Education

Denis Ssebuggwawo graduated in 2012 with a Ph.D (Information Systems) at Radboud University Nijmegen (RU) in The Netherlands under the NUFFIC Scholarship. He belonged to the Institute of Computing and Information Sciences (iCIS), in the department of Model-Based Systems Development (MBSD, currently  SwS) within the Faculty of Natural Science, Mathematics and Computer Science (FNWI). His research was under the guidance and supervision of Prof. dr. Erik H.A. Proper and Prof. dr. S.J.B.A. Hoppenbrouwers in the Enterprise Engineering (EE) Research Group. 

Between 2001 – 2002, having been awarded The Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP) (formerly known as Netherlands Fellowship Program (NFP)) scholarship, he undertook a Master Class in Scientific Computing at Wiskunde Onderzoekschool (WONDER), the Dutch Research School in Mathematics, formerly the Mathematical Research Institute (MRI) which was based at Radboud University Nijmegen in The Netherlands. The Master Class in Scientific Computing was a joint effort and a collaboration programme among the Mathematics and Computing Departments of  Radboud University Nijmegen (RU), University of Twente (UT) , University of Groningen (RuG) and Utrecht University (UU). His research title was: “A Highbrid Relaxed Incomplete Factorization Method and Approximate Subspace Preconditioning Method“.

Denis Ssebuggwawo is also a holder of an MSc. degree in Mathematics (Numerical Analysis and Computer Science) and a BSc.(Hons) degree in Mathematics which he obtained, respectively, in 1997 and 1993 from Makerere University (MAK) in Uganda. His research title was: “A Comparative Study of Some of the Most Common Numerical Methods for Solving Parabolic Differential Equations“. 

Professional and Work Experience

Denis Ssebuggwawo started his professional and academic career as a junior lecturer. For over 20 years, he has mainly worked in an academic environment at University Level. He has taught both undergraduate and postgraduate students at: Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST) (1995 – 1999) where he taught Mathematics and Computer Science; Uganda Martyrs University (UMU) – Nkozi (1998 – 2004) where he taught Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science to undergraduate students and Information Systems to graduate students; Kampala International University (KIU) (2004 – 2007) where he taught Computer Science to undergraduate students and Information Systems to graduate students.

He is, currently, a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science(CS), Faculty of Science (FoS) at Kyambogo University (KYU) in Uganda where he teaches Computer Science. More details may be found in his C.V/Resume.