Bunmi Adesola is a Scientific Associate in the Building Technology and Urban Systems Division of the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, working primarily on the U.S. Department of Energy Industrial Technology Program's BestPractices Program. This has involved developing and implementing various database applications to monitor and evaluate the performance of industrial projects and initiatives; reviewing, editing and co-authoring technical paper abstracts and reports; and coordinating the development of technical curriculum for international projects. Previously, Bunmi worked with Rolls Royce, plc in the UK, where she was involved in conducting extensive industry related research, implementing quality assurance and benchmarking programs, and supporting the launch of Enterprise Resource Planning.
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