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Welcome to Regent University College of Science & Technology (RUCST), also known as Regent-Ghana.

Dr. Paul K. Obeng has been appointed as the Dean of the School of Informatics, Engineering and Technology (SIET) as a replacement for Dr. Stanley Moffatt, now Vice President for Institutional Advancement. Dr. Obeng is a Nuclear Instrumentation Specialist with several years of teaching and practical experience.

He obtained his PhD in Physics in 2013 from the University of Cape Coast. He aslo obtained his MSc. Degree in Physics and Mathematics (Radio

Dr. Stanley Moffatt, Dean of the School of Informatics and Engineering (SIE), and Co-ordinator for USEACANI (US-Europe-Asia-Caribbean Nanotechnology Initiative) in Africa, has urged the need to bridge the nano-divide as an innovative science to alleviate the miserable medical plight of the needy in Africa.

Dr. Moffatt was addressing the just-ended first European Congress of Applied Nanotechnology held in Berlin, Germany from September 26 to October 1, 2011.

On Monday, November 20 2010, Dr Ashitey Trebi-Ollennu, a Senior Robotics Engineer at NASA, delivered a well-attended public lecture titled: Great Adventures on the Surface of Mars: Spirit, Opportunity, and Phoenix Lander, at the City Campus of Regent University College of Science & Technology, Accra.

In this lecture, which was a “down-to-earth” multimedia presentation devoid of scientific jargon, the Ghanaian-born robotics engineer enlightened the audience, first, on the fascinating issue of robotic space exploration,

The Dean of  the School of Informatics and Engineering, Dr. Stanley Moffatt,  who is also the current USEACANI (US-Europe-Asia-Caribbean Nanotechnology Initiative) Coordinator for Africa, heads to Pretoria as a Faculty member in the  1st ever Pan-African Summer School in Nanoengineering/Nanomedicine.

This Summer School in Nanoengineering/Nanomedicine builds on the success of the First International Workshop in Nanomedicine that took place in Magaliesberg,

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