Poster Sessions

Poster Sessions  

Day One, Wednesday, 18th November 2015

Poster Session 1

  • Potel Jossam1, Paul van de Molen2, Dr. Luc Boerboom2, Mr. Todorovski Dimo2, Walter de Vries(1District of Kayonza – MINALOC, 2University of Twente, 3Technische Universität München)

Displacement and Land Administration in post conflict period

  • Mi-Ran Choi1, Michael Makokha1, David Ndegwa Kuria1, Danson Maina1 (1Pamoja Trust)

Social tenure domain model (STDM) for improved tenure security of the urban poor

  • Steve Omondi Ochieng’1, Moses Murimi Ngigi1, David Ndegwa Kuria1, Charles Ndegwa Mundia1, Mary Wandia Macharia1, Caroline Waithera Gikwa1, Samuel Wanjohi Kibui1, Boniface Thaa Njoroge(1Dedan Kimathi University of Technology)

Adoption of geospatial technology in land administration Modelling. Case Study “A Pilot Implementation and Land Administration Domain Model for Kenya”

  • Caroline Gevaert 1, Claudio Persello1, George Vosselman1, Richard Sliuzas(1University of Twente/ITC)

Automatic building extraction from UAV data

  • Lucy Chepkochei Chepkosgei1, Wietske Bijker2, Valentyn Tolpekin2 (1Directorate of Arid and Semi Arid Lands, 2University of Twente/ITC)

Urban tree species classification on pixel and object level with Worldview-2 image, using maximum likelihood classifier and support vector machine

  • Sandro Calmanti1Tinebeb Yhoannes Gelassie1Alessandro Dell’Aquila1, Federica Carfagna2 (1ENEA / UTMEA-CLIM – Rome/Italy, 2African Risk Capacity – Rome/Italy)

Scenarios of food-security in African countries using CORDEX data

  • Luc Boerboom (University of Twente/ITC)

Targeted Open Online Course for Implementation of National Urban Policy of Rwanda

  • Fabien Rizinjirabake12David E. Tenenbaum1, Petter Pilesjö1, John E. Wasige3 (1University of Lund, 2University of Rwanda, 3Swiss Federal Institute for Aquatic Science and Technology)

Stream dissolved organic carbon and its relationship with rainfall and stage in the Rukarara River Watershed (Rwanda)

  • Vestine  Uwiringiyimana12, Tom A. Veldkamp1, Sherif Amer1, Marga Ocke3 (1University of Twente/ITC, 2University of Rwanda, 3National Institute for Public Health and the Environment – The Netherlands)

Can low dietary zinc intake and mycotoxin exposure explain the stunting pattern in Rwandese children?

  • Consolée Sibosiko1, G.N. Pandey2 (1University of Rwanda, 2Arunachal University of Studies)

Greenhouse gas alleviation by compost control method and carbon credit

  • Maurice Binyebebe1, G.Senthil Kumaran1, Umulisa Marceline, Murenzi William  (1University of Rwanda)

Soil erosion modeling using GIS techniques in Kanwigira watershed, Nyagatare district- Rwanda

Day Two, Thursday, 19th November 2015
Poster Session 2 ­

  • John Kiousopoulos (Technological Educational Institute of Athens)

Calculation of human impact on the natural environment based on the land uses changes: the case of linear peaks

  • Dennis Mwaniki 1, Daniel Githira2 (1Global Observatory linking Research to Action, 2University of Twente)

Mapping Urban Spatial Growth and Transformation in Nairobi:A Cheap or Expensive Affair?

  • Rahman Tafahomi1, Wambete Soita1, Reihaneh Nadi1(1University of Rwanda)

Integration of Architectural Design in the City Map as Progressive Mosaic of GIS Data Base

  • Josephine Malonza (University of Rwanda)

Kigali urban wetlands as townscapes

  • Ir. Fred Mugisha1, Richard Sliuzas2, Johannes Flacke2 (1University of Rwanda, 2University of Twente/ITC)

Modelling and assessment of urban flood hazards based on end-user requirements. Kigali-Rwandan Rwanda

  • Linda Ndiweni1, V.Madiro1, T. Madyandove(1National University of Science and Technology – Zimbabwe)

Drivers of urban and regional development in neighbourhood transformation in zimbabwean cities, 1990 – 2015: Implications on form and structure of housing markets in Harare and Bulawayo

  • Gachoki Muthoni Stella

Opportunities for crop diversification in tea growing areas: Central rift Kenya

  • Eng. Hitimana Jean Pierre1, Alfred Gasore2,  Jacqueline Muhoyire3 (1University of Rwanda, 2National Agricultural Export Development Board – Rwanda, 3Huye district Office)

The role of gis and romote sensing in strategic urban planning, case study: mbazi sector, in huye district, rwanda

  • Grace Rebecca Aduvukha1, Moses Murimi Ngigi1, Stephen Ludeshi1 (1Dedan Kimathi University of Technology)

GIS in efficient fire disaster management planning and emergency response for sustainable urban and rural development. A case study of Nyeri municipality, Kenya

  • Waititu J. Maina1, Irankunda Moise1, Ingabire Francine1 (1University of Rwanda)

Towards smart planning and management of electricity distribution to customers: Case study of Nyagatare sector, Rwanda

  • Ukurikiyeyesu Dieudonne1, Bajpai Gaurav1, Gasuhuke Janvier1, Musabe Richard1, Omar Sinayobye1 (1University of Rwanda)

Enhancement of smart city using Electronic Devices.

  • Sylion Muramira1, Emmanuel Ndagijimana1 (1University of Rwanda)

GIS as a Tool in Infrastructures Planning, Case of University of Rwanda-Nyagatare Campus

  • Justin Niyoniringiye

The use of GIS for environmental management in Rwanda

  • Vedaste Havugimana1, Marie Grace Nyinawabeza1, Bernard Nsanzimana(1University of Rwanda)

Forced sale of mortgaged properties in Kigali: The image of real property valuers