ANSOLE has an advisory board, which consists of the African participants of the Linz meeting whose name are given below.
They will assume this function for the next two years (2011-2013):
Prof. Teketel Yohannes, University of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Prof. Samir Romdhane, University of Bizerte, Tunisia
MSc Getachew Wokneh Adam, University of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Prof. Adelfattah Barhdadi, University of Rabat, Morocco
Prof. Ahmadou Wague, Université de Dakar, Senegal
Prof. Izzedine Zorkani, University of Fés, Morocco
Prof. César Kapseu, University of Ngaoundere, Cameroon
Prof. Amel BenFredj-Romdhane, University of Tunis, Tunisia
Dr. Adenike Boyo, Lagos State University, Nigeria
Prof. Thouakesseh Jérémie ZOUEU, Polytechnic Institute of Yamassoukro, Ivory Coast
Prof. Mouldi Miled, Executive Director of the "DESERTEC University Network", Tunisia
Prof. Malik Maaza, iThemba LABS, West Cape Province, South Africa
Prof. Mammo Muchie, SARCHI chair, South Africa
Prof. Daniel Ayuk Mbi Egbe, University of Linz, Austria
The main task of the advisory board ( as proposed by Professor Mammo Muchie) is to facilitate and promote the establishment of ANSOLE by supporting the coordinator in getting the African network to start research, exchange of researchers and training in Africa on solar energy.
The advisory board will promote in their various networks the formation of ANSOLE so that it acquires visibility and presence.
The advisory board will support the coordinator in fund raising activities.
The advisory board will encourage inter-African networks to set up work packages and research programs on solar energy research.
The advisory board will participate and assist in conferences, workshops and policy forums to advance solar energy training and research in Africa.
The advisory board will participate in dissemination of solar energy work coming from ANSOLE.
The advisory board will encourage scientists from the rest of the world to support inter-African networking on solar energy
The advisory board will feature ANSOLE and publish scientific output in multidisciplinary journals like AJSTID (ajstid.com) and in specialized journals on solar and renewable energies.
The advisory board will support the publication output from the ANSOLE African networks in a number of languages and will also facilitate virtual means of disseminating knowledge, research and innovation on solar energy.
Advisory board will encourage that knowledge, training and research output is fairly applied to build the renewable energy alternative to be a leading energy source in Africa given the unlimited abundance of sunshine. It will support ANSOLE's role to advocate for renewable energy.
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