About me


While my interests in Atmospheric Science remain broad, I am particularly interested in greenhouse gases emissions estimation and urban air pollution. I believe that more accurate emissions estimation and improved understanding of drivers of urban air pollution will lead to better global and national climate change mitigation policies and better management of urban air pollution.  I celebrate the multidisciplinary nature of Atmospheric Sciences through field works and chemical transport modeling with a strong inclination to advanced mathematical techniques.


Mount Kalisimbi will host the only high-frequency greenhouse gases monitoring station on the African continent

I am currently setting up the first high-frequency climate observatory station on the African continent which will be located atop Mount Kalisimbi in the Republic of Rwanda



  1. CYIZA CLEMENT · March 28, 2014

    Dear Jimmy HI
    I was pleased to see you with H. E yesterday on TV when he visited your University.
    I was very proud to see a unique Rwandan at MIT on PHD. you deserve it

  2. UWIMANA Theogene · March 28, 2014

    I surprised to read a bit about ur work but it is very good work. courage; God be with you to help fullfil

  3. HAVUGIMANA Jean Jacques · March 28, 2014

    Hey, I am very proud of you

  4. Audace Nakeshimana · March 28, 2014

    This is really amazing. the atmosphere has to be protected because it is vital to all beings. I am really delighted because of your willingness and avidity to solve the problem of atmospheric pollution which is devastating the world. Keep moving on.