Ernest Teye Matey is part of the trio that built and launched Ghana’s first satellite, GhanaSat-1.
He is a co-founder and outreach manager of the All Nations University – Space Systems Technology Laboratory (ANU-SSTL) responsible for the development of the GhanaSat-1. He is also the Site Manager for the NASA Aerosol Robotic Network (AERONET) located in Koforidua, Ghana.
He is the National Point of Contact to Ghana for the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) in support of the United Nations Program for Space Applications.
Ernest Teye Matey has a Master’s degree in Applied Science for Integrated Systems Engineering from the Kyushu Institute of Technology (KIT). With the support of All Nations University, he has organized Space and STEM education programs that reached more than 7,000 students, involving over 50 different high schools from over 30 different districts in Ghana.