Research Interests

Model and algorithm development enhanced by application of statistical and computationally intensive techniques to generate information and knowledge is presented with the global ever-increasing problem of small multivariable and big data phenomena occurring both in temporal and spatial fields.  Apprehension of such a challenge is not a function of statistics or computing in isolation, but a collaborative dynamism, corroborated by both. We have attempted through a number of publications and work accomplished, shown that the world can be a better place through information and knowledge creation by theory and application, however more knowledge gaps keep revealing, hence demanding more research. For instance, the non-communicable diseases have become a silent killer and are almost going unnoticed especially in developing and middle-income countries due to lack of reliable data. Currently, our research activities are focused on statistical modeling of predictors and risk factors associated with the burden of non-communicable diseases.


  1. Deriving multi-factor models for predicting airline delays case study: Entebbe International Airport by Masimbi Brian (2010/HD15/1001U)
  2. An efficient analysis of survey data using double sampling design: a computerized approach by Nabuduwa Ketty (2012/HD06/584U)
  3. A web-based clinical malaria diagnosis system using data mining techniques, the rule-based classification algorithm by Bbosa Francis Fuller (2012/HD06/581U)
  4. A system for Implementation and evaluation of continuous assessments in secondary schools: case of Seeta High School by Olal Daniel (2012/HD06/597U)
  5. Academic decision support system based on determinants of university students’ performance: case of Kyambogo University
  6. Factors that influence tourism demand in Uganda by Epiaka William
  7. Survival of Burkitts Lymphoma patients in Northern Uganda: Admissions at St. Mary’s Hospital Lacor by Mbazira Mike (2011/HD06/4025U)
  8. Modeling the effect of ART use on survival of HIV and AIDS patients in Rural Uganda: A case study of Kasese District by Bwambale Kyamakya Moses (2009/HD15/16063U)
  9. Economic growth in the three traditional East African Countries: A panel data analysis approach by Ssebaggala Godfrey (2010/HD/646U)
  10. Impact of foreign aid on government consumption in Uganda by Basala Martin (2010/HD15/1103U)
  11. Reduced proportions of Malaria Hospitalizations: a comparison of longitudinal and cross-sectional groups of children of five years and below in Tororo district by Okiring Jaffer (2011/HD06/4020U)