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Date

Thurs 29th Sept - Sat 1st Oct, 2022

 
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On behalf of the Organizers, Partnering Institutions and  Collaborators  for  The ECOWAS Emerging Technologies, Business & Cyber Security Ecosystems Conference 2022 it is my pleasure to welcome prospective participants, delegates, students, scholars, researchers, practitioners, students and multidisciplinary enthusiast to this multidisciplinary, inter tertiary collocated event

    SPEAKERS                                                                                              

Our world has been dramatically impacted by the COVIO Pandemic. Nevertheless, research innovations has continued to progress with concerted efforts directed at evolving new and innovative ways not only to address the effects and impacts of the pandemic but to mitigate and deal with human-centred and infrastructural challenges that has plagued the world pre-pandemic. Researchers are also looking beyond the pandemic to a world driven by digitization and digitalization; a world where artificial intelligence finds its way into the dynamics of different disciplines , where AI drives innovations, technologies, Businesses, thinking, processes and human interactions - multidisciplinarity and interdisciplinarity driven by AI

The ECOWAS ETech Conference has therefore come at an opportune time to provide a platform for cross fertilization of ideas on common and divergent interest that presently impact and will in the future determine how positioned or prepared we are to live in a technology-driven world. This Conference seeks to facilitate business startups, research innovations, safer cyberspace using security algorithms and techniques, knowledge discoveries, socioeconomic and human capital development through the dynamism and interaction of human and material resources both locally and internationally  with the attendant aim of addressing the myriads of solvable global challenges using multifaceted technology-based solutions.

 

We welcome prospective participants to consider submitting research articles, position papers, reports, and all forms of articulations in all fields of human endeavors and explore the opportunities offered by the clustering of brilliant minds at this conference to obtain valid inputs that will further fuel research agendas and innovations in our multifaceted world. I believe your participation will add zest to what is potentially a great and highly impactful event.

 

WELCOME to Ghana - Akwaaba

Prof. Longe Olumide Babatope

Distinguished Fulbright, UI-McArthur & HLF  (Germany) Fellow

Co-Convener ECOWAS Tech Conference Accra, Ghana 

Dean - Faculty of Computational Sciences & Informatics

Academic City University College, Accra, Ghana.

     Paper Submission Instructions                              

 

Paper Submission Deadline is Friday 23rd September, 2022. Articles should be in MS Word usually be between 4-6 pages or 4000-5000 words or 6 pages max, Arial Narrow (Font), 11 points, single spaced. Authors should use APA Referencing style. Paragraphs should be separated by spaces and be in block form - no indents. Article Title, Name of Authors, Affiliations, E-mail address and phone numbers should be at the beginning of each paper and centralized as itemized line by line. All articles must carry e-mail address and phone numbers. Articles should be sent as E-mail ATTACHMENT to info@isteams.net. PDF submissions will not be accepted. Please mark the title of the E-mail as ECOWAS ETech Conference Paper Submission  Although FULL Papers are usually preferred for the iSTEAMS Conference, ABSTRACT ONLY SUBMISSIONS ARE WELCOMED. Full papers could be developed after the conference and submitted for Journal publication in any of the iSTEAMS Series of International Journals.  Click HERE to download the Submission Template

  Important Information on  Traveling to The Ghana           

All travelers to the Ghana must be fully Vaccinated and if not must be in  possession of Negative COVID-19 PCR test for entry into Ghana. Participants should equally ascertain prevailing travel requirements through their airline websites. as these may be updated/adjusted periodically. Please check exchange rate of the dollar to the Cedi HERE before departure from their countries of origin so as to be able to properly budget for travel, health, sundry and accommodation needs.

 

Tourism and Attractions in Ghana

 

Additional information on Tourism and other attractions in Ghana can be found HERE 

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Dr. Anne Baba

Multidisciplinary Researcher

& Educator

Portland Oregon, USA 

Dr. Wahid Olanipekun

Director CRACC 

American Int University

The Gambia 

Professor Titus Olaniyi 

Professor of Sustainable Energy Glasgow Caledonian University

London, United Kingdom 

Ms. Angela Azumah Alu

Fac. of Business 

Academic City University

Accra, Ghana 

 

Direct All Enquiries to the organizers at info@isteams.net

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION DETAILS                                              

Physical Participants USD 200  Flat Registration Fee

Virtual Participants    USD 150  Flat Registration Fee

Graduate Students     USD 100 Flat Registration Fee 

​​CONFERENCE ACCOUNT DETAILS 

Acc Name:             SMART Africa Account (USD) 

Account ​Banker:   UBA Bank Domiciliary Account 
Account No:           3003171544​ 

Swift Code:            UNAFNGLA 

Participants from Ghana can use the MTN-Online Mobile Merchant Payment Platform of our Conference Partners Grape IT Solutions

MTN Merchant payment ID - 0549933959.  

Please email payment evidence to info@isteams.net. All discounted payment applicable to students MUST be received latest 30th August, 2022 otherwise normal rates will apply

Participants from Nigeria can pay the Naira Equivalence of the Registration fee Using the SMART-Africa Naira Account  with Details below:

Acc Name:             SMART Africa (Naira) 

Account ​Banker:   UBA Bank  
Account No:           1023880040​ 

Please email payment evidence to info@isteams.net

 

   Conference Proceedings Papers                                              

Towards UN SDG Goal 11 and 3: Analysing the Impact of 2021  Air Pollution Episodes On Human Health for Ghana and Nigeria

Danso, Joseph & Longe, Olumide

 

Phytochemical, Biosynthesis, Characterization and Antimicrobial Activity Of Selenium Nanoparticles Using Allium Sativum

Ogunleye, G.E,  Akintade, O. Adebayo-Tayo, B.C., Oyinlola, K.A.,  Fashogbon, R.O. & Ajayi, T.

Segment Based Indexing Technique for Video Data File

John-Bunya Nyuiemedi Kluste

Privacy Trust Model in Digital Learning Environments

Ahmed Mai-Inji Yusuf, Longe Olumide Babatope & F Osang, Francis B.

Safe Information Hiding Using Video Steganography

Peter Oppong Baafi

Hidden Text Into Audio Files 

Felicity Elorm Babanawo

Production, Purification and Characterization of Β-D-Fructofuranosidase from Fusarium oxysporum Isolated from Grape Juice and Soil sample from Sugar Cane Dumpsite

Temitope Fasunloye Ajani, Alao Solomon Omoniyi, Onitilo Victory Oluwatomisin, Rachel Fasogbon, Bukola Christianah Adebayo-Tayo,

Theoretical, Conceptual and Empirical Perspectives On The External Environmental Factors Affecting The Survival Of The Wood Industry

In Okobaba Ebute-Metta Local Government Area Of Lagos Nigeria

Adeyemo, F.S. & Omokhaye, S.O.

Using Cryptography as a Peer-To-Peer Security Protocol for Internet of Things (IoT)

Samuel Opoku Daniels

Detection of Extended-Spectrum β-Lactamase-producing Bacteria in Fish Ponds

Falodun, Olutayo Israel, Iduma, Emmanuel Ikechukwu & Rabiu, Akeem Ganiyu

Production and Characterization of laccase and silver Nanolaccase from S. commune and their application as Antibacterial and Wastewater Treatment Agents

Maloma, Mojisola Rebecca & Adebayo-Tayo Bukola Christianah

Isolation, Molecular Identification and Optimization Studies of Lipase-Producing Bacteria

Oyinlola, K. A., Ogunleye, G. E. & Salami, D. A.

Phytochemical And Antimicrobial Activity Of Greenly Synthesized Silver Nanoparticles From Aqueous And Methanol Extracts Of Vernonia amygdalina and Chromolaena odorata Against Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Proteus mirabilis

Odedele, B.A., Sanusi, J.F., Olugbode, T.O. & Oyelami, O.I.

Segment Based Indexing Technique for Video Data File

John-Bunya Nyuiemedi Kluste

 

Moving Towards a Password-less Authentication Future

Sarumi, Jerry Abayomi, Oduroye, Ayorinde P., Amadi, Chinadu & Oworu, Theophilus

 

Characterization and Antimicrobial Potential Of Silver Nanoparticle Using Carica papaya Leaf Extract

Kujore, C., Sanusi, J. & Oyelami, O.

 

Incidence, Characterization And Virulence Profiling Of Clinical Candida Species Isolated From Primary Health Centres In Oyo Town.

Fashogbon, R.O., Popoola, B.M., Adefioye, O. & Atinuke, Olanbiwoninu, A.A.

Production and Characterization of Bridelia ferruginea Selenium and Titanium Nanoparticles and its antibacterial activity against Multidrug Resistance E. coli

Alao Omoniyi Solomon,  Esther Iyanuoluwa Fagbesan, Sanusi Jadesola Fawzhia & Bukola Christianah Adebayo-Tayo

Strategic Plan for the Implementation Of Satellite Television Mobile Learning (STV-ML)

Amadasun Osamuyimen Odion & Adesina Adewale

Data Privacy and Protection: Technical Components of Regulations and Implications for Cybersecurity Risk Management Practices

Talabi, A.A., Longe, O.B, Muhammad, A.A. & Olusanya, K.

Secure Data Hiding Technique Using Video Steganography and Watermarking

Eric Sowah Badger

Morphological Characterisation and Polyploid Assessment of Citrus Varieties

Olawuyi, O.J., Oyebami, M.O. & Chikaleke, V.A

E-Learning Digitalization, Evolution and Transformation

Sinan Ismaila Idris, Nwoacha Vivian, Degila Jules & Onashoga, Saidat Adebukola

Production and Characterization of Β-D-Fructofuranosidase from Aspergillus niger

Ogunleye Gbemisola Elizabeth, Mowah Ebubechukwu Gloria, Malomo, Mojisola, Oyinlola Kubrat Abiola &  Adebayo-Tayo, Bukola Christianah

An Illustration on Hash Functions

Michael Kodjo Agorsah

Antimicrobial activity of silver and zinc oxide nanoparticles and formulated cream from Nigella sativa seed oil hexane fraction.

Adebayo-Tayo, B.C.  & Omoniyi, A.S.

Digital Signature Standards and Digital Signature Algorithms

Adu Bernard Yeboah

High-Capacity Image Steganographic Model

Tseh Richard Divine

Cybersecurity Awareness amongst Students in a Public University In Ghana

Ellen Akongwin Abanga

 

Application Of Silver Nanoparticles Biosynthesized Using    Secondary Metabolites Of Acid-Tolerant Bacteria Isolated From Osun State Gold Mining Field, Southwest Nigeria

Ajani, T. F.1., Adebayo-Tayo, B. C2, Alao, S. O.., Ogunwale, J. O. & Akinde, S. B.

Multi-Level Image Steganography Using Compression Techniques

Frederick Asumang Odame

Enhancing Security In The Rural Banking Sector Using Biometric and Cryptography

Henry Kwabena Safori

Safe Information Hiding Using Steganography

Patricia Eduafo Enninful

Isolation and Screening for Phytase-Producing Fungi for Phytase Production by Solid State Fermentation of Agro Wastes.

Folake Titilayo Afolabi & Samuel Oluwaseun Atunwa 

Application Of Cryptography to Everyday Communication and Transactions

Apau George Sedem

Digital Image Steganography

Worthy Elijah

Encryption of Text in Image Over a Network

Stephen Hasford

RGB Intensity Based Steganography Scheme

Eugene Marfo Akoto

Use & Gratification and Its Effect on the Post Adoption and Continuous Use of Mobile Payment Technologies in Nigeria

 Longe Edith Osinachi & Jimoh Rasheed Olugbenga PhD

Symmetric, Asymmetric and Hash Functions

Louis Opoku Gyamfi

 
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