Supervision

PhD students: On going
  1.  Ivan Philly Kimuli, working on:  Effect of morphic elements on the structure of a ring
  2.   Annet Kyomuhangi, working on: Reduced modules
  3. Caroline Namanya, working on: Chambers in 3-fold folps
  4.  Brian Makonzi, working on:  reconstruction algebras
MSc students: Completed
  1. Stephen Kadedesya, worked on the topic: “On the radical formula of modules” – graduated Jan 2015 (supervised with Prof. J. Kasozi).
  2. Innocent Ndikubwayo, worked on the topic: “On the Cauchy integral formula using winding numbers” – graduated Jan 2015 (supervised with Dr. S. H. Nsubuga).
  3. Sarah Nakato, worked on the topic: “On the prime ideal principle in commutative rings” – graduated Jan 2016 (supervised with Dr. S. H. Nsubuga).
  4. Edson Bazeyo Tumuhimbise, worked on the topic: “On the analysis of algebraic curves” – graduated Jan 2016 (supervised with Dr. G. I. Mirumbe).
  5. Vincent Umutabazi, worked on the topic: “On a generalization of injective modules: Red-injective modules and strongly Red-injective modules” – graduated Jan 2016. (supervised with Prof. J. Kasozi).
  6. Ivan Philly Kimuli, worked on the topic: “Morphic near-rings”- graduated Jan 2016 (supervised with Dr. G. I. Mirumbe).
  7. Peter Amutuheire, worked on the topic: “On conditions for which prime ideals are completely prime”- graduated Feb 2017 (supervised with Prof. J. Kasozi).
  8. Alfred Muwoya (Supervised with Dr. A. S. Bamunoba), On the classification of algebraic structures using quivers.
  9.  William Kirabo (Supervised with Dr. G. I. Mirumbe), On completely prime  ideal principal.
  10.  Mugaya Samson (Supervised with Dr. S. H. Nsubuga), Extending Bolzano’s Theorem for simplicies:  a discrete approach.
  11.  Caroline Namanya (Supervised with Dr. A. S. Bamunoba),  On hulls of semiprime rings with applications to C*-algebras.
  12.  Brian Makonzi (Supervised with Dr. G. I. Mirumbe), Localisation in different categories.
  13.  Mustafa Ahmed Moalim Ali (Supervised with Dr. A. S. Bamunoba), Dualizing generalisations of injective modules.