Personal profile


Lois Efe is a rising star in the world of electrical engineering, she is driven by a desire to unlock the untapped potential of our energy infrastructure. She is currently a doctorate candidate at the University of Manchester's Power System and Energy Group, where she is using her knowledge to investigate the intricate nature of demand-side flexibility and its effects on the power system. She has an impressive profile, including a bachelor's degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering from the University of Benin with first-class honours and a master's degree in Electrical Power Systems from the University of Manchester (UOM) with the Best Student Prize. She excels in the classroom and beyond. As a graduate teaching assistant at the University of Manchester, she ignites a love of learning in her students. She is the vice chair of the IEEE Power and Energy Society (PES) Student Branch Chapter UOM and also volunteers with other international organisations like CIGRE UK NGN, IEEE PES Women in Power Region 8, IEEE PES Young Professional Region 8 and the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET). She is a true trailblazer, breaking down barriers and bringing people together.

Education/Academic qualification

Master in Science, Electrical Power Systems Engineering, University of Manchester (UOM)

Award Date: 13 Sept 2021

Bachelor of Engineering, Electrical/Electronics Engineering, University of Benin

Award Date: 20 Dec 2019