Mr. Emmanuel Effah

ACADEMIC DEGREES EARNED

  1. MIT, Information Technology (Open University of Malaysia, OUM), 2012
  2. BSc (Hons), Electrical and Electronic Engineering (UMaT), 2009
 

INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED

  1. Open University of Malaysia, (2010 - 2012)
  2. University of Mines and Technology, (2005 - 2009)
 

PROFESSIONAL BODY MEMBERSHIP

  1. Member, Ghana Institution of Engineers, (2014 - Date)
  2. Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, IEEE (2014 – Date)
 

AWARDS

  1. Best Masters’ Thesis, 2012, given by Open University of Malaysia
  2. UMaT’s Brilliant Student Award, 2006 Electrical and Electronic Eng. Department, UMaT
  3. Participatory Award, Brilliant Science and Math Quiz, 2003 (Techiman Senior High Sch.)
 

ACADEMIC RANKS HELD

  1. Assistant Lecturer  (2013 - Date)
 

SUBJECTS TAUGHT

  1. Introduction to Computing
  2. Signals and Systems
  3. Robotics
  4. Database Systems
  5. Web Programming
  6. Networking and Data Communication
 

OTHER PROFESSIONALLY RELATED EXPERIENCE

  1. Lead Trainer: Design, Installation and Maintenance of Solar PV systems, 2014
  2. Lead Trainer: Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), 2014

RESEARCH CONDUCTED

  1. Research and education on Buruli ulcer-"Climatic Extremes, Mining, and Mycobacterium ulcerans: A Coupled Systems Perspective" (funded by the National Science Foundation, USA) (2010-2015)
  2. Artisanal Mining, Small-holder Farming and Economic Development (funded by the British Council) (2010-2014)
  3.  Informalization of Ghana’s Small Scale Mine (SSM) Sector, funded by the International Growth Centre and Surrey University – UK (2013-2014)
  4. Small-scale gold mining, land-use change, and impacts on livelihoods in central Ghana, funded by Rutgers University, USA (2013-2014)
 

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

  1. Effah, E., Owusu, K. B. (2014), “Evolution and Efficiencies of Energy Metering Technologies in Ghana”, Global Journal of Engineering: F, Vol. 14 Issue 6 Version 1.0 pp.35-42
  2. Effah, E., Amuzuvi, C. K. (2014,) “Effects of Mining Operations on Local Area Networks in Large Scale Gold Mining Environments in the Western Region of Ghana” Global Journal of Computer Science and Technology: C, Vol. 14, Issue 2 Version 1.0, pp. 47 – 52
  3. Amuzuvi, C. K., Effah, E. (2014)”Design of a photovoltaic system as an alternative source of electrical energy for powering the lighting circuits for premises in Ghana”, Journal of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Vol. 2(1), pp. 9-16
  4. Effah, E., Amuzuvi, C. K, Owusu, K.B. (2014,) “Examining the Effectiveness of Electricity Billing System against the Mobile Phone Billing System in Active Mining Rural Communities in the Western Region of Ghana” Global Journal of Researches in Engineering:F, Vol. 14 Issue 5 Version 1.0, pp.30-44
 

CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS

  1. Effah E, Amuzuvi C K and Boahen S (2014), " Barriers to Effective Utilization of ICT in Some Major Gold Mining Companies (GMCs) in Western Region of Ghana”, 3rd UMaT Biennial International Mining and Mineral Conference.
  2. Effah E and Klutse E (2011), “Dynamic impacts of community participations in scientific researches”, Experts for developing collaborative strategies for fighting BU in W/A, Ghana.
  3. R K Amankwah, S Mantey, S K Y Gawu, P Tschakert, R Voegborlo and E Effah  (2015), “Geological Setting, Land Disturbance and Buruli Ulcer Disease in Ghana”, WHO conference on Buruli Ulcer, Geneva 
 
 

RECORD OF SERVICE

  1. In-Charge, Computer Science Engineering Laboratories, UMaT - Tarkwa (2013)