Olusegun Stanley Tomomewo is the Graduate Director of the Energy and Petroleum Engineering Program at the College of Engineering and Mines. He manages a group of over 85 graduate students and leads their research in energy conversion systems, including conventional and renewable energy technologies. His research interests span oil and gas wastewater treatment, carbon and hydrogen storage, geothermal energy systems, and business and project management. With multiple master's degrees and a PhD in Energy Engineering, along with over 15 years of experience in the field, he brings extensive knowledge to his role.
Olusegun is a registered engineer, a certified Project Management Professional, and a business analyst. His expertise and passion contribute significantly to energy-related research endeavors.