Mir Sayed Shah Danish
Assistant Professor; Member, Board of Directors
Mir Sayed Shah Danish (Dr. Eng., MBA, CEng., SMIEEE, MIET) has been an engineering and technology expert and an academician for several years. He demonstrates a simple, in-depth narration style, turning concepts into measurable endeavors and systematically exploring interdisciplinary coverage. Apart from being a scientific scholar, he brings together multidisciplinary skills and expertise (energy, environment, business, and management), providing integrated solutions. He is the author of several academic and technical textbooks, guidebooks, training manuals, and other books in English and Dari (Persian) Languages. These publications have enabled him to link industry with academia, and he has achieved recognition with several awards and expressions of appreciation.
Since 2004, Dr. Danish has been involved in multidisciplinary engineering and technology by leading several projects in those fields while continuing as an active scholar and educator. He is an assistant professor at the University of the Ryukyus, Japan; founder and chair of the IEEE-Sustainable Energy and Intelligent Engineering Society (SEIES-PES & FRID joint chapter, Fukuoka Chapter); founder and facilitator of several academic branches of IET, ACM; and member of the board of directors, REPA - Research and Education Promotion Association. In addition, Dr. Danish has worked with national and international organizations and companies as an urban electric power planner, team leader, technical advisor, department head, educational manager, and director. He is a chartered engineer, UK (CEng.), senior member of IEEE, member of IET (MIET), and holds membership in many other academic societies. He received his bachelor’s degree in electrical and electronic engineering (B.Sc.) in 2009 from Kabul University, Afghanistan); two master’s degrees, one in energy and electrical engineering (M.Sc.) in 2015 from the University of the Ryukyus, Japan; the other in business administration (MBA) in 2016 from the National Institute of Business Management, India); and a doctorate in sustainable energy (Ph.D.) in 2018 from the University of the Ryukyus. He chaired and has been a committee member of several conferences and symposiums and has more than 100 publications. His main research interest is sustainable energy (policy, economics, market, environment, and management), smart cities and housing, storage systems, voltage stability, and related areas.