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University of Ghana

Academic City University College Accra Ghana

Dates: 30th October - 1st November , 2023

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Organized By

Society for Multidisciplinary & Advanced Research Techniques (SMART) Africa 

in Collaboration with

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

IEEE Nigeria Section Computer Society & The ICT University Foundations

The Accra Multidisciplinary Cross-Border Conference

& The ACity-IEEE Emerging Technologies  Series


On behalf of the Organizers, Partnering Institutions and  Collaborators  for  the Accra Multidisciplinary Cross-Border Conference and the ACity-IEEE Emerging Technologies Series it is my pleasure to welcome prospective participants, delegates, students, scholars, researchers, practitioners, students and multidisciplinary enthusiast to the multidisciplinary, inter tertiary collocated event held in Accra Ghana 




Theme Bespoke Innovative Multidisciplinary Research

Outcomes  for Addressing Human Centred Challenges

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This event offers opportunities to cluster brilliant minds to obtain valid inputs that further fuel research agendas and innovations in our multifaceted world. We look forward to having your paper submissions and presentations during the event. 

Comrade Adekunle Durosinmi, SMIEEE, MCPN

Executive Secretary & Life Chair -  SMART

     Paper Submission Instructions                         


Paper Submission Deadline is Friday 27th October, 2023. 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 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 Templatend make plans to visit. 

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION DETAILS                             

Physical Participants  USD 200 Flat registration Fee

Virtual Participants    USD 150 Flat registration Fee


Acc Name:             Creative Research Conference Account

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

Swift Code:           UNAFNGLA 

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.


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 after payment. Click HERE to REGISTER for the i  Accra Bespoke Innovations Conference 2021. 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                

​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 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 accomodation options are available for conference participants within the host city and environs. 

  Tourist Attractions                                                                                            

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

Orifa Charles  


Intelligent Antitheft Networks

Ellen Akongwin Abanga


 BitAfrica, Accra, Ghana

Dr. Fred Amankwah-Sarfo 

 Ghana Communication Tech  University

CEO -  TekPro Limited.

Prof. Edward Santiago Blase 

St  Leo University

St Leo, Florida  USA

   Proceeding Papers                                                 


Evaluation of Physical Properties of Repetitive Frying of Cooking Oil Used among Food Vendors in Frying Snacks

Lawal, R. A.

On the Use of Fuzzy Logic as a Numerical Tools for Weight Estimation

Agyepong Lucy (PhD)

Towards The Role of Cybersecurity Culture in Achieving Cyber Resilience in Small and Medium Scale Enterprises

Aboagye F.O. &  Longe, O.B.

Iconography and Symbolism for Effective Communication and Sustainability of Cultural Values in Nigeria’s Advertising Media

Alimi, Adesola Olutoyin (PhD)

Innovative Technique for Promoting Literacy and Creativity: A Review

Ladipo, Sunday Olusola & Oduwole Adebambo Adewale

Board Characteristics And Financial Reporting Quality Of Listed Deposit Money Banks In Nigeria

Kabiru Shuaibu, Aliyu Muhammad & Shehu Aliyu Usman

Design And Optimization Of A Sustainable Closed Loop Supply Chain Network (Sclscn):  

A Multi-Product, Multi-Echelon Multi-Modal Transport And Multi-Plant Technology Conditions

Victor Jinn, Harold Ugochukwu Nwosu & Shadrach Matthew Uzoma

Students’ Academic Performances and Issues Influencing it in Higher Institutions

Kehinde   A.  Adigun, Abiodun O. Adigun, Mumini I. Adarabioyo, Bayowa T. Babalola & Adenike O.

Robust Principal Component Analysis: The prospects in Multi-View Learning for Facial Images

Gregory E. Anichebe, Tumaini Simon Mwasomola, Nnamdi Johnson Ezeora, Assumpta Obianuju Ezugwu, Blessing Chimezie Uzo, Royransom Nzeh, Caroline Asogwa, Izuchukwu Uzo & Stanley Ebhohimhen Abhadiomhen

Innovative Leadership in the 21st Century

Egbele Justina Funke

The Role of Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality in Healthcare Systems

Adams, Abubakari Saddiq

Towards the Use of Machine learning-based decisions for the promotion of inclusive economy integration and  equitable development

Ajayi Ebenezer Akinyemi, Ayodele, Oluwakemi Sade & Gambo Isah Diri, Owoeye, Folusho Olayinka

The Application of Systems Thinking System Dynamics (ST/SD) Tool to Analyse Oil and Gas Operations Environmental Sustainability Issues in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria

Rasaki T. James, Titus K. Olaniyi & Posi Olatubosun

Menstrual Cycle Prediction System Using Machine Learning Algorithms: An Evaluation of Predictive Accuracy

Odirichukwu, J . C., Njoku, A. O.,  Odirichukwu, SP . C., Ndigwe, C, Nwachukwu, D . C., Nnoruka, J.U, & Okorie, I . C.

Exploring Sustainable Business Strategies and Job Creation Opportunities in the Sub-Saharan African Fashion Supply Chain Using Photovoice; a case study of the Nigerian Fashion Industry.

Obonyilo Jane

A Road Map for Sustainable Municipal Solid Waste Management In Lagos: Using Scotland As A Case Study of Best Practice

Olaniyi, T.K. & Ajayi, A.J.

Determinants of The Uptake of Cervical Cancer Screening Among Women in Jos North, Plateau State: Implication For Social Inclusivity

Danladi, Abok Atu (PhD), Dung, Deborah Gwom & Magaji, Jummai Musa

Qualitative Analysis of Social Media Influencers Impact On Sustainable Brand Equity: A Case Study of Small Businesses in Nigeria

Obahiagbon, Ebiuwa Gladys,  Nwankwo, Nkechi & Olaniyi, Titus

Entrepreneurship as A Tool for Sustainable Employment

Osho Ademola Joel, Titus Kehinde Olaniyi

Sustainable Energy Planning and Modelling for Global South: A Case Study of the Federal Republic of Nigeria

Abraham Rasheed Adeyemi & Titus Kehinde Olaniyi

Sustainable Enterprise Risk Management Paradigm for Enhancing Nigeria’s Road Transport Sector Performance

Hassan Akintoye Kareem,  Titus Kehinde Olaniyi (PhD) & Posi Olatubosun (PhD)

The View of “Born Again” Christians on Politics in Nigeria

Akinwumi, Olatunji Samuel (Ph.D)

Creative Arts Education As A Foundation for Technological Advancement

Ajayi, Joseph Babatunde (Ph.D)

The Pros and Cons of Online Assessment in Higher Education

Ajogbeje, O.J. Boris, O.O. & Ekiugbo, U.E.

Instrumentation and Calibration of Earth Resistivity Meter For Field Data Measurement

Jimoh, R.A, Alao, W.A., Saliu, L.A., Sodiq, K.A, Otapo A.T, Otunubi, V.A ,Afonja, Y.O. & Tokunbo-Cole M.O. 

Using SLAM Techniques in Localization Motion Planning band Sensor Fusion

Fabiyi Olawale


Mobile Phone Theft and Identity Theft in the Digital Age: A Case for Same Legal Penalties

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

CO2 Reduction, Energy Intensity Levels and the Food Security Role in Emerging Countries

Hammed Oluwaseyi Musibau, Mahadi Hassan & Waliu Olawale Shittu

How Can Artificial Intelligence Solve Safety and Security Challenges bin the Construction Industry

Fabiyi Olawale 

Language and Literacy Campaign as a Tool of National Development In The Former Soviet Union And Modern Russia

Omotade, K.

An Overview of Forensic Science Adoption and Diffusion by the Ghana Police Service

Adams Terence Addey

Strategic Planning and Its Influence On The Growth Of Medium Scale Businesses In Bida, Niger State, Nigeria

Nwokenkwo, Ben Olubunmi; Abdullahi, Ibrahim & Bello, Babatunde Sikiru


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