Dr. Dina Machuve

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Dina Machuve is a Lecturer and Researcher at the Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST) in Arusha, Tanzania. She holds a PhD in Information and Communication Science and Engineering from NM-AIST in 2016, and a MS in Electrical Engineering from Tennessee Technological University (TTU), USA in 2008 and BSc Electrical Engineering degree from University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) in 2001.

She co-organizes the Data Science Africa (DSA), an organization that runs an annual data science and machine learning summer school and workshop in Africa. She is a member of a research group on Mechanism Design for Social Good (MDSG). Her research interests are data science, bioinformatics, agriculture informatics on food value chains and STEM education in schools.

  • Mambile, C., Machuve D. and Moebs, S. User experience of a web-based platform for poultry market linkages in Tanzania. International Journal of Advanced Technology and Engineering Exploration, 5(49):495-503, 2018.
  • Wambura, W. M., Machuve, D., Nyaknen, P. (2017). Development of Discharge Letter Module onto a Hospital Information System. Journal of Health Informatics in Developing Countries, 11(2).
  • Monko, G. J., Kalegele, K., & Machuve, D. (2017). Web Services for Transform- ing e- Cultural Heritage Management in Tanzania. I.J. Information Technology and Computer Science, 12, 52-63
  • Betuel, S., Machuve, D., & Kalegele, K. (2017). An Experiment to Analyze Performance of Virtual Private Network Approach to Information Exchange between Health Facilities. Applied Medical Informatics, 39(1-2), 21-29.
  • Khalfan Ramadhani, Dina Machuve, Kennedy Jomanga. Identification and analysis of factors in management of banana fungal diseases: Case of Sigatoka (Mycosphaerella fi- jiensis. Mulder) and Fusarium (Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cubense (Foc) diseases in Arumeru District. J. Bio. Env. Sci. 11(1), 69-75, July 2017
  • D. Machuve, E. Mjema, L. Trojer, I. Zlotnikova, Conceptual Model of Informa- tion Logistics in Value Chain Analysis of Food Processing SMEs in Tanzania, Journal of Mathematical and Computational Science, Vol 5, No 4 (2015), 517- 537


  • Cesilia Mambile, “A Web Based Forum for Reliable Market Linkage between Poultry Farmers and Potential Buyers in Tanzania”
  • Geofrey Rweikiza, “Reducing Fragmentation in sharing of Information in E-medical Recording Systems: Case of Open MRS and Care2X”
  • Victor Mero, “Sanger Sequence Automatic Analysis Tool Development”
  • Lilian Mkonyi, “A Model for Early Identification of Tomato Plant Damages caused by Tuta Absoluta”
  • Sophia Sanga, “Development of an Early Detection Tool for Banana Diseases”
  • Asiimwe Patrick, “A Web-based Inventory, Mapping and Digitization of Ornamental Plants and Flowers”
  • Angelica Kayanda, “Data Visualization Tool for Student Dropouts in Tanzania”


  • Mathias Ombeni, “A Framework for Monitoring Quality of Fertilizer in Supply Chain in Tanzania”
  • Neema Mduma, “Data-driven Approach for Predicting Student Dropout in Secondary Schools”
  • Sarah Nyanjara, “Integrated Quality Measurement Framework for Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health Services in Tanzania”
  • Sadiki Kusyama, “Development of Information Dissemination Framework for Fisheries Stakeholders in Tanzania”

Masters Alumni

  • Gloriana Monko, Development of an E-Cultural Heritage Portal for Improving Acquisition and Accessibility of Cultural Heritage Infromation: A Case study of Tanzania, 2017.
  • Khalfan Ramadhani, An Early Warning System for Enhancing Management of Banana Fungal Diseases: Case of Arumeru District, Arusha Region, 2017.
  • Siphael Betuel, Development of a VPN-based Approach for Improving Access to and Sharing of Patient’s Records across Health Facilities in Tanzania, 2017.
  • Wambura Wambura, Development of Discharge Letter Module onto Care2X Hospital Information System, 2017.

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