November 2021

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NameTom Joseph MUKASADesignationAssistant LecturerDepartmentDepartment of Construction Economics & ManagementEducationMsc Construction Project Management (2014/Heriot-Watt University), Bsc Building Economics (2003/ University of Dar es Salaam).Research InterestsQuantification and Costing of Construction WorkConstruction Financial & Strategic ManagementValue and Risk Management in the Construction IndustryContracts and Procurement in the Construction IndustryConstruction Practice and Information TechnologyPeople and Organisation Management in the...
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esignationAssistant LecturerDepartmentDepartment of Construction Economics and ManagementEducationMBA – Master of Business AdministrationBachelor of ArchitectureShort CoursesConstruction management certificateResearch InterestSustainable Construction and Building information ModelingCourse TaughtBuilding types, Sociology, Construction drawing, Architectural design fundamental, Strategic Management, Building ScienceEmailsbaaza@cedat.mak.ac.ugsbalunywa@gmail.comTelephone Number+256778 566 345Employment RecordCollege of Engineering, Design Art and Technology (CEDAT), Assistant Lecturer (Part-Time), from 2012 – PresentResearch and Education...
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Mr. Joseph Ddumba Lwanyaga successfully defended his doctoral Thesis Mr. Joseph Ddumba Lwanyaga successfully defended his doctoral Thesis entitled; Application for Process Technologies for improved salt production from Lake Katwe Uganda. Mr. Lwanyaga a Lecturer in Busitema University is undertaking his PhD study at the College of Engineering, Design Art and Technology (CEDAT) in the...
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The Appropriate Technology Centre for Water and Sanitation (ATC) was established in 2010 as the research arm for Ministry of Water and Environment (MWE) to undertake applied/action research in water and sanitation technologies, promotion of appropriate Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) technologies as well as carry out capacity building of sector actors. ATC today undertakes...
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Growing environmental concerns associated with the production of activated carbon (AC), high production costs, and the rapidly growing demand for AC in water and wastewater treatment have driven research interest into more sustainable alternative AC precursors, particularly biomass wastes. This has seen a wide array of biomass waste types identified as potential candidates for AC...
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