Ajay Jamodkar is from India. He pursued his Bachelor of Technology at the Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, India. He currently works as an engineer at Oracle India Development Center in Hyderabad, India. Mr. Jamodkar will pursue a two year master’s degree in Electrical Sustainable Energy at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands.
Thi Thuy Nga Phung is from Vietnam. She pursued her Bachelor of Engineering at Kyushu University, Japan. She will pursue a two year master’s degree in Sustainable Energy Technology at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. Following her studies, she wishes to use her knowledge to develop wind energy projects in her home country.
Tasnim Harun Shamma is an electrical and electronics engineer from BRAC University in Bangladesh. She will pursue a postgraduate program in Renewable Energy at the University of Oldenburg, Germany. Upon the completion of her studies, she wishes to return home and implement renewable energy projects to reduce the air pollution from which her country is currently suffering.
Nemer Abusamha is a mechanical engineer from the Eastern Mediterranean University, Cyprus. He will pursue a Master of Science in Sustainable Technology at the University of Twente. He is strongly committed to the development of his country and will return to promote sustainable energy in the various universities in his home country.
Cristina Dominguez is from Guatemala where she obtained a Bachelor in Civil Engineering at Universidad del Valle, Guatemala. She has been accepted to the European Joint Masters in Management and Engineering of Environment and Energy at the ME3 consortium. She is currently working on a project that will rehabilitate one of the major roads in her home country. Her main role in the project is the hydrological and hydraulic studies of the rivers that interfere with the project. She is committed to returning to Guatemala and creating her own company for the promotion of sustainable energy and to help in the reduction of electricity prices.
Christopher Mbah is from the Nigeria where he obtained a Bachelor in Electrical Engineering. He will pursue a two-year Master in Electrical Engineering and Renewable Energy Systems at Leeds University. Following his studies, he wishes to develop and install cost-effective solar power systems in rural and off-grid communities for health centres and schools.
Filmon Abraham Weldesilassie is from Eritrea where he obtained a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering with excellent grades. He will pursue a one-year Master in Sustainable Electrical Power at Brunel University London. He intends to return to his country and work on introducing renewable energies biomass as an alternative source of energy.