A Young Cameroonian Honored by the World Academy of Sciences

A Young Cameroonian Honored by the World Academy of Sciences

N Melo
by N Melo
July 16, 2022 0

A Young Cameroonian Honored by the World Academy of Sciences

The World Academy of Sciences salutes the efforts of Cameroonian physicist Stéphane Kenmoe to promote science on the African continent through popularization and science cinema. More specifically for his science in the city series available on DASH Media and the CINAF platform. A series that projects Africa into the future by highlighting the future applications of scientific research carried out in cutting-edge laboratories around the world. It must be said that this series offered to CRTV has been lying around in the drawers of CRTV’s acquisitions department for more than two years.

In 2020, our Cameroonian compatriot received the Diversity Award for Academic Leadership from the University of Duisburg-Essen in Germany and in 2021 he was the winner of the global competition Falling Walls, the largest platform for scientific engagement in the world.

Stephane Kenmoe is a very influential and active young Cameroonian in physical science circles around the world. He is a member of the Executive Board of the African Physical Society where he holds the position of Communications Officer, Editor-in-Chief of the African Physics Newsletter chosen by his African peers and co-founder American Physical Society and newsletter editor, member of the American Physical Society since 2013 and many others.

The former student of the University of Dschang is a graduate of the International Center for Theoretical Physics, holds a doctorate from the German elite research society Max Planck Society and researcher at the University of Duisburg-Essen in Germany. He is the author of about twenty scientific publications on topics relevant to the development of the continent such as energy and the environment and actively participates in the creation of networks for the promotion of young African scientists in the world.

In addition to his research activities, he participates in the popularization of science on social networks, is an author and producer of African scientific fiction. It organizes training schools on the African continent, after which the best students can pursue careers in scientific paradises around the world.

As the World Academy of Sciences mentions in its article, he is a pioneer and paves the way for a new generation of African scientists: scientists who popularize science to the general public and do entrepreneurship based on scientific results. , what are still called science passers and sciencepreneurs.

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