Doctoral students

On April 2017, 42 doctoral students from 19 different countries are enrolled to the IMPDET-LE doctoral study programme.

Computer Science

  1. Hafiz Ahmad, Pakistan, The philosophical paradigms in the field of educational technology: What and Why?. Dr. Jarkko Suhonen, Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF.
  2. Ebenezer Anohah, Ghana, Integration of indigenous practices into computing education: The case of Virtual Studies of Computer Science in Ghana. Dr. Jarkko Suhonen; Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF.
  3. Muhammad Anwar, Pakistan, Enhancing the identification process of learning styles using cognitive traits and considering dynamic aspects. Assistant Prof. Sabine Graf, Athabasca University, Canada; Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF.
  4. Rosalina Babo, Portugal. Reengineering (e-)assessment in a Portuguese university. Dr. Jarkko Suhonen; Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF.
  5. William Clifford Gomerra, Tanzania, ICT-based cross-sectorial platform for credit facilities between SMEs and micro-finance institutions in Tanzania. Prof. George Oreku, TIRDO, Tanzania; Dr. Mikko Apiola, Prof. Markku Tukiainen.
  6. Albert Gonzalez, Spain, Encouraging Computer Science arete in academia - a narrative inquiry. Prof. Markku Tukiainen; Prof. Marjatta Vanhalakka-Ruoho, UEF.
  7. Martti Havukainen, Finland, The Brricks game as learning tool. Prof. Erkki Sutinen, University of Turku; Prof. Eija Kärnä, UEF; Assistant Professor Teemu H. Laine, Ajou University, South Korea, Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF.
  8. Behzad Joze Hashemian, Finland, CSCSCL model for optimizing nonlinear storyline in DIS. Prof. Markku Tukiainen, Dr. Ilkka Jormanainen, UEF.
  9. Muhammad Mustafa Hassan, Pakistan, Jeliot M: An Ethnocomputing oriented way to visualize programs on a mobile platform. Dr. Andres Moreno, United Nations University Institute on Computing and Society, Macao; Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF.
  10. Mikko J. Hyttinen, Finland, Blended learning and social software in higher education - new perspectives to the design and implementation of computing courses. Dr. Jarkko Suhonen; Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF.
  11. Mark Gachara Irura, Kenya, A Practical framework for electronic text books that employ learning analytics – a case for Kenyan secondary schools. Dr. Jarkko Suhonen, Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF.
  12. Mithlesh Kumar Jha, Nepal, ICT to transform education for rural development of Nepal. Dr. Jarkko Suhonen, Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF; Dr. Silvia Gaiani, University of Bologna.
  13. Alsen Florian Kapinga, Tanzania, Ubiquitous learning: Empowering women entrepreneurs in Tanzania through mobile technologies. Dr. Calkin Suero Montero, Prof. Markku Tukiainen; Dr. Esther Mbise, College of Business Education, Tanzania.
  14. Sandhya Kode, India, Enhancing education: Study of factors influencing employability of IT graduates in India. Dr. Mikko Apiola, Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF.
  15. Emmanuel Awuni Kolog, Ghana, Contextualized e-counseling services. Prof. Erkki Sutinen; Prof. Marjatta Vanhalakka-Ruoho, Dr. Calkin Suero Montero, Prof. Markku Tukiainen.
  16. Markku Kääriäinen, Finland, The development of pedagogical teaching and learning quality in online VisCoS studies. Dr. Jarkko Suhonen, UEF; Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF.
  17. Mikko Laamanen, Finland, Development of theatre robotics and evaluating its learning impact. Dr. Ilkka Jormanainen; Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF.
  18. John Loewen, Canada, Providing an ICT framework for creating authentic learning objects for indigenous learners. Prof. Kinshuk, Athabasca University, Canada; Dr. Jarkko Suhonen, Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF.
  19. Mzomwe Yahya Mazana, Tanzania, Technology in education: Impact assessment of ICT developments in higher education in Tanzania. Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF; Dr. Ilkka Jormanainen, UEF.
  20. Ezra Philemon Misaki, Tanzania, Information and Communication Technology for enhancing the small scale farming community. The case of Chamwino district, Dodoma, Tanzania. Dr. Mikko Apiola, Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF; Dr. Silvia Gaiani, University of Bologna.
  21. Nasibu Rajabu Mramba, Tanzania, Transforming street vending business using mobile technologies in Tanzania. Dr. Mikko Apiola, Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF; Dr. Michael Haule, College of Business Education, Tanzania.
  22. Godfrey Isaac Mwandosya, Tanzania, Developing on demand services for business environment in Tanzania. Dr. Calkin Suero Montero, Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF; Esther Mbise, College of Business Education, Tanzania.
  23. Nkundwe Moses Mwasaga, Tanzania, Ethno supercomputing. Dr. Mikko Apiola, Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF; Prof. Mike Joy, University of Warwick
  24. Veronica Omeni, UK, Developing cultural awareness and intercultural communication skills through on-line interaction and instructional web-based technology in an educational context. Prof. Markku Tukiainen, Dr. Calkin Suero Montero, UEF; Prof. Lorenzo Cantoni, Universita della Svizerra italiana, Switzerland.
  25. Gospel Oparaocha, Nigeria, Inter-firm networks and entrepreneurship innovations in the Nigerian ICT sector: Stories of ICT enabled open innovation platform in emerging markets context. Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF; Dr. Mikko Rajala, Confidante Ltd.
  26. Josephat O. Oroma, Uganda, Improving programming education in a developing country: A case of Tumaini University - Iringa. Prof. Markku Tukiainen, Dr. Ilkka Jormanainen, UEF.
  27. Solomon Sunday Oyelere, Nigeria, Mobile learning platform to learn ICT/programming at university level. Dr. Jarkko Suhonen, Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF.
  28. Vasileios Paliktzoglou, Greece, Social media in higher education - experiences from authentic learning settings. Dr. Jarkko Suhonen; Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF.
  29. Geetha Paulmani, India, Lean research culture: Measurement, analysis, and revltalization of processes and outcomes of contemporary research practices. Prof. Kinshuk, Prof. Vive Kumar; Athabasca University; Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF.
  30. Veruscha Pelser-Carstens, South Africa. Developlemnt of a board game for teaching Entrepreneurial Law in Accounting Education. Dr. Carolina Islas Sedano, Ubium Ltd; Prof. Seugnet Blignaut, North-West University; Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF.
  31. Joel Rumanyika, Tanzania, Improving street vendors' market expansion through mobile technologies: A strategy in Tanzanian environment. Dr. Mikko Apiola; Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF.
  32. Pasi Silander, Finland, Learning objects - from the pedagogical definition to the design model. Prof. Markku Tukiainen, Dr. Ilkka Jormanainen, UEF.
  33. Christoph Scheib, Germany, Business Information Management in media industries across various business activities. Prof. Artur Lugmayr, Curtin University, Australia; Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF.
  34. Brian Stewart, Canada, Ecominic and sustainability growth factors of online learning. Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF; Prof. Kinshuk, Athabasca University, Canada.
  35. Pham Cong Thien, Vietnam, Improving teaching of programming at Faculty of Information Technology, Nong Lam University, Vietnam. Dr. Jarkko Suhonen, Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF; Associate Prof. Quan Thanh Tho, Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology.
  36. Tapani Toivonen, Finland. Internet of Things and unsupervised machine learning: An empirical modelling approach. Dr. Ilkka Jormanainen, UEF,Prof. Markku Tukiainen,
  37. Richard Tortorella, Canada, Generic platform for adaptive context-aware expert systems. Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF; Prof. Kinshuk, Prof. Vive Kumar, Athabasca University, Canada.
  38. Hongxin Yan, Canada. Build a personalized online course design model based on differentiated instruction principles and practices. Prof. Markku Tukiainen, UEF; Prof. Kinshuk, Dr. Cindy Ives, Athabasca University, Canada.

 

Education

  1. Serkan Baykusoglu, UK, Transforming education through technology-enhanced learning: The use of Tablet PCs in secondary education and the impact on learning and teaching. Prof. Kati Mäkitalo-Siegl, UEF.
  2. Amor Jebali, Tunisia, The impact of Web2.0 technologies and blended learning on learner autonomy and collaboration among undegraduate Tunisian EFL students. Prof. Pertti Väisänen; Dr. Teemu Valtonen, UEF.
  3. Markku Kotoaro, Finland, Knowledge Management on solutions and services in the project and process oriented intelligent organization. Prof. Päivi Atjonen, UEF.
  4. Elena Koukonidou, Cyprus, Blended learning as a method for the development of critical literacy in elementary schools: An empirical research in Greek language lesson. Prof. Kati Mäkitalo-Siegl, UEF..
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