Dr. Namayanja Proscovia


Dr. Namayanja is an applied mathematician, a teacher and researcher at Kabale University. She has supervised several undergraduate and graduate students and published several articles in peer reviewed journals. Research interests include dynamics on networks on which several articles have been written, chaotic dynamics, Partial differential Equations, and would like to get involved in dynamics of networks.


  • Ph.D. (Applied Mathematics)-2013 Kwazulu-Natal
  • Master of Science (Applied Mathematics)-Kwazulu-Natal-2010
  • PGD. Mathematical Sciences – AIMS South Africa-2008
  • Bachelor of Science education-MAK-2008.

Research Interests

  • Semigroups of positive operators
  • Flows on networks(metric graphs)
  • Graph theory
  • PDEs.



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  • Fred Kanakulya (current)
  • Vincent Rugumambaju (current)
  • Roger Mayala, masters student (co-supervised with Dr. Winter, 2016- Dec 2017) graduated in 2018.
  • Nkonzenhle Khumalo, Honours project, 2018 (graduated in April 2019).
  • Undergraduate Projects
  • Augustine Bakashaba (2022): Application of Linear Programming for optimal use of raw materials in a Juice Factory in Kabale District
  • Rosette Nannyombi (2020): Mathematical Modelling of the Transmission of Ebola Virus in a Human Population


  • 2019: A talk on “chaotic dynamics on networks” at BIOMath 2019, Bedlewo, Poland.
  • 2018: A talk on “Chaotic dynamics in a system of transport equations on a network” at AIMS, Rwanda at a conference on Evolutionary Processes on Networks.
  • 2015: Attended the workshop on semigroups of linear operators with application to flows in networks at Wuppertal Universiteit, Germany.
  • 2013: A talk on “Flows on Reducible Networks” at the Conference on Semigroups of Linear Operators in Bedlewo, Poland.
  • 2013: A talk on “Transport on Reducible Networks with Sinks” at the South African Mathematical Congress (held at UKZN, Pietermaritzburg).
  • 2013: Attended the CIMPA school on Evolutionary Equations held at AIMS, Miuzenberg, Cape Town, South Africa.
  • 2012: ESF research conference on Partial Differential Equations in the Natural Sciences: Classical and Modern Perspectives (Universiteit Autonoma, Barcelona).
  • 2012: A talk on “Matrices and Poincare’s discrete inequality” at the Workshop “Semigroups with Applications” at the University of Tubingen, Germany.
  • 2011: A short talk on “Flow in networks” at the joint congress of the South African and American Mathematical Societies, Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
  • 2010: A talk at the South African Mathematical Congress, Pretoria.
  • 2010: A short talk on “Asymptotic behavior of Population Models” at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

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