Dr. Marie Chantal CYULINYANA


is a lecturer at the University of Rwanda, College of Science and Technology (UR-CST). She is currently a post doctorate fellow at university of Witwatersrand in Physics department working on modelling and optimization of solar energy technologies. She holds a PHD degree in Physics from university of Johannesburg. In addition to that, she holds a certificate in “Sustainable Energy: Design a Renewable Future”, and in energy efficiency. She has over ten (10) years of experience in teaching physics at the undergraduate level. She has been nominated as the International Nuclear Security Education Network (INSEN) Liaison Officer in Rwanda. She is an active researcher in physics and renewable energy fields, with more than six publications internationally recognized Journals (Cyulinyana_articles). She is a co-founder and current president of the Rwandan Association for Women in Science and Engineering RAWISE . She is a member of various national and International science organizations. Marie Chantal has been actively working towards gender equity in STEM-related fields by organizing and participating in workshops and mentoring activities. She is good at planning and coordinating scientific activities and managing large groups of people with different background.

-- KeteviAssamagan - 2021-04-07

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