Mr. Sibangiso Ngwenya

Mr. Sibangiso Ngwenya

Lecturer : Computer Science

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Email: sibangiso.ngwenya@nust.ac.zw

Website: www.nust.ac.zw

Qualifications

MSc. Computer Science, NUST, Z'bwe, 2008, Bsc (Hons) Mathematics and Computer Science, Jose Varona University, Cuba (1996); Post Graduate Diploma in Higher Education, NUST, Z'bwe, 2010; Certificate in Research Methods, University of Botswana, Gaborone, 2012

Current Studies

PhD (Thesis: A Semantic Web Applied in E-Learning Systems.)

Research

Semantic Web & Ontology Engineering - Elearning Systems.

 

Publications by Mr. Sibangiso Ngwenya 

Ngwenya, S., Chilumani, K.R. and Mangena, S.B,  “The Semantic Web Solution for information overload on the Web”,  Research and Intellectual Expo (RIE), February, 2011, UZ, Harare, Journal of Zimbabwe Studies.

Ngwenya, S. and Mangena, S.B, ‘The Semantic web solution for information overload’, Journal of Zimbabwe Studies: Science, Technology and Health, Vol, 1, 2012.

Workshops & Conferences

Presented a research paper entitled “HIV/AIDS Herbal Treatment Expert System” in South Africa, University of Pretoria, at a conference, on 1-4 August 2011. [Ngwenya, S., Moyo, S.]

Presented a paper on typical research methods in computer science: NUST, Computer Science Department – 2012. [Ngwenya]

Presented a research paper, ‘A Theoretical Semantic Web Framework for Developing Learning Content’, ICEE/ICIT Conference Cape Town 2013, 8-12 December 2013. [Ngwenya, chilumani, Dr. Mangena]

Presented a research paper, ‘The role of the Semantic Web in the perspective of e-learning’, Faculty of Applied Sciences Seminar series, National University of Science and Technology, 3rd of October 2014. [Ngwenya, chilumani]

Presented a research paper, ‘An ontology - based framework for mobile learning in rural secondary schools’, 6th International Conference on appropriate Technology, (6th ICAT), Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya, 24-30 November 2014. [Ngwenya, Chilumani, Mangena, S.B]

Presented a research paper, ‘A Complementary Gynaecologist for Financially Challenged Pregnant Women’, 6th International Conference on Appropriate Technology, (6th ICAT), Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya, 24-30 November 2014. [S. Moyo.,  Dube, S.S. and Ngwenya, S.B]

Joint presentation of a paper, ‘Community centred postal services development’, 6th International Conference on Appropriate Technology, (6th ICAT), Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya, 24-30 November [Trimble, J., Ngwenya, S. and Chilumani, K.R.]

A Semantic Web Solution for Circumventing Disparities between Electronic-Learning Systems and Mobile-Learning Systems11th International Conference on e-Learning (ICEL-2016), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2-3 June 2016. [Ngwenya, Chilumani]

An Agricultural Market Portal for Rural Communities7th ICAT 2016 Conference, 24  – 26 November 2016, Victoria Falls-  Zimbabwe. [Ngwenya and Vuli Moyo]

An Emergency Notification System Using Global Positioning Technology7th ICAT 2016 Conference, 24  – 26 November 2016, Victoria Falls-  Zimbabwe. [Ngwenya and Basera Lucy]

An Assessment of e-readiness for Internet of Things adoption in Zimbabwe hospitals: Case of Chitungwiza Hospital-Zimbabwe7th ICAT 2016 Conference, 24-26 November 2016, Victoria Falls-  Zimbabwe. [Ngwenya, S., Moyo, S. and Dube, S.]