Emmanuel

Emmanuel Kyere-Frempong

Contact:

Phone (office) +233 247 241608

Mobile +233 202 698181

Email efrempong@gtuc.edu.gh

Office Location:  Block A Room 1

Status in the University: Lecturer (Faculty of Engineering)

Professional Background

Educational background (degree/school)
Kyere-Frempong Emmanuel is enriched with M.Sc. Energy Technology from Gävle University, Sweden, B.Eng. Production and Operational Management from Arcada University of Applied Sciences, Finland, Professional Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain management from Arcada University of Applied Sciences, Finland, Mechanical Engineering Technician III and Technician Diploma in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering from City & Guilds of London Institute, and Specialized in Lean Operation, Total Productive Maintenance (TPM), 5S, Industrial Hydraulics & Pneumatics, Industrial Automation and Renewable Energy Technologies.

Scholarly (Research) Interests

  1. Energy Economics
  2. Alternative Energy sources (Renewable Energy)
  3. Energy Conservation (Industrial and Building Energy Management)
  4. Engineering Product Development and Design
  5. Sustainable Development
  6. Biodiesel production
  7. Measurements and Instrumentations
  8. Semiconductor Production Technology
  9. Industrial Control Systems (Automation)
  10. Artificial Intelligence

 

Memberships of Professional Bodies

Ghana Institute of Engineers

Brief Biography

With over 20 years industrial experience, I have been extremely resourceful internationally and locally in various roles of responsibilities such as Plant supervisor, Maintenance and Service Project Leader, Maintenance Engineer, Maintenance Manager, Production/Operations Manager, General Manager, Consultant and a Lecturer.

Courses Teaching/Taught at GTUC

  1. Instrumentations and Measurements
  2. Engineering Design and Drawing
  3. Renewable Energy Systems
  4. Electrical Machines
  5. Research and Methodology
  6. Engineers and Society
  7. Technical Report Writing
  8. Power Generation and Distribution

Other Academic Pursuits (Consultancies, Conference Presentations etc)

  1. I worked as an associate consultant to develop an innovative curriculum on solar PV Energy systems for Ghana Electrical Contractors Association (GECA). GTUC, COTVET/SDF sponsored project 2015.
  2. As one of the leading facilitators, I trained over 500 personnel of Ghana Electrical Contractors and Engineers (GECA) on how to Design, install and Maintain solar PV systems in five regions namely, (Volta, Eastern, Ashanti, Northern and Upper West) regions. A project sponsored and financed by COTVET/SDF based on the Government of Ghana’s energy policy of 10% renewable energy in the energy generation-mix by 2020.
  3. I supervise the production of all the High Voltage Transmision Cables for Bui Power project

albertosei

Albert Osei Owusu

Contact
Phone (office): 0501408654

Mobile: 0249489541

Email: alowusu@gtuc.edu.gh

Office Location: Electronics Laboratory

Status in the University: Lab Instructor

Professional Background

Educational background (degree/school)
Bsc. Telecommunication Engineering (GTUC)

Scholarly (Research) Interests

  • Emerging Technology and Big Data
  • Memberships of Professional Bodies
  • National Society of Black Engineers

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Mr. Alfred Arthur

Contact: Phone (office):0302221412Mobile: 020-3003920

Email: aarthur08@yahoo.com or arthur@gtuc.edu.gh

Office Location: Main Campus Tesano

Status in the University: Lecturer

Professional Background

Educational background (degree/school)

MSc. Telecomm Engineering

Memberships of Professional Bodies

Member Institute of Incorporated Engineers

Brief Biography

Born In the Year 1955 and Come from Gomoa Buduatta in the Central Region and Married with Three Children

Courses Teaching/Taught at GTUC

  • Circuit Theory
  • Electronics Electrical Machines
  • Analogue Communication

Mr. Kwame Simpe

Kwame Simpe Ofori

Contact: Mobile: 0202698188.

Email kofori@gtuc.edu.gh

Office Location: R53 -Main Campus

Status in the University: Lecturer

 

Professional Background:

Educational background (degree/school)

  • Telecom Technology /Sikkim Munipal University
  • MSc Finance/ Amity University
  • Business Administration/ University of Wales
  • Statistics/ Regent University College of Science and Technology
  • Information Technology/ Methodist University
  • Diploma Telecom Engineering/ Multimedia University

Scholarly (Research) Interests

  • Innovation Diffusion
  • Machine Learning
  • Structural Equation Modeling

Courses Teaching/Taught at GTUC

  • Data Communications
  • Broadband Wireless Technologies
  • Communication Networks

Other Academic Pursuits (Consultancies, Conference Presentations etc)

  • Doctorate of Management (On-going)
  • MSc Statistics (On-going)

Nana Ohene Boamah

Engr. Ohene Nana Yaw Boamah

Contact: Phone (office) : 0202688322

Mobile: 0203003546

Email: oboamah@gtuc.edu.gh

Office Location: Tesano, Accra

Status in the University:  Lecturer

 

Professional Background

Educational background (degree/school)

  • MSc in Telecom Engineering KNUST/GTUC
  • FTC in Telecom London
  • Asset and ILSA tool user November 2003 London
  • Optical fiber cable technology September 1990. Tokyo Japan
  • Telecommunication regulation and privatization February 2004.london U.K
  • 3rd GTUC and civil international ICT conference
  • NERA training October, 2006
  • Alcatel OMSN operation & maintenance march 2005
  • Microsoft Front Page September 2005.accra
  • Faculty training FCOT online training .June 2013
  • Radio frequency spectrum management march 2002, Washington U.S.A
  • Training of trainers march 1990 Accra

Scholarly (Research) Interests

  • Microwave Engineering (Antennas)
  • Effect Of EMR on The environment
  • Consultancy

Memberships of Professional Bodies

Institution of Engineering &Technology, Ghana

Brief Biography

Home town:    Wiamoase-Ashanti
Status: Remarried
Children: 5
1974-75: Tutor (Mathematics and Telecom principles) at Radio Servicing Training College (RADISCO)
1975-76: Employed at Ghana Railway Corporation as Signals and Telecom Inspector
1978-1980: Telecom Engineering School (TES) To Be Trained As Assistant Telecom Superintendent
1980-1983: Operation and Maintenance Officer (Radio) Western Region, Takoradi
1982-1983:  Clerk Of Works for World Bank (IBRD) Project. (Installation of NEC Equipment)
1983: Transferred to Telecom Engineering School as an Instructor at the Transmission Department at the School
1990: Appointment as Head of Transmission Department at the School
1990: Appointment as Counterpart of the ITU expert in Transmission
1995: Appointed as Head of Transmission Training Ghana
2009: Appointed as Head of GTUC Laboratories
2011: Faculty Member and Senior Member at the Telecom Department of GTUC

Courses Teaching/Taught at GTUC

Analogue communication, microwave devices, electronics III ,optoelectronic and optical communication, microwave components and circuit, microwave technology ,electronic I ,satellite communications and communication electronics.

Michael-Xenya

Mr. Michael Christopher Xenya

Contact: Phone (office): 0203430242

Email: mxenya@gtuc.edu.gh

Office Location: Block A, R7

Status in the University: Lecturer

 

Professional Background

Educational background (degree/school)

  • Msc. Information Technology (Candidate)
  • Meng. Computer Engineering
  • Bsc. Computer Engineering
  • Dip. Telecom Engineering

Scholarly (Research) Interests

  • Automation,
  • Machine Learning,
  • Industrial Control (PID),
  • SCADA

Memberships of Professional Bodies

IEEE, ACM

Contact: Mobile: 0203002283 /0202698176

Email: kowusu@gtuc.edu.gh…

Office Location…Faculty of Engineering, next to HOD’s office

Status in the University: Lecturer

 

Professional Background

  • Educational background (degree/school
  • PhD Candidate(Telecommunications Management)-CASS Europe/GTUC
  • Masters in Telecommunications Engineering(specialty in Electromagnetics, Optical Communications and Microwave Engineering)-Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg, Germany
  • Physics (Optoelectronics and Geophysics).KNUST, Kumasi

 

Scholarly (Research) Interests

  • M/E –government
  • M/E-learning
  • Effective and Efficient Radio Spectrum Management
  • Fibre Optics
  • Microwave Communications/Engineering
  • Electromagnetics

Selected (Recent) Publications

  • J. R. Ojha, K. A. Owusu, B. K. Shah, Reduced Numerical Approaches for Determining the Input and Transfer Impedance of Antennas, ICEAA 2009, International Conference on Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications, Italy.
  • J. R. Ojha, K. A. Owusu, B. K. Shah, Reduced Numerical Models for Determining the Input Impedance of Antennas, IEEE 2009, South Carolina, USA.
  • J. R. Ojha, S. Latif, K. A. Owusu, Analysis of Electromagnetic   Radiation on Rectangular Stacked PCBs used in Telecommunications, EMC UK 2006 Newbury, UK.

Brief Biography

Mr. Kwame Asiedu Owusu is currently a lecturer at the department of Telecommunications in Ghana Technology University College (GTUC). He is a PhD candidate in ICT/Telecoms Management at CASS Europe/GTUC. He obtained his Masters in Telecommunications with specialty in EM, Optical Communications and Microwave Engineering at the Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg and his first degree in Physics (Optoelectronics) from KNUST, Kumasi. He is a lay Reverend at the Lighthouse Chapel, Qodesh and the patron of the All Christian Fellowship(GTUC).His research interest are m/e-government, m/e-learning, radio spectrum management, fiber optics communications and Microwave Communications/Engineering. He is married with three children.

Courses Teaching/Taught at GTUC

  • Field Theory
  • EM theory
  • Microwave Devices
  • Microwave Technology
  • Microwave Components and Circuits
  • Optoelectronics and Optical Communications
  • Antenna Theory and Wave Propagation

Other Academic Pursuits (Consultancies, Conference Presentations etc)

  • Seasonal External Examiner at Sikkim Manipal University
  • Quarterly Board Member of Admin Telecom Training Institute
  • Attended ITU-R conference in Ghana. Nominated by the Department
  • Workshop on Mobile ICT in Education organized by WISE Research Institute and the ministry of Education
  • Workshop on Mobile Technologies by AalBorg University, Denmark/GTUC
  • Coventry University-UK,workshop and seminars on Teaching/Assessment
  • Introduction to wireless networking-International Institute of telecommunication and African Advanced level telecommunications Institute in collaboration with Ghana Telecom University College,May,2008
  • IEEE EMC society: Region 8 workshop on computational Electromagnetics computer modeling & simulation-Hamburg University of Technology,2006
  • Member of the committee instituted by the Standards Board of Ghana to adapt telecommunication standards for Ghana from the ITU standards(2011-2012)

Isaac Hanson

Isaac Hanson

Contact: Phone (office) : 0302 200 663Mobile 020 2698 179

Email: ihanson@gtuc.edu.gh

Office Location: Opposite Reprographic Centre

 Status in the University: Head, Computer Engineering Department

 

Professional Background

Educational background (degree/school)

Masters in Engineering Technology from Vrije University of Brussels, Belgium, Bachelor of Science in Telecommunication Engineering from University of Post and Telecommunications, P.R. China

Scholarly (Research) Interests

  • Digital Systems and Multimedia applications,
  • Mobile systems and networks with emphasis on the next generation networks,
  • Transport systems,
  • Computer Architectures,
  • mobile computing as well as
  • embedded system.

 

Brief Biography

Isaac Hanson is a Ghanaian national who received his Bachelor of Science degree in Telecommunications Engineering from Beijing University of Post and Telecommunications, The People’s Republic of China and a Masters degree in Engineering Technology from Vrije University of Brussels in Belgium. Having worked with the Ghana Telecom Company since 1994 in various capacities from Laboratory Assistant, Instructor, IT Expert and lecturer, I have received extensive training in many aspects of Telecommunications including Access Technologies, Transmission/Transport  systems, Switching systems, IP Telephony and GSM AND Mobile Networks as well as Information Technology.

At Ghana Telecom University College, I started as Head of Information Technology Department and late moved to head the Computer Engineering Department and acted as Head of IT Support Services of the University. Presently at GTUC I lecture various courses including Computer Applications, Voice and Data Communications, Computer Architecture and Digital Computer Design as well as Microprocessors and Interfacing.

Courses Teaching/Taught at GTUC

Computer Applications, Computer Architecture, Digital Computer Design, Voice & Data Communications, Networking, Digital Communications, Telephony and Switching, GSM/Mobile Networks, Microprocessor & Interfacing

Other Academic Pursuits (Consultancies, Conference Presentations etc)

Was a member of Millennium Challenge Account (MiDA) WAN Project Evaluation Committee

Gabriel Gidisu

Mr. Gabriel Blanton Gidisu

Contact:
Phone (office) 0501408644

Mobile 0201488619

Email: ggidisu@gtuc.edu.gh

Office Location: Electronics laboratory

Status in the University: Laboratory instructor

 

Professional Background

Educational background (degree/school)

BSc Telecommunication Engineering Ghana Technology University College

Scholarly (Research) Interest(s)

Embedded systems

Brief Biography

September, 2007 Ghana Education Service as a teacher. November, 2012 Ghana Technology University College as a National service personal. November, 2013 Huawei Ghana. Employed as a fiber Engineer. February, 2014. Ghana Technology University College employed as a laboratory instructor.

Dr.  D. M. O.  Adjin

Contact:
Phone (office):    00 233 20 2698175

Mobile: 00233 20 300 1290

Email:  dadjin@gtuc.edu.gh; drdmoadjin@gmail.com

Office Location:   Main Campus – Tesano

Status in the University: Head, Telecom Engineering Department

Professional Background

Educational background (degree/school)

PhD – Telecommunications Engineering / Aalborg University – Copenhagen, Denmark

M.Sc. Eng (Telecommunications); Odessa Institute of Electronics and Communications – Ukraine; 1986 To 1991

Full Technological Certificate in Telecoms Engineering; City & Guilds of London Institute – 1981 to 1983

Diploma in Marketing (London Chamber of Commerce and Industries – LCCI); Harvard School of International Marketing (Accra Ghana); 2005 To 2006

Assistant Telecom Superintendent (A-Tel.S) Certificate: Telecommunications Engineering School P&T Training School; Formally Ghana Telecom Training Centre (GTTC), now Ghana Technology   University College (GTUC), Accra; 1979 To 1981

Scholarly (Research) Interests:

  • Information Systems (IS) Studies
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems Studies

Memberships of Professional Bodies:

  • 2011-Member (IEEE) – Ghana Section – Region 8
  • 1999-Corporate Member – Ghana Institution of Engineers (GHIE)

Selected (Recent) Publications

  1. M. O. Adjin, Emm Aidoo, Stephen Asunka; Developing Students’ Information Management System For Higher Learning: A Case   Study In Educational Institutions In Ghana; Conference Publication: 7th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation (ICERI 2014); July 2015, Pages 6642 – 6649, Available at:  http://library.iated.org/view/ADJIN2015/DEV
  1. Stephen Asunka, D. M. O. Adjin Faculty Adoption and Use of Educational Technologies in Ghanaian Higher Education: A Case Study of the Ghana Technology University College, 7 The IntConf on Education & New Learining Technologies, Barcelona, Span, 07/2015
  1. Stephen Asunka, Daniel M. O. Adjin, Mobile Learning in Ghanaian Higher Education: Students’ Perceptions, Opinions and Expectations, 7The IntConf on Education & New Learining Technologies, Barcelona, Span, 07/2015
  1. M. O. Adjin, S. Asunka; Assessing Instructor Acceptance And Use Of A Tablet Pc, And Implications For Mobile Learning Adoption In Ghanaian Higher Education; In: Conference Publication: 7th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation (ICERI 2014); November, 2014, Pages 3412 – 3421                                             Link:   http://library.iated.org/view/ASUNKA2014ASS
  1. M. O Adjin, Kweku Arthur; in Feasibility Study On Powering Cell Sites Using Renewable Energy In Ghana; Published in: International Journal of Emerging Trends & Technology in Computer Science (IJETTCS); Volume 3, Issue 5, Oct 2014; ISSN 2278 – 6856;
    Link:  http://www.ijettcs.org/Volume3Issue5/IJETTCS-2014-10-25-101.pdf
  1. M. O. Adjin, in The Role of Mobile Telephony in the Development of Intelligent Transportation Systems in Africa; Book Chapter Published in: The African Mobile Story (River Publishers’ Series in Communications, Denmark); March 2014; Page 215 – 222
    Link: http://www.amazon.de/African-Mobile-Story-Publishers-Communications
  1. Daniel M. O. Adjin; Developing A Conceptual Information Systems (Is) Success Model For IntelligentVehicle Tracking Systems Used In Developing Countries – The Case Of Ghana; PhD Dissertation;  Link: vaau.dk / files / 207817127 / Adjin_FINAL _ DISSERTATION.pdf;  Jan 15, 2014
  1. Daniel M O Adjin, Reza Tadayoni (Assoc. Prof); Kenneth Tsivor (PhD Student – CMI); Investigating The Factors Impacting The Development & Deployment Of ITS Solutions In Developing Countries; Published In the 9th EU ITS Congress Proceedings, June 2013
    Link: http://vbn.aau.dk/ en/ publications/ investigating-the-factors- impacting-on-the-  development-deployment-of-its-solutions-in-developing-countries
  1. Nana Kofi Annan, Daniel M O Adjin, Dr. G. O. Ofori-Dwumfour; The M-Technologies in M-Learning; Published in EuropejskaPrzestrzenKommunicacjiElectronicznej TOM I, June 2013Vol. II, Pg 643 – 654
    Link: http://vbn.aau.dk/en/publications/the-mtechnologies-in-mlearning
  1. Williams Idongesit, Daniel M O Adjin; Accessing the Role Of PPP As A Tool For Simulating Broadband Infrastructure Investment In Africa: Multiple Case Studies Of NEPAD And Kenya. Available in Elsevier September  2013Link:http://www.amazon. com/impact-PPIs-development-broadband-forward/dp/ B00GU984NU/ref
  1. Moses Torkudzor, Daniel M. O. Adjin, Jack Asare Optimizing Signalized Intersection Using Wireless Vehicle Detectors Published In the 9th EU ITS Congress Proceedings, June 2013
    Link: http:// vbn.aau.dk/ en/ publications/ investigating-the -factors- impacting-on- the-development–deployment-of-its-solutions-in-developing-countries
  1. Kenneth K Tsivor, Daniel M O Adjin; Assessment of Solar Photovoltaic Electricity in ICT for Sustainability in Developing Countries. Published in EkonomiczneProblemyUslug (2013) Link: http://vbn.aau.dk/en/publications/the-assessment-of-solar-photovoltaic-electricity-in-ict-for-sustainability-in-developing-countries
  1. Daniel M O Adjin, Williams Idongesit; Comparative Analysis between WiMAX and Fibre Optics Backhaul Network Deployment In Developing Countries – The Case Of Ghana. Presented at the 29th WWRF Workshop In Berlin – Germany, Sept 2012. Published in the 29th WWRF Proceedings, October 2012.
    Link: http://vbn.aau.dk/en/ publications/comparative-analysis- between-wimax-and-fiber-optics-backhaul-network-deployment-in-developing-countries–the-case-of-ghana
  1. Daniel M. O. Adjin; Reza Tadayoni (Assoc. Prof); Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) As A Tool for Citizens in Developing Countries; The Case of Ghana. Presented & Published in the Conference Proceedings of the 8th ITS European Congress; 8-9 June 2011, In Lyon, France; Paper No. 0254 (Available on CD)
    Link: http://vbn.aau.dk/ files/63216248/8TH.ITS.CON.PAPER.pdf
  1. Daniel M. O. Adjin; Reza Tadayoni (Assoc. Prof); Development of Techno-economic Model of Intelligent Transportation System for Deployment in Ghana. Presented at the 26th World Wireless Research Forum (WWRF) in Doha – Qatar, April 2011. Published in IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine; Volume 8 No. 3; Sept. 2011; PP 88-98.
    Link:http://vbn.aau.dk/en/publications/development-of-a-technoeconomic-model-of-intelligent-transportation-system-its-for-deployment-in-ghana
    Link:http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/articleDetails.jsp?arnumber=6004781

Brief Biography

Daniel Michael Okwabi Adjin is my name, born on 12th May 1961at James Town – AccraI am a Ghanaian and married with 4 children.  I hold a PhD degree in Telecommunications Engineering from Aalborg University in Copenhagen, Denmark (May 2014), and researched in the area/field of Information Systems (IS) & Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) studies. I obtained my Masters Degree in Telecommunication Engineering at the Odessa Institute of Electronics & Communications, Ukraine (Former USSR) in July 1991, majored in Satellite Communications.

My work experience is as follows; currently, I am a lecturer (2005  to Date  ) and the Head of Faculty of Engineering (effective 1st September 2014) at GTUC, former HOD/Telecom Eng Dept at GTUC (2007  to 2010  ), Adjunct Lecturer at the School Of Communication –University of Ghana – Legon (2008 to date), former Chief Engineer – Vodafone Gh Ltd (2005  to 2009  ), Senior Telecom Engineer & Head / Greater Accra Regional Transmission Systems Section, Ghana Telecom Co. Ltd (2002  to 2003),  Nkutunse Satellite Earth Station Manger (2000  to 2003),    Asst. Telecom Engineer – Ghana Telecom Co. Lt (1993  to 1999), National Service Personnel (1992  to 1993) &: Asst –Telecom – Superintendent – P&T Corporation Ghana (1981 to 1985).

Courses Teaching/Taught at GTUC

  • Undergraduate Courses: Electronics I, II, III; Communication Electronics, Communication Networks, Mobile & Satellite Communication Systems, Research Methodology & Presentation

 

  • Postgraduate Courses: Communication Networks, Radio Frequency (RF) & Microwave Components, Telecommunications Network Planning & Design, Telecommunications Network Management, Research Methodology & Presentation

Other Academic Pursuits (Consultancies, Conference Presentations etc)

  1. Daniel M O Adjin, Reza Tadayoni (Assoc. Prof); Kenneth Tsivor (PhD Student – CMI); Investigating The Factors Impacting The Development & Deployment Of ITS Solutions In Developing Countries;

Presented at the 9th EU ITS Congress, Dublin – Ireland, June 2013

  1. Daniel M. O. Adjin, Moses Torkudzor, Jack Asare; Optimizing Signalized Intersection Using Wireless Vehicle Detectors;

Presented at the 9th EU ITS Congress in Dublin – Ireland, June 2013

  1. Daniel M. O. Adjin; Reza Tadayoni (Assoc. Prof); Development of Techno-economic Model of Intelligent Transportation System for Deployment in Ghana. Presented at the 26th World Wireless Research Forum (WWRF) in Doha – Qatar, April 2011
  1. Daniel M. O. Adjin; Reza Tadayoni (Assoc. Prof); Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) As A Tool for Citizens in Developing Countries; The Case of Ghana.

Presented at the 8th ITS European Congress; June 2011, In Lyon, France