LUG Students Partake in LU Undergraduate Research Conference

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Each year during March, Undergraduates from across Lancaster University and its partners come together to host a conference in which undergraduate students across all disciplines showcase and celebrate their research.

This year, we are glad to have eleven students from Lancaster University Ghana participate in the conference. Below are links to the research posters of our students.

Stephanie Asare-Kodua

Programme: Economics and International Relations

Research: Let The Woman Speak! The Ghanaian Woman’s View on Gender Equality and Socio-Economic Development

David Bereibibo Bristol-Alagbariya

Programme: Law

Research: The Legal Framework Protecting Freshwater Resources in the Republic of Ghana

Ruquaiya Shuaibu

Programme: Computer Science

Research:An interactive augmented reality mobile application educating on extinct and endangered animal species (AR World)

Mayila Mve William Jephthe

Programme: Computer Science

Research:Total Commit and transaction off-chains (TCTOC): A proposed Blockchain Scalability Solution

Malami Muhammad Ladan

Programme: Computer Science

Research: The impact of trust in adopting artificial intelligence in healthcare

Sometochukwu Daniella Alfred Akpu

Programme: Computer Science

Research: Methodical Approch to Develop Blockchain-Based Applications

Ama Odei-Tettey

Programme: Computer Science

Research: Speech Emotion Recognition Using Machine Learning

Tebite Ogonetejiri Andrew

Programme: Computer Science

Research: Artificial Intelligence models (techniques) used in detection of malware

William Nii Sowah Adjei

Programme: Computer Science

Research: Revolutionizing Online Furniture Shopping: An Augmented Reality Solution

Kunal Sandhu

Programme: Computer Science

Research: Quantum computing and its effects on cryptography

Akinsinde-Alese Sharon

Programme: Computer Science

Research: The application of blockchain technology for the prevention of plagiarism in research papers