Hamisu Adamu Dandajeh is an Energy Consultant, a Climate Change Expert and a Thermofluid lecturer at the Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria, Nigeria. He graduated with a First-Class degree in Mechanical Engineering in the year 2010 from ABU, Zaria. He later obtained his MSc (distinction) in sustainable Energy Systems in 2013 from Queen Mary University of London, UK and a PhD degree in Combustion and Air pollution control in 2018 from the University College London (UCL), UK. He was within the top 1% of his class in ABU and the best student in his MSc class at the Queen Mary University of London with a perfect CGPA of 5.0 out of 5.0. Dandajeh was among the only few that completed their PhD in less than 3 years at UCL since the establishment of the University in 1826.
Dandajeh is a fellow of the MIT-ETT, USA, a member of: i) Aerosol Society, UK, ii) Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) and iii) Nigerian Institute of Management Chartered (NIM). He is a registered Engineer with COREN, Nigeria. Dandajeh has published many papers in reputable peer review journals and has attended several local and international conferences including those organised by Universities like Cambridge, Harvard, and MIT. He has received travel grant in March 2020 from the Royal Academy of Engineering, UK to participate on Problem Based Learning: Teaching Engineers to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Dandajeh has attended several leadership and entrepreneurship training organized by the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI), USA and the British Council, UK.
As part of his community selfless service, Dandajeh has been engaged, over a decade, in free teaching and mentoring, especially of indigent students, preparing them for WAEC/NECO/UTME examinations at the Refresher Course Programme in T/wada Zaria of Kaduna State.
Dandajeh loves reading, writing, and gardening in a green environment and his goal looking forward to KIF programme, is to contribute his quota in grooming some critical mass of the next generation scientists, engineers, and entrepreneurs, who will assist in not only solving local and global problems, but also make their presence visible at the global stage. He also looks forward to learning a lot on policy making and implementation in the Nigerian public sectors.