Isaac Matthews, a graduate of the MIT Technology and Policy Program, also presented his research on nuclear power during the same event.
“Participating in the roundtable was an extremely exciting and humbling experience,” Jordan said. “As a graduate student spending most of my time on campus doing research, it is rewarding to know that my work makes a difference and can truly help countries with the challenges they face today.”
This event is an initiative of the African Presidential Archives and Research Center of Boston University and its director, former U.S. Ambassador Charles R. Stith (download the full press release).
Jordan's energy research was the subject of a recent article in MIT Spectrum.