Dr. Nana Ama Browne Klutse is a Research Scientist at the Ghana Space Science and Technology Institute of the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission where she is the Manager of the Remote Sensing GIS and Climate Centre at the Institute. She has physics background and holds a Doctor of Philosophy Degree from the University of Cape Town, South Africa. Her area of specialization is climatology and her present research focuses on climate modeling and climate impact assessments on society (i.e., health, energy, environment, and gender).
She has experience with space technology applications in various sector developments. She coordinates space science and astronomy outreach programs at the Ghana Space Science and Technology Institute. She is currently the managing director of the Ghanasat Ltd overseeing the satellite applications and services in Ghana.
She has worked on both national and international projects and consultancies including the climate and Health project in Ghana and the ongoing global CORDEX experiment. She has been recognized with several awards at the international and national levels. She has co-authored a good number of journal article publications and academic books to her credit.
She is competent in programming languages like R and FORTRAN. She teaches Physics and related subjects; supervise students’ research and serves as an external examiner for universities in Ghana and Nigeria. She dedicates her life for community services, mentors young men and women for education pursuits, self-confidence and self-motivation.
At her spare time, she spends time with children who have learning disabilities leading to her co-founding an NGO called the campaign for children with learning disabilities.