Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM): Recent submissions

  • Akoto, Ohemaa Akua Afriyie (Ashesi University, 2020-05)
    Hospital occupancy describes the number of hospital beds engaged by inpatients as compared to the total number of beds in the hospital. Knowledge of accurate occupancy is essential to very hospital in determining whether ...
  • Frimpong, Queen (2020-05)
    Emotion recognition is an active field of research that has seen a lot of interest over the past decade. Historically, people’s emotions were analysed and determined through human observation and psychological counselling ...
  • Obese Gyau, William (2020-05)
    Ghana lost a whopping $229.9million to recorded cybercrime cases between 2016 and August 2018 [2]. The victims being individuals, groups and corporate bodies especially banks. The increase in cybercrime is unfortunately ...
  • Adam, Munira (2020-05)
    The Informal sector of Ghana together with the Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) contributes the most to the Gross Domestic Product of the country. Many countries in sub-Saharan Africa rely heavily on this ...
  • Vowotor, Melinawo Korku (2020-05)
    Transportation and delivery have become an essential part of our everyday lives. It is constantly evolving as people try to develop new ways to improve a mode of transportation or make delivery in lesser time than ...
  • Ofori-Teiko, Joel Nana Yaw (2020-05)
    Traditional friction brakes are wasteful in their method of slowing down a moving vehicle. They typically slow down a moving vehicle by converting the kinetic energy of the car into other forms of energy like friction ...
  • Lustig, Elisheva Mimi (2020-05)
    Performing daily activities such as laundry are influenced by available resources which vary concerning demographics and geography. An estimated 14% of the global population live off-grid; a fraction of which live ...
  • Kashumba, Emmanuel Fidelis (2020-05)
    The mutable nature of cancer has made it one of the toughest diseases to successfully fight against. Due to the aggressive nature of cancer, toxic drugs are administered to stop or slow down the growth of cancerous ...
  • Koroma, Sanuratu (2020-05)
    An automated baby monitor for financially challenged deaf parents in Africa. This system is operating on a 433MHz RF module to aid wireless communication. Its input is from a pulse/heartbeat sensor, which checks the ...
  • Asare, Emmanuel (2020-05)
    A prototype of a wireless charging system was designed to tackle the problem of desks being messy as a result of electric cables that are used in charging mobile equipment and the inability to use the mobile devices ...
  • Yelipoie, Edna (2020-05)
    Drunk driving is a contributing factor to road accidents in several parts of the world. Road accidents caused by drunk driving are usually fatal and have an adverse on the victims and the government, in the long run. ...
  • Amarteifio, Wendy Amarteley (2020-05)
    Improper disposal of refuse has in recent times caused harm to live and properties. In our cities and towns, it is common to find waste at inappropriate places such as gutters. This project focuses on the use of Internet ...
  • Mensah, Andrea Adjoba (2020-05)
    Shopping at a supermarket is an everyday human activity and with the increasing convenience to access supermarkets, overcrowding and the tired use of trolleys have become a problem. This project integrates many subsystems ...
  • Annor, Emmanuel Yaw Manu (2020-05)
    Voting is practised in almost every Senior High School in Ghana to elect school leaders in various schools. In Ghana, several issues are facing senior high schools during voting processes. Some of these issues include: ...
  • Gyabaah, Oswald (2020-05)
    Location based services applications are very common in our lives today. Services such as uber rely on them to deliver their core products. If a service does not require a very strict accuracy level, it is generally ...
  • Gasu, Joshua Edem (2020-05)
    This project explores the idea of using the principle of Computer Numerical Control(CNC) to build a farm machine. The project can be divided into three facets. The first involves the mechanical component of the machine. ...
  • Avoka, Ayebilla (2020-05)
    The United Nation’s 2018 report states that about 1.3 billion people suffer some form of visual impairment with 36 million of them being blind. The number of blind people is projected to reach 115 million by 2050. Some ...
  • Agbobli, Jason Mawuena Kwaku (2020-05)
    Finding a vacant parking spot is important to individuals to save time which can be spent on other things. The increase in the number of cars in the country has led to a difficulty in locating vacant parking spots and ...
  • Magagula, Sihle (2020-05)
    In the past two decades, financial technology (fintech) has grown to become one of the most significant economic drivers in developing countries especially in sub-Saharan Africa. Despite the prevalence of these fintech ...
  • Parker, Eugene Nii Sackey (2020-05)
    Over the decades, crime rate has exponentially increased in major countries due to factors such as unemployment, economic hardship, greed and gang retaliation. Every year, 1 in 5 people are affected by crime, which is ...

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