Mr. Joseph Quansah , ANUC Lecture recognized among "The African Space Industry Top 10 Under 30 – Class 2019"
ANUC | July 23, 2019
Congratulations to one of our own, Mr. Quansah Joseph, a member of the GhanaSat-1 developers, technical member of the Space Systems Technology Laboratory-ANU-SSTL and a lecturer at the Electronics & Communications Eng. Department of the All Nations University has been recognized among the Top 10 Under-30 Young Professionals in the African Space Industry in commemorating the 50th year anniversary of Moon landing.
The emerging trends in technology are rapidly changing the world in which Space Science and Technology happens to be one of them. Space Science & Technology in the past decades has brought about revolutionary concepts and advances in long-distance communications. The unfolding potentials of this field can not be overemphasized. As such, the availability of trained and experienced manpower is tremendously appreciated.
With this, the African space industry made a deliberate decision to beam its spotlight on an elite category: Space professionals below the age of thirty. In this exclusive list of engineers, scientists, researchers,e.t.c, we have Mr. Joseph Quansah from All Nations University Space Systems Technology Laboratory, who has participated in both local and international space events and workshops. He is currently on a team helping to draft Ghana’s space policy, and together with his teammates, he has organized programs directed at the young and upcoming generation of engineers, researchers, and scientists, to promote space science and technology in Africa, and the world at large.
All Nations University College as an institution has firmly created an enabling environment for space-related activities to thrive in and thereby placing Ghana on the map of space-faring nations. These engineers have been highly motivated by the management of All Nations University to excel in a competitive space world and have been equipped with every good work.
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