TU Research Policy | C4ITRI | TUDRID | Centre for Enterprise, Innovation & Emerging Skills
Centre for Information Technology, Research and Innovation
C4ITRI is specially constituted to provide the missing link between Education and National Development with respect to the application of Information Technology to Human Capital development, particularly Good Governance.
The Research activities of this Centre shall focus among other things on addressing the issues of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the African Agenda 2063 and Vision 20:2020 of the Federal Government of Nigeria.
To be a globally renowned Centre for IT Research, Innovation and Development in e-Business and e-Government with regards national, continental and global developmental agendas.
To support governments and the business communities with innovative IT solutions to the socio-economic, political and technological development of the Developing Nations
4. Aim and Objectives
Aim: To be a global IT solution hub for the developing nations
1. To serve as the think-tank and IT solution-hub for solving Global (SDGs), Continental (AA 2063) and National (Vision 20:2020) Agendas of Nations.
2. To provide life-applicable and developmental solutions to the myriad of problems: economic, political, social, cultural and others facing the developing nations.
3. To provide life-applicable and developmental solutions to the myriad of problems: economic, political, social, cultural and others facing the developing nations.
4. To train and equip both the public and private sector operators the required skills to thrive in a knowledge-based economy.
5. To organize and participate in networking activities (workshops and conferences) among other things that are geared towards the sustainable development of the African Nation.
5. Activities of the Centre
1. The Centre will focus on research activities in:
i. Information Technology development, adoption and deployment.
ii. Electronic, Digital and Open Government Development strategies
iii. Electronic and Mobile Business Development strategies
iv. Electronic Community Policing strategies.
v. Electronic Electoral Processes (eRegistration, eIdentity, eVoting, etc.)
vi. IT Advocacy and adoption in Business, Education and Government
Human capital development strategies
vii. Rural community transformation strategies
viii. Cyber-preneurship development strategies.
The Centre shall disseminate its research findings through:
i. Annual Conference
ii. Annual Journal Publications
6. Membership1. Internal
i. Prof. C. K. Ayo (Director)
ii. Mr. P. A. Omosebi
i. Prof. V. Mbarika, Southern University, A&M, USA
ii. Dr. A. Ojo, National University of Ireland, Galwa
iii. Dr. Panagiotis Hahamis, University of Westminster, London
iv. Prof. Charles Boateng, University of Ghana, Ghana
v. Prof. S. Chiemeke, Uniben, Nigeria
vi. Prof. J. O. Okesola, Tech-U, Ibadan
vii. Prof. A. Adebiyi, Covenant University, Ota
viii. Dr. A. Oni, Covenant University, Ota
ix. Prof. S. N. John, NDA, Kaduna
x. Prof. J. O. Daramola, CPUT, SA
xi. Prof. D. Okunbor, FSY, NC, USA