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Prof. Mammo Muchie

Chairperson

Network of Ethiopian Scholars

Network of Ethiopian Scholars

Background Information

Employment History

Consultant
UNESCO

Affiliations

Honorary Professor
Jianxing University

Scientific Board Member
Africalics Academy

Board Member
Globelics Academy

Board Member
MEDAlics

INSouth Member
INSouth

Professorial Research Fellow
EIRI Company

Education

DPhil degrees
development economics and science , technology
IDS/SPRU

PhD degress

Sussex University

Web References (133 Total References)


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Prof. Mammo Muchie

Mammo Muchie, DPhil is currently Professor and Director of the Research Centre on Development Studies and International Relations, Department of History, International and Social Studies,Aalborg University in Denmark. He did his undergraduate studies in the natural sciences at Columbia University, New York City and obtained his MPhil and DPhil degrees from Sussex University, England with supervision from the IDS/SPRU in development economics and science, technology and innovation studies.
He also studied Measurement Science in Petrograd, Russia. He has taught and researched at various universities in the USA and Europe including Cambridge University and the Middlesex University (UK); the University of Aalborg (Denmark) and Amsterdam University (The Netherlands); and is an honorary professor at the Jianxing University in China. Between July 2003 and September 2004, he was the director of the research programme on "Civil Society and African Integration" at the Centre for Civil Society/School of Development Studies, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa. He has been editor and served in the editorial board of many journals. He has served as a reviewer of book manuscripts for a number of established houses including the UNU Press and initiated and served in many journals. He has also been involved when in the development of the Globelics network of scholars where he has introduced ideas of regional integration into innovation, learning and competence building.
He is chairman of the Network of Ethiopian Scholars that was established in 2001 that has published within a year over 35 articles. He has published over 200 publications over the last twenty years and some of his key seminal works have been translated into many languages. He has been a consultant for UNESCO on The forum on Higher education, Knowledge and research systems. He has been also visiting professorial research fellow atIERIand supported the institutes successful organisation of the 3rd Globelics international conference.


Prof. Mammo Muchie

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Prof. Mammo Muchie
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Mammo Muchie, DPhil is did his undergraduate studies in the natural sciences at Columbia University, New York City and obtained his MPhil and DPhil degrees from Sussex University, England with supervision from the IDS/SPRU in development economics and science, technology and innovation studies. He also studied Measurement Science in Petrograd, Russia.
Muchie has taught and researched at various universities in USA and Europe including Cambridge University and the Middlesex University (UK); the University of Aalborg (Denmark) and Amsterdam University (The Netherlands); and is an honorary professor at the Jianxing University in China. Former positions include director of the research programme on "Civil Society and African Integration" at the Centre for Civil Society/School of Development Studies, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa.
Muchie has been editor and served in the editorial board of many journals. He has served as a reviewer of book manuscripts for a number of established houses including the UNU Press.
Muchie is chairman of the Network of Ethiopian Scholars established in 2001 that has published more than 35 articles. He has published over 200 publications over the last twenty years and some of his key seminal works have been translated into many languages. He has been a consultant for UNESCO on The Forum on Higher education, Knowledge and Research systems. He has been also visting professorial research fellow at EIRI and supported the institutes successful organisation of the 3rd Globelics international conference.


Asia-Pacific Technology Network

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Professor Mammo Muchie, Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa and Director, Research Centre on Development Studies, Aalborg University, Denmark

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Professor Muchie is a South African specialist on African integration, who will be discussing where the African centres of excellence are.
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Prof. Mammo Muchie Mammo Muchie, DPhil is currently Professor and Director of the Research Centre on Development Studies and International Relations, Department of History, International and Social Studies, Aalborg University in Denmark. He did his undergraduate studies in the natural sciences at Columbia University, New York City and obtained his MPhil and DPhil degrees from Sussex University, England with supervision from the IDS/SPRU in development economics and science, technology and innovation studies. He also studied Measurement Science in Petrograd, Russia. He has taught and researched at various universities in the USA and Europe including Cambridge University and the Middlesex University (UK); the University of Aalborg (Denmark) and Amsterdam University (The Netherlands); and is an honorary professor at the Jianxing University in China. Between July 2003 and September 2004, he was the director of the research programme on "Civil Society and African Integration" at the Centre for Civil Society/School of Development Studies, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa. He has been editor and served in the editorial board of many journals. He has served as a reviewer of book manuscripts for a number of established houses including the UNU Press and initiated and served in many journals. He has also been involved when in the development of the Globelics network of scholars where he has introduced ideas of regional integration into innovation, learning and competence building. He is chairman of the Network of Ethiopian Scholars that was established in 2001 that has published within a year over 35 articles. e has published over 200 publications over the last twenty years and some of his key seminal works have been translated into many languages. He has been a consultant for UNESCO on The FOrum on Higher education, Knowledge and research systems. He has been also visting professorial research fellow at EIRI and supported the institutes successful organisation of the 3rd Globelics international conference.


Asia-Pacific Technology Network

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Professor Mammo Muchie, Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa and Director, Research Centre on Development Studies, Aalborg University, Denmark

The science gap between Africa and the rest of the world is widening and under business-as-usual this gap will continue to grow. Overall scientific capacity is limited and restricted to a few regions. In 2000, over 60 per cent of Africa's total expenditure on research was in South Africa and there are areas, such as the greater Congo basin, where there is virtually no science at all.
Professor Mammo Muchie comes from one of South Africa's leading technology universities and he will use this trip through London to explore the problems with Africa's educational sytems in the areas of Science, Technology , Engineering, Mathematics and Innovation, and he will ask if the creation of a new pan-African Technology Institute might help....or could this divert attention from less ambitious, but more essential improvements at lower educational levels.
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Prof. Mammo Muchie Mammo Muchie, DPhil is currently Professor and Director of the Research Centre on Development Studies and International Relations, Department of History, International and Social Studies, Aalborg University in Denmark. He did his undergraduate studies in the natural sciences at Columbia University, New York City and obtained his MPhil and DPhil degrees from Sussex University, England with supervision from the IDS/SPRU in development economics and science, technology and innovation studies. He also studied Measurement Science in Petrograd, Russia. He has taught and researched at various universities in the USA and Europe including Cambridge University and the Middlesex University (UK); the University of Aalborg (Denmark) and Amsterdam University (The Netherlands); and is an honorary professor at the Jianxing University in China. Between July 2003 and September 2004, he was the director of the research programme on "Civil Society and African Integration" at the Centre for Civil Society/School of Development Studies, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa. He has been editor and served in the editorial board of many journals. He has served as a reviewer of book manuscripts for a number of established houses including the UNU Press and initiated and served in many journals. He has also been involved when in the development of the Globelics network of scholars where he has introduced ideas of regional integration into innovation, learning and competence building. He is chairman of the Network of Ethiopian Scholars that was established in 2001 that has published within a year over 35 articles. e has published over 200 publications over the last twenty years and some of his key seminal works have been translated into many languages. He has been a consultant for UNESCO on The FOrum on Higher education, Knowledge and research systems. He has been also visting professorial research fellow at EIRI and supported the institutes successful organisation of the 3rd Globelics international conference.


Mammo Muchie

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Prof. Mammo Muchie

Mammo Muchie, DPhil is currently Professor and Director of the Research Centre on Development Studies and International Relations, Department of History, International and Social Studies,Aalborg University in Denmark. He did his undergraduate studies in the natural sciences at Columbia University, New York City and obtained his MPhil and DPhil degrees from Sussex University, England with supervision from the IDS/SPRU in development economics and science, technology and innovation studies.
He also studied Measurement Science in Petrograd, Russia. He has taught and researched at various universities in the USA and Europe including Cambridge University and the Middlesex University (UK); the University of Aalborg (Denmark) and Amsterdam University (The Netherlands); and is an honorary professor at the Jianxing University in China. Between July 2003 and September 2004, he was the director of the research programme on "Civil Society and African Integration" at the Centre for Civil Society/School of Development Studies, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa. He has been editor and served in the editorial board of many journals. He has served as a reviewer of book manuscripts for a number of established houses including the UNU Press and initiated and served in many journals. He has also been involved when in the development of the Globelics network of scholars where he has introduced ideas of regional integration into innovation, learning and competence building.
He is chairman of the Network of Ethiopian Scholars that was established in 2001 that has published within a year over 35 articles. He has published over 200 publications over the last twenty years and some of his key seminal works have been translated into many languages. He has been a consultant for UNESCO on The forum on Higher education, Knowledge and research systems. He has been also visiting professorial research fellow atIERIand supported the institutes successful organisation of the 3rd Globelics international conference.

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