Invited Talk: Nnenna Christine Martin

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Nnenna Christine

Nnenna Christine Martin
Research Director, ResearchLink International LLC
Greensboro, North Carolina, USA
Date and time: July 29, 2019 (Monday); 10:00am - 10:15am
LOCATION: Galleria B-C


The decline in research and scientific production of African universities on a global level is motivated by different factors including poor research infrastructure, poorly-equipped libraries, limited access to new technologies, lack of financing for research, lack of access to good and well equipped labs and lack of funds to publish research in journals and attend conferences to present research. These factors generate accumulative effects and problems in the institutions and for the researchers. The  development  of  innovative practices, initiatives and strategies on an international level for PhD and research studies can have a positive  impact  on  the  quality  of  training  and  developed  research.  Academic and research collaboration is a very valuable tool that not only accelerates the progress but also enhances the quality of the work and extends the repertoire of the partners. One of  the  priority objectives  of ResearchLink International is to  establish  a  permanent  forum  of  cooperation, dialogue, study and  exchanges  between  researchers from developing countries and researchers, universities and companies in developed countries. Thus, ResearchLink has developed collaboration platforms & initiatives that will be beneficial to, not only researchers from the developing world but to the whole world as well. The American Council on Science & Education has been very supportive in providing a platform during the conferences for ResearchLink to create awareness about research challenges in developing countries. Some of our initiatives have been shared on previous CSCE (WorldComp) & CSCI conferences, and the responses and feedbacks have been very supportive, positive and encouraging.



Nnenna Christine Martin is the Research Director at ResearchLink International Inc., North Carolina, USA. She received the BSc (Honors) degree in Computer Science from University of Venda,  South  Africa and  the MSc   degree   in   Computer   Science   with   Distinction (Cum Laude)  from  North  West  University,  South Africa and a second Masters degree in Information Technology from Universsity of North Carolina, Greensboro, USA. She has published several works in several International and National journals, and also in several career conferences.  Her research interests and focus includes Cognitive Radio Networks, Wireless  Mesh  Networks,  Mobile  Ad  Hoc  Networks,  Wireless  Sensor  Networks,  Game Theory,    Green    Networking,    Software    Defined    Networks, Intelligent    Mobile    Agents,  Informatics/Information Systems, Data Mining, Internet of Things and E-Communications. Most importantly, through her work at ResearchLink International, she is devoted to bringing to the forefront the challenges faced by research/PhD/graduate students in developing countries, and also developing initiatives to alleviate their plight. These initiatives include but not limited to: fostering collaboration between African research students/institutions and researchers, universities and companies in the developed world through funded study scholarships, trainings, research visits, exchange visits, conferences, grants and other opportunities.

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