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Meet RSIF PhD scholar Barbara Kabwiga Asingwire, whose research is in Internet of Things technologies to improve health care services
 
MEET THREE OF RSIF's 82 PhD SCHOLARS

We will introduce three RSIF scholars each week. See the complete list of Cohort 1 and Cohort 2 scholars here. Selection of Cohort 3 scholars will be announced in early 2021. 

Name: Barbara Kabwiga Asingwire
Nationality: Ugandan
RSIF African Host University: University of Rwanda, RwandaAfrica Centre of Excellence in Internet of Things (ACEIoT)
PASET Thematic Area: ICTs including Big Data and Artificial Intelligence
Research Area: Delay Minimization Scheme for Heterogeneous Traffic in Internet of Things-Based Health Care Services
         “I am really eager to find out how to use the Internet of Things and technologies that surround it to improve health care services. My research interest is modelling an efficient scheduling scheme that will minimize delays in response for time-sensitive conditions which would otherwise put people’s lives in danger if not attended to with utmost urgency.”
 
Name: Susan Ojochide Simon
Nationality: Nigerian
RSIF African Host University: Bayero University Kano, Nigeria, Africa Centre of Excellence in Dryland Agriculture (CDA)
PASET Thematic Area: Climate Change
Research Area: Investigation and Prediction of the Spatio-Temporal Variation of Drought in Northern Nigeria Using Earth Observation Dataset and Climate Models
 
Name: Yacouba OUEDRAOGO
Nationality: Burkinabe
RSIF African Host University: Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA), Tanzania
PASET Thematic Area: Food Security and Agribusiness
Research Area: Climate change impact on Fumonisin B1 (FB1) distribution: case study in Burkina Faso
 

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