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Contact Information

  • Position Title: Lecturer
  • Personal Title: Mr.
  • Location: Koforidua
  • E-mail address: bright.anibrika@ktu.edu.gh

PROFILE

Bright Selorm Kodzo Anibrika (Mr.)

Bright (Ofa Bright) is a Lecturer in Computing and Information Technology. Bright’s interest is in basic Object-oriented Programming, Distributed system and computing, Networking and Internetworking, Network Programming, Development of Routing Protocols, Network Management, Wireless Communication system, Wireless Sensor Networks, Mobile AdHoc Networks and Energy Efficient Protocols, Genetic Algorithms such as Ant Colony Optimization with applications to Mobile Adhoc Routing, Network and Routing Protocol Simulations and Mobility Modelling.

Academic Background

  • PhD in Computer Science (Reading, 2015-Present) KNUST, Kumasi-Ghana.
  • Information Technology (2012-2014), KNUST, Kumasi, – Ghana.
  • HND Computer Science (2005-2008), Koforidua Polytechnic, Eastern- Ghana.
  • City and Guilds of London Institute (Microcomputer Technology- I&II)- UK
  • Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Level 2
  • International Computer Driving License (ICDL) program- UK

Research Interests

  • Distributed systems and Architecture
  • Mobility Modelling and Simulations Systems
  • Designing IOT-enabled applications
  • Wireless Sensor Networking and Design
  • Mobile AdHoc Networks Optimization
  • Intelligent and Energy-Efficient Routing Protocols
  • Ant Colony Optimization and Applications to Mobile AdHoc Routing
  • Routing Protocol Design and Simulations
  • Improving wireless Communication Protocols

Professional Memberships

  • Member– City and Guilds of London Institute, UK.
  • Member – CCNA, USA.

Publications

Publications

  1. Anibrika, B. S. K., Asante, M., Hayfron-Acquah, B., & Gavua, E. K. Reengineering MANET Routing using Ant Colony Optimization: Modelling and Performance Study. International Journal of Computer Applications975, 8887.
  2. Anibrika, B. S. K., Asante, M., Kumasi, A. R., & Ghann, P. A Survey of Modern Ant Colony Optimization Algorithms for MANET: Routing Challenges, Perpectives and Paradigms.
  3. Anibrika, B. S. K., Asante, M., Hayfron-Acquah, B., & Gavua, E. K. AN ENERGY-EFFICIENT ROUTING ALGORITHM WITH ANT COLONY OPTIMIZATION FRAMEWORK FOR MOBILE ADHOC NETWORKS: A PERORMANCE STUDY.
  4. Mohammed, M. A., Bright, A. S., Ashigbe, F. D., & Somuah, C. (2017). Mobile-Based Medical Health Application-MediChat App. International Journal of Scientific & Technologicy Reseach6.
  5. Kodzo, A. B. S. (2014). Improving the Communication Functionality of User Datagram Protocol (UDP) For Real Time Messaging and Application Processing. ADRRI Journal of Engineering and Technology2(1), 25-37.
  6. Bright, A. S., Asante, M., Degadzor, A. F., & Adamu, M. M. Designing An Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) Architecture As Business Model Protocol (BMP) For Distributed Electronic-Commerce Systems And Applications. ADRRI Journal of Engineering and Technology.
  7. Kodzo, A. B. S., Mohammed, M. A., Degadzor, A. F., & Asante, M. Performance Analysis of Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) Over Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) Protocol with Opnet.
  8. Kodzo, A. B. S., Ebenezer, G. K., Tawiah, S., & Emmanuel, K. MTN 4 th Generation Long Terminal Evolution (4Lte), a New Technological Paradigm for Ghana‟ s Economy.
  9. Kodzo, A. B. S. K., Mohammed, M. A., Degadzor, A. F., & Asante, M. (2016). Performance Analysis of Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) Over Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) Protocol with Opnet. International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications7(5), 77-82.
  10. Asigbe, D. F., Mustapha, A. M., Agbesi, C. C., Ephraim, B. F., Bright, A. S., & Clement, S. (2016). Performance Analysis Of Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (Eigrp) Over Open Shortest Path First (Ospf) Protocol. International Journal Of Scientific & Technology Research (IJSTR)5(9), 111-117.
  11. Anibrika, B. S. K. (2014). Validation of Credit Card Numbers Using the C# Programming Language. Africa Development and Resources Research Institute Journal, Ghana: Vol. 10, No. 10(2).]

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