Amevi Acakpovi

Amevi Acakpovi is a Professor in the Electrical/Electronic Engineering, the Pro Vice-Chancellor and currently Acting Vice-Chancellor of Accra Technical University. He is also a Fellow Professional Engineer from the Institution of Engineering and Technology-Ghana and a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). He received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer and Electrical Engineering from the Lokossa Institute of Technology (Republic of Benin) in 2006 and a Certificate of Designer Engineer (Eq. MSc.) in Electrical Engineering from the Abomey-Calavi University (Republic of Benin) in 2009 and a PhD degree in Energy Systems Engineering from the Open University Malaysia in 2017. Prof Acakpovi is originally from the field of Electrical, Electronic and Energy Systems Engineering. His areas of research include Hybrid Energy Systems, Mini and Microgrid Optimization, Smart Grid Modelling and Optimization, Solar and Wind Energy Modelling and Optimization, Artificial Intelligence in Energy Systems and Recommender Systems. Prof. Acakpovi was a recipient of many awards and laurels including recently the award of the decade researcher at the Applied Research Conference in Africa (ARCA) in August 2021 and the Stairs Award of Distinguished Professor in Electrical Engineering, Pune, India in December, 2021. He also won the “Excellence in Research & Development Leadership” award by the SOLARQUARTER GRANDMASTERS AWARDS in September 2022. He has also served a number of national and international committees including chairing of the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) committee (TC77), of the African Electrotechnical Standardization Commission (AFSEC) under the African Union (AU).


Technological Innovation Driving Sustainable Entrepreneurial Growth in Developing Nations
Nana Yaw Asabere, Glenn Kwabena Gyimah, Amevi Acakpovi, Florence Plockey. © 2023. 452 pages.
Developing nations in Africa need access to advanced technology, innovation, and entrepreneurial skills for sustainable development as they address challenges that face the world...
Towards Career Development for High School Students: A Case Study of a Web-Based Expert System in Ghana
Nana Yaw Asabere, Amevi Acakpovi, Ezer Osei Yeboah-Boateng, Wisdom Kwawu Torgby, Eric Amoako. © 2021. 31 pages.
Globally, choosing the right tertiary programme for university (higher) education is quite a difficult task for students. A wide range of programmes are offered by the individual...
Measuring the Constructs That Influence Student and Lecturer Acceptance of an E-Library in Accra Technical University, Ghana
Nana Yaw Asabere, Amevi Acakpovi, Joseph Agyiri, Michael Clifford Awuku, Michael Aidoo Sakyi, Dennis Amanor Teyewayo. © 2021. 20 pages.
Even though many universities across the world have incorporated internet-based educational and academic systems, the success of their implementation requires an extensive...
Mapping and Auditing Internet Addiction in Technical Education
Nana Yaw Asabere, Wisdom Kwawu Torgby, Amevi Acakpovi, Samuel Edusah Enguah, Isaac Ofori Asare. © 2021. 18 pages.
The current proliferation of social networking sites (e.g., Facebook), electronic devices (e.g., smartphones and tablets), and the internet has paved the way for a charge in...
Techno-Economic Evaluation of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electricity Generation Based on Anloga (Ghana) Wind Regime
Amevi Acakpovi, Patrick Adjei, Nana Yaw Asabere, Robert Adjetey Sowah, David Mensah Sackey. © 2021. 23 pages.
This paper assesses the performance of electricity generation using wind/hydrogen/fuel-cell technology. The intermittency of renewables, especially wind, and the need for storage...
Improving Education Delivery in a Technical University in Ghana Through Mobile Learning Technology
Nana Yaw Asabere, Joseph Agyiri, Amevi Acakpovi, Abraham Nachanja, Priscilla Awuku. © 2020. 25 pages.
Although in Accra Technical University (ATU), Ghana there exists a traditional face-to-face (F2F) mode of education already in place, the implementation of mobile learning...
ROVETS: Search Based Socially-Aware Recommendation of Smart Conference Sessions
Nana Yaw Asabere, Amevi Acakpovi. © 2019. 17 pages.
As a result of the tremendous proliferation of sessions at academic conferences, recommending appropriate venues for researchers has become a considerable problem. In this...
Exploiting the Adoption and Implementation of Electronic Learning in a Technical University in Ghana
Nana Yaw Asabere, Amevi Acakpovi, Wisdom Torgby, Jessica Yaa Aba Sackey, Sylvia Kwaikyi. © 2019. 24 pages.
Although in Accra Technical University (ATU), Ghana, there exists a traditional Face-to-Face (F2F) mode of education already in place, the implementation of electronic learning...