Name: Dr. Moses Mwangi Thiga

Designation: Lecturer

Department: Computer Science and Information Technology

School: Science, Engineering and Technology


Postal Address: P.O. BOX Private Bag Kabarak, 20157

2014 PhD Information Systems Kabarak University
2013 MSc Information Systems Management Liverpool University
2010 MSc Statistics Egerton University
2005 BSc Computer Science Egerton University
DATE: Designation, Organization.
2015 May to Date Lecturer,  Kabarak University
2010 June – 2015 April ICT Manager,  Kabarak University
2009 December – 2010 May Systems Developer, Cooperative Bank of Kenya
June 2009 – November 2009 Senior Web Applications Developer, Dotsavvy Ltd
March 2007 – May 2009 Web Applications Developer, Nasiha Business Systems
Year Name of project

Early detection of preeclampsia using ambulatory blood

pressure monitoring using wearable devices and Long Short

Term Memory Networks (LSTM-NN) on the edge.


Harnessing Geospatial Methodologies in Neglected Tropical

Disease Control in Central Rift Valley, Kenya

2019 Kabarak University Timetabling System
2017 – 2019 Kabarak University Electronic Voting System

1. Moses Mwangi Thiga. &Charles Ochieng’ Oguk,  (2019). Electronic Voting system for efficient Students’ Elections in Kabarak University, Kenya. IJRDO – Journal of Social Science and Humanities Research (ISSN: 2456-2971), 4(4), 30-47. Retrieved from

2. Joseph Mbugua, Moses Thiga, Joseph Siror (2019) A Comparative Analysis of Standard and Ensemble Classifiers on Intrusion Detection System. International Journal of Computer Applications Technology and Research. Volume 8–Issue 04, 107-115, 2019, ISSN:-2319–8656Pages 107 – 115. DOI: https://10.7753/IJCATR0804.1005 

3. Faith Mueni Musyoka,Moses Mwangi Thiga, Geoffrey Muchiri Muketha “A 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitoring system for preeclampsia management in antenatal care”. Informatics in Medicine-Unlocked, Elsevier. Volume 16 2019. 

4. Musyoka Faith M.,Moses Mwangi Thiga, Geoffrey Muchiri Muketha “An Assessment of Suitable and Affordable Smart armband for preeclampsia Management in Antenatal Care”. International Journal of  Information Technology, Volume 3(6) 2019.

5. Thiga, Moses M.; Siror, Joseph; Githeko, Jason; and Njagi, Kageni (2015) “A Use Intention Model for Location-Based Mobile Advertising,” The African Journal of Information Systems: Vol. 8: Iss. 1, Article 2. Available at:

6. Mwangi, R., Ngure, P., Thiga, M., & Ngure, j. (2014) Factors Influencing the Utilization of Voluntary Counseling and Testing Services among University Students in Kenya. Global Journal of Health Science. 6(4). doi:https:/ 10.5539/gjhs.v6n4p84 

7. Mutiga, M.W., Ndogo, S. N., & Thiga, M.M. (2014). How Apps Impact Farming Communities. ICT Update, Issue 77, pp 18 – 19.

8. Thiga, M. M., Siror, J. K., & Githeko, J. (2013). An SMS and USSD Model for Location-based Mobile Advertising. International Journal of Computer Science & Engineering Technology, 4(7), 14.

9. Thiga, M. M (2013). Addressing public service vehicle security Challenges using an SMS and USSD identity confirmation system. International Journal of Computer Engineering and Applications 3(3) 229.

10. Why Invest In ICT’s in Agriculture? Potential for Investment in ICT’s for Agriculture.(2018) Moses M Thiga, Simon N. Ndungu & Mary W. Mutiga. The Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) ISBN: 978-92-9081-640-9.


1. Kabarak University Electronic Voting System

2. Inter Institution Lecturer Workload Monitoring System

Health informatics with a  focus on the use of Artificial Intelligence for health