Computer Science and Communications
  • MSc in Information and Telecommunications Technologies,  Athens Information Technology Center of Excellence for Research and Graduate Education, Greece
  • Master of Communications Management, Buckinghamshire New University, UK
  • BSc (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Ghana
Teaching Statement

I underscore the significant role that teachers play in shaping any society. For this to happen, knowledge must be impacted and exchanged in a manner that foster critical thinking and enhances practical application. Essentially, my teaching philosophy is rooted in a purpose-driven nurturing of all manner of students to acquire and apply knowledge to solve problems by providing a conducive and challenging learner-centered teaching environment, the right information and the opportunity to practise with discipline and a sense of excellence.
I seek to contribute to raising a new crop of ICT professionals who will become leading lights in Africa and beyond, exhibiting an all-round prowess in technical and non-technical domains. My joy is to see students gain full mastery of concepts and apply them in practical ways.
Courses taught at Ashesi University

  • Communication Systems
  • Networks and Data Communications
Research Statement

I have a keen interest in exploring emerging networks (such as Software-Defined Networks), Internet of Things (IoT), and application of information and communication technologies (ICT) to Healthcare problems. Having spent about one-and-half decade in the communications industry, I am naturally attracted by the business, management and regulatory aspects of the ICT field.
My MSc thesis work involved short-range wireless technologies in the healthcare infrastructure of the future and culminated in a proof-of-concept testbed design of a mobile-network-assisted monitoring of the elderly at home; while my Communications Management dissertation work was geared towards improving the efficiency of authorized service providers (ASPs) in the mobile communications industry of the developing world.