Our Team

Francis Kudjoe

(Satellite Remote Sensing, Space Studies Expert and Astronomy enthusiast with expertise in science communication). Francis Kudjoe is a postgraduate of University of Bremen. He was the first Ghanaian to complete the professional Space Studies Program of 2016 (SSP16) of the International Space University (ISU). He finished his Masters by research in Environmental Physics with a

Emmanuel Proven-Adzri

Emmanuel Proven-Adzri is a postdoctoral fellow with the Ghana Radio Astronomy Observatory under the Ghana Space Science and Technology Institute of the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission in conjunction with the University of Leeds in the UK. He obtained his BSc in Physics from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi and later an

Rubby Aworka

Rubby Aworka is actively involved in astronomy outreach program in Ghana in collaboration with Ghana Space Science and Technology Institute and is pursuing a career to become an academia. She had her bachelor degree in Physics at the University of Ghana and her master’s at African Institute for Mathematical Sciences. Her master’s  research was in

Eugene Tetteh-Owusu Okwei

Mr. Okwei is currently a PhD student at the School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Leeds, UK and also a Physics / Science Lecturer at the Department of Science, Komenda College of Education, Komenda in Ghana. Mr. Okwei is a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society (FRAS) and also a member of other professional

Zeba Mubarak

Zeba Mubarak have his undergrad from the Department of Physics, University of Ghana, Legon. He had his national service at the Department of Physics, University of Ghana as a teaching assistant for one year. He is currently teaching Physics and Elective Mathematics at Hudai Tiwnikli International Ghana Senior High School. I have been part of

Matthais Asare-Darko

Entrepreneur
Profession: Entrepreneur Qualification: HND Automotive Engineering; Health, Safety & Environment (OSHA) Cohort 3 radio astronomy training Organization: Ghana Space Science & Technology Institute (GSSTI)

Seyram Ampofo

Computer Scientist
Profession: Computer Scientist Qualification: BSC. Mathematics/ICT MSC.Information Technology Cohort 3 radio astronomy training Organization: University of Education, University of Science and Technology, Ghana Space Science & Technology Institute (GSSTI)

Albert K. Forson

Mphil/PhD Research Student
Profession: Basic School Teacher & Electrical / Electronics Engineer Qualification: B.Sc(Hons) Electrical / Electronics engineering COHORT 3 Radio Astronomy Training Organization: Regional Maritime University, Ghana Space Science and Technology Institute (GSSTI)

Ebenezer Abotsi Seyram

Science Teacher
Profession: Science Teacher. Qualification: B.Sc (Hons) Physics and Cohort 3 radio astronomy training. Organization: University of Ghana, Legon
Joshua

Joshua Kalognia

Physicist/astronomer
Joshua is a Principal Technologist at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)-Institute for Scientific and Technological Information (INSTI). His focus is on research works in physics/astronomy, outreaches, science for development and science publications.

Sarah Abotsi-Masters

Science Communicator
Sarah is a science communicator, presenter and science enthusiast, delivering interactive sessions on science and astronomy in schools.

Francis Andorful

Remote Sensing Technician
A Geoinformation Scientist with a bachelors degree in Geography and resource development, and a master’s in Geo-information science, he has developed strong ability in conceptualizing how locational approach can enhance our effort in solving many of our everyday problems.