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Ɔkyerɛkyerɛfo Panyin Aba A. Bentil Andam (wɔwoo no 1948) ɔyɛ Ghananyi particle physicist a na ɔyɛ kuw Panyin wɔ the Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences fri afe 2017–2019. Ɔyɛ Ghananyi basia a odzii kan benyaa suahun wɔ  physics mu.

Abrabɔ Ahyɛse na nwomasua[sesa mu | sesa ekyirsɛm]

Aba A. Bentil Andam wɔwoo no wɔ Ghana wɔ 1948 wɔ Ajumako Kokoben. Onyaa ne ntoado nwomasua wɔ Mfantsiman Senior High School. Owie ne suapɔn adzesua wɔ University of Cape Coast a ɔwɔ Ghana (1969-1973), na osuaa physics na mathematics. Ɔkɔtoa ne nwomasua do wɔ Britain na onyaa abodzin nkrataa wɔ fri University of Birmingham (1976-1977) na ne Ph.D. fri Durham University (1978-1981). Wɔ University of Cape Coast na Durham University, Na ɔyɛ basia kor pɛ a osua physics wɔ adzesuabea hɔ wɔ na ber mu.

Edwuma[sesa mu | sesa ekyirsɛm]

Aba A. Bentil Andam wɔwoo no wɔ Ghana wɔ 1948 wɔ Ajumako Kokoben. Onyaa ne ntoado nwomasua wɔ Mfantsiman Senior High School. Owie ne suapɔn adzesua wɔ University of Cape Coast a ɔwɔ Ghana (1969-1973), na osuaa physics na mathematics. Ɔkɔtoa ne nwomasua do wɔ Britain na onyaa abodzin nkrataa wɔ fri University of Birmingham (1976-1977) na ne Ph.D. fri Durham University (1978-1981). Wɔ University of Cape Coast na Durham University, Na ɔyɛ basia kor pɛ a osua physics wɔ adzesuabea hɔ wɔ na ber mu.

Abasobɔdze na enyimunyam hyɛ[sesa mu | sesa ekyirsɛm]

Odzi akotsen wɔ kuw ahorow a wɔ yɛ nyansapɔw mu dwumadzi na ibi nye; The World Innovation Foundation (fri 2002), Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences (fri 2003), na Institute of Physics (fri 2004). Na ɔyɛ panyin a ɔda Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences n'ano (2017-2019), basia a ɔtɔ do ebien a w'ekitsa dɛm dzibew no.

Abrabɔ[sesa mu | sesa ekyirsɛm]

Ɔware Professor Kwesi Akwansah Andam a na ɔyɛ Civil Engineer, na nyimdzeefo a ɔpɛ adzesua yie na nkane Vice Chancellor. Ɔwoo mba anan.

Nhwɛdo[sesa mu | sesa ekyirsɛm]


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