Ardian Gojani

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Ardian Gojani

Ardian Gojani graduated in 1997 in the University of Prishtina, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences in the department of Physics. He then further continued with post-graduate studies in the Tohoku University in Japan, in the Graduate School of Engineering, department of Aerospace Engineering where he completed both his master studies in 2003 and his doctoral studies in 2006. 

Mr. Gojani has plenty of professional experience both as a consultant in the field of education, environment, quality infrastructure and energy as well as a professor. Mr. Gojani was engaged as a member of the Council of Experts of School Programs and School Textbooks by the Ministry of Education in Kosovo from 2015-2016.  Furthermore, he was and environment expert for GAP institute in 2015 and a quality infrastructure expert for the Ministry of Trade and Industry in Kosovo. Mr. Gojani was also engaged in the Japan International Cooperation Agency as an energy consultant as well as supported Kosovo Policy and Strategic Planning for IPA 2 in Energy as a consultant for the Ministry of European Integration in the Republic of Kosovo. As a professor he was engaged in the UBT college in Prishtina, Kosovo from 2014 until 2016 where he taught undergraduate classes in the courses of civil engineering, fundamentals of energy resources, scientific principles of energy technologies, heat transfer and thermodynamics and quality assurances. Previously he was an assistant professor at Seoul National University in Seoul, South Korea from 2009 until 2011 where he taught graduate courses of physics and shockwaves as well as engineering physics. Many publications from Mr. Gojani can be found and accessed through official university libraries and google scholar. Because of his wide and diverse experience, Mr. Gojani was invited as a guest speaker at many organized events such as TEDx, Barcamp and HackerSpace. He also served as a reviewer for organizations such as IEEE TDEI and Swiss National Science Foundation. Having started as a teacher, project officer and research assistant, Mr. Gojani believes that with hard work and determination everything can be achieved.