In Collaboration with the Department of Operations
& Management Information Systems
The Society for Multidisciplinary & Advanced Research Techniques
SPEAKERS AND LEAD PRESENTERS
The 13th iSTEAMS Multidisciplinary Conference was held in collaboration with The International Centre for Information Technology & Development (ICITD) USA, The African Institute of Development Informatics & Policy, The PearlRichards Foundation, and the Department of Operations & Management Information System - University of Ghana, Legon in October, 2018. Participants, scholars, researchers, practitioners, students and enthusiast gathered to present papers at the event.
GENERAL CONFERENCE SCOPE
The iSTEAMS Conference 2020. is a multidisciplinary forum. Authors in the academia, professionals and practitioners are invited to submit papers in all areas of Science, ICTs, Engineering, Education, Health Sciences (Medicine, Nursing, Anatomy, Physiology, Pharmacy), Law, Arts, Management, Business, Agriculture, Geosciences, Policy, Agriculture, Forestry, Religious Studies, Environmental Sciences, Arts & Design, Hospitality Management, Survey & Geo-informatics, Applied Sciences, & the Social Sciences for the iSTEAMS Conference. Papers should contain substantial ideas which have the potential of aiding inventions, growth, development of human capital, industrial process optimization, energy conservation, inter-tertiary innovations, theories, practices, design, modeling and collaborative research. Papers are also welcome in all domains of research. Visit www.isteams.net for information on upcoming events
On nehalf of the organizing Committee, i want to specially appreciate the Management of the American University of Nigeria and our collaborating partners, all speakers, lead paper presenters, participants and everyone that contributed to making the conference a successful event. Papers presented at the conference are availanle on this page and can be downloaded as open access documents.
On This page you can find and download papers presented during the event
Professor Longe Olumide Babatope, FASi, MNCS, MIEEE , MACM, MIAENG, MISOC
Co-Convener, iSTEAMS International Multidisciplinary Conferences
Distinguished Fulbright fellow, McArthur Scholar, MIT Scholar and HLF (Germany) Fellow.
Dr. Wande Daramola
Cape Peninsula University
Prof Richard Boateng
Department of MIS
University of Ghana
Legon, Accra, Ghana
University of Health Sciences
Ho, Volta Region, Ghana
Prof. Edward Santiago Blase
State University of New York
Sullivan County College
New York State, USA
Asphyxiating Impediments In Access To Equal Right To Education For Persons With Disabilities In Africa
Transient Analysis of Radiative Hydromagnetic Poiseuille fluid flow of Two-step Exothermic Chemical Reaction through a Porous Channel with Convective Cooling.
D.O. Ajala, J.O. Fasakin & O.A. Ajala
Information & Communication Technology: A stranger in the Urban Planning Practice - Findings and Reflections on Osogbo
Emmanuel H. Gadzama, Olawale S. Adebayo, Joseph A. Ojeniyi & Shafii M. Abdulhamid
Risk Analysis and Management in Airline Transportation Using Jumia Air Travel as a Case Study.
Makanjuola Emmanuel Ayokunnu
Emotional Intelligence and Emotional Labour as Determinants of Organisational Commitment.
Ajayi, Ibironke Adetolu & Omolere, Olatomide Bamidele
Evaluation of the Wound Healing Activity of Mangifera indica Seed Extract in Wistar Rats.
Lawrence Odey Ojong
“Animal Right”: A Challenge for African Ethics.
C. Osim, Ndifon
The Power of the Ballot and the Role of Tertiary Institutions in the Shaping of Nigeria’s Democracy.
Ilesanmi Stephen Idowu
Customary Law, the Environment and Sustainable Development.
Mary Julius Egbai & Chukwueloka S. Uduagwu
Ecofeminism and Political Communication: A Philosophical Assessment of Wangari Maathai's Contribution.
Mary Julius Egbai & Chukwueloka S. Uduagwu
Individuals Internet Security Perceptions and Behaviors: Polycontextual Contrast Between Ghana And Nigeria..
Samuel Anim-Yeboah & Richard Boateng
Conceptualizing Digital Technologies and Digital Entrepreneurship: Evidence from a Developing Country.
Bibi Dzifa Tomiwa
Where Are We On Information Infrastructure? – A Systematic Literature Review.
Eunice Yeboah Afeti
Cultural Influence on Drivers and Barriers to Merchant Adoption of Mobile Payments
Kwame Simpe Ofori
Exploring Mobile SNS Continuance Intention from the Perspective of Network Externalities and Mobile Value.
Klaus vonBackustein & Richard Boateng
Evaluating the Design of Local Government E-Government Systems –
A Human Centred Design Approach.
Mansah Preko & Richard Boateng
Health Informatics and Brain Drain Mitigation in Developing Countries –
A Case of Ghana
Mansah Preko & John Effah
ICT Innovation Maturity In The Public Sector
Mohammed Najimudeen Abdulai & Richard Boateng
Assessment of Data Quality and Information Use of District Health Information Systems (DHIS2) In a Developing Country: The Case of Ghana
Yaa Amponsah Twumasi
Combating Counterfeiting and Piracy in the Fashion and Beauty Industry in Ghana: The Role of Information Technology.
Cornelius-Ukpepi, B, U. & Omoogun, Remi
Correlation between Student Teachers’ Use of Smart Phone Skills and Effective Teaching In Faculty Of Education, University Of Calabar, Nigeria.
Peace Ebunoluwa Kolawole, Sunday Festus Olasupo & Rafiu Oyesola Salawu
Adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) And Quality Of The Central Bank Of Nigeria (CBN) Financial Reports.
Edward E. Ogheneovo
Software Evolution: Improving the Quality and Maintainability of Software.
Ikotun, S.I & Adigun, .T.
Strategic Marketing Planning And Customer Satisfaction: A Perspective For Sustainable Development Of Deposit Money Banks In Nigeria
Oga, R.O., Egbokhare, F.A. & Obahiagbon, K.O.
Oluwatunde, S. Johnson, Agbesawa, D.O. , Ogunjimi, L.A. & Longe, O.B
Evaluation Of Nigeiran Mobile Network Inference Using Residue Number System
Adenle B.J, Onaifo. F., Alashiri O.A. , Adekusibe K.G. & Adelakun A.A.
Evaluation of Electrical Power Outages: A Restructuring Approach In Nigeria.
Autosegmental Analysis of Consonant Deletion of Ijebu-French Bilinguals in Selected Universities in South West of Nigeria.
James Okpor & Simon T. Apeh
Assessing the Environmental Impacts of Virtual Workplace Implementation in Nigerian Universities.
Ajayi, O. O., Dianda, M., Fagade O. E.* & Nwadike, B.
Nutrient Uptake in Cowpea Improved By Plant Growth Promoting Bacteria
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