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Senior Theses and Projects

Senior Theses and Projects

 

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  • 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 ...
  • Sowe, Momodou Korka (2017-04)
    Marathon is the nickname of this project. The aim of the project is to automate the process of providing some of the most common information Burro Staffers and hundreds of Burro Resellers throughout Ghana normally call to ...
  • Moujaled, Ryan Yoofi (2017-04)
    This project s eeks to demonstrate the use of virtual and cryptocurrencies. In recent years, they have taken on various forms; from mediums of exchange to stores of investment value. This unique function is made secure t ...
  • Hormeku, Rejoice (2017-04)
    The need for communication in the world has become increasingly daunting and so has the technology to enhance it. The primary reason for communication has been pegged largely to demand for factual data. This project’s ...
  • Fie, Makafui (2017-04)
    The Bluetooth Specifications Group recently released a new version of Bluetooth, called Bluetooth Low Energy. It is ideal for battery-powered IoT devices that do not require continuous streaming of information because ...
  • Poku, Maame Yaa Afriyie (2017-04)
    There have been many changes in Ghana’s school language policy and this is main due to the desire to improve literacy acquisition. However, there has been little improvement in the literacy and numeracy skills of ...
  • Bamfo, Kwabena Ampadu (2017-04)
    The advent of free recycling is largely alien and unheard of in Ghana. This is the practice of giving out unwanted but reusable items to other people who may have need of it. Freecycling is a linguistic blend of the ...
  • Kelly, Japheth Terra Sedom Komla (2017-04)
    The bus is used by most staff and faculty to get to and from school the campus daily during the weekdays. The current system for paying for fares involves paying for a paper ticket with cash and does not allow for any ...
  • Mate-Kole, Gifty Yaa (2017-04)
    This project is about creating an online ordering system for the canteens in Ashesi University College. In Ashesi, there are two canteens which serve a population of about 826 people. This puts pressure on the canteens ...
  • Takyi-Yeboah, Jeffrey (2017-04)
    Wireless communication is one of the dominant discoveries to mankind. Bluetooth, a wireless technology, is a crucial technology enabling wireless communications and more importantly, the internet of things. A recognized ...
  • Shahadu, Husein (2017-04)
    The web has evolved from an information exchange system to a data mining, knowledge creation or Knowledge dissemination platform where the internet is viewed as a critical and vital component of success by students, ...
  • Kornu, Francis (2017-04)
    According to a 2013 report by the international youth foundation, Ghana has seen some increased development in the fields of software, communication and technology. Aside this, the number of individuals having access ...
  • Yinbil, Francis Nabii Tiroug (2017-04)
    The introduction of agriculture technology in any country improves the annual production. Agriculture technology changes farming by reducing the amount of man power needed and increasing yield Connecting farmers ...
  • Kufuor, Jr, Ernest (2017-04)
    Heuristic algorithms have been known to be the most common and effective methods to solving the classical course scheduling problem which has been found to be a non deterministic polynomial time hard problem. Many ...
  • Bainson, Efua Bentsiwa (2017-04)
    The problem of property crime exists on university campuses worldwide. There is also difficulty in monitoring and determining the location of items. Organizations have sought to rely on tracking devices to curb this ...
  • Dzobo, Ebenezer Elom (2017-04)
    Health literacy has always been a challenge to 100 percent user absorption rate of medicines. The sad truth is that literacy does not always translate into health literacy. And despite the education levels of people, ...
  • Inusah, David Haq Thorndollawende (2017-04)
    Patatte is a simple social network that helps people to find and collaborate with informal and semi-formal experts. This project’s aim is to solve the ‘expert finding+ problem’ which is the problem of finding an unknown ...
  • Martey, Brian Nii Martei (2017-03)
    There has been an increase in poor educational performance in the Ghanaian society that has caused many to sort out the root problem. As shown in previous scholarly work, there are many problems that face the Ghanaian ...
  • Seidu, Ayishetu (2017-04)
    This project seeks to improve an existing web based system used by a Non-Governmental Organisation in Ghana to manage their scholarship application process. The NGO, which sponsors High School students in Ghana, currently ...

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