I’m an upcoming BSc. Physics with Electronics Teaching and Research Assistant at KNUST- Kumasi, Ghana, with a strong passion for Quantum Computing. I’m a recent QubitByQubit graduate, and I’ve won a total of $3000 in scholarships in the Quantum Computing and Embedded Systems space. Co-founder of a Stealth Startup in the micro-mobility space and Kwahu STEM Club.

I’ve participated in MIT’s iQuHACK 2023 and Xanadu’s QHACK2023. Currently, I’m doing a remote Mini-PhD internship at the University of Cambridge on weekends and working as a freelance Embedded Systems engineer with a knack for crafting impressive PCB renderings in Blender. My presence has been felt beyond academia; I’ve been featured in NASA documentaries, the KNUST Office of Grants and Research YouTube channel, and have communicated science on FOCUS FM (KNUST).

An exceptional opportunity led me to present an Electronics Gift to H.E N.A.D Akufo Addo. My journey is enriched by professional roles such as a Monitoring and Evaluation Officer for the Ghana Tech Lab and a Programs Manager for EV4Africa, an e-mobility company. Innovation is my forte – I’ve crafted a Visual Hearing Aid for PWDs and introduced MarkSense, a scannable sheet scanner made with Flutter, generously funded by CoE-KNUST.