Philip R. Muchiri

Philip R. Muchiri

Lecturer ,

Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Science,

Egerton University

P. O. Box 536, 20115 Egerton, Kenya

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EDUCATION

2011

Doctorate-ongoing, Information Technology

Masinde Muliro University of Technology, Kakamega

1998

Master of Science, Computer Science

Wroclaw University of Economics, Poland.

1996

BSc Computer Science

Wroclaw University of Economics, Poland.

1990

Advanced Level Certificate

St. Charles Lwanga School, Kenya

1988

Ordinary Level Certificate

Kipsangui High School, Kenya

PROFFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS

1

CCNA1

Afralty, Nairobi, Kenya

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CCNA2

Afralty, Nairobi, Kenya

3

CCNA3

Afralty, Nairobi, Kenya

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CCNA4

Afralty, Nairobi, Kenya

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION

Information Systems – Design, Implementation and Security

WORK EXPERIENCE

Aug. 2005 - present

Lecturer, Department of Computer Science, Egerton University

2000 -2005

Assistant Lecturer, Department of Computer Science

2004 -2006

Internal Examiner, Department of Computer Science

1999 - 2000

Lecturer and Technical Consultant at Graffins College Westlands, Nairobi.

2006 - 2009

Facilitator, African Virtual University

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES

1

Member , Quality Assurance steering Committee

2

Students Software Projects Advicer

3

Member, Faculty/Department Examinations Board

KEY PROJECTS

2013 - present

ST& I Project Grand Beneficiary

2003- 2009

Supervisor SRMS (Students Records and Management System) Used at Faculties of Science and Education

2001- 2004

Supervisor Euccosaccs Software System

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

1

Philip R.Muchiri, “Development of a Web Based Electronic Procurement System for the Kenyan Public Sector”. Kabarak University 2nd International conference, 17th - 18th October 2012 at Kabarak University, Nakuru Kenya

2

Co-author of “Micro Computer Applications Workbook

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Information Systems, Software Engineering and Security Systems