Mr. Kimbugwe Nasser

Mr. Kimbugwe Nasser

Assistant Lecturer

Brief Bio

Kimbugwe Nasser is a PhD student of computer science and Information Technology at Xiangtan University, Hunan Province, China. He holds MS.(Data Communication and Software Engineering) from Makerere University, Kampala-Uganda . In his Master’s thesis titled “A scalable Architecture for Visualization of Real-Time Streams: A Rest-ful Approach” he suggested an approach to apply REST to visualization of events. His Master’s dissertation was supervised by professor Benjamin Kanagwa(  He also holds B.Sc (Computer Science) from Makerere University, graduating with a first class and the third best student in terms of cumulative grade point average (CGPA-4.73/5.0) during the 56th University graduation. He is currently working at Makerere University in the Department of Networks and Software Engineering, College of Computing and Information Sciences (CoCIS).


  1. Muwonge Sajjabbi Bernard, Tingrui Pei, and Kimbugwe Nasser, “QoS Strategies for Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks in the Context of IoT at the MAC Layer, Application Layer, and Cross-Layer Algorithms,” J. Comput. Networks Commun., vol. 2019, p. 9651915, 2019, doi: 10.1155/2019/9651915.
  2. Cheng, Z. Zhang, M. N. Kyebambe, and N. Kimbugwe, “Predicting the outcome of NBA playoffs based on the maximum entropy principle,” Entropy, vol. 18, no. 12, 2016. Doi:
  1. Benjamin Kanagwa, Nasser Kimbugwe (2014): Towards Restful Visualization of complex event streams and patterns: 14th International Conference on e-learning, e-business, enterprise Information systems, e-governance – EEE’14 (Pages 172-177)


  1. Kimbugwe (2014) “A scalable Architecture for Visualisation of Real-Time Streams: A Rest-ful Approach. Masters dissertation, Makerere University
  2. Kimbugwe et al (2007). “Internet monitoring and control application”. 3rd Year Bachelor project report, Makerere University, Uganda :