Dr Michael Dioha is a Postdoctoral Research Scientist in the Carnegie Institution for Science’s Department of Global Ecology at Stanford University, USA. Dioha conducts research to advance solutions that respond to today's most pressing energy challenges.
His research revolves around energy-environment-economic (E3) modeling, the quantification of energy/climate scenarios, as well as interdisciplinary issues in energy, environment, and development, especially in Africa. Dioha has published several scholarly articles in peer-reviewed journals as well as professional engagements with stakeholders in international energy symposiums. He consults for renowned international organizations including the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). He also has experience in leadership at national and international levels, and he is a member of many professional bodies including the Society for International Development (SID). Dioha holds an interdisciplinary PhD in Energy & Environment and a BSc in Mechanical Engineering (First Class Honours). Outside of work, Dioha enjoys playing soccer, running, and art.