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List of MSc Graduates at EAUMP

MSC Graduates

MSc Graduates at UDSM

  1. Mr Damas P. Kavenuke (MSc):  Graduated in 2005
    MSc Title: Modelling Laminar Flow a Fixed Impermeable Disk and Porous Rotating Disk.


  2. Ms Herieth Rwezaura (MSc): Graduated in 2008.
    MSc  Title: A Mathematical Model of Influenza with Treatment and Vaccination.


  3. Mr Helikumi Mlyashimbi (MSc.): Graduated in 2011
    MSc Title: Transmission Dynamics of Infectious Diseases By Immigrants in a Vaccinated and Temporary Immune Protected Population.

  4. Mr Kira Justin William: (MSc):  Graduated in 2011

    MSc Title: ModellingThe effect of Optimizing Clean Renewable Energy Revenues Over Rotation Ages.

  5. Ms Salma Saleh Moh’d  (MSc.):  Graduated in 2012

    MSc Title: Modelling  and Forecasting Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Growth with Special Focus on Tourism in Zanzibar.

  6. Ms  Lydia Lwegelela (MSc): Graduated in 2014

    MSc Area:  Analysis

  7. Mr Geradius Deogratias (MSc):. studies was full sponsored by ISP, Graduated in 2015

    MSc Title Analysis

  8. Ms Dellvine Koka (MSc): Graduated in 2016

    MSc Title: Analysis

  9. Mr Aloyce Melkiory Marandu (MSc)Graduated in 2018

    MSc Title: Characterization of Hypercyclic and chaotic operators on Frechet space.

  10. Ms Neema Wilberth (MSc).: Graduated in 2018

    MSc Title: Investigation of somewhere dense orbits on the complex Hilbert space.

  11. Mr Dadi Safari Emanuel (MSc): Graduated in 2020

    MSc Title: Further investigation on pseudo-complete topological spaces

  12. Ms Annastazia Hema (MSc) Graduated in 2020

    MSc Title: Investigating the effects of climate change oTransmission dynamics of malaria

  13. Mr Jonas James (MSc): Graduated in 2020

    MSc Title: Heat and mass transfer through nanofluid with slip condition and radiation effect along  permeable

  14. Mr Watson Levens (MSc): Graduated in 2014

    MSc Title: Mathematical Modelling of co- application of Long Lasting Insecticidal  Nets  and Insecticides  Zooprophylaxis Against the Resilience Anopheles Arabiensis for Effective Malaria Prevention

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