in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering from City & Guilds of London Institute, and Specialized in Lean Operation, Total Productive Maintenance (TPM), 5S, Industrial Hydraulics & Pneumatics, Industrial Automation and Renewable Energy Technologies.

Scholarly (Research) Interests

  1. Energy Economics
  2. Alternative Energy sources (Renewable Energy)
  3. Energy Conservation (Industrial and Building Energy Management)
  4. Engineering Product Development and Design
  5. Sustainable Development
  6. Biodiesel production
  7. Measurements and Instrumentations
  8. Semiconductor Production Technology
  9. Industrial Control Systems (Automation)
  10. Artificial Intelligence

 

Memberships of Professional Bodies

Ghana Institute of Engineers

Brief Biography

With over 20 years industrial experience, I have been extremely resourceful internationally and locally in various roles of responsibilities such as Plant supervisor, Maintenance and Service Project Leader, Maintenance Engineer, Maintenance Manager, Production/Operations Manager, General Manager, Consultant and a Lecturer.

Courses Teaching/Taught at GTUC

  1. Instrumentations and Measurements
  2. Engineering Design and Drawing
  3. Renewable Energy Systems
  4. Electrical Machines
  5. Research and Methodology
  6. Engineers and Society
  7. Technical Report Writing
  8. Power Generation and Distribution

Other Academic Pursuits (Consultancies, Conference Presentations etc)

  1. I worked as an associate consultant to develop an innovative curriculum on solar PV Energy systems for Ghana Electrical Contractors Association (GECA). GTUC, COTVET/SDF sponsored project 2015.
  2. As one of the leading facilitators, I trained over 500 personnel of Ghana Electrical Contractors and Engineers (GECA) on how to Design, install and Maintain solar PV systems in five regions namely, (Volta, Eastern, Ashanti, Northern and Upper West) regions. A project sponsored and financed by COTVET/SDF based on the Government of Ghana’s energy policy of 10% renewable energy in the energy generation-mix by 2020.
  3. I supervise the production of all the High Voltage Transmision Cables for Bui Power project

emma mensah

Emmanuel Kwame Effah

Contact:  

Phone (office) 0501408351

Email: eeffah@gtuc.edu.gh

Office Location:  Block A, Room 7

Professional Background

Educational background (degree/school)

MSc. Advanced Control and Systems Engineering, the University of Manchester

BSc. Electrical and Electronic Engineering, KNUST

Solar Energy Technician Certificate, Deng Solar Energy Training Centre

Scholarly (Research) Interests:

Application of control theories in Power Systems, Renewable energy and its control (smart grid), Control of Harmonics and sub harmonics in Power Systems, Emerging control theories and applications eg. Model predictive control, Robust Control

Memberships of Professional Bodies

IEEE member

Member of the Control Society in IEEE

   Courses Teaching/Taught at GTUC

  • Control Theory
  • Signals and Systems
  • Electronics
  • Circuit Theory
  • Electrical Machines