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Message from Dean School of Computing & Informatics
Prof. Franklin Wabwoba DEAN SCAI

Prof. Franklin Wabwoba PhD (IT)
Dean School of Computing & Informatics
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Welcome! Hello, I’m Prof. Franklin Wabwoba. As dean of the Kibabii University, School of Computing and Informatics (SCAI), I can assure you, if you’re interested in exploring and applying Information Technology or Computer Science, you have come to the right place. With a rare combination of top scholars, an international footprint and multidisciplinary opportunities, Kibabii University is making itself known as a global leader in Information Technology education and research. Here you’ll learn to think logically, deal with uncertainty and change, work with technology in a socially and environmentally responsible manner, communicate effectively and collaborate with other bright students, all within a supportive community to fulfill the motto of the university of “Education for development” and above all the school’s motto “ Computing, ICT knowledge and skills for development”. Your student experience will be enhanced by experiences of hands ...


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Castro Mbithi, a Man of Many Hats

Castro Mbithi, is a fourth-year student pursuing BSc. in Information Technology at Kibabii University, the skills he has acquired over the last four years as an IT student has enabled him to take up the responsibilities of running Ajira Club at Kibabii University, and participate as a Microsoft Student Partner ...

COVID-19 Brings Out the Best of Our Students

COVID-19 has brought the best in us, such is the story of Mr. Samuel Kahindi, a fourth-year student pursuing BSc IT at Kibabii University. Besides books, Mr. Kahindi has turned to talent as a creative way of beating boredom and cash crunch occasioned by the global pandemic. He has ventured ...

SCAI Alumni Shine at Presidential Digital Talent Program-Cohort IV

Fifteen (15) of our 2017 and 2018 Class Alumni graduated from the Presidential Digital Talent Program (PDTP). The graduation was held virtually with CS Joe Mucheru as the Chief guest among other dignitaries. PDTP is a program run by ICT Authority, a parastatal in the Ministry of ICT, Innovation any ...

Digital Electronic Textbox

Lecturers in School of Computing and Informatics (Prof. S. Mbuguah, Dr. R. K. Ronoh and Prof. F. Wabwoba) have published a textbook called “Digital Electronic”. A highly recommended core reading for undergraduate digital electronics in computing and electrical programmes. It is also handy for diploma courses in the same fields ...

Staff from SCAI IBM Cloud Certification

Staff from School of Computing and Informatics, Kibabii University trained and passed the IBM Cloud Application Developer exams. The IBM Cloud platform provides unique academic roadmap for faculty members and students preparing them to succeed in demanding positions unique to the market. The program provides: A world class training experience ...

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Network performance metrics for transition from IPv4 TO IPv6 Networks

The internet platform has been facilitated by a huge number of interconnected network nodes hence the dire need for extra pool of addresses, quality of services, routing efficiency, performance and optimization. These developments have contributed ...

Challenges faced in the implementation of Supply Chain Management in the Manufacturing sector

The twenty first century market is characterized by high variety and relatively low demand for individual products. Kenya manufacturing sector whose share of gross domestic product (GDP) has increased very little over the past two ...

Benefits of Supply Chain Management in the Manufacturing Sector

Under vision 2030, Kenya aims to become the provider of choice for manufactured goods in eastern and central Africa. Kenya manufacturing sector has performed dismally over the past two decades: contributes about 13% of the ...

Performance and cost-effectiveness of change burst metrics in predicting software faults

The purpose of this study is to determine a type of software metric at file level exhibiting the best prediction performance. Studies have shown that software process metrics are better predictors of software faults than ...