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School of Science and Technology

School of Science and Technology

 

Recent Submissions

  • Ng’ang’a, Allan (United States International University - Africa, 2017)
    The main objective of this research study is to enhance the functionality of an Android pattern lock application that through testing, can help determine whether the time elements of a touch operation, in particular Time ...
  • Buliva, Arthur (United States International University - Africa, 2017)
    The government of Kenya has undertaken an ambitious project to equip children with laptops and tablets for the purposes of facilitating electronic based learning. This initiative can only bear fruit provided that there is ...
  • Odera, Sandra Yucabett A. (United States International University - Africa, 2016)
    E-commerce has brought drastic changes in the way business transactions are conducted prompting banks and other businesses to adopt electronic payment systems. It not only offers the banking industry and other businesses ...
  • Mweni, Faith Rehema (United States International University - Africa, 2016)
    Smart phones are powerful minicomputers characterized by high performance, large memory capacity and enhanced applications that enable various ways of communication. They are widely used for other purposes besides making ...
  • Kariuki, Eric Gacheru (United States International University - Africa, 2016)
    The main objective of this study was to identify factors promoting the adoption of M-health and determine usability challenges in the existing M-health applications in Kenya. Specifically the study aimed at establishing ...
  • Okhaifo, Pius Oikeh; Kagiko, Chris Mukirae (United States International University - Africa, 2016)
    The Purpose of this project is to make a digital circuit that would generate a police siren while mimicking the pattern of the police lights using Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) in order to understand the digital circuitry ...
  • Nzioka, Shadrack (United States International University - Africa, 2016)
    This project is about water level indicator using raspberry pi. In this project we used led to indicate the different levels and the raspberry pi to display were exactly the level is at in terms of percentages. The simple ...
  • Haria, Nikunj Jayantilal; Orre, Liza Maribor (United States International University - Africa, 2016)
    The purpose of this experiment was to obtain a basic knowledge on digital electronics and in turn set the stage to perform the analysis and design of complex digital electronics circuits. It also served as an opportunity ...
  • Kamanzi, Emery; Maina, Collins (United States International University - Africa, 2016)
    The project involved creating a traffic lights system by using one set of traffic lights and a push button, and learn how to connect Raspberry Pi to lights and switches, and also learn some simple concepts of the Python ...
  • Njoroge, Telvin; Lando, Oliver (United States International University - Africa, 2016)
    A temperature sensor is a device that reads the temperature of the surrounding and relays the temperature either in degrees Celsius or Kelvin. The LM335 temperature sensor (used in the experiment) gives out the temperature ...
  • Ashakali, Jivani Alnvaz; Balekaga, Salama A. (United States International University - Africa, 2016)
    The main purpose of this Project is to learn the basic of Digital Electronics before ones put them into practice in the real world. This entails learning the basic of Digital Electronics with the use of few pieces of ...
  • Mwangi, Allan; Toti, Alex Nshuti (United States International University - Africa, 2016)
    The purpose of this project was to build a motion detector. The main components used were the Arduino microcontroller and the PIR sensor. The project also used an LED and a Piezo buzzer to indicate when motion was detected. ...
  • Justus, Nyagwencha (2013)
    This dissertation presents a For Youth For Life (FYFL) cloud tool as a unique solution to a problem of identifying an easy to use, scalable, cost effective, and fault tolerant collaborative system or tool for members of ...
  • Dorothy, Wanjiku Njoroge (2009)
    ABSTRACT This study examined global media discourses regarding the coverage of an anti-poverty campaign for Africa by celebrities in Europe by comparing media coverage of this event in the UK, US, and African press. The ...
  • Wanyama, Walter (2000)
    The effect of linear variation in the radial direction of some circular plates on the acoustic radiation is investigated. The procedure involves development and solution of the equation of motion for circular plates ...
  • Mutanu, Leah (2004)
    The concept of diffusion has interested academics and practitioners in marketing for decades. It signifies the rate at which new product diffuses into the marketplace or the rate at which consumers try a new product. The ...
  • Namuye, Silvester (1986)
    Data loggers are used for data acquisition and storage. This project was undertaken with the objective of constructing a low-power low-cost battery operated data acquisition system (data logger) for use in remote areas. ...
  • Wamuyu, Patrick Kanyi (University Of Kwazulu-Natal, 2010)
    This thesis interrogates the suitability of wireless technologies to implement an eBusiness infrastructure in Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) in developing countries, particularly in Kenya. A research model ...
  • Gichaga, Lucy (Regent University/ UMI Dissertation Publishers, 2014)
    This study examined the effectiveness of Kenya’s famine early warning information (FEWI) network from 2007 to 2013. The study assessed: presence of collaborative networks (NC), strength of networks (C), organizational ...