Kalyankolo Zaina

Kalyankolo Zaina
Teaching Staff
Assistant Lecturer ~

Job Title and Affiliation

Assistant Lecturer and Undergraduate Project Co-ordinator, Electrical and Electronics Department, FAST, Mbarara University of Science and Technology, Mbarara Uganda

Research Interests:

My main research interest centers on modern spectrum management techniques. From determining the level of actual spectrum utilization through spectrum occupancy measurements to the analysis of such data and developing models that can predict the future status of allocated channels Signal Processing, Renewable Energies, Microwaves, Radar Systems, Nano Technology.


Masters in Telecommunication Systems, University of Science and Technology Houari Boumediene, Algeria, 2012-2014

Bachelors in Electrical and Electronics Engineering University of Science and Technology Houari Boumediene, Algeria, 2009-2012

Certificate in French Language University of Algiers 2008 – 2009

Key Technical Skills:

MATLAB, C & C++ Programming, Communication System Simulation of Key Mobile Technologies, Spectrum Data Analysis &MCS Spectrum Analyzer Software, VHDL & HTML

Microsoft Office Suite&Computer Troubleshooting

ADS (ADVANCED DESIGN SYSTEMS, PSIM, ISIS & PORTEUS, CSS, Cisco CCNA and system, Component Linux based operating systems, LAN/WAN design, and support, Fiber optics technologies


Assistant Lecturer in Electrical and Electronics Engineering department, Mbarara University of Science and Technology January 2021 to date

Lecturer and Associate Dean in School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Kampala International University

July 2016 – January 2021.

Lecturer in Engineering Department, Mutesa1 Royal University January 2015 – December 2017

Selected Publications:

Stephen Ndubusi Nnamchi, O.D.Sanya, K.Zaina and Vicent Gabrrial, (Sept 2018). Development of dynamic thermal input models for simulation of photovoltaic generators. International Journal of Ambient Energy DOI: 10.1080/01430750.2018.1517676

K.Zaina, sulaiman sani, Theophilus Ekpa and Abdrrahuman, (May 2019). On Improving Power Supply Flexibility J of NAMP. Journal of Mathematics Physics 48 347-352

Language skills

English, French, Arabic, Swahili, Luganda

Contact Details

EMAIL:zynak208@gmail.com, zkalyankolo@must.ac.ug