Past Conferences

The 2nd International Conference on Emerging and Future Information Communication Technologies (ICEFICT)

The 2nd International Conference on Emerging and Future Technologies (ICEFICT) was  held on June 11th and 12th 2014 in Nairobi. ICEFICT presented an excellent opportunity to academics, researchers and practitioners to showcase cutting edge research, innovative solutions and pioneering practice in the ICT arena.

This year's theme was "Beyond connectivity: Sustainability through Innovation" and provided an opportunity for deeper reflection on emerging technology trends and how they can appropriately contribute to better standards in various domains of interest. 

The following presentations were at the conference:

  1. ICT Policy And Governance Policy And Regulatory Imperatives In The Converged Environment by HON. ENG. James Rege, MP.
  2. ICT and Our Future by Prof. Jason M. Githeko, Egerton University.
  3. Presentation on Emerging trends in Higher Education by PROF. Stanley Waudo, Vice-Chancellor Mount Kenya University.
  4. Trends in Higher Education by PROF. Stanley Waudo, Vice-Chancellor Mount Kenya University.
  5. Adoption of Cloud Computing for Education in Kenyan by Elizabeth Muli, Technical University of Kenya & James Kimutai, Moi University.
  6. Cryptanalysis of the RSA cryptosystem by Aldrin W. Wanambisi.
  7. Designing Lost And Found Web Applications, Based On Trusted Third Party Model by Stanley Githinji.
  8. Digital Forensics Framework For Kenyan Courts Of Laws by Obwaya Mogire, South Eastern Kenya University.
  9. Green Computing Techniques Utilized Within The Telecommunication Industy In Kenya by Nancy Marangu, Catholic University of Eastern Africa.
  10. Implementation Of Security And Quality Of Service by Kenneth Kagoiya.
  11. Information Security Culture And Information Security Management In A Private Kenyan University by Muendo Daniel.
  12. OSS usability in kenya by John Kamau – Mount Kenya University and Prof. Ian Sanders – University of South Africa.
  13. Perception of E-Government and Service Delivery among City Dwellers in Nairobi by Oscar M. Otele, Department of Political Science and Public Administration, University of Nairobi.
  14. What Is The Effect Of Cloud Computing On Database Upgrade Times Compared To Routine Upgrade Procedures by Edwin M Mulwa, Erick M Wafula, Margaret Mburu, Cinthia C Blat, Charles K Kibaara, Paul O Omboi and Jayne Lewis-Kulzer.
  15. ICT and African Development - Hussein Suleman, University of Cape Town,Department of Computer Science
    Centre for ICT for Development & Digital Libraries Laboratory ,

Extracts From The 1st International Conference on Emerging and Future Information Communication Technologies - 2011

Download Presentations from the ICEFICT Conference

  1. Remarks Hon Minister Sam Poghisio, EGH M.P at ICEFICT 2011 conference
  2. A framework for open courseware for universities in Kenya
  3. A generic Mobile Architecture
  4. A review of users acceptance and adoption of open source software
  5. Cloud Computing-Improving organizational agility
  6. Developing a Holistic Network Security Architecture
  7. Effectiveness of E-Pay in Kenyan Public Service delivery
  8. E-Learning as a tool for enhancing knowlege sharing
  9. High availability in the cloud- Building robust and dependable Mechanisms
  10. Information Management and digital Libraries
  11. Integrated Interactive Cartographic Information System
  12. Knowledge management and digital libraries
  13. Managing Chronic conditions through hosted medical records in Kenya
  14. Map is not the territory-System design imperatives
  15. Near Field Communication-The future mobile payment service for Kenya
  16. Provisioning IP Resources in Africa
  17. Storage Virtualization and Management
  18. Students for ICT based learning
  19. Technology Enhanced Learning
  20. Towards enterprise architecture for road transport administration in Kenya
  21. Utilizing IT innovations to guarantee academic integrity

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Conference Organizing committee
Physical Address: Shelter Afrique Center, 6th Floor, Upper Hill, Nairobi
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