Michael Dioha is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Carnegie Institution for Science Department of Global Ecology at Stanford University. His research interests revolve around energy-environment-economic (E3) modeling, the quantification of energy/climate scenarios, and interdisciplinary issues in energy and environmental justice, especially in the Global South.
Michael plays advisory and analysis roles for international organizations, including the International Renewable Energy Agency. He also sits on multiple advisory boards, including the Sustainability Expert Advisory Forum of the Global Network for Sustainable Development.
Before joining the Carnegie Institution for Science, Michael was a Research Analyst at the TERI School of Advanced Studies, New Delhi, where he researched net-zero emission pathways for India. Beyond academic research, Michael also advocates for innovative approaches that promote just and equitable socio-technical transitions in Africa.
Michael holds an interdisciplinary Ph.D. degree in Energy & Environment and a B.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering. Outside of work, Michael enjoys playing soccer and cycling.