Engr. Ifeanyi Cosmas Nwakanma


Engr. Ifeanyi Cosmas Nwakanma

Lecturer II

Email: Ifenayi.nwakanma@futo.edu.ngfraircos@yahoo.com; profcosmas@gmail.com;




12005Nwakanma I.C.Problem Solver Series: MathematicsFirst Edition, Diac Solutions Limited. Agege Lagos State, Nigeria76 pages Booklet
2November 2009Nwakanma I.C.ATM transactions and fraud detection in E-payment of Nigerian Banks.The Lumen, Issue 2. St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church Journal, FUTO.46-47
3August 2010Ogbonna A.C.,  Buliaminu K., Nwakanma I.C., Amechi R and Ogbonna I.U.The strategic  view of project performance: “delineating the project manager’s professional responsibility”Proceeding of the Second International Conference on Construction in Developing Countries (Cairo, Egypt). August 3-5, 2010. Accepted abstract on page 3of book of abstract, serial number 73, code NG 071021-1028
4December 2011Eze U.F., Ikeogu C., Iwuh C.F and Nwakanma I.C.Review of potential applications of GIS and weather forecasting to challenge climate hazards in developing countries: Nigeria as a case studyInternational Journal of Development Digest, Vol ¾ special December edition. Published in USA.www.developmentdigest.com32-50
5April 2012Otuonye A.I., Nwakanma I.C., and Nwokonkwo Obi.An E-Governance model for Imo state Nigeria.International Journal of the Trans-African University and Research Development Network (IJTAURDN). Vol 1, no 1. ISSN 978-48973-3-1.www.iiersd-research.org122-136
6December 2012Nwakanma I.C.; Asiegbu B.C. and Amadi E.C.Quantitative analysis of factors  affecting teledensity growth in NigeriaMicrowave International Journal of Science and Technology, Vol.3 No 1.ISSN:1116-5391. www.mijstedu.com25-35
7November 2012Asiegbu B.C.; Nzotta S.M.; Nwakanma I.C.Assessment of drivers of teledensity growth in NigeriaResearch report submitted to the Federal University of Technology Owerri Imo State Nigeria. Sponsored by ETF  Institution-Based Research59 pages
8April 2013Amadi E.C., Ndukwe G.I. and Nwakanma I.C.The Model of Unified Human Resource Management Application for Tertiary Institutions on the CloudInternational Journal of Science and Research, www.ijsr.net, Volume 2, Issue 4. ISSN: 2319-7064334-341
9August 2013Nwakanma I.C., Ogbonna A.C., Onwumere E.C. and Njoku P.C.Security Threats in Nigeria: Digital Image Processing as a PanaceaInternational Journal For Engineering Sciences and Research Technology, India. www.ijesrt.com. Volume 2 Issue 82153-2162
10September, 2013Ogbonna A.C.; Nwakanma I.C. and Njoku P.C.Impact Of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) On Project Design: Empirical Approach


West African Journal of Industrial and Academic Research. ISSN: 2276-9129, Vol.8No.1, September 30, 2013.www.wajiaredu.com. Indexed by AJOL. www.ajol.info (Technology, Computer science and engineering)214-243
11October, 2013Ubani E.C.and Nwakanma I.C.The effectiveness of Maintenance Policies for Cellular System Infrastructure ProjectInternational Journal of Scientific Engineering and Technology. www.ijset.com. Volume 2. Issue 10.953-960
12September, 2013Nwakanma I.C, Asiegbu B.C. and Ogbonna A.C. and Njoku P.C.Factors Affecting Successful Implementation of Information
Technology Projects: Experts’ Perception
European Scientific Journal (ESJ).

University of Azores,  Portugal


13November 2013Asiegbu B.C and Nwakanma I.C.ATM adoption and diffusion theory in selected banks in OwerriUniversity of Mauritius Research journalAccepted for publication
14February 2014Nwakanma I.C., Asiegbu B.C., Eze U.F. and Dibia O.A.A Critical Appraisal of The Telecommunications Industry and Economic Growth in Nigeria.World Journal of Globalization and Technology Development. Vol.1 No.1


15May 2014Nwakanma I., Oluigbo I. and  Okpala I.Text- to- Speech Synthesis (TTS)International Journal of Research in Information Technology (www.ijrit.com) Volume 2, Issue 5154-163
16July 2014Nwakanma I.C., Ubani E.C, Asiegbu B.C and Nwokonkwo O.C.Factors Affecting the Adoption of ICT in

the Hospitality Industry in Imo State

International Journal of Computer Science Issues.

http://www.ijcsi.org/contents.php?volume=11&&issue=4. Volume 11, Issue 4

17September 2014Nwakanma I.C., Ubani E.C, Asiegbu B.C and Ngene S.C.Total Quality Management: A Critical Component for Effective Delivery of

Manufacturing Project


International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Technology (ISSN: 2277-1581)

Volume No.3 Issue No.9, pp: 1160-1166 1 Sep 2014

18September 2014Oluigbo I., Nwakanma I.C, Roland J., Nwachukwu N, Ujunwa A and Ndanike P.A review of Data Mining as a Tool for Organization’s Growth and ProductivityInternational Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing (IJCSMC) – ISSN: 2320-088X. Volume 3, Issue 9, pp: 284-290. www.ijcsmc.com284-290



19September 2014Egonu J.C., NwakanmaI.C., Akhigbe J., Nnadi E.C., Eke C.M., Ohia N and Osuagwu V.ASingle Pattern Matching: Applications in Forensic Data Analysis.International Journal of Research in Information Technology (IJRIT). ISSN: 2001-5569. Volume 2, Issue 9, pp472-477. www.ijrit.com472-477
20September 2014Nwakanma I.C., Ukeoma P.E., Amadi L.C., Jibiri E.J., Anosike C.C. and Akpabio N.O.Improved Business Decisions: The Role of Data Mining, OLAP, OLTP and Data Warehousing.International Journal of Research in Information Technology (IJRIT). ISSN: 2001-5569. Volume 2, Issue 9, pp 715-722. www.ijrit.com715-722
21November, 2014Nwakanma I.C.Taking Advantage of ICT for Youth Empowerment in NigeriaPaper delivered at Maiden Youth Conference held at St. Helen’s Catholic Church IreteOwerri Imo State. 24th– 30th November 2014
22June 2015Nwakanma I.C.,  Etus C., Ajere I.U. and Agomuo U.G.Online Bus Ticket Reservation SystemIIARD-International Journal of Computer Science and Statistics, Vol.1 No2, PP 1-17. www.iiardonline.org1-17
23June 2015Asiegbu B.C., Ohuabunwa A.E., Nwakanma I.C., and Ezeh G.N.Assessment of Factors Affecting Quality of Service of Cellular Mobile Network Operators in Nigeria for the Period 2010-2014IIARD-International Journal of Engineering and Modern Technology, Vol.1 No2, PP 1-11. www.iiardonline.org1-11
24September, 2015Nwakanma I.C., Awah J.E., Asiegbu B.C. and Eheduru G.C.Factors Affecting The Achievement of Gender Equity and Equality in Information TechnologyInternational Conference on the goals of Arts, Social Sciences and Technology. Organised by the Directorate of General Studies, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigeria.61-62
252017Nwakanma I.C., Njoku C.E., Nwokonkwo O.C., Oguzie C.J.O. and Njoku PP.C.Factors Influencing the Involvement of Women in Technology Programmes in Nigerian Universities(Case Study of Federal University of Technology Owerri)International Conference on Gender Responsiveness for Capacity Building in a Depressed Economy. Organized by the Gender Studies Association of Nigeria (GSAN). Venue: Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education Owerri30 of book of Abstract



October 1, 2016:  Lecturer II

2016/2017 Academic Session 

2016/2017 Academic Session, FUTO, lecturing the following courses: IMT 201 (Introduction to Information Technology), IMT 411(Remote Sensing Technology), IMT 303 (Introduction to Telecommunication Technology), IMT 202 (Data Structure and Algorithm), IMT 318 (Business Telecommunication), IMT 508 (Systems Evaluation and Implementation), ENS 301 (Entrepreneurship and Innovation) and ENS 302 (Business Creation and Growth).

October 23, 2012 –September 30, 2016:  Assistant Lecturer

2013/2014 – 2015/2016 Academic Session, FUTO, assisted in lecturing the following courses: IMT 411(Remote Sensing Technology), IMT 309 (Internet Technology), IMT 507 (Software Development), IMT 202 (Data Structure and Algorithm), IMT 318 (Business Telecommunication), IMT 508 (Systems Evaluation and Implementation), ENS 301 (Entrepreneurship and Innovation) and ENS 302 (Business Creation and Growth).

July 31, 2006 –April 20, 2009:  Banking Assistant and Senior Banking Assistant

First Bank of Nigeria PLC Owerri Imo State:  Senior Banking Assistant (SBA) July 31, 2006 to April 20, 2009; Worked across various departments such as Cash, Accounts and Clearing, Clearing Representative to Owerri Clearinghouse of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Marketing, Administrative department, ATM deployment and finally Head of Customer Service unit. I rose from Banking Assistant to Senior Banking Assistant within eighteen (18) months of employment due to exceptional performance in cost cut strategy.

Supervision of about thirteen (38) undergraduate projects

Driving the Culture of Excellence