Benjamin's Interests are mainly in software engineering especially software architectures, software design and implementation. I am also practicing software programmer. The main application areas of my research include Health, Education and Environment. Learn more about me plus publications. In the line of eHealth, we continue to support helecare2x an integrated platform for hospital management and patient record management.
II am a Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science at the School of Computing and Information Technology, Makerere University. I obtained a PhD in Computer Science in 2013 from Eindhoven University of Technology, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science in the Architecture of Information Systems group under the supervision of prof. dr. ir. W. M.P. van der Aalst and Dr. M. Westergaard. My PhD study involved investigating the use of business process simulation and process mining to analyse the resource perspective of business processes.
My research interests are in the areas of Business Process Management and Software Engineering, Service Oriented Architectures and Agile Software Development. My full bio
I am an Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Computer Science, School of Computing & IT – Makerere University. I received my PhD (Computer Science) from Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium in 2012, under the promotership of Prof. Dr. Wolfgang De Meuter. In my PhD research I developed programming languages to ease the development of mobile software applications – specifically distributed mobile applications and reactive context-aware applications. I received my Master after master of Computer Science from Vrije Universiteit Brussel in 2008 and my B.Sc. of Computer Science from Makerere University in 2006.
My research interests lie in the areas of programming language engineering, ICT for Development, mobile computing, and crowdsourcing/participatory sensing. I am currently on a mission to use Computer Science research and technological innovations to improve people's lives in developing countries.
Dr Amina Zawede
Dr. Aminah Zawedde: I am a Lecturer in the Department of Information Technology, School of Computing & IT – Makerere University. I have a PhD in Computer Science from Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands and my PhD thesis is titled Modeling the Dynamics of Requirements Process Improvement. My research interests are in the areas of systems modelling, big data analytics, information security and ICT for sustainable development in various sectors that include education, health, and agriculture among other.
Marriette Katarahweire (PhD Fellow)
Mobile data collection systems (MDCS) are widely deployed especially in the health sector as tools to improve health care service delivery.
Dr Peter Nabende
Peter Nabende, Ph.D. is a Lecturer in the Department of Information Systems at the School of Computing and Informatics Technology, College of Computing and Information Sciences, Makerere University. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Makerere University, a Master of Science in Computer Science (focusing on Computer Information Systems) from Makerere University, and a PhD in Computational Linguistics from the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences at University of Groningen.
Dr. Florence Kivunike
Florence Nameere Kivunike is a Lecturer and researcher of Computer and Systems Sciences at the School of Computing and Informatics Technologies, Makerere University. Her research interests are in ICT4D, e-governance, optimizing benefits of computer systems to the underserved in developing countries.
Dr. Evelyn Kahiigi
Evelyn Kigozi Kahiigi Ph.D is a Lecturer and Head of Department
of Information Technology at the School of Computing and
Informatics Technology, Makerere University. Evelyn obtained her PhD
in Computer and System Sciences at DSV- Stockholm University. While
taking on administrative roles, Evelyn continues to teach and supervise
undergraduate and master’s students at the department. Her research
Rashida Namisanvu (PhD Fellow)
Rashidah Namisanvu Kasauli is a PhD student at Chalmers | University of Gothenburg Sweden, working under the supervision of Dr. Eric Knauss from Chalmers | UGOT and Dr. Benjamin Kanagwa of Makerere University Uganda. Rashidah's PhD work is focusing on requirements engineering in agile software development. Her research aims at establishing a model or theory that will help the developers, product owners and testers work together more efficiently for better and fast results.
John Kizito, aka “Jonathan", graduated in October 2001 with Honors from Makerere University Kampala (Uganda) after completing a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science and Mathematics. Worked with Digital Solutions as a Senior Software Developer until 2003. Pursued a Master of Science Degree in Computing Science (Software and Systems Engineering) in the University of Groningen (The Netherlands). A Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science and a Researcher with the Software Center at Makerere University. Also, leads the Technical team at Socnet Solutions on addition to being the Director – IT Operations at Yange TV.