of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; and Director of Energy
Services and Controls at Howard University, United States of America.
- – Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering in 1975 from Howard University.
Master’s degrees in systems engineering from the University of
Pennsylvania; and electrical engineering from Carnegie University.
- – Doctorate degree in electrical engineering from Howard University.
- – Life Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and Fellow of the Nigeria Society of Engineers.
- – Over three decades of teaching and research experience in power system, smart grid, optimisation and power communications.
- – 1987 recipient of the National Science Foundation-US White House Presidential Young Investigator Award.
- – Widely published scholar; has held several professional leadership positions in the academia.
The Presidential nomination has now gone to the Senate for confirmation.