Reseach Nexus Africa Partners & Collaborators
Creative Research Networks
Research and Development
Electronic Systems Design
Mobile Systems Design
Using a network of professional partners and institutions across the globe Creative Networks promote manpower development and training for various organizations and their functional departments. We carry out surveys on technology evaluation research/surveys and initiate multidisciplinary research for the academia. We host and publish academic documents such as journals, technical paper series and conference proceedings for departments in higher institutions of learning and corporate organisations. We also provide support for individual research and development activities.
We engage in hard core systems programming and software development and design electronic systems that leverage on existing mobile systems and other ubiquitous technologies. We match mentors to prospective scholars and organize management training workshops, motivational speeches, skills acquisition seminars, grant/proposal writing workshops, conferences and publish research and practice papers and periodicals on topical issues.
Technology Evaluation & Consultancy
We conduct empirical, causal and qualitative research for individuals, industry, corporate organizations, research/policy institutes on technology adoption, usage and diffusion. We model market and consumer dynamics for vendors and marketing companies and conduct consumer assessment research on new products for manufacturing and production companies. Our team of experts use state of the art analytic; statistical and graphical modelling tools to provide accurate interpretation of primary and secondary data with the objective of guiding decision makers. Listed on the left (see below) are our network partners and other services targeted at assisting institutions, individuals and corporate organizations achieve personal, corporate and institutional objectives
Creative Networks actively prepare clients for summer schools, undergraduate programmes, postgraduate programmes, short courses and college attendance for diploma and certificate programmes in the UK, Canada, USA, Ireland, Europe and other parts of the world.
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The African Institute for Development Informatics and Policy (AIDIP)
AIDIP is a research institute which focuses on the conduct and dissemination of research and the advocacy and establishment of projects and policies concerning the adoption and usage of development informatics in Africa. Development informatics refers to appropriate design, localization, development, implementation and usage of information and communication technologies (ICTs) to achieve development goals.
The primary goal of AIDIP is to extend the reach of the use of ICTs to the underserved and unreached. To achieve this, the institute would establish research and development projects of relevance to the developmental needs of the country and to the millennium development goals. Since the research centre would be primarily located in Ghana, it would also become an official data source for statistics and research in Ghana and thereafter other African countries. This would be done through the coordinating research activities and projects related to development informatics in both private and public sector agencies in Ghana. The institute would also support the research faculty and staff in Ghanaian universities and link them to other research institutes in other universities.
AIDIP seeks to become the foremost African forum for practitioners, managers, researchers and policy makers to share their knowledge and experience on the technology, adoption, localization, management and policy of development informatics in Africa.
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ICTYD is an NGO dedicated to the development of youths through the use of ICTs. They convene the African Apps Development Conference & Ehibition Annualy.
The International Center for Information Technology and Development (ICITD)
The ICITD is funded through the National Science Foundation, Division of Information & Intelligent Systems for a five-year period to investigate information technology transfer to developing nations. Specifically the Center will perform a multi-national research and education program on the adoption of robust IT applications such as tele-medicine, tele-education, tele-democracy and E-government. The Center will also provide support and consulting services to governments of developing nations in sub-Saharan Africa, South America, and South East Asia, as well as US agencies interested in IT investments in those regions of the world.
The overarching goal of ICITD is to conduct highly empirical and hypotheses-driven research in IT Transfer to Developing Nations and to translate such research into practical applications for managers and policy makers to make well informed decisions in the context of their respective countries.
Specific objectives of the center include:
The publication of tier one refereed journal papers in the area of technology transfer to developing nations;
Offer technology transfer consulting services to managers and policy maker in developing nations;
Mentor graduate students to produce high caliber journal and conference papers in the technology transfer stream of research;
Run technology transfer-related summer research institutes for undergraduate students;
Conduct international research travel experiences for undergraduate and graduate students;
Host one workshop per year in baton rouge and one workshop per year at a chosen developing nation to disseminate research findings.
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We are also proud to be associated with the following organizations
* Initiative for Technology Empowered Education (iTEE)
* The Trans-Atlantic Management Consultants (TAMC)
* Smilestel Global Digitals (SGD)
* The Impact Networks (TIN)
* The PearlRichards Foundations (PRF)
* SavvyAfrica Kenya- (SAF)
* The Africa Digital Week Conference Series
* The ICT for Youth Development Initiatives
The Research Nexus Arica Networks in Collaboration with different host Institutions & our International Partners - The Africa Insitutute for Development Informatics & Policy (AIDIP) Ghana & * The International Centre for Information technology & Development (ICITD), USA