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Dr. Eric Neebo Wiah

enwiah@umat.edu.gh, enwiah@gmail.com


Position

Examinations Officer

Department

Mathematical Sciences

Research Interest

My area of research interest is mathematical and computational modeling, with emphasis on the immune system, but limited to the interaction of HBV with the immune system and optimal control of HBV. A more structured model is deviced based on optimal control, for identifying the best treatment strategy in order to maximize the healthy cells with minimum side effects.




2010
MPhil (Mathematics)

2007
BSc (Mathematics)

2008--2010
Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi
2003--2007
Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi
1999--2001
Adisadel College, Cape coast
March 2012--Date
Member-International Association of Engineers (IAENG)
2011--Date
Member-University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG)
2009--Date
Member-National Institute of Mathematical Sciences (NIMS)
2011
DST/NRT Centre of Excellence in Epidemiological Modelling and Analysis Sponsorship for participation in the Clinic on the meaningful Modelling of Epidemiological Data. Muizenberg, Cape Town, RSA.
2011--Date
Assistant Lecturer
2007--2008
Teaching Assistant
  1. E. N. Wiah, S. Katara and E. Danso-Addo (2013), "Control of Parasitic Diseases in Cocoa Using Time Series Analysis.", International Journal of Sciences., Vol. 2 Issue Feb 2013, pp. 37- 42.

  2. Wiah, E. N., Katara, S. and Danso-Addo, E. (2013), "Control of Parasitic Disease in Cocoa using Time series Analysis", International Journal of Sciences, Vol. 2 Issue Feb 2013, pp37-42

  3. E. N. Wiah, I. A. Adetunde and L. Brew (2012), "Mathematical Modeling of the Interaction of Hepatitis B Virus with the Immune System Including the Effect of Therapy", International Journal of Modern Mathematical Sciences, 1 2, 53-72

  4. L. Brew and E. N. Wiah (2012), "An Assessment of the Efficiency in the Collection of Value Added Tax Revenue in Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipality (Ghana) Using Time Series Model", British Journal of Arts and Social Sciences, Vol. 6 No. 2, 140-150

  5. E. N. Wiah and I. A. Adetunde (2011), "Modeling the Transmission and Progression of Rabies in Ghana. (A Case Study of Jirapa District).", Inter. J Curr. Trends Sci Tech., 2 2, 69-78

  6. E. N. Wiah and I. A. Adetunde (2011), "The Effects of Price on the Dynamics of Overexploitation of Fishery in Ghana.", Inter J Curr Trends Sci Tech, 2 3, 131-139

  7. E. N. Wiah, I. K. Dontwi and I. A. Adetunde (2011), "Using Mathematical Model to depict the Immune Response to Hepatitis B Virus Infection.", Journal of Mathematics Research, Vol. 3 No. 2, 157-167

  8. E. N. Wiah and I. A. Adetunde (2010), "A Mathematical Model of Cerebrospinal Meningitis Epidemic: (A Case Study for Jirapa District, Ghana).", KMITL Sci. Tech. Journal, Vol. 10 No. 2, 63-73

  1. S. T. Appiah, E. N. Wiah, L. Brew and F. Kwateng (2012), "Comparative Study of Mathematical Models for Population Projection", 2nd UMaT Biennial International Mining and Mineral Conference, pp 32-33
  2. E. Anyimiah, A. I. Adetunde and E. N. Wiah (2012), "Use of Statistical Models for Probabilistic Forecasting of Rainfall and Temperature in Tarkwa", 2nd UMaT Biennial International Mining and Mineral conference, pp 36-37
  3. E. N. Wiah (2011), "Using mathematical model to depict the immune response to Hepatitis B virus infection", Clinic on the meaningful Modelling of Epidemiological Data. Muizenberg, Cape Town, RSA., pp 25-26
August 2012--Date
Examinations Officer, Mathematics Department
2011--Date
Academic Tutor
1-4 August--2012
Member, Registration Sub-Committee-2nd UMaT Biennial International Mining and Mineral Conference
EL/MC/CE 169 Linear Algebra
MA 275 Numerical Methods I
GM 174 Solid Geometry
MA 276 Numerical Methods for Scientific Computing
MA 377 Numerical Methods for Ordinary Differential Equations
MA 481 Computer Appreciation
MA 517 Numerical Methods for Linear & Nonlinear Equations