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Winter Event - Wed. Nov 30th -  Fri Dec. 2nd, 2022

         2022 SMART-iSTEAMS  Summer  Event                      

Summer Event - Wed. 29th June -  Fri  1st July, 2022

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Organized By

Society for Multidisciplinary & Advanced Research Techniques (SMART) Africa 

in Collaboration with

Department of Operations & MIS - University of Ghana, Accra, Ghana 

Faculty of Computational Sciences - Academic City University College, Accra, Ghana 

IEEE Nigeria Section Computer Society & The ICT University Foundations

Welcome to the

Accra Bespoke Innovations Conference

& The AI Africa Stakeholders  Summit

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On behalf of the Organizers, Partnering Institutions and  Collaborators  for  the Accra Bespoke Innovations Conference and the AI Stakeholders Summit it is my pleasure to welcome prospective participants, delegates, students, scholars, researchers, practitioners, students and multidisciplinary enthusiast to this multidisciplinary, inter tertiary collocated event

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 while also looking beyond the pandemic to a world driven by digitization and digitalization; a world where artificial intelligence drives innovations, technologies, thinking, processes and human interactions.  We welcome prospective participants to consider submitting research articles, position papers, reports, and all forms of articulations in all fields of human endeavours 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.

 

Akwaaba - WELCOME to Ghana.

Prof. Longe Olumide Babatope FASI, MIAENG, SMIEEE, MCPN

Dean - Faculty of Computational Sciences & Informatics

Academic City University Accra

Senior member - IEEE

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

Co-Convener Accra Bespoke Innovations & AI Africa Stakeholders Forum

      GENERAL CONFERENCE SCOPE    -   MULTIDISCIPLINARY                  

The Accra Bespoke Conference 2021  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 welcomed from all fields and domains of research, practices and human endeavors 

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    SPEAKERS            

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Dr. Philip Kukpe

Dept of Bus Admin

Academic City University

, Accra, Ghana

 Irene Attachie

Nursing Department

University of Health Sci.

Ho, Volta Region, Ghana

Prof. Edward Santiago Blase 

State University of New York

Sullivan County College

New York State, USA

Theme Bespoke Innovative Multidisciplinary Research

Outcomes  for Addressing Human Centred Challenges

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Prof. Friday Wada 

Department of  Management

University of Hartford

WH Connecticut  USA

 Papers Accepted for Presentation/Conference Proceedings    

 

Digital Productivity Tools as a Necessity in Education, Research and Career in the 21st Century

Oloyede, Ganiyat K. & Ogunwale, Goodness J.

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P1

Spectral Analyses Study of Boundary Layer Transition Delay with a Finite Compliant Panel

Bori, I., Yeo, K.S. & Bako, S.

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P2

Wastewater Treatment Using Economical Adsorbents

Hashirudeen, Muhammed Mokolade

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P3

Exergetic Analysis Of Selected Low Gram Nano-Refrigerant Charge For Transport Application

Ajuka, L.O., Eusebio Odiari & Odunfa, K.M. 

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P4

Exploring Lack Of Due Diligence As A Threat To Forensic Analysis Preparation And Readiness

Jonas Asamoah, Adegbenro Dimeji, Omotosho, S. & Longe, O.B

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P5

Herbal Formulations in Nigeria: A Survey of Three Major Tribes

Ganiyat K. Oloyede, Patricia A. Onocha & Farouq A. Busari

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P6

Antifungal Effectiveness Of 1-(2,4-Dinitrophenyl)-2-(2,2,2-Triphenyl-1-Phenylethylidene)Hydrazine On Epidermophyton Floccossum Infected Wistar Rats

F.O. Oyedeji, T.O. Odeniyan, A.B. Fawehinmi, O.M. Balogun and B.B. Adeleke

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P7

Female Pacesetters in Classical Greece

Anenih, Monica Omoye (Ph.D)

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P8

Online Teaching and Learning as a paradigm for gender –inclusiveness in African Higher Education

Ganiyat K. Oloyede

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P9

 

Pulp yield, kappa number and lignin content determination of corn husk and plantain branch under soda pulping.

Ogunsile B.O. and Popoola O.E.

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P10

Production of Activated Carbon from Pilli Nut (Canarium Ovatum ) using Steam Activation Method

Orah, Robinson Friday &Nwosu,  Friday O.

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P11

Effects of Social Media on Morality of Youths in Nigeria and the role of Religion

Oloyede, Mukhtar O. & Oloyede, Ganiyat K.

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P12

Investigations of the Chemical Composition and Biological Activities of the Essential Oil of the Leaves of Tapinanthus truncatus

Badmos, S.T. & Olaoluwa, O.O. 

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P13

 

Integrating Remote Sensing and GIS Technologies In Evaluating Land-Use Dynamics In The Pre Covid And Post COVID Era: The Case Study Of Obokun LGA, Osun State, Nigeria.

Adewoye Olugbenga Adewale &  Oyeniran O. Rotimi

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P14

Development Of A Pedal-Powered Locust Bean Dehulling Machine

Odesola I.F. Abu R. Adegbulugbe O.I.,  Mustapha O.F. &  Odunfa K.M.

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P15

Grammar-Based Ontology (GBO) Of Signed Words Used In Computer Science Domain

Adejoke O. Olamiti, & Victoria Adewale,

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P16

Development Of An Adaptive Hyper-Elliptic Encryption With Cellular Automata Model For Distributed   Systems

Raheem Moshood M. & Adeyemo, A.B.

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P17

Development Of A Software Package For The Design Of Solar Powered Street Lighting System: Case Of Oduduwa Road, University Of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria

Odunfa K.M; Abiola A.P and Abu, R

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P18

Local Governments and Management of Covid-19 In Lagos State, Nigeria

Aderogba Ademola

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P19

Towards An Investigation on the use of Deep Learning In Image Captioning for Diagnostic Imaging

Pius Kwao Gadosey & Akunlibe, G.A.A

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P20

Tracking of Biomedical Equipment using IoT Embedded Technologies: Its attendant impact in Healthcare Delivery in South-Eastern Nigeria.

Obinna A. Eneh, Deborah U. Ebem, Agatha N. Aballa & John N. Ngene

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P21

Classification Model For Iris Images Using  Convolutional Neural Network (CNN)

Aranuwa, F.O. & Fawehinmi, O.B.

Competitive Intelligence-driven Enterpreneurship: Towards Sustainable Economic Growth in Contemporary Business Environments

Damisola  O. Adewumi

 

ICT and Teaching-Learning Curve in Public School: A Case Study Of Government Comprehensive Secondary School, Obio-Akpor, Rivers State, Nigeria.

Ahubele, B.O., Alu, E.S., and Ogah, M.U

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P23

Growth, Yield and Proximate Composition of Daucus carota L. (Carrot) as Influenced by Four Growth Media

Kareem, I. A. & Faleke, K.

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P24

Spectraland antimicrobial studies of mixed ligand copper(II) complexes with 1,1,1-trifluoroacetylacetone and nitrogen containing ligands

Omoregie, Helen Oluwatola

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P25

Eavesdropping Attack Prevention In E-Auction System Using Distributed Ledger Technology.

Ahubele, B.O. & Obahiagbon, K.

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P26

A Sustainable Climate-Smart Water Management System: Utilization of Capillary Irrigation in Africa’s Agriculture

O. E. Egbebi, M. K. Idowu, D. J. Oyedele, F. O. Tijani & I. A. Egbebi

dx.doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/ABMIC2022P27

Assessment of the Management of Covid19 Pandemic In Selected Hotels in Victoria Island Area of Lagos State, Nigeria

Okanlawon-Peters P.O. & Oladapo I.O

dx.doi.org/10.22624/AIMS-/AMCBC2022P7

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION DETAILS                                             

Physical Participants  USD 180 Flat registration Fee

Virtual Participants     USD 150 Flat registration Fee

​​CONFERENCE ACCOUNT DETAILS 

Acc Name:             Creative Research Conference Account

Account ​Banker:   UBA Bank Current Account 
Account No:          1017041046 ​ 

Swift Code:            UNAFNGLA 

     Paper Submission Instructions                                                                

 

Paper Submission Deadline is Sunday 26th June, 2022. Articles should be in MS Word usually be between 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 Accra Bespoke 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

 

Exchange Rates

Participants should ascertain prevailing 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.

​CREDIT/DEBIT CARD

Important Information

International/Foreign and other  participants can also make payment using credit or debit cards. Please click the Buy Now button above. Payment through Bank Transfers, mobile banking, quicktellers and Paypal are accepted.  Please notify  info@isteams.net after payment. Click HERE to REGISTER for the Accra Bespoke Innovations Conference 2022. Note that REGISTRATION for the conference only require you to provide data that will assist the organizing committee in planning for the conference. You can register NOW and make payments later. Please call +233595479930 or +2348160900893  if you have any challenges with paper submission or need any further clarifications.

  Important Information on  Traveling to Ghana                                                       

A negative COBID-19 PCR test is required 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.

Click HERE for Important Information on COVID Requirements pre-arrival and on Arrival 

Click HERE for information on travel and subsistence for Nigerians 

 Visa(s) & Travel Information to Foreigners & ECOWAS Citizens                         

 

​ECOWAS citizens includng Nigerians do not need visas to visit Ghana. The ECOWAS passport is all that is required. Road and other forms of transportation are available to travel from ECOWAS countries to Ghana.  Kindly check with the Ghanaian Embassy or Consulate in your country for visa requirements if you are travelling to Ghana from any country other than an ECOWAS Country. Citizens whose countries do not have a Ghanaian Embassy (such as Cameroon) can obtain Visas on Arrival. A list of Ghanaian Diplomatic Missions/Embasies/Consular can be found HERE. For additional information on applying for visas to Ghana visit the Ghana Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration website www.mfa.gov.gh or contact your local Ghana High Commission. Kotoka International Airport, located in Accra, is Ghana’s premier international airport. Air connection to Accra is very easy and many hotels in Accra provide airport transfer service. Road connections are also available from a range of African Countries. Make travel plans ahead to ensure that you have the right information. Prospective participants can contact the organizers by e-mail for information and clarifications 

  Brief on Lodging & Feeding                                                                                      

 

​A variety of accommodation options are available for conference participants within the host city and environs. Our Conference partner hotels are the Yiri Lodge and the University of Ghana Guest House all situated within the University of Ghana Campus. Please note that Participants are solely responsible for their accommodation and travel expenses. Assistant for pre-arrival hotel bookings and travel can be accommodated by the conference organizing committee. Participants can also book online directly with hotels as soon as possible.   Participants should budget between $20 - $30 per day for additional meals apart from the lunch which will be served during the conference

  Tourist Attractions                                                                                                      

 

There are several tourist attractions in Ghana. Click HERE to check out possible tourist interest and make plans to visit. 

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Society for Multidisciplinary & Advanced Research Techniques in Africa 

A Creative Research Networks Multidisciplinary Group

E-Mail: info@isteams.net 

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