Designation: Lecturer
Contact: 0720 955 821
School/Institute: Computer Science And Information Technology
Department: Computer Science
Email: gabriel.kamau@dkut.ac.ke

Academic Background

Qualification Institution Year
PhD. Computer Science Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology 2021
MSc. Computer Science Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology 2013
BSc. Computer Science Kenya Methodist University 2010

Areas of Expertise

  • Data Analytics
  • Database Systems
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Machine learning

Work Experience

  • April 2021 – To Date: Chairperson, Department of Computer Science
  • March 2017 – March 2021: Deputy Director, ICT Directorate – Dedan Kimathi University of Technology
  • September 2016 – March 2017: A.g Chairperson, Department of Information Technology
  • February 2016 to January 2017: Examination coordinator, Dedan Kimathi University of Technology
  • September 2015 – August 2016: BBIT coordinator, Dedan Kimathi University of Technology
  • July 2014 – December 2014: A.g Chairperson, Department of Information Technology
  • July 2009 – December 2011: Cordinator, Diploma Information Technology

Other University and National Responsibilities

  • Kenya –AIST Curriculum Development Committee
  • Alternate Member, Research, Intellectual Property rights, Publication Technology Transfer & Management Committee

Social Responsibilities

  • Associate pastor – Local church Assmbly

Publications

  • Kamau, G. M., Mwangi, W., & Cheruiyot, W. (2019). A MODIFIED BIT PLANE COMPLEXITY SEGMENTATION STEGANOGRAPHIC METHOD: INCREASING PAYLOAD IMPERCEPTIBILITY AND ROBUSTNESS.
  • Kamau, G. M., Cheruiyot, W., & Mwangi, W. (2018). Towards A More Secure Web Based Tele Radiology System: A Steganographic Approach.
  • Kamau, G. M., Cheruiyot, W., & Mwangi, W. (2018). Towards A More Secure Least Significant Bit (LSB) Steganographic Method for Information Hiding.
  • Kamau, G. M., Cheruiyot, W., & Mwangi, W. (2017). Improving access to radiology health care services in rural areas of developing nations through a secure web based teleradiology steganographic method.
  • Kamau, G. M. (2015). A Model for Estimating Network Infrastructure Costs: A Case for All-Fibre Networks.
  • Kamau, G. M., & Cheruiyot, W. (2014). Digital Rights Management: Improving Online Digital Images Copy Rights Management through an Enhanced Least Significant Bit Steganographic Algorithm.
  • Kamau, G. M. (2014). An enhanced least significant bit steganographic method for information hiding.
  • Kamau, G. M., Mwangi, W., & Kimani, S. (2013). A general Purpose Image-Based Electors Smart Card Using an Enhanced Least Significant Bit Steganographic Method for Information Hiding: A case study of the Kenyan Electoral Process.

Research Interests

  • Digital Image processing, Telemedicine, Steganography and Watermarking