Improving lives through
sustainable bioinnovations

Cohort 2

Micheline Kazeneza, Burundi

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Micheline is an assistant lecturer at the faculty of engineering sciences (FSI) in the ICT department of the University of Burundi. She has previously worked as a part-time assistant lecturer in various private Burundian universities such as the University of Lac Tanganyika (ULT), Université  Sagesse d’Afrique (USA), Université Lumière de Bujumbura (ULBu), and Université des Grands Lacs (UGL). She is an active junior researcher in the field of ICT4Agriculture, ICT innovation, and Incubation and ICT for development. Alongside other Burundian young scientist researchers, she co-founded a form of Burundian national academy for scientists named Burundi council of young scientists. She holds a master’s and a bachelor’s degree, both in Computer Science and Technology from the Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University (LETI), in Russia.