Ekundayo Shittu

School of Engineering and Applied Science


Ekundayo Shitty


Ekundayo (Dayo) Shittu is an assistant professor of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering at George Washington University. Professor Shittu conducts basic and applied research that take a systems approach to address the different dimensions of decision making under multiple and sequential uncertainties.

His focus is on the economics and management of energy technologies, the design and impacts of climate change response policies on sustainability efforts or corporate social responsibility, and patterns of consumer behavior in energy consumption in the emerging era of smart grid technologies. Currently, he is a Lead Author on Chapter 2, “Integrated Risk and Uncertainty Assessment of Climate Change Response Policies” of IPCC’s forthcoming 5th Assessment report (AR5) on the mitigation of climate change.

Prior to coming to GW, Mr. Shittu was an Assistant Professor at the Energy Institute, A.B. Freeman School of Business, Tulane University.

Professor Shittu holds a B.Eng. in Electrical Engineering from University of Ilorin, an M.Sc. in Industrial Engineering from the American University in Cairo, and a Ph.D in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research from University of Massachusetts Amherst.