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TimestampName and surnameInstitutionPosition heldName and surname of nomineeInstitution of nomineeCountry where nominee is basedMotivation for nomination
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3/26/2019 9:17:39Etsegenet GetachewUniversity of Cape TownPhD studentAlemiye MamoDirector of EA-ROADEthiopiaHe is hard worker and highly involved in east african space science avtivities.
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3/26/2019 0:27:59Alemiye MamoESSTI/EA-ROADDirector EA-ROADBonaventure OkereCentre for Basic Space Science, Nsukka and WAROADNigeriaI knew him while he is working wit WAROAD coordinator. He is all rounded person with great dedication and power. Hope he will transform AfAs in the future
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3/26/2019 11:06:35Komenan Zacharie Zaka University FHB Cocody, Abidjan, Côté d'Ivoire. Assistant ProfessorBonaventure OkereCentre for Basic Space Science, Nsukka, NigeriaNigeriaVery dynamic person in organization. He will love AfSA forward.
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3/19/2019 8:50:26Mfundo ZwaneInter-University Institute for Data Intensive AstronomyAdministratorCarolina Odman-GovenderInter-University Institute for Data Intensive AstronomySouth AfricaA/ Professor Odman-Govender is an international award-winning development and outreach professional. She has more than 15 years experience in the field of astronomy and has a wide set of skills that could utilised well in the Executive Committee. A/ Professor Odman-Govender has been recently awarded by the International Astronomical Union for her self-less service to the work of development and outreach. I believe that she would be of great service to the African Astronomy Society, and her exposure and experience, as well as her talents will be well utilised within this forum
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3/26/2019 7:49:56Mirjana PovicESSTI, EthiopiaAssistant ProfessorCarolina Odman-GovenderInter-University Institute for Data Intensive AstronomySouth Africa Sure she will work for the interests of society; to guarantee female participation
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3/25/2019 22:16:49Gaboile MabebaDSTDeputy directorCharles takalaniWits universitySAYoung Black Astronomer
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3/23/2019 21:59:14Prospery C. SimpembaCopperbelt University/SAROADSAROAD Regional CoordinatorEdward JuruaMbarara University of Science and TechnologyUgandaEdward Jurua has been consistent with issues involving African Astronomy and is deeply involved in the advancement of astronomy in East Africa. His rich experience will impact positively on the performance of AfAS
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3/26/2019 11:49:01Priscilla Muheki Mbarara University PhD student Edward JuruaMbarara University of Science and Technology Uganda Very enthusiastic in developing astronomy
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3/26/2019 7:51:38Mirjana PovicESSTI, EthiopiaAssistant ProfessorEtsegenet GetachewESSTI/SAAOEthiopia/Saouth Africa Sure she will work for the interests of society; to guarantee female participation; to guarantee younger age participation
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3/26/2019 6:29:24Alemiye MamoESSTI/EA-ROADEA-ROAD DirectorGetachew MekonnenNorth-west university, Center of Space ResearcSouth AfricaHe is young and energetic man who aspire to make vibrant movement in AfAS. I do believe we need new blood for AfAS to get sprinted rather than keep going forward simply
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3/25/2019 19:44:06Hubert MathebulaDSTDD: Radio Astronomy, DSTGetachew MengistieNWUSouth AfricaGetachew is energetic and hardworking, he has the necessary drive and willingness to make ASF a success. He was there during the initial launch and he us well aware of the dynamics involved. He will make a good secretary.
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3/23/2019 10:52:55Golden Gadzirayi NyambuyaNational University of Science and Technology, ZimbabweLecturerGolden Gadzirayi NyambuyaNational University of Science and Technology, ZimbabweZimbabweI am the only active Astronomer currently in Zimbabwe, and the reason for nominating self is to try and have Zimbabwe represented. I hope to use the position to make sure that Astronomy in Zimbabwe grows.
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3/26/2019 11:30:03Lerato SebokolodiRhodes University, SARAO and NRAOPhDGolden Gadzirayi NyambuyaNational University of Science and Technology, ZimbabweZimbabweThey nominated themselves. That is a good enough reason.
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3/25/2019 0:33:00Charles McGruderWKU-Jacob AshongGhanaFor the executive committee, I would like to recommend Jamal from Algeria as President and Jacob from Ghana as Treasurer. I know neither personally except through emails over the years. Jacob runs the planetarium in Ghana and from all accounts he is doing an excellent job. I like Jamal’s ideas, his critical and careful response to emails and obvious commitment. Also I like the idea of a French speaking President for our second President after the first, who is English speaking.
charles
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3/25/2019 0:31:42Charles McGruderWKU-Jamal MimouniAlgeriaFor the executive committee, I would like to recommend Jamal from Algeria as President and Jacob from Ghana as Treasurer. I know neither personally except through emails over the years. Jacob runs the planetarium in Ghana and from all accounts he is doing an excellent job. I like Jamal’s ideas, his critical and careful response to emails and obvious commitment. Also I like the idea of a French speaking President for our second President after the first, who is English speaking.
charles
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3/26/2019 5:50:06Patrice OKOUMAUNISA & NOMMO ASTRONOMIAResearcher (UNISA) & Head of NOMMO ASTRONOMIAJames ChibuezePotchefstrom UniversitySOUTH AFRICADynamic, results-oriented scientist with an appreciable international network
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3/23/2019 21:50:54Prospery C. SimpembaCopperbelt UniversitySAROAD Regional CoordinatorJames ChibuezeNorth West UniversitySouth AfricaJames Chibueze has demonstrated his leadership for Africa when he served as Africa Regional Coordinator for Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC). He is committed and reliable person. He also has good connections which could work in favour of AfAS.
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3/26/2019 10:39:00Samuel TwumRhodes University/SARAOPhD student/Software EngineerJames ChibuezeNWUSouth AfricaInfluential astronomer in Africa, resourceful and result oriented
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3/26/2019 11:53:44Priscilla Muheki Mbarara University of Science and Technology PhD student James ChibuezeNWUSouth Africa Enthusiastic, vocal and inspirational astronomer
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3/26/2019 12:06:12Komenan Zacharie ZakaUniversity FHB Cocody, Abidjan, Côté d'ivoire Assistant-ProfessorJames ChibuezePotchefstrom University South Africa Dynamic, personne With a lot of international experience in the field.
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3/26/2019 7:40:51Mirjana PovicESSTI, EthiopiaAssistant ProfessorKevin GovenderIAU-OADSouth AfricaSure she will work for the interests of society
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3/26/2019 8:13:06Edward JuruaMbarara university of science and technologyLecturerKevin GovenderOADSouth AfricaHe has contributed enormously in the development of astronomy globally and has played a central roll in the reviving of AfAS. He has a wide experience of working with governments and he can use this to lobby for AfAS
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3/26/2019 10:14:08Priscilla Muheki Mbarara University of Science and Technology PhD student Kevin GovenderOADSouth Africa Very enthusiastic person and he can push this far
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3/26/2019 11:10:18Thulani JiliUniversity of ZululandHead of Physics DepartmentKevin GovenderQADSouth AfricaHe is absolutely matured, dedicate and knows the required administration to take Society to another level.
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3/25/2019 22:54:33Golden Gadzirayi NyambuyaNUST, ZimbabweLecturerKevin Govender OADSouth AfricaI think he has the requisite energy to get this organization going
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3/26/2019 7:54:00Charles TakalanaUniversity of the WitwatersrandJunior Astronomy Policy researcher and PhD studentLerato SebokolodiRhodes University (South Africa)USALerato is an excellent example to other upcoming female astronomers, in my experience she is not afraid to get understanding on issues and voice her opinion.
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3/26/2019 11:49:11Palesa NombulaUWC/SARAOMSc Candidate/ Commercialisation Young ProffessionalLerato SebokolodiRhodes University/ SARAO/NRAOSouth Africa/ USAShe has a great passion for astronomy and people. She will add value in the organisation.
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3/23/2019 23:00:14Lerothodi LeeuwUniversity of South AfricaProfessorLerothodi LeeuwUniversity of South AfricaSouth AfricaLerothodi will bring scientific, governance, developmental, educational and societal grounding and acumen at local, national, continental and international levels to the executive committee.
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3/26/2019 0:16:18Alemiye MamoESSTI/EA-ROADDirector EA-ROADLerothodi LeeuwUniversity of South Africa (UNISA)South AfricaHe was working as interim working group of AfAS and I found him very careful and dedicated for what he is doing. hope he will take AfAS one step forward
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3/26/2019 7:19:40Charles TakalanaUniversity of the WitwatersrandJunior astronomy policy researcher and Astronomy PhD studentLerothodi LeeuwUNISASouth AfricaProf. Leeuw is a responsible individual and a motivation to upcoming astronomers.
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3/26/2019 11:37:45Lerato SebokolodiRhodes University, SARAO and NRAOProfessorLerothodi LeeuwUniversity of South AfricaSouth AfricaHe has shown himself committed to the advancement of astronomy.
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3/19/2019 0:36:22Baratoux DavidResearch Institute for Sustainable DevelopmentSenior ScientistMaram KAIRE, early career preferenceMinistry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation of SenegalSenegalI believe that Maram KAIRE will be the best choice for a representation of the french-speaking West African in the Executive Committee. Though Maram KAIRE is not working directly in the academic world, he has an outstanding record of activities in the domain of public outreach of astronomy in West Africa. He has also pushed for several years a project for an astronomical observatory in Senegal, and this project will be achieved in 2019. Maram Kaire has an obvious leadership - he is simply "the face of astronomy and popularization of science" in Senegal. He his also a hard-working person, and an example for many of his colleagues and for the young generation in Senegal. I know that he must be with the minister on the days of the conference, and he deeply regrets that he will not be able to attend the conference in Cape town.
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3/18/2019 17:38:38Baratoux DavidResearch Institute for Sustainable DevelopmentSenior ScientistMeriem El Yajouri Observatory of ParisFrance Meriem is one of the faces of the new generation of african astronomers. She recently graduated and has now a position (non permanent) at the Observatory in Paris. She led recently the Space Bus operation in Morocco. She is also one of the active committee members of the Africa Initiative for Planetary and Space Sciences.
She is willing to find an academic position in Africa to support the development of African Astronomy. She will certainly have to pursue her career abroad for a certain period of time, but I wish that the will be offered an academic position in Africa. I think that African Astronomy definitively needs scientific personalities like Meriem, and if there is a seat for young scientist in the executive committee, I see Meriem as one of the most promising candidates.

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3/22/2019 14:44:15Soebur RazzaqueUniversity of JohannesburgProfessor of PhysicsMichael BackesUniversity of NamibiaNamibiaExtremely enthusiastic about developing Physics and Astronomy not he African continent. Hosted the African School of Physics. Member of the Global Young Academy.
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3/26/2019 11:45:36Priscilla Muheki Mbarara University of Science and Technology PhD studentMirjana Povic ESSTIEthiopia She is committed in promoting astronomy in Africa and gender equity
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3/19/2019 8:35:35Nadeem OozeerSARAO/AIMSData ScientistNadeem OozeerSARAO/AIMSSouth Africa/MauritiusI have been actively involved in the development of astronomy in Africa for the past 10 years and do understand the critical issues. Most people sitting in executive committees for political and personal reason but never much for
developing Africa. It is time for change with new and positive disruptive plans and actions if we do not want another colonising of Astronomy in Africa. Africans can do it.
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3/26/2019 10:30:28Samuel TwumRhodes University/SARAOPhD student/Software EngineerNadeem OozeerSARAOSouth AfricaReliable, resourceful and keen to push the society.
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3/19/2019 11:48:52Olayinka FagbemiroNational Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA) / Astronomers Without Borders (AWB) NigeriaAssistant Chief Scientific Officer, NASRDA/National Coordinator, AWB NigeriaOlayinka Fagbemiro, education preferanceNational Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA) / Astronomers Without Borders (AWB) NigeriaNigeriaOlayinka Abiodun Fagbemiro is an Assistant Chief Scientific Officer at the National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA), Abuja. Nigeria. She has post graduate degrees in Technology Management, Basic Space and Atmospheric Science. She has spent the last 11 years carrying out Space and Astronomy Education Outreach activities to school kids with special interest in the girl-child, as well as rural kids across Nigeria. She currently heads the Space Education Outreach Unit of the Agency. With extreme passion for impacting kids and stimulating their interest in Astronomy, she goes to schools, teaching kids and teachers as well. She is the National coordinator for Astronomers Without Borders (AWB) and Universe Awareness (UNAWE), in Nigeria, two international organizations with focus on inspiring kids through Astronomy.
She has organized so many STEM workshops and conferences for students and science teachers across Nigeria. She has been involved in a lot of advocacy programs for the girl-child in the Northern part of Nigeria as a STEM and girl-child Education advocate. She has been involved in a lot of gender-based Astronomy projects for the girl-child in this part of the country.


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3/26/2019 11:29:50Yewande AdeyeyeNational Space Research and Development Agency; Astronomers Without Borders NigeriaSenior Engineer; Financial TreasurerOlayinka FagbemiroNational Space Research and Development Agency; Astronomers Without Borders NigeriaNigeriaOlayinka Fagbemiro has functioned in several leadership roles such as the National Coordinator for Astronomers without Borders in Nigeria (AWB), Universe Awareness (UNAWE) Nigeria and desk officer for West Africa Regional Office Of Astronomy For development (WAROAD) in Abuja. She has planned and organized several Astronomy Outreaches to students across Nigeria including the Girls Astronomy Camp 2018 in Abuja, which IAU/OAD was among the sponsors. She passionately advocates for STEM education to primary and secondary school aged students in Nigeria by using space and Astronomy education as a tool.
I believe she would be an excellent addition to the AFAS executive committee.
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3/26/2019 11:52:44Lerato SebokolodiRhodes University, NRAO and SARAOPhDOlayinka FagbemiroNational Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA) / Astronomers Without Borders (AWB) NigeriaNigeriaShe is young, willing and sees Astronomy in Africa going places
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3/26/2019 11:41:40Lerato SebokolodiRhodes University, SARAO and NRAOPhDPalesa NombulaSARAO and UWCSouth AfricaShe is young, outspoken and passionate about Astronomy and its advancement
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3/26/2019 11:28:01Sarah Abotsi-Masters Ghana planetarium events coordinator Palesa NombulaSouth Africa Young female vocal
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3/26/2019 5:44:22Bonaventure OKERECBSSDirectorPatrice OkomaUNISA & NOMMO ASTRONOMIASOUTH AFRICAThe nominee has shown much-needed Entrepreneurship mindset in reviving Innovation & Commercialization at his Institution
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3/26/2019 10:42:07Komenan Zacharie ZakaUniversity FHB Cocody, Abidjan, Côté d'IvoireAssistant ProfessorPatrice OkomaSpace-Oriented Activities in GabonSouth AfricaYoung person Witt manu innovative idées. His leadership will Astronomy in Africa. Also jis knowledge if francophone community can be an asset for the AfSA to intégrale will membres if Africain french countries
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3/25/2019 19:57:52Hubert MathebulaDSTDeputy Director:Radio AstronomyPatrice OkoumaUNISASouth AfricaPatrice is young and energetic but full of progressive ideas. His leadership capabilities have been proven in the continied sucess of the Association for Space Science in Gabon
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3/26/2019 6:21:44Zara-Nomena RandriamanakotoUCT and Malagasy Association for Astronomy & Space ScienceResearcher (UCT) and Head of the Malagasy SocietyPatrice OKOUMAUCTSOUTH AFRICAExemplary leadership in spearheading the birth and growth of the Malagasy society above
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3/26/2019 7:27:49Charles TakalanaUniversity of the WitwatersrandJunior Astronomy Policy Researcher and astronomy PhD studentPatrice OkoumaUNISASouth AfricaHe is young, energetic and responsible.
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3/26/2019 9:03:53Edward JuruaMbarara university of science and TechnologyLecturerPatrick WoudtUCTSouth AfricaHe has a vast experience in astronomy and leadership. He is currently the President of SAIP and head of astronomy department at UCT
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3/25/2019 23:00:14Golden Gadzirayi NyambuyaNUST, ZimbabweLecturerProspery SimpembaCopperbelt University, ZambiaZambiaHe has the requisite energy to get this organization going
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3/25/2019 23:28:57Carringtone KinyanjuiUniversity of NairobistudentSamuel TuwumRhodes University South AfricaHardworking, Organised, HUMBLE
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3/26/2019 11:44:07Lerato SebokolodiRhodes University, NRAO and SARAOPhD Samuel TwunRhodes University and SARAOSouth AfricaYoung, talented and dedicated and passionate student
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3/26/2019 10:43:15Samuel TwumRhodes University/SARAOPhD student/SARAOSarah Abotsi-MastersGhana PlanetariumGhanaOutreach astronomy and different perspective.
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3/26/2019 0:23:04Alemiye MamoESSTI/EA-ROADDirector EA-ROADSolomon BelayEthiopian Space Science and Technology Institute(ESSTI)EthiopiaHe has a number of track record in leading and stepping up organizations and societies from scratch up to highest level. He has good ability of negotiating and working experiences work with government as well as scientific community
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3/26/2019 7:42:13Mirjana PovicESSTI, EthiopiaAssistant ProfessorSomaya SaadNRIAGEgyptSure she will work for the interests of society; to guarantee female participation
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3/20/2019 6:55:11Ugwoke, Azubike ChristianEnugu State University of Science & Technology, Agbani , Enugu State, NigeriaProfessorUgwoke, Azubike ChristianEnugu State University of Science & Technology, Agbani, Enugu State, NigeriaNigeriaHe has been a hard working member of the local Astronomical society, the Astronomical society of Nigeria,a fellow and an exco member. He is also an associate member of COSPAR,
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3/26/2019 7:38:22Mirjana PovicESSTI, EthiopiaAssistant ProfessorVanessa McBrideIAU-OADSouth AfricaSure she will work for the interests of society; to guarantee female participation
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3/26/2019 7:32:48Amidou SorghoUniversity of Cape TownPhD studentZacharie KamUniversité de OuagadougouBurkina FasoZacharie is the only astronomer at the moment in Burkina Faso, working to spread Astronomy in the country. To the best of my knowledge, he's doing a fantastic job.
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3/26/2019 11:55:54Priscilla Muheki Mbarara University of Science and Technology PhD student Zara RSAAOSouth Africa A strong voice for the younger generation in Astronomy
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3/25/2019 19:38:20Gaboile MabebaDepartment of science and technology RSADeputy DirectorZara Randriamanakoto, early career preferenceSAAOSAYoung energetic women for emancipation of women development
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3/26/2019 0:35:36Alemiye MamoESSTI/EA-ROADEA-ROAD DirectorZara RandriamanakotoMalagasy Astronomy & Space Science/SAAOSouth AfricaShe is an energetic , young and enthusiastic girl with all passion.
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3/26/2019 7:30:59Charles TakalanaUniversity of the WitwatersrandJunior Astronomy policy researcher and astronomy PhD studentZara RandriamanakotoSAAOSouth AfricaShe is a young and vibrant astronomer and has potential to be the voice of female astronomers in Africa
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3/26/2019 7:47:19Mirjana PovicESSTI, EthiopiaAssistant ProfessorZara RandriamanakotoSAAOMadagascarSure she will work for the interests of society; to guarantee female participation; to guarantee younger aged people participation
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3/26/2019 10:16:43DaassouCadi Ayyad University Professsor Zouhair BenkhaldounMorroco Active member
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3/17/2019 22:58:20Benkhaldoun ZouhairCadi Ayyad UniversityOukaimeden Observatory DirectorZouhair BenkhaldounCadi Ayyad University, MoroccoMoroccosee this link: http://marrakech-astro.uca.ma/About-Benkhaldoun-zouhair.htm
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3/25/2019 21:29:38Benhida AbdelmajidUniversity Cadi AyyadProfessorZouhair BenkhaldounOukaimeden ObservatoryMoroccoExperience, passion and motivation
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3/25/2019 21:59:39EL AZHARI YoussefLPHEAProfessorZouhair BenkhaldounLPHEAMoroccoFor his action in favor of astronomy in different countries.
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3/25/2019 23:39:46Bounhir AzizaCadi Ayyad UniversityProfessorZouhair BenkhaldounCadi Ayyad UniversityMoroccoExcellent researcher and leader and project maker and human resources manager. Wise and great man. Has acheived a lot for Oukaimefen observatory.
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3/26/2019 0:21:44Bounhir AzizaCadi Ayyad UniversityProfessorZouhair BenkhaldounCadi Ayyad UniversityMoroccoExcellent scientist, project maker, human ressources manager, wise and great man, has built oukaimeden observatory.
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3/26/2019 0:32:31Alemiye MamoESSTI/EA-ROADEA-ROAD, DirectorZouhair BenkhaldounOukaimeden Observatory Cadi Ayyad UniversityMoroccoHe represent North Africa and akind of nice guy with good heart
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3/25/2019 22:18:25SEFYANI LAKRIZI FOUADOUKAIMEDEN OBSERVATORY PROFESSORZouhair BenkhaldounOukaimeden Observatory Morocco He is a Director of Oukaimeden Observatory and very important scientific
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3/25/2019 23:32:37AZAGROUZE OSSAMACadi Ayyad UniversityBENKHALDOUN Zouhair BenkhaldounCADI AYYAD UNIVERSITY / Oukaimeden observatory MoroccoThey have a large experience in différent felds in astronomy. He is a director of Oukaimeden observatory. He is a president if arab astronomical society. He participate to discover of trappist exoplanet system...
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3/20/2019 23:08:26Mohamed ChababCadi Ayyad UniversityDirector of High Energy and Astrophysics LaboratoryZouhair BenkhaldounCadi Ayyad UniversityMoroccoThe nominee is the Director of Oukaimedan Observatory, belonging to Cadi Ayyad University
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3/25/2019 21:30:46Youssef MoulaneCadi Ayyad universityPhD StudentZouhair BenkhaldounMoroccoZouhair Benkhaldoun is a professor at Cadi Ayyad University and director of the Oukaimeden observatory in Morocco. He is really very active in the erea, he is president of the National Comity for astronomy in Morocco (CNAM). He has been elected president of the ArAS (Arab Astronomical Society), a professional association newly created in 2016 and working towards the promotion of scientific research in Astrophysics in Arab countries. He is one of the founders of “Africa Initiative for Planetary and Space Science” and he is a member of its scientific advisory committee. He is also leading of Atlas Dark Sky Morocco (ADSM) project. The project is aiming the creation of a Dark Sky Reserve around the Oukaimeden observatory in Morocco. Pr. Zouhair Benkhaldoun is an active member in the IAU and affiliated to several divisions.
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3/25/2019 21:58:13Hasnaa ChennaouiHassan II University of CasablancaProfessor, Director of GAIA LaboratoryZouhair BenkhaldounCadi Ayad University, Faculty of Sciences Semlalia Marrakech MoroccoMoroccoProfessor Benkhaldoun is the founder of the Oukaimeden observatory, the most important one in Morocco. He is completely engaged on the promotion of astronomy and planetary sciences in Morocco and Africa. He is a hard worker and a very good researcher participating on giving to the research of Africa a visible position in the word.
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3/26/2019 3:15:52Raid M SuleimanHarvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Research ScientistZouhair BenkhaldounQadi Ayyad University MoroccoVery active in astronomy in North Africa and a Director of one of the largest observatories in Africa
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3/26/2019 4:01:51Hassane Darhmaoui Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane Associate Professor Zouhair BenkhaldounCadi Ayyad university Morocco Prof. Zouhair Benkhaldoun is leading the astronomy research in Morocco. He's director of Oukaimeden Observatory and President of the Arab Astronomical Society. I think Prof. Benkhaldoun will being his rich experience to the service of the development of astronomy in Africa.
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3/26/2019 2:34:15 Ismael MoumenUniversité Laval/CFHTPhD StudentZouhair BenkhaldounCaddi Ayyad UniversityMoroccoProf. Zouhair has a great experience in research, education and outreach that can be very helpful for the AfAS
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3/18/2019 17:33:33Baratoux DavidResearch Institute for Sustainable DevelopmentSenior ScientistZouhair BenkhaldounUniversity Cadi Ayyad, Oukaimeden ObservatoryMoroccoProf. Zouhair Benkhaldoun is the head of one of the major astronomical observatories in Africa. His experience regarding the development of Astronomy in Morocco will be an invaluable source of inspiration for other african countries. He is also an active researchers with notable recent findings about exoplanets. He has also the required skills and leaderships to move African astronomy forward. As you know, he will attend the meeting in Cape town.
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3/25/2019 22:12:30Jabiri Abdelhadi Cadi Ayyad universityProfessorZouhair BenkhaldounCadi Ayyad universityMoroccoHe has a lot of experience
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3/25/2019 23:41:59Jabiri Abdelhadi Cadi Ayyad universityProfessorZouhair BenkhaldounCadi Ayyad universityMoroccoHe has a lot of experience
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3/25/2019 23:53:02Abdelkarim BOSKRI CADI AYYAD UNIVERSITY PhD student Zouhair BenkhaldounCadi ayyad University Morocco Because it already occupies the position of Director of ArAS, and there is a good expirt in this kind of cooperation
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3/26/2019 5:04:46Hadia Hassan SelimNational Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics, EgyptHead of stellar lab at NRIAG, vice president of committee for academic upgrades professors and assistance of astronomy and space research, organizing committee member of commission A2 rotation of the Earth , IAU, president of scientific society of astronomy and space,Egypt.Zouhair BenkhaldounCadi Ayyad University, LPHEA, Oukaimeden Observatory MoroccoHe is very active in outreach astronomy through ARAS by sat up astronomical school for young astronomer also helps them to present a work shops in oukaimeden Observatory, He works to tray in the development astronomy
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3/26/2019 12:53:43Boughaleb HichameUniversité Moulay IsmailProfessorZouhair BenkhaldounUniversité caddi ayyadMoroccoLot of motivation
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3/26/2019 13:53:51Hafili Mohamed Ali 3AM & Astronomie MarrakechMembre in 3AM, chief of enterprise astronomie marrakechZouhair BenkhaldounOukaimeden Observatory, University Cady Ayyad MarrakechMoroccoPassion, Determination, Visionary, Great idea,
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3/26/2019 8:16:15Zakia Majdouli Cooperative Doutmaquite Aghbalou Présidente Zouhair Benkhaldoun FSSM Cadi Ayad universityMoroccoHe is Dr in Astronomy, member of Atlas Dark Sky Morocco,
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