Engr. Dr Ngozi Nwogu
Engr. Dr Ngozi Claribelle Nwogu holds a PhD in Petroleum Engineering with bias in Gas Engineering from the School of Engineering, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom, having previously obtained Master of Engineering (M.Eng) and Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng) in Petroleum Engineering from the Federal University of Technology Owerri, Nigeria. Her Doctoral degree research work was on ‘Advanced Ceramic Membrane Development and Testing for Application in Flue Gas Carbon Capture’. She was also a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the School of Engineering of Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, United Kingdom. She lectures at the Department of Petroleum Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigeria. She has authored, co-authored and published over 35 papers in International journals of high rating, as well as made over 25 World-Class international conference presentations that featured in the respective conference proceedings. She was a presenter at UN climate change conference, Marrakech COP22, 2016 and also a Technical Representative from Robert Gordon University, United Kingdom at the Climate change & emissions management (CCEMC) ZERO 2014 Grand challenge round one finalists conference for a low carbon future held 15-17 April, 2014 at the Shaw conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta. Canada.
Majority of her publications are in the field of Ceramic Membrane application in renewable energy and carbon dioxide capture/emissions control for Climate Change mitigation. She also has research interest in the following areas: Natural Gas Engineering, Oil and Gas Processing, Application of Membrane Technology in Oil and Gas Separation, treatment and Purification purposes for clean Energy.