Amare Assefa to provide research support for the CESET project
Amare Assefa holds a B.Sc and M.sc. degree in Electrical Power Engineering from Addis Ababa University (AAU). Currently, he is a PhD student on a joint program in the University de Lorraine, France and AAU. Amare is a lecturer in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Addis Ababa Institute of Technology and AAU. He has been involved in several local and international collaborative research projects in the field of electrical power and renewable energy. Amare is a member of Ethiopian Electrical Engineers Society and his research interests are microgrid, renewable energy technologies and power system protection and reliability.
Amare will join the CESET team to provide research support to map the professional context of the energy learners and professional associations. Specifically, he will focus on the content of courses, who takes them, the quality, what happened to those who come out of these programmes i.e. the journey of graduates and usefulness of the courses undertaken. This will help to map the professional context of energy.