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Semester Teaching 

Undergraduate

MAT 102 : Analytical Geometry and Calculus

MAT 103 : Subsidiary Mathematics

MAT 201 : Introduction to Abstract Algebra

MAT 407 : Numerical Analysis I 

Graduate

MAT 803 : Functional Analysis II

MAT 801 : Partial Differential Equations

PUM 4101 : Computational Mathematics (Pan African University, Juja, Kenya)

AIMS SN : ODE and Applied PDEs  (AIMS, Senegal)

Project/Thesis Supervision

Undergraduate 

  1. Esther Lilly Agyemang, Wisdom Akannah (2019)

  2. Banu Kayomo (2020)

  3. Isaac Abbey,  Benjamin Anna (2022)

  4. Joshua Badu, Samuel Dassi, Courage Lawson, Enock Oppong (2023)

Graduate

  1. Joshua Amehiavor - Discontinuous Galerkin Isogeometric Analysis for Biharmonic Equations, KNUST, MPhil. Mathematics,  2017.

  2. Christopher Nikingbong - Molecular Dynamics Simulation: From Theoretical Concepts to Application, University of Cape Coast, MPhil. Mathematics, 2019.

  3. Godfred Santuma - SIRD Epidemic Model of Ebola with Double Saturated Incidence Rates and Vaccination. (Submitted & deceased, University of Cape Coast, 2020)

  4. Richmond AwotweThe impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on the travel behavior of university students on KNUST campus, KNUST, M.Sc. Road and Transportation Engineering , 2022.

  5. Kwaku Ayetey Solomon AyehManaging Traffic Congestion at the Amrahia Plaza, Ghana; An application of queuing theory and simulation, KNUST, M.Sc. Road and Transportation Engineering, 2022.

  6. Michael Osei Opoku - Caputo fractional order dynamics for Hepatitis B virus, African Institute of Mathematics (AIMS) & Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, 2022.

  7. Rexford Boakye - Controlling the transmission of Hepatitis B viral dynamics, African Institute of Mathematics (AIMS) & Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology, 2022.

  8. Michael Asumani Mensah - Caputo fractional order  SIRD Epidemic Model of Ebola with Double Saturated Incidence Rates and Vaccination, University of Cape Coast,(ongoing)

  9. Michael Asamani - Stochastic Epidemiological models, University of Cape Coast (ongoing)

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