He holds a PhD from University of Naples Federico II, and Masters’ and Bachelors’ Degrees from Makerere University. Dr. Okello is an accomplished scholar and administrator with a research, teaching and administrative experience spanning over 15 years. He joined Gulu University in 2005 after working in the Tea Industry as an Engineer for five years. He was the Head of Department of Biosystems Engineering for from 2014 to 2021. His expertise is in the field of agricultural machinery and power systems, with particular research interest in renewable energy applications in agriculture and off-grid communities. Dr. Okello is a team player, and has participated in several collaborative research projects aimed at developing solutions to contemporary development challenges. He is an accomplished scholar who has published scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals and has served as a reviewer for journals. Dr. Okello is passionate about empowering the youth to acquire skills for gainful employment through the application of science, technology, and innovation in solving community development challenges.

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Decomin Anywar, Kato Stonewall Shaban, Richard Louis Labeja, Robert Okongo Loki . (2022) . Fast-growing exotic tree species as fuelwood alternative for refugees and host communities in Northern Uganda
Solomon Olum, Joshua Wesana, Walter Odongo, Joseph Mogendi, Collins Okello, Dominic Webale, Anselimo Makokha, Duncan Ongeng, Xavier Gellynck, Hans De Steur . (2020) . Agronomic Biofortification from a Stakeholder’s Viewpoint: Evidence from Studies on Iodine-Enriched Foods in Uganda
Solomon Olum 1,2, Xavier Gellynck 1, Collins Okello 3, Dominic Webale 4,5, Walter Odongo 1,4,Duncan Ongeng 2and Hans De Steur 1, . (2018) . Stakeholders’ Perceptions of Agronomic IodineBiofortification: A SWOT-AHP Analysis inNorthern Uganda


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