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Prof. Romanus Odhiambo

Prof. Romanus Odhiambo Vice Chancellor Meru University of Science and Technology

Dear delegates, colleagues and friends,

The second annual Meru University of Science and Technology International Conference (MUSTIC2023) will be held from 26th to 28th June 2023 at Meru University of Science and Technology, Meru, Kenya, is focused on discussions across SDGs, Research, Innovation and Global crises, taking into account the different and particular impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic across all Sustainable Development Goals and the integrated, indivisible and interlinked nature of the Goals. This annual event is a crucial opportunity for National, Regional and Global academics, policy makers and practitioners to gather and examine the latest developments in Science, Technology, Innovation and related research and subsequently explore how scientific advances can be quickly translated into effective development activities.

Geographically, Meru County is located along the equator and on the slopes of the famous Mount Kenya. Besides the wonderful weather and centrality, it compliments Kenya’s unique position as an emerging regional hub and a living bridge for knowledge and innovation exchange. Meru University of Science and Technology is proud to be on the forefront in research, innovation, incubation and IP commercialization in this region. Considering that we are in the knowledge economy, it is refreshing to be able to host such a Conference in one of the most strategic cities of the region. We are definitely positioning ourselves as a lead in conference tourism based on the features around our university including famous national parks, conservancies, mountains, an international airport and the LAPPSET corridor.

In the coming days, we urge you to have lively and fruitful discussions and hope that you will establish lasting future collaborations amongst yourselves as stakeholders in the broad area of science, technology and innovation. We anticipate that the discussions and interactions at this forum will enable us to collectively step up our efforts to further all facets of research and innovation for sustainable development as emphasized by the theme of the conference: “Leveraging Interlinkages among the SDGs to Realize the 2030 Agenda through Research and Innovation in the Post-Covid Era”


  • To Share Research Knowledge, Innovations and Technologies for Sustainable
    Development amidst Global Crises.
  • To Integrate Research interventions across all domains of knowledge to
    tackle Global Crises and offer solutions towards attainment of the SDG
    Agenda 2030
  • To Provide a Platform for Academia and Industry to seek solutions to
    Global Crises