Ibrahim Inertia Wangwe (Kenya)
Research project: Application of mathematical models to show and resolve the effect of multi-drug resistance in trypanosomes
Ibrahim is a DRIP MSc Scholar supervised by Dr Lilian Wambua (icipe) and Dr Benard Kulohoma (University of Nairobi, Kenya). Ibrahim’s research interests include industrial mathematics, mathematical modelling and computing towards solving real world problems. He is currently researching mathematical models to show and resolve the effect of multi-drug resistance in trypanosomes. He is registered for a MSc at the University of Nairobi and is supported by a scholarship from RUFORUM.
Ibrahim holds a BSc in Mathematics and Computer Science from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Kenya, a MSc in Eng. Industrial Mathematics from Johammes Kepler University, Austria, and a MSc in Mathematical Modeling and Scientific Computing from Kaiserslautern University of Technology, Germany.