The 2016 Climate Challenge hackathon (hack4climate) is organized by IGAD Climate Prediction and Application Centre (ICPAC) in partnership with United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), ResilientAfrica Network (RAN), University of Nairobi (UoN), Safaricom and Kenya Airways.

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Ethiopia
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Mr. Gathoni is a Lecturer at the Physics Department and a member of the Electronics and Applied Laser research groups. He is currently pursuing his PhD. He recently presented a seminar at the department entitled "Fuzzy sliding mode techniques for photovoltaic systems under partial shading" which was attended by members of staff and students alike.

gathoni phd seminar



Location
CBPS, Physics Department
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Dr. Justus SimiyuThe World Energy Day (WED) is observed yearly on October 22nd to  raise  awareness  of  global  energy-related  issues. This year, the WED event was organized by Eenovators Ltd, at the Business School, Strathmore University. The climax of these events is the World Energy Forum that was held in New York (UN Headquarters) from October 20 to 22 whose theme this year was “2030 Development Agenda and Energy for All”.

Dr. Justus Simiyu is Senior Lecturer and Lead trainer in Photovoltaic sizing, installation and maintenance at the Department of Physics, UoN. He is passionate about energy conservation, innovation and development in areas of renewable energy, specifically Photovoltaics, which is his area of research. On this event, Dr. Simiyu gave a talk entitled "RENEWABLE ENERGY: GLOBAL TRENDS, EMERGING MARKETS AND
TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS
".



Location
School of Business, Strathmore University
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REACH is a seven-year global research programme (2015-2022) led by Oxford University with University of Nairobi as one of its international consortium of partners and funded with UK aid from the UK Government to improve water security for the poor by delivering world-class science that transforms policy and practice.



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Department of Geology
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The Africa Spectral Imaging Network (AFSIN) is an active collaboration between physicists in eight African countries (Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Kenya, Mali, Senegal and Togo) and one Asian country (Sri Lanka). The network has received International Science Programme (ISP) support since 2011.

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Physics Department
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