WACREN e-Research Hackfest

chaired by Roberto Barbera (University of Catania), Owen Iyoha (Eko-Konnect), Omo Oaiya (WACREN), Benjamin Aribisala (Lagos State University)
from to (Africa/Lagos)
at Lagos
Lagos State University - Department of Computer Science - Ojo - Lagos
Description

In recognition of the need for the community to acquire the necessary skills to support the promotion of open and reproducible scientific research, WACREN will host a 10-day e-research hackfest in Lagos, Nigeria.

The event is supported by the European Commission through WACREN participation in the Horizon 2020 Sci-GaIA and AfricaConnect2 projects.

Background
The main objective of the hackfest is to integrate scientific use cases through a pervasive adoption of web technologies and standards and make them available to their end users through Science Gateways (entities connected to distributed computing, data and services of interest to the Community of Practice the end users belong to).

Institutions and applicants from the region who couldn’t participate in the Sci-GaIA e-Research Summer Hackfest which took place at the University of Catania, Italy in July 2016 now have the opportunity to do so closer to home and are invited to apply.

Venue and dates
The hackfest will take place on 21-30 November 2016 at the Lagos State University (Department of Computer Science), Ojo, Lagos.

Selected candidates' checklists

In order to ensure that the selected candidates are ready at the start of the hackfest, we've prepared a series of checklists for the hackfest. These should be done before coming to Lagos. 

Participants Checklists

Material:
Support Email: summer-school@sci-gaia.eu
Go to day
  • Monday, 21 November 2016
    • 07:30 - 08:30 Breakfast 1h0'
    • 08:30 - 09:00 Registration and badging of participants 30'
    • 09:00 - 09:30 Welcome addresses
      • 09:00 Welcome address of the Vice Chancellor of the Lagos State University 15'
      • 09:15 Hackfest Aims and Objectives 15'
        Speaker: Omo Oaiya (WACREN - Ghana)
    • 09:30 - 10:00 The Sci-GaIA project and introduction to the hackfest 30'
      This lecture presents the Sci-GaIA project and introduces the WACREN e-Research Hackfest.
      Speaker: Roberto Barbera (University of Catania - Italy)
      Material: Slides link The Sci-GaIA Open Science Platform link The Sci-GaIA Service Catalogue link The Sci-GaIA Training & Education Material link
    • 10:00 - 11:00 Patterns in e-Science Applications 1h0'
      The hackfest brings together researchers and infrastructure service developers, in order to bring new applications to bear in scientific research. But what resources will be available to deploy these applications on in a production environment ? And what aspects of applications make for good practice, and for bad practice ? 
      Using Design Patterns as an analogy, we investigate patterns in grid and cloud infrastructure usage, data management and application development - but also patterns in research, such as Open Science and FAIR data. 
      Identifying patterns and anti-patterns in e-Research application development will help the participants' use cases become more robust, deployable and reliable. 
      Speaker: Bruce Becker (CSIR - South Africa)
      Material: Slides link
    • 11:00 - 11:30 Coffee break
    • 11:30 - 13:00 The FutureGateway framework
      In this section will be first introduced the FutureGateway (FG) framework, described each of its components and explained how they work together. During the presentation will be also covered some security considerations related to the Science Gateway membership handling using as point of reference the standard baseline AAI mechanism provided by the standard FG installation and how to modify it to switch between already existing AAI mechanisms. The FutureGateway provides also a complete set of REST APIs to manage distributed computing resources, which will be briefly described.
      Convener: Riccardo Bruno (INFN - Italy)
      Material: FG API Server Daemon code link FG API Server code link FG API specification link FG Portal Setup code link FG documentation link Slides link
    • 13:00 - 14:00 Lunch break
    • 14:00 - 15:30 The FutureGateway framework - warm up
      In this hands-on section participants will be provided with examples of how to use FutureGateway APIs to submit and monitor jobs as well as to retrieve their output upon completion. REST calls will be done using the curl command, the postman tool and some PHP code.
      Convener: Mario Torrisi (University of Catania - Italy)
      Material: Examples of FutureGateway API usage link Examples' code repository link
    • 15:30 - 16:00 Coffee break
    • 16:00 - 17:30 The gLibrary framework 1h30'
      In this presentation, we introduce gLibrary 2.0, a platform that permits to create REST APIs over existing databases or new datasets. It supports both relational and non-relational (i.e. schema-less) datasets. It also provides data storage services to Grid and Cloud (OpenStack-based) Storage Servers. After a general overview and the architecture, we will show live how to create a new repository, importing data collections from an existing database, creating new collections from scratch, make queries and use replicas/attachments to handle file transfers.
      Speaker: Antonio Calanducci (INFN)
      Material: Slides link Tutorial link Video lecture link Video live demo link
  • Tuesday, 22 November 2016
    • 09:00 - 10:00 The gLibrary Framework - warm up 1h0'
      In this hands-on section participants will be provided with examples of how to use gLibraru APIs. REST calls will be done using the curl command and/or the postman tool.
      Speaker: Mario Torrisi (University of Catania - Itaky)
    • 10:00 - 11:00 Programmatic interaction with Open Access Repositories
      In this section we will introduce the concept of Digital Asset Management System and talk about the programmatic interaction with Open Access Repositories (based on Invenio). Thenl, we will show how submit different types of resource manually through the repository. After that, we will start with the programmatic interaction with Open Access Repository through the use of APIs for data searching, downloading and uploading. We will have a brief look at the MARCXML tags.  At the end, we will see how to interact with the Open Access Repository using the OAI-PMH standard protocol and how to provide authorship to research products stored on an Open Access Repository.
      Convener: Roberto Barbera (University of Catania)
      Material: Slides link Video tutorial link
    • 11:00 - 11:30 Coffee break
    • 11:30 - 12:30 Programmatic interation with Open Access Repository - warm up 1h0'
      In this hand-on section participants will be provided with examples of how to use Invenio RESTful APIs to interact with an Open Access Repository. REST calls will be done using the curl command and/or some PHP code.
      Speaker: Mario Torrisi (University of Catania)
      Material: Examples of OAR API usage link Examples of documents for web submission link
    • 12:30 - 13:00 Scientific use cases supported by the Sci-GaIA project 30'
      In this section we will report on the implementation status of each of the use cases selected for the past hackfests and supported thereafter. We will underly their scientific and social relevance and briefly describe the tools and the technologies adopted. 
      Speaker: Mario Torrisi (University of Catania - Italy)
      Material: Slides link The PHG portal link The PHG portal code repository link
    • 13:00 - 14:00 Lunch break
    • 14:00 - 14:30 Investigating a Science Gateway for an agent-based simulation application using Repast 30'
      The Repast-infection-model is an example of an Agent-Based Simulation Infection Model implemented in the well-known Repast Simphony agent-based simulation toolkit. Agent-based simulation is a highly useful technique that allows individuals and their behaviours to be represented as they interact over time. This means that, with appropriate data, agent-based simulation can be used to study various socio-medical phenomena such as the spread of disease and infection in a population.
      In this section we will show how a science gateway could support the study of the spread  of disease or infection in a population. As well as having direct healthcare application, it can also be used in the field of health economics to study the cost effectiveness of various infection preventive strategies.
      Speaker: Adedeji Fabiyi (Brunel University London - UK)
      Material: Slides link The Infection Model (parallel) code repository link The Infection Model (sequential) code repository link The Infection Model portlet link
    • 14:30 - 15:30 The MIPAR portal 1h0'
      The Medical Image Processor and Repository (MIPAR) is an e-Infrastructure that contains image repository and image processing tools. The image repository lets users share their images with other researchers. They can upload their images so that others can have access to them and they can also download any image from the repository at no cost. The image processing tools give users the opportunity to process their images on a Distributed Computing Infrastructure. 
      In this section we present the portal and its functionalities and we will show and discuss the code used to interact with the various e-Infrastructure services (FutureGateway, Open Access Repository, Identity Federation, etc.)
      Speakers: Benjamin Aribisala (Lagos State University - Nigeria), Olusola Olabanjo (Lagos State University - Nigeria)
      Material: Introductory presentation link Technical presentation link The MIPAR portal link
    • 15:30 - 16:00 Coffee break
    • 16:00 - 17:00 Breast cancer computer aided opinion with WEKA 1h0'
      In this section we present the portlet that has been developed to integrate the Waikato Environment for Knowledge Analysis (WEKA) collection of machine learning algorithms for data mining tasks in the Africa Grid Science Gateway. 
      We will show the functionalities of the application and we will show and discuss the code used to interact with the various e-Infrastructure services (FutureGateway, Open Access Repository, etc.).
      Speaker: Mario Torrisi (University of Catana - Italy)
      Material: Slides link The WEKA portlet link The WEKA portlet code repository link
  • Wednesday, 23 November 2016
    • 08:30 - 10:50 Presentation of use cases and their implementation stategies
      • 08:30 Education e-Library and MOOC Platform 20'
        Ethiopian Education Roadmap Project is a research project that studies about the current education system ranging from pre-school to the tertiary education. Until now, comprehensive literature reviews are conducted and hundreds of artifacts have been analyzed. The huge documents collected during this study process need to be turned into an e-library that will eventually be utilized as an African Education Library comprising of research publications, books, journals and other related materials. The e-library will be based on a clone of the Sci-GaIA Open Access Repository and each artifacts will be assigned a DOI in order to ensure citability and authorship (this through the connection with ORCID – http://orcid.org). The e-library will be also exposing an OAI-PMH endpoint and a RESTful API endpoint to allow automatic harvesting of metadata by machines. The use case also includes the installation and customization of a web based environment for MOOCs, the MOOCs platform, the Sci-Gaia Online Courses server (http://courses.sci-gaia.eu), based on OpenEdx, will be considered.
        Speakers: Behailu Osro (Education Strategy Center, Addis Ababa - Ethiopia), Yoseph Abate (EthERNet - Ethiopia)
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
      • 08:50 Addis Ababa Rivers and Riversides Monitoring System 20'
        Rivers in Addis Ababa have suffered an incessant degradation for so many years that they ended up as waste disposal bins and sewers. The need to revitalize the rivers and riversides within the city has been a priority for the Addis Ababa City Government for quite some time. Currently, researchers for the fields of Environmental Protection, Biology and Urban Planning are engaged in studying the current statuses of all rivers and riversides and follow-up their conditions in the years to come. The data acquisition, analysis and reporting need to be automated using mobile and web applications. For this purpose, I have volunteered to build a mobile and web application in order to assist these researchers whose study eventually help the City Government make a proper decision concerning the rivers and riversides. During this Lagos Hackfest, I have planned to complete the web application and the backend database.
        Speaker: Yoseph Abate (EthERNet - Ethiopia)
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
      • 09:10 An Adaptable e-Service Communication Model for Rural Agricultural Extension (e-AgriSERVICOMM) 20'
        Agricultural extension finds itself at a time of crisis. Many of today's agricultural extension services are suffering under bureaucratic centralised management structures. Squeezed by decentralization policies, diminishing public funds and the privatization of public services, they are urgently in need of change. The design is to come up with communication model using mobile technology to reinvent agricultural extension to improve the kind of information that is being disseminated to farmers. 
        Speakers: Olutayo Ajayi (Federal University of Agriculture - Nigeria), Oluwaseyi Babarinde (Federal University of Agriculture - Nigeria)
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
      • 09:30 Development of a SGW-based Plant Tissue Culture Micropropagation Yield Forecasting Application, Plantisc2 20'
        Plant tissue culture is a collection of techniques used to maintain or grow plant cells, tissues or organs under sterile conditions on a nutrient culture medium of known composition. Plant tissue
        culture is widely used to produce clones of a plant in a method known as micropropagation. During the UNESCO-HP Brain Gain Initiative (BGI) project (2009-2013), the University of Nigeria team conducted series of plant tissue culture experiments and developed a stand-alone application, Plantisc. A Plant Tissue Culture micro propagation simulation software, which achieved over 67% predication accuracy whose result was published in a peer-reviewed journal.
        Speaker: Collins Udanor (University of Nigeria Nsukka - Nigeria)
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
      • 09:50 Valorization of Open Data Archive and Documentation of the University of Ibadan Research Metadata Platform 20'
        The University of Ibadan data archive and documentation (UI-NADA) platform (http://nada.ui.edu.ng/) was established in April 2015. It signaled the piloting of a web-based open access metadata archiving and documentation of survey datasets in any Nigerian University. The UI-NADA has recorded phenomenal hits since it was launched. This phenomenal success is the motivating factor for the proposed project on the valorization of the research metadata platform. The valorization will avail end-users a more user-friendly platform with the incorporation of citation tracking through digital object identifier (DOI) and linkage to other open access repository (OAR) platforms, including social media platforms (Facebook and Twitter). It will enable more visibility and impact through the tracking, re-use and re-analysis of the research metadata.
        Speakers: Olawale Olayide (University of Ibadan - Nigeria), Abdulazeez Adelopo (University of Ibadan - Nigeria), Rising Osazuwa (University of Ibadan - Nigeria)
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
      • 10:10 ACEPRD Plant Repository 20'
        The Africa Centre of Excellence in Phytomedicine and Research Development (ACEPRD), University of Jos Nigeria has noticed a paradigm shift from traditional pharmaceuticals to plant derived medication in the treatment of diseases. This paradigm shift has led to a global demand for plant-derived medicines (phytomedicines) as a primary and complementary medical tool. Within the region, traditional medicine has not been fully integrated into the modern healthcare delivery system due to the following challenges such as the safety, efficacy and stability of traditional remedies have not been fully documented, Inadequate authentication, documentation and comprehensive database of flora in the sub region, Poor academia- industry relationship and so on. ACEPRD aims to overcome these challenges by developing the field of Phytomedicine that includes the development of ACEPRD Plant Repository to aid the integration of Phytomedicine research into the healthcare delivery system in the African sub-region.
        Speakers: David Oguche (ACEPRD, University of Jos - Nigeria), Uchechukwu Ohaeri (ACEPRD, University of Jos - Nigeria)
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
      • 10:30 A Near Real-Time Meteorological Data Depository for Atmospheric Research in Africa 20'
        Development of a remotely accessible meteorological data depository from an online server located at Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU). Using resources based on existing RENs this facility will allow researchers anywhere in the world to download reliable atmospheric data (in near real-time) from an array of low-cost automatic (and autonomous) weather stations to be deployed across Nigeria. This online database will be useful for the study of the atmospheric phenomena (regional climate modelling, aerosol loading and pollution, etc.).
        Speaker: Segun Oyeyiola (Obafemi Awolowo University - Nigeria)
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
    • 10:50 - 11:20 Coffe Break
    • 11:20 - 13:00 Presentation of use cases and their implementation stategies continued
      • 11:20 A framework for Large NGS data analysis: Metagenomics 20'
        Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) provides a lot of platforms to sequence DNA and samples at a cheaper and faster rate. Genomic research is benefiting from this, thus making various analysis and interpretations possible. Despite the benefits of NGS, large data handling is a challenge in the area of whole genome/exome sequencing. The analysis of this large data is complex and requires high performance computing (HPC) to remote users. Here, were describe a framework that uses HPC to address large NGS data processing, incomplete data (no sample metadata information) and reduce the task complexity. We use technologies from Sci-GaIA Open Science Platform to make this analysis available for remote users. This framework proposes to ease research in metagenomics and microbial diversity analysis.
        Speaker: Trust Odia (Covenant University, Bioinformatics Research Group - Nigeria)
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
      • 11:40 Development of an interactive pipeline for Genome wide Association study 20'
        The need for tailoring healthcare and treatment therapies to individual patients based on their genetic-makeup and other biological features is becoming more and more crucial in today’s clinical practice. Genome Wide Association Study (GWAS) has been applied extensively to uncover several variations and genes in our DNA that are related to different diseases, traits and clinical symptoms. However, a typical GWAS analysis requires the use of numerous complex commands, codes and analysis from different languages. This makes research projects complex and time consuming for researchers. GWAS also requires the use of large computing and storage resources to perform state of art data analysis, which might not be available for most developing country researchers. We aim to develop an e-infrastructure web application that will provide state-of-the art GWAS analysis to local researchers. Back-end Web technologies to be used include JSP for business logic, JAX-RS for programmatic access to web application, nextflow, a workflow language, Liferay, FutureGateway, gLibrary etc. This solution will make GWAS analysis easier to perform, by requiring limited understanding of the computational needs and from researchers. This will also allow researchers focus mainly on research problem and give better and intuitive biological interpretation to the results.
        Speakers: Oluwadamilare Falola (Covenant University Bioinformatics research, CUBRe - Nigeria), Taiwo Adigun (Covenant University, Department of Computer and Information Sciences - Nigeria)
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
      • 12:00 Drug Design, Discovery and Development Platform and Repository 20'
        Nnamdi Azikiwe University-Drug Design and Informatics Group (NAU-DDIG) has established a platform for finding new drug candidates from natural products, existing drugs or chemical databases. We have implemented our Computer Aided Drug Design (CADD) protocols and obtained published and some unpublished results for Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) such as ascariasis, Ebola virus disease, malaria, sickle cell disease and Shiga Toxin producing Escherichia coli (STEC) etc. We intend to design and develop a Drug Design, Discovery, Development Platform and Repository (D4PR). D4PR will be a web-based platform containing an integrated set of tools, applications, data repositories etc., which can be accessed via D4PR portal. We intend implementing the front-end of the proposed platform with HTML, CSS and JavaScript while incorporating Bootstrap technology. The back-end will be implemented using PHP scripting language, while integrating standard technologies such as FutureGateway, Open Access Repository, SAML and LDAP for authentication and authorization. The developed application will be hosted on an online web server ported to Africa Grid Science Gateway (AGSG) cloud computing e-infrastructure. Our platform will help to address the disease burdens, especially from NTDs, in Nigeria and Africa in general.
        Speakers: Ekene Ezeasor (Nnamdi Azikiwe University - Nigeria), Tochukwu Eze (Nnamdi Azikiwe University - Nigeria), Ikemefuna Uzochukwu (Nnamdi Azikiwe University - Nigeria)
        Material: Slides pdf file
      • 12:20 Web based predictive defuzzifier 20'
        Defuzzification is a method of converting  membership functions generated from linguistic variables into usable numerical values. Defuzzification is an important process in the fuzzy inference engine but in its present state, there are more than 50 (fifty) deffuzication method however, there are no methods to help known  method for linking a defuzzification method with a particular type of data. Our system will allow users to upload their data in .xls and .csv and get it processed by the defuzzifier, who would have predicted the best defuzzification method for the class of data recived. The systems build knowledge from the submitted data by learning and using it for training in other to perform better while processing similar data.The work will leverage on the the open science using FG, Kepler, OLAP cube to build the defuzzifier and use PHP for the front end to enable users upload data for processing.
        Speaker: Oluwatoyin Enikuomehin (Lagos State University - Nigeria)
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
      • 12:40 IBIS, A Framework For the Interoperability Of Bio-repository Information System In Africa 20'
        This solution tackles the challenges of data and information scarcity in the midst of abundance of biological data for research, especially in Africa. It is a rich Enterprise application with several imbued Java technologies in its architecture. It also implements ontology for the smooth integration of abstract knowledge models, and data mining algorithms for real time knowledge discovery and predictive decision making. Microsoft internationalization API will be used to make the system intelligibly adapt to various languages and regions without need for engineering changes. This system provides real time access to bio-specimens stored in isolated bio-repositories scattered all around Africa hereby enhancing collaboration, exchange of data, and aiding researchers in the genomic analysis of the samples as well as identifying new ways of preventing, diagnosing and treating diseases irrespective of their geographic locations.
        Speakers: Abayomi Mosaku (Covenant University, CUBRe - Nigeria), Boladele Akanle (Covenant University, CUBRe - Nigeria)
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
    • 13:00 - 14:00 Lunch break
    • 14:00 - 15:30 Presentation of use cases and their implementation stategies continued
      • 14:00 MIPAR extension 20'
        Medical images are used for clinical diagnosis, treatment and patient management. There are many methods of acquiring medical images and each technique has its own application area, strengths and weaknesses. The recent advancements in medical image analysis has given birth to image guided therapy, virtual reality and augmented reality, all these among other innovations have greatly improved health delivery, improved quality of life and also saved lives. The high cost of image acquisitions and limited availability of medical image analysts plus the need to share expertise amongst clinical experts have led to the development of Medical Image Processor and Repository (MIPAR). MIPAR is a web based tool which allows users to donate, download or process images. However, MIPAR does not have any module for statistical analysis. The aim of this project is to extend MIPAR to include statistical analysis. It is our hope that the proposed statistical features of MIPAR will allow users to get useful information from their data.
        Speaker:	Olusola Olabanjo (Lagos State University - Nigeria)
        Speaker: Olusola Olabanjo (Lagos State University - Nigeria)
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
    • 15:30 - 16:00 Coffee Break
    • 16:00 - 17:00 Brainstorming about use cases implementation continued 1h0'
  • Thursday, 24 November 2016
    • 09:00 - 17:00 Code development for use cases implementation
  • Friday, 25 November 2016
    • 09:00 - 17:00 Code development for use cases implementation
  • Saturday, 26 November 2016
    • 07:30 - 08:30 Breakfast
    • 08:30 - 11:00 Code development for use cases implementation 2h30'
    • 11:00 - 11:30 Coffee break
    • 11:30 - 13:00 Code development for use cases implementation 1h30'
    • 13:00 - 14:00 Lunch
    • 14:00 - 15:30 Use cases intermediate reports 1h30'
      Material: Slides powerpoint filedown arrow
    • 15:30 - 16:00 Coffee break
    • 16:00 - 17:00 Use cases intermediate reports 1h0'
      Material: Slides powerpoint filedown arrow
  • Sunday, 27 November 2016
    • 09:00 - 19:00 Free day
  • Monday, 28 November 2016
    • 09:00 - 17:00 Code development for use cases implementation
  • Tuesday, 29 November 2016
    • 09:00 - 17:00 Code development for use cases implementation
  • Wednesday, 30 November 2016
    • 08:30 - 11:00 Use cases final presentations
      • 08:30 Education e-Library and MOOC Platform - Final report 15'
        Speakers: Behailu Osro (Education Strategy Center Addis Ababa - Ethiopia), Abate Yoseph ((EthERNet - Ethiopia))
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
      • 08:45 Addis Ababa Rivers and Riversides Monitoring System - Final report 15'
        The final report of this use case is included in the presentation of the previous one in the agenda.
        Speakers: Yoseph Abate (EthERNet - Ethiopia), Behailu Osro (Education Stategy Center - Ethiopia)
      • 09:00 An Adaptable e-Service Communication Model for Rural Agricultural Extension (e-AgriSERVICOMM) - Final report 15'
        Speakers: Olutayo Ajayi (Federal University of Agriculture - Nigeria), Oluwaseyi Babarinde (Federal University of Agriculture - Nigeria)
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
      • 09:15 Development of a SGW-based Plant Tissue Culture Micropropagation Yield Forecasting Application, Plantisc2 - Final report 15'
        Speaker: Collins Udanor (University of Nigeria Nsukka - Nigeria)
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
      • 09:30 Valorization of Open Data Archive and Documentation of the University of Ibadan Research Metadata Platform - Final report 15'
        Speakers: Olayide Olawale (University of Ibadan - Nigeria), Abdulazeez Adelopo (University of Ibadan - Nigeria), Rising Osazuwa (University of Ibadan - Nigeria)
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
      • 09:45 ACEPRD Plant Repository - Final report 15'
        Speakers: David Oguche (ACEPRD, University of Jos - Nigeria), Uchechukwu Ohaeri (ACEPRD, University of Jos - Nigeria)
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
      • 10:00 A Near Real-Time Meteorological Data Depository for Atmospheric Research in Africa - Final report 15'
        Speaker: Segun Oyeyiola (Obafemi Awolowo University - Nigeria)
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
      • 10:15 A framework for Large NGS data analysis: Metagenomics - Final report 15'
        Speaker: Trust Odia (Covenant University, Bioinformatics Research Group - Nigeria)
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
      • 10:30 Development of an interactive pipeline for Genome wide Association study - Final report 15'
        Speakers: Oluwadamilare Falola (Covenant University Bioinformatics research, CUBRe - Nigeria), Taiwo Adigun (Covenant University, Department of Computer and Information Sciences - Nigeria)
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
      • 10:45 Drug Design, Discovery and Development Platform and Repository - Final report 15'
        Speakers: Ekene Ezeasor (Nnamdi Azikiwe University - Nigeria), Tochukwu Eze (Nnamdi Azikiwe University - Nigeria), Ikemefuna Uzochukwu (Nnamdi Azikiwe University - Nigeria)
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
    • 11:00 - 11:30 Break
    • 11:30 - 13:00 Use cases final presentations: Use Case Final Presentations, Presentation of Certificates and Closing Remarks from LASU VC
      • 11:30 Web based predictive defuzzifier - Final report 15'
        Speaker: Oluwatoyin Enikuomehin ((Lagos State University - Nigeria))
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
      • 11:45 IBIS, A Framework For the Interoperability Of Bio-repository Information System In Africa - Final report 15'
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
      • 12:00 MIPAR extension - Final report 15'
        Speaker: Olusola Olabanjo ((Lagos State University - Nigeria))
        Material: Slides powerpoint file
      • 12:15 Presentation of Certificates and Closing Remarks from LASU VC 45'
    • 13:00 - 14:00 Lunch
    • 14:00 - 16:00 Wrap Up 2h0'