Isaac Nti graduated in December 2013 with his PhD entitled "Geospatial Process Modelling for Land Use Cover Change". His study was sponsored by the University of Ghana. Isaac is returned to Department of Computer Engineering at the University of Ghana in Legon.
Enobong completed his PhD in 2015.
Michael-Agwuoke, Macbeda Uche completed his PhD in 2017 on sustainable waste management system. His research seeks to develop a comprehensive framework for sustainable municipal solid waste management. This involves the development of a new waste data tracking, standardization and collection technique. Through the adoption of a new performance indicator for sustainability measurement in waste management – Comprehensive Emission Quantification (CEQ) – the thesis develops CEQ Model which is a holistic assessment of the waste management system.
Fatthy completed his Master degree in Computer Science in December 2016. His thesis was on Leaf Wetness Duration Modelling using Adaptive Neuro Fuzzy Inference System.
Completed his PhD in 2017 and in his thesis, Design Science Research, Grounded Theory and Case Studies were applied in orderto design a spatial data infrastructure that addresses the full data life cycle in the context of hydrogeology in New Zealand. Alex continued his research as a spatial systems analyst and scientific software developer at the New Zealand Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences (GNS Science) in order to finalise his contributions to the GNS Science led SMART Aquifer Characterisation programme. He is now headed to Europe for a 2-year post-doc experience to further develop his research.