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Dr. Edwin Okoampa Boadu is a Senior Lecturer and the head of the Biomedical Engineering Technology Department. He has a PhD in Microelectronics and Solid-State Electronics (Material Science) from the University of Electronic Science and Technology, China (UESTC) and also holds an MSc in Telecommunication from the Almeda University USA. He also studied MSc. Pure Mathematics at the University of Newcastle.


Dr. Boadu is a member of the following professional associations:

  • Full Member, IEEE, Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (2011 to Date)
  • Full Member, Ghana Mathematics Society (GMS) since 2008


  • Head of Department (HOD), Biomedical Engineering, KDUA POLY-(2016 to Date)
  • Faculty of Health and Allied Sciences, Koforidua Polytechnic, Acting Dean and Vice Dean ( 2015 to Date)
  • Faculty of Applied Science and Technology (FAST) Koforidua Polytechnic, Vice Dean ( 2009 – 2011)
  • Head of Department (HOD), Applied Mathematics, Koforidua Polytechnic, (2009 – 2011)
  • Academic Board Rep, Finance and General Purpose  (2010 – 2011)
  • Eastern Regional Mathematics Rep, Ghana Mathematics Society (2009 – 2011)


  • Author, Accreditation Process and Review curricular – Telecom Program and Syllabus for B. Tech Telecom – KOFORIDUA POLY. (2010)
  • Assessor, 4th Applied Research Conference, July 2011
  • MATLAB, SPSS Facilitator (2011)
  • Member, Admission Brochure Review (2010)
  • Chairing Departmental meetings
  • Invigilation of examination and marking of scripts
  • The orientation of new staff and students to enhance teaching methods 


Dr Boadu’s current research area is on Thermal Management of Copper and Graphite,

The objectives of the research package is to experiment and document on carbon and copper as thermal management material for electronic packaging.

The purpose of this work is to demonstrate an optimized heat exchange design that best utilizes the excellent heat transfer properties of high conductivity Graphite. This would reduce the size and weight of the thermal management system.

Other interest areas are mathematical modelling, the use of software like Matlab and Ansys to model the thermal and structural behaviour of materials.


  1. Microwave/Millimetre Devices for Multilayer 3D-System -on –Packaging (SOP) Technology using Liquid Crystal Polymer (LCP) material (Oral presentation) April 2012, Chengdu China.
  2. Assessing the thermal Management methods in the system –on – packaging (SOP) Systems for electronic Packaging (2013 /09) Session 8: High Conductivity Materials and Heat Transport. Organized by Intel USA.


Carbon Foam Thermal Management materials electronic packaging in systems – on – packaging  (SOP)


  1. Edwin Okoampa Boadu, Yuan Lin 2014. Thermal analysis of laminated (Copper – Graphite) as Heat spreader Material. American Journal of Engineering Research, 3(5): 36 – 47.
  2. Gideon Naah, Edwin Okoampa Boadu, 2013. Clustering effects on Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks Performances. International Journal of computing science and information technology. doi: 10.5121/ijcsit.2014.6105.
  3. Edwin Okoampa Boadu. Assessing the thermal Management methods in the system –on – packaging (SOP) Systems for electronic Packaging. International Microelectronics and Packaging Society Conference, 2013. CONFERENCE – USA
  4. E.O. Boadu, M.T. Elsir, M.A. Hossin, A. Amoah. Microwave/Millimetre Devices for Multilayer 3D-System -on –Packaging (SOP) Technology using Liquid Crystal Polymer (LCP) material. IEEE, 2012. CONFERENCE – CHENGDU – CHINA
  5. Aboagye Isaac Adjaye, Okoampa Boadu Edwin, 2014. M-QAM Based Single-Carrier Baseband Communication System. Journal of Electronics and Communication Engineering. 9(5): 31 – 35.
  6. Edwin Okoampa Boadu, Gabrel Kofi Armah, 2014. Role-based access control based in hospital management. International Refereed Journal of Engineering and Science, 3(9): 53 – 67.


Dr. Anderson Mon is a Lecturer at the Department of Biomedical Engineering. He has a PhD in Biomedical Engineering/Medical Physics from Sheffield University, UK in 2005. Before his return to Ghana in 2013, Prof. Mon worked for the University of Newcastle, UK and the University of California, USA in several capacities.

Dr. Mon has over thirty peer-reviewed journal publications and over twenty conference papers/abstracts. His research interests areas include, clinical or pre-clinical human studies with structural MRI, MR spectroscopy, blood perfusion, diffusion tensor imaging, prediction of brain tissue growth in the developing brain or in adults during recovery from a chronic insult, prediction of brain tissue degeneration in dementia, studies of trajectory of white matter myelination in children and prediction of child growth (height, weight and body mass index).

His other interest areas include biomedical systems design and instrumentation, rehabilitation engineering, equipment management, MRI pulse sequence design and development, MRI image reconstruction, MRI geometric distortion correction and MRI signal processing.


Mrs Mary Boampomaa Wilson is a Lecturer at the Biomedical Engineering Technology, and the acting Industrial Liaison Officer of the Faculty of Health and Allied Sciences. Mrs Wilson holds an MSc in Pharmaceutical Analysis and quality Control and a BSc in Biochemistry from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana, West Africa. Prior to joining this department in 2015, Mrs Wilson was a full-time lecturer at the All Nations University College. She has been teaching since 2012 and her research interests focus on Medicinal plant and toxicology, stability study on artesunate based combination for malaria treatment.   


Mr. Kenneth Opare-Asare is a Lecturer at the Department of Biomedical Engineering Technology. He holds an MPhil in Medical Physics. He is a Biomedical Engineer by profession. Mr. Opare-Asare has worked as a Principal Technologist/ Biomedical Engineer at the Centre for Plant Medicine Research in Mampong-Akuapim for over seventeen (17) years. His research interest focuses on medical imaging.


Mr. Garba Issah is a part-time Laboratory Technician at the Department of Biomedical Engineering. He holds MTech in Electrical /Electronic Engineering and Bachelor of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering from Cape Coast University and All Nations University respectively.

Mr Issah has worked for more than seventeen (17) years at the Centre for Plant Medicine Research in Mampong-Akuapim as Chief Technologist/ Engineer. His research interest focuses on biomedical instrumentation.