Owusu Nyarko-Boateng is a PhD Computer Science candidate and a lecturer at the Department of Computer Science and Informatics, the University of Energy and Natural Resources, Ghana. He holds an HND in Electrical & Electronics Engineering, BSc Computer Science, PGDE, and MSc Information Technology. He has also obtained the following professional certificates: EC-Council Certified Security Specialist (ECSS), Cisco Fundamentals of Fiber Optics Technology (FFOT), Cisco Optical Technology Advanced (OPT300) v2.0 and HCIA Switching & Routing. Owusu Nyarko-Boateng has previously worked with MTN Ghana and Huawei Technologies (SA) for over ten (10) years. He has in-depth experience in telecommunications transmission systems, including fiber optics cable deployment for a long-haul and short distance (FTTx), 2G BTS, WCDMA (3G), and 4G (LTE) plant installations and configurations. He also managed Huawei DWDM Optix8800 OSN, Huawei OptiX OSN1800 and optical distributor frames (ODF).
As an academic and a researcher, Owusu Nyarko-Boateng has developed a passion in the following research areas: machine learning, artificial intelligence, computer networks and data communications, network security, fiber optics technologies, modelling transmission systems, 5G & 6G Technologies, Expert Systems, computational intelligence for data communications. Owusu Nyarko-Boateng has published over 20 papers in the past three years when he joined the academic fraternity.”
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