Dr. Mark Amo-Boateng is a Lecturer at the Department of Energy and Environmental Engineering at the University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR) in Sunyani, Ghana.
He is also the CEO and founder of Enyinam Tech whose products include proprietary power generation process, the digital turbine and power system to be used by customers for off-the-grid power generation, as well as the conversion of existing power plants into a clean power generating source.
Dr. Mark Amo-Boateng graduated from Hohai University in 2015 with a doctorate degree in Hydrology and Water Resource in Nanjing, China. Also, MSc in Water Resources Engineering and Management and BSc.
in Civil Engineering from the Department of Civil Engineering, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology – Kumasi, Ghana.
Mark Amo-Boateng (Ph.D.) has made it to the semi-finals of the $7 million Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE, a three-year global competition challenging teams to advance ocean technologies for rapid, unmanned and high-resolution ocean exploration and discovery.
Dr. Amo-Boateng’s led OD-Africa (Accra, Ghana) team building an intelligent low-cost modular AUV/ROV systems to democratize ocean discovery, using advanced artificial intelligence and algorithms to navigate and explore the ocean.
XPRIZE, the world’s leader in designing and managing incentive competitions to solve humanity’s grand challenges, today announced the 21 teams representing 13 countries advancing in the competition.
The 21 Semi-finalist team leads hail from Canada, China, France, Germany, Ghana, India, Japan, New Zealand, Portugal, South Africa, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States.
He built the world’s first electronic turbine for clean, cheap electricity generation.
He also build the world’s fastest large-scale optimization algorithm.
Dr. Mark Amo-Boateng is a dynamic young innovator and inventor that is passionate about solving the grand challenges in the world. These include;
- Innovation and applications of technology to solve real-time problems and needs of Africa and the world at large.
- Interests in water include the applications of advanced techniques such as high-performance computing (HPC), neural networks, fuzzy logic, genetic algorithms, etc. in hydrology, hydraulics and climate change engineering and modeling.