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GIMPA SOT FACULTY MEMBERS RESEARCH SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS SCHEDULE FOR FIRST SEMESTER 2015/16

GIMPA SOT FACULTY MEMBERS RESEARCH SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS SCHEDULE FOR FIRST SEMESTER 2015/16

 


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REMARKS

 

1.

 

Tuesday, 8th  Dec. 2015

 

Mrs. Felicia Engmann

 

Title: Energy Transfer for Reliable Wireless Sensor Networks

Abstract: Communication reliability is the ability of the network to last long enough without breaking communication between neighbouring nodes that relay information to the final destination. In this proposal, the concurrent transfer of energy from the base station to sensor nodes and data from sensor nodes to a sink in a large and spatially distributed sensor network is studied. Read more...

 

 

           

 

2.

 

Tuesday, 1st  Nov. 2015

 

Mr. Kwasi Boakye-Boateng

 

Efficient Encryption Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks Using One-Time Pads.

 

 

           

 

3.

 

Tuesday, 24th   Nov. 2015

 

Mr. Emmanuel Antwi-Boasiako

 

Title: Codec Switching Mechanisms For Secured Real-Time Multimedia Systems

Abstract: The best effort nature of the internet leads to low quality of service (QoS) when transmitting real-time multimedia sessions such as voice or video mainly because of limited bandwidth. QoS for such applications further worsens when encryption protocols are also implemented to secure such real-time applications. Read more...

   
           

 

4.

 

Tue 17th Nov. 2015

 

Mr. Daniel Narh Treku

 

Title: Towards the Development of a Theory of IT Translation for Information Systems Implementation.

In understanding technology and social structuring during IS implementation-practice, issues of faithful appropriation and appropriation have arisen. The consequent arguments have focused on whether or not the designers themselves faithfully represent their real intentions by the time the artefact is logically and physically designed. Read more ...

   
           

 

5.

 

Tue 10th  Nov. 2015

 

Prof. Gamel Wiredu

 

Title: "Ubiquitous Computing and SME Service Innovation Strategy”

Abstract: Research in strategic information systems (SIS) has evolved in response to how information technology (IT) innovation shapes business strategy. Read more ...