Tatek Temesgen

Tatek Temesgen Terfasa (Ph.D.) is an assistant professor at Adama Science and Technology University. He obtained his B.Sc. degree in Chemical Engineering from Bahir Dar University in 2004 and MSc. in Chemical Engineering with a specialization in Environmental Engineering in 2008 from Addis Ababa University, Institute of Technology. He has completed his Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from Seoul National University, Korea in 2017. He worked as a production and Technique manager for five years (2004-2008). He also served as a founder department staff team and department head of the Chemical Engineering department of Adama Science and Technology University. He also served the university in different managerial capacities as a Director of Adama Institute of Sustainable Energies, Associate Dean for Research and Technology Transfer of the SoMCME, and Dean of SoMCME on top of serving as a senate member for the university in different period of times. He contributed to the Society of Chemical Engineers as an Excutive committee member in the capacity of Executive Secretary for two years (2012-2014) and elected for the third time to serve as an executive member. His specialization and research interests are in water & wastewater, bubble technology, Environment and industry. He has published articles in SCI journals and conferences proceedings. He won the Seoul National University deans list best researcher award of the 2016 in recognition of his high scholastic achievement sponsored by Brain Korea (BK21PLUS) research program for leaders activating next-generation values in infrastructure. His proposal for the World Water Forum 2015,  “water challenge” competition won a third level award. Besides his achievements, he has also participated as a consultant on different national projects including “The Ethiopian Manufacturing Industry Roadmap, Startegic plan and Institutional setup for the 2013-2025” and “Adama wind farm II project”.