Moses Adoko, PhD

Moses Adoko

Moses Adoko, PhD

Department: Systems Engineering, Engineering Management


Dr. Moses Adoko is an Adjunct Professor for the Online Engineering Programs at the George Washington University in Washington, DC. He has over 23 years of working experience with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) supporting various technical programs and projects including the development and implementation of the NASA Systems Engineering Procedural Requirements (NPR 7123.1) policy. At NASA, Dr. Adoko serves as Chief Knowledge Officer of the Goddard Space Flight Center. In this role, he provides strategic oversight and leadership for technical and institutional knowledge management programs across diverse business lines, including space science, engineering, advanced technologies development, program and project management, and safety and mission assurance. He also serves as coordinator of the NASA Goddard Senior Fellowship program, a scientific and technical advisory committee made up of distinguished scientists and engineers, recognized for their accomplishments and contributions. His research interests include the management of complex systems development and the engineering of resilient systems.

Dr. Adoko holds a Ph.D. in Systems Engineering and an M.S. in Engineering Management from the George Washington University.

  • “Developing A Cost Overrun Predictive Model for Complex Systems Development Projects” Project Management Journal, December 2015 - January 2016 edition - DOI: 10.1002/pmj.
  • “NASA Goddard’s Road to Mission Success I and II: An Overview.” NASA Knowledge Journal, Issue 2, September 2016.
  • “Developing an Improved Performance Predictive Model for Space-based Detector Systems” presented at the 16th National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) Annual Systems Engineering Conference, October 2013.