+ POSTGRADUATE SYMPOSIUM OBJECTIVES AND AGENDA+

SEPTEMBER 14th 2020

SAICSIT2020 Postgraduate Symposium
Venue: This virtual symposium's  presentations will take place on Zoom.

SAICSIT 2020 welcomes all the Master’s and Doctoral students to the postgraduate symposium.
The primary objective of the symposium is to offer students the opportunity to:
• Present their research to peers and experienced supervisors in a collegial and helpful environment
• Meet “virtually” students in other disciplines
• Explore the possibility of research synergies across disciplines
• Be rewarded for excellence 

+ POSTGRADUATE SYMPOSIUM AGENDA +

Time

Activity

Owner

08:30-08:40

Welcome Note

Mourine Achieng

08:40-09:20

IPID information session

Dr Samuel Mwapwele

­09:20- 12:50

Student Presentations   Facilitator: Mourine Achieng

 

PRESENTATION TITLE

PRESENTER

09:20-09:35

A prediction Model for infectious diseases outbreak: an ensemble of machine learning, big climate data, and indigenous knowledge

Maingosinathi Phoobane

09:40-09:55

A machine learning based channel selection model for a multi-channel messaging customer alert system

Olusola Salami

10:00-10:15

A conceptual framework to assess territorial context for smart city readiness in small and rural municipalities

Nkhangweni Mashau

10:20-10:35

Analysis of the relationship between governance of enterprise information technology and strategic business IT alignment using COBIT5

Martha Fiseha

10:40-10:55

Application of big climate data in infectious disease surveillance: Case of Malaria in Southern Africa

Modiehi Meshake

11:00-11:10

COFFEE BREAK

11:10-12:50

Student Presentations   Facilitator: Dr Samuel Mwapwele

 

PRESENTATION TITLE

11:10-11:25

A conceptual model for phishing Awareness: A South African study

Amanda Coetzee

11:30-11:45

Using Semantic-web ontology framework to develop an ITSM system in supporting outsourcing business process in South Africa

Oluwatosin Bamigboye

11:50-12:05

A model for multimodal biometric selection within the drivers licensing centres in South Africa

Elisa Maeko

12:10-12:25

Waste data as a commodity to integrate waste pickers into the formal waste management system

Paul Stemment

12:30-12:45

Open government data support on employment opportunities and reduction of skill shortage among youth in Gauteng

Vincent Masavah

12:50 -13:20 

LUNCH BREAK

13:20-15:30

Student Presentations     Facilitator: Mourine Achieng

13:20-13:35

Representing automatically generated explanatory hypotheses

Teriza Wanyana

13:40-13:55

An evaluation of components of a career choice recommender framework for university undergraduates’ students

Nosipho Mavuso

14:00-14:15

Transfer learning and its effectiveness on facial emotion classifier

Christine Asaju

14:20-14:35

Facial Emotion Recognition using temporal relational Network

Anil Pise

14:40-14:55

DBCI: The development and pilot implementation of a mobile application to decrease occupational sitting through goal setting and social comparison

Moipone Tsaoane

15:00-15:15

INTERVAL

15:15-15:30

BEST PRESENTATION AWARD CEREMONY

15:30-15:40

CLOSING

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