George Edusei holds a PhD in Physics from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana; an MPill, from the University of Ghana and a BSc from the University of Development Studies, Ghana. He is currently a lecturer at the Department of Biological, Physical and Mathematical Sciences. His current research is using nuclear techniques application in the field of climate change and it effect on trees and food monitoring
1. Climate change and it effect on trees
2. Food monitoring
Edusei, G. Tandoh, J. B. Edziah, R. Gyampo, O. and Ahiamadjie, H. (2021). Chronological study of metallic pollution using tree rings at Tema industrial area. Pollution, 7(1): 197-204
Edusei, G. Tandoh, J. B. Edziah, R. and Gyampo, (2020). Chronological studies of traffic pollution using elemental analysis of tree rings: case study of Haatso-atomic road. Pollution, 6(2): 387-396.
Subaar, C. Ntiforo, A. Fletcher, J. J. and Edusei, G. (2018). Time series analysis for prediction of meteorological data from Wa, Upper West region of Ghana. Journal of climatology & weather forecasting. 6(3): 237.
Edusei, G. Adam, A. B. Banini, G. K. and Tandoh, J. B. (2017). Simulation of cross section for the production of copper-64. Advances in Physics Theories and Applications: 67: 2225-0638.
Edusei, G. Adam, A. B. Banini, G. K. and Tandoh, J. B (2017). Simulation of cross section for the production of copper-67. Journal of Pure and Applied Physics: 5(3) 2347-2316.
Edusei, G. (2015). A Theoretical study of copper-64 and copper-67 production using cyclotron. ugspace.ug.edu.gh/handle, https://inis.iaea.org.
Ghana Education Trust Fund Scholarship(GETFund), Ghana -2016