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Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)

Recent Submissions

  • Acolatse, Dela Kwami (Ashesi University, 2018-04)
    Community pharmacies are well positioned to be the first port of call for healthcare in the community. The services they provide improve the health and well-being of customers and therefore affirms their role as ...
  • Adam, Abdul-Razak (Ashesi University, 2018-04)
    The rapid generation of data by businesses has created a unique and exciting opportunity for management and employees to explore relationships in their data and make informed decisions based on these insights. However, ...
  • Gouanfo, Cynthia Naela Priscilia Ngaffo (Ashesi University, 2018-04)
    Cervical cancer is the most common cause of cancer among African women. It is a preventable disease and can be treated if identified at early stages. Given the lack of adequate health care services and the costly nature ...
  • Amoah, Hector (Ashesi University, 2018-04)
    This paper documents an attempt to create an algorithm for multi-tempo music lyric transcription. This paper reviews music information retrieval as a field of study and identifies music lyric transcription as a subset of ...
  • Aladago, Maxwell Mbabilla (Ashesi University, 2018-04)
    Malaria is currently one of the most deadly diseases in the world. While there are different treatment methods for the disease, the search for new drugs against malaria is still a very important area of research. One of ...
  • Adu, Alex Kwasi Nkonim (Ashesi University, 2018-04)
    Transportation has played a vital role in the development of societies globally. The quality of services provided by a country’s transportation sector directly influences the productivity of a country’s citizens. In Ghana, ...
  • Jallow, Alieu (Ashesi University, 2018-04)
    Inventory management is key in every business setting. Proper inventory management helps businesses to reduce cost and maximize profit. Hence, this project seeks to design and build a user-friendly inventory management ...
  • Likudie, Constant Komla (Ashesi University, 2018-04)
    Producing software compels programmers to have in-depth knowledge of several programming languages, tools, and frameworks. This time-consuming process demands dedication and mastery which are typically the foremost reasons ...
  • Mboya, Brenda Akoth (Ashesi University, 2018-04)
    This project seeks to make locating medicine easier for patients. Through the proposed application, patients can search for medicine, and the application would suggest the nearest pharmacy with the desired drug. In addition, ...
  • Quartey, Benedict (Ashesi University, 2018-04)
    Road accidents are estimated to be the ninth leading cause of death across all age groups globally. 1.25 million people die annually from road accidents, and Africa has the highest rate of road fatalities (WHO, 2015). ...
  • Iliasov, Alexei; Stankaitis, Paulius; Adjepon-Yamoah, David Ebo (Final publisher: University of Birmingham, 2015-04)
    We discuss the whys and hows of remotely managing a collection of automated theorem provers supporting verification of Event-B models in the Rodin Platform[5]. We report on the current state of the work, our general aspirations ...
  • Iliasov, Alexei; Stankaitis, Paulius; Adjepon-Yamoah, David; Romanovsky, Alexander (Springer, Cham, 2016-05)
    We briefly present the motivation, architecture and usage experience as well as proof statistics for a new Rodin Platform proof back-end based on the Why3 umbrella prover. Why3 offers a simple and versatile notation as a ...
  • Abeo, Anthony Anabila (2018-04)
    Considering the importance of roads to a community, stakeholders (Governments, Motoristsetc) needup-to-dateinformation about the state of roads for decisionmaking. This problem inspired Vorgbe’s ...
  • Boohene, Kwabena Gyang (2017-04)
    In nations worldwide, roads play a major part in the livelihood of individuals. They aid in the transport of both people and goods from one location to another. In developed countries, most roads are tarred making ...
  • da Silva, Youssouf J. O. (2017-04)
    Research shows that Africa’s growth in international Internet capacity outpaces all other regions of the world. Between 2014 and 2015, the internet bandwidth in Africa grew by 41% and by 51% when compounded annually ...
  • Eze-Okoli, Tobel Sylvia (2017-04)
    Roughly half of the universities in Ghana still require applicants to send their applications in via post or in person. This places a huge burden on the applicants as many factors come into play, the biggest one being ...
  • Engmann, Sylvia Monalisa (2017-04)
    Food ordering applications for restaurants and eateries in Ghana have features such as make orders, select options for delivery or pickup, and provide various options of payment.The context of this project is to ease the ...
  • Belnye, Stephanie (2017-04)
    The use of mobile phones has become part of the daily activities of about ninety percent of Ghanaian adults. This has contributed to the rapid adoption of mobile financial services by Ghanaians. In 2014, Bank of Ghana ...
  • Donkor, Nathan Yaw Oppong (2017-04)
    This Applied Project reviews, designs and implements security for the mobile application used by the MHealth project. The result of improving security brings the project in line with Ghana Ministry of Health’s Legal and ...
  • Suuk, Simon Baaman (2017-04)
    This capstone project idea is to develop a system called FarmConnect—a mobile application platform that connects investors with smallholder farmers who are seeking funding for their farm operations. Such funding will ...

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