I hold a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Groningen, the Netherlands. I was awarded an MSc in Computer Science from the Makerere University 2003, and BSc in Mathematics from Makerere University in 1997. I also hold several other postgraduate and professional certificates and diplomas from across the globe.
My current research interests are in applications of statistical tools and machine learning, in solving problems in education, and social protection. My PhD focused on Astronomical image processing and analysis in the search of high redshift quasars.
I have demonstrable skills and good experience in systems analysis, software design and implementation of Management Information Systems. I have demonstrable analytical skills with the use of using statistical tools, machine learning & deep learning techniques with ability to produce high quality analytical reports and development of visual dashboards. I have also demonstrated ability to work with stakeholders from diverse background on complex issues of national and regional importance that have enabled me to lead teams that produce excellent consultancy reports/ outputs within the agreed timeframes.
Currently I am a consultant for the World Bank, UNICEF, & Development Pathways. I am specifically involved in the establishment of social registries, social protection information systems, knowledge Management and other analytic work in Social Protection. I have worked with GiZ before. I was contracted by GiZ Uganda to develop the Knowledge Management System for Climate Change Department. I was also the Lead consultant through Imprint (U) Ltd for the Mapping of the Economic Context and Needs Assessment for Graduate Education and Training in “Embedded and Mobile Systems” in East Africa.
I am also a Lecturer and Researcher at the College of Computing and Information Sciences, Makerere University. I have collected, studied, and interpreted large datasets; conducted reports; performed accurate, successful data management.
I have been instrumental in the planning and implementation of private sector institutions including ICT Consults Ltd and Uganda Technology and Management University (UTAMU).
I was the Consultant under ICT Consults Ltd/ ECASA Group of Consultants for a consultancy that carried out ‘’An assessment of knowledge and technology transfer institutions and identification of potential centers of excellence in the East African Community (EAC)’’. As part of this consultancy, EAC regional guidelines on knowledge and technology transfer and EAC regional guidelines for intellectual property management, technology transfer and commercialization were developed. The consultancy also provided an assessment/ analysis of national Science, Technology, and Innovation (STI) policies, strategies, and laws in the EAC partner states among others