University of Cape Coast

Elliot Kojo Attipoe holds an MSc in Information Management and Technology from Cranfield University (UK); BSc in Computer Science and Diploma in Computer Science from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University (Australia). He is an IT and Computer Science professional who specializes in teaching and researching computing and other technological related subjects.

Elliot is a commonwealth scholar and a member of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG), Ghana Science Association (GSA), Information Technology Association of Ghana (ITAG), Internet Society (ISOC) and National Association of Black Engineers (NSBE). He has over 13 years teaching experience at the tertiary level and teaches both undergraduate and postgraduate courses. He has passion for the classroom and is interested in impacting technological knowledge to whoever is ready to learn. He teach courses in object oriented programming, software engineering, computing fundamental and management information systems. His research interest include public wireless network security, smart grid networks, smart meter data analytics, smartphone sensing, M-Health and social media mining and network analysis.

Elliot is a chief examiner and an ICT item writer for the colleges of education. He is a member of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) institutional affiliation monitoring team. He also serve as a team leader and course tutor on the UCC’s postgraduate distance education programme.