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Congratulations To Three (3) GSTS Alumni Featured Among Top Ghanaian Scientists Listed on FamousFix

By Christopher Sam
General News Left to right: late Prof. Kwesi Akwansah Andam, Dr. Ashitey Trebi-Ollennu and Dr. Alexander Anim-Mensah
JUN 13, 2022 LISTEN
Left to right: late Prof. Kwesi Akwansah Andam, Dr. Ashitey Trebi-Ollennu and Dr. Alexander Anim-Mensah

FamousFix (Ghanaian scientists - FamousFix.com list) among others list Ghanaians who are making great contributions in various fields around the globe, and it is HyperCitigh’s partial mandate to showcase some of these great people for the youth to emulate. Currently, we all know the necessity of good role models for grooming our youths. Role modeling is a necessity for today’s Ghanaian youths and the above is only a snapshot of the many we seek to showcase to encourage our youths that, this not far from them which they can do exceedingly more. In this era of misinformation, peer pressure, among other social vises we all have the obligation to steer our youth in the right direction not to fall them on the wrong path.

Moreover, we as Ghanaians, Africans, and black people as a whole need to learn to appreciate celebrating our own; young and old, dead and alive, small and big contributions and achievements, etc., they all add to the overall developmental and encouragement pie. Ghana Secondary Technical School (GSTS) was chosen for this publication because it is one of the Ghanaian STEM high schools with a track record in the sciences and technical fields.

Late Professor Kwesi Akwansah Andam

Kwesi Akwansah Andam was a professor, and former Vice Chancellor of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. He was a PhD in Structural Engineering Computer Aided Design (CAD) Division at Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne in the United Kingdom. Professor Andam by contributions authored over 100 science books and papers mostly in field of structural engineering and was involved in many major construction projects in Ghana and elsewhere.

The below are some links to read more about him.

Dr. Ashitey Trebi-Ollennu

Ashitey Trebi-Ollennu is a robotics engineer at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the chief engineer and technical group leader for the mobility and manipulation group at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He has been associated with various NASA Mars missions, notably the Mars Rover and InSight projects.

He had his bachelor’s in engineering (BEng) in Avionics at the Queen Mary University of London and PhD in Control Systems Engineering at the School of Engineering and Applied Science, Royal Military College of Science, Cranfield University in the UK.

The below are some links to read more about him.

Alexander Anim-Mensah

Dr. Anim-Mensah is a PhD Chemical Engineer who made contributions to the membrane science and technology field among others defining a new membrane separation dimensionless number being explored for insight for membrane design, development, testing, and performance prediction. He is an inventor, author and involved with over thirty (30) patents relating to machines, devices and efficient use of energy, water, and chemicals. Among his specializations are Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management, Intellectual Property Law & Policy, Business Strategy, Global Energy Business, and Marketing Mix Implementation. He co-authored two (2) books, two (2) books chapters, and several technical papers in the field of membrane science & technology and biomedical applications. Dr. Anim-Mensah is a Distinguish Patent Fellow.

The below are some links to read more about him.

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