Dr Chukwunyere Paul Everest Njoku
Reader (Associate Professor)
Environmental Technology Department
Federal University Technology Owerri
- 1994 – POSTDOCTORAL – Systems Approach to Energy Process Engineering & Environment – Indian Institute of Technology Delhi.
- 1992 – PhD – Energy Systems & Environmental Engineering – Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
- 1988 – M.PHIL – Energy Systems Engineering – University of Delhi, India.
- 1983 – MASTERS (First Class) – Energy Systems – JAWAHARLAL NEHRU University New Delhi, India.
- 1981 – B.Sc – Systems Energy – PANJABU University Chandigarh, North India.
Systems energy/petroleum environment engineering.
Authored/co-authored Over 30 Peer-reviewed Publications
- Njoku, P.C (2008) An energy system planning model for the industrial sector of Nigeria. Journal of Energy in southern Africa cape town, South Africa (JES) Vol.19.no.2 pp 25 – 28 www.erc,uct.ac.za
- Njoku P.C (2008) A system methodology for an energy planning model and renewable energy technologies for agriculture in Nigeria Journal of Energy in Southern Africa Cape Town- South Africa (JES) vol.19. no.3 pp. 30 – 34 www.erc.uct.ac.za
- Nigeria Legend of Courage Gold Award, 2013 Abuja.
- Nigeria merit Gold award NMGA 2013, for transparency and accountability, Abuja.
- Africa International Achievers Gold Award Accra Ghana 2015.
- A legacy of True leadership award 2012 Abuja.
- Young Scientists Award Accra Ghana.
- Zik Legacy prize for True leadership merit award by Save Africa Integrity Legacy network 2014 Abuja.
- 2018 Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime achievement award USA.
- Member, System Society India
- Member, Nigerian Environmental Society
- Member, Alternative energy society of Nigeria
- Member, Energy/Power systems society India
- Member, IEEE Engineering in Medicine Biology Society, India
- Member, Computing services centre and computing laboratory IIT Delhi.
- Member, Biomedical engineering society India
- Member, Governing council GMA Nigeria
- Fellows, FPA England & Wales, FCBN (MED ENG), FCMA, FIPDM, FIIA, FCIDA