Biography (About Me)

I am a student centered lecturer in statistics, once a member of The Biometric Society during my

Master of Science studies at the University of Nairobi and currently pioneering member of

The Kenya National Statistical Society.

I have supervised 10 Ph.D. students all at Moi University namely:-

Kosgei, M. K. (2012). Construction of modified third order rotatable designs through balanced incomplete block designs with Prof. Koske, J. K.

Rambaei, S. J. K. (2014). Optimal designs for second order rotatability with Prof. Koske, J. K.

Too, R. K. (2014). Modeling universal optimality of experimental designs under neighbourhoodliness with Prof. Koske, J. K.

Otieno, O. G. (2016). Optimal control strategies for minimizing malaria transmission in Kenya with Prof. Koske, J. K.

Okango, A. A. (2016). Modeling the germination of Melia volkensii using A-, D-, T- optimal four factor second order rotatable central composite designs with Prof. Koske, J. K.

Cheruiyot, W. K. (2017). Optimal designs for third degree Kronecker model mixture experiments with applications in blending of chemicals for control of mites in strawberries with Prof. Koske, J. K.

Wambua, A. M. (2018). Application of multi-response surface methodology in maize yield and microbial count optimization under multiple constraints with Prof. Koske, J. K.

Otieno Emily Akinyi (2018). Construction of optimal second order rotatable designs through simplex lattice and factorial designs with application in petroleum biodegradation with Prof. Koske, J. K.

Koech, J. K. (2018). Optimization of yield and size of potato (Solanum Tuberrosum L.) tuber using a second order rotatable design with Prof. Koske, J. K.

Tum, I. K. (2018). Optimal and efficient production of rose coco beans through the twenty four points second order rotatable design with Prof. Koske, J. K.

;and supervised 15 M.Sc. students namely:-

Kosgei, M. K. (2002). Optimality criteria for specific second order rotatable designs in three dimensions with Prof. Koske, J. K.

Mile, J. K. (2002). Some aspects of numerical ranges of bounded linear operators with Prof. Rao, G. K.

Simiyu, A. N. (2002). Closed extensions of unbounded linear operators in a Hilbert space with Prof. Rao, G. K.

Mutai, K. K. (2011). Optimal design and analysis of mixture experiments and balanced incomplete block designs with Prof. Koske, J. K.

Latifa, S. O. (2012). GARCH modeling in monthly foreign exchange and shares prices for specific currencies and companies in Kenya with Prof. Kinyanjui, J. K.

Tum, I. K. (2012). Construction of twenty points specific optimum second order rotatable designs in three dimensions with Prof. Koske, J. K.

Cherutich, M. R. (2012). Optimal designs for second degree Kronecker model mixture experiments with Prof. Koske, J. K. and Prof. Kinyanjui, J. K.

Mutai, C. K. (2012). Some new third order rotatable designs through balanced incomplete block designs with Prof. Koske, J. K.

Kipkemoi, E. C. (2012). Some new partially balanced incomplete block designs with three associate classes with Prof. Koske, J. K.

Kiplagat, M. J. (2014). Second order rotatable designs through balanced incomplete block designs with Prof. Koske, J. K.

Kipkoech, A. C. (2015). Analysis of alphabetic efficiency and optimality of specific second order rotatable designs with Dr. Kosgei, M. K.

Kiplagat, N. K. (2016). I- and G- optimality criteria for the specific second order rotatable designs in three dimensions with Dr. Rambaei, S. J. K.

Nyakundi, C. O. (2016). Sequential third order rotatable designs in three, four and five dimensions with Dr. Kerich. G. K.

Kiplagat, F. K. (2017). Relative efficiency for the specific second order rotatable designs in three dimensions with Dr. Rambaei, S. J. K.

Magangi, J. O. (2018). Construction of second order rotatable designs with a reduced number of design points with Dr. Kosgei, M. K.

; taught statistics and mathematics at:- Kenya Polytechnic from October 1, 1984 to March 17, 1987.

;and worked as a biometrician with:-Scientific Research Division in the Ministry of Agriculture now KALRO and formerly

KARI from July 28, 1978 to September 30, 1984 doing consultancy work in design, analysis and interpretation of field experiments for research scientists.