Dr. Moses Musinguzi

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Lecturer / Ag. Head of Department

Room no – New Building

3028

Contact

Tel:     +256772511119

Email:   musinguzim@tech.mak.ac.ug

 

Research Interests

Spatial Data Infrastructures, Land Information Systems and GIS for Wetland Assessment

 

Education

PhD GIS – Uppsala University/Makerere University

MSc. GIS – Nottingham University, United Kingdom

BSc. Surveying – Makerere University, Uganda

 

Publications

 

Books

Musinguzi M, WID/IUCN 2005, From Conservation to Conservation: Fifteen Years of Managing Wetlands for People and the Environment in Uganda. WID, Kampala Uganda and IUCN Eastern Africa Regional Programme, Nairobi, Kenya. ISBN 2-8317-0896-6

Musinguzi M, Bagampadde U, Alinatwe Henry 2007: How to Get a Quality PhD from Faculty of Technology, Makerere University. Makerere University, Uganda, Mixiprint Olofstrom, Sweden 2007 ISBN 9970-812-05-8

 

Peer Reviewed Papers

  • Musinguzi, M., Bax, G., Tickodri-Togboa, S 2006: A Methodology for Coding Wetlands for Identification in a GIS based Wetlands Database. In the Proceedings of Map Africa 2006. 20-22 International Conventional Centre Johannesburg South Africa
  • Musinguzi, M., Bax, G., Tickodri-Togboa, S 2006, Spatial Data Infrastructures: The Future of Wetland Rapid Assessment Models In Developing Countries. In the Proceedings of Map Africa 2006. 20-22 International Conventional Centre Johannesburg South Africa
  • Musinguzi, M., Bax, G., Tickodri-Togboa, S 2006: A Conceptual Model for an Information System for Wetland Management in Uganda. In the Proceedings of the African Region Casle Conference on Promoting Sustainable Land Management in Africa. Paradise – Holiday Resort Bagamoyo Tanzania 14th – 17th March, 2006
  • Musinguzi, M., Bax, G., Tickodri-Togboa, S 2004.: Opportunities and Challenges for SDI Development in Developing Countries – A case study of Uganda. In the proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Geoinformatics Geospatial Information Research: Bridging the Pacific and Atlantic, University of Gavle, Sweden 7-9 June 2004 Vol. 2 789-796 Ed S. Anders Brandt. ISBN: 91-974948-IX
  • Musinguzi, M., Bax, G., Tickodri-Togboa, S 2000: Development of an Integrated Utility network for the Major Utility Companies in Uganda – Proceedings of 1st Conference on technology for the Sustainable Development, at Nile Hotel.
  • Musinguzi, M., Bax, G., Tickodri-Togboa, S 2007: Assessment of spatial Data Interoperability Issues in Uganda. Proceedings of Conference on Collaborative Research Technological Development, Kampala-Speke Resort Munyonyo, Uganda 17th – 21st December 2007.
  • Musinguzi, M., Bax, G., Tickodri-Togboa, S 2007: Analysis of the Impact of GIS/ICT on Wetland Assessment. Proceedings of Conference on Collaborative Research Technological Development, Kampala-Speke Resort Munyonyo, Uganda 17th – 21st December 2007.
  • Wetland Management Department, Ministry of water and Environment, Uganda; Uganda Bureau of Statistics; International Livestock Institute; and Worked Resources Institute. 2009. Mapping a better Future: How Spatial Analysis Can Benefit Wetlands and Reduce Poverty in Uganda. Washington, DC and Kampala: World Resources Institute. ISBN: 978-1-56973-716-3
  • Musinguzi, M, Batungi, N, 1998: The state of Remote of GIS and Remote Sensing in Uganda: Conference Proceeding of GIS and Remote Sensing for Educators Gaborone, Botswana. 18th – 21st October 1998.
  • Musinguzi.M, and Kisakye,M. 2011. Discrepancy Between Survey Practice and Legislation in Uganda. Proceedings of the First Conference on Advances in Geomatics and Research. 3rd – 4th August 2011, Kampala, Uganda. ISBN: 9789970167012
  • Musinguzi.M. 2011. A Tree Model for Diffusion of Spatial Data Infrastructures in Developing Countries. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Advances in Engineering and Technology. January 31 – February 1, 2011, Entebbe, Uganda. Macmillan  Uganda. ISBN: 978-9970-214-214-00-7
  • Musinguzi.M. 2011. Application of spatial technologies and field techniques to assess the status of wetlands in lake kyoga basin in uganda. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Advances in Engineering and Technology. January 31 – February 1, 2011, Entebbe, Uganda. Macmillan  Uganda. ISBN: 978-9970-214-214-00-7
Posted: Wednesday, February 6, 2013