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Mr Enyo Agbodo 

Position: Course Coordinator Mr Enyo Agbodo
Division/Portfolio: Division of Information Technology, Engineering and the Environment
School/Unit: School of Natural and Built Environments
Campus: Mawson Lakes Campus
Email: Enyo_dot_Agbodo_at_unisa_dot_edu_dot_au
URL for Business Card: http://people.unisa.edu.au/Enyo.Agbodo

Welecome to the personal web page of Enyo Agbodo.

In this site you will find some personal information skewed from the academic point of view. My academic view of the world is shaped from my studies, work experiences and the choices I have made so far.

Consequently, you will find materials on Electrical Engineering, Power Systems Engineering, Information technology, Telecommunications, Systems Engineering and Project Management.

Enyo Agbodo graduated from the University Science and Technology in Ghana in 1987 with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Electrical, Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering. After working for a number of years in Ghana, he applied for and obtained a scholarship to study at the University of South Australia. He graduated from the University of South Australia in 1995 and 1999 with respective degrees in MEng (Electrical) and MEng(IT&T). His research work into Single Wire Earth Return (SWER) systems has helped in understanding and standardising the operation of such systems in Australia. His current research interest is in the area of Technical Management of large scale projects. He worked on many large scale electrical power generation transmission and distribution projects with major international project consulting groups and companies. He also worked for Motorola Corporation (in Adelaide and Chicago) on Wireless network projects and was actively involved in testing and commissioning of the Kyoto Wireless Network in Japan. From 2002 to 2008 he worked on various major defence projects such as the Wedgetail and the Air Warfare Destroyer as Systems Engineer and Project Management Specialist. Since 2009, Enyo has been working with ElectraNet (the South Australian electric power transmission company) as a project manager delivering energy system projects.

Links to other sites


Institute of Engineers, Australia

Project Management Institute

Systems Engineering Manual

Power System Engineering

Teaching interests

  • Project Management
  • Systems Engineering
  • Test and Evaluation Plans and Procedures

I teach the following courses


Professional associations

Insitute of Engineers, Australia http://www.ieaust.org/

Project Management Institute http://www.pmi.org/

Australian Institute of Project Management www.aipm.com.au/


Master of Engineering, (Information technology and Telecommunciations),1999, UNISA, Australia

Master of Engineering,(Electrical), 1995, UNISA, Australia

Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Electrical, Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering, 1987, KNUST, Ghana

Research interests

  • Technical Mangement of Large Engineering Projects
  • Project Management of Complex Projects
  • Program and Portfolio Management

Research publications

An Investigation into High Impedance Faults on SWER lines, UNISA, 1995, Master's thesis

Community Service

Organisation Name:   Rotary Club
Section:   Coromandel Valley
Type of Organisation:   Community organisation
Level of involvement:   Active membership
Year from:   2005
Year to:   2013

Organisation Name:   Ghanaian Association of South Australia (GASA)
Section:   South Australlia
Type of Organisation:   Community organisation
Organisation URL:   http://www.ghanaianassociationsa.asn.au/
Level of involvement:   Editor
Year from:   2003

Organisation Name:   Words of Peace Global
Section:   Adelaide
Type of Organisation:   Community organisation
Organisation URL:   http://www.wopg.org/
Level of involvement:   Local Events Manager
Year from:   2002

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