Leboli Zak Thamae is an Associate Professor, administrator and certified director with broad knowledge of modelling and simulation of electronic / electrical engineering systems (CST MWS® – Antenna Designs, Radio Mobile – RF Propagation / Wireless Communication Networks, MATLAB – Digital Communications / Signal Processing, HOMER and RETScreen – Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems, MAED – Energy / Electricity Demand, MESSAGE – Energy / Electricity Supply), supported by strong exposure in strategic leadership, corporate governance, policy, reform and regulation of infrastructure services (telecommunications, broadcasting and electricity) and university-industry cooperation in product / economic development.
He was the Head of Department of Physics & Electronics from 2010 to 2016 where he oversaw the development of Sustainable Energy short courses at NUL and their subsequent upgrade to accredited M.Sc. in Sustainable Energy, and worked towards the establishment of the NUL Energy Research Centre. He served as a Board Member and Chairman of the electricity regulator, Lesotho Electricity and Water Authority (LEWA). He currently serves as the Dean of the Faculty of Science and Technology.