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Mr. Michael MensahMr. Michael Mensah

Lecturer, Department of Engineering

 

Contact:

Phone: 020-530-2333

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Education:

  • MSc. Electrical Engineering, Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, AL USA August 2011
  • BSc. Electrical Engineering, Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, AL USA August 2009
  • BSc. Physics (Geophysics), Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana June 2006

 

 

Brief Biography

Michael Mensah is an enthusiastic and innovative educator with a comprehensive knowledge in system modeling, designing, developing and maintaining control systems. He is self-motivated and creative thinker, consistently pursuing new challenges to expand abilities, and immensely contributes to knowledge capital development of 21st century student engineers. Having gained +6 years working experience with staff and students of diverse cultures and backgrounds abroad. He has since been working with Regent Ghana as a Lecturer and serving at the Departmental Associate concurrently.

 

Scholarly/Research Interests:

  • Control Systems and Designs.
  • Modeling and Simulation Analysis.
  • Renewable Energy Systems. 
  • Signal Processing and Designs

 

Courses Teaching/Taught at Regent University:

  • SIEL 4773 Digital Control Systems
  • SIEL 4622 Modeling, Simulation and Analysis
  • SIEL 4783 Mechatronics and Robotics
  • SIEL 4683 Digital Signal Processing and Filtering
  • SIEL 4592 Network and Matlab
  • SIEL 4672 Control Lab
  • SIEL 2662 Control Engineering
  • SIEL 2573 Digital Electronics

 

ACCOMPLISHMENTS 

Product Engineering, Tuskegee University

Design and simulation of Photovoltaic DC-DC Energy System for Grid integration

The project can be summarized as:

  • Modeling and simulation of photovoltaic panel
  • Design and implementation of DC-DC boost converter for photovoltaic system
  • Implementation of photovoltaic maximum power point tracking algorithm
    • Practical tests and Power loss analysis
    • Overall conversion efficiency of 93.8%

 

Membership of Professional Bodies:

  • National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), since 2010
  • Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), since 2010
  • Playing Tennis, Travelling and Volunteering

 

Recent Publications:

  • Michael Mensah ,Arbin Ebrahim, A Maximum Power Point Tracking For Solar Energy Systems, Tuskegee Alabama, USA, 2011
  • Michael Mensah, Sherry King Integrating Academic Enrichment Beyond the Classroom, Denver Colorado, USA, 2011

 

Selected Conferences

  • CURENT’, Sept, 2010, University of Tennessee.
  • ‘Noel Levitz Symposium on the Recruitment & Retention of Students of Color’,April 18-20, 2012 · Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel.
  • 31stAnnual Conference on The First-Year Experience’, Feb 20,2012 San Antonio Texas