I hold a PhD in Applied Mathematics from Central China Normal University, China, 2020. I obtained my MPhil. in Applied Mathematics from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi in 2013. I hold a Diploma in Education from University of Education, Kumasi Campus (now AAMUSTED). Also, in 2010 I obtained my first degree in BSc. Mathematics from the University of Cape Coast.
Research Interests: My research interest includes (but not limited to) Mathematical modelling, Differential Equations, Mathematical Biology and Dynamical systems.
My research uses mathematical models in life sciences specifically in the study of how to prevent and control diseases.
Professional Affiliations/ Memberships
- University Teachers Association Ghana (UTAG)
- Mechanics, Vector Algebra
- Complex Variable
- Ordinary Differential Equations
- Algebra 1&2, Geometry 1&2
- Calculus 1&2
- Probability and Statistics
- Linear Algebra
- Introductory Analysis
- Numerical Analysis
Research Interests and Supervision
I research into the transmission of communicable diseases using mathematical models.
Possible thesis topics:
- Developing mathematical models of vector-borne or directly transmitted diseases.
- Mathematical models to manage vector-borne disease using optimal control theory
- Other relevant topics of interest in mathematical Biology.
- Appiagyei Ebenezer, Mojeeb Al-Rahman El-Nor Osman, and Isaac Kwasi Adu (2020). Tuberculosis Model with Exogenous Reinfection and Treatment. Asian Research Journal of Mathematics: 50-65.
- Luo, Jing, Shaocheng Qu, Zhili Xiong, Ebenezer Appiagyei, and Liang Zhao (2019). Observer-Based Finite-Time Modified Projective Synchronization of Multiple Uncertain Chaotic Systems and Applications to Secure Communication Using DNA Encoding. IEEE, Access 7, 65527-65543.
- Mojeeb, A. L., Appiagyei Ebenezer, Nada Abdelsamad Hassan, and Cuihong Yang. (2019) Sensitivity Analysis of Mathematical Model for Malaria Transmission with Saturated Incidence Rate. Journal of Scientific Research and Reports: 1-10.
- Mojeeb, A. L., Appiagyei Ebenezer and Isaac Kwasi Adu. “A SEIR-SEI Malaria Transmission with Optimal Control (2018). Journal of Advances in Mathematics and Computer Science, 1-17
- Osman Mojeeb Al-Rahman EL-Nor, Appiagyei Ebenezer, and Isaac Kwasi Adu (2019). Simple MSEIR Model for Measles Transmission. Asian Research Journal of Mathematics, 1-11.